A plan of London ; A plan of the city of London, after the great fire in the year of our Lord 1666
Printed map. Sheet is numbered, "Second plate". Upper map "described by I. Evelyn Esq. F.R.S." On upper map, "Containing twenty five churches only, reserved on their old foundations, with all the principal streets almost in the same part they formerly were, and spaces for all the rest of the houses, lanes, and alleys of note, according to the dimensions following. Though by reason of the narrowness of this plan the measures are not exact." Includes index. Full title of lower map, "A plan of the city of London, after the great fire in the year of our Lord 1666, according to the design and proposal of Sr. Christopher Wren Kt. for rebuilding it. Shewing the situation of the great streets, St. Paul's Cathedral, the Exchange, Guild-hall, the Custom-house, and other publick offices...." According to the catalogue from the firm, Historic Urban Plan (Ithaca, N.Y.), the map plates "are the plans of Christopher Wren and John Evelyn for the rebuilding of London after the great fire of 1666. Engraved in 1748 for the London Antiquarian Society...." (viewed May 2017, http://historicurbanplans.com/catalog-list-only/london-1666). McMaster has another version of the lower map; see RMC_107693. Acquired as part of the Hodsoll Collection.