Bankside. Southwark in 1648, with a view of Holland's Leaguer, one of the Ancient Stews or Licenced Brothels there, suppressed during the reign of King Henry the Eighth.
London, Published by Mess.rs Boydell & Co. Cheapside Sep.t 2, 1812.
Engraving. Platemark: 225 x 280mm (8¾ x 11"). With large margins.
A bird's eye view over Bankside, with an enlarged view of Holland's Leaguer on a scroll at the top centre. To left is a small view of the Bull and Bear baiting theatres, and to the right a view over the Globe, Rose and Bear-Baiting theatres. A small plan of the area below image depicts London before the great fire.
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