London, Pub. for the New Shakspere society, by N. Trübner & co., 1877-81.
Book — 4 v. illus., plates (part fold., 1 col.) fold. maps (incl. front.) plans. 25 cm.
pt. I. The second book, with extracts from the autograph ms. of Harrison's Chronologie, and from foreign writers on England: also with Norden's map of London, 1593, and notes on it by Henry B. Wheatley.--pt. II. The third book, with a view of the north of Cheapside in
1638 A.D., extracts from Stow, Howes, Busino, and De La Serre on London, 1598-1638; plans of Cambridge, and Canterbury,
1588 A.D.; and a map of Shakspere's routes to London; also with plans of Paris Garden, 1627, and the Bankside, Southwark, and an account of these places and the Globe and other theathres there, by W. Rendle ...--pt. III. The supplement,
1: Four chapters of Harrison's first book, and extracts from Churchyard, 1593, 1594, and John Norden, 1608; with a chromo-photo-lithograf of the only genuine earliest full view of 'Old London bridge' as Shakspere saw it: a large view of 'The beauty of London', and Edw. VI's procession from the tower to Westminster in 1547; views of West Chepe in 1585, and the preaching at Paul's Cross in 1620; and an appendix by W. Niven, esq., on 'English houses in Shakspere's time', with