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Treats of the OLD CATHEDRAL of St. PAUL's, and the
New ; together with a full Account of the MONUMENT,
L O N D ON:
TOWER OF LONDON,
CURIOSITI E S.
Giving an ACCOUNT 3. Of its Foundation, gradual
tillery; comprehending the Increase, and present State. various Engines of Deftruo. 2. Of its Government, Cuf- tion used in War.
toms, and Privileges. 8. Of the Horse Armory; with 3. Of its Antiquities, Records, curious Anecdoces relating and Curiosities.
to the Kings that fit there 4. Of the Lions, and other wild on Horseback in full Are
Beasts, kept there; their Na- mour, from William ibe Con. ture and Properties.
queror, to his late Majesty. g. Of the Spoils of the Spa- 9. Of the Jewel-Office, and
nijh Armada, with the Hif- the Regalia, used at the tory of the Spanish lovasion
Coronation of our Kings; in 1588.
and the story of Col. Blood's 6. Of the small Armory; in attempting to steal away the
which, at one View, may be Crown
seen Arms for 80,000 Men. 10. Of the Mint, and the Ma. -7. Of the Royal Train of Ar- ner of famping Money.
Written chiefly to direct the Attention of Stranger's to
what is most curious in this Repository, and to enable them afterwards to describe what they have seen.
L O N D ON: Printed for THOMAS CARNAN, in St. Paul's
[Price Six Pence.]
Prices of seeing the CURIOSITIES.
Lions, each Person,
Three-pence. Train of Artillery,
Two-pence. Horse Armory,
Three-pence. Spanish Armory,
Two-pence., Regalia, in Company, each' 'Perfon, One Shilling.
Single, One Shilling and Six-pence.
N. B. But if a îngle Perfon is foewn the Foot
Armery, Train of Artillery, Horse-Armory, and Spanish Armory, he pays for each double the Price above-mentioned
These four sums are all to be paid at the Spanish
Armory, viz. Ten-pence.