Johann Baptist Homann’s Map of London from 1730. To the upper left of the plan is a of the Palace of Whitehall – the royal residence in the seventeenth century; to the upper right is a view of the Royal Exchange, which had been rebuilt by Edward Jarman, after the previous one had been destroyed in the Great Fire. Below left is a list of streets, churches and public buildings.
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