The Great Chronicle of the City of London
Keywords:Rutgers, Bibliography, Books, History, Printing
AbstractThis article describes of publication "The Great Chronicle of London" (1189-1512) which was published for the first time in 1938. It is surprising that so important and interesting a document as 'The Great Chronicle of London' has existed till the present in a single manuscript copy which only passed into public ownership with its recent presentation by the Viscount Wakefield of Hythe to the Guildhall Library of London, where it is now Guildhall Library MS. 3313. A copy of the Chronicle was given to the Rutgers Library.
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