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CHRIST-CHURCH, SURRY ...
Christ-Church, Surry. At a meeting of several respectable inhabitants of this parish, held at the Leaping-Bar Tavern, Blackfriars-Road, on Saturday the 16th of April, 1803 ... Mr John Chatfield in the chair. ...
[London]: J. Burslem, stationer and printer, 13, Great Surry-Street, Blackfriars, [1803].
[2] p. ; 33.4 cm. (2°)

Half-sheet, verso blank. Drop-head title. Dated '15th April, 1803' and corrected in ink to '16th'. 'To take into Consideration a Bill now pending in Parliament, for the Purpose of pulling down and rebuilding the Church ...'. Christ Church, Blackfriars, was first consecrated in 1671 and rebuilt between 1738 and 1741. The Bill of 1803 appears to have been withdrawn and it was only through the Acts of 1816 and 1819 that enlargement of the burial ground was achieved.

Binding Loose sheet.

Reference Number 6002


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