Fire of London
|Caption||The Great Fire of London.Top: "The Royal Exchange itself, the glory of the Merchants, is now invaded with much violence," wrote the pamphleteer Thomas Vincent. Bottom: By late afternoon St Paul's Cathedral was surrounded by fire, but was as yet untouched. Original artwork for illustrations on p27 of L&L issue no. 244 (17 September 1966).|
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|Keywords||fire Great Fire of London London St Paul's Cathedral Royal Exchange Thomas Vincent|
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