The Great Plague in London in 1665
A thorough history illustrated form contemporary prints and maps
First edition, hardback bound in the original brown cloth with gilt titling to spine. 22.5 × 15cm, xii + 374pp, ads.
Illustrated from contemporary prints, plans and drawings, this is a thorough history of the Great Plague of London in the seventeenth century from the first signs, the outbreak and spread from the city to towns and the countryside, and lastly to the decline and final reckoning.
A good copy. The pages are lightly foxed throughout and there is a little fading to the spine but the binding is secure.