London: Published by the author: [1879?] (Place of printing not identified: Printed by Fortesque, McAlpine and Desmond); 122 pages with full-text search [?]
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|Creator||Lidstone, James Torrington Spencer|
|Title||The new hundredth Londoniad (complete in itself) : giving a full description of those principal establishments in the capital of England which are the most suitable for Canada, &c. : being the continuation of an university great prize poem on the arts : also containing pieces on celebrated personages in the United Kingdom and in Canada, forming altogether episodes in a grand Universal Poem on the Arts / by James Torrington Spencer Lidstone, of Torquay, Devon, late of Toronto and Ottawa, Upper Canada, Canada Finance Delegate to England ...|
|Published||London: Published by the author: [1879?] (Place of printing not identified: Printed by Fortesque, McAlpine and Desmond)|
|Subject||London (England)--Directories Londres (Angleterre)--Répertoires|
|Document source||University of Toronto, Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library|
vi, 128 pages.
Edition for 1879-80-81.
Chiefly in verse. '"Dulcique animos novitate tenebo"--Ovid.'