The Tower of St. Magnus
Mortimer Menpes, R. I.
Source: The Thames, 212.
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"The present London Bridge has been recently widened. At one end of it rises the white tower of St. Magnus, a Danish saint, and behind it is the pointing finger of the Monument, while down the river are the market of Billingsgate, the quay of the Custom House, and beyond, rising tall and ghostly, close to the Tower itself, the Tower Bridge, the latest addition to the list." (212).
Text and formatting by George P. Landow.
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