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Plate 13

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Survey of London: Volumes 43 and 44, Poplar, Blackwall and Isle of Dogs. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1994.

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Plate 13

a. The East India Company's Almshouse, Poplar High Street, view from south-west in 1798.

Figure 13a:

The East India Company's Almshouse, Poplar High Street.

The East India Company's Almshouse, Poplar High Street, view from south-west in 1798.

Front range (right) erected 1627-8, Edward Carter, surveyor (pp. 107-9). Demolished

b. The Church of St. Matthias (Poplar Chapel), view from the north-east in 1755.

Figure 13c:

The Church of St Matthias (Poplar Chapel).

The Church of St. Matthias (Poplar Chapel), view from the north-east in 1755.

Erected 1652–4 (pp. 98–104)

c. Broadway Chapel, Westminster, view from south-west in 1817.

Figure 13c:

Broadway Chapel, Westminster.

Broadway Chapel, Westminster, view from south-west in 1817.

Erected 1635–8 (p. 99). Demolished