A Survey of London. Reprinted From the Text of 1603. Originally published by Clarendon, Oxford, 1908.

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Stow, John. "Corrigenda", A Survey of London. Reprinted From the Text of 1603, (Oxford, 1908). xciv. British History Online. Web. 13 June 2024,


i. 43, l. 6, read: Westminster

i. 104, 1. 20, read flight

i. 108, l. 9. The date should be 1391 as in the edition of 1603. Compare ii. 169.

i. 133, margin, read: Sporiar lane, or Water lane. Bakers hall. Hart lane for Harpe lane.

i. 141, l. 18, for Cheuie read Chenie

i. 163–4. The punctuation of the first sentence in the account of Bishopsgate Ward is confusing. Read: The next is Bishopsgate warde, whereof a parte is without the gate and of the suburbes, from the barres by S. Mary Spittle to Bishopsgate: and a part of Hounds ditch, almost halfe thereof, also without the wall, is of the same Warde.

i. 179, l. 7, for Manny read Manny (italic)

i. 235, ll. 14 and 20. It should have been noted that the text of 1603 gives the dates as 1447 and 1451. See Note on ii. 321 below.

i. 245, l. 3 from foot, read a great builder thereof.

i. 249, l. 1, read Hamsteed. William Stoksbie and Gilbert March had Chantries

i. 291, l. 7, read Then lower.

i. 296, ll. 18, 19, read Raph, Thomas, Raph, and Richard. See note onii. 338below.

i. 317, l. 21, read studies

i. 318, l. 4. The date 1429 is a misprint (in the text of 1603) for 1421. Comparei. 109.

i. 319, l. 7 from foot, read Powles, the children

i. 320, footnote, read1 Coucy]

i. 337, footnote2, delete2Linacre]

i. 341, ll. 8–12. Stow's text is confused, and should be corrected by omitling and Dame Elizabeth his wife, daughter to the Duke of Lancaster. Elizabeth of Lancaster married (I) John Holland, Earl of Huntingdon and Duke of Exeter; (2) Sir John Cornwall. See ii. 350 below. She died in 1426, and is buried at Burford in Shropshire (Wylie, Henry IV. i. 105).

ii. 57, marg. n. 3, read Roses,

ii. 67, margin. Iohn Bauow is probably a misprint for John Bever: see Flores Historiarum, ii. 45, and Luards Preface, vol. i, pp. xl and xlii.

ii. 76, ll. 30, 31. Punctuate 'Deepe ditch by Bethelem, into'

ii. 87, footnote, read 1 Curars

ii. 115, marg. n. 3, l. 4, read presented

ii. 149, marg. n. 1, l. 12, read Domesmen or Judges

ii. 416, col. 1, under State, delete the Pope was a 'state'... not a 'Pope.'