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Tuis is a most complete and. compact plan of London, and very elegant in its appearance, being surrounded with eighteen well-executed views of public buildilgs. Its size is only twenty-four inches by eighteen, including the marginal embellishments ; and it comprises the environs of Pentonville, Walworth, and Brompton, the Parks and the Docks. The details are clearly made out ; the names of the streets are very legible, and easy of reference ; and the style of the engraving is excellent, and does great credit to the artist, NEELE of the Strand. It is mounted on a roller for the library, or folds into a pocket form.