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August 26, 1668.

"Such a to-do this day! Such bangings and yelling from the town 'ti...

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August 26, 1668.

"Such a to-do this day! Such bangings and yelling from the town 'til Mother was all aflutter. Methinks 'twas a fyre, but none to be seen. Thither went Father to see, and 'twas a construction blewn up! 'Tis good, for the building was in ever great danger of collapse, and now shall be replaced."
Which building, damaged by the Great Fire in 1666, was finally demolished in 1668?

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Old St. Paul's Cathedral, was damaged by fire in 1666 and was finally demolished in 1668.
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