Author: N/A First Published: 1809 - 1813 ISBN: 0 903541 02 5 Map covers the area 28 deg N to 52 deg N and from 52 deg W to 107 deg W, with an inset map of Hudsons Bay. The assembled map will cover 76 inches wide by 54 inches high. This map forms part of the more information... Author: John Rocque First Published: 1746 ISBN: 0 903541 47 5A collection of the most important maps published during the period. In 27 sheets plus a cover sheet and an Introduction by William Ravenhill of Exeter University. more information...By 1776, a comprehensive series of maps had been published which covered both the continent as a whole and individual states or groups of states. By 1776, a comprehensive series of maps had been published which covered both the continent as a whole and individual states or groups of states. Author: N/A First Published: N/A ISBN: N/A John Rocque Author: Henry Popple First Published: 1733 ISBN: 0 903541 11 4 London Maps Reproduction of maps of the counties have been published as part of an expanding series. Old Series Ordnance Survey Maps of England and Wales - Volume 4 Author: William Faden First Published: 1801 ISBN: 0 903541 42 4A to Z - The series of five A to Z editions for London and the edition for Georgian Dublin provide the collector the ability to own facsimiles of the rare and less rare maps of great importance in the history of both cities, in a format that is easily storable. Author: N/A First Published: 1822 - 1835 ISBN: 0 903541 04 1 The Yorkshire Rose Author: William Morgan First Published: 1682 ISBN: 0 903541 29 7 This is the final volume in the series of eight and covers Northern England (from a line just South of Burnley, Leeds and Selby to the Scottish border) and the Isle of Man. The illustrated introducto more information...

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Title: A to Z of Georgian London
Author: John Rocque
First Published: 1746
ISBN: 0 903541 34 3
Description: In 1738, John Rocque, an obscure French surveyor of English aristocrat's gardens, was selected to undertake a fresh survey of the British metropolis, the first for 56 years. Nine years later he completed it. Rocque's map, magnificently drawn by the King's engraver of Seals, measured approximately six and a half feet by thirteen feet. A contemporary catalogue recommended attaching it to the cornice of the wainscot or converting it into a screen. Inevitably, the map became the standard map of the period. Today, it is rare and expensive. Facsimiles of it published by the London Topographical Society and by Harry Margary for some while have been out of print. Now, in this present volume, Rocque's map is made available once again and in a format that convenient for the modern user. For the first time the 24 map sheets have been supplemented by the 1747 Place Name Index (with explanation) rearranged into one alphabetical sequence over 38 pages. Also included are Introductory Notes by Ralph Hyde and a key map.
Published in association with Guildhall Library, London.
Pages: 98 pages
Size: A4
Scale: 15 inches to 1 mile
Status: In print

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