William Faden's “A Topographical Map of the COUNTY OF NORFOLK Surveyed and Measured in the Years 1790, 91, 92, 93 and 94 by THOS. DONALD, THOS. MILNE and ASSISTANTS Planned from a Scale of one Inch to a Statute Mile THE WHOLE EXECUTED and Published at the expense of the PROPRIETOR William Faden Geographer to HIS MAJESTY and to HRH the PRINCE of Wales London August 12th 1797”.
William Faden's 1788 map of the Country Twenty-Five Miles Round London in an innovative reproduction from Andrew Macnair with added colouring to stress the extensive commons, downs and heaths which were soon to disappear with the Parliamentary Enclosure Acts, as well as the estates of the landed gentry.
Andrew Macnair’s reproduction of “The County of Suffolk Surveyed By Joseph Hodskinson of Arundel Street, Strand, London, Engraved and Publifhed by William Faden, Geographer to the King (Succefsor to Mr. Jefferys), Charing Crofs, August 14th 1783” map, dedicated “To his Grace Augustus Henry Fitzroy, Duke of Grafton, Earl of Euston, Hereditary Ranger of Whittlebury Forest, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum...
A Topographical Map of Hartford-shire from an Actual Survey; In which is Express’d all the Roads, Lanes, Churches, Noblemen and Gentlemen’s Steats, and every Thing remarkable in the County; together with the Division of the Parishes. By Andrew Drury and John Andrews. Published in 1766 on nine sheets at £1 16s 0d, the map was unusual in being drawn at a very detailed scale of 1.95” to the mile.