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Find your way around Mid-Georgian London 1746

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by Rocque, John
John Roque's 9 year survey, culminating in the publication of this map in 1746, was the first map of London to be based on an original survey since that of William Morgan in 1682. The map was published as a gigantic 26" to the mile wall map in 24 sheets with an index. An index of over 5,500 streets and locations is included, with a commentary by Ralph Hyde - former Keeper of Prints and Maps at the Guildha...
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Find your way around London c.1830

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by Greenwood, Christopher
Christopher Greenwood carried out the final stages of the large scale survey for this map in 1824-6. Original surveys of London were very rare. Most London maps were derived directly or indirectly from other people's surveys. In the previous eighty years there had been only two: John Roque's of 1746, and Richard Horwood's of 1792-99. Original scale: 8" to 1 mile.
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Find Your Way Around London in 1799

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by Horwood, Richard
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Find your way around Mid-Victorian London 1862 - Edward Stanford's Library Map

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by Stanford, Edward
Find your way round Mid-Victorian London, Edward Stanford’s Library Map of London and its Suburbs 1862, for the first time with an index of over 18,000 street and other names and Ralph Hyde commentary.
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