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1800

286. Aikin, J. A further reprint of No. 270.

In ENGLAND DELINEATED . . . FOURTH EDITION . . . PRINTED FOR J. JOHNSON . . . BY T. BENSLEY, BOLT COURT, FLEET STREET, 1800. 8vo. 42 maps. The maps are unchanged.

1801

287. Smith, Charles.

In SMITH'S NEW ENGLISH ATLAS. BEING A COMPLETE SET OF COUNTY MAPS, DIVIDED INTO HUNDREDS, ON WHICH ARE DELINEATED ALL THE DIRECT AND CROSS ROADS . . . ACCOMPANIED BY AN INDEX VILLARIS. . LONDON: PRINTED FOR C. SMITH. MAPSELLER, No. 172 (CORNER OF SURREY STREET), STRAND. Atlas fol. 43 Maps on 46 sheets.

Nicely engraved maps, coloured in hundreds, showing towns (with their distances from London), villages, churches and chapels, parks and gentlemen's seats, hundreds (numbered), the Forest, hills, meres, channels, canals, roads (with the miles marked along the important turnpike roads) and rivers. The main roads are carried across the county boundary and their destinations given.

The title, the " Explanation," scale, a star compass indicator and a table of "Reference to the Hundreds."

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine ones with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. Between the border lines, bottom right, "2 Long. West of Greenwich." This therefore seems to be the first map of the county claimed to be based on the meridian of Greenwich. It is, however, just as inaccurate as was Burdett's work based on the London meridian.

It was reprinted in 1804 (when this series of county maps was also collected to form Smith's New English Atlas), 1808, 1818, 1821, 1827, 1834, 1841, 1848 and 1864.

288. Neele.

An ATLAS OF THE ENGLISH COUNTIES.?

Clearly engraved maps, with the east at the top, showing towns (with distances from London), villages, parks, main and secondary roads, canals and rivers, a star compass indicator, the scale.

The border is formed by a thick and a thin line with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude (London meridian). Below the border, centre, the title with the imprint below; right, the engraver's name. It was reprinted in 1810.

289. Cary, John.

A NEW ENGLISH ATLAS.

Beautifully engraved maps, coloured in hundreds. It is prepared in the same style and bears a great resemblance to C. Smith's map of January 1801. There is a remarkable resemblance between the maps of this series and those in Smith's New English Atlas. It shows towns, villages, hundreds, the Forest of Delamere (very prominently), parks, hills, meres, canals, rivers, and main and secondary roads.

Top centre, a star surmounted by a fleur-de-lis as compass indicator, the scale in a hatched lozenge; right, an oval plaque, shaded round the bottom edge, containing the title.

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine ones with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. The meridian for the longitude is not stated, but C. Smith's inaccurate map, issued earlier in the same year, appears to have been copied. Below the bottom border, the imprint. The backs are plain.

It was reprinted by the firm of Cary in 1807, 1809, 1811, 1818, 1823, 1828 and 1833, and by Cruchley and others in 1855, 1869, 1879, 1883, 1885 and probably a number of other dates. 47 Maps.

1802.

290. Cooke, G. A.

COOKE'S MODERN BRITISH TRAVELLER; OR TOURIST'S POCKET DIRECTORY. TOPOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COUNTIES. . . GEORGE ALEXANDER COOKE . . . LONDON: PRINTED FOR C. COOKE, No. 17, PATERNOSTER ROW, BY BRIMMER AND Co. WATER LANE, FLEET STREET, ETC. 12mo. 46 Maps.

Neat little maps, some maps with the west at the top and issued in two states, coloured and uncoloured. They show towns (with their distances from London), hundreds, parks, three canals, rivers and main roads.

The border is formed by two lines with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. The latter is based on Greenwich with the usual inaccuracy of the period. The outside borderlines, in the centre at the top, are slightly raised to accommodate a hatched panel containing the title. Below the border is a note referring to the coloured edition. The backs are plain. A circular compass indicator; a list of the hundreds and the scale. -

Published in 47 parts (25 volumes) between 1802 (?) and 1810 (?) The maps were reprinted about 1810, 1818, 1824 and in 1830.

1803

291. Aikin, J. A further reprint of No. 270.

In ENGLAND DELINEATED . . . FIFTH EDITION . . . 1803. 8vo.

The maps are still unchanged.

292. Butters, R.

In AN ATLAS OF ENGLAND . . . LONDON: PRINTED AND SOLD BY R. BUTTERS, No. 22, FETTER LANE, FLEET STREET. (1803.) 12mo. 40 Maps.

Outline maps with the East at the top, showing towns, parks, rivers, canals and main roads. A peculiarity of the maps of this work is that some were drawn upside down, many with the North at the right or the left and hardly any with the North at the top. The border is formed by two, lines. Below the border, the title. The backs are plain. It was reprinted in 1804.

293. Luffman. J.

In A NEW POCKET ATLAS AND GEOGRAPHY OF ENGLAND AND WALES, ILLUSTRATED WITH FIFTY-FIVE COPPER PLATES. SHEWING ALL THE GREAT POST ROADS WITH THE TOWNS & VILLAGES SITUATED THEREON BY JOHN LUFFMAN, GEOGr LONDON. ENGRAVED, PRINTED & PUBLISHED BY J. LUFFMAN, No. 28, LITTLE BELL ALLEY, COLEMAN STREET, 1803. 12mo. 54 Circular maps.

Small circular maps showing towns and principal roads. They occupy the upper part of a 12mo page, with lines of descriptive letterpress printed below. The circular border is formed by a thick line between two thin ones and a similar inner border with a space of 3/16 in. between the two. In this space, at the top, the title ; at tlie bottom, the scale , Members to Parl/mt." Below the border, the imprint. The page number in this edition is centrally placed about 3/4in. above the border.

It was reprinted in 1803 and 1806.

294. Luffman, J. Another state of No. 293.

In A NEW POCKET ATLAS . . . 1803.

The pagination numeral is now less than 1/16 in. above the outer circle of the border.

1804

295. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 264.

In CARY'S NEW AND CORRECT ENGLISH ATLAS . . . 1793. Lar. 4to.

An atlas with the title-page and maps still dated 1793, but it was printed on paper watermarked with the dates 1801, 1802 and 1804.

296. Smith, C. A reprint of No. 287.

In SMITH'S NEW ENGLISH ATLAS. BEING A COMPLETE SET OF COUNTY MAPS, DIVIDED INTO HUNDREDS, ON WHICH ARE DELINEATED ALL THE DIRECT AND CROSS ROADS . . . ACCOMPANIED BY AN INDEX VILLARIS. . LONDON: PRINTED FOR C. SMITH. MAPSELLER, No. 172 (CORNER OF SURREY STREET), STRAND, 1804. Atlas fol. 42 Maps on 46 sheets.

The maps are unchanged from the issue of 1801.

297. Smith, C. Another reprint of No. 287.

In SMITH'S NEW ENGLISH ATLAS . . . 1804. Atlas fol.

The date on the maps have been altered to 1804 and" Jones & Smith sc." added just below the compass indicator.

298. Butters, R / W, Green. A reprint of No. 292.

In THE PICTURE OF ENGLAND ILLUSTRATED WITH CORRECT COLOUR'D MAPS OF THE SEVERAL COUNTIES . . . BY WILLIAM GREEN, A. B.. . . LONDON: PRINTED FOR I. HATCHARD, BOOKSELLER TO HIS MAJESTY, PICCADILLY. 1804. 8vo. 41 maps.

The maps are the same.

1805

299. Cary, J. A reprint of No. 267.

In NEW BRITISH ATLAS, BEING A COMPLETE SET OF COUNTY MAPS, ON WHICH ARE DELINEATED ALL THE ROADS, CITIES, TOWNS, VILLAGES, RIVERS & CANALS . . . LONDON PRINTED FOR JOHN STOCKDALE, PICCADILLY, 1805. Folio and atlas folio. 43 Maps.

"Published by John Stockdale, Piccadilly, 26th March 1805," has been added immediately below the title. The maps have been revised. Many of the secondary roads of the previous issue have been made more prominent,

300. Cole, G.

THE BEAUTIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES. LONDON : PUBLISHED FOR THE PROPRIETORS BY VERNON AND HOOD. POULTRY. FEBY 1ST 1805. 8vo.59 Maps & 21 Plans. (Town Plan of Shrewsbury often omitted).

It shows towns, villages, hundreds (indicated by numbers), parks, hills, sands, Roman roads and stations, main and secondary roads (with distances from town to town by the turnpikes), rivers and canals.

Star compass indicator, a list of the hundreds, the scale and the "Explanation." The border is formed by a thick line between two thin ones with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. The latter is based on Greenwich, but with the usual inaccuracy of this period. The outer border lines at the top are slightly raised to accommodate a hatched panel with the title. Outside the border at the bottom, left, the names of the engraver and the draughts-man; centre, the imprint; and right, the reference to the Beauties of England and Wales. Between the bottom borderlines is "Drawn and Engraved under the direction of J. Britton. The backs are plain.

It was reprinted in 1810, 1816 (twice), 1818, 1820, 1835, 1841, 1842 and 1858.

301. Luffman, John.

In A NEW POCKET ATLAS . . . 1805?.

1806

302. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 267.

In BRITANNIA:OR, A CHOROGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION . . . OF ENGLAND . . . BY W. CAMDEN. TRANSLATED BY RICHARD GOUGH. THE SECOND EDITION . . . PRINTED FOR J. STOCKDALE, PICCADILLY; BY J. NICHOLS AND SON, RED LION PASSAGE, FLEET STREET, 1806. Fol. 60 Maps.

The maps are the same as in the 1805 issue (No. 299).

303. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 268.

In CARY'S TRAVELLER'S COMPANION . . . 1806. 12mo. 43 Maps.

The maps of this edition are printed from entirely new engraved plates, which, however, closely follow the maps of the previous editions of the atlas. The canals are now lettered. A list of the canals, The mail-coach routes (coloured blue). New turnpike roads appear. The wording on the scale is reduced to "Statute Miles." The imprint, below the bottom border, reads "London Published July 1 1806 by J. Cary Engraver No 181 Strand."

304. Baker, B. A reprint of No. 272.

In LAURIE AND WHITTLE'S NEW AND IMPROVED ENGLISH ATLAS, DIVIDED INTO COUNTIES . . . LONDON: PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY ROBERT LAURIE AND JAMES WHITTLE, No. 53, FLEET STREET. 1807.

Oblong 4to. 47 Maps.

A number of additions have been made to the plates. A star compass indicator appears as a background to the title panel. A turnpike road is shown from Congleton to Buxton. Additional place-names appear. Below the bottom border is "Published, October 13th 1806, by Laurie & Whittle, No 53 Fleet Street London."

304a. Baker, B. A further reprint of No. 272.

In LAURIE AND WHITTLE'S NEW AND IMPROVED ENGLISH ATLAS 1807. Obl. 4to. 48 maps.

New turnpike roads are shown, These additions were made about 1820 but the dates in the imprints of the maps and the atlas remain unchanged at 1806 and 1807 respectively.

305. Luffman, J. A further reprint of No. 293.

In A NEW POCKET ATLAS . . . BY JOHN LUFFMAN . . . LONDON, PRINTED FOR LACKINGTON, ALLEN AND Co., TEMPLE OF THE MUSES, FINSBURY SQUARE, 1806. 12mo.

The maps are similar to that in the second issue of 1803.

1807

306. Cary, J. A reprint, of No. 289.

In CARY'S NEW ENGLISH ATLAS; BEING A COMPLETE SET OF COUNTY MAPS, FROM ACTUAL SURVEYS . . . 1807. Large fol.

Rare edition.

307. Neele.

In MAGNA BRITANNIA BEING A CONCISE TOPOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNT OF THE SEVERAL COUNTIES OF GREAT BRITAIN. BY THE REV. DANIEL LYSONS . . . AND SAMUEL LYSONS . . . LONDON:PRINTED FOR T. CADELL AND W. DAVIES, IN THE STRAND. 1808. 4to. 6 Counties only?.

Finely engraved maps showing towns, villages, parks, hundreds,meres, canals, rivers and main and secondary roads, the title, a cross as compass indicator and the scale below. The border is formed by a thick and thin line with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude (Greenwich meridian). Below the bottom border, centre, the imprint; right, the engraver's name. The backs are plain.

1808

307a. Phillips R / Cooper, H.

An Atlas of the British Islands;........................and other Modern Authorities. Richard Phillips, Bridge Street, Blackfriars. 8vo, 46 maps.

308. Smith, C. A further reprint of No. 287.

In SMITH'S NEW ENGLISH ATLAS . . . 1804. 2nd EDITION, CORRECTED TO 1808. Atlas fol.

Below the imprint, with its date as in the previous issue, is added "2nd Edition Corrected to 1808." The mail-coach roads are shown rather darker coloured than the other turnpike roads.

309. Cooper, H / Benjamin Pitts Capper.

In A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF THE UNITED KINGDOM ACCOMPANIED BY FORTY-SEVEN MAPS, DRAWN PURPOSELY FOR THIS WORK, ON AN ORIGINAL PLAN. BY BENJAMIN PITTS CAPPER, ESQ. LONDON: PRINTED FOR RICHARD PHILLIPS, BRIDGE-STREET, BLACK-FRIARS . . . 1808. J. G. BARNARD, PRINTER, SNOW-HILL. 8vo. 47 Maps.

Clearly engraved maps with the sea hatched in black. It shows towns, principal villages, hundreds (indicated by numbers and, in this edition, often coloured), canals, rivers and main roads, a list of the hundreds followed by :-" Cities, Market Towns, Parishes', Inhabited Houses, Inhabitants, Square Acres, Arable, Pasture, Members to Parliament..." , a cross with a fleur-de-lis, the title with the scale. The backs are plain.

A thick and a thin line form the border. Outside the border, top right, " Plate number." Bottom centre, the imprint; right, the engraver's name.

It was reprinted in 1808, 1813, 1824, 1826 and 1829.

310. Cooper. A reprint of No. 309.

In A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF THE UNITED KINGDOM .

The engraver's name has been removed from the maps, which are otherwise unchanged.

1809

313. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 264.

In CARY'S NEW AND CORRECT ENGLISH ATLAS. . . JULY 1st 1809. Large 4to. 46 maps.

The maps in this edition have been printed from new engraved plates and bear the imprint "London: Published July 1 1809 by J. Cary. Engraver & Map-seller No 181, Strand." This edition may also be identified by the impression of the plate, which extends 1/2 in beyond the border of the map, instead of 1/4 in. in earlier issues. The longitude is still supposedly based on the meridian of London.

The canals are now shown, main roads, and turnpikes, coloured.

314. Aikin, J. A further reprint of No. 270.

In ENGLAND DELINEATED . . . SIXTH EDITION . . . 1809. 8vo,.

315. Cary, J. A reprint of No. 289.

In CARY'S NEW ENGLISH ATLAS; BEING A COMPLETE SET OF COUNTY MAPS, FROM ACTUAL SURVEYS . . . ON WHICH ARE PARTICULARLY DELINEATED THOSE ROADS WHICH WERE MEASURED BY ORDER OF ...THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL, BY JOHN CARY...TO WHICH IS ADDED A COPIOUS INDEX . . . LONDON: PRINTED FOR J.CARY....No 181, NEAR NORFOK STREET, STRAND. 1809. Large fol. 46 Maps

1810

316. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 268.

In CARY'S TRAVELLER'S COMPANION . . . 1810. 12mo. 43 Maps.

Exactly as the edition of 1806 (No. 303), but with the date in the imprint altered to May 1. 1810.

317. Neele. A reprint of No. 288.

In ENCYCLOPEDIA LONDINENSIS . . . By JOHN WILKES ... LONDON: PRINTED FOR THE PROPRIETORS, BY J. ADLARD, DUKE-STREET, WEST SMITHFIELD; SOLD AT THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OFFICE, AVE-MARIA-LANE, ST. PAUL'S ; BY J. WHITE, FLEET-STREET; AND CHAMPANTE AND WHITROW, JEWRY-STREET, ALDGATE. 1810. 4to. 40 Maps.

The maps still bears the date 1801.

318. Cole, G. A reprint of No. 300.

In THE BRITISH ATLAS; COMPRISING A COMPLETE SET OF COUNTY MAPS, OF ENGLAND AND WALES . . . AND PLANS OF CITIES AND PRINCIPAL TOWNS. LONDON: PRINTED FOR VERNOR, HOOD, AND SHARPE; LONGMAN, HURST, REES, AND ORME; J. HARRIS; J. CUTHELL; J.CUNDEE; W. FADEN; J. AND A. ARCH; CROSBY AND CO.; J. RICHARDSON; AND J. M. RICHARDSON. 1810. 4to and large 4to. 58 maps & 21 Plans.

The maps in the 4to edition of the atlas has the hundreds coloured in outline, and in the large paper edition is fully coloured. It is otherwise unchanged.

319. Miller, R.

In MILLER'S. NEW MINIATURE ATLAS, CONTAINING A COMPLETE SET OF COUNTY MAPS, IN WHICH ARE CAREFULLY DELINEATED ALL THE PRINCIPAL DIRECT & CROSS ROADS, CITIES, TOWNS, VILLAGES, PARKS, SEATS, RIVERS & NAVIGABLE CANALS . . . LONDON: PUBLISHED BY R. MILLER, 24, OLD FISH STREET, ST. PAULS. 16mo. 56 Maps.

A tiny but clearly engraved maps showing towns, very few villages, parks, rivers, canals, and main roads.

The scale; the title in a hatched lozenge. The border is formed by a thick line between two fine ones with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude (London meridian). Above the border, the numbers. Below the border, centre, the imprint. The backs are plain.

It was reprinted in 1820, 1825 and 1845.

320. WaIlis, J.

In WALLIS'S NEW POCKET EDITION OF THE ENGLISH COUNTIES OR TRAVELLER'S COMPANION IN WHICH ARE CAREFULLY LAID DOWN ALL THE DIRECT & CROSS ROADS, CITIES, TOWNES, VILLAGES, PARKS, SEATS, AND RIVERS, WITH A GENERAL MAP OF ENGLAND I (sic!) WALES. LONDON PUBLISHED BY J.WALLIS, ENGRAVER, BERWICK ST. SOHO, AND SOLD BY DAVIES & ELDRIDGE EXETER. (1810.) 12mo. 44 Maps.

Small coloured maps with the West at the top, giving special prominence to the mail-coach and other turnpike roads and also showing towns (with distances from London), principal villages, hills, parks, canals (as shown in "Cary's Traveller's Companion" of 1789) and rivers.

A star compass indicator, the scale. The border is formed by a thick and a thin line with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude (Greenwich meridian). The outer lines at the top are carried up about 1/4 in. in order to accommodate the title, which is in a vertically hatched lozenge. At the bottom the same lines are 3/8 in. below the inner border, thus forming a panel for the "Explanation." Below the border, the imprint. The backs are plain.

It was reprinted in 1814 and by Lewis (somewhat altered) in 1819, 1835 and 1836.

1811

321. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 289.

In CARY'S NEW ENGLISH ATLAS . . . BY JOHN CARY . . . No. 181, NEAR NORFOLK STREET, STRAND. 1811. Large fol.

The date in the title oval is altered to 1811 and in the imprint to "Apr. 28. 1811.

1812

322. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 264.

In CARY'S NEW AND CORRECT ENGLISH ATLAS . . . 1812. La. 4to.

The date in the imprint is altered to 1812.

323. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 268.

In CARY'S TRAVELLER'S COMPANION . . . 1812. 12mo.

324. Wallis, J.

In A NEW AND IMPROVED COUNTY ATLAS. WALLIS'S NEW BRITISH ATLAS CONTAINING A COMPLETE SET OF COUNTY MAPS . . . LONDON: PUBLISHED BY J. WALLIS, 1812. Fol.. 42 Maps.

This and the following atlas form a curious combination, being really the same work but with different title-pages and publisher's names. Possibly one was intended to be more elaborate by having the hills shaded on the maps, but they vary quite indiscriminately in different copies of the work. The maps appear to be copied from those of G. Cole in the British Atlas of 1810, but are rather crudely drawn.

It shows towns with distances from London, villages, hundreds (indicated by numbers, and coloured), parks, hills, canals, rivers, mail-coach roads, turnpikes and other roads.

The scale, the list of the hundreds, the "Explanation"; the title in a hatched lozenge crossing a star compass indicator, with the engraver's name just below. The border is formed by a thick line between two thin ones with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude (Greenwich meridian). The backs are plain.

It was reprinted in 1812, 1814 and 1819.

325. Wallis, J. A reprint of No. 324.

In WALLIS'S NEW BRITISH ATLAS . . . PUBLISHED BY S. A. ODDY, 1812. Fol. 40 maps

See preceding entry.

1813

326. Cooper / Benjamin Pitts Capper .. A further reprint of No. 309.

In A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF THE UNITED KINGDOM BY BENJAMIN PITTS CAPPER . . . PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN, PATERNOSTER ROW. 1813. 8vo. 46 Maps.

The maps are unchanged from the second state of 1808 (No. 310).

327. Rowe, Robert.

In THE ENGLISH ATLAS; BEING A NEW AND COMPLETE SET OF COUNTY MAPS . . . By ROBERT ROWE, GEOGRAPHER. LONDON: PRINTED FOR R.ROWE, 19, BEDFORD STREET, BEDFORD ROW, 1816. PRINTED BY JOYCE GOLD, 103, SHOE-LANE, FLEET-STREET. Atlas fol. 46 Maps.

Clearly engraved maps closely following Smith's or Cary's larger maps of 1801, coloured in hundreds, which are numbered, and also showing towns (with their distances from London), villages, churches, parks, turnpike (with each mile numbered and the mail-coach routes coloured buff) and by-roads, hills, meres, rivers and canals.

The title in an oval panel with the imprint in the border, a star compass indicator, the "Reference to the Hundreds, the "Explanation" with the scale below. The border is formed by a thick line between two fine lines with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude (Greenwich meridian). The backs are plain. Very rare.

It was reprinted, by Teesdale in 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833, 1835 and 1842, and by Coffins in 1848, 1852 and doubtless other dates.

1814

328. Cary, J, A further reprint of No. 268.

In CARY'S TRAVELLER'S COMPANION . . . 1814. 12mo.

The date in the imprint is now May 1, 1814.

329. Wallis, K. A reprint of No. 320.

In WALLIS'S NEW POCKET EDITION OF THE ENGLISH COUNTIES OR TRAVELLER'S COMPANION . . . LONDON . . . J. WALLIS . . . DAVIES & ELDRIDGE, EXETER. (1814.) 12mo. 44 maps.

The maps now show considerable wear of the engraved plate and are now numbered at the top on the right.

330. Wallis, J. A further reprint of No. 324.

Above the top border "Second Edition with Considerable Improvements & Additions, by G. Hebert, Geographer" has been added, and the imprint below the maps now reads, "London, Published by J. Walls 1814."

1816

331. Cooke, G. A. A reprint of No. 290.

In TOPOGRAPHY OF GREAT BRITAIN, OR, BRITISH TRAVELLER'S POCKET DIRECTORY . . . By G. A. COOKE, ESQ. CONTAINING……LONDON: PRINTED, BY ASSIGNMENT FROM THE EXECUTORS OF THE LATE C. COOKE, FOR SHERWOOD, NEELY AND JONES, PATERNOSTER-ROW . . . 12mo. 46 Maps.

Second title :—TOPOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COUNTY OF . . . GEORGE ALEXANDER COOKE.

The maps are unchanged. The work is undated, but the title-page is occasionally printed on paper watermarked with the date 1816.

332. Cole, G. A further reprint of No. 300.

In ENGLISH TOPOGRAPHY: OR, A SERIES OF HISTORICAL AND STATISTICAL DESCRIPTIONS OF THE SEVERAL COUNTIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES. ACCOMPANIED BY A MAP OF EACH COUNTY . . . (By J.NIGHTINGALE). LONDON: PRINTED FOR BALDWIN, CRADOCK, AND JOY, PATERNOSTER ROW. 1816. 4to.

The maps are unchanged, and the imprint still refers to the Beauties of England and Wales.

333. Cole, G. A further reprint of No. 300.

In ENGLISH TOPOGRAPHY . . . (By J. NIGHTINGALE) . . . 1816.

The imprint and references to the origin of the map have been removed, and plate numbers have been added, top right.

1817

334. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 268.

In CARY'S TRAVELLER'S COMPANION . . . 1817. 12mo.

The date in the imprint has been altered to Jan. 1, 1817.

1818

337. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 264.

In CARY'S NEW AND CORRECT ENGLISH ATLAS . . . 1818. 4to.

The date has been removed from the maps and the imprint closed up.

338. Smith, C. A further reprint of No. 287.

In SMITH'S NEW ENGLISH ATLAS . . . 1818. Large fol.

The maps are still dated January 6 1804, but with the addition below of " 3rd Edition, Corrected to 1818." New place-names added.

339. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 289.

In CARY'S NEW ENGLISH ATLAS . . . CORRECTED & WITH ADDITIONS TO THE YEAR 1818. Large fol.

The maps are now dated 1818 in the title oval and "Jan'y 1st 1818" in the imprint.

341. Cole, G. A further reprint of No. 300.

In ENGLISH TOPOGRAPHY . . . (BY J. NIGHTINGALE) . . . (1818.)

The preface of the work is still dated 1816, and the maps are unchanged from that in the second issue of 1816 (No. 333). 4to. 56 Maps.

342. Dix, Thomas.

In A COMPLETE ATLAS OF THE ENGLISH COUNTIES.......COMMENCED BY THE LATE THOMAS DIX OF NORTH WALSHAM....COMPLETED BY WILLIAM DARTON.....58 HOLBORN HILL. 1822. Large fol. 42 Maps.

It is coloured in hundreds and shows towns (with distances from London), villages, churches, parks, hills, meres, rivers, canals and roads (with miles marked along the turnpikes).

The " Explanation ", a statistical note, the title in a circle with the " Reference to the Hundreds" and the scale, a star compass indicator, a list of market towns and their market days, and a vignette view.

The border is formed by a thick and a thin line with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude (Greenwich meridian). Below the border, the imprint. The backs are plain.

It was reprinted in 1822, 1830, and with a new title, etc., in 1833 and 1848.

343. Langley & Belch.

In LANGLEY'S NEW COUNTY ATLAS OF ENGLAND AND WALES, EMBELLISHED WITH A BEAUTIFUL VIGNETTE TO EACH MAP EXHIBITING ALL THE MAIL COACH, TURNPIKE & PRINCIPAL CROSS ROADS, WITH THE CITIES, TOWNS, VILLAGES, PARKS, RIVERS, & NAVIGABLE CANALS, PECULIAR TO EACH COUNTY . . . LONDON: PUBLISHED BY LANGLEY & BELCH, 173, HIGH STREET, BOROUGH. (1818.) 4to and oblong folio. 53 Hand coloured maps.

Clearly engraved maps with the hundreds and mail-coach roads coloured and showing other details as enumerated above.

The title is above the border, the scale and the "Explanation." a star compass indicator, a list of the hundreds and a view.

The border is formed by a thick line with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude (Greenwich meridian). Below the border, the imprint. The backs are plain.

It was reprinted in 1820.

344. Neele / Dugdale / Robins.

In ROBINS'S ATLAS OF ENGLAND AND WALES, ACCURATELY ENGRAVED BY NEELE . . . LONDON: PUBLISHED BY ROBINS & CO., ALBION PRESS, IVY LANE, PATERNOSTER ROW, 1819. 4to. 45 Maps + 50 plates.

This shows towns (with distances from London), villages, churches, parks, roads, canals and rivers.

A star compass indicator; title in a hatched lozenge, with a the scale. The border is formed by a thick line between two thin ones with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude (London meridian). Below the border, at the bottom centre, the imprint; right, the engraver's name. The backs are plain. It was reprinted in 1819 or 1820.

1819

345. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 268.

In CARY'S TRAVELLER'S COMPANION . . 1819. 12mo. 43 maps.

The date in the imprint has been altered to Jan. 1, 1819.

346. Wallis, J / W. Lewis. A further reprint of No. 320.

In LEWIS'S NEW TRAVELLER'S GUIDE, OR A POCKET EDITION OF THE ENGLISH COUNTIES, CONTAINING ALL THE DIRECT & CROSS ROADS IN ENGLAND & WALES . . . LONDON: PUBLISH'D BY W. LEWIS, No. 21, FINCH LANE, CORNHILL. (1819.) 12mo.n43 maps.

The imprint is now "London. Publish'd by W. Lewis Finch Lane." The hatching along the coastline and the hill shading has been left out.

It is accompanied by two pages of descriptive letterpress.

347. Wallis, J / G, Ellis. A further reprint of No. 324.

In ELLIS'S NEW AND CORRECT ATLAS OF ENGLAND AND WALES, BEING AN ENTIRE NEW SET OF COUNTY MAPS . . . PUBLISH'D BY G. ELLIS, No. 5, SMITH'S SQUARE, WESTMINSTER. (1819.) 4to. 45 Maps.

The imprint and the reference to G. Hebert have been removed, otherwise the maps seem unchanged.

348. Neele / Dugdale. A reprint of No. 344.

In THE NEW BRITISH TRAVELLER, OR MODERN PANORAMA OF ENGLAND AND WALES . . . BY JAMES DUGDALE, LL.D. . . . LONDON: PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY J. ROBINS AND Co. ALBION PRESS, IVY-LANE, PATERNOSTER-ROW. 1819. 4to. 45 Maps.

There is no date or imprint on the maps, otherwise it is unchanged. This work appears to have been started by James Cundee in 1812, continued by J. & J. Cundee in 1814 and completed by their successor Robins in 1819 or 1820. Many of the county maps have Cundee's imprints and dates.

351. Cole, G. A further reprint of No. 300.

In ENGLISH TOPOGRAPHY . . . (BY J. NIGHTINGALE) . . . PUBLISHED BY JAMES GOODWIN AND THOMAS MCLEAN. (1820.) 4to. 56 Maps.

352. Miller, R. A reprint of No. 319.

In DARTON'S NEW MINIATURE ATLAS . . . LONDON: PUBLISHED BY WILLIAM DARTON, 58, HOLBORN HILL. (1820.) 16mo. 56 Maps.

The imprint below the maps are altered to "London: William Darton, 58, Holborn Hill." A sheet of descriptive letterpress in which the population is given accompanies the maps from the census returns of 1811.

353. Langley & Belch. A reprint of No. 343.

In LANGLEY'S NEW COUNTY ATLAS OF ENGLAND AND WALES PUBLISHED BY JOSEPH PHELPS, 27, PATERNOSTER ROW. (1820.) 4to. 53 maps.

Precisely the same as the first issue and still bearing the original date and imprint. The British Museum also has copies of Langley's maps of Kent and Norfolk, which have Phelps's imprint and are dated 1820, so possibly he issued two editions of this atlas.'

354. Hall, Sidney / S. Leigh.

In LEIGH'S NEW POCKET ATLAS OF ENGLAND AND WALES LONDON: PRINTED FOR SAMUEL LEIGH, 18, STRAND BY W. CLOWES, NORTHUMBERLAND COURT. 1820. 16mo. 55 Maps.

It is printed with the East at the top and shows towns (with their distances from London), villages, parks, rivers and roads. The mail-coach roads are shown by means of two lines, other roads by a single line only.

The scale, a star compass indicator. A thick and a thin line form the border. The borderlines at the top are extended to form a panel for the title. Outside this, on the right, the plate numbers below the bottom border, the imprint, the engraver's name. The backs are plain.

It was reprinted in 1825, 1826, 1831, 1833, 1835, 1837, 1839, 1840, 1842 and 1843.

355. Hodgson, O.

In THE POCKET TOURIST & ENGLISH ATLAS, BEING A NEW AND COMPLETE SET OF COUNTY MAPS . . . INCLUDING A COPIOUS TOPOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNT OF EACH COUNTY. LONDON: PRINTED FOR O. HODGSON, MAIDEN LANE, WOOD ST. (1820.) 12mo. 43 Maps.

Tiny but neat little maps, some with the West at the top, showing towns (with distances from London), main roads, canals and rivers. A cross-surmounted by a fleur-de-lis to indicate, the scale. The backs are plain.

The border is formed by a thick line within which is a hatched space, of 1/8 in., decorated by ornaments resembling spearheads linked together. The border is broken at the top by a long panel containing the title, and at the bottom by a panel with the following notes: "This County contains ..... Acres, Parishes.. City.....Market T.... Inhabitants, & sends....Members to Parl." The population is taken from the census returns of 1811.

356. (Hodgson & Co.)

Tiny coloured maps, probably issued in some small road books, as the roads are the chief feature and the mail-coach roads are especially indicated. It shows towns, hundreds (numbered), canals and main roads. The title in a lozenge, a star compass indicator,"Mail Coach Roads," "Seats and Parks," "Turnpike Gates" and " Castles," together with their appropriate symbols right, a list of hundreds. A thick line between two fine ones with two fine inner lines forms the border.

357. Neele & Son.

In PINNOCK'S COUNTY HISTORIES. . . . PRINTED FOR PINNOCK AND MAUNDER, 267, STRAND. 1820. 16mo. 42 Maps?.

It shows mail-coach (very prominently), Roman and turnpike roads with the towns, villages and mileages along the same. It also shows parks, rivers and canals. The scale and a star compass indicator, the title in a lozenge panel and the "Explanation." A thick line between two fine ones forms the border. Bottom right, below the border, the engraver's name. The backs are plain. It was reprinted in 1821 and 1823.

358. Wallis, J / W. H. Reid.

In THE PANORAMA: OR, TRAVELLER'S INSTRUCTIVE GUIDE; THROUGH ENGLAND AND WALES . . . LONDON: PRINTED BY J. WALLIS, BERWICK STREET, SOHO; AND PUBLISHED BY W. H. REID, CHARING CROSS. (1820.) 8vo. 53 Maps.

This work is not dated but the text refers to events in 1819.

Tiny outline maps showing mail-coach roads, main roads, canals, rivers, towns and a few parks.

"Mail Coach Rds thus etc." The scale, the title in a lozenge frame with a cross to indicate the points of the compass above it. The border is formed by a thick line between two fine ones with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude (London meridian). Outside the border, at the bottom, the imprint. The backs are plain.

1821

359. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 264.

In CARY'S NEW AND CORRECT ENGLISH ATLAS . . . 1821. 8vo.

This edition of the work was made up in large octavo for the pocket, the maps and text both folding in the middle. The maps seem otherwise unchanged from the 1818 edition.

360. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 268.

In CARY'S TRAVELLER'S COMPANION . . . 1821. 12mo.

The date in the imprint is now Jan. 1, 1821.

361. Smith, C. A further reprint of No. 287.

In SMITH'S NEW ENGLISH ATLAS . . . C. SMITH, MAPSELLER EXTRAORDINARY TO. HIS MAJESTY, No. 172, STRAND, 1821. Large fol.

The imprint, below the title, is now "Printed for C. Smith No 172' Strand Corrected to 1821." The maps seem otherwise unchanged.

362. Neele & Son / Dugdale / W. B. & G. Whittaker. A reprint of No. 357.

In THE TRAVELLER'S POCKET ATLAS CONSISTING OF A COMPLETE SET OF COUNTY MAPS, FOR ENGLAND & WALES . . . LONDON, PUBLISHED BY G. & W. B. WHITTAKER, 1821. 12mo. 43 Maps.

"Published by G. & W. B. Whittaker, Ave Maria Lane, 1821." has been added in the centre, below the border.

1822

362a. Miller, R. W. Darton. A reprint of No. 319.

In DARTON'S NEW MINIATURE ATLAS . . . LONDON: PUBLISHED BY WILLIAM DARTON, 58, HOLBORN HILL. (1820.) 16mo. 56 Maps.

The imprint below the maps are altered to "London: William Darton, 58, Holborn Hill." A sheet of descriptive letterpress in which the population is given accompanies the maps from the census returns of 1811.

363. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 268.

In CARY'S TRAVELLER'S COMPANION . . . PRINTED FOR G. & J. CARY, ENGRAVERS, N 86, ST JAMES'S STREET, 1822. 12mo. 43 Maps.

The maps are printed from a new engraved plate. The words "By J. Cary" and "Engraver," above the top border, are omitted. The imprint, below the border, now reads "London. Published by G. & J. Cary, N 86 St James's Str." The place-names, list of canals and scale on the map are printed to be legible when the map is turned so that the North is at the top.

364. Dix, T. A reprint of No. 342.

In A COMPLETE ATLAS OF THE ENGLISH COUNTIES .....COMMENCED BY THE LATE THOMAS DIX, OF NORTH WALSHAM...COMPLETED BY WILLIAM DARTON . . . LONDON: WILLIAM DARTON, 58, HOLBORN HILL. 1822. Large fol. 42 Maps.

The maps are unchanged.

365. Smith, C.

In SMITH'S NEW ENGLISH ATLAS, BEING A REDUCTION OF HIS LARGE FOLIO ATLAS CONTAINING A COMPLETE SET OF COUNTY MAPS LONDON: PRINTED FOR C. SMITH . . . No. 172, STRAND. 4to. 44 Maps.

It shows towns (with their distances from London), villages, parks, hills, canals, rivers and roads (mail-coach routes coloured blue and turnpikes buff). Towns, canals and main roads are shown beyond the county boundary.

The border is formed by a thick line between two thin ones with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. The title is in a lozenge let into the border at the top. The scale is let into the bottom border. Below the bottom border, centre, the imprint; right, the engraver's name.

1823

366. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 264.

In CARY'S NEW AND CORRECT ENGLISH ATLAS . . . PRINTED FOR JOHN CARY, ENGRAVER & MAP-SELLER, No. 86, ST. JAMES'S STREET, CORRECTED TO 1823. Large 4to.

The maps still bears Cary's Strand address in the imprint as in the previous issues. New turnpike roads are shown.

367. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 289. In (?).

The date in the title oval is now 1823 and the imprint reads "Printed for J. Cary, Engraver & Map-seller, N 86 St James's Street. March 18th 1823."

368. Neele & Son / Dugdale. A further reprint of No. 357.

In THE TRAVELLER'S POCKET ATLAS . . . PUBLISHED BY G. & W. B. WHITTAKER, 1823. 12mo.

The maps are unchanged from the edition of 1821 (No. 362).

369. Perrot, A. M / G. B Depping.

In L'ANGLETERRE OU DESCRIPTION HISTORIQUE ET TOPOGRAPHIQUE DU ROYAUME UNI DE LA GRANDE-BRETAGNE, PAR G.-B.DEPPING ORNEE DE 75 CARTES ET VUES. A PARIS, CHEZ ETIENNE LEDOUX, LIBRAIRE, RUE GUENEGAUD, No 9. 1823. 12mo. 80 Maps & Views.

Tiny maps drawn as if on a pole screen with a large base and an ornamental background. They show towns and rivers. The title. Perrot's name. This is the only map of the series with any mention of Thiery. The others have the names of Perrot and Madame Migneret only. There is no scale, and the backs are plain. It was reprinted in 1828 (twice) and in 1835. This description is taken from the first reprint of 1828.

1824

370. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 268.

In CARY'S TRAVELLER'S COMPANION . . . 1824. 12mo.

The maps are the same as described in No. 363.

371. Cooke, G. A / G. C Gray. A further reprint of No. 290.

In GRAY'S NEW BOOK OF ROADS . . . OF ENGLAND AND WALES, AND PART OF SCOTLAND . . . BY GEORGE CARRINGTON GRAY. LONDON: PRINTED FOR SHERWOOD, JONES, AND CO., PATERNOSTER ROW, 1824. 12mo. 50 maps.

The maps are unchanged, except that they now are numbered above the border on the right.

372. Cooper. A further reprint of No. 309.

In A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF THE UNITED KINGDOM PRINTED FOR G. WHITTAKER, AVE-MARIA-LANE. 1825. 8vo.

The imprint on the maps is altered to "Published by G; & W. B. Whittaker, 13, Ave Maria Lane. 1824." The table of statistics has been revised. The number of houses and the inhabitants and the acres have been corrected.

373. Cooper. A further reprint of No. 309.

In (A Pocket Atlas without title.)

The maps are the same as in the preceding number.

1825

374. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 264.

In CARY'S NEW AND CORRECT ENGLISH ATLAS . . . 1825. 4to.

The maps seem unchanged from No. 366.

375. Miller, R. A further reprint of No. 319.

In DARTON'S NEW MINIATURE ATLAS . . . 1825. 16mo.

The maps are unchanged. The work now contains the population from the census returns of 1821.

376. HaIl, S. A reprint of No. 354.

In LEIGH'S NEW POCKET ROAD-BOOK OF ENGLAND & WALES PRINTED FOR SAMUEL LEIGH, 18, STRAND. MDCCCXXV. 16mo.

Second title :—LEIGH'S NEW ATLAS OF ENGLAND & WALES. SY. HALL SCULPT LONDON PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL LEIGH, 18, STRAND.

The maps are unchanged.

1826

377. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 264.

In CARY'S NEW AND CORRECT ENGLISH ATLAS . . . 1826. 4to.

378. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 268.

In CARY'S TRAVELLER'S COMPANION . . . 1826. 12mo.

The maps are still unchanged from the edition of 1822 (No. 363).

379. Cooper. A further reprint of No. 309.

In A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF THE UNITED KINGDOM . BY B. P. CAPPER . . . G. B. WHITTAKER . . . 1826. 8vo.

An unaltered impression of the maps, dated 1824, which was issued in the 1825 edition of the Dictionary (No. 372).

380. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 354.

In LEIGH'S NEW ATLAS OF ENGLAND & WALES.................

Bound in with LEIGH'S NEW POCKET ROAD-BOOK OF ENGLAND & WALES . . . SECOND EDITION . . . MDCCCXXVI. 16mo.

The maps are unchanged.

382. Smith, C. A further reprint of No. 287.

In SMITH'S NEW ENGLISH ATLAS. BEING A COMPLETE SET OF COUNTY MAPS, DIVIDED INTO HUNDREDS, ON WHICH ARE DELINEATED ALL THE DIRECT AND CROSS ROADS . . . ACCOMPANIED BY AN INDEX VILLARIS. . LONDON: PRINTED FOR C. SMITH. MAPSELLER, No. 172 (CORNER OF SURREY STREET), STRAND. Atlas fol.

There are several county maps of this series known, which are stated to be "Corrected to 1827." There may possibly have been an issue of Smith's New English Atlas at this date.

1828

383. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 268.

In CARY'S TRAVELLER'S COMPANION . . . 1828. I2mo.

More mail-coach routes listed.

383b. CHARLES HODGES.

[ASTROPHILOGEON, A GAME OF SCIENCE AND AMUSEMENT]. LONDON: each 60 x 95mm., engraved, 30 celestial cards hand-coloured and 30 terrestrial cards hand coloured in out line, plain versos. In a folder. 60 cards.

384. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 289.

In CARY'S NEW ENGLISH ATLAS . . . CORRECTED WITH ADDITIONS TO THE YEAR 1828. Large fol.

The dates in the title oval and in the imprint have been altered to 1828.

385. Perrot, A. M / G. B Depping. A reprint of No. 369.

In L'ANGLETERRE, OU DESCRIPTION HISTORIQUE . . . PAR G. -B. DEPPING . . . SECONDE EDITION. . . . 1828. 12mo.

For description see No. 369.

385a. Perrot, A. M / G. B Depping.. A further reprint of No. 369.

In L'ANGLETERRE . . . PAR G.B DEPPING 3me. EDITION BRUXELLES, L.-J. BROHEZ, LONGUE RUE DES DOMINICAINS, N. 744, 1828. 12mo.

There is a copy of this edition of the work in the University Library, Cambridge. The maps are unchanged.

386. Ebden, William.

In (AN ATLAS OF THE ENGLISH COUNTIES . . . probably published by S. Maunder in 1828.) Fol.

Hodgson & Co. in 1824, some by William Cole in 1825 and the others by S. Maunder published some of the maps in 1828.

It shows towns (with distances from London), villages, Churches, parks, hundreds (coloured and numbered), hills, sands, rivers, canals and roads. The title, the "Reference to the Hundreds" scale and the "Explanation."

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine lines with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. Below the bottom border, the imprint. The backs are plain.

It was reprinted by J. Duncan about 1833, in 1837, 1838, 1840 and 1845, by Collins in 1858 and then by Stanford about 1865.

387. Pigot & Son.

In PIGOT & CO's NEW COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY, FOR THE COUNTIES OF CHESHIRE, DERBYSHIRE AND LANCASHIRE . . . MANCHESTER: PRINTED BY J. PIGOT & SON. PUBLISHED BY J. PIGOT & Co. 24, BASING- LANE, LONDON, & 18, FOUNTAIN STREET, MANCHESTER; AND SOLD. BY THEM AND SHERWOOD, GILBERT AND PIPER, PATERNOSTER ROW; SIMPKIN AND MARSHALL, STATIONER'S COURT, LUDGATE HILL; WINCHESTER AND VARNHAM, 61. STRAND; EFFINGHAM WILSON AND JOHN RICHARDSON, ROYAL EXCHANGE . . . 1828. 8vo.

Finely engraved maps showing towns (with their distances from London), villages, hundreds (numbered), parks, heaths, sands, roads, rivers and canals. The mail-roads are coloured buff. This and the adjacent counties are coloured in outline.

A star compass indicator, the "Explanation"," Reference to the Hundreds" and a view.

The border is formed by a thick line between two thin ones with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. The top border is broken by a panel containing the title and a similar panel accommodates the scale in the bottom border. Below the border, the imprint in the centre and the engraver's name on the right. The backs are plain.

It was reprinted in 1828, 1829, 1831, 1832, 1833, 1834, 1838, 1840, 1844, 1846, 1847, 1848 (twice), 1855, 1857 and 1869.

1828-9

388. Pigot & Son. A reprint of No. 387.

In PIGOT & CO's NATIONAL COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY FOR 1828-9............... PUBLISHED BY J. PIGOT & Co. 24, BASING LANE, LONDON, & 18, FOUNTAIN STREET, MANCHESTER. 8vo.

Maps are unchanged and uncoloured.

1829

389. Cooper. A further reprint of No. 309.

In A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF THE UNITED KINGDOM PRINTED FOR SIR RICHARD PHILLIPS AND Co., 1829. 8vo.

The maps are unchanged from the issue of 1824 and still bears that date.

390. Rowe, R. A reprint of No. 327.

In NEW BRITISH ATLAS, CONTAINING A COMPLETE SET OF COUNTY MAPS . . . THE WHOLE CAREFULLY REVISED & CORRECTED TO THE YEAR, 1829 . . . PUBLISHED BY HENRY TEESDALE & Co. 302, HOL- BORN. Atlas fol.

The oval panel containing Rowe's title and imprint has been removed and just the title in ornamental characters substituted. "London, Published by Henry Teesdale & Co 302, Holborn" appears below the bottom border. Asterisks have been added to titles, to indicate parliamentary representation, and a corresponding note added to the "Explanation."

391. Pigot & Son. A further reprint of No. 387.

In PIGOT & CO's BRITISH ATLAS. PART SECOND. (1829.) Obl fol.

The maps are unchanged from the coloured edition of 1828.

1830

392. Cooke, G. A. A further reprint of No. 290.

In A TOPOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COUNTY.. . . . BY G. A. COOKE . . . PRINTED . . . FOR SHERWOOD AND CO. PATERNOSTER-ROW. 12mo.

The maps are unchanged but the work has a new frontispiece and has an imprint "Pubd by Sherwood, Gilbert, & Piper, 1830."

393. Rowe, R. A further reprint of No. 327.

In NEW BRITISH ATLAS . . . CORRECTED TO THE YEAR 1830. . HENRY TEESDALE & Co. . . . Fol.

The maps are unchanged from No. 390.

394. Dix, T. A further reprint of No. 342.

The cover bears the title: —THOS DIX SURVEYOR; NORTH WALSHAM, LONDON; WILLIAM DARTON HOLB(ORN) HILL.

The date in the imprint is altered to June 12, 1830. The maps seem otherwise unchanged.

396. Hall, Sidney / R. Creighton..

A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND BY JOHN GORTON . . .LONDON: CHAPMAN AND HALL, 186, STRAND, 1831. 8vo. 54 Maps.

Overcrowded maps, showing towns (with distances from London), villages, parks, hundreds (numbered), hills, rivers, canals and roads.

A table of " Reference to the Hundreds.", a cross as compass indicator, the title in a panel, the engraver's name and the scale.

The border is formed by a thick line between two thin ones with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. The backs are plain.

It was reprinted in 1831, 1833 (twice), 1834, 1836, 1842, 1843, 1845 (twice), 1846, 1847 (twice), 1848, 1850, 1852, 1854, 1857, 1860, 1866, 1873, 1875, 1885 and other dates.

381. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 264.

In CARY'S NEW AND CORRECT ENGLISH ATLAS . . . CORRECTED TO 1827. 4to.

Rare edition.

397. Murray,T. L.

In. An ATLAS OF THE ENGLISH COUNTIES.............PROJECTED ON THE BASIS OF THE TRIGONOMETRICAL SURVEY. BY ORDER OF THE HONBLE THE BOARD OF ORDNANCE. UNDER THE SUPERINTENDANCE OF T. L. MURRAY. (No date or imprint.) Large fol. 44 Maps

Clearly engraved maps, showing towns (with distances from London), villages, parks, churches, hundreds (numbered), hills, rivers, channels, canals and roads (with the miles marked along the turnpikes), title and a star compass indicator with the "Reference to the Hundreds", scale and the "Explanation."

The border is formed by a thick line between two thin lines with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. Below the bottom border, the imprint and engraver's name, etc. The backs are plain.

It was reprinted in 1830, 1831, 1832 and 1834.

398. Murray, T. L. A reprint of No. 397.

In AN ATLAS OF THE ENGLISH COUNTIES . . . BY. . T. L. MURRAY. (1830.) Large fol.

The hundreds are now shown outlined in colour.

400. Teesdale, Henry.

In A NEW TRAVELLING ATLAS CONTAINING A COMPLETE SET OF COUNTY MAPS . . . THE WHOLE REVISED AND CORRECTED TO THE YEAR 1830. LONDON PUBLISHED BY HENRY TEESDALE & Co. 302, HIGH HOLBORN. Small 4to. 45 Maps.

Outline maps with the roads as the principal feature, also showing towns (with distances from London), villages (along the roads), parks, rivers and canals.

The title in a lozenge, which in its turn is enclosed in a hatched panel, a star compass indicator, scale.

The border is formed by a thick line with 3/16in. of hatching inside. Below the border, the imprint.

It was reprinted in 1842, 1848, 1850, 1852 and 1860.

1831

401. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 264.

In CARY'S NEW AND CORRECT ENGLISH ATLAS . . . CORRECTED TO 1831. 4to.

New canals are shown.

402. Rowe, R. A further reprint of No. 327.

In NEW BRITISH ATLAS . . . CORRECTED TO THE YEAR 1831. . HENRY TEESDALE & Co. . . . Fol.

New canals have been added

403. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 354.

In LEIGH'S NEW ATLAS OF ENGLAND & WALES . .

Bound in with LEIGH'S NEW POCKET ROAD-BOOK OF ENGLAND & WALES . . . THIRD EDITION . . . 16mo.

The maps are unchanged.

404. Pigot & Son. A further reprint of No. 387.

In PIGOTS & CO's BRITISH ATLAS, OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND.....PUBLISHED by J. PIGOT & CO.BASING LANE, LONDON, AND FOUNTAIN..........

404b. Pigot & Son. A further reprint of No. 387.

In PIGOTS & CO's BRITISH ATLAS, OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND.....PUBLISHED by J. PIGOT & CO.BASING LANE, LONDON, AND FOUNTAIN STREET, MANCHESTER: AND SOLD BY . . . SIMPKIN AND MARSHALL, STATIONER'S-COURT, LUDGATE-HILL; SHERWOOD AND CO. PATERNOSTER-ROW; WINCHESTER AND VARNHAM, 61, STRAND; EFFINGHAM WILSON, AND JOHN RICHARDSON, ROYAL EXCHANGE; HATCHARD AND SON, PICCADILLY . . . 1831. Fol.

A number of new turnpike roads are shown.

405. Hall, S. A reprint of No. 396.

In A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND BY JOHN GORTON . . . LONDON: CHAPMAN AND HALL, 186, STRAND, 1831. 8vo.

The maps are unchanged.

406. Murray, T. L. A further reprint of No. 397.

In AN ATLAS OF THE ENGLISH COUNTIES . . . (1831.) large fol.

The date below the maps is altered to "May 1st 1831."

408. Creighton, R.

In A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLAND . . . BY SAMUEL LEWIS . . . LONDON: PUBLISHED BY S. LEWIS AND Co., 87, ALDERSGATE STREET. M.DCCC.XXXI. 4to. 45 Maps.

Also in A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLAND . . . BY SAMUEL LEWIS. THE ATLAS. LONDON . . . M.DCCC.XXXI. 4to.

Clearly engraved maps showing towns, villages, churches, hills, rivers, canals and roads. A star compass indicator, title, and the scale.

The border is formed by a thick line between two thin ones with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. Below the border, left, the draughtsman's name; right, the engraver's name; in the middle, the imprint.

It was reprinted in 1833, 1835, 1837, 1840, 1842, 1844, 1845 and 1848.

1832

409. Rowe, R. A further reprint of No. 327.

In NEW BRITISH ATLAS . . . CORRECTED TO THE YEAR, 1832. HENRY TEESDALE & Co. . . . Fol.

A broad blue band divides the county into the two new parliamentary divisions, the names of which are printed across their respective areas. Polling places, places of election, and the two new boroughs are also shown on the map. Thin red lines mark out the boroughs. Parliamentary and statistical notes have been added, beneath the title and scale respectively.

410. Archer, J.

In THE GUIDE TO KNOWLEDGE. EDITED BY MR. W. PINNOCK . .... SUPPLEMENT, NOVEMBER 30, 1832. 4to.

Peculiar looking maps, the groundwork being black and the detail white. It shows towns, villages, hundreds, canals, rivers and roads. Coat of arms, the title in a lozenge with the imprint above and the engraver's name below, and below the scale.

The border is formed by a thick and a thin line with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. To the right, i.e. the top of the 4to page, left, " 1832 "; centre, " Guide to Knowledge "

It was re-issued in 1833.

411. Pigot & Son. A further reprint of No. 387.

In PIGOT & CO's BRITISH ATLAS................1831. Fol.

This edition of the atlas, which is still dated 1831, could not have been issued before 1832, because the address in the imprint on some of the maps is No. 1, Basing Lane, to which the publishers moved in 1832.

412. Murray, T. L. A further reprint of No. 397.

In AN ATLAS OF THE ENGLISH COUNTIES . . . (1832.) Large fol.

The date below the maps is now "May 18t 1832." The maps are coloured to show the two new parliamentary divisions, with the outlines of the hundreds shown by thin red lines. A parliamentary note has been added below the title and corresponding symbols added on the maps.

413. Cobbett, William.

In A GEOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLAND AND WALES BY WILLIAM COBBETT. LONDON: PUBLISHED BY Wm. COBBETT, II, BOLT-COURT, FLEET-STREET . . . 1832. 8vo. 52 Maps.

Crude and very distorted outline maps, showing the towns. A cross as compass indicator, and the title in a lozenge-shaped frame. The border is formed by a double line. Below the border, the imprint. The backs are plain. It was reprinted in 1854.

414. Dawson, Lieut. Robert K.

In REPORTS FROM COMMISSIONERS ON PROPOSED DIVISIONS OF COUNTIES AND BOUNDARIES OF BOROUGHS . . . ORDERED BY THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, TO BE PRINTED, 20 JANUARY, 1832. Fol. 474 Maps?.

Outline maps divided into hundreds. They show the new county divisions, boroughs and towns to return members to Parliament, places of county election, polling places and main roads.

The title with the scale below, a cross as compass indicator, the "Explanation" with the author's name below and the engraver's name below that.

This was the official map to accompany the famous Reform Bill of 1832. It was reprinted later in the same year.

415. Dawson, Lieut. Robert K. A reprint of No. 414.

In PLANS OF THE CITIES AND BOROUGHS OF ENGLAND AND WALES: SHEWING THEIR BOUNDARIES AS ESTABLISHED BY THE BOUNDARIES ACT, PASSED 11TH JULY, 1832. TOGETHER WITH OUTLINE MAPS SHEWING, THE DIVISIONS OF THE COUNTIES, THE PRINCIPAL PLACES OF ELECTION LONDON: PRINTED BY JAMES & LUKE G. HANSARD & SONS . . . 1832. Fol.

The maps are unchanged.

1833

416. Cary, J. A further reprint of No. 289.

The cover now bears the title: —CARY'S NEW MAP OF........., DIVIDED INTO HUNDREDS . . . LONDON: PUBLISHED BY G. & J. CARY, 86, ST. JAMES'S STREET.

The date in the title oval is 1833, but there are no dates in the imprint. The maps are still coloured in hundreds and a broad rose-coloured band separates the new parliamentary divisions. No parliamentary note or symbols have been added.

417. Rowe, R. A further reprint of No. 327.

In NEW BRITISH ATLAS . . . HENRY TEESDALE . . . 1833. Fol.

The hundreds are outlined by thin coloured lines, the parliamentary county divisions by broad ones. Top right, above the border, the plate numbers have been added.

418. Dix, T. A further reprint of No. 342.

In A COMPLETE ATLAS OF THE ENGLISH COUNTIES.......COMMENCED BY THE LATE THOMAS DIX OF NORTH WALSHAM....COMPLETED BY WILLIAM DARTON.....58 HOLBORN HILL. Large fol.

The maps have been lithographed; the size has grown to 16 3/4 X I3 1/4 ins. A new title Divided into Hundreds and the Parliamentary Divisions." The scale of 8 Miles now equals 21/8ins. The title, a statistical note of the population of the county, the" Reference to the Hundreds," and the "Explanation" (duly increased by the symbols for the places of election, etc.). The scale, the "Explanation." and now the imprint, below the bottom border, reads "London: Wllliam Darton & Son, 58, Holborn Hill."

419. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 354.

In LEIGH'S NEW ATLAS OF ENGLAND & WALES . . . M. A. LEIGH, 421, STRAND.

Bound in with: - LEIGH'S NEW POCKET ROAD-BOOK OF ENGLAND & WALES . . . FOURTH EDITION . . . M. A. LEIGH, 421, STRAND (REMOVED FROM 18.) MDCCCXXXIII. 16mo.

The imprint now reads" Pub. by M. A. Leigh 421 Strand." Asterisks to denote parliamentary representation have been added.

420. Ebden, W. A new edition of No. 386.

In A COMPLETE COUNTY ATLAS OF ENGLAND & WALES . . . WITH THE DISTRICT DIVISIONS, AND OTHER LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS EFFECTED BY THE REFORM BILL. LONDON: PUBLISHED BY JAMES DUNCAN, PATERNOSTER ROW. (1833.) Fol. 44 Maps.

Eden's and Hoare & Reeves's names have been removed from the title, which now reads :— "Containing the District Divisions and other Local Arrangements effected by the Reform Bill." A parliamentary note has been added to the "Explanation" and corresponding symbols on the maps indicate the newly formed boroughs and the polling places, etc., of the new county divisions. The imprint, below the border, now reads "London. Published by J. Duncan. Paternoster Row."

421. Pigot & Son. A further reprint of No. 387.

In PIGOT & CO's BRITISH ATLAS . . . (1833.) fol.

The address in the imprint is now No 1, Basing Lane, etc. The new parliamentary divisions are shown, and asterisks denoting the representation of the boroughs have been revised in accordance with the Reform Act of 1832. Polling places are denoted by solid black triangles.

422. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 396.

In A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND BY JOHN GORTON. . 1833. 8vo.

The maps are still dated "June 1830" in the imprint.

423. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 396.

In A NEW BRITISH ATLAS; COMPRISING A SERIES OF 54 MAPS ENGRAVED BY SIDNEY HALL. LONDON CHAPMAN & HALL 186, STRAND. 1833. 4to. 47 maps.

"June 1830" has been erased from the imprint and just "1833" substituted. A red line across the counties marks out the two new parliamentary divisions.

424. Creighton, R. A reprint of No. 408.

In A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLAND . . . SECOND EDITION . . . BY S. LEWIS . . . M.DCCC.XXXIII. 4to.

The scale, Additional canals are shown, Fine dotted lines mark the boundaries of the hundreds, which, are not named.

Another broken line divides the two new parliamentary divisions. Above the top borders is now added: —" Place of Election........

425. Archer, J. A re-issue of No. 410.

In THE GUIDE TO KNOWLEDGE. EDITED BY W. PINNOCK . . . LONDON: PRINTED FOR THE PROPRIETORS, AND PUBLISHED BY W. EDWARDS, 12, AVE-MARIA-LANE. 1833. 8vo.

The maps are unchanged.

426. Schmollinger, W.

In THE ENGLISH COUNTIES DELINEATED; OR, A TOPOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION OF ENGLAND . . . BY THOMAS MOULE . . . LONDON: GEORGE VIRTUE, 26, IVY LANE PATERNOSTER ROW. 4to. 5 General Maps, 45 T. Moule County maps and 7 Town plans.

These maps which shows towns, villages, hundreds (numbered), parks, hills, rivers, canals and roads, shields bearing coats of arms surround the maps, the arms of the towns a panel containing a table of " Reference to the Hundreds", the titles in a hatched lozenge which in turn is in an ornamental panel with views. Below the titles are the reference to the engraver and his incomplete address.

This work was first issued in parts which commenced publication in May 1830. The maps were reprinted in 1837, 1838, and with the imprint removed, about 1841, 1842, 1848, 1850 and 1852.

427. Scott, R A / A Fullerton.

In A NEW AND COMPREHENSIVE GAZETTEER OF ENGLAND AND WALES BY JAMES BELL . GLASGOW: PUBLISHED BY ARCHIBALD FULLARTON, & Co., 34, HUTCHESON STREET. MDCCCXXXIII. 8vo. 47 Maps.

Shows towns (with distances from London), villages, hundreds. (Numbered), parks, hills, rivers, and canals.

The title with the scale, a star compass indicator, some county maps with a table of " Reference to the Hundreds" , the engraver's name and a view. The border is formed by a thick line between two fine lines with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. Below the border, the imprint. The backs are plain.

It was reprinted in 1836, 1840, 1843, 1845, 1846 and 1848.

1834

428. Smith, C. A further reprint of No. 287.

In SMITH'S NEW ENGLISH ATLAS . . . 1834. Large fol.

The new title of the maps with the Parliamentary Divisions. "London Printed for C. Smith No 172 Strand Corrected to 1834." The maps are coloured to show the two parliamentary divisions, the names of which are printed across the respective areas. A hatched line indicates the course of the projected Railways. A table entitled "Explanation continued" has been added. The "Reference to the Hundreds." The engravers' names (Jones and Smith) have been removed from the compass indicator,

429. Pigot & Son. A further reprint of No. 387.

In PIGOT & CO'S NATIONAL AND COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY PUBLISHED BY J. PIGOT & CO., BASING LANE, LONDON, AND FOUNTAIN STREET, MANCHESTER . . . 1834. 8vo.

The maps may be found uncoloured but seems otherwise unchanged from the issue of 1833 (No. 421).

430. Greenwood, C. & J. A reprint of No. 395.

In ATLAS OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND, FROM ACTUAL SURVEYS MADE FROM THE YEARS 1817 TO 1833 BY C. & J. GREENWOOD, PUBLISHED BY THE PROPRIETORS GREENWOOD & CO. BURLEIGH STREET, STRAND. LONDON . . . PUBLISHED APRIL 18t 1834. Atlas fol. 46 Maps.

The British Museum has a copy of this atlas, in which the maps are uncoloured and unchanged from 1830 edition.

431. Greenwood, C. & J. A further reprint of No. 395.

In ATLAS OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND . . . 1834. Atlas fol.

The maps are still dated 1830, but are coloured to show the new parliamentary boroughs and divisions. Asterisks have been added to the boroughs and a list of polling places, etc., has been added.

432. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 396.

In A NEW BRITISH ATLAS . . . SIDNEY HALL . . . 1834. 4to.

There seem to have been two issues of the Atlas with the date 1834, i.e. one with the map uncoloured except for the red line (as in 1833) and another with the hundreds coloured as well. In both issues, the date 1833 remains in the imprint.

433. Murray, T. L. A further reprint of No. 397.

In AN ATLAS OF THE ENGLISH COUNTIES . . . (1834.) Large fol.

Very rare edition.

434. Rodwell, Mary Martha.

In THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE BRITISH ISLES . . . BY MARY MARTHA RODWELL. LONDON: PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, REES, ORME, BROWN, GREEN, AND LONGMAN, PATERNOSTER-ROW, 1834. 8vo. 59 Maps.

Tiny outline maps engraved on the upper half of a plate 34 x 6 ins. One of Shropshire is on the lower half.

The names of the towns are indicated by figures, rivers by small letters, Capitals represents the canals respectively. A double line with single inner line forms the border.

1835

435. Cole, G / T Dugdale / J Archer. A further reprint of No. 300.

In CURIOSITIES OF GREAT BRITAIN, ENGLAND & WALES DELINEATED BY THOMAS DUGDALE . . . ASSISTED BY WILLIAM BURNETT, LONDON: PUBLISHED BY TALLIS & CO., 2, NORTHAMPTON SQUARE; WAREHOUSE, GREEN ARBOUR COURT, OLD BAILEY. 1835. 8vo.

"North Eastern Division" and "South Western Division" now appear in large type across the respective parts of the maps. The "Explanation" includes a note regarding "Polling Places" and corresponding symbols have been added to the maps.

436. Wallis, J. A further reprint of No. 320.

In LEWIS'S NEW TRAVELLER'S GUIDE, & PANORAMA OF ENGLAND & WALES . . . 1835. 12mo. 40 maps.

The maps are unchanged. Preface still dated Oct.16 1819.

437. Rowe, R. A further reprint of No. 327.

In NEW BRITISH ATLAS . . . HENRY TEESDALE . . . 1835. Fol.

New railways now shown.

438. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 354.

In LEIGH'S NEW ATLAS OF ENGLAND & WALES

Bound in with LEIGH'S NEW POCKET ROAD-BOOK . . . FIFTH EDITION . . . LEIGH AND SON, 421, STRAND (REMOVED FROM 18) MDCCCXXXV. 16mo.

438a. Perrot, A. M / Depping G B. A further reprint of No. 369.

In L'ANGLETERRE . . . PAR G.-DEPPING . . . SECONDE EDITION A PARIS, CHEZ ETIENNE LEDOUX, LIBRAIRE, RUE GUENEGAUD, No.9.1835.12mo.

Described as the second edition in 1835 when the second and third editions had already appeared in 1828, from Paris and Brussels respectively.

439. Creighton, R s. Lewis. A further reprint of No. 408.

In A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLAND . . . THIRD EDITION BY S. LEWIS... . . . M.DCCC.XXXV. 4to. 116 maps.

Or in a separate atlas without title page, accompanying the Dictionary.

The maps are in some cases interleaved with the text as before, and in other cases bound up in an atlas volume. Sometimes it is as in the edition of 1833 and other times it is unchanged from the edition of 1831.

440. Creighton, R / S. Lewis.

In A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLAND . . . THIRD EDITION. WITH A SUPPLEMENTARY VOLUME, COMPRISING A REPRESENTATIVE HISTORY OF ENGLAND, WITH PLANS DESCRIBING THE ELECTORAL DIVISIONS OF THE SEVERAL COUNTIES . . . BY SAMUEL LEWIS . . . . .S .LEWIS AND CO. . . . M.DCCC.XXXV. 4to.

Outline maps showing electoral divisions (as determined by the Reform Act of 1832), places of election, polling places, boroughs returning one or two members to Parliament, hundreds, rivers and main roads.

The title, a star compass indicator, scale and the "Explanation" of the symbols. The border is formed by a single line with a double inner line, the space between being filled by an ornamental scroll. Below the border, left, the draughtsman's name; right, the engraver's name. The backs are plain. It was reprinted in 1840.

441. Nichols, J. B. & Son /S Tymms.

In THE FAMILY TOPOGRAPHER: BEING A COMPENDIOUS ACCOUNT OP THE ANTIENT AND PRESENT STATE OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. BY SAMUEL TYMMS....LONDON: J. B. NICHOLS & SON, 25, PARLIAMENT STREET. (1835.) 12mo. 41 Maps.

The maps shows towns, a few villages, rivers, main roads and a few canals, the title and a cross as compass indicator. The border is formed by a double line. Above the top border is "The figures show the distances. Below the bottom border, the imprint. The backs are plain. It was re-issued about 1842.

442. Pigot & Son.

In A POCKET TOPOGRAPHY AND GAZETTEER OF ENGLAND . . . BY PIGOT & Co. . . . . LONDON: PIGOT & CO. FLEET-STREET; LONGMAN & CO. AND SHERWOOD & Co. PATERNOSTER-ROW, AND SIMPKIN AND MARSHALL, STATIONER'S-COURT; AND PIGOT AND SLATER, FOUNTAIN. STREET, MANCHESTER. (1835.) 8vo.

There is a copy of Vol. I. only, in the Bodleiari Library at Oxford. For description of the maps, see the edition of 1842,

443. Walker, J. & C.

In BRITISH ATLAS, COMPRISING SEPARATE MAPS OF EVERY COUNTY OF ENGLAND . . . BY J. & C. WALKER. PUBLISHED....... BY LONGMAN, REES & CO., PATERNOSTER ROW, AND I.. & C. WALKER, 3, BURLEIGH STREET, STRAND. Large fol. 44 Maps.

Neatly engraved maps coloured in parliamentary divisions, showing towns (with distances from London), villages, parks, hills, hundreds, and parliamentary representation, places of election, polling places, canals, rivers and roads. Post-roads are coloured blue and main roads buff.

The title in a lozenge-shaped frame, scale, and statistical notes in which the population of the counties are listed, a finely engraved star compass indicator, a table of " Reference to the Hundreds" and details of the parliamentary representation, etc.

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine ones with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. Below the border, the imprint. The backs are plain.

It was reprinted in 1837, 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842, 1843, 1844, 1846, 1849, 1850, 1852, 1861, 1862, 1865, 1866, 1870 (twice), 1873, 1879, 1880, 1884, 1887, and probably at other dates as well.

1836

444. Wallis, J. A further reprint of No. 320.

In LEWIS'S NEW TRAVELLER'S GUIDE, & PANORAMA OF ENGLAND & WALES . . . 1836. 12mo.

Similar to the issue of the previous year.

445. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 396.

In A NEW BRITISH ATLAS . . . BY SIDNEY HALL . . . 1836. 4to.

The date is now' erased from the imprint. The maps are coloured in hundreds, without a red line to indicate the parliamentary divisions.

446. Scott, R. A reprint of No. 427.

In A NEW AND COMPREHENSIVE GAZETTEER OF ENGLAND . . . BY JAMES BELL . . . GLASGOW: A. FULLARTON & CO., 34, HUTCHESON STREET; AND, 31, SOUTH BRIDGE, EDINBURGH, MDCCCXXXVI. 8vo.

The maps are unchanged.

1837

447. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 354.

In LEIGH'S NEW ATLAS OF ENGLAND & WALES..................

Bound in with LEIGH'S NEW POCKET ROAD-BOOK OF ENGLAND & WALES . . . SIXTH EDITION . .MDCCCXXXVII. 16mo.

Canals and the Grand Junction Railway are now shown on the maps.

Hall's name has been erased. Some of these alterations were probably made in the edition of 1835.

448. Ebden, W. A further reprint of No. 386.

In A COMPLETE COUNTY ATLAS OF ENGLAND & WALES . . . BY JAMES DUNCAN, PATERNOSTER ROW. 1837. Fol.

448a. Creighton, R. A further reprint of No. 408.

In an atlas (without title-page) accompanying the later impressions of: - A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLAND . . . THIRD EDITION BY S. LEWIS . . . M.DCCC.XXXV. 4to.

The list of polling places, etc., added for the edition of 1833 has been erased. The railway from Warrington towards Birmingham is now shown.

449. Schmollinger, W. A reprint of No. 426.

In THE ENGLISH COUNTIES DELINEATED . . . By THOMAS MOULE MDCCCXXXVII. 4to.

The same as in the previous issue.

450. Walker, J. & C. A reprint of No. 443.

In BRITISH ATLAS, COMPRISING SEPARATE MAPS OF EVERY COUNTY OF ENGLAND . . . BY J. & C. WALKER. PUBLISHED MARCH I, 1837, BY LONGMAN, REES & CO., PATERNOSTER ROW, AND I. & C. WALKER, 3, BURLEIGH STREET, STRAND. Large fol.

The date in the imprint is still 1835. The maps are now coloured in hundreds. The Grand Junction Railway has been added. It is depicted by two printed fine lines with cross-hatching between and has been hand coloured in red.

1838

451. Ebden, W. A further reprint of No. 386.

In A COMPLETE COUNTY ATLAS OF ENGLAND . . . 1838. Fol.

The maps are unchanged.

452. Pigot & Son. A further reprint of No. 387.

In PIGOT & COs BRITISH ATLAS, COMPRISING THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND . . . PUBLISHED BY J. PIGOT & Co. 59, FLEET-STREET, LONDON, AND FOUNTAIN-STREET, MANCHESTER . . . (1838.) Fol.

New Railways have been added and the projected but never constructed Manchester and Birmingham Railroad.

453. Schmollinger, W. A further reprint of No. 426.

In THE ENGLISH COUNTIES DELINEATED . . . MDCCCXXXVIII. 4to.

The maps are unchanged.

454. Walker, J. & C. A further reprint of No. 443.

The date in the imprint is altered to Septr 1st 1838.

1839

455. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 354.

In LEIGH'S NEW ATLAS OF ENGLAND & WALES

Bound in with LEIGH'S NEW POCKET ROAD-BOOK OF ENGLAND & WALES . . . SEVENTH EDITION . . . 1839. 16mo.

The maps seem unchanged.

455b. WILLIAM AND HENRY ROCK,

[THE NEW GEOGRAPHICAL CARDS OR COURT GAME OF GEOGRAPHY]. LONDON: CHARLES HODGES, 1827, [BUT WILLIAM AND HENRY ROCK, 1839] each 95 x 65mm., engraved, suit signs coloured by hand, plain versos, instruction booklet in wrappers. 52 cards,

456. Walker, J. & C. A further reprint of No. 443.

In BRITISH ATLAS . . . 1839. Large fol.

The maps are still dated 1838. Railways in progress, depicted by means of a printed single broken line, are shown with another line (the projected Manchester & Birmingham RY) joining this near Nether Alderley, and Manchester towards Sheffield. These are all coloured red, by hand.

1840

457. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 354.

In LEIGH'S NEW ATLAS OF ENGLAND & WALES.

Bound in with LEIGH'S NEW POCKET ROAD-BOOK OF ENGLAND & WALES . . . EIGHTH EDITION . . . 1840. 16mo.

New Railways are shown.

458. Ebden, W. A further reprint of No. 386.

In A COMPLETE COUNTY ATLAS OF ENGLAND & WALES .. . WITH ALL THE RAILROADS AND IMPROVEMENTS, PROJECTED OR COMPLETED JAMES DUNCAN . . . (1840). Fol.

The Grand Junction Railway is now shown on the map.

459. Pigot & Son. A further reprint of No. 387.

In PIGOT & COs BRITISH ATLAS . . . (1840.) Fol.

460. Creighton, R. A further reprint of No. 408.

In an atlas (without title-page) accompanying: —A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLAND . . . FOURTH EDITION . . . BY S. LEWIS M.DCCC.XL. 4to.

Railways are shown: — Manchester to Sheffield line. A list of Unions has been added, and the Union

Boundaries have been engraved on the map.

461. Scott, R. A further reprint of No. 427.

In THE PARLIAMENTARY GAZETTEER OF ENGLAND AND WALES.... LONDON, EDINBURGH, AND GLASGOW. A. FULLARTON AND CO. 1840. 8vo.

Railways had been added to some of the county maps.

462. Creighton, R. A further reprint of No. 440.

In A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLAND . . . FOURTH EDITION . . . BY S. LEWIS . . . . . . M.DCCC.XL. 4to.

The map of Hertfordshire was unchanged from 1835.

463. Walker, J. & C. A further reprint of No. 443.

In BRITISH ATLAS . . . 1840. Large fol.

1841

464. Smith, C. A further reprint of No. 287.

The maps are dated 1841 below the title and imprint. New railways added.

465. Cole, G/ T Dugdale. A further reprint of No. 300.

In CURIOSITIES OF GREAT BRITAIN. ENGLAND & WALES DELINEATED THOMAS DUGDALE . . . . LONDON: PUBLISHED BY JOHN TALLIS, 15, ST. JOHN'S LANE, SMITHFIELD. (c. 1841.) 8vo.

Railways from the South via Crewe to Warrington are now shown. An entry " Railway " with the appropriate symbol has been added to the "Explanation."

466. Schmollinger, W. A further reprint of No. 426.

In A COMPLETE AND UNIVERSAL DICTIONARY, BY THE REV. JAMES BARCLAY, ILLUSTRATED BY NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS & MAPS. REVISED BY W. DEWHIRST, ESQ., F.E.S.I. (No imprint.) (1841.) 4to.

"County returns.... Members" has been added below the reference to the hundreds. The former imprint has been removed. A plate number appears just below the title panel. Asterisks to denote parliamentary representation have been added to the respective towns. More railways are shown.

467. Walker, J. & C. A further reprint of No. 443.

In BRITISH ATLAS . . . PUBLISHED MARCH I, 1841, BY LONGMAN REES & CO. . . . & J. & C. WALKER, 9, CASTLE STREET, HOLBORN. Large fol.

This edition evidently used up some old plates. These maps bear the date 1835 in the imprint. The railways are as described in No. 456 with additional ones, entirely added by hand.

468. Archer, J.

In THE BRITISH MAGAZINE, AND MONTHLY REGISTER OF RELIGIOUS AND ECCLESIASTICAL . . . PAROCHIAL HISTORY . . . LONDON, T. CLERC SMITH, 13, HENRIETTA STREET, COVENT GARDEN, 1841. 8vo. 17 Maps.

Clearly printed maps of the dioceses, divided into Archdeaconries and Deaneries. They show rectories, vicarages, perpetual curacies, churches and chapels of ease.

The title, scale and the arms of the Bishop, the "Reference " and explanation of the symbols.

The border is formed by a thick line between two thin ones, with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude.

468a. Dower, John.

In BRADSHAW'S MANCHESTER JOURNAL. ..... 1841. 8vo.

Finely engraved maps, coloured in the two parliamentary divisions with the boroughs outlined by thin red lines, also showing towns (with the distances from London), villages, parks, hills, sands, rivers, canals, roads and railways.

The title with a table of parliamentary divisions, boroughs, polling places and places of election, the scale with statistical note below.

The border is formed by a thick line between two thin ones with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. Below the bottom border, on the right, the imprint.

1842

469. Cole, G / T Dugdale / J Archer. A further reprint of No. 300.

In CURIOSITIES OF GREAT BRITAIN. ENGLAND & WALES DELINEATED THOMAS DUGDALE . . . .. . . . . (c1842.) 8vo.

"Drawn & Engraved for Dugdales England & Wales Delineated" is added below the bottom border. This legend should only have been applied to a new series of maps by J. Archer (see No. 485 below).

470. Rowe, R. A further reprint of No. 327.

In NEW BRITISH ATLAS . . . HENRY TEESDALE . . . 1842. Fol.

The parliamentary divisions are no longer coloured in outline, otherwise the maps seems unchanged.

471. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 354.

In LEIGH'S NEW ATLAS OF ENGLAND & WALES......

Bound in with LEIGH'S NEW POCKET ROAD-BOOK OF ENGLAND & WALES . . . NINTH EDITION . . . G. BIGGS, SUCCESSOR TO LEIGH & SON, 421, STRAND, 1842. 16mo.

The maps are unchanged.

472. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 396.

In A TRAVELLING COUNTY ATLAS: WITH ALL THE COACH AND RAIL ROADS ACCURATELY LAID DOWN AND COLOURED, AND CAREFULLY CORRECTED TO THE. PRESENT TIME. ENGRAVED BY SIDNEY HALL. LONDON: CHAPMAN AND HALL, STRAND. MDCCCXLII. 8vo.

The parliamentary divisions are now outlined in distinctive colours. Railways are shown.

473. Teesdale, H. A reprint of No. 400.

In A NEW TRAVELLING ATLAS.....(1842). Small 4to.

A few scattered maps from this edition have appeared. Possible publisher was Teesdale his imprint at the bottom of the maps, has been removed. Plate numbers above the border, Railways depicted by single lines with cross-hatching have been added.

474. Creighton, R. A further reprint of No. 408.

In AN ATLAS COMPRISING MAPS OF THE SEVERAL COUNTIES DIVIDED INTO UNIONS . . . LONDON: PUBLISHED BY S. LEWIS AND CO., 87, HATTON GARDEN. ... 4to. 45 maps.

The Unions are now shown coloured in outline.

475. Schmollinger, W. A further reprint of No. 426.

In A COMPLETE AND UNIVERSAL DICTIONARY, BY THE REV. JAMES BARCLAY . . . (1842.) 4to.

The Manchester and Sheffield Railway is now shown.

476. Nichols, J. B. & Son. A re-issue of No.441.

In CAMDEN'S BRITANNIA EPITOMIZED AND CONTINUED; BEING A COMPENDIOUS ACCOUNT . LONDON: HENRY G. BOHN, YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN. (1842.) 12mo.

This is the same work as that in No. 441, but with a new title and publisher's name. Bohn was in the remainder trade from 1841, (assumed the above date).

477. Pigot & Son. A reprint of No. 442.

In A POCKET TOPOGRAPHY AND GAZETTEER OF ENGLAND . . . BY PIGOT & CO. . . . (1842.) 8vo. 40 maps.

Shows towns, villages, parks, rivers, canals, roads, railways,parliamentary divisions, a cross to indicate the north and the "Explanation." The border is formed by a thick line between two thin ones with a doub]e inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. At the top the border is broken by a lozenge containing the title; a similar lozenge in the bottom border accommodates the scale. Below the border, the imprint and the engraver's name. The backs are plain. It was reprinted in 1850.

478. Walker, J & C. A further reprint of No. 443.

In BRITISH ATLAS . . . 1842. Large fol.

Very rare issue.

479. Robson, William & Co.

Coarsely drawn map showing towns, villages, parks, parochial unions (outlined in red), polling places, places of election, hundreds (numbered), rivers, canals, roads and railways.

"Index of Reference to the Parochial Unions", the title, a star compass indicator with a table of" Reference to the Hundreds", the "Explanation" and the scale.

The border is formed by a thick line between two thin ones with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. Below the border, the imprint. I do not know the work, which this map may have accompanied. Messrs. Robson published directories of London and district.

480. Wyld, James

In WYLD'S ATLAS OF ENGLISH COUNTIES. LONDON, 1842. 4to.

The British Museum possesses several county maps, strongly resembling those in Cary's New and Correct English Atlas and bearing imprints as above. Chubb thought these might be from an atlas which was mentioned in an entry in The London Catalogue of Books published in Great Britain from 1814—1846. In atlas form, very rare.

1843

481. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 354.

In LEIGH'S NEW ATLAS OF ENGLAND & WALES

Bound in with LEIGH'S NEW POCKET ROAD-BOOK OF ENGLAND & WALES . . . TENTH EDITION . . . SOLD BY G. BIGGS, 421, STRAND. ORLANDO HODGSON, III, FLEET STREET. 1843. 16mo.

The maps are unchanged from the edition of 1840.

482. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 396.

In A TRAVELLING COUNTY ATLAS . . . BY S. HALL MDCCCXLIII. 8vo.

"Railway Stations marked thus (and the appropriate symbol)" has been added below the existing notes at the top. The "Manchester & Birmingham R. Rd," although never constructed, is here shown as though completed.

483. Scott, R A / A Fullerton. A further reprint of No. 427.

In THE PARLIAMENTARY GAZETTEER OF ENGLAND AND WALES. 1843. 8vo. 47 Maps.

Railways are shown as follows :— Line from the Potteries joining near Warford.

484. Walker, J. & C. A further reprint of No. 443.

In BRITISH ATLAS . . . 1843. Large fol.

The date in the imprint is 1843. The population figure has been increased to...... The following railways are now fully printed as well as coloured :— Manchester towards Sheffield, and in Lancashire lines as recent as the Preston & Bolton RY.

485. Archer, J / T Dugdale.

In CURIOSITIES OF GREAT BRITAIN. ENGLAND & WALES DELINEATED BY THOMAS DUGDALE . . . ASSISTED BY WILLIAM BURNETT....... PUBLISHED BY L. TALLIS, 3, JEWIN STREET, CITY. (1843.) 8vo. 58 Maps.

One of a new set of maps which very closely copied the G. Cole's maps which had been used to illustrate the 1838 edition of this work. It shows towns (with distances from London), villages, hundreds (numbered on the map), parks, polling places, hills, canals, rivers, roads and railways. The railways include :—the London & North Western main line via Crewe to Warrington.

List of hundreds, a table of " Explanation" the title and scale.

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine ones with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. Below the border, the imprints. The backs are plain.

It was reprinted in 1843, 1848 and 1855.

486. Archer, J. A reprint of No. 485.

In CURIOSITIES OF GREAT BRITAIN................................

1844

487. Pigot & Son. A further reprint of No. 387.

In PIGOT & COs BRITISH ATLAS . . . I. SLATER, PRINTER, FOUNTAIN STREET, MANCHESTER. (1844.) Fol.

The maps are unchanged from the issue of 1838.

488. Creighton, R. A further reprint of No. 408.

In ATLAS TO THE TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES . . . LONDON: PUBLISHED BY S. LEWIS AND Co., 13, FINSBURY PLACE, SOUTH. M.DCCC.XLIV. 4to.

This atlas accompanied the fifth edition of the Dictionary. The maps are unchanged from the preceding issue.

489. Walker, J. & C. A further reprint of No. 443.

In BRITISH ATLAS . . . 1844 . . . Large fol.

The date in the imprint is altered to 1844.

1845

490. Miller, R / R. Ramble. A further reprint of No. 319.

In REUBEN RAMBLE'S TRAVELS THROUGH THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND DARTON AND CLARK, 58, HOLBORN HILL. (1845.) 4to. 40 maps.

A lithographic impression of R. Miller's map. The titles are now........ without a lozenge, and the imprint and plate number are also omitted. Railways have been added. The map now occupies the centre of a 4to page surrounded by vignette pictures and pastoral scenes, etc.

491. Ebden, W. A further reprint of No. 386.

In A COMPLETE COUNTY ATLAS OF ENGLAND & WALES . . . (1845.) Fol.

There is a copy of this edition of the atlas in the University Library, Cambridge, in which the maps are unchanged from that described in No. 458.

492. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 396.

In A TRAVELLING COUNTY ATLAS . . . S. HALL . . . 1845. 8vo.

The railways have been added by hand.

493. Hall, S. Another edition of No. 396.

In A TRAVELLING COUNTY ATLAS . . . S. HALL . . . 1845. 8vo.

The previously shown "Manchester & Birmingham R. Rd" has been erased.

494. Creighton, R. A further reprint of No. 408.

In ATLAS TO THE TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES . . . S. LEWIS AND CO M.DCCC.XLV. 4to.

This atlas accompanied the sixth edition of the Dictionarv of England. The Longdendale section of the Manchester and Sheffield line is now shown to be on the Derbyshire side of the valley.

495. Scott, H. A further reprint of No. 427.

In THE PARLIAMENTARY GAZETTEER . . . LONDON, EDINBURGH, AND DUBLIN: A. FULLARTON AND CO. 1845. 8vo.

The imprint is shortened to "Archd Fullarton & Co." only.

496. Becker. F. P., & Co.

In FISHER'S COUNTY ATLAS OF ENGLAND AND WALES. COMPILED FROM AUTHENTIC SURVEYS, AND CORRECTED TO THE PRESENT TIME. WITH A TOPOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL DESCRIPTION OF EACH COUNTY FISHER, SON & Co., CAXTON PRESS, ANGEL STREET, ST. MARTIN'S-LE-GRAND, LONDON; POST-OFFICE PLACE, LIVERPOOL; PICCADILLY, MANCHESTER. (1845.) Large 4to. 48 Maps.

Hill-shaded maps with the two county parliamentary divisions outlined in colour. It shows towns (with distances from London), villages, parks (coloured green), canals, rivers, railways, roads, places of election and polling places. The canals, main roads and railways are continued beyond the county boundary to the border of the map.

The title, scale, and a note that "The County returns... Members to Parliament for the County and... for ...Boroughs."

The border is formed by a thick line between two thin ones and a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. Below the bottom border, left, the draughts-man's name; right, the engraver's name; centre, the imprint. The backs are plain.

1846

497. Pigot & Son. A further reprint of No. 387.

In SLATER'S NEW BRITISH ATLAS . . . PUBLISHED BY ISAAC SLATER (LATE PIGOT & SLATER), FLEET STREET, LONDON, AND FOUNTAIN STREET, MANCHESTER. (1846.) Fol.

The imprints now read" Published by I. Slater, Fleet Street, London, & Fountain Street, Manchester" and "Engraved on Steel by I. Slater, Manchester." The railways include also the never-constructed Manchester and Birmingham Railroad, have now been erased.

498. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 396.

In A TRAVELLING COUNTY ATLAS...... S. HALL . . . 1846. 8vo.

Many additions have been made to the railways, the "Chester & Wolverhampton Ri," Many of these were merely projects at the above date and some were never constructed.

499. Scott, R. A further reprint of No. 427.

In THE PARLIAMENTARY GAZETTEER OF ENGLAND AND WALES.....1846. 8vo.

Rear edition.

500. Walker, J. & C. A further reprint of No. 443.

In BRITISH ATLAS . . . 1846 . . . Large fol.

The date in the imprint is altered to 1846. Many railways have been added by hand; some of them were only projected at this date and were not constructed until very much later.

1847

501. Pigot & Son. A further reprint of No. 387.

In SLATER'S NEW BRITISH ATLAS . . . (1847.) Fol.

New railways shown.

501a. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 396.

In A TRAVELLING COUNTY ATLAS . . . S. HALL . . . 1847. 8vo.

The maps are unchanged from the issue of 1846 (No. 498).

502. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 396.

In A NEW COUNTY ATLAS: WITH ALL THE COACH AND RAIL ROADS ACCURATELY LAID DOWN AND COLOURED. CAREFULLY CORRECTED TO THE END OF THE SESSIONS OF 1846. ENGRAVED BY S. HALL. LONDON: CHAPMAN AND HALL, STRAND. MDCCCXLVII. 4to.

The maps seems to be the issue of 1845 with the additions noted in No. 498 put in by hand.

503. Johnson, Thomas.

In JOHNSON'S ATLAS OF ENGLAND; WITH ALL THE RAILWAYS CONTAINING FORTY-TWO SEPARATE MAPS OF THE COUNTIES AND ISLANDS. MANCHESTER. PUBLISHED BY THOS. JOHNSON. 1847. 4to.

41 Maps on 42 sheets.

Roughly drawn lithographic maps showing towns, villages, boundaries of the hundreds, canals, rivers, roads and railways.

the arms of ...; the title in a lozenge, a note on railway stations, and the scale.

The border is formed by a triple line with a double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. The space between the lines is roughly hatched.

1848

504. Smith, C. A further reprint of No. 287.

There are now no date on the maps. The railways have been brought up to date and included completed lines .

505. Rowe, R. A further reprint of No. 327.

The cover bears the title ENGLAND DEPICTED IN A SERIES OF SPLENDIDLY FULL-COLOURED MAPS. . . . PUBLISHED FOR THE PROPRIETORS BY H. G. COLLINS, 22, PATERNOSTER ROW. (c. 1848.)

A considerable amount of foliated ornamentation has been introduced into the borders, at the corners and middle of each side. Below the border, the imprint now reads" London, Published for the Proprietors by H. G. Collins, 22, Paternoster Row." Railways, whether completed or projected, are shown as thick black lines.

506. Dix, T. A further reprint of No. 342.

The imprint, below the bottom borders, has been removed. The number of inhabitants is altered to......which is taken from the census of 1841. Railways have been added up to date.

507. Pigot & Son. A further reprint of No. 387.

In SLATER'S NEW BRITISH ATLAS . . . (1848.) Fol.

508. Pigot & Son. A further reprint of No. 387.

In SLATER'S (LATE PIGOT & CO.) ROYAL NATIONAL COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY AND TOPOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTIES OF CHESTER, CUMBERLAND, DURHAM, LANCASTER, NORTHUMBERLAND, WESTMORLAND AND YORKSHIRE . . . PUBLISHED BY ISAAC SLATER, FOUNTAIN STREET, MANCHESTER AND FLEET STREET, LONDON. 1848. 8vo.

The railways now include the projected (but never constructed) line from Wardle towards Market Drayton.

509. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 396.

In A TRAVELLING COUNTY ATLAS . . . S. HALL . . . 1848. 8vo.

The maps are unchanged from the issue of 1846.

509a. Teesdale, H. A further reprint of No. 400.

In THE TRAVELLING ATLAS, OF ENGLAND & WALES, WITH ALL THE RAILWAYS & COACHROADS, THE CITIES, TOWNS, PARKS, & GENTLEMEN'S SEATS . . . LONDON. PUBLISHED (FOR THE PROPRIETORS) BY HENRY GEORGE COLLINS, 22, PATERNOSTER ROW. (c. 1848.) Small 4to.

A lithographed therefore slightly enlarged reprint of Teesdale's small maps of 1830. The sizes are now 7 1/8 x 5 1/2 ins. The hatched panel around the lozenge bearing the title is omitted. The original border is erased and a new one composed of three lines added. Below the border is the imprint, "London, Published for the Proprietors by H. G. Collins, 22, Paternoster Row." The counties are coloured. Railways are shown by thick black lines A thin line from Nether Alderley to Talk indicates the course of the projected but never constructed Manchester and Birmingham Railway.

510. Creighton, R. A further reprint of No. 408.

In ATLAS TO THE TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES . . . S. LEWIS AND CO. . . . M.DCCC.XLVIII. 4to.

This atlas accompanied the seventh and last edition of the Dictionary.

The list of Unions has been increased from 14 to 15. The new railways shown.

511. Schmollinger, W. A further reprint of No. 426.

In A COMPLETE AND UNIVERSAL DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE . . . BY THE REV. JAMES BARCLAY. A NEW EDITION, ENLARGED . . . BY B. B. WOODWARD B.A. LONDON. GEORGE VIRTUE, 26, IVY LANE, PATERNOSTER ROW. (1848.) 4to.

The preface of the work is dated November 1848. The maps seems unchanged from the issue of 1842.

512. Scott, R. A further reprint of No. 427.

In THE PARLIAMENTARY GAZETTEER OF ENGLAND AND WALES..................1848. 8vo.

The maps seems unchanged from No. 495.

513. Archer, J. A reprint of No. 485.

In CURIOSITIES OF GREAT BRITAIN. ENGLAND & WALES DELINEATED.... L. TALLIS. LONDON, EDINBURGH & DUBLIN. (1848.)

The imprint (referring to Dugdale's England & Wales) of the 1843 issue is removed but the engraver's name remains. Many more railways have been added, some of which, however, were only projected and never constructed. As they vary on different maps of the same edition. The hundreds are faintly outlined in colour..

514. Ensile John / J. Reynold.

In REYNOLDS'S TRAVELLING ATLAS OF ENGLAND: WITH ALL THE RAILWAY STATIONS ACCURATELY LAID DOWN . . . LONDON: SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, & CO. STATIONERS COURT; AND JAMES REYNOLDS, 174 STRAND, 1848. 8vo. 32 Maps.

The maps show the parliamentary divisions coloured in outline, towns (with distances from London), villages, parks, canals, rivers, roads and railways.

A cross as compass indicator, the title, a note re railways and the scale. The border consists of two fine lines with a fine inner line. Below the border, the engraver's name, imprint and plate numbers.

It was reprinted in 1854, 1860, twice in 1864, and again in 1889.

1849.

515. Walker, J. & C. A further reprint of No. 443.

In BRITISH ATLAS...............1849.........Large fol.

The imprint from now on is without a date.

1850

515a. Rowe, R. A further reprint of No. 327.

Additional railways are shown.

516. Hall, S. A further reprint of No. 396.

In A TRAVELLING COUNTY ATLAS . . . S. HALL . . . (1850.) 8vo.

Railways have been revised. The completed railways (coloured red in the atlas) now include the line from the "North Staffordshe Railway" to Sandbach.

517. Teesdale, H. A further reprint of No. 400.

In THE TRAVELLING ATLAS, OF ENGLAND & WALES. HENRY GEORGE COLLINS . . . (1850.) 4to and 8vo.

A number of railway lines shown which at this date were premature.

518. Schmollinger, W. A further reprint of No. 426.

In A COMPLETE AND UNIVERSAL DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE . . . BY THE REV. JAMES BARCLAY . . . GEORGE VIRTUE, IVY LANE, PATERNOSTER ROW. (1850.) 4to.

The preface of the work is still dated 1848, A number of railway lines brought up to date.

519. Pigot & Son. A further reprint of No. 442.

In A POCKET TOPOGRAPHY AND GAZETTEER OF ENGLAND . . . BY PIGOT & CO. . . . (1850.) 8vo.

A number of railway lines brought up to date.

520. Walker, J. & C. A further reprint of No. 443.

In HOBSON'S FOX-HUNTING ATLAS; CONTAINING SEPARATE MAPS OF EVERY COUNTY IN ENGLAND . . . BY J. & C. WALKER. LONDON: PUBLISHED BY J. & C. WALKER, 9, CASTLE STREET, HOLBORN. (c1850.) Fol. 42 Maps.

A lithographic reproduction of the maps, as in the 1849 issue of the British Atlas, especially prepared for this Fox-Hunting Atlas. Two plate numbers are added to the sheet, for folio and royal folio binding respectively. Under the title is added a large black dot and "Places of Meeting of Foxhounds." The hunts are coloured in outline and the places of the meets are shown on the maps by large black dots. The names of the hunts are printed in dark blue letters a good 3/16 in. in height.

Ouote from John Speed, "I haue put my sickle into other mens corne."

Works of Reference.

Fordham (Sir H.G). Maps their History..............................................1927
Radford (P.J.). Antique Maps..........................................................1971
Chubb (T.). The Printed Maps........................................................1927
Whitaker (H.). A Descriptive List of the Printed Maps of...................ca1940
Skelton (R.A.). County Atlases...................................................... 1970
Tooley (R.V.). Maps and Map-Makers............................................. 1978

The Map Collector. Nos. 1-74.<br />

And others.

A Guide to Antique Atlases: Dated 1577 - 1799

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