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Carington Bowles Road Maps for Paterson's Itinerary c1785.

Carington Bowles Road Maps for Paterson's Itinerary c1785.

by Paterson, Captain Daniel

Paterson Small Road Maps, two vertical strip maps c1785, from Ingatestone through Chelmsford and Witham and Kelvedon, Colchester, Ardley to Wignel Street and Little Bromley. On the reverse are road maps from London through Upton, Brentwood, Rumford.. and to Norwich in Norfolk. Buy either this map or the previous, and you will receive the reverse maps as well.. two for the price of one.

Rare little copperplate engraved road maps of Regency England from Paterson’s British Itinerary: Being A new and accurate Delineation and Description of the Direct and Principal Crofs (Cross) ROADS of Great Britain. by Daniel Paterson, Esq.(1793-1825). Printed for the Proprietor Carington Bowles (1724-1793). Published in London c1785.

Paterson's wonderful little refidex showed the Direct Roads from London to all the Cities, Borough, Market, and Sea-Port Towns; shewing the Diftance from each City, Town, or Village, to the next on the fame Road; with their Diftance from London, and an Account of the remarkable Seats that are near the Road. “The Whole on a Plan entirely new, and far preferable to any Work of the Kind extant” - as stated by Captain Daniel Paterson, assistant to the Quarter-Master-General of His Majefty’s Forces.

Strip Road maps, two engraved within 16 x 8.5cm (6.1/4 x 3.5/8 inches) border, on each small 18.5 x 11.5cm (7.1/2 x 4.1/2 inches) page, with both sides of the page engraved - so two for the price of one.

Stock Number: amukP.125-6Price: $165.00

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