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The imperial map of England & Wales according to the ordnance survey, with the latest additions, shewing clearly every feature of the country, railways and their stations, roads, canals, rivers, gentlemen’s seats [sheet 4 verso]
- Bartholomew, John, 1831-1893
- London : Fullarton, [1868?]
Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. At bottom of each sheet: drawn & engraved by John Bartholomew F.R.G.S. Each sheet originally dissected in 36 pieces, mounted on cloth, and folded in covers 15 x 10 cm. In upper margin: Imperial map of England & Wales. Historic Maps is missing some of the sheets. Historic Maps copy: In upper margin of sheet 11: Large map of England & Wales. Historic Maps copy: Sheets 14 and 15 have label pasted over statement of responsibility: Letts, Son & Co., Limited, map publishers, and agents by appointment for the sale of the ordnance and geoglogical survey maps, 33, King William Street, London.
- England and Wales
- England—Maps, Wales—Maps, Maps—England—1868, and Maps—Wales—1868
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- Princeton: Historic Map Division, Special Collections, Firestone Library
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