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Lecestriæ : comitatus sive Leicestershyre pars olim Coritanorum
- Saxton, Christopher, 1542?-
- [London : George Bishop and John Norton, ca. 1620]
- Imprint derived from the atlas in which this state of the map was first issued. Differs from earlier state by the additions of a compass rose and a plate number, sometime between 1610 and 1622 : numbered 24. Shows hundred boundaries, rivers, woods, parks and settlements. List of hundreds. Relief shown pictorially.
- Leicestershire (England)—Maps—Early works to 1800, County maps—England—Leicestershire—1637, and Maps—England—Leicestershire—1637
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