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The continuation of ye extended road from Barstable to Truro
- Ogilby, John, 1600-1676
- [London : J. Ogilby, 1675]
- Relief shown pictorially and with hachures. Strip map, showing road in 6 segments, with numbered distances along road. "Plate ye 3d. & last. Comenceing at Hatherley in Com. Devonshire & extending to Truro in Commitatis Cornub. Containing 73 miles 1 furlongs vizt.: From Hatherley to Ivy ... to Newport ... to Hall Drunkard ... to Cambleford ... to St. Indullion ... to Padstow ... to St. Colomb ... to St. Michaell ... to Truro ... " From: Britannia, volume the first, or, An illustration of the Kingdom of England and dominion of Wales. London : Printed by the author ..., 1675. Inside lower right border: 34. Plate is numbered, indicating it is probably from the 1st ed., 3d issue of Britannia. cf. M. Schuchard, A descriptive bibliography of the works of John Ogilby and William Morgan.
- Roads—England—Cornwall—Maps—Early works to 1800, Maps—England—Cornwall—1675, and Strip maps—England—Cornwall—1675
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