The map of Ireland :
with the exact dimensions of the provinces therein contained, and those againe divided into their severall counties,. With the names of all the townes and places great and small alphabettically set downe. So that if your desire to find out any village or small place, look in the alphabet, and you shall see in what province anc county it is in, being a speedy way for those that are ignorant in finding out of townes in the map of Ireland. As also the high-wayes and roads from all the sea-towns, parishes and market-townes, great and small, throughout every province, and the whole land, is briefly set down by a surveyor thereof John Woodhouse.
|Main Creator:||Woodhouse, John.|
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London : printed by M. Simmons, for Tho: Jenner, and are to be sold at the south-entrance of the Royall Exchange, 1653.
The "High-wayes and Roads" referred to on the t.p. are not 4to. in this copy, but sm. 8vo., the sheets A 1-4 being bound in at end unfolded.
The tp. is "A Guide for Strangers in the Kingdome of Ireland," etc., pr. for J. Rothwell, 1647.
Bound with: A guide for strangers in the Kingdom of Ireland : wherein the high-wayes and roads ... is truely set down ... as also a map of Ireland, and the townes thereof alphabetically printed ... and ... a true relation of the bloody massacres ... and ... outrages committed upon the Protestants ... / John Woodhouse. John Rothwell, 1647. (small and 8vo, unfolded).
Physical description: 31, , 4 p.,  folded leaf of plates : map ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), W3465
Other title: Summary relation of the benefits and accomodations that hath been enacted, ordained and granted to all such as have adventured for lands in Ireland, being forfeited.
Other title: Returns of the surveys from Ireland. The names of the provinces, coutnies, and barronies, in which each mans lot doth lye.
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