Cary's new and correct English atlas :
being a new set of county maps from actual surveys : exhibiting all the direct & principal cross roads, cities, towns, and most considerable villages, parks, rivers, navigable canals &c. : preceded by a general map of south Britain, shewing the connexion of one map with another : also a general description of each county and directions for the junction of the roads from one county to another.
|Main Creator:||Cary, John, approximately 1754-1835, cartographer.|
Relief shown by hachures.
Engraved title page.
Includes lists of market and borough towns, with market days and distances from London, principal post and sub-post towns with their receiving houses and times of arrival and departure, and index to the routes.
Physical description: 1 atlas (4 unnumbered pages, 12 pages, 45 unnumbered leaves, 4 pages, 47 unnumbered leaves of plates) : 47 hand colored maps ; 33 cm
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