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This is a detailed map of the county with pleasing original colour from James Duncan's "A New Atlas Of England And Wales ..." that was published in 1833. The atlas in which the map appeared describes itself as "Consisiting Of A Set Of Large County Travelling Maps, Divided Into Hundreds; With The Cities, Towns Villages, Roads, Rivers, Canals, &c. Accurately Laid Down From The Latest Surveys; And Containing Also The New District Divisions, Polling Places, Disfranchised And Enfranchised Boroughs, &c. Agreeably To The Provisions Of The Reform Bill; Thereby Exhibiting on The Map Of Each County Both Its Present And Former State Of Parliamentary Representation." The maps were engraved by Hoare and Reeves and form a geographical record of the recent parliamentary reforms.
mapmaker: J. Duncan
place and date of publication: London 1833
medium and colour: copperplate, Original colourref: 32461
size in mm: 355 by 430mm (14 by 17 inches).
Price: £ 120
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