Cary's new English atlas : being a complete set of county maps, from actual surveys, corresponding in size with his general atlas; on which are particularly delineated those roads which were measured by order of the right honourable the Postmaster-General, by John Cary, as well as others, both direct and cross; rivers, navigable canals, parks, heaths, commons, &c. &c. Exhibiting also the whole of the market and borough towns, parishes, and hamlets, as well as places of inferior note. To which is added a copious index, containing reference to the hundreds &c. in which the places are situated, the number of houses, the population, and the amount of the poor rates paid by each, as stated in the returns made to Parliament.

Author
Cary, John, approximately 1754-1835 [Browse]
Format
Map
Language
English
Published/​Created
London : Printed for J. Cary, engraver and map-seller, No. 181 near Norfok [sic] Street, Strand, 1809.
Description
  • 39 p., 46 maps ; 56 cm.
  • Scales differ.

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Notes
  • Double title page.
  • Imperfect: all plates wanting.
Scale
Scales differ.
References
Chubb, Thomas. Printed maps in the atlases of Great Britain and Ireland, cccxxxiii.
Place name(s)
England London.
Other title(s)
New English atlas.
OCLC
4215511
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