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Cary, John
New Cross to Maidstone.
1790
National Atlas
Authors Cary, John
Full Title New Cross to Maidstone.
Note Linear color maps showing features along the way. North arrow on each map.
Cary, John
Lewisham to Tunbridge Wells.
1790
National Atlas
Authors Cary, John
Full Title Lewisham to Tunbridge Wells.
Note Linear color maps showing features along the way. North arrow on each map.
Cary, John
London to East Grinsted.
1790
National Atlas
Authors Cary, John
Full Title London to East Grinsted.
Note Linear color maps showing features along the way. North arrow on each map.
Cary, John
Newington to Ryegate.
1790
National Atlas
Authors Cary, John
Full Title Newington to Ryegate.
Note Linear color maps showing features along the way. North arrow on each map.
Cary, John
Tooting to Dorking.
1790
National Atlas
Authors Cary, John
Full Title Tooting to Dorking.
Note Linear color maps showing features along the way. North arrow on each map.
Cary, John
Leatherhead to Guildford, Lo …
1790
National Atlas
Authors Cary, John
Full Title Leatherhead to Guildford, London to Guildford.
Note Linear color maps showing features along the way. North arrow on each map.
Cary, John
Hampton Court to Staines.
1790
National Atlas
Authors Cary, John
Full Title Hampton Court to Staines.
Note Linear color maps showing features along the way. North arrow on each map.
Cary, John
London to Richmond.
1790
National Atlas
Authors Cary, John
Full Title London to Richmond.
Note Linear color maps showing features along the way. North arrow on each map.
Cary, John
Covers: Cary's Survey of the …
1790
National Atlas
Authors Cary, John
Full Title (Covers to) Cary's Survey of the High Roads From London to ... On a Scale of one Inch to a Mile, wherein Every Gentleman's Seat, situate on, or seen from the Road, (however distant) are laid down, with the name of the Possessor, to which is added The Number of Inns on each separate route, also, the different Turnpike Gates, shewing The Connection which one trust has with another. London: Printed for J. Cary, Engraver & Map seller, the corner of Arundel Street, Strand. July 1st, 1790.
Note Quarter light brown leather binding with marbled green boards. Corners of light brown leather. Cary's High Roads printed in gilt on spine.
Cary, John
Title Page: Cary's Survey of …
1790
National Atlas
Authors Cary, John
Full Title (Title Page to) Cary's Survey of the High Roads From London to ... On a Scale of one Inch to a Mile, wherein Every Gentleman's Seat, situate on, or seen from the Road, (however distant) are laid down, with the name of the Possessor, to which is added The Number of Inns on each separate route, also, the different Turnpike Gates, shewing The Connection which one trust has with another. London: Printed for J. Cary, Engraver & Map seller, the corner of Arundel Street, Strand. July 1st, 1790.
Note Maps in color showing roads with houses, rivers, hills, heaths and commons, and gentlemens' seats.
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