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CREIGHTON, Roger, 1796-1838 : CAMBRIDGESHIRE.
[London : 1831 (or later)]. A neat and clear antique map of Cambridgeshire, compiled by Roger Creighton and engraved by the admiralty engravers John and Charles Walker. Originally produced for the "Topographical Dictionary" published by Samuel Lewis of Aldersgate in 1831.
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[ENGLISH SCHOOL] : CAMBRIDGE SHIRE.
[London : by John Nutt, sold by John Morphew, 1715]. An attractive engraved distance table for the county of Cambridgeshire, giving distances from Cambridge, Biggleswade, Ely, Huntingdon, Newmarket, Royston, Thetford, Wisbech and eighteen further towns. Decorated with arms of Cambridge, both town and university. Originally produced for the serially published "Magna Britannia et Hibernia, Antiqua et Nova" (London : 1714-1731).
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FINDLAY, Alexander George, 1812-1875 : PLAN OF THE UNIVERSITY AND TOWN OF CAMBRIDGE.
[London : David Bogue, 1845]. A neatly worked town plan of nineteenth-century Cambridge, decorated with the arms of the colleges. A keyed index identifies thirty-eight of the principal buildings, etc. Engraved by John le Keux (1783-1846) from a drawing by Alexander George Findlay. Originally produced for the Le Keux part-work series “Memorials of Cambridge” (London : 1841-1842) and here in a slightly later impression.
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[MOULE, Thomas, 1784-1851] : UNIVERSITY AND TOWN OF CAMBRIDGE.
[London : George Virtue, 1834]. An attractive town-plan decorated with the coats of arms of the city and the colleges, and a vignette view of Trinity. Originally engraved by John Crane Dower (1791?-1847) in 1834 for Moule’s “English Counties Delineated” series (London : 1830-1837).
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[READ, Thomas & ROCQUE, John] : CAMBRIDGE SHIRE.
[London : for the Authors, by Adlard & Browne, 1770]. An attractive eighteenth-century map of the county from a series originally published by the printer Thomas Read between 1743 and 1746 under the title "The English Traveller" and revised by the surveyor John Rocque (fl.1734-1762) for his "Small English Atlas" in 1753. The present issue is dated to 1770.
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WALKER, J. & C. (WALKER, John, 1787-1873 & WALKER, Charles, fl.1821-1873) : CAMBRIDGESHIRE.
London : Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Co., [ca.1860]. A clearly engraved map of the county from the Admiralty engravers John & Charles Walker on a scale of approximately three and one third miles to the inch – particular attention being given to the newly built railways. Originally published in 1835, but here in a later and updated version.
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