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GARDNER, Thomas : THE ROAD FROM GLOCESTER TO MONTGOMEY [sic] NORTH WALES BY THO. GARDNER CONTAINING 70 MILES 3 FURLONGS ...
[London : for J. Tonson & J. Watts, 1718]. A delightfully engraved scroll-style road map from the scarce early set of road maps published as “A Pocket Guide to the English Traveller”. The road from Gloucester via Huntley, Lea, Ross-on-Wye, Much Birch, Hereford, Birley, Pembridge, Presteigne, Knighton and Clun to Montgomery. The map is dedicated to the Hon. George Caswal.
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MORDEN, Robert, fl.1668-1703 [& MOLL, Herman, fl.1678-1732] : HEREFORD SHIRE.
[London : for Caesar Ward & Richard Chandler, 1739]. An attractive and unusual antique map of the county. Although probably produced by Robert Morden in the early 1690s, this series of maps was not published until 1701. Soon after Morden’s death in 1703 they were overhauled, revised and given a distinctively different look by the German-born engraver Herman Moll (fl.1678-1732). In this revised form they remained in print for many years, although only Morden’s name ever appears on the maps themselves. The present edition is dated to 1739.
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WALKER, J. & C. (WALKER, John, 1787-1873 & WALKER, Charles, fl.1821-1873) : HEREFORDSHIRE.
London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Co., [ca.1860]. A clearly engraved map of the county from the Admiralty engravers John & Charles Walker on a scale of something under three 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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