Map Of London - Cross's London Guide 1844 MAPCO

Map Of London - Cross's London Guide 1844

Kilburn Wells & Grand Junction Canal Primrose Hill, Portland Town, St. John's Wood, Lord's New Cricket Ground, Regent's Park & Botanic Gardens Camden Town, Regent's Park, Regents Canal, St Pancras, Somers Town, North Western Railway Depot, Coliseum, Diorama, Euston Square, & Tottenham Court Road Islington, Pentonville, Regents Canal, & New River Head Islington, Kingsland, Regent's Canal, Hoxton, Hackney Road, & Shoreditch Hackney, Regent's Canal, Victoria Park, Globe Town, & Bethnal Green Victoria Park, & Oldford
Grand Junction Canal, Great Western Railway Depot, Paddington, Kensington Gardens, & Kensington Gore Edgeware Road, Paddington, The Uxbridge Road, Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, Hyde Park Corner, Park Lane, Grosvenor Square, Knightsbridge, & Belvrave Square Portland Place, Oxford Street, Regent Street, Piccadilly, Green Park, The Queen's Palace, Pall Mall, St. James's Park, Trafalgar Square, Charing Cross, Strand, Whitehall, Westminster, Houses Of Parliament, & The River Thames Grays Inn, Holborn Hill, Charter House, West Smithfield, Aldersgate, Ludgate Hill, St. Paul's Cathedral, Cheapside, Poultry, Waterloo Bridge, Blackfriars Bridge, Southwark Bridge, & Southwark Finsbury Square, Bishopsgate Street, Houndsditch, Cornhill, Aldgate, White Chapel, East Smithfield, The Tower, St. Catharine's Dock, London Dock, & Bermondsey Bethnal Green, Mile End, Stepney, London Dock, Limehouse, The River Thames, & Rotherhithe Tower Hamlets Cemetery, Limehouse, West India Dock, & The River Thames
Earl's Court, Old Brompton, London & Westminster Cemetery, & Chelsea Park Old Brompton, Brompton, Chelsea, & Pimlico Pimlico, Millbank, The River Thames, Vauxhall Gardens, & Lambeth Lambeth, Newington, & Walworth Newington, Walworth, & Old Kent Road Seven Islands, London & Greenwich Railway, & Deptford Lower Road The River Thames, Limehouse Hole, & The Kings Dock Yard

The Map

Full Title:
Cross's London Guide
J. Cross, 18, Holborn Hill, Opposite Furnivals Inn.
72cm x 43.7cm (28½" x 17¼")
3½" : 1 statute mile
Islington - Limehouse - Walworth - Kensington.

Hand coloured folding map of London, dissected and mounted on linen. Paper label adhered to endpaper reads "John Betts, Map Publisher, 115 Strand".

Title set in top border. Explanation of colours and imprint set in bottom border. The railways entering London are coloured blue.

No date on map. Moorgate Street and location of Hungerford Bridge shown, confirming this edition as Howgego No. 360 (2).

Map divided into half mile squares and margins lettered and numbered for reference. References to Public Buildings, Exhibitions &c., Theatres, Police Offices, and Miscellaneous Buildings below bottom margin. Decorative motifs at corners.

The bottom margin includes the map price "In Sheet 2s/6d", and "In Case 4s/-"

Lacking slipcase. A fine example of this map.

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