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Samuel Johnson (1709-1784)




FEATURED MAPCO MAP OF LONDON
~ Map Of London 1868, By Edward Weller, F.R.G.S. ~
Map Of London 1868, By Edward Weller, F.R.G.S.

This is one of the largest maps to be displayed on the MAPCO website. The detail is amazing. Cassell, Petter & Galpin, who had previously published the map in 1863, declared that their "large map of London, as well as being the largest, is universally admitted to be the best map of London ever produced". This highly detailed map is on a very large scale of 9" to 1 Statute Mile.

This map has its own domain name:

london1868.com

Chosen because it is simple to remember, this is an easy way to access the map directly.

The map can still be reached via the MAPCO website. Similarly the MAPCO website can still be accessed through the Map Of London 1868 website. The map is still part of the MAPCO : Map And Plan Collection Online website.

Do take a look at this wonderful map. The detail is truly stunning!








London 100s - 2nd Century

Map Of Roman London
Post AD190


Plan of Roman London - Post AD190



Full Title:
Year: After AD190
Publisher: Cassell and Company, Limited. London, Paris and Melbourne. 1897.
Date:
1897
Source: Taken from "Old and New London. A Narrative of Its History, Its People, And Its Places. Illustrated with numerous Engravings from the most Authentic Sources. The City, Ancient And Modern", by Walter Thornbury. Vol. I. 1897.
Notes: A 19th century plan of Roman London, after the destruction of Londinium by the forces of Boudica circa AD62.

This late 19th century map of London records the main features of Roman London. Various sources are cited by Thornbury in relation to the creation of this plan.

The Romans built a defensive wall around the landward side of the city of Londinium sometime between 190 and 225. This map of Roman London shows London Wall, thus dating it post AD190.


London 1500s - 16th Century

Map Of London
c1560


Civitas Londinum c1560



Full Title:
Map-Maker:
Attributed to Ralph Agas c1560
Publisher:
This facsimile published by Adams And Francis, London
Date:
1874
Size:
75cm x 185cm (29½" x 72¾")
Scale:
c.28" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
Finsbury Field - Aldgate - Bankside - St. James's Park
Description:
Engraved and Published from the Agas map held in the Guildhall Library. Paper on linen, but not dissected, folded unevenly. Includes reference letters and numbers on many buildings, but there is no key to these. Includes notes by W.H. Overall, F.S.A., Librarian To The Corporation Of London.

Map Of London
c1560


The City Of London As In Queen Elizabeth's Time



Full Title:
Map Maker:
John Strype
Date:
1720
Size:
45cm x 17.5cm (19½" x 9")
Source:
Engraved for Stow's Survey of London (1720). See (2) below for details.
Extent:
Moorfields - Limehouse - St Georges, Southwark - St James's Park.
Description:
Original engraved print on paper with later hand colouring. In excellent condition.

Based on a map of London attributed to Ralph Agas. Refer to Howgego No. 2 (a) for details of Hatton's version of this map.

Map Of Charing Cross 1578

Click Here To View The Map Of The Village Of Charing 1578



Full Title:
Map Maker:
John Thomas Smith
Date:
1578
Source:
Taken from "Antiquities Of The City Of Westminster" by John Thomas Smith, 1807; containing "Sixty-Two Additional Plates To Smiths Antiquities Of Westminster" by John Thomas Smith, c1809.
Publisher:
London. Published as the Act directs, February 24th, 1808, by John Thomas Smith, No. 31, Castle Street East, Oxford Street.
Plate Size:
19.8cm x 26.5cm (7¾" x 10¼" Approx)
Extent:
Hedge Lane - Strand - Scotland Yard - St James's Park
Notes:
Copied from Agas's Map Published 1578, centred on Charing Cross.

The caption below the map reads:

The Village Of Charing, &c.: From Radulphus Aggas's Map, Taken In The Reign Of Queen Elizabeth, 1578.

Map Of Strand 1578

Click Here To View The Map Of The Strand And Covent Garden 1578



Full Title:
Map Maker:
John Thomas Smith
Date:
1578
Source:
Taken from "Antiquities Of The City Of Westminster" by John Thomas Smith, 1807; containing "Sixty-Two Additional Plates To Smiths Antiquities Of Westminster" by John Thomas Smith, c1809.
Publisher:
London. Published as the Act directs, June 29, 1809, by John Thomas Smith, No. 4, Polygon, Somers Town.
Plate Size:
20.5cm x 26.8cm (8" x 10½" Approx)
Notes:
The caption below the map reads:

Copied from Aggas's Map Published 1578.

Map Of Westminster 1578

Click Here To View Plan Of Part Of The City Of Westminster 1578



Full Title:
Map Maker:
John Thomas Smith
Date:
1578
Source:
Taken from "Antiquities Of The City Of Westminster" by John Thomas Smith, 1807; containing "Sixty-Two Additional Plates To Smiths Antiquities Of Westminster" by John Thomas Smith, c1809.
Publisher:
London. Published as the Act directs, December 26th, 1807, by John Thomas Smith, No. 31, Castle Street East, Oxford Street.
Plate Size:
20.6cm x 26.6cm (8" x 10½" Approx)
Extent:
Scotland Yard - The River Thames - Palace Gardens - St James's Park
Notes:
The caption below the map reads:

Plan Of Part Of The City Of Westminster, Copied From Radulphus Aggas's Map, Taken In The Reign Of Queen Elizabeth, 1578.

Map Of Westminster
1593

Plan of the City of Westminster in the Time of Queen Elizabeth 1593



Full Title:
Year: 1593
Publisher: J. Coxhead Holywell Street, Strand, Jany 1st 1813.
Date:
1813
Source: Engraved for "The History And Antiquities Of London" Vol.1, by Thomas Pennant, Esq. London 1813.
Notes: Copied from John Norden's plan of 1593 (see Smith's Antiquities 1807).

Map Of London 1593

Click Here To View Plan of the City of London in the Time of Queen Elizabeth 1593



Full Title:
Year: 1593
Publisher: J. Coxhead Holywell Street, Strand, Jany 1st 1813.
Date:
1813
Source: Engraved for "The History And Antiquities Of London" Vol.1, by Thomas Pennant, Esq. London 1813.
Notes: Copied from John Norden's plan of 1593.

Map Of Westminster 1593

Click Here To View Plan Of Westminster; From Norden's Survey, Taken In Queen Elizabeth's Reign, 1593



Full Title:
Map Maker:
John Thomas Smith
Date:
1593
Source:
Taken from "Antiquities Of The City Of Westminster" by John Thomas Smith, 1807; containing "Sixty-Two Additional Plates To Smiths Antiquities Of Westminster" by John Thomas Smith, c1809.
Publisher:
London. Published as the Act directs, February 20th, 1808, by John Thomas Smith, No. 31, Castle Street East, Oxford Street.
Plate Size:
26.5cm x 20.4cm (10½" x 8" Approx)
Extent:
Way To St Giles' - Temple Stairs - Lambeth House - Millbank


London 1600s - 17th Century

View Of London 1616

Click Here To View Part of Visscher's Panoramic View of London 1616



Full Title:
Map Maker:
John Thomas Smith
Date:
1616
Source:
Taken from "Antiquities Of The City Of Westminster" by John Thomas Smith, 1807; containing "Sixty-Two Additional Plates To Smiths Antiquities Of Westminster" by John Thomas Smith, c1809.
Publisher:
London. Published as the Act directs, June 3d, 1809, by John Thomas Smith, No. 4, Polygon, Somers Town.
Plate Size:
23.7cm x 30.3cm (9½" x 12" Approx)
Extent:
Garden Stairs - Whitefriars Stairs
Notes:
Copied from Claes Jansz Visscher's panorama of London c1616.

Map Of London 1643

Click Here To View Fortifications of London In 1642 & 1643



Full Title:
Map Maker:
Walter Harrison
Date:
1666
Source:
Engraved for "A New and Universal History, Description, and Survey Of The Cities Of London and Westminster, The Borough of Southwark, And Their Adjacent Parts. Including not only all the Parishes within the Bills of Mortality, but the Towns, Villages, Palaces, Seats, and Country, to the extent of Twenty Miles round, Comprizing A Circle Of Near One Hundred And Fifty Miles" By Walter Harrison, Esq. 1775.
Publisher:
London. Published for Harrison's History of London. 1775.
Printed for J. Cooke, at Shakespeare's Head, Pater-Noster-Row. 1775.
Plate Size:
31.5cm x 20.9cm (12½" x 8¼" Approx)
Extent:
Shoreditch - Stepney - Vauxhall - Constitution Hill
Notes:
Includes "An Explanation of the several Forts on the Line of Communication", which details all 23 forts on the London wall.

London Fire.
Map Of Liberties Of London
1666


A Plan of the City and Liberties of London, Shewing the Extent of the Dreadful Conflagration in the Year 1666



Full Title:
Map Maker:
John Noorthouck
Date:
1772
Source:
Taken from "A New History of London, Including Westminster and Southwark, to which is added, A General Survey of the Whole; Describing The Public Buildings, Late Improvements, &c. Illustrated WIth Copper-Plates." by John Noorthouck. London, 1773.
Publisher:
Printed for R. Baldwin, 47, Pater-Noster Row. 1773.
Size:
20cm x 32.7cm (8" x 13" Approx)
Scale:
6¾" : 1 Statute Mile (Approx)
Extent:
Bun Hill - East Smith Field - Southwark - Grays Inn Lane
Description:
Folding map showing the extent of the Great Fire of London, engraved for Noorthouck's History of London 1772. Includes a Reference To All The Churches Both In The City And Suburbs, and a Reference To Remarkable Places.

Based on Wenceslaus Hollar's 1666 map of the Great Fire of London entitled A Map or Groundplot of the City of London and the Suburbes thereof, that is to say, all which is within the Jurisdiction of the Lord Mayor or properlie calld't London by which is exactly demonstrated the present condition thereof, since the last sad accident of fire. The blank space signifeing the burnt part & where the houses are exprest, those places yet standing.

As described by the lengthy title above, the blank part of the map clearly shows the extent of the Great Fire.

This map is represented in Howgego as No. 19, Derivative (b).


Plan For Rebuilding Of London 1666

Click Here To View Evelyn's Plan For Rebuilding The City Of London After The Great Fire In 1666



Full Title:
Map Maker:
Walter Harrison
Date:
1666
Source:
Engraved for "A New and Universal History, Description, and Survey Of The Cities Of London and Westminster, The Borough of Southwark, And Their Adjacent Parts. Including not only all the Parishes within the Bills of Mortality, but the Towns, Villages, Palaces, Seats, and Country, to the extent of Twenty Miles round, Comprizing A Circle Of Near One Hundred And Fifty Miles" By Walter Harrison, Esq. 1775.
Publisher:
London. Published for Harrison's History of London. 1775.
Printed for J. Cooke, at Shakespeare's Head, Pater-Noster-Row. 1775.
Plate Size:
29.8cm x 17cm (11¾" x 6½" Approx)
Notes:
Proposed rebuilding plan of London in the wake of the Great Fire of London, 1666.

Plan For Rebuilding Of London 1666

Click Here To View Wren's Plan For Rebuilding The City Of London After The Dreadfull Conflagration In 1666



Full Title:
Map Maker:
Walter Harrison
Date:
1666
Source:
Engraved for "A New and Universal History, Description, and Survey Of The Cities Of London and Westminster, The Borough of Southwark, And Their Adjacent Parts. Including not only all the Parishes within the Bills of Mortality, but the Towns, Villages, Palaces, Seats, and Country, to the extent of Twenty Miles round, Comprizing A Circle Of Near One Hundred And Fifty Miles" By Walter Harrison, Esq. 1775.
Publisher:
London. Published for Harrison's History of London. 1775.
Printed for J. Cooke, at Shakespeare's Head, Pater-Noster-Row. 1775.
Plate Size:
29cm x 21cm (11½" x 8¼" Approx)
Notes:
Proposed rebuilding plan of London in the wake of the Great Fire of London, 1666.

Map Of London 1677

Click Here To View The Plan of Arundel and Essex Houses 1677



Full Title:
Map Maker:
John Thomas Smith
Date:
1677
Source:
Taken from "Antiquities Of The City Of Westminster" by John Thomas Smith, 1807; containing "Sixty-Two Additional Plates To Smiths Antiquities Of Westminster" by John Thomas Smith, c1809.
Publisher:
London. Published as the Act directs, Augt 20. 1808, by John Thomas Smith, No. 31, Castle Street East, Oxford Street.
Plate Size:
30.3cm x 25.2cm (12" x 10" Approx)
Notes:
The caption below the map reads:

Plan Of Arundel And Essex Houses.

Copied from Ogilby's & Morgan's twenty-sheet plan of London, etched by Hollar. - N.B. For the friendly loan of this rare print the publisher is indebted to Mr Samuel Woodburn, of St Martin's Lane.

London. Published as the Act directs, Augt 20. 1808, by John Thomas Smith, No. 31, Castle Street East, Oxford Street.

Map Of London c1690

Click Here To View Plan of Bedford House, Covent Garden, &c. Taken About 1690



Full Title:
Map Maker:
John Thomas Smith
Date:
1677
Source:
Taken from "Antiquities Of The City Of Westminster" by John Thomas Smith, 1807; containing "Sixty-Two Additional Plates To Smiths Antiquities Of Westminster" by John Thomas Smith, c1809.
Publisher:
London. Published as the Act directs, 30 May. 1809, by John Thomas Smith, No. 4, Polygon, Somers Town.
Plate Size:
31.4cm x 24.5cm (12½" x 9¾" Approx)
   


London 1700s - 18th Century

Map Of London
1700

Plan des Villes de Londres et de Westminster et de leurs Faubourgs avec le Bourg de Southwark, 1700.



Full Title:
Map-Maker:
Charles Inselin sculpt.
Publisher:
Nicholas De Fer, Paris. 1700.
Date:
1700
Size:
22.2cm x 33cm (8¾" x 13")
Scale:
3" : 1 Statute Mile (Approx)
Extent:
Old Street - Ratcliff Cross - Kennington - St. James's Park
Description:
Early plan of London, in French. Key reference table identifying 113 locations throughout London.

Map Of London
1720

Senex's 1720 Plan Of London



Full Title:
Map-Maker:
S. Parker delin et sculpt. Revised by John Senex
Publisher:
Cassell & Company Limited, La Belle Sauvage, Ludgate Hill, London, E.C.
Date:
c1880
Size:
53cm x 71cm (21" x 28")
Scale:
5½" : 1 statute mile / Scale bar c. 2½" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
New River Head - Whitechapel - Lambeth - Buckingham House
Description:
Title across top of map. References across bottom of map. Dedication title in cartouche with City arms and insignia, pennons, cornucopiae, etc., at top left. Compass rose and scale at bottom centre. Dedicated to Sir Peter Delme, Knight and Alderman.

Map Of London 1734

Click Here To View The Southern Half Of Deans Yard 1743-1748



Full Title:
Map Maker:
John Thomas Smith
Date:
1734-1748
Source:
Taken from "Antiquities Of The City Of Westminster" by John Thomas Smith, 1807; containing "Sixty-Two Additional Plates To Smiths Antiquities Of Westminster" by John Thomas Smith, c1809.
Publisher:
London. Published as the Act directs, September 10th, 1807, by John Thomas Smith, No. 31, Castle Street East, Oxford Street.
Plate Size:
26.5cm x 16.9cm (10½" x 6½" Approx)
Extent:
Dart Entry - Broken Cross - Barton Street - Peter Street

London Fire.
Plan Of Cornhill Fire
1748


Plan Of The Fire In Exchange Alley, Cornhill, 1748



Full Title:
Publisher:
The London Magazine, or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer.
London. Published for R. Baldwin, jun. at the Rose in Pater-Noster-Row.
Date:
MDCCXLVIII. 1748.
Size:
25.5cm x20.7cm (10" x 8")
Source:
Engraved For The London Magazine
Scale:
1" : 18 Yards (Approx.)
Extent:
Royal Exchange, Cornhill - St Michael's Church, St Michael's Alley - Abchurch Lane - Pope's Head Alley
Description:
Single page from The London Magazine, The Monthly Chronologer section. Printed one side only. Fair/Good condition. Minor discolouration and foxing.


Map Of Southwark & Lambeth
1753


A Map of the New Roads &c. from Westminster Bridge 1753



Full Title:
Map Maker:
Anon.
Date:
1753
Source:
Taken from Gentlemanís Magazine, May 1753
Publisher:
Gentlemanís Magazine, May 1753
Plate Size:
23cm x 36.5cm Approx (9" x 14½" Approx)
Extent:
Narrow Wall - The Tower - Walworth - Westminster

Map Of Paddington To Islington
1756

A Plan Of The Intended New Road From Paddington To Islington January 1756



Full Title:
Publisher:
B.Cole Sculp
Date:
January 1756
Size:
49cm x 20cm (19¼" x 8")
Source:
Engraved For The Gentlemans Magazine
Scale:
1" : 900 Feet (Approx.)
Extent:
Jews Harp House - Dobney's Bowling Green - Lincolns Inn - Bell Lane
Description:
Folding plan on 19th century paper. Explanation at bottom left. Title at top right. Very good condition.

London Fire.
Plan Of Bishopsgate Fire
1765


Plan Of The Great Fire In Bishopsgate Street, &c., 1765



Full Title:
Publisher:
Gentleman's Magazine
Date:
1765
Size:
11cm x16.5cm (4¼" x 6½")
Source:
Engraved For The Gentleman's Magazine
Scale:
1" : 27 Yards (Approx.)
Extent:
South Sea House, Threadneedle Street - Bull Inn, Leadenhall Street -
St. Peter's Church, Gracechurch Street - Sun Court, Cornhill
Description:
Single page from The Gentleman's Magazine. Printed one side only. Good condition. No offsetting or foxing.

Map Of London
1767

A Plan Of The Cities Of London And Westminster 1767



Full Title:
Publisher:
Anonymous
Date:
1767
Size:
54cm x 32cm (21" X 12¾")
Scale:
4¼" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
New River Head - Shadwell - Newington Butts - Hide Park.
Description:
Folding plan on 18th century paper. Hand coloured. Title set in top margin.


Map Of London
1772


A Plan Of The Cities Of London And Westminster, And Borough Of Southwark. Engraved for Noorthouck's History of London 1772


Full Title:
A Plan Of The Cities Of London And Westminster, And Borough Of Southwark. Engraved for Noorthouck's History of London 1772.
Publisher:
Printed for R. Baldwin, 47, Pater-Noster Row. 1773.
Date:
1772
Size:

Scale:
Extent:
Source:
Taken from "A New History of London, Including Westminster and Southwark, to which is added, A General Survey of the Whole; Describing The Public Buildings, Late Improvements, &c. Illustrated WIth Copper-Plates." by John Noorthouck. London, 1773.
Notes:
Ashby Sculp.

Map Of London 1772

Click Here To View Aldersgate Ward 1772



Full Title:
Map Maker:
John Noorthouck
Date:
1772
Source:
Taken from "A New History of London, Including Westminster and Southwark, to which is added, A General Survey of the Whole; Describing The Public Buildings, Late Improvements, &c. Illustrated With Copper-Plates." by John Noorthouck. London, 1773.
Publisher:
Printed For Noorthouck's History Of London 1772.
Printed for R. Baldwin, 47, Pater-Noster Row. 1773.
Plate Size:
25cm x 19.5cm (10" x 7½" Approx)

Map Of London 1772

Click Here To View Aldgate Ward 1772



Full Title:
Map Maker:
John Noorthouck
Date:
1772
Source:
Taken from "A New History of London, Including Westminster and Southwark, to which is added, A General Survey of the Whole; Describing The Public Buildings, Late Improvements, &c. Illustrated With Copper-Plates." by John Noorthouck. London, 1773.
Publisher:
Printed For Noorthouck's History Of London 1772.
Printed for R. Baldwin, 47, Pater-Noster Row. 1773.
Plate Size:
25cm x 19cm (9¾" x 7½" Approx)

Map Of London 1772

Click Here To View Billingsgate Ward 1772



Full Title:
Map Maker:
John Noorthouck
Date:
1772
Source:
Taken from "A New History of London, Including Westminster and Southwark, to which is added, A General Survey of the Whole; Describing The Public Buildings, Late Improvements, &c. Illustrated With Copper-Plates." by John Noorthouck. London, 1773.
Publisher:
Printed For Noorthouck's History Of London 1772.
Printed for R. Baldwin, 47, Pater-Noster Row. 1773.
Plate Size:
25cm x 19cm (9¾" x 7½" Approx)
Notes:

Includes the north end of old London Bridge, Pudding Lane, and the Monument.


Map Of London 1772

Click Here To View Bishops Gate Ward 1772



Full Title:
Map Maker:
John Noorthouck
Date:
1772
Source:
Taken from "A New History of London, Including Westminster and Southwark, to which is added, A General Survey of the Whole; Describing The Public Buildings, Late Improvements, &c. Illustrated With Copper-Plates." by John Noorthouck. London, 1773.
Publisher:
Printed For Noorthouck's History Of London 1772.
Printed for R. Baldwin, 47, Pater-Noster Row. 1773.
Plate Size:
25cm x 19cm (9¾" x 7½" Approx)

Map Of London 1772

Click Here To View Breadstreet Ward and Cordwainers Ward 1772



Full Title:
Map Maker:
John Noorthouck
Date:
1772
Source:
Taken from "A New History of London, Including Westminster and Southwark, to which is added, A General Survey of the Whole; Describing The Public Buildings, Late Improvements, &c. Illustrated With Copper-Plates." by John Noorthouck. London, 1773.
Publisher:
Printed For Noorthouck's History Of London 1772.
Printed for R. Baldwin, 47, Pater-Noster Row. 1773.
Plate Size:
25cm x 19cm (9¾" x 7½" Approx)

Map Of London 1772

Click Here To View Coleman Street Ward and Bassishaw Ward 1772



Full Title:
Map Maker:
John Noorthouck
Date:
1772
Source:
Taken from "A New History of London, Including Westminster and Southwark, to which is added, A General Survey of the Whole; Describing The Public Buildings, Late Improvements, &c. Illustrated With Copper-Plates." by John Noorthouck. London, 1773.
Publisher:
Printed For Noorthouck's History Of London 1772.
Printed for R. Baldwin, 47, Pater-Noster Row. 1773.
Plate Size:
18.6cm x 24cm (7¼" x 9½" Approx)

Map Of London 1772

Click Here To View Farringdon Ward Without 1772



Full Title:
Map Maker:
John Noorthouck
Date:
1772
Source:
Taken from "A New History of London, Including Westminster and Southwark, to which is added, A General Survey of the Whole; Describing The Public Buildings, Late Improvements, &c. Illustrated With Copper-Plates." by John Noorthouck. London, 1773.
Publisher:
Printed For Noorthouck's History Of London 1772.
Printed for R. Baldwin, 47, Pater-Noster Row. 1773.
Plate Size:
23.5cm x 18.2cm (9¼" x 7¼" Approx)

Map Of London
1775


Bowles's Reduced New Pocket Plan Of London 1775

** With Full Street Search **



Map Title:
Slipcase Label:
A New Plan Of London 1777.
Printed For Carington Bowles in St Pauls Church Yard.
Mapmaker:
Carington Bowles
Publisher:
Printed for Carington Bowles, at his Map and Print-Warehouse, No. 69 in St Paulís Church Yard, London.
Engraver:
Engraved by J. Ellis, Clerkenwell, London.
Date:
Published as the Act directs, 30 March, 1773
Date of Map:
Updated to 1775
Size:
39.3cm x 55cm (15½" x 21¾")
Scale:
4" : 1 mile
Extent:
Islington - Shadwell - Newington Butts - Knightsbridge
Description:
Scale & compass rose bottom right. Imprint & table of references to churches and principal buildings located below map.

Map divided into squares lettered along margins for reference. Built-up areas stippled in city, hatched elsewhere (Howgego pp 126).

This is a 1775 map in a later 1777 slipcase. This copy is an earlier state than the first known copy recorded in Howgego as No. 168 (1).

Turnpike Gates In The Vicinity Of London
1790

Turnpike Gates In The Vicinity Of London 1790



Full Title:
Map Maker:
John Cary
Date:
Published By J. Cary, July 1st, 1790.
Source:
Taken from: Cary's Survey Of The High Roads From London To Hampton Court, Bagshot, Oakingham, [and twenty-three other places in the neighbourhood of the metropolis.] 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.
Size:
22cm x 15.6cm (8½" x 6¼" Approx)
Scale:
1" : 1¼ Miles (Approx)
Extent:
Clapton Gate - Deptford Gate - Camberwell Gate - Kensington Gate
Description:
Hand coloured map on paper. Good condition with some foxing, offset and staining.

Single page map showing the main thoroughfares of London in 1790, with every turnpike, and the area of every turnpike trust shown by a different colour. The Thames, the turnpike gates, and the areas of the trusts are coloured.

The title is in a raised panel along the top of the map. In the upper two corners are the names of the gates with references by numbers and references to the colours on the map, and other notes. Imprint details in panel below map.

Source: (Fordham pps. 40-41).

Map Of London
1795


Cary's New And Accurate Plan Of London And Westminster 1795



Full Title:
Publisher:
John Cary, Map & Print-seller, No. 188, corner of Arundel Street, Strand.
Date:
January 1st, 1795
Size:
125cm x 81.5cm (49¼" x 32")
Scale:
6½" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
Canonbury - Limehouse - Kennington - Kensington
Description:
Folding map. Slipcase torn and in poor condition, though label is better preserved. Map consists of hand coloured sections laid down on linen. Map title above top border. Table of references to public buildings at top left, and to churches at top right. The map is divided into squares numbered for reference. The main table of references is below the map outside the border. There is no key to the stippling or symbols used (Howgego pp134-5).

Map Of Surrey Docks
1799


Plan Of The Proposed Docks And The Line Of A Canal With A Collateral Cut On The Surrey Side Of The River Thames 1799



Full Title:
Date: 1799
Map Maker: C. T. Cracklow, 1803.
Published: Ordered by the House of Commons to be Printed 11th July 1799; - And to be Re-printed 1803.
Size: 38cm x 49cm (15" x 19")
Extent: St Paul's Churchyard - Woolwich Reach - Greenwich - Lambeth Reach
Source: The Second Report (1799) From The Select Committee Upon The Improvement Of The Port Of London 1803
Notes: Plan showing layout of proposed Surrey docks at Rotherhithe, and the line of a proposed 2¼ mile canal from the docks to Bank Side.


London 1800s - 19th Century

Map Of London Environs
1800


A Topographical Map Of The Country Twenty Miles Round London 1800



Full Title:
Publisher:
William Faden, Charing Cross
Date:
September 1st, 1800
Size:
Circular 56cm diameter (22" diameter)
Scale:
½" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
Chelsing - Tilbury - Dorking - Eton.
Description:

Folding map, hand coloured in outline, with parks coloured. Explanation bottom left and bottom right outside map. Imprint and scale below.
(Howgego Pg 142)

This map is recorded in Howgego as No. 193 (2). The first edition of this map was published by Faden in 1790. The date imprint of this edition has been changed to "Sepr 1st 1800". Paddington Canal is shown on the map.


Map Of London
1801


Wallis's Plan of the Cities of London and Westminster 1801



Full Title:
Publisher:
John Wallis, No.16 Ludgate Street
Date:
January 24th 1801
Size:
89cm x 45cm (35" x 17¾")
Scale:
6¼" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
Pentonville - Stepney - Lambeth - Hyde Park
Description:
Folding map. Slipcase in poor condition, though label is better preserved. Hand coloured sections laid down on linen. Title on oval at top left. Explanation of symbols, Hackney-Coach Fares and Scale at bottom right. This map is extended East by an extra sheet 17¾" x 8¼", from Rotherhithe to Stepney.

An unrecorded variant of Howgego No. 214 (4), this copy does not include the additional title "The Isle Of Dogs and the New Docks for the West India Trade" in an oval at the top left as cited in Howgego, nor the imprint "Published May 18th 1801 by J. Wallis".

Map Of London
1804


Wallis's Plan of the Cities of London and Westminster 1804



Full Title:
Publisher:
John Wallis, No.16 Ludgate Street
Date:
January 24th 1804
Size:
117.5cm x 43.9cm (46¼" x 17¼")
Scale:
6¼" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
Pentonville - Abbey Marsh - Lambeth - Hyde Park
Description:
Folding map. Hand coloured sections laid down on linen. Title on oval at top left. Explanation of symbols, Hackney-Coach Fares and Scale at bottom right.

This map is extended east by an extra sheet 11¾" (30.0cm) wide, from Stepney to Greenwich Marsh. Additional title "The Isle Of Dogs and the New Docks for the West India Trade" in an oval at the top left.

Howgego No. 214 (4-5)

Map Of London
1814


Darton's New And Correct Plan Of London And Westminster 1814

** With Basic Street Search **



Full Title:
Second Title:
A New and Correct Plan of London and Westminster with the latest Improvements.
Slipcase Title:
Wards Plan of London. Printed & Sold by W & T. Darton, Holborn Hill.
Publisher:
Pubd. Jany 12th 1814 by Willm. Darton, 58 Holborn Hill, London.
Date:
1814
Size:
35.5cm x 56cm (14" x 22")
Scale:
3¾" : 1 Statute Mile
Extent:
Somers Town - Ratcliffe - Walworth - Knightsbridge
Description:
First title in top border. Second title in oval at top right. Compass star and map scale at bottom right. Plan of the Rules of the Fleet Prison inset at top left. Map divided into squares lettered for reference and table of references below map. City area, open spaces, etc., are coloured.

Includes a "List of 200 principal streets with letters of reference to their situation" in the bottom margin.

Recorded in Howgego as No. 245 (4).

Map Of London
1817


Darton's New Plan Of The Cities Of London & Westminster, & Borough Of Southwark, 1817



Full Title:
Publisher:
Published July 1st 1817 by W. Darton, Junr. 58 Holborn Hill.
Date:
July 1st 1817
Size:
91.8cm x 47.1cm (36" x 18½")
Scale:
3¾" : 1 Statute Mile
Extent:
Somers Town - Ratcliffe - Walworth - Knightsbridge
Description:
Folding hand-coloured map of London. Hand coloured sections laid down on linen. Title at top right. Explanation and Scale at top left.

Howgego No. 268 (2)


Map Of London 1817

Click Here To View Walk 13th From Hughson's Walks Through London, 1817



Full Title:
Map Maker:
David Hughson
Date:
1817
Source:
Taken from "Walks Through London, Including Westminster and the Borough of Southwark, with the Surrounding Suburbs; Describing Every Thing Worthy of Observation in the Public Buildings, Places of Entertainment, Exhibitions, Commercial and Literary Institutions, &c. Down to the Present Period. Forming a complete Guide To The British Metropolis, In Two Volumes", by David Hughson, L.L.D. 1817. Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, Paternoster-Row, London; et al., 1817.
Publisher:
Published by W. Clarke, New Bond Street, Mar. 1. 1817.
Size:
13cm x 21cm (5" x 8¼" Approx)
Extent:
Hyde Park - Regent Street - Westminster Bridge - Tothill Fields
Notes:

This walk, taken from Volume II, shows the "Propos'd New St." north of Carlton House, which became Regent Street.

The page also displays an engraved view of The Treasury, Westminster, and shows:

Hyde Park Corner, Turnpike, Grosvenor Place, Piccadilly, Queen's Palace, Garden, Constitution Hill, Green Park, The Road To Chelsea, Bason, Pimlico, Green Coat School, Bridewell, Tothill Fields, Grey Coat School, Peter Street, Almonry, Queen Square, St James's Park, Pagoda Bridge, St James's Street, Pall Mall, Palace, Marlborough House, Carlton House, Proposed New Street (Regent Street), St John Church Yard, Horse Ferry, Millbank Street, College Garden, Old Palace Yard, Sanctuary, New Palace Yard, House of Lords, House Of Commons, Westminster Bridge, Privy Garden Stairs, Admiralty, Horse Guards, Treasury, Whitehall, Charing Cross, Scotland Yard, Northumberland House, & Whitehall Stairs.


Map Of London 1817

Click Here To View Walk 15th From Hughson's Walks Through London, 1817



Full Title:
Map Maker:
David Hughson
Date:
1817
Source:
Taken from "Walks Through London, Including Westminster and the Borough of Southwark, with the Surrounding Suburbs; Describing Every Thing Worthy of Observation in the Public Buildings, Places of Entertainment, Exhibitions, Commercial and Literary Institutions, &c. Down to the Present Period. Forming a complete Guide To The British Metropolis, In Two Volumes", by David Hughson, L.L.D. 1817. Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, Paternoster-Row, London; et al., 1817.
Publisher:
Published by W. Clarke, New Bond Street, Apr. 1. 1817.
Size:
13cm x 21cm (5" x 8¼" Approx)
Extent:
Edgeware Road - The New Road To Paddington - Tottenham Court Road - Oxford Street
Notes:

This walk, taken from Volume II, shows the "Projected New Street" north of Oxford Street running into Portland Place. This became the north end of Regent Street.

The page also displays an engraved view of Cavendish Square, and shows:

Edgeware Road, Great Cumberland Street, Great Quebec Street, Portman Square, Baker Street, Manchester Square, High Street, Welbeck Street, Wimpole Street, Cavendish Square, Harley Street, Projected New Street (Regent Street), Portland Place, Road To Regent's Park, Great Portland Street, Portland Road, Berner's Street, Hospital, Fitsroy Square, Charlotte Street, John Street, Tottenham Court Road, The New Road To Paddington, & Oxford Street.


Map Of London
c1820


Pigot & Co's Metropolitan Guide & Map c1820



Book Title:
Map Title: Pigot & Co.'s Miniature Plan Of London & Vicinity, With The Geographical Bearings From The Dome Of St. Pauls.
Formed into 70 Divisions by means of Circular &c. lines each Circle being 6 Furlongs or ¾ of a Mile from the next when measured in a direct line.
Publisher:
J. Pigot & Co. 24 Basing Lane, London, & 16 Fountain St., Manchester
Date:
c1820
Size:
27cm x 41.3cm (10¾" x 16¼")
Scale:
c17/8" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
Islington - East India Docks - Camberwell - Kensington Gardens
Description:
Folding map, included with Pigot & Co.'s Metropolitan Guide. Title at top right. Scale near bottom centre. 70 divisions of map numbered for reference to the street index. Waterloo and Southwark Bridges and Stamford Street shown, but not York Road, Lambeth. Carlton House shown.

Map Of London
1827

Cruchley's New Plan Of London Improved To 1827



Full Title:
Publisher:
G.F. Cruchley, Map-Seller, 38 Ludgate Street, London.
Date:
1827
Size:
44cm x 92cm (17¼" x 24") excluding border
Scale:
4&7/8" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
Hoxton - East India Docks - Walworth - Brompton
Description:
Engraved and Published from a plan by Arrowsmith. Folding plan, with hard cover slipcase. Hand coloured sections laid down on linen. Title set in top border. Imprint and reference to symbols in lower border. References to size and date of opening of docks in lower border.

St. Marylebone Church
c1829

Church Of St. Marylebone



Title:
Source:
Les Capitales De L'Europe. Promenades Pittoresques.
Author:
M. Charles Malo.
Publisher:
Paris. Marcilly Fils Aine, Rue S.-Jacques, No 21.
Date Published:
1829
Size:
Image: 11.7cm x 7.6cm (4½" x 3")
Page: 14.8cm x 9cm (5¾" x 3½")
Description:
Hand-colored aquatint of the Parish or St. Marylebone, from Charles Malo's series on the capitals of Europe. Fine condition, due to presence of a tissue guard, which seems to have been lately removed.

Charles Malo (1790-1871) produced a series of books on the capital cities of Europe, including Berlin, Constantinople, Londres, Madrid, Paris, Rome, St. Petersbourg, and Vienne.

The volumes, in French, record details of daily life in the cities, historical information, and architectural details of churches and significant public buildings.

Map Of London
c1830

Smith's New Map Of London c1830



Full Title:
Publisher:
Charles Smith, 172 Strand.
Date:
c1830
Size:
61cm x 34.5cm (24" x 13½")
Scale:
3½" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
Islington - Limehouse - Newington Butts - Hyde Park.
Description:

Folding plan, with hard cover. Hand coloured sections laid down on linen. Title on cover only. Explanation top left. Compass rose top right. Scale bottom right. Boundaries etc. coloured to accord with the explanation. New and Old London Bridge shown, also St Katharine's Dock (opened 1828). New London Bridge shown as an "Intended Improvement" (it opened in 1831).
Howgego No. 328 (1)


Map Of London
1834

Mogg's Strangers Guide To London And Westminster 1834



Full Title:
Publisher:
Edward Mogg, No. 14 Great Russell Street, Covent Garden
Date:
January 1st. 1834
Size:
60cm x 50.5cm (23½" x 19¾")
Scale:
3¾" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
Pentonville - Ratcliff - Kennington - Brompton.
Description:
Folding map. Slipcase missing. Hand coloured sections laid down on linen. Title in top margin. Imprint below map in bottom margin. Date added above compass star. Map squared and margins lettered and numbered for reference. List of 500 "Principal Places" below map.


Map Of St. Marylebone
1834

Topographical Survey Of The Borough Of St. Marylebone 1834



Full Title:
Mapmaker:
Engraved by B.R. Davies From Surveys & Drawings By F.A. Bartlett Under The Direction Of John Britton F.S.A. &c. &c. &c.
Publisher:
London. Published June 25, 1837; By J. Britton, Burton Str. J. Taylor, 30 Upper Gower Str. & B.R. Davies, 16 George Str. Euston Squ:
Date Of Map:
1834
Date Published:
25 June 1837
Size:
114.5cm x 95cm (45" x 37½")
Each Section 28.5cm x 24cm (11¼" x 9½")
Scale:
8.81" : 1 British Statute Mile
5" : 1000 Yards (Approx.)
Extent:
St. Marylebone - St. Pancras - Paddington
Description:
Folding map of St. Marylebone. 16 hand coloured sections laid down on linen, folding into a hardback cover, in good condition. The map is in excellent condition, with only minor offsetting and age toning.

The label on cover reads "Survey Of The Borough Of St. Mary-le-bone 1834." The information on the map is updated to 1834.

The map records:
London & Birmingham Railway - began 1834
Christ Chapel, Northwick Terrace - 1834

Buildings Of St. Marylebone
1834

Plans & Elevations Of Public Buildings 1834



Title:
Source:
Topographical Survey Of The Borough Of St. Marylebone, As Incorporated & Defined By Act Of Parliament 1832. Embracing & Marking The Boundaries Of The Parishes Of St. Marylebone, St. Pancras, & Paddington, Also The Extents & Limits Of The Principal Landed Estates Within The Borough, And Plans & Elevations Of The Public Buildings.
Engraved by B.R. Davies From Surveys & Drawings By F.A. Bartlett Under The Direction Of John Britton F.S.A. &c. &c. &c.
Inscribed To The Dukes Of Bedford, Portland, & St. Albans, The Marquis Camden, The Lord Bishop Of London, Lords Mansfield & Southampton, E.B. Portman, Esq., & Other Landed Proprietors.
Mapmaker:
Engraved by B.R. Davies From Surveys & Drawings By F.A. Bartlett Under The Direction Of John Britton F.S.A. &c. &c. &c.
Publisher:
London. Published June 25, 1837; By J. Britton, Burton Str. J. Taylor, 30 Upper Gower Str. & B.R. Davies, 16 George Str. Euston Squ:
Date Of Map:
1834
Date Published:
25 June 1837

Environs Of London
1837


Moule's Environs Of London 1837



Full Title:
Map Maker:
Thomas Moule
Engraver:
Engraved for Moules English Counties by W. Schmollinger
Date:
1837
Source:
Taken From Moule's "The English Counties Delineated; or, A Topographical Description Of England."
Publisher:
George Virtue & Co.
Size:
26.7cm x 20.9cm (10½" x 8¼")
Scale:
1" : 21/3 Miles (Approx)
Extent:
Bounds Green - Barking - Norwood - Hanwell
Description:
Hand coloured engraved paper map of London. Imprint and scale below map. Based on James Bingley's Environs Of London map published 3 Nov 1828 (Howgego No. 315).

Oval foliate and cornucopia vignette border, with image of Old Father Thames bottom centre. The cornucopia contain (left) fruit, flowers and wheat, representing Agriculture, and (right) ivory, gold chain, pearls, jewels and coins, representing Commerce.

This is a pretty little map of equal artistic and cartographic merit.

Map Of London
1837

Cary's New Plan Of London And Its Vicinity 1837



Full Title:
Slipcase Title:
Cary's New Map Of London, And Its Adjacent Villages, Published By Order Of His Majesty's Postmaster General, Showing The Present Boundary Of The Two-Penny Post Delivery, And The Limits Of The Hackney Coach Back Fares.
Publisher:
G. And. J. Cary, 86, St. James's Street.
Date:
1837
Size:
83.2cm x 77.2cm (32¾" x 30½")
Scale:
4¼" : 1 Statute Mile (Approx.)
Extent:
Stoke Newington - East India Dock - North Brixton - Kensington
Description:
Folding plan, with hard cover slipcase. Hand coloured, laid down on linen. Title in bottom margin. Scale bottom left. Note regarding limit of two-penny post bottom left. No publishers imprint. Map divided into squares lettered for reference. City boundary, open spaces, etc., coloured. Position of Hungerford Bridge shown.

This state recorded as Howgego No. 279 (11).

Map Of London Docks
1841

Plan Of The East & West India Docks 1841



Full Title:
Publisher:
C.B. Graham, Lithographer, Washington D.C.
Date:
15th April 1841
Size:
54cm x 42cm (21¼" x 16½")
Source:
United States Senate Document G.2., 30th Congress, 2nd Session.
Scale:
1" : 421 Feet (Approx.)
Extent:
Bromley Marsh - River Lea - Timber Pond - River Thames.
Description:
Folding plan on 19th century paper. Hand coloured plan, backed with archival tissue. Title at top left. Very good condition.

Map Of London
1844

Cross's London Guide 1844



Full Title:
Publisher:
J. Cross, 18, Holborn Hill, opposite Furnivals Inn.
Date:
1844
Size:
72cm x 43.7cm (28½" x 17¼")
Scale:
3½" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
Islington - Limehouse - Walworth - Kensington.
Description:
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.


Panorama Of London
1845


Panorama Of The River Thames In 1845

Panorama Of The River Thames In 1845

** With Place Name Search **


Full Title:
Panorama Of The River Thames In 1845. Given With The Illustrated London News.
Supplement To The Illustrated London News, January 11, 1845.
Artist:
Smyth
Engraver:
Printed and Published by William Little, 198, Strand
Publisher: Published With The Illustrated London News, At The Office, 198, Strand, London
Date:
Saturday, January 11, 1845
Sheet Size:
39.4cm x 244.5cm (15½" x 96¼")
Engraving Size:
29.7cm x 238.8cm (11¾" x 94")
Extent:
Vauxhall Bridge to Greenwich
Description:
This balloon or birds-eye panoramic view of the River Thames and London was issued as a Supplement to the Illustrated London News on Saturday, 11 February 1845. The panorama is in excellent condition, with visible fold lines as issued. It has been engraved in sections, which have been assembled in two halves for publication.

Map Of London
1850

Cross's New Plan Of London 1850

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Full Title:
Publisher:
J. Cross, 18, Holborn Hill, opposite Furnivals Inn.
Date:
January 1st. 1850
Size:
102cm x 63.5cm (40" x 25")
Scale:
4½" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
Islington - East India Docks - Peckham - Hyde Park.
8 miles East to West & 5 miles North to South.
Description:
Folding plan, with hard cover slipcase. Hand coloured sections laid down on linen. Title set in top border. Explanation and imprint set in bottom border. Date added below imprint. Map divided into half miles and margin marked off in half miles. References to parishes at top right.

Map Of London
1851

Cross's London Guide 1851

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Full Title:
Label Title:
Cross's London Street Directory 1851
Publisher:
J. Cross, 18, Holborn Hill, opposite Furnivals Inn.
Date:
1851
Size:
72cm x 43.7cm (28½" x 17¼")
Scale:
3½" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
Islington - Limehouse - Walworth - Kensington.
Description:
Folding map of London. Printed on silk. Hand coloured. Paper label adhered to back of silk. Title set in top border. Explanation of colours and imprint set in bottom border. No date on map. 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. Howgego No. 360 (4)

Map Of London
1857


Kelly's Post Office Directory Map Of London 1857



Full Title:
Cover Title:
Post Office Directory Map Of London With Patent Index.
Publisher:
Kelly & Co., Post Office Directory Printing Offices, 18 to 21 Old Boswell Court, Clements Inn, Strand. (W.C.)
Date:
1857
Size:
69.1cm x 39.1cm (27¼" x 15½")
Scale:
3" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
Dalston - East India Docks - Camberwell - Bayswater.
Description:
Title and imprint at top right. Scale in bottom margin. Very early Tape Indicator map, with full index and references to every street shown on map.

Printed by Maclure, Macdonald & Macgregor's New Patent Machine. 37 Walbrook, London.


Panorama Of Chelsea
1859

The West-End Railway District 1859



Full Title: The West-End Railway District, London.
The Illustrated London News
April 9, 1859.
Artist:
Unknown
Engraver:
Unknown
Publisher: Illustrated London News
Date:
9 April 1859
Sheet Size:
40.5cm x 56.5cm (16" x 22¼")
Engraving Size:
34.5cm x 52cm (13¾" x 20½")
Extent:
Battersea to Chelsea
Description:
Engraved and published for the Illustrated London News, on bright, good quality newspaper. Central fold as issued. Key to the view included in the volume.

Map Of London
1861


Cross's New Plan Of London 1861



Full Title:
Slipcase Title:
Cross's London. A New Plan Of The Metropolis.
Publisher:
J. Cross, 18, Holborn Hill, Opposite Furnivals-Inn.
Lithographer:
E. Weller, Lithogr, 34, Red Lion Square.
Date:
January 1st. 1861
Size:
125.5cm x 87cm (49½" x 34¼")
Scale:
Nearly 4¾" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
Upper Holloway - East India Dock - North Brixton - Kensal Green.
9¾ miles East to West & 6¾ miles North to South
Description:
Folding plan, with hard cover slipcase. Hand coloured, laid down on linen. Title set in top border. Explanation and imprint set in bottom border. Date added below imprint. Map divided into half miles and margin marked off in half miles. References to parishes at right.

Panorama Of London
1861


London From The South Side Of The Thames 1861



Full Title: London From The South Side Of The Thames.
Supplement To The Illustrated London News,
February 9, 1861.
Artist:
Thomas Sulman del.
Engraver:
Robert Loudan Sr.
Publisher: Illustrated London News
Date:
9 February 1861
Sheet Size:
57.5cm x 144cm (22½" x 56¾")
Engraving Size:
43cm x 132cm (17" x 52")
Extent:
Millbank to St Catharine's Dock
Description:
Engraved and published as a supplement to the Illustrated London News, on bright, good quality newspaper. Folded as issued. Key to the view included.

Map Of London
1864


Stanfordís Library Map Of London And Its Suburbs 1864; Showing All The Proposed Metropolitan Railways and Improvements.

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Full Title:
Publisher:
Published by Edward Stanford, 6 Charing Cross, London, S.W.
Date:
1864, with later overlay post-1866
Total Size:
1690mm Wide x 1920mm High (66½" Wide x 72½" High)
Scale:
6" : 1 Mile
Extent:
Crouch End - Greenwich - Anerley - Hammersmith
Description:
Large scale and highly detailed map of London, with proposed Metropolitan railway lines and improvements overlaid in various colours, numbered.

Map Of London
1865


Whitbread's Map Of London 1865



Full Title:
Publisher:
Josiah Whitbread, Map-Seller, 142, Oxford Street.
Date:
April 1865
Size:
77.5cm x 74.5cm (30½" x 29¼")
Scale:
3" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
Kenwood - Bow Common - Brixton Hill - Hammersmith
Description:
Coloured folding map on paper, laid down on linen. Hard card cover. Title at centre in top border. Imprint, explanation of railway symbols, and scale in bottom border. Divided into squares lettered and numbered in border for reference. Includes street index.

Map Of London
1868


Map Of London 1868, By Edward Weller, F.R.G.S.

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Title: London
Mapmaker: Compiled And Engraved By Edward Weller, F.R.G.S. (Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society)
Revised And Corrected To The Present Time By John Dower, F.R.G.S. John Dower, 1866.
Publisher: London G.W Bacon & Co. 337 Strand WC.
Scale: 9" : 1 Statute Mile
Date: Updated by Bacon to 1868
Size: 197cm x 142cm (77½" x 56")
Extent: Upper Holloway - Poplar - Kennington - North Kensington
Description: Hand-coloured map, dissected and mounted on linen. 36 sections each measuring 33cm x 24cm (13" x 9½")

Not recorded in Hyde, but would be No. 73, between states (6) and (7).


Map Of London
1872


Stanfordís Library Map Of London And Its Suburbs 1872

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Full Title:
Publisher:
Edward Stanford, 6 & 7 Charing Cross, S.W.
Date:
1872
Total Size:
1730mm Wide x 1980mm High (68" Wide x 78" High)
Scale:
6 Inches to 1 Eng. Statute Mile; or, 1 Inch to 880 Feet; or, as 1:10560 on the Ground.
Extent:
Crouch End - Greenwich - Anerley - Hammersmith
Description:
Hand-coloured map, dissected and mounted on linen. 80 sections each measuring 170mm Wide x 245mm High (6¾" x 9½").

Map Of London
c1872


Wyld's Map Of London c1872



Full Title:
Slipcase Title:
London & Envs. James Wyld, Geographer To Her Majesty. 457 Strand. Charing Cross. (East.) 2 Doors Down From Trafalgar Square. Maps, Charts, Globes, & Geographical Works Of Every Description.
Publisher:
Published By James Wyld, Successor To Mr. Faden, Geographer To Her Majesty, Charing Cross East.
Date:
The slipcase label includes a handwritten date of 1872.
Size:
75cm x 77.5cm (29½" x 30½")
Scale:
2": 1 Statute Mile
Extent:
Edmonton - Plumstead - Croydon - Chiswick
Description:
Title imprint in border above map. The margin is divided into miles N, S, E, & W of the meridian and parallel of St. Paul's, County boundaries, roads, etc., are coloured. No key or hatching symbols.
(Source: Howgego No. 250)

A later variant of Howgego No. 250. Dated at c1872, but actual date to be determined.

A note in the bottom margin reads:

NB. The Circle round London denotes the extent of the Four Mile Radius, and beyond which Hackney Carriages charge Back Fares.

Map Of London Parishes
1877


Stanford's Map Of London Showing The Boundaries Of Parishes 1877



Full Title:
Publisher:
Published by Edward Stanford, 55, Charing Cross, London.
Date:
Original map published July 2nd, 1875. This copy revised July 1877.
Size:
79cm x 58.5cm (31" x 23")
Scale:
3" : 1 statute miles
Extent:
Holloway - River Lea - Clapham Common - Hammersmith
Description:
Folding map. Sections laid down on linen. Hand coloured in outline. Explanation, scale bar, and imprint in bottom margin. The population of each district is shown.
Recorded in Hyde as No. 157 (1).

Map Of The City Of London
1877


Stanford's School Board Map - City Of London Division 1877



Full Title:
Publisher:
Stanford's Geogl. Estabt. London
Date:
1877
Size:
28.7cm x 17.8cm (11¼" x 7")
Scale:
6" : 1 Mile
Extent:
City of London
Description:
Title top left. Imprint and scale in bottom margin.

The School Board Of London map, City of London Division, is recorded in Hyde as No. 168 [ii].

Map Of Westminster
1877


Stanford's School Board Map - Westminster Division 1877



Full Title:
Publisher:
Stanford's Geogl. Estabt. London
Date:
1877
Size:
28.7cm x 17.8cm (11¼" x 7")
Scale:
6" : 1 Mile
Extent:
Westminster
Description:
Title bottom left. Imprint and scale in bottom margin.

The School Board Of London map, Westminster Division, is recorded in Hyde as No. 168 [x].

Map Of London
1878


Stanfordís Geological Library Map Of London And Its Suburbs 1878

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Full Title:
Publisher:
Published by Edward Stanford, 55 Charing Cross Road SW, May 1st 1878
Date:
1878
Size:
On 4 sheets, each 865mm Wide x 990mm High (34" Wide x 39" High)
Total Size:
1730mm Wide x 1980mm High (68" Wide x 78" High)
Scale:
6" : 1 Mile; Or, 1 Inch To 880 Feet
Extent:
Crouch End - Greenwich - Anerley - Hammersmith
Description:
Corrected to 1 January 1877. Republished with the geological colouring on 1 May 1878.

Map Of Middlesex
c1883


Groom's New Map Of Middlesex c1883



Full Title:
Publisher:
Ordnance Map Department. Forster Groom & Co., Geographers & Map Specialists. 15 Charing Cross, London , S.W. Near Whitehall.
Printer:
Letts, Son & Co. Limited, London.
Date:
c1883
Size:
44cm x 35.5cm (17¼" x 14")
Scale:
Approx ½" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
South Mims - Woolwich - Walton On Thames - Windsor.
Description:

Folding paper map, linen backed, with hard cover. Printed colour. Title, Scale and Middlesex Statistics top left. Explanation Of Signs bottom centre. Some London Statistics bottom right. Publisher's label pasted on at bottom center. Stained and foxed, but generally in good condition. Divided into squares lettered in upper and lower case in border for reference. The reference index is not included with this map.


Map Of London
1886


Kelly's Post Office Directory Map Of London 1886



Title:
Overlaid Title:
Metropolitan Goods Conference. Map Of Collection & Delivery Boundaries. January 1st 1886.
Publisher:
Lithog. Kelly & Co. London & Kingston.
Printed & Published By Kelly & Co. Post Office Directory Office, 51 Great Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London. W.C.
Date:
January 1st 1886
Size:
66cm x 90cm (26" x 35½")
Scale:
3": 1 Statute Mile
Extent:
Highgate - Plaistow - Dulwich - Chiswick
Description:
Paper title stuck over previous map title top right. Scale bar top right.

Paper labels stuck on in right hand margin:

"The Pink Boundary Includes St. George's Road, Green Street To Upton Park Station (L.T. & S.R.)"
"Includes Albert Docks And Firms Between The Docks And The River Side."

Recorded in Hyde as No. 61 (29), but with 1886 dated title similar to Hyde No. 61 (12) dated April 1st 1869.

Map Of London
1897


Stanford's Map Of Central London 1897



Full Title:
Publisher:
Edward Stanford, 26 & 27, Cockspur Street, Charing Cross, S.W.
Date:
April 2nd. 1897
Size:
101cm x 68cm (40" x 27")
Scale:
4" : 1 statute mile
Extent:
Kentish Town - Bethnal Green - Clapham Common - Chiswick
Description:
Coloured folding map on paper, laid down on linen. Hard card cover. Title in top margin. Scale in margin at bottom left. Imprint in bottom margin at centre. Shows omnibus routes.


London 1900s - 20th Century

Atlas Map Of London
1908


Bartholomew's Handy Reference Atlas Of London And Suburbs 1908



Full Title:
Title Page:
Handy Reference Atlas Of London & Suburbs By J.G. Bartholomwe, F.R.G.S.
From Latest Surveys Showing Street Names As Altered By L.C.C.
With Complete Index To Streets, Public Buildings, Etc.
Publisher:
John Bartholomwe & Co.
The Geographical Institute, Edimburgh.
Date:
1908
Size:
14.6cm x 22.7cm (5¾" x 9")
Scale:
3¼" : 1 Statute Mile
Extent:
Wood Green - Plumstead - Upper Norwood - Ealing
Description:
Atlas of London by John George Bartholomew. Slightly predates the construction of White City for the 1908 Olympic Games, although the vacant site is clearly visible.

Includes a 68 page "General Index To Streets, Public Buildings, Railway Stations, Etc."

Tube Map Of London
1911


The Underground Map Of London 1911



Full Title:
Publisher:
Johnson, Riddle, & Co. Ltd., London, S.E.
Date:
1911
Source:
Taken From "Cook's Handbook For London. With Two Maps And Six Plans."
Publisher:
Thomas Cook & Son, Ludgate Circus. Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., Ltd.
Size:
27.2cm x 20.5cm (10¾" x 8")
Extent:
Golders Green - Whitechapel - Clapham Common - South Ealing
Description:
Folding paper map of London Underground. Machine colour. Bound into "Cook's Handbook For London". In very good condition.

The map includes details of the Metropolitan Railway, District Railway, City & South London Railway, Central London Railway, Great Northern & City Railway, London Electric Railway (Bakerloo Line, Piccadilly Line, & Hampstead Line), Brighton Railway (Elevated Electric), & Waterloo & City Railway.

This map will be of interest to family historians researching their family in the 1911 Census of London.

Map Of Hornsey
1925


Plan Of The Borough Of Hornsey 1925



Full Title:
Mapmaker:
E.J. Lovegrove, M. Inst. C.E., Engineer & Surveyor, Town Hall, Highgate, N.6.
Publisher:
Unknown
Date Of Map:
July 1925
Size:
69.3cm x 56.5cm (27¼" x 22¼")
Scale:
7¼" : 1 Mile
Extent:
Friern Barnet Road - Finsbury Park - Seven Sisters Road - Bishops Avenue
Description:
Folding map of the Borough of Hornsey, laid down on linen. 24 folding sections with marbled end boards. Original slipcase not present.


 




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  • c1517 ~ London, Westminster And Southwark As In The Olden Times Shewing The City And Its Suburbs With The Churches, Monasteries, And All The Important Buildings As They Stood In The Reign Of Henry VIII Before The Reformation. Accompanied By An Historical And Topographical Memoir Compiled From Ancient Documents, Records, & Other Authentic Sources By William Newton, Author of the "Display Of Heraldry,", &c. (Published by Wm. Newton, 66 Chancery Lane, & By Bell & Daldy, 186 Fleet Street, London. October 1855. Taken from London In The Olden Time. Being A Topographical And Historical Memoir Of London, Westminster, And Southwark, Accompanying A Pictorial Map Of The City And Its Suburbs, As They Existed In The Reign Of Henry VIII, Before The Dissolution Of Monasteries. Compiled From Ancient Documents And Other Authentic Sources By William Newton, Author Of A Display Of Heraldry. London. Published For The Author, 66, Chancery Lane, By Bell And Daldy, 186, Fleet Street. MDCCCLV )

  • 1746 ~ An Exact Survey Of The City's Of London, Westminster Ye Borough Of Southwark And The Country Near Ten Miles Round Begun In 1741 & Ended In 1745 By John Rocque Land Surveyor & Engrau'd By Richard Parr (Photo lithographed and published by Edward Stanford, 1878. Hand coloured.)
    Howgego No. 94 (i)

  • 1753 ~ A Map Of The New Roads &c. From Westminster Bridge (Published In The Gentleman's Magazine, May 1753)

  • 1761 ~ A New And Correct Plan Of London, Westminster And Southwark, With Several Additional Improvements Not In Any Former Survey (Engrav'd & Printed for R. and J. Dodsley in Pall-Mall, 1761. Taken from 'London And Its Environs Described', Vol. IV.)
    Howgego No. 118

  • 1761 ~ A Correct Plan Of The Cities Of London, Westminster, And The Borough Of Southwark, Including The Bills Of Mortality, With The Additional Buildings &c. (Published In The London Magazine, June 1761)

  • 1763 ~ A New And Accurate Plan Of The Cities Of London And Westminster, Including The New Roads & New Buildings (Western half of map only. Published In The Gentleman's Magazine, 1763)

  • 1765 ~ A New And Accurate Plan Of The Cities Of London And Westminster, And The Borough Of Southwark, With The New Roads And New Buildings, &c. To The Year 1765 (Eastern half of map only. Published In The Universal Magazine Of Knowledge And Pleasure, By John Hinton, At The King's Arms In Newgate Street, London, May 1765)

  • 1789 ~ The Country Twenty-Five Miles Round London Planned From A Scale Of One Mile To An Inch. South East Quarter Of Map Only (Published on January 1st 1789 by Wm Faden, Charing Cross. Size: 51cm x 61cm (20" x 24"). Scale 1" : 1 Mile. Hand-coloured map of south east London & north west Kent. Extent: SE London, Mucking / Tilbury, Yalding / Tunbridge, Godstone / Bletchingley)
    Howgego No. 188 (2)

  • 1793 ~ Bowles's Reduced New Pocket Plan Of The Cities Of London And Westminster With The Borough Of Southwark, Exhibiting The New Buildings To The Year 1793 (Printed for Carington Bowles at his Map & Print Warehouse, No 69 in St Paul's Churchyard, 1793. Size: 39.6cm x 56cm (15½" x 22"). Hand-coloured map of London.)
    Unrecorded variant of Howgego No. 168, being between States (8) & (9).

  • 1798 ~ Cary's New Pocket Plan of London, Westminster, and Southwark, With all the adjacent Buildings in St George's Fields &c. &c. to which are annexed (from Authority) the exact Boundary of the Rules of the Kings Bench Prison; the situation of the receiving Houses of the General & Penny Post Offices, references to Public Buildings &c. &c. also a Correct List of upwards of 350 Hackney Coach Fares. (London, printed for J. Cary Engraver, Map & Printseller, No. 181, Strand, Jany 1, 1798. Hand-coloured map of London.)
    Unrecorded variant of Howgego No. 192, being between States (5) & (6).

  • 1804 ~ Wallis's Plan of the Cities of London and Westminster 1804. (Published Jan'y 24th 1804 by J. Wallis, No.16 Ludgate Street. An unrecorded variant of Howgego No. 214 (4-5). Map extended east on an extra sheet measuring 16¼" x 11½", entitled "The Isle Of Dogs and the New Docks for the West India Trade" in an oval at the top left. Size: 117cm x 44cm (46Ē x 17Ē). Hand-coloured map of London, dissected and mounted on linen.)
    Howgego No. 214 (4-5)

  • 1817 ~ An Entire New Plan Of The Cities Of London & Westminster, & Borough Of Southwark; The East & West India Docks, Regent's Park, New Bridges, &c. &c. With The Whole Of The New Improvements Of The Present Time. (Published July 1st 1817 by W. Darton, Junr. 58 Holborn Hill. Engraved by G. Alexander, Clarks Place, Islington. 1817. Size: 99cm x 48cm (39" x 19"). Hand-coloured map of London.)
    Howgego No. 268 (2)

  • 1820 ~ A Plan Of The Cities Of London & Westminster, the Borough of Southwark, With The New Buildings (Published by William Faden, Geographer To The King & To HRH The Prince Of Wales. Charing Cross. 1820. Size: 91.5cm x 47cm (36" x 18½"). Hand-coloured in outline.)
    Howgego No. 269 (2)

  • 1822 ~ Map of the Country 12 Miles Round London. "The publisher having surveyed the whole of the great roads in this map and determined the exact situation of the Nobleman's and Gentleman's seats, is aware that there may be some houses omitted which from their multiplicity is unavoidable but considerable pains have been bestowed in selecting those that appear to him of most importance, but should any material omissions occur information on the subject will be thankfully received and carefully attended to." (Published by C. Smith, No. 172 Strand, September 12th 1822. Engraved by W.R. Gardener. Size: 88cm x 75cm)

  • 1831 ~ Plan Of The Northern Part, Of The Parish Of Lambeth, Comprehending The Ecclesiastical Districts Of St. Mary, St. John, Waterloo, And Part Of St. Mark, Kennington: Formed Out Of The Bishop's, Prince's, And Marsh And Wall Liberties, Comprising All That Now Remains Of The Auncyent Towne Of Lamhithe, Situate In Fore Street And Princes Street; With Parts Of The Adjoining Parishes Of Christ Church, St. George, Southwark, And St. Mary, Newington. By Rd. Williamson, Engraver. (London. Published Augt. 1st, 1831, By R. & E. Williamson, Engravers & Printers, 14, Moore Place, New Bethlem. R. & E. Williamson, Scrip. et Sculp. Size: 23¾" x 19" [60.3cm x 48.2cm]. Hand-coloured map of Lambeth.)

  • 1838 ~ The Metropolitan Boroughs, As Defined by the Reform Bill (Source: England's Topographer; Or, The English Counties Delineated : The Metropolitan Boroughs Of London. Thomas Moule, London, 1838. Size: 62cm x 52cm (24½" x 20½"). Hand-coloured map of London.)

  • 1841 ~ The Royal Gardens Vauxhall For Sale by Mr. Leifchild, 1841 (Size: 56cm x 43cm (22" x 17"). Hand-coloured map of Vauxhall.)

  • 1842 ~ [Panoramic View Of] London In 1842 Taken From The Summit Of The Duke Of York's Column. This Picture Of The Metropolis Of The British Empire Is Presented To The Subscribers Of The Illustrated London News By The Proprietors. ( W. Little. Published by Illustrated London News, London, 1843. Size: 82cm x 117cm [32¼" x 46"])

  • 1843 ~ Cross's New Plan of London. Slipcase label reads: Cross's New Plan Of London With All The Improvements To 1843 (London, J. Cross, 18 Holborn Hill. 1843. Size: 102cm x 66cm (40" x 26"). Hand-coloured map of London.)
    Howgego No. 317 (9), although MAPCO's copy differs from the D&H description.

  • 1844 ~ Cruchley's New Plan Of London, Shewing All The New And Intended Improvements To The Present Time. A New Edition Improved To Jany. 1st. 1844 (G.F. Cruchley, London. 1844. Size: 63.5cm x 43cm (25" x 17¼"). Hand-coloured map of London.)
    Howgego No. 304 C. (7)

  • 1844 ~ Cross's London Guide (London, J. Cross, 18 Holborn Hill, opposite Furnivals Inn. Size: 51 x 75 cm. Hand-coloured map of London.)
    Howgego No. 360 (2)

  • 1845 ~ Wallis's Guide For Strangers Through London 1845 (Published by Edward Wallis, 42 Skinner Street. Hand-coloured map of London.)
    Howgego No. 301, after (10)

  • 1845 ~ The Railway Bell And Illustrated London Advertiser Map Of London 1845. "Time, Tide & Trains Wait for No Man." Presented Gratuitously To The Subscribers To The Railway Bell And Illustrated London Advertiser (George Biggs. Published at 335, Strand, Opposite Somerset House.)
    Howgego No. 380 (2)

  • 1846 ~ Rock's Illustrated Map Of London (William Henry Rock & Co., Walbrook, 1846)
    An unrecorded variant of Howgego No. 394 (1)

  • 1850 ~ The Circuiteer: A Series Of Distance Maps For All The Principal Towns In The United Kingdom. Invented By J. Friederichs, To Serve As A Guide For Ascertaining Cab Fares, Porterage, &c. &c. No 1 London (Published by J. Friederichs, 5 Nassau Street, Soho Square.)
    Howgego No. 408 (2)

  • 1850 ~ Wyld's New Plan of London. Published By Jas. Wyld Geographer To The Queen And H.R.H. Prince Albert. (James Wyld, Charing Cross East, June 3rd 1850)
    An unrecorded earlier variant of Hyde No. 25 (1)
    (A great 1851 Census street finding aid)

  • 1854 ~ From The Ordnance Survey Of The Country Thirty Miles Round London. Additions To 1854 (Published By G F Cruchley, Mapseller & Globe Maker, 81 Fleet Street, London. Additions To 1854. Size: 127cm x 101.5cm (50" x 40"). Scale 1" : 1 Mile. Hand-coloured map of the Environs of London, dissected and mounted on linen.)
    (Hyde records this as Howgego No. 333)

  • 1855 ~ Davies Map Of The Environs Of London, On A Scale Of One Inch To The Mile, Showing The Radius Of 4 Mile From Charing Cross (Drawn and Engraved by B. R. Davies, London. Published by Edward Stanford, 6, Charing Cross, London, 1855)
    (Hyde records this as Howgego No. 333)

  • 1856 - Metropolis Water Supply. Plan Distinguishing The Sites Of The Works And The Districts Severally Supplied By The Water Companies. 1856. Extent: Hornsey-Plumstead-Croydon-Hampton (Published by Day & Son, Lithographers To The Queen, 17 Gate Street, Lincolns Inn Fields. 1856)

  • c1857 ~ Map Of The Environs Of London Reduced From The Ordnance Survey (London. Published by Edward Stanford, 6 Charing Cross, London)
    (Hyde No. 55)

  • 1863 - Stanford's Map Of Metropolitan Railways, Bridges, Embankments, &c. Including The Proposed Railways And Other Plans. Brought Before Parliament For Session 1863. (London: Published By Edward Stanford, 6 Charing Cross, S.W. 1863. Scale: 2Ē : 1 mile.)
    (Hyde M.I. 5)

  • 1864 - A New Map Of Metropolitan Railways & Miscellaneous Improvements. Deposited At The Private Bill Office, Nov. 30, 1863, For Session 1864. (Stanford's Geographical Establishment, 6 Charing Cross, S.W.; London: Published By Edward Stanford, 6 Charing Cross. Vacher & Sons, 29 Parliament Street. Letts & Co., Royal Exchange. Decr. 21, 1863. Scale: 2Ē : 1 mile.)
    (Hyde M.I. 12)

  • 1867 ~ The Circuiteer: A Series Of Distance Maps For All The Principal Towns In The United Kingdom. Invented By J. Friederichs, To Serve As A Guide For Ascertaining Cab Fares, Porterage, &c. &c. No 1 London (Published by J. Friederichs, 5 Nassau Street, Soho Square and Simpkin Marshall & Co. 1867)
    First published 1847 (Howgego No. 408) this map redrawn and published 1862 (Hyde No. 80)

  • c1870 ~ A New Map Of The Country Twenty-Five Miles Round London (Published by Edward Stanford, London, Wholesale & Retail Mapseller, 55 Charing Cross. c1870)

  • 1871 ~ Davies's New Map Of The British Metropolis (Drawn and Engraved by B. R. Davies, London. Published by Edward Stanford, London, 1871)

  • 1872 ~ The Country In The Vicinity Of London, Describing All The New Improvements, Metropolitan Boroughs And Parish Boundaries (James Wyld, 1872)

  • c1873 ~ Environs Of London Ordnance Survey Map Series. Scale 1" to 1 mile. 7 Maps (of 8) (Colonel Colby 1844. Published c1873)

  • 1878 ~ Stanfordís Library Map Of London And Its Suburbs; Or, Geological Library Map Of London. On A Scale Of 6 Inches To 1 Statute Mile, Or 1 Inch To 880 Feet (Published by Edward Stanford, 55 Charing Cross Road SW, May 1st 1878)

  • c1880 ~ Bacon's Large Scale Ordnance Survey Of London And Suburbs With Alphabetical Index. With The Addition Of 2,500 New Streets. (Published by G. W. Bacon & Co., 127, Strand, London; Agents By Appointment For The Ordnance Maps)

  • 1880 ~ Bird's-Eye Views Of The Principal Streets Of London. (Taken from London In 1880, by Herbert Fry)

  • c1882 ~ W.H. Smith & Son's Map Of Environs Of London. Scale 1 Mile to an Inch (W.H. Smith & Son, 186 Strand, c1882)
    Hyde No. 171 (4)

  • 1886 ~ Bacon's New Large-Scale Ordnance Atlas Of London & Suburbs : With Supplementary Maps, Copious Letterpress Descriptions, And Alphabetical Indexes, By George Washington Bacon. (Edited and Published by George W. Bacon, London. 1886.)

  • c1888 ~ Wyld's Map Of The Superficial Geology Of London And Its Environs. (London. Published by James Wyld, Geographer to the Queen, 457 West Strand, 11 & 12 Charing Cross, & 2 Royal Exchange. c1888.)

  • c1889 - Gall & Inglis' Handy Map & Guide To London With Index To Streets : being Cruchley's Handy Map Of London (Gall & Inglis, 25 Paternoster Square, London, & Edinburgh, c1889)
    Hyde No. 235

  • c1890 ~ Bacon's Map Of The Environs Of London (G.W. Bacon & Co, 127 Strand)

  • 1894 ~ Davies' Map Of The Environs Of London (Drawn and Engraved by B. R. Davies, London. Published by Edward Stanford, 26 & 27 Cockspur st., Charing Cross, S.W., London, Oct 1st 1894)

  • 1898 ~ Map Of The County Of London Shewing The Boundary Of The Jurisdiction Of The London City Council, Also The Boundaries Of The Sanitary Districts, Parishes, District Boards Of Works, Extra Parochial Places, And The City Of London. 1898. (Published by Edward Stanford, 26 & 27 Cockspur st., Charing Cross, S.W., London. Dec. 19th 1898)

  • 1912 ~ London. Drawn & Engraved Expressly For The Post Office Directory 1912. Scale : 4 Inches To 1 Mile. (London. Kelly's Directories Ltd., 182 to 184 High Holborn, W.C.)




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