A Plan Of The City's Of London, Westminster
And Borough Of Southwark; With The New Additional Buildings.
S. Parker delin et sculpt. Revised by John Senex
Cassell & Company Limited, La Belle Sauvage, Ludgate
Hill, London, E.C.
53cm x 71cm (21" x 28")
5½" : 1 statute mile / Scale bar c. 2½"
: 1 statute mile
New River Head - Whitechapel - Lambeth - Buckingham
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.
This facsimilie of Senex's 1720 London plan was published c1880 by Cassell, Petter
& Calpin with Part 68 of Old & New London, E.Weller litho. Catalogued
in Howgego as No. 65 (i).
The original plan was published in A New General Atlas Containing A Geographical
And Historical Account Of The World. Printed for Daniel Brown without Temple-Bar,
Thomas Taylor, over against Serjeants-Inn in Fleet-Street, John Darby in Bartholomew
Close, John Senex in Salisbury-Court, William Taylor in Pater-noster-Row, Joseph
Smith in Exeter-Change, Andrew Johnston Engraver in Round-Court, William Bray
next the Fountain Tavern in the Strand, Edward Symond in Cornhill. MDCCXXI.
The main images of the Senex plan are equally divided, using the fold lines
of the plan as an approximate guide. The reference sections at the bottom of the
map have been divided unevenly for ease of viewing.
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