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

Cary's New And Accurate Plan
Of London And Westminster

Kilborn & Refs To Public Buildings Refs To Public Buildings & St. John's Wood The Hampstead Road The Highgate Road & Pancras Islington Kingsland & Hoxton Hackney References To The Churches
Wesborn Green & Kensington Gravel Pits Paddington & Hyde Park Portland Place & Hanover Square Foundling Hospital & Lincoln's Inn Fields New River Head & St. Paul's Shoreditch & Aldgate Bethnal Green & White Chapel Mile End & Stepney
Kensington Gardens & Earls Court Hyde Park & Brompton Green Park & Pimlico Whitehall & Lambeth Blackfryers Bridge & St. Georges Fields The Tower & Bermondsey Ratcliff & Rotherhith Limehouse & Redriff
Little Chelsea & Street Index A-B Chelsea, Battersea & Street Index B-C Neat House Gardens, Battersea & Street Index C-G Vauxhall Park & Street Index G-K Newington Butts, Walworth & Street Index K-N Greenwich Road & Street Index N-R Seven Chimes & Street Index R-T Limehouse Reach & Street Index T-Y

The Map

Full Title:
CARY's New and Accurate Plan of LONDON and WESTMINSTER the Borough of Southwark and parts Adjacent: viz. Kensington, Chelsea, Islington, Hackney, Walworth, Newington &c with an Alphabetical List of upwards of 500 of the most principal Streets with references to their situation.
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John Cary, Map & Print-seller, No. 188, corner of Arundel Street, Strand.
January 1st, 1795
125cm x 81.5cm (49¼" x 32")
6½" : 1 statute mile
Canonbury - Limehouse - Kennington - Kensington
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).

Recorded in Howgego as No. 184 (4), this beautiful late 18th century map of London in is excellent condition for its age, with only one significant stain on the map on the Earls Court sections. Of great interest is the List of 528 Principal Streets, and the References to Churches and Public Buildings.

This is a very rare and beautiful map. I do hope that you enjoy it.


References To The Public Buildings &c.

References To The
Public Buildings &c.



A List Of 528 Of The Most Principal Streets

A List Of 528 Of The
Most Principal Streets
With References To
Their Situation



References To The Churches

References To
The Churches


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