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Discovering London Illustrated Map

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Title: Plan Of Part Of The City Of Westminster, Copied From Radulphus Aggas's Map, Taken In The Reign Of Queen Elizabeth, 1578. Title: Breadstreet Ward and Cordwainers Ward with their Divisions into Parishes according to a new Survey Publisher: London. Published as the Act directs, September 10th, 1807, by John Thomas Smith, No. 31, Castle Street East, Oxford Street. Title: 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. Source: Taken from "Cook's Handbook To London", by Thos. Cook & Son, Ludgate Circus. Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co. Ltd. 1911

Source: Taken from Parliamentary Paper entitled: "Regent's Park. A plan of the Regent's Park, Showing the Improvements and Alterations recently made therein. London 1841." Publisher: London. Published as the Act directs, 30 May. 1809, by John Thomas Smith, No. 4, Polygon, Somers Town.

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Title: Sir Christopher Wren's Plan For Rebuilding The City Of London After The Dreadfull Conflagration In 1666 Source: The Second Report (1799) From The Select Committee Upon The Improvement Of The Port Of London 1803 Countless hours of research and the help of several London locals from the online community have bought this edition to life. Digging deeper into hidden local history, the ever-changing London skyline and often overlooked spots, Jenni has turned her findings into hundreds of isometric illustrations. With each area portrayed with a distinct typographical style, this stunning print captures the rich multitude of places, from clubs to cafes to cultural institutions, to be found in London’s centre. Publisher: London. Published as the Act directs, June 29, 1809, by John Thomas Smith, No. 4, Polygon, Somers Town.

Title: Exterior Of The Crystal Palace Erected In Hyde Park For The Exhibition Of The Industry Of All Nations. Title: The Wards of Coleman Street, and Bassishaw, Taken from the latest Survey, With Corrections and AmendmentsTitle: A Plan of the City and Liberties of London, Shewing the Extent of the Dreadful Conflagration in the Year 1666 Another example is Wyld's New Plan of London, published by James Wyld, 1851 with the cover title Wyld's Map of London and Visitor's Guide to the Great Exhibition 1851 (SC/GL/FLM/055/1851/k1287044).

Notes: A speculative plan of Roman London post-AD62. Various sources are cited in relation to the creation of this plan. An item of interest rather than a factual map of London. This child-like map of the centre of south London’s hipsterverse, with illustration from Charlotte Trounce, is rather charming. Get one of your own here.Source: Engraved for "The History And Antiquities Of London" Vol.1, by Thomas Pennant, Esq. London 1813 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.

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