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2 edition of descriptive list of the printed maps of Northamptonshire, A. D. 1576-1900. found in the catalog.

descriptive list of the printed maps of Northamptonshire, A. D. 1576-1900.

Harold Whitaker

descriptive list of the printed maps of Northamptonshire, A. D. 1576-1900.

by Harold Whitaker

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Published by Northants. Record Soc. in Northampton .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesThe publications of the Northamptonshire Record Society -- Vol. 14
ContributionsNorthamptonshire Record Society.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22644700M

The date on Smith's map is , which is before the start of his earliest explorations of Virginia and the Chesapeake Bay in North is not at the top of the map as is the norm today, but to the right. Captain Smith drew the map from the perspective of a ship coming from the Atlantic. A league - the scale used - . 1 Harold Whitaker, A Descriptive List of the Printed Maps of Northamptonshire. A.D. (), p. xv. 2 E. G. R. Taylor, The Mathematical Practitioners of .

Location of venues of football games seen in Northamptonshire. This map was created by a user. Learn how to create your own. Insurance Plan of Northampton (): Key Plan 3 1: This "key plan" indicates coverage of the Goad series of fire insurance maps of Northampton that were originally produced to aid insurance companies in assessing fire risks. The building footprints, their use (commercial, residential, educational, etc.), the number of floors and the height of the building, as well as construction.

Rothersthorpe is a small village of medieval origin, in South Northamptonshire, England, with a population of in the Census, reducing to at the census. Rothersthorpe is situated 3½ miles southwest of Northampton. Stony Stratford 1: The county boundary of Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire is depicted to the right of the sheet as a red pecked line. It can be seen following sections of the River Ouse. Two ancient forests are also shown: the Royal Forest of Whittlewood, a medieval hunting forest, is at middle left; and Salcey Forest, the heart of the ancient woodland belt of the East Midlands, is.


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Descriptive list of the printed maps of Northamptonshire, A. D. 1576-1900 by Harold Whitaker Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. A descriptive list of the printed maps of Northamptonshire, A.D. [Harold Whitaker; Northamptonshire Record Society.]. The map is similar to that in the British Atlas of Walker, J. & C. A further reprint of No. In BRITI H ATLAS lar. fol. / here i a copy of this edition of the atla at the oyal Geographi­ cal ociety.

Th map of Northamptonshire i still dated but rail­. A descriptive list of the printed maps of Northamptonshire, A.D.14 () s [ edit ] Lloyd, L.C.; Stenton, D.M. eds., Sir Christopher Hatton's book of seals; to which is appended a select list of A. D. 1576-1900. book works of Frank Merry Stenton, 15 ().

A Descriptive List of the Printed Maps of Northamptonshire AD Author: Harold Whitaker Subject: A detailed description of maps of the county of Northampton Keywords: Maps; Northamptonshire Created Date: 5/29/ PM.

MAPS OF ~ORTHAMPTON HIRE COUNTY ~fAPS. P UBLISHED BY G. CRUCHLEY, MAP ~AKER, 81, FLEET STREET, LONDON, vo. { The map is lithographed and scarcely recognisable. The original title with the compass indicator and Cary's name have all.

This i th e rliest individual map of the county to show roads. t wa reprinted inand These cards are now exc dingly r r. Horden, R.

A r print of No. In (A COLLECTION OF MAPS OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND AND WALE). 16m. / Impr. Whitaker, Harold. A descriptive list of the printed maps of Northamptonshire, A Descriptive List of the Printed Maps of Northamptonshire A.D.

by Harold Whitaker (pp. ) Review by: E. Taylor. A Descriptive List of the Printed Maps of NorfolkRaymond Frostick, The Printed Maps of Norfolk3* 5* Northamptonshire: Whitaker, H. A descriptive list of the printed maps of Northamptonshirein Northamptonshire Record Soci 3* Northumberland: Whitaker, H.

A descriptive list of the. A descriptive list of the printed maps of Northamptonshire, A.D.Northamptonshire Record Society Publications, 14 () Lloyd, L.C.; Stenton, D.M. eds., Sir Christopher Hatton’s book of seals; to which is appended a.

Northamptonshire. Robert Morden in New description & state of England. Northamptonshire. Emanuel Bowen and John Owen in Britannia Depicta The Old Map Shop.

Northamptonshire. Henry Moll in A New Description of England and Wales, Northamptonshire. Thomas Badeslade. pub. Toms in Chorographica Britanniæ.

Made with Google My Maps. Northampton. Terms; This map was created by a user. Learn how to create your own. Create new map. Open map. Shared with you. Help. Feedback. Report inappropriate content.

Antique county map of Northamptonshire first published c, republished Villages, towns, and cities illustrated include Wellingborough, Thrapston, Peterborough, and Rothwell. Charles Smith was a cartographer working in London from circa His maps were finely engraved on copper and featured beautiful hand colouring.

Oundle Oundle is a market town on the River Nene in Northamptonshire, England, which had a population of 5, at the time of the census. Photo: Dyvroeth, CC BY-SA Print Of Antique Northamptonshire Map.

£ + £ postage. Make offer - Print Of Antique Northamptonshire Map. MAP OF LEICESTERSHIRE BY ROBERT MORDEN LEICESTER MELTON MOWBRAY HINCKLEY * £ + £ postage. Harvey, P.D.A. & Thorpe, H., The printed maps of Warwickshire (Warwick, ) Whitaker, Harold, A descriptive list of the maps of Northumberland, (Newcastle upon Tyne, ) Whitaker, Harold, A descriptive list of the printed maps of Yorkshire and its ridings, (Wakefield, ).

Harold Whitaker: A Descriptive List of the Maps of Northumberland -a volume, hardcover, illustrated with numerous plates (full page and fold-out), published by The Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle Upon Tyne and The Public Libraries Committee of Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northamptonshire, East Midlands, England, United Kingdom - Free topographic maps visualization and sharing.

The following is a list of the civil parishes of Northamptonshire, England. Click on a parish name to go to the parish Wiki article for research information. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. A good engraved map of the county. Title panel with compass rose. Publisher’s imprint beneath dated 10 1/4 x 8 1/4 inches.

Attractive original outline hand colouring. Good condition. With this map is the original pages of descriptive text. Straight from the atlas and not sold as a single map before. Oundle 1: This drawing describes the boundary of Northamptonshire with Huntingdonshire, the border being indicated by a red dotted line near the right margin of the sheet.

The River Nene is highlighted in blue at the upper left. North of the river valley, Rockingham Forest is represented by stippled treetops.Northamptonshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 4, Northamptonshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, Description: County map of Northamptonshire orientated west to east.

The very elaborate dedication on the lower left is to James Compton, 3rd Earf of Northampton, politician, soldier in the English Civil War on the Royalist side and later Constable of the Tower of London.