Catalogue of the Collection of Drawings, Prints and Maps, in the Library of the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, at Devizes

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C.H. Woodward, 1898 - Wiltshire (England) - 158 pages
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Page 150 - Divided into its Hundreds ; Exhibiting the Roads Towns and Villages ; with their Distance from London, Church Livings, Seats of the Nobility, and Historical Remarks. London : Printed for the Proprietor Carington Bowles, N░ 69 in S* Pauls Church Yard.
Page 149 - Illustrated with Historical Extracts relative to its Natural Produce, Trade, Manufactures, and Present State of the City of Salisbury and the Principal Towns. Describing also the Church Livings, &c. By Eman. Bowen, Geographer to His Late Majesty. Printed for E.
Page 148 - Wiltshire divided into Hundreds exhibiting its Roads, Rivers, Parks, &c., by John Gary, Engraver.
Page 148 - Divided into Hundreds, Drawn from the best Authorities and Illustrated with Historical Extracts relative to its Natural. Produce Trade Manufactures and Present State of the Principal Towns describing also the Church-Livings, CharitySchools EC.
Page 114 - An exact Flan and Section of, also the East View of that antient City as it then stood (before its reduction) in 553, taken from the best authorities by F. Merryweather. Salisbury. 1761. Copper. 19| x 16ú. H. 248.
Page 148 - Showing all the Railways & names of Stations, also the Villages, Turnpike Roads, Gentlemen's Seats &c, &c, Improved from the Ordnance Surveys. London : Published by Gall & Inglis, 25, Paternoster Square. Edinburgh : 6, George Street.
Page 150 - Drawn from the latest Surveys ; Corrected and Improved by the best Authorities. J. Ellis, sculp*.
Page 148 - A Topographical Map Of Wiltshire on a scale of 2 inches to a mile from an actual Survey by John Andrews & Andrew Dury in the year 1773.

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