Strip maps of road from London to Chester. Detailes of city blocks, buildings, and crossroads. Ten strips included on one sheet: Middlesex, Hartford Shire, Northhampon Shire, Warwick Shire, Stafford Shire, Chesire, Shrop, Stafford Shire, and Cheshire.
A plan of the canal connecting Coventry to the Grand Canal connecting the rivers Trent and Mersey. A note is at the bottom centre describing the canal's completeness. Attractive map of this canal traveling through the towns of Tamworth, Polesworth, Atherstone, Nun Eaton to Coventry with all the points of interest along the way. Decorative title cartouche and compass rose. Light hatching is used to show topography on the western shore, and the cartouche has a sylvan motif. Warwickshire is especially made prominent through its large curved font, something not too often seen on these plans. Details are the canal system are tabled in the bottom right corner. Churches/cathedrals are drawn along the canal, and small trees are used to generalized forest cover.
A plan of the canal from Coventry to Oxford, England with East oriented at the top. It has a sylvan cartouche border, but no other ornamentation. An interesting detail are the isolated towns below the canal; details of the high streets are presumably shown but are disconnected from the system.