NORTHAMPTON SHIRE Drawn from the best Authorities by Eman: Bowen Geog'r to His Majesty
A map of Northhamptonshire by Bowen for Hinton's Universal Magazine. The arms of Northampton are shown, and the works title is framed by a cartouche with produce and possible cowslips, traditionally the county's flower), a basket of produce, and a small badger.
Unlike some other maps in this series, the longitude is not stated as emanating from either the east or west of London. The scale bar is in English miles, and London is used for the prime meridian. The scale and coordinates were calculated from the scale bar and graticule.
1 map ; 19 x 17 cm
-1.425; -0.248; 51.932; 52.716
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
v. 14 March 1754, opposite pg. 97.
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