SUFFOLK, Drawn from late SURVEYS by Eman. Bowen Geog'r to His Majesty
A map of the county of Suffolk for Hinton's Universal Magazine. The coat of arms of Bury are present, and a detailed cartouche borders the work's title and mark of responsibility. An elaborate cartouche frames the map title with authority given to Eman. Bowen as engraver. The Arms of Bury placed in the right top corer show a scroll motif cartouche with vegetation and three crowns pierced with two crossed arrows. roadways, town centers, and reliefe are detailed. An explanation of borough, market towns, and watermills in placed at center top of map. Water mills along rivers are symbolized, along with members of parliament of areas. and recently surveyed roads.
The scale bar is in English miles, and London is used for the prime meridian.
1 map ; 16 x 19 cm
0.223; 1.800; 51.866; 52.852
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
v. 24 February 1759, opposite pg 57.
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