ACCURATE MAP of IRELAND divided in PROVINCES and COUNTIES, with Its Great and Bye Roads, Loughs, Rivers, Canals &c. &c.
Map of Ireland divided into its 4 provinces by different colours outlining the borders and further subdivided into their respective counties. Major roads are shown using hollow double lines, and bye-roads with single lines of a lighter lineweight than what is used for rivers. Fishing banks within St. Georges Channel and the Irish Sea are shown, along with light relief. J. Gary Scuip. noted below simple medallion title. Nymph Bank noted as discovered in 1735 by Captain Doyle.
The scale bar is in Irish miles, and the graticule uses London as its prime meridian; the scale was calculated from the scale bar and the coordinates from the map's graticule.
1 map : outline color ; 35 x 27 cm
-11.080; -5.726; 50.992; 55.560
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
v.1 April 1782, opposite pg. 253.
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