Strip maps of road detailing city blocks, buildings, and crossroads from London to Dover, Rye, Hith, Margate, Ramsgate, and Deal. Fifteen strips included on one sheet: Kent, Kent to Ramsgate, Ramsgate to Deal through Sandwich, entire region of Kent, from Canterbury to Margate, Surrey, Sussex, From London to Surrey, Canterbury to Dover and Deal, The Sea and Canterbury.
Strip maps of road detailing city blocks, buildings, and crossroads from London to Winchester. Thirteen strips included on one sheet: Hamp Shire, Dorset Shire, Surrey, Sussex, Hampshire, Chester, South Hampton, Pool, Winchester, Portsmouth.
Map detailing the path of lunar eclipse in France and England. No landmarks are noted but several cities are indicated. Other countries noted are: Norway, Scotland, and Ireland. Shaded areas indicate radius of lunar eclipse.
Strip maps of road from London to Worcester. Details of city blocks, buildings, and crossroads. Tweleve strips included on one sheet: Middlesey, Berkshire, Weilshire, Gloucester Shire, Wilt Shire, Somerset Shire, Somerset Shire, Ghoucester Shire, and Worcester Shitre
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.
Strip maps of road detailing city blocks, buildings, and crossroads from London to Exeter. Eleven strips included on one sheet: Middlesex, Oxford Shire, Hereford Shire, Radnor Shire, Cardigan Shire, Somerset Shire, Sevon shire, Aberistwith.
Strip maps of road detailing city blocks, buildings, and crossroads from London to Truro Fifteen strips included on one sheet:Devon shire, Corvall, Cornwall, Dorset Shire, Hampshire, Surrey, Salisbury, Exeter, Plymouth, and Truro.
Plan depicts alternative plans for Laying Blackfriars Road indicated by double-dotted and pricked lines. The mile-long road was finished in the last quarter of the 18th Century. Plan etches buildings, prisons, gardens, piers, wharfs, laneways, side streets, waterways, and common grounds. Description is opposite pages refer to expected monuments and other buildings to be erected.
Chart indicates low water marks, depth in fathoms, and ships course taken around the point. Dotted areas indicate banks and shoals. Of significance on this chart are locations of proposed lights and compass lines.
Three related canal plans detail the large effort being made to expand the network of navigable canals throughout England. The canal is still open and is known as the Huddersfield Broad or Sir John Ramsden's Canal. It is part of one of three trans-Pennine canal routes. The letters along the proposed canal correspond to the locks found within the large table.
A plan of the British town and fortifications of the Rock at Gibraltar from an oblique view. The legend found in the accompanying text describes the pertinent features of the plan, and two ships of the line are rendered in the bay. Letters key A-O is explained on page 299.
This plan presents a very decorative cartouche. Following the Croitwich Barge Canal Act of 1768, the Croitwich was linked to the River Severn, Janes Brindley's contour canal opened enabling economical carriage of salt products from the brine sources of Droitwich to wider markets.