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Available dates: 1720  1746-1  1746-2   1786  1799  1830  1862  1891  1910 (Gazetteer)  


1720 - Find your way round early Georgian London.

London Ward & Parish Maps and Topographical Prints from John Strype's 1720 edition of John Stow's Survey of London and Westminster, with an index of 4,700 street and place names. John Strype meticulously updated John Stow’s work originally published in 1598. This was the first version illustrated with maps and topographical prints. The maps and prints were collected from a variety of sources at the time and in some cases are from much earlier dates. Commentary by Ralph Hyde. ISBN 978-0-9555227-2-7. PC and Mac compatible. £22.50

1746 - Find your way round mid-Georgian London. John Rocque’s 24 sheet 26 inch to the mile, 1746 map of London, Westminster and Southwark with an index of more than 5,500 street and place names. This map is based on Rocque’s original survey at the time. The first map to be based on an original survey since that of William Morgan in 1682. ISBN 978-0-9555227-3-4. PC and Mac compatible. £22.50

1746 - 10 Miles round London in 1746. John Rocque’s 5 1/2 inch to the mile of the country 10 miles round London with an index of more than 2,800 street and place names. This map is based on Rocque’s original survey at the time. ISBN 978-0-9555227-1-0. PC and Mac compatible. £15.00

1786 - 15 Miles round London in 1786. John Cary’s 50 page, one inch to the mile pocket atlas of the country 15 miles round London in 1786 (the time of George III), with a 4,000 name index of places and property owners. ISBN 978-0-9545080-0-9. PC and Mac compatible. £12.00

1799 - Find your way round London in 1799. Richard Horwood's 32 sheet 26 inch to the mile, 1799 map of London, Westminster and Southwark with an index of more than 6,000 street and place names. Each house in each street is numbered to the extent that they were numbered. This map is based on Horwood's original survey at the time. The successor to Rocque's similar scale map of 1745. ISBN 978-0-9545080-7-4. PC and Mac compatible. £22.50

1830 – Find your way round London c.1830. Christopher and John Greenwood’s 6 sheeet, 8 inch to the mile map of London c.1830, with an index of over 8,500 street and place names. ISBN 978-0-9545080-6-7. PC and Mac compatible. £22.50

1862 - Find your way round mid-Victorian London. Edward Stanford’s 24 sheet, 6 inch to the mile Library Map of London and its Suburbs, 1862. The most important map of mid-Victorian London, with an index of over 18,000 street and other names. Stanford used the Ordnance Survey 12 inch to the mile map which had been produced in outline for the Metropolitan Commissioners of Sewers, and sent his own surveyors out to complete the detail. More detailed than the modern A-Z this map was amazingly never published with an index, until this CD. ISBN 978-0-9545080-8-1. PC and Mac compatible. £27.50

1891 - Find your way round late Victorian London. Edward Stanford’s 24 sheet, 6 inch to the mile Library Map of London and its Suburbs, 1891 edition, with an index of over 24,000 street and other names. Stanford used the Ordnance Survey 12 inch to the mile map which had been produced in outline for the Metropolitan Commissioners of Sewers, and sent his own surveyors out to complete the detail, for the first edition in 1862. More detailed than the modern A-Z this map was amazingly never published with an index, until this CD. ISBN 978-0-9555227-0-3. PC and Mac compatible. £27.50

1910 - Dictionary of the City of London. Henry Harben’s gazetteer of 6,000 street, alley, court and other names and terms in the City of London, including those no longer in existence, “from the earliest records to today” (1910), published in 1918 several years after Harben’s death. A digital version of a scarce reference book. ISBN 978-0-9555227-4-1. PC and Mac compatible. £10.00