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An exact survey of the cities of London and Westminster, the borough of Southwark, with the country near ten miles round; begun in 1741, finished in 1745, and publish'd in 1746, according to act of Parliament = Urbium maxime insignium Londini et Westmonasterii nec non municipii Sudovercencis = Carte topographique des villes de Londres, Westminster, et bourg de Southwark / by John Rocque ; engrav'd by Richard Parr, and printed by W. Pratt.: PB 30.6-2021

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An exact survey of the cities of London and Westminster, the borough of Southwark, with the country near ten miles round; begun in 1741, finished in 1745, and publish'd in 1746, according to act of Parliament = Urbium maxime insignium Londini et Westmonasterii nec non municipii Sudovercencis = Carte topographique des villes de Londres, Westminster, et bourg de Southwark / by John Rocque ; engrav'd by Richard Parr, and printed by W. Pratt.
Exact survey of the citys of London Westminster, ye borough of Southwark and the country near ten miles round begun in 1741 & ended in 1745 / by John Rocque.
Accurata descriptio urbium Londinensis et Westmonasteriensis, nec non municipii Southwarkensis

Maker(s)

Rocque, John
Engraver: Parr, Richard
Printer: Pratt, W. (printer)

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Description

([4]p) map on 16 sheets 1 ; sheets 54 x 73cm folded to 54 x 37cm

Titlepage in red and black, in English, Latin and French.
With a list of subscribers (including Sir Matthew Decker, Founder's grandfather).
Map engraved by Richard Parr.
On map [1]: Published ye 28th of Decr. 1744 ...
On map [16]: Published by J. Rocque according to Act of Parliament Feby 13th 1744.
Old classmarks: 17.L.7; 690.
Provenance: Fitzwilliam, 1761. His binding instruction on verso of p.[4].

Dating

Production date: AD 1746 : London : pr. by W. Pratt. Sold by the proprietor John Rocque ... and at the print shops in London and Westminster, 1746.

Identification numbers

Accession number: PB 30.6-2021
Primary reference Number: 307765
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Created: Wednesday 9 February 2022 Updated: Wednesday 9 February 2022 Last processed: Tuesday 13 June 2023

Associated departments & institutions

Owner or interested party: The Fitzwilliam Museum
Associated department: Manuscripts and Printed Books

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The Fitzwilliam Museum (2024) "An exact survey of the cities of London and Westminster, the borough of Southwark, with the country near ten miles round; begun in 1741, finished in 1745, and publish'd in 1746, according to act of Parliament = Urbium maxime insignium Londini et Westmonasterii nec non municipii Sudovercencis = Carte topographique des villes de Londres, Westminster, et bourg de Southwark / by John Rocque ; engrav'd by Richard Parr, and printed by W. Pratt." Web page available at: https://data.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/id/object/307765 Accessed: 2024-02-24 22:03:12

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