BOWLE’S MAP OF LONDON 1794
A fine reproduction map of BOWLE’S New Pocket Plan of the Cities of London and Westminster with the Borough of Southwark: comprehending their Outskirts and Extent of the Thames from Chelsea to Deptford, exhibiting also the New Buildings, Roads and other Alterations to the year 1794.
A detailed plan of Eighteenth-century London. Superb detail throughout often noting individual buildings, gardens, and estates. The table along the bottom notes principal buildings and churches. Bowles first issued this plan in 1777 and updated it regularly to the end of the 18th century.
CARTOGRAPHER: Thomas Bowles
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