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KENT 1740

KENT 1740
KENT 1740

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A fine reproduction of an accurate map of the County of Kent.

Divided into its Lathes, and subdivided into Hundreds.

Drawn from Surveys, and most approved modern maps, with various additional improvements:

Illustrated with Historical Extracts relative to the Air, Soil, Natural Produce, Manufacture, trade, and present state of its Cities & principal towns. By Eman: Bowen Geographer to His Majesty. History:

This map was usually published in the “Large English Atlas” the best county atlas of the 18th century, with maps by Emanuel Bowen, Thomas Bowen, and one, Middlesex, by R.W.Seale.

YEAR: 1740


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