A second edition was published the following year with the date altered accordingly. Dickinson’s name was also removed from the imprint. The address name also changed from ‘Inigo Jones’s head’ to the ‘Dial and three Crowns’, both at the same location next to the Globe Tavern. There are only two known examples, at the British Library (Maps CC.5.a.263) and the Leiden University Library (P.151.120 ). This third state bears an altered date to 1742 and is the only known example and was first identified in 1987. ‘Milford haven’ has been added by a contemporary hand. There are very few thematic road maps ever published of England and Wales, the majority were separately published and are extremely rare. Provenance: Tooley Adams Catalogue 1987 item 23; private English collection. Shirley (1988) Millward & Dickinson 1 state 3; Tooley’s Dictionary (1999-2004).
The Traveller's Guide or Pocket Companion: Containing a Map of all the Direct and Principal Cross Roads of England and Wales