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The Mapping of North America

Mr. Philip D. Burden‚Äč
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Edward Wallis (fl.1813-45) first published this plan of London in 1820. It extends from Rotherhithe to Chelsea, Paddington and Hackney. Further editions were published in 1821, 1823 and 1824. The latter two were not recorded in Darlington & Howgego. A note upper right highlights the city outlined in red. A lettered grid is placed over the map which relates to the key of streets below. Darlington & Howgego (1964) (st. 4). Not in the British Library.
WALLIS, Edward

Wallis's Guide for Strangers, through London, and its Environs

Edward Wallis, 42 Skinner Street, Snow Hill, London, 1823
515 x 600 mm., early wash colour, with some outline, cut and dissected, laid on linen, with the original slipcase complete with original publishers title label including itself including a view of London, worn, map in good condition.
Stock number: 7699


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