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A new & accurate map of Scotland or North Britain : drawn from surveys and most approved maps and charts & regulated by astronom'l observ's : with several improvm'ts not to be found in any other map extant /

A new & accurate map of Scotland or North Britain : drawn from surveys and most approved maps and charts & regulated by astronom'l observ's : with several improvm'ts not to be found in any other map extant /

 
 
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Relief shown pictorially. Depths shown by soundings in local area.
Hand col. to emphasize shire boundaries.
Watermark indecipherable.
Plate removed from Bowen's Complete atlas, or, distinct view of the known world. London, 1752.
Phillips 614, no. 6
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
LC copy imperfect: Horizontally fold-lined, torn at fold line, detached atlas plate, adhesive label affixed to verso.
Includes text, notes, Shetland Islands inset, tabular directory of shires, directory of parliamentary boroughs, and embellished title cartouche.
In lower margin: No. 8.
2 copies

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01/01/1752
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Bowen, Emanuel, -1767.
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