|Author:||Hollar, Wenceslaus, 1607-1677.|
|Title:||The kingdome of England & principality of Wales exactly described whith every sheere & the small townes in every one of them in six mappes, portable for every mans pocket ... / described by one that trauailled throughout the whole kingdome.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The kingdome of England & principality of Wales exactly described whith every sheere & the small townes in every one of them in six mappes, portable for every mans pocket ... / described by one that trauailled throughout the whole kingdome.
Hollar, Wenceslaus, 1607-1677.
[London?]: sold by Thomas Ienner, 1644.
Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.
Great Britain -- Maps.
Wales -- Maps.
THE KINGDOME OF ENGLAND & Principality of Wales. EXACTLY DESCRIBED W•… euery Sheere & the small townes in euery one of them in Six Mappes, Portable for Mans Pocket, The first beginning in one Shee∣rs in England Northi the second hath New-catle & extendeth it selfe, all D Wtmoreland. Cumberland Yorkeshire, stshire, & part of Lincolne Shire; The d hath Norfolke, Suffolke, Cambridge, Be Hartford, Buc∣kingham, Oxford, North, Warwicke, gton, Lecester & d, Fxte of Lin∣colne, ingham, Darby, ter, Barshi∣re & ; The fourth annes se∣fe all ypshire, Cheshire Wste H∣ford ma of Wales, Anglart of Pem∣broke Shire; The fift the South of Wales & Glate Dffet, Deuon & Cornwall The Sixth mappe Southset, Middle part of Lres & Wiltshire, bo∣deth euery euery