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Title: The history and antiquities of the town and county of the town of Newcastle upon Tyne: including an account of the coal trade of that place and embellished with engraved views of the publick buildings, &c. ... By John Brand, ... [pt.1]
Author: Brand, John, 1744-1806.
Publication info: London : printed for B. White & Son, and T. & I. Egerton A.D., 1789.
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• ...o be met with, is intitled, "England's Greivance discovered in relation to the Coal Trade; with the map of the river of Tyne, and situation of the town and corporation of Newcastle, &c. by Ralph G ...
• ... Mr. David Yates, jun. Manchester A Plan of NEWCASTLE upon Tyn: / ...
• ... 7 Close gate8 The Key. / map of Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead / ...
• ...[ The oldest Plan I have seen of Newcastle is that in Speed's Map of Northumber∣land. See a fac-simile copy of this in a corner of the new plan that accompanies t / ] ...
• ...ard of Cirencester, discovered and first printed by Mr. Bertram in Sweden. We trace, on the ancient map, delineated in this very valuable acquisition to English antiquartes, the Roman great road, lead ...
• ...nt conveniency.—He adds, that we may reasonably judge from hence, that the original Itinerary and Map, which this Richard of Cirencester copied, was constructed in Agricola's time—though afterwards ad ...
• ...d, as appears by some leases belonging to that church.—See also Speed's Plan of Newcastle, in his Map of Northum∣berland, where the Grammar-School is marked to be in that church-yard—See also Bourne, ...
• ... ale, p. 64, was found a seal ring, now in Mr. Warburton's possession, who has en∣graved it in his Map of Northumberland.—See a fac-simile copy in plate of Miscellaneous Antiquities, No. 5. / Ther / ...
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