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The kingdome of England & principality of Wales, exactly described : whith [sic] euery sheere, & the small townes in euery one of them, in six mappes, portable for euery mans pocket, ...
The kingdome of England...
1644
ART Vol. e270
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Hollar, Wenceslaus, 1607-1677.
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The kingdome of England & principality of Wales, exactly described : whith [sic] euery sheere, & the small townes in euery one of them, in six mappes, portable for euery mans pocket, ...
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1644
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ART Vol. e270
The kingdome of England & principality of Wales, exactly described [cartographic material] : whith [sic] euery sheere, & the small townes in euery one of them, in six mappes, portable for euery mans pocket, The first beginning in Scotland & one sheere in England, Northumberland, & so to New-castle; the second hath his head at New-castle & extendeth it selfe, all Durham, Westmoreland, Cumberland, Yorkeshire, Lancastshire, & part of Lincolne shire; the third hath Norfolke, Suffolke, Cambridge, Bedford, Hartford, Buckingham, Oxford, Northampton, Warwicke, Huntington, Lecester & Rutland, parte of Lincolne, Nottingham, Darby, Glocester, Barkeshire & Essex; the fourth map runnes it selfe, all Shropshire, Cheshire; Stafford, Woster, Heriford most of Wales Anglesey, & part of Pembroke shire; the fift map, houldeth the south of Wales & Gloster, Somerset, Dorset, Deuon, & Cornwall, part of Wiltshire; the sixth mappe containes, Kent, Southsex, Surrey, Middlesex, Barke, & Hampshire, part of Essex, & Wiltshire, the small prikes boundeth euery shire. Vsefull for all comanders for the quarteringe of souldiers, & all sorts of persons, that would be informed, where the armies be; neuer so commodiously drawne before this. 1644 Described by one that trauailled throughout the whole kingdome, for its purpose / W. Hollar fecit.
The kingdome of England...
1644
ART Vol. e270
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Source Creator
Hollar, Wenceslaus, 1607-1677, author.
Source Title
The kingdome of England & principality of Wales, exactly described [cartographic material] : whith [sic] euery sheere, & the small townes in euery one of them, in six mappes, portable for euery mans pocket, The first beginning in Scotland & one sheere in England, Northumberland, & so to New-castle; the second hath his head at New-castle & extendeth it selfe, all Durham, Westmoreland, Cumberland, Yorkeshire, Lancastshire, & part of Lincolne shire; the third hath Norfolke, Suffolke, Cambridge, Bedford, Hartford, Buckingham, Oxford, Northampton, Warwicke, Huntington, Lecester & Rutland, parte of Lincolne, Nottingham, Darby, Glocester, Barkeshire & Essex; the fourth map runnes it selfe, all Shropshire, Cheshire; Stafford, Woster, Heriford most of Wales Anglesey, & part of Pembroke shire; the fift map, houldeth the south of Wales & Gloster, Somerset, Dorset, Deuon, & Cornwall, part of Wiltshire; the sixth mappe containes, Kent, Southsex, Surrey, Middlesex, Barke, & Hampshire, part of Essex, & Wiltshire, the small prikes boundeth euery shire. Vsefull for all comanders for the quarteringe of souldiers, & all sorts of persons, that would be informed, where the armies be; neuer so commodiously drawne before this. 1644 Described by one that trauailled throughout the whole kingdome, for its purpose / W. Hollar fecit.
Source Created or Published
1644
Source Call Number
ART Vol. e270
The kingdome of England & principality of Wales, exactly described [cartographic material] : whith [sic] euery sheere, & the small townes in euery one of them, in six mappes, portable for euery mans pocket, The first beginning in Scotland & one sheere in England, Northumberland, & so to New-castle; the second hath his head at New-castle & extendeth it selfe, all Durham, Westmoreland, Cumberland, Yorkeshire, Lancastshire, & part of Lincolne shire; the third hath Norfolke, Suffolke, Cambridge, Bedford, Hartford, Buckingham, Oxford, Northampton, Warwicke, Huntington, Lecester & Rutland, parte of Lincolne, Nottingham, Darby, Glocester, Barkeshire & Essex; the fourth map runnes it selfe, all Shropshire, Cheshire; Stafford, Woster, Heriford most of Wales Anglesey, & part of Pembroke shire; the fift map, houldeth the south of Wales & Gloster, Somerset, Dorset, Deuon, & Cornwall, part of Wiltshire; the sixth mappe containes, Kent, Southsex, Surrey, Middlesex, Barke, & Hampshire, part of Essex, & Wiltshire, the small prikes boundeth euery shire. Vsefull for all comanders for the quarteringe of souldiers, & all sorts of persons, that would be informed, where the armies be; neuer so commodiously drawne before this. 1644 Described by one that trauailled throughout the whole kingdome, for its purpose / W. Hollar fecit.
The kingdome of England...
1644
ART Vol. e270
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Source Creator
Hollar, Wenceslaus, 1607-1677, author.
Source Title
The kingdome of England & principality of Wales, exactly described [cartographic material] : whith [sic] euery sheere, & the small townes in euery one of them, in six mappes, portable for euery mans pocket, The first beginning in Scotland & one sheere in England, Northumberland, & so to New-castle; the second hath his head at New-castle & extendeth it selfe, all Durham, Westmoreland, Cumberland, Yorkeshire, Lancastshire, & part of Lincolne shire; the third hath Norfolke, Suffolke, Cambridge, Bedford, Hartford, Buckingham, Oxford, Northampton, Warwicke, Huntington, Lecester & Rutland, parte of Lincolne, Nottingham, Darby, Glocester, Barkeshire & Essex; the fourth map runnes it selfe, all Shropshire, Cheshire; Stafford, Woster, Heriford most of Wales Anglesey, & part of Pembroke shire; the fift map, houldeth the south of Wales & Gloster, Somerset, Dorset, Deuon, & Cornwall, part of Wiltshire; the sixth mappe containes, Kent, Southsex, Surrey, Middlesex, Barke, & Hampshire, part of Essex, & Wiltshire, the small prikes boundeth euery shire. Vsefull for all comanders for the quarteringe of souldiers, & all sorts of persons, that would be informed, where the armies be; neuer so commodiously drawne before this. 1644 Described by one that trauailled throughout the whole kingdome, for its purpose / W. Hollar fecit.
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1644
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ART Vol. e270
The kingdome of England & principality of Wales, exactly described : whith [sic] euery sheere, & the small townes in euery one of them, in six mappes, portable for euery mans pocket, ...
The kingdome of England...
1644
ART Vol. e270
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Source Creator
Hollar, Wenceslaus, 1607-1677.
Source Title
The kingdome of England & principality of Wales, exactly described : whith [sic] euery sheere, & the small townes in euery one of them, in six mappes, portable for euery mans pocket, ...
Source Created or Published
1644
Source Call Number
ART Vol. e270
The kingdome of England & principality of Wales, exactly described [cartographic material] : whith [sic] euery sheere, & the small townes in euery one of them, in six mappes, portable for euery mans pocket, The first beginning in Scotland & one sheere in England, Northumberland, & so to New-castle; the second hath his head at New-castle & extendeth it selfe, all Durham, Westmoreland, Cumberland, Yorkeshire, Lancastshire, & part of Lincolne shire; the third hath Norfolke, Suffolke, Cambridge, Bedford, Hartford, Buckingham, Oxford, Northampton, Warwicke, Huntington, Lecester & Rutland, parte of Lincolne, Nottingham, Darby, Glocester, Barkeshire & Essex; the fourth map runnes it selfe, all Shropshire, Cheshire; Stafford, Woster, Heriford most of Wales Anglesey, & part of Pembroke shire; the fift map, houldeth the south of Wales & Gloster, Somerset, Dorset, Deuon, & Cornwall, part of Wiltshire; the sixth mappe containes, Kent, Southsex, Surrey, Middlesex, Barke, & Hampshire, part of Essex, & Wiltshire, the small prikes boundeth euery shire. Vsefull for all comanders for the quarteringe of souldiers, & all sorts of persons, that would be informed, where the armies be; neuer so commodiously drawne before this. 1644 Described by one that trauailled throughout the whole kingdome, for its purpose / W. Hollar fecit.
The kingdome of England...
1644
ART Vol. e270
no.4
 
Source Creator
Hollar, Wenceslaus, 1607-1677, author.
Source Title
The kingdome of England & principality of Wales, exactly described [cartographic material] : whith [sic] euery sheere, & the small townes in euery one of them, in six mappes, portable for euery mans pocket, The first beginning in Scotland & one sheere in England, Northumberland, & so to New-castle; the second hath his head at New-castle & extendeth it selfe, all Durham, Westmoreland, Cumberland, Yorkeshire, Lancastshire, & part of Lincolne shire; the third hath Norfolke, Suffolke, Cambridge, Bedford, Hartford, Buckingham, Oxford, Northampton, Warwicke, Huntington, Lecester & Rutland, parte of Lincolne, Nottingham, Darby, Glocester, Barkeshire & Essex; the fourth map runnes it selfe, all Shropshire, Cheshire; Stafford, Woster, Heriford most of Wales Anglesey, & part of Pembroke shire; the fift map, houldeth the south of Wales & Gloster, Somerset, Dorset, Deuon, & Cornwall, part of Wiltshire; the sixth mappe containes, Kent, Southsex, Surrey, Middlesex, Barke, & Hampshire, part of Essex, & Wiltshire, the small prikes boundeth euery shire. Vsefull for all comanders for the quarteringe of souldiers, & all sorts of persons, that would be informed, where the armies be; neuer so commodiously drawne before this. 1644 Described by one that trauailled throughout the whole kingdome, for its purpose / W. Hollar fecit.
Source Created or Published
1644
Source Call Number
ART Vol. e270
The kingdome of England & principality of Wales, exactly described [cartographic material] : whith [sic] euery sheere, & the small townes in euery one of them, in six mappes, portable for euery mans pocket, The first beginning in Scotland & one sheere in England, Northumberland, & so to New-castle; the second hath his head at New-castle & extendeth it selfe, all Durham, Westmoreland, Cumberland, Yorkeshire, Lancastshire, & part of Lincolne shire; the third hath Norfolke, Suffolke, Cambridge, Bedford, Hartford, Buckingham, Oxford, Northampton, Warwicke, Huntington, Lecester & Rutland, parte of Lincolne, Nottingham, Darby, Glocester, Barkeshire & Essex; the fourth map runnes it selfe, all Shropshire, Cheshire; Stafford, Woster, Heriford most of Wales Anglesey, & part of Pembroke shire; the fift map, houldeth the south of Wales & Gloster, Somerset, Dorset, Deuon, & Cornwall, part of Wiltshire; the sixth mappe containes, Kent, Southsex, Surrey, Middlesex, Barke, & Hampshire, part of Essex, & Wiltshire, the small prikes boundeth euery shire. Vsefull for all comanders for the quarteringe of souldiers, & all sorts of persons, that would be informed, where the armies be; neuer so commodiously drawne before this. 1644 Described by one that trauailled throughout the whole kingdome, for its purpose / W. Hollar fecit.
The kingdome of England...
1644
ART Vol. e270
no.5
 
Source Creator
Hollar, Wenceslaus, 1607-1677, author.
Source Title
The kingdome of England & principality of Wales, exactly described [cartographic material] : whith [sic] euery sheere, & the small townes in euery one of them, in six mappes, portable for euery mans pocket, The first beginning in Scotland & one sheere in England, Northumberland, & so to New-castle; the second hath his head at New-castle & extendeth it selfe, all Durham, Westmoreland, Cumberland, Yorkeshire, Lancastshire, & part of Lincolne shire; the third hath Norfolke, Suffolke, Cambridge, Bedford, Hartford, Buckingham, Oxford, Northampton, Warwicke, Huntington, Lecester & Rutland, parte of Lincolne, Nottingham, Darby, Glocester, Barkeshire & Essex; the fourth map runnes it selfe, all Shropshire, Cheshire; Stafford, Woster, Heriford most of Wales Anglesey, & part of Pembroke shire; the fift map, houldeth the south of Wales & Gloster, Somerset, Dorset, Deuon, & Cornwall, part of Wiltshire; the sixth mappe containes, Kent, Southsex, Surrey, Middlesex, Barke, & Hampshire, part of Essex, & Wiltshire, the small prikes boundeth euery shire. Vsefull for all comanders for the quarteringe of souldiers, & all sorts of persons, that would be informed, where the armies be; neuer so commodiously drawne before this. 1644 Described by one that trauailled throughout the whole kingdome, for its purpose / W. Hollar fecit.
Source Created or Published
1644
Source Call Number
ART Vol. e270
The kingdome of England & principality of Wales, exactly described [cartographic material] : whith [sic] euery sheere, & the small townes in euery one of them, in six mappes, portable for euery mans pocket, The first beginning in Scotland & one sheere in England, Northumberland, & so to New-castle; the second hath his head at New-castle & extendeth it selfe, all Durham, Westmoreland, Cumberland, Yorkeshire, Lancastshire, & part of Lincolne shire; the third hath Norfolke, Suffolke, Cambridge, Bedford, Hartford, Buckingham, Oxford, Northampton, Warwicke, Huntington, Lecester & Rutland, parte of Lincolne, Nottingham, Darby, Glocester, Barkeshire & Essex; the fourth map runnes it selfe, all Shropshire, Cheshire; Stafford, Woster, Heriford most of Wales Anglesey, & part of Pembroke shire; the fift map, houldeth the south of Wales & Gloster, Somerset, Dorset, Deuon, & Cornwall, part of Wiltshire; the sixth mappe containes, Kent, Southsex, Surrey, Middlesex, Barke, & Hampshire, part of Essex, & Wiltshire, the small prikes boundeth euery shire. Vsefull for all comanders for the quarteringe of souldiers, & all sorts of persons, that would be informed, where the armies be; neuer so commodiously drawne before this. 1644 Described by one that trauailled throughout the whole kingdome, for its purpose / W. Hollar fecit.
The kingdome of England...
1644
ART Vol. e270
no.6
 
Source Creator
Hollar, Wenceslaus, 1607-1677, author.
Source Title
The kingdome of England & principality of Wales, exactly described [cartographic material] : whith [sic] euery sheere, & the small townes in euery one of them, in six mappes, portable for euery mans pocket, The first beginning in Scotland & one sheere in England, Northumberland, & so to New-castle; the second hath his head at New-castle & extendeth it selfe, all Durham, Westmoreland, Cumberland, Yorkeshire, Lancastshire, & part of Lincolne shire; the third hath Norfolke, Suffolke, Cambridge, Bedford, Hartford, Buckingham, Oxford, Northampton, Warwicke, Huntington, Lecester & Rutland, parte of Lincolne, Nottingham, Darby, Glocester, Barkeshire & Essex; the fourth map runnes it selfe, all Shropshire, Cheshire; Stafford, Woster, Heriford most of Wales Anglesey, & part of Pembroke shire; the fift map, houldeth the south of Wales & Gloster, Somerset, Dorset, Deuon, & Cornwall, part of Wiltshire; the sixth mappe containes, Kent, Southsex, Surrey, Middlesex, Barke, & Hampshire, part of Essex, & Wiltshire, the small prikes boundeth euery shire. Vsefull for all comanders for the quarteringe of souldiers, & all sorts of persons, that would be informed, where the armies be; neuer so commodiously drawne before this. 1644 Described by one that trauailled throughout the whole kingdome, for its purpose / W. Hollar fecit.
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1644
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