An Alphabetical Index to John Fryer and Sons' Map of the County of Northumberland, and those parts of the County of Durham, which lie to the North of the River Tyne...
Publisher: Edward Walker, Newcastle;
Date of Publication: 1822
Stock Code: 8278
Small quarto (18.5 cm x 12 cm approx), pp. 92. Later marbled paper wraps, with printed paper title onlay to upper board; all edges marbled. Title page very lightly foxed; no annotation or inscriptions. Tip of lower corners creased (text unaffected) and final two leaves toned top edge. Crppped a little close to the bottom edge but with no loss of text. A Very Good copy.
The rare Index to Fryer’s 1820 map of Northumberland with towns and villages, the parish and ward in which they are situated and references to the square in which they may be found on the map. Also included is a list of markets and fairs with dates, church livings and their patrons, and a list of subscribers, headed naturally by the Duke of Northumberland. Whitaker describes Fryer’s Map of 1820 as ‘an exceedingly fine map’ which was drawn to a scale of approximately one mile to one inch, it was the first map to show the county in its correct position of latitude and longitude.
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