1757 - Map Of Middlesex by Emanuel Bowen

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Emanuel Bowen, an English map engraver renowned in the 18th Century, was commissioned by both George II of England and Louis XV of France. His apprentices Thomas Kitchin and Thomas Jeffreys followed suit. This reproduction pays homage to his Accurate map of the County of Lancashire, created from surveys and enriched by various improvements as well as historical insights into its trade, manufactures and urban centers. This map is also essential for understanding changing boundaries and the growth of the county throughout the years. It remains an essential reference for those studying cultural and historical influences throughout England.

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