Roads, Great Britain (RMC)

A modern map of the post roads of England and Wales, with part of Scotland
A modern map of the post roads of England and Wales, with part of Scotland
Printed map. "Printed for Robt. Sayer". Scale not given. Described in The British Museum Catalogue of Printed Maps, Charts and Plans, Volume 5, p.529. Date supplied from this source. Acquired as part of the Lord Cholmondely Collection.
A new and correct map of Scotland or North Britain with all the post and military roads, divisions & ca. : [north sheet]
A new and correct map of Scotland or North Britain with all the post and military roads, divisions & ca. : [north sheet]
Printed map. "By Lieutenant Campbell, London." Three visual scales [107 mm = 6 British Statute Miles]. Includes inset: "The Islands of Shetland or Zetland, laid down on the same scale as the map."
A new and correct map of Scotland or North Britain with all the post and military roads, divisions & ca. : [south sheet]
A new and correct map of Scotland or North Britain with all the post and military roads, divisions & ca. : [south sheet]
Printed map. "By Lieutenant Campbell, London." Three visual scales [107 mm = 6 British Statute Miles]. Includes inset: "Distance of the principal stage's on the great roads leading from Edinburgh [table]". Acquired as part of the Lord Cholmondely collection.
Commencement of road to Edinburgh (by Ware), with roads to Cambridge, Wisbeach, Lynn, Burnham Market, and Wells
Commencement of road to Edinburgh (by Ware), with roads to Cambridge, Wisbeach, Lynn, Burnham Market, and Wells
Printed map. "Published 12th. Feby. 1806 by Laurie & Whittle, no. 53 Fleet Street London. A new edition 1815". "E. Jones sculp." Visual scale [50 mm=15 miles]. Map shows roads, rivers, towns and distances. "Roads measured from Shoreditch Church." Plate number "23". Likely from Laurie and Whittle's New Traveller's Companion..., edition uncertain. Various versions of the Traveller's Companion are described in David Smith's Antique Maps of the British Isles, p. 163. Donated by Dr. Les Shemilt, 2008.
Completion of the roads to the lakes, with roads to Whitehaven, Workington, Maryport and Carlisle, (by Lancaster)
Completion of the roads to the lakes, with roads to Whitehaven, Workington, Maryport and Carlisle, (by Lancaster)
Printed map. "J. Bye sculpt." "Published Feby. 12th. 1806, by Laurie & Whittle, No. 53 Fleet Street, London. A new edition, 1815." Visual scale [12 mm=5 miles]. Page number "18" appears in the middle of the title statement. Originally published in Laurie and Whittle's New Traveller's Companion..., New Edition (7th edition) published 1814. Described in David Smith, Antique Maps of the British Isles, entry 67, p. 162-163: "The Traveller's companion was issued with minor changes and up-dating, and the map additions noted above, thus: 1807(?); 1808(?); 1809; 1810(?); 1810; 1811; 1812; 1813; 1814; 1817; 1818; 1824; 1828; 1830; 1834; 1836; 1846: as (i) 1806, except: Imprints: (i) from 1814 (7th edition):...added below existing imprint: 'A New Edition, 1815' (second state)." Acquired as part of the Banks Collection.
Roads to Rochester, Canterbury, Margate, Ramsgate, Deal, Dover, Folkstone, Hythe, New Romney, Rye, Hastings & Eastbourne
Roads to Rochester, Canterbury, Margate, Ramsgate, Deal, Dover, Folkstone, Hythe, New Romney, Rye, Hastings & Eastbourne
Printed map. "Published 12th. Feby. 1806, by Laurie & Whittle No. 53 Fleet Street London. A new edition, 1815." "J. Bye sculpt." "Roads measured from London Bridge". Visual scale [39 mm=11 miles]. North arrow is oriented to the left. Map plate is numbered "1". Map is likely from a book or atlas; source unconfirmed. Donated by Dr. Les Shemilt.