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[GB 0212] ADX/53Title:
Various Maps of Wales, a Bill of Costs and Rent ReceiptsDate(s):
20 itemsScope and Content
1. Print of Aberystwyth Harbour, J. Harwood, 26 Fenchurch Street, London.
27 June 1844
2. A Map of Cardiganshire, Drawn from an Actual Survey. By Tho. Kitchin, Geographer. Printed for R. Baldwin Junior at The Rose in Pater Noster Row.
3. A New Map of Cardiganshire, Drawn from the best Authorities: By Tho. Kitchin, Geog., Engraver to H.R.H. the Duke of York.
4. A Modern Map of South Wales. Drawn from the latest Surveys, Corrected and Improved by the best Authorities. Printed for Carington Bowles in St. Pauls Churchyard, and Robert Sayer in Fleet Street.
5. Map of South Wales. Published by J. Cary, Engraver and Map Seller, Strand, London.
1 January 1793
6. Map of Wales As It was in Deaneries in the time of Henry VIII. Stanford's Geog. Estab. Published by the Society for Promoting Christian knowledge.
7. Map of North and South Wales, Divided into Counties, Showing the Principal Roads, Rivers, Railways and Canals. Drawn by R. Creighton, Engraved by J. and C. Walker, for Lewis' Topographical Dictionary, London.
8. Map of South Wales from the best Authorities. Engraved by J. Cary.
Bill of Costs presented by William Hughes Jones, Solicitors, Aberystwyth, to the Residuary Legatees of Gwenllian Davies, deceased. Receipted 5th March 1897.
23 February 1897.
Bundle of rent receipts regarding property in Crynfryn Row, Aberystwyth
1. Map of Monmouthsire with "part of" the counties of Brecknockshire, Glamorganshire, Gloucestershire and Herefordshire.
2. Map of Carmarthenshire and Glamorganshire, with "part of" Pembrokeshire, Cardiganshire, Brecknockshire and Monmouthshire.
3. Map of Cardiganshire, drawn from an Actual Survey. By Tho. Kitchin, Geographer.
4. Map of Pembrokeshire, with "part of" Cardiganshire and Carmarthenshire.
5. Map of Carnarvanshyre, Merionethshyre, and the Isle of Anglesey.
6. Map of Montgomery "Comitatus qui olim pars ordovicum".
7. Map of Denbighshyre and Flintshyre, with "parts of Carnarvanshyre".
8. "A map of South Wales from the best authorities". Engraved by J. Cary.
9. "The Continuation of ye Road from London to St. Davids, Co. Pembroke. Commencing at Burton-Ferry and Extending to St. Davids. By John Ogilby, Esq., his Majesty's Cosmographer.
10. An Accurate Map of Carmarthenshire. Drawn from an Actual Survey, with various improvements. Illustrated with Historical Extracts relative to the Air, Soil, Natural produce, Trade and Manufacturers. By Tho. Kitchin, Geographer.
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