Rocque's Proposals

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Acknowledgement: The proposals from the Bodleian's Collections were kindly transcribed by Paula Dryburgh, Librarian of the Todhunter-Allen Collection, Bodleian Map Section.
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One of the consequences of so little being known about Rocque's background, life, and publishing output - one only has to look at the checklist so see the number of presumed states of maps that he published - is the dependence of primary sources to reconstruct his career.  Given that Rocque was not an atlas publisher, but principally a publisher of separate sheets, much of the available information comes from the maps themselves, proposals that he issued to announce major projects, and broadsheet catalogues that he circulated to advertise his stock. 

Transcribed below are three proposals issued by Rocque.  Two show variations as the project in hand evolved, and are valuable evidence of the progress made.  Two are also important as containing catalogue of Rocque's stock with prices. 

A separate catalogue listing, which seems to date from 1761/2, shortly before his death is transcribed.  Its importance lies in the fact that this period was high-point of his career, and thus contains listing of all his publications (with maps by other publishers interspersed). 

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Proposals for Rocque's Map Of London And Environs: First Version, c.1743
PROPOSALS, / (By JOHN ROCQUE, LAND-SURVEYOR) / For ENGRAVING and PRINTING by SUBSCRIPTION, / A NEW and ACCURATE MAP of the Country adjacent to the / Cities and Liberties of LONDON, WESTMINSTER, and Borough of SOUTHWARK; / From an exact SURVEY thereof, begun in 1741, and now finished. / The ENGRAVING is now in Hand, and the whole will be finished with all possible Expedition.

THIS MAP will be contain'd in sixteen Sheets of the best / Imperial Paper, being eight Feet in length, and six in depth. / The Space comprised within this Compass, will contain / nineteen Miles in length, and thirteen in depth; that is to say, 247 / square Miles, or 158080 Acres: And as it is laid down by a Scale of / 1000 Feet to one Inch; or about five Inches ¼ to a Mile, this MAP / will admit not only an exact Description of all the main and cross Roads, / Lanes, Paths and bye Ways; where the Buttings of all the Walls, Pales / and Hedges, will be set down, but all the Hills, Vallies, Rivers, Bridges, / Ferries, Brooks, Springs; Ponds, Woods, Heaths, Commons, Parks, / Avenues, Churches, Houses, Gardens, &c. and in short all that can be / desired in so particular a Survey.

This MAP will extend on the East Side, beyond Wanstead and Woo- / wich; on the West Side, beyond Hampton-Court, on the North Side beyond / Harrow on the Hill; and on the South Side beyond Bromley, in Kent.

And will contain, besides, a general Plan of London, Westminster, and / Southwark, in the Center of the MAP; the correct MAPS extent, and Si- / tuations of all the Buildings, Gardens, &c. contain'd within those / Limits; with the several Roads, Lanes, Ways, Passages and Communi- / cations between them.

All the remarkable Seats, Parks, and Gardens, are very correctly, and / particularly laid down in this MAP; such as Kensington's, Richmond, / Hampton-Court, Chiskwick, Wanstead's, &c. And any Gentleman may / have his Seat and Gardens as particularly inserted, (in case they are / not so already) upon Terms which no Gentleman, it is presumed, will / think unreasonable.

It is universally allow'd that such a MAP will be of great Use to all / Directors of Insurance Offices, and Commissioners of Turnpikes, to all / Church-Wardens and Overseers, to all Persons who have Occasion to / Travel round this Metropolis, for Business, Health, or Pleasure; and / lastly, to all curious Persons at Home or Abroad.

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By comparing this MAP with the Celebrated MAP of Mous.r Roussel, / containing Les Environs, or the Country round Paris; and with all / other MAPS, of the Countries round, all the large Cities of Europe, it / will plainly appear that no Country is so fruitful, so well cultivated, / so much built upon and inhabited, and so beautiful as the Country round the Metropolis of the British Empire.

For the greater Conveniency of the Subscribers, and at the Desire of / several able Judges, this MAP will be engraved, printed, sold and dis- / tributed in sixteen single Sheets, at 2s. 6d. per Sheet: The first will be / published in January next, and the whole within the Term of eighteen / Months, and sooner if possible.

These Sheets may be preserved loose in a Book, like other MAPS, or / pasted all together on Cloth:- And tho' this MAP is of so large a Size, / when put on a Roler, to the Cornish of a Room, it will not interfere / with any other Furniture, and yet by means of a small Pully, may be / let down for Examination at Pleasure.

A Specimen of this Work is added to these Proposals, and the Public / may depend on the whole being as exactly laid down, and at least as / Neatly engraved as this Specimen.

No Money is required of the Subscribers before Hand, but the Persons / who have a Mind to incourage this Work, and to take the Sheets as they / come out, are desired to send, or leave their Names, Qualifications, and / Places of Abode, at the several Print Shops in London and Westminster, / and at Mr. Bartholomew Rocque's, of Walkam-Green; where these Proposals / are delivered gratis; and from whence every Sheet, as soon as printed, / will be sent to the Subscribers respected Places of Abode, if desired.

N.B. At Mr John Rocque’s Place of Abode, which is next to the Sign / of the Duke of Grafton’s Head, in Hyde-Park-Road, may be Seen the / Original MAP, compleatly finished; and at the same Place may be had / the Plans of the Cities of Bristol and Exeter, from actual Surveys, taken / by the said John Rocque.

[Untitled Map Centred On Syon House] R. Parr sculp. [5e, ob]
W-E: 'ISLEWORTH' - 'KEW GREEN'
N-S: 'BRENTFORD' - 'PART OF THE DEER PARK' [Old Deer Park]
[scale] 'Scale of half a Mile' - no numerals / graduations] (65mm) [3e, ob]
Map: 185 x 252                   Platemark: 190 x 256      Page: 442 x 255
The map is printed above the letterpress; cf. Howgego, London, 94; This is the earlier version of the proposal, with no sheets as yet engraved.
Copy described: Bodleian, Gough Maps 41.f.151
Other locations: BL, Maps 187.L.1.(22)
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Proposals for Rocque's Map Of London And Environs: Second Version, c.1744
PROPOSALS, / BY / John Rocque, Land-Surveyor, / For ENGRAVING and PRINTING by SUBSCRIPTION, / A New and Accurate MAP of the Country adjacent to the CITIES and LIBERTIES / Of LONDON, WESTMINSTER, and BOROUGH of SOUTHWARK; / From an Exact SURVEY thereof, begun in 1741, and now finished. / The Engraving is now in Hand, and the whole will be finished with all possible Expedition.

THIS MAP will be contain’d in sixteen Sheets of the best / Imperial Paper, being eight Feet in length, and six in depth. / The Space comprised within this Compass, will contain / nineteen Miles in length and thirteen in depth, that is to say, 247 / square Miles, or 158080 Acres; And as it is laid down by a Scale of / 1000 Feet to one Inch; or about five Inches ¼ to a Mile, this MAP / will admit not only an exact Description of all the main and cross Roads, / Lanes, Paths and bye Ways, where the Buttings of all the Walls, Pales / and Hedges, will be set down, but all the Hills, Vallies, Rivers, Bridges, / Ferries, Brooks, Springs, Ponds, Woods, Heaths, Commons, Parks, / Avenues, Churches, Houses, Gardens, &c. and in short all that can be / desired in so particular a Survey.

This MAP will extend on the East Side, beyond Wanstead and Woo- / wich; on the West Side, beyond Hampton-Court, on the North Side beyond / Harrow on the Hill; and on the South Side beyond Bromley, in Kent.

And will contain, besides a general Plan of London, Westminster, and / Southwark, in the Center of the MAP, the correct MAPS extent, and Si- / tuations of all the Buildings, Gardens, &c. contain’d within those / Limits; with the several Roads, Lanes, Ways, Passages and Communi- / cations between them.

All the remarkable Seats, Parks, and Gardens, are very correctly, and / particularly laid down in this MAP; such as Kensington’s, Richmond, / Hampton-Court, Chiswick, Wanstead's, &c. And any Gentleman may / have his Seat and Gardens as particularly inserted, (in case they are / not so already) upon Terms which no Gentleman, it is presumed, will / think unreasonable.

It is universally allow'd that such a MAP will be of great Use to all / Directors of Insurance Offices, and Commissioners of Turnpikes, to all / Church-Wardens and Overseers, to all Persons who have Occasion to / Travel round this Metropolis, for Business, Health, or Pleasure; and / lastly, to all curious Persons at Home or Abroad.

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By comparing this MAP with the Celebrated MAP of Mons. Roussell, / containing Les Environs, or the Countrey round Paris; and with all / other MAPS, of the Countries round all the large Cities of Europe, it / will plainly appear that no Country is so fruitful, so well cultivated, / so much built upon and inhabited, and so beautiful as the Country round the Metropolis of the British Empire.

For the greater Conveniency of the Subscribers, and at the Desire of / several able Judges, this MAP will be engraved, printed, sold and dis- / tributed in sixteen single Sheets, at 2s. 6d. per Sheet: Four of which are / published and the whole will be, within the Term of eighteen Months, / and sooner if possible.

These Sheets may be preserved loose in a Book, like other MAPS, or / pasted all together on Cloth:- And tho’ this MAP is of so large a Size, / when put on a Roler, to the Cornish of a Room, it will not interfere / with any other Furniture, and yet by means of a small Pully, may be / let down for Examination at Pleasure.

A Specimen of this Work is added to these Proposals, and the Public / may depend on the whole being as exactly laid down, and at least as / Neatly engraved as this Specimen.

No Money is required of the Subscribers before Hand, but the Persons / who have a Mind to incourage this Work, and to take the Sheets as they / come out, are desired to send, or leave their Names, Qualifications, and / Places of Abode, at the several Print Shops in London and Westminster, / and at Mr. Bartholomew Rocque’s, of Walham-Green; where these Proposals / are delivered gratis; and from whence every Sheet as soon as printed / will be sent to the Subscribers respected Places of Abode, if desired.

N.B. At Mr John Rocque’s Place of Abode, which is next to the Sign / of the Duke of Grafton’s Head, in Hyde-Park-Road, may be Seen the / Original MAP, completely finished; and at the same Place may be had / the Plans of the Cities of Bristol and Exeter, from actual surveys, taken / by the said John Rocque.

[Untitled Map Centred On Syon House] R. Parr sculp. [5e, ob]
W-E: 'ISLEWORTH' - 'KEW GREEN'
N-S: 'BRENTFORD' - 'PART OF THE DEER PARK' [Old Deer Park]
[scale] 'Scale of half a Mile' - no numerals / graduations] (65mm) [3e, ob]
Map: 185 x 252 Platemark: 190 x 256      Page: 442 x 255
The map is printed above the letterpress; cf. Howgego, London, 94; this second form refers to four sheets as having been engraved.
Copy described: Bodleian, Gough Maps 21.f.20v
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Proposals for Rocque's Map Of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire & Berkshire: First Version, c.1750
[text below] PROPOSALS / for publishing by subscription by / JOHN ROCQUE / Land Surveyor. / An Actual Survey of the Counties of / OXFORD, BUCKS AND BERKSHIRE, / in four Sheets on a Scale of one Inch to a Mile exactly describing the Boundaries of / each County with the True Position of all the / Cities, Towns, Villages, Farm-Houses, Mills, the Main and Cross-Roads, By-Ways, Hills, Vallies, Rivers, / Brooks, Ponds, Bridges, Woods, Heaths, Parks, Seats of the Nobility and Gentry, / and all that can be desired in such a particular Survey.

CONDITIONS.

The Price to Subscribers will be one Guinea and a half, ten Shillings and six pence to be paid / at the time of Subscribing and one Guinea more on the Delivery of the Work which will be in / May 1751, and as a better Encouragement to Subscribers there will be given Gratis a Map of / each County on one Sheet to the Subscribers only.

Subscriptions are taken in by John Rocque, next the Rummer Charing Cross; at M.r Hughes Post Master, / at Reading; at M.r Pote Bookseller at Eaton.

Where may be had Survey'd and Publish'd by the same Author. / A Plan of London in 24 Sheets 3.l.-3.s London and ten Miles round in 16 Sheets 2.l-2.s the two reduced on one sheet each 5.s / A Map of the County of Salop in four Sheets 10.s-6.d A Plan of Shrewsbury 2.s-6.d Paris and country adjacent in seven / Sheets 1.l-1.s Paris in one Sheet 2-6. City of Bristol on four Sheets10.s-6.d. Bristol on one Sheet 2.s-6.d City of Exeter 10.s-6.d / Chester 10.s 6.d A Sett of Plans of twenty Foreign Cities 10.s-6.d. Pontefract 7.s. 6.d. Richmond 5.s. Wilton 5.s. Chiswick 5 Shill.gs / York 2.s -6.d Kensington 2.s-6.d Plan and View of Claremont 3.s. Esher 2.s 6.d Earl of Lincolns Gardens 2.s-6.d Windsor 2.s-6.d / Chibucto Harbour 2.s-6.d Rome 2.s-6.d Geneva 2.s-6.d Lions 2.s-6.d Calais 2.s 6.d Berlin 2.s-6.d. A View of Greenwich Hospital / 2.s.- 6.d. View of Constantinople from the Hellespont 1.s. He has likewise great choice of Foreign Maps and Plans, & / Books relating to Arts and Sciences.

N.o ____________________ 175_____________
Receiv'd of _______________________________
the Sum of ten Shillings and six Pence, being the first Payment for the / Maps of Oxford, Bucks and Berkshire, which I promise to Deliver / on the Payment of one Guinea more.

Untitled map of part of Buckinghamshire: north to south: 'IVER HEATH' - 'WINDSOR', west to East: 'Eaton' - 'Longford']
B: 105 x 135
[headed] A SPECIMEN. [3a, ob]
Bodleian, Gough Maps 41 i.(1)
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Proposals for Rocque's Map Of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire & Berkshire: Second Version c.1752
PROPOSALS / for Publishing by Subscription by / JOHN ROCQUE / CHOROGRAPHER and TOPOGRAPHER to His Royal Highness the PRINCE OF WALES. / An Actual Survey of the Counties of / OXFORD, BUCKS AND BERKSHIRE, / in four Sheets on a Scale of one Inch to a Mile exactly describing the Boundaries of / each County with the True Position of all the / Cities, Towns, Villages, Farm-Houses, Mills, the Main and Cross-Roads, By-Ways, Hills, Vallies, Rivers, / Brooks, Ponds, Bridges, Woods, Heaths, Parks, Seats of the Nobility and Gentry, / and all that can be desired in such a particular Survey.

CONDITIONS.

The Price to Subscribers will be one Guinea and a half, ten Shillings and six pence to be paid / at the time of Subscribing and one Guinea more on the Delivery of the Work which will be in / May 1753, and as a better Encouragement to Subscribers there will be given Gratis a Map of / each County on one Sheet to the Subscribers only.

Subscriptions are taken in by John Rocque, next y.e Barr Southampton Street Covent Garden, M.r Hughes Post Master, / at Reading; at M.r Pote Bookseller, at Eaton.

Where may be had Survey'd and Publish'd by the same Author. / A Plan of London in 24 Sheets 3.l.-3.s London and ten Miles round in 16 Sheets 2.l-2.s the two reduced on one sheet each 5.s / A Map of the County of Salop in four Sheets 10.s-6.d A Plan of Shrewsbury 2.s-6.d Paris and country adjacent in seven / Sheets 1.l-1.s Paris in one Sheet 2-6. City of Bristol on four Sheets10.s-6.d. Bristol on one Sheet 2.s-6.d City of Exeter 10.s-6.d / Chester 10.s 6.d A Sett of Plans of twenty Foreign Cities 10.s-6.d. Pontefract 7.s. 6.d. Richmond 5.s. Wilton 5.s. Chiswick 5 Shill.gs / York 2.s -6.d Kensington 2.s-6.d Plan and View of Claremont 3.s. Esher 2.s 6.d Earl of Lincolns Gardens 2.s-6.d Windsor 2.s-6.d / Chibucto Harbour 2.s-6.d Rome 2.s-6.d Geneva 2.s-6.d Lions 2.s-6.d Calais 2.s 6.d Berlin 2.s-6.d. A View of Greenwich Hospital / 2.s.- 6.d. View of Constantinople from the Hellespont 1.s. He has likewise great choice of Foreign Maps and Plans, & / Books relating to Arts and Sciences.

N.o ___[June 7th]_______ 175[1]__________
Receiv'd of [the Right Hon.ble the Earl of Portsmouth]
the Sum of ten Shillings and six Pence, being the first Payment for the / Maps of Oxford, Bucks and Berkshire, which I promise to Deliver / on the Payment of one Guinea more.  [John Rocque]

[Untitled map of part of Buckinghamshire: north to south: 'IVER HEATH' - 'WINDSOR', west to East: 'Eaton' - 'Longford'] [headed] A SPECIMEN. [3a, ob]
B: 105 x 135
[In the final paragraph, the text in square brackets is manuscript]

Copy described: Berkshire Record Office (BL, Maps 187.l.2.(1): photocopy)

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Rocque's Catalogue, 1754
DUBLIN, the 5th of September, 1754.

JOHN ROCQUE, / (Chorographer to HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES,) / Being sollicited by many of the NOBILITY and GENTRY / Of the KINGDOM of IRELAND, to Survey and publish by / SUBSCRIPTION, / A MAP of the CAPITAL in all Respects like those of / LONDON, PARIS, &c.

IS now executing it, and in great Forwardness, to a Scale of 200 Feet in one Inch: / so that the true Ground-Plot of all Public Buildings, Streets, Lanes, Courts, / Alleys, &c. will be therein expressed, with the Boundary of the City and the other / Liberties contiguous. By which the Public, as well as Foreigners, who have been / so long at a Loss, may see the beautiful Situation and large Extent of this Metropolis, / and be thereby undeceived.

The above Map to be contained in four Sheets of Imperial Paper; and to shew to / Posterity who were Encouragers of this noble Undertaking, the Subscribers Names shall / be Engraved with what they Subscribed for.

Likewise, the above four Sheets shall be reduced on one Sheet to the same Scale, / on a separate Paper as those of London, Paris, and Rome, Survey'd and published / by the said John Rocque; and the vacant Parts to be fill'd with the Environs / of the City, wherein will be express'd the Plans of the Towns, Villages, &c. / the just Bendings of the Roads, Rivers, Brooks, and Paths, the exact Situation and / Figures of Parks, Gardens, Hedges, Wall Fences, Commons, Heaths, Lakes, Ponds, / Hills, Dales, Mills, Ferries, Bridges, Quarries, Mines, &c. and the Soundings of / the Harbour from Bullock to the Hill of Howth, which will render it useful, as / well as ornamental, will be given in Acres, &c. The Divisions of the Parishes, and / Names of the Streets, &c. will be taken from the Officers of each respective Parish.

CONDITIONS.

The Price to Subscribers will be One Guinea, Half to be paid at the Time of Sub- / scribing, and the Remainder on delivery of the two Maps, which will be in eight / Months.

After the Subscription is closed, none will be sold under Twenty-five Shillings English. 

The Subscribers may depend upon being served with the first Impressions, in Order / as their Subscriptions come in.

SUBSCRIPTIONS are taken in by all the Booksellers in Dublin, and their Corres- / pondents Abroad; by the said John Rocque, at his Lodgings at the Golden Heart oppo- / site Crane-Lane, Dame-Street, where may be had all his other Works, viz.

  l.s.d
His large Survey of London in 24 Sheets 3 3 0
London and the Environ in 16 Sheets 2 2 0
The two reduced on one Sheet each  0 5 0
Paris and the Country adjacent, on the same  Scale as the Environs of London. 7 Sheets 1 1 0
Ditto reduced on one Sheet to the same Scale as that of London, by which may be seen the beautiful Situation of those two Rivals.  their Extent known, and by how much  London exceeds Paris in Acres, Arpans, &c 0 5 0
Rome in 12 Sheets 2 2 0
Ditto reduced to the same Scale as London and Paris [The price should probably be "0 6 0"] 2 6 0
An actual Survey of the County of Salop, 4 Sheets 0 12 0
City of Paris in one Sheet 0 2 6
Bristol in 4 Sheets 0 10 6
Ditto in one Sheet 0 2 6
Exeter in 2 Sheets 1 1 0
Pontefract 0 10 6
Richmond Garden, 2 Sheets 0 10 6
Wilton, the Seat o the Earl of Pembroke 0 10 6
Chiswick, the Seat of the late Earl of Burlington 0 5 0
Esher, the Seat of the late Rt. Hon. H. Pelham 0 2 6
Kensington Garden 0 5 0
Claremont Plan and View 0 3 0
The Earl of Lincoln’s Garden 0 2 6
Chebucto Harbour and Town of Hallifax 0 5 0
Plan of York 0 2 6
Plan of Geneva 0 2 6
Plan of Calais 0 5 0
British Atlas, or a set of County Maps 0 7 6
Berlin 0 2 6
St. Edmunds Bury 0 1 6
View of the Citadel of Plymouth 0 1 6
The Quarter-master Maps, of Cromwell's Map of England, in 6 Sheets, being the best extant 0 10 6
View of Greenwich Hospital 0 2 6
Plan of Constantinople 0 2 0
View of ditto from the Hellespont 0 1 0
Plan of the Seraglio 0 1 0
View of ditto 0 1 0
London before the Fire, by Holor 0 1 0
Plan of Nismes 0 2 6
Ditto Montpellier 0 2 6
Ditto Metz 0 2 6
Ditto Thionville 0 2 6
Ditto Madras and Fort St. George 0 1 0
A Set of 20 Plans of Towns, by Martel 1 1 0
A Set of 15 Views of Towns, by Silvester 0 10 0
A Book of 60 Ornaments, by Brunetti 0 7 6
Twelve Heads after Raphael 0 3 0
Twelve Beats by Oudy 0 3 0
A Set of Horses 0 1 6
Four Landskips, by Bergham 0 2 0
A new Map of France, in 6 Sheets 0 10 6
The 5 first Sheets of an actual Survey of Berk-shire, containing Windsor-Forest, Oakingham, Reading, Newburg, Hungerford, &c. each 0 3 0
Or with the Divisions of the Parishes coloured 0 4 0
A new Topographical Map of the County of  Middlesex, in 4 Sheets.  1 1 0
And a great variety of Foreign Maps, Plans, Views, Sieges, /  Battles, &c. which he constantly Imports as soon as pub- / lish'd.
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SUBSCRIPTIONS are likewise taken in at his House in the Strand, London; at / Paris, by Mr. Julien, Geographer to His Most Christian Majesty; at Amsterdam, by / Mess. Josué van Duren; at Vienna, by Mr. Briffaut; at Rome, by Mr. Joseph Giraud; / and at Nuremburg, by Mess. Homman, Geographer to the Emperor of Germany. &c.

RECEIVED of [left blank - to be completed in manuscript] Half a Guinea, being the first / Payment of the above two Maps, which I promise to deliver on receiving Half a / Guinea more.

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[Catalogue, ca. 1761/2]

A LIST of the WORKS of / JOHN ROCQUE, / GEOGRAPHER and TOPOGRAPHER, near Old Round Court in the Strand. / [list in 2 columns]
 
1 HIS large Survey of London, in 24 Sheets 3 3 0
2 Ditto reduced to one Sheet 0 5 0
3 An Exact Survey of the City of London and ten Miles round, in 16 Sheets, in which is expressed all the new Roads, Buildings, &c. to the Year 1761 2 2 0
4 Ditto reduced to one Sheet 0 5 0
5 Paris and the Environs, in 7 Sheets, to the same Scale as that of London and Dublin 1 1 0
6 Ditto reduced to one Sheet, to the fame Scale as that of London; by which may be seen / the beautiful Situation of those two Rivals, / their Extent, and by how much London ex-ceeds Paris in Acres, Arpents, &c. 0 5 0
7 A Survey of the City and Suburbs of Dublin in 4 sheets, in which every house is expressed 1 1 0
8 Ditto reduced to one Sheet, with the Division of the Parishes 0 4 0
9 The Environs of Dublin, 4 Sheets, which contain the Harbour, Bay, and Soundings at Low Water 0 12 0
10 The County of Dublin, in 4 Sheets 0 1 0
11 Ditto reduced to one Sheet 0 2 6
12 The County of Armagh, in 4 Sheets 1 1 0
13 A Plan of the City of Cork 0 5 0
14 Ditto of Kilkenny 0 2 6
15 Ditto of the Camp of Thurles in Ireland, 1757 0 1 6
16 Plans of Paris  } on the same Scale as London} 0  2 6
17 Ditto of Rome } and Dublin}
18 A Plan of Bristol, 4 Sheets 0 10 6
19 Ditto reduced to one Sheet, with Views of the principal Buildings 0 2 6
20 A Plan of York, with Views 0 2 6
21 St. Edmond's Bury, with Views 0 2 6
22 A Plan of Madras and Fort St. George 0 1 6
23 Ditto of Trichinopoli in the East-Indies, with the Encampments, 1754 0 2 6
24 Quebec with the Fortifications 0 1 6
25 Dunkirk 0 1 6
26 St. Maloes, with a Map of the Coast 0 1 6
27 Brest, with the Fortifications, Bay, Har- / bour and Soundings, &c 0 1 6
28 Port L'Orient and Port Louis 0 1 6 
29 St. Martin's in the Island of Rhé 0 1 0
30 Rochford, the Island of Aix, the Bay, &c. 0 1 0
31 Toulon with the Environs, &c 0 1 6
32 A Survey of the Island of Minorca, by Capt. Lempriere 0 2 0
33 Fort St. Philip with the French Batteries 0 2 0
34 Gibraltar, with the Fortifications, Spanish Approaches, &c 0 2 0
35 Metz in Lorain 0 2 6
36 Thionville 0 2 6
37 Montpelier 0 2 6
38 Nisme 0 2 6
39 A View of ditto 0 2 6
40 Plan of Dresden 0 1 0
41 Constantinople 0 1 6
42 Ditto of the Seraglio 0 1 0
43 View Of Constantinople 0 1 0
44 Ditto of the Seraglio 0 1 0
45 Plan of London before the great Fire 1666, by Hollar 0 1 0
46 Ditto after the Fire, as it was designed by Sir Christopher Wren, with Views before and after the Fire 0 1 6
47 A General Map of the Post Roads of Europe 0 5 0
48 A Survey of the County of Middlesex, in 4  Sheets, with the Division of the Parishes, & likewise the Extent of the Bills of Mortality 1 1 0
49 Ditto reduced to one Sheet 0 2 6
50 A Survey of the County of Salop, in 4 Sheets 12 6 0
51 The British Atlas, or a Set of Maps of all the  Counties in England and Wales, with a Parliamentary Map, and a Table of the Produce of the Land-Tax &c 0 7 6
52 The Quarter-Master's, or Cromwel's Map of  England, in 6 Sheets; this Map is allowed to be the best and fullest of any yet published 0 10 6
53 A Map of Europe with the Post Roads 0 1 6
54 France, with the Post Roads, and Number of Leagues between the Posts 0 1 6
55 A new Map of Switzerland 0 2 6
56 Plan of Geneva, with a Map of the Territories of that Republic 0 2 6
57 A Map of the British and French Dominions in North America, with the Roads, Distances,  Limits, Forts, &c. 0 2 0
58 A Map of Ireland, in four Sheets 0 5 0
59 Ditto of England, four Sheets 0 5 0
60 Hungary, two Sheets 0 2 0
61 The Mediterranean Sea 0 1 6
62 A Plan of Exeter, two Sheets 1 1 0
63 Ditto of Calais 0 5 0
64 Ditto of Berlin, four Sheets 1 1 0
65 Ditto reduced to one Sheet 0 2 6
66 Chebucto Harbour with Town of Halifax 0 5 0
67 Richmond Gardens, two Sheets 0 10 6
68 Ditto in one Sheet 0 2 6
69 Kensington Gardens 0 2 6
70 Windsor Park, with Views of the Castle 0 2 6
71 Plan of Wilton, the Seat of the Earl of Pembroke 0 6 0
72 Ditto of Esher, the Scat of the late Right Hon. Henry Pelham, Efq 0 2 6
73 Claremont, the Seat of his Grace the Duke of Newcastle, with Views 0 5 0
74 Weybridge, the Seat of the Earl of Lincoln 0 2 6
75 A View of the Royal Hospital of Greenwich 0 2 6
76 A Plan of Lima, Capital of Peru, in South America 0 2 6
77 A Perspective View of the Town and Gardens of Versailles, six Sheets 0 10 6
78 A Plan of Gibraltar, with the Bay and Soundings &c. 0 5 0
79 A Set of Ornaments, by Brunity 0 7 6
80 Twelve Heads, by Raphael 0 3 0
81 Twelve Beasts, by Oadry 0 3 0
82 The four Seasons, by Bergham 0 2 0
83 A Plan of Chiswick, the Scat of the late Earl of of Burlington 0 5 0
84 Ditto of Pontefract, two Sheets 0 10 6
85 Ditto of the City of Chester 0 5 0
86 The Castle of ditto 0 5 0
87 A Survey of the County of Berks, each Sheet 0 3 0
88 Ditto with the Division of the Parishes 0 4 0
89 Atlas Methodique by John Palairet, Esq 3 13 6
90 A Treatise of Geography, by ditto, 3 vol. 8vo. 0 10 6
91 The first 32 sheets of the large Map of France, each Sheet 0 4 0
92 A Plan of London, in eight Sheets 1 1 0
93 An Index to the Plan of Dublin, containing the Names of all the Streets, &c 0 1 0
94 A Plan of Lyons, with Views of public edifices 0 2 6
95 Camps Topographique de la Campagne, en 1757, en Westphalia, Commencé, par le Maréchal d'Estrees avec, a Journal de ses Operations et quelques autre Morceaux fort Curieux en 56 Plans 1 11 6
96 A General Map of the Principality and Sovereignty of he Islands of Malta and Goza 0 7 6
97 Plan de la Cité Neuve de Cambrai in the Island of Goas 0 5 0
98 Plan de Malta in the Isle of Goas 0 5 0
99 A Plan of Shrewsbury 0 5 0



N.B. Foreign Maps, Plans, Battles, Sieges, compleat Atlas's, / Sea Charts, &c. by De L'Isle, Roberts, Bellin, D'Anville, / Broukener, Le Rouge, the Academy of Berlin, &c. / 

In a short Time will be publish'd, / The Environs of London, in four Sheets, very neatly executed, / and will be pasted so as to fold to go into the Pocket, which will / be very entertaining for Ladies and Gentlemen who take an Airing about this Metropolis.

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