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Context of English atlas: or, A compleat chorography of England and Wales: in fifty-four maps. : Containing more particulars than any other collection of the same kind. The whole calculated for the use of travellers, academies, and of all those who desire to improve in the knowledge of their country. From the latest surveys of the several counties; with the addition of four maps, viz. of the rivers of England and Wales; of twenty-five miles of the country round London; of the island of Jersey; and of Guernsey, Sark, Alderney, and Burhow., Engraved by, and under the direction of, J. Ellis
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