Fb2 Somerset Maps: Day and Masters, 1782; Greenwood, 1822 (Somerset Record Society) ePub
by J.B. Harley,R. W. Dunning
|Category:||Atlases and Maps|
|Author:||J.B. Harley,R. W. Dunning|
|Publisher:||Somerset Record Society (November 1981)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1801 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1790 kb|
|Digital formats:||txt azw doc lit|
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Somerset Record Society. Publisher: Somerset Record Society, 1981.
29. omerset maps: Day & Masters 1782, Greenwood 1822. Introduction by J. B. Harley and R. W. Taunton: Somerset Record Society, 1981. Pp. 37 with facsimiles in 15 sheets. The 'Rhinebeck' panorama of London. Introduction by Ralph Hyde. London: London Topographical Society, Publication No. 125, 1981. 6, pl. history of the Ordnance Survey. Folkestone: Dawson, 1980. 35. all-maps of the 16th and 17th centuries. 3: The world map of 1611 by Pieter van den Keere.
This is a list of windmills in the English county of Somerset. 1782 Day & Masters. 1783 Joseph Hodgkinson. 1822 C & J Greenwood. 1825 C & J Greenwood. 1817 Ordnance Survey. 1838 Ordnance Survey. Mills in bold are still standing, known building dates are indicated in bold. Text in italics denotes indicates that the information is not confirmed, but is likely to be the case stated.
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