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Brittania Depicta or Ogilby Improv'd 1720

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E127 - Ogilby Intro v2

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E127.D2 - 1720 Britannia Depicta by Ogilby, Bownen & Owen

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E127.D4 - 1720 Britannia Depicta by Ogilby, Bownen & Owen

curated text

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E127.D6 - 1720 Britannia Depicta by Ogilby, Bownen & Owen

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E127.D7 - 1720 Britannia Depicta by Ogilby, Bownen & Owen

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E127.D9 - 1720 Britannia Depicta by Ogilby, Bownen & Owen

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E127.D10.5 - 1720 Britannia Depicta by Ogilby, Bownen & Owen

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E127.D10 - 1720 Britannia Depicta by Ogilby, Bownen & Owen

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E127.D12 - 1720 Britannia Depicta by Ogilby, Bownen & Owen

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E127.D14 - 1720 Britannia Depicta by Ogilby, Bowen & Owen

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E127.001 - Covers: Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improved.

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E127.002 - Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improved.

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E127.003 - Table of All of the Roads contain'd in this Book.

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E127.004 - Table of ye Cities, Towns & describ'd in this Book.

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Author: tomadmin
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The Archbishop of York is the second most senior archbishopric in the Church of England. It was established CE 626. Its first Bishop was Paulinus of York was a member of Augustine’s (archbishop of Canterbury) mission to York.



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archbishop_of_York#/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paulinus_of_York

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecgbert_of_York

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Augustine_of_Canterbury

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The Archbishop of York is the second most senior archbishopric in the Church of England. It was established CE 626. Its first Bishop was Paulinus of York was a member of Augustine’s (archbishop of Canterbury) mission to York.



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archbishop_of_York#/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paulinus_of_York

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecgbert_of_York

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Augustine_of_Canterbury

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Author: tomadmin
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The Archbishopric of Canterbury is the most senior archbishopric in the Church of England. It was established CE 597 by Ethelbert of Kent. The first Archbishop was Saint Augustine of Canterbury

Augustine_of_Canterbury

Archbishop_of_Canterbury.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archbishop_of_Canter...

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The Archbishopric of Canterbury is the most senior archbishopric in the Church of England. It was established CE 597 by Ethelbert of Kent. The first Archbishop was Saint Augustine of Canterbury

Augustine_of_Canterbury

Archbishop_of_Canterbury.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archbishop_of_Canter...

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Author: tomadmin
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The bishopric of Winchester is one of the most important and oldest dioceses in England. Established in 634 and was translated to Winchester in 660. First Bishop was the Bishop Wine who was consecrated as first Bishop in 660.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bishop_of_Winchester...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wine_(bishop)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bishop_of_Winchester

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The bishopric of Winchester is one of the most important and oldest dioceses in England. Established in 634 and was translated to Winchester in 660. First Bishop was the Bishop Wine who was consecrated as first Bishop in 660.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bishop_of_Winchester...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wine_(bishop)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bishop_of_Winchester

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E127.005 - Table of Contents of all the maps contained in this Book.

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E127.006 - Road from London to Aberistwith (Aberystwyth). Map of Cardiganshire.

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Author: David
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The City of London is where the Tower of London, London Bridge, and LimeHouse Street are located. The City is the historical centre of London situated within the boundaries of the Roman wall.

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The City of London is where the Tower of London, London Bridge, and LimeHouse Street are located. The City is the historical centre of London situated within the boundaries of the Roman wall.

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Author: David
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The City of London's borders are defined by its Roman Wall. The City is where the Tower of London, London Bridge are located. The Lord Mayor of London is elected among the alderman of the 25 ancient wards of city. At the time publication the City of London was the countries centre for banking and trade hosuieng the Royal Exchange and the Bank of England.

https://www.british-history.ac.uk/no-series/new-hi...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/City_of_London


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The City of London's borders are defined by its Roman Wall. The City is where the Tower of London, London Bridge are located. The Lord Mayor of London is elected among the alderman of the 25 ancient wards of city. At the time publication the City of London was the countries centre for banking and trade hosuieng the Royal Exchange and the Bank of England.

https://www.british-history.ac.uk/no-series/new-hi...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/City_of_London


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Author: David
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*The City of Westminster is where Parliament stands as well as White Hall palace. White Hall palace is no longer and the palace lends its name to White Hall, the collection of buildings which houses the cabinet offices, the Prime Minister's residence, the Foreign and commonwealth office, and other government departments.
*Looking at the first section of this map, as you leave London you can see the city of Westminster listed and not too far after is Hyde Park. Locations which today are iconic to "London" were far enough outside of the City of London of the time to be listed on a road map outside of London.

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*The City of Westminster is where Parliament stands as well as White Hall palace. White Hall palace is no longer and the palace lends its name to White Hall, the collection of buildings which houses the cabinet offices, the Prime Minister's residence, the Foreign and commonwealth office, and other government departments.
*Looking at the first section of this map, as you leave London you can see the city of Westminster listed and not too far after is Hyde Park. Locations which today are iconic to "London" were far enough outside of the City of London of the time to be listed on a road map outside of London.

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Author: David
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The Borough of Southwark was an ancient borough of the City and then later a town within Surrey and part of what is now termed greater Lonodon- the urban sprawl coming from the City of London. Southwark includes London Bridge, the Rose and Globe Theater as well as the Tabard Inn where Chaucer's pilgrims begin their journey.

https://www.british-history.ac.uk/no-series/london...

https://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/surrey/vol4/...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Borough_of_So...


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The Borough of Southwark was an ancient borough of the City and then later a town within Surrey and part of what is now termed greater Lonodon- the urban sprawl coming from the City of London. Southwark includes London Bridge, the Rose and Globe Theater as well as the Tabard Inn where Chaucer's pilgrims begin their journey.

https://www.british-history.ac.uk/no-series/london...

https://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/surrey/vol4/...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Borough_of_So...


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Author: David
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Between Ogilby's work and the publication of the Bowen and Owen publication presented here Old St. Paul's was burned in the London Fire of 1666 and the current St. Paul's designed by Christopher Wren was built.

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Between Ogilby's work and the publication of the Bowen and Owen publication presented here Old St. Paul's was burned in the London Fire of 1666 and the current St. Paul's designed by Christopher Wren was built.

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Author: David
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*By the 1720s the Palace of White Hall had burned down and al that remained was Banqueting House listed here.
*The site of the Palace of Whitehall would come to house many of the government buildings.


https://www.hrp.org.uk/banqueting-house/history-an...
https://www.hrp.org.uk/banqueting-house/history-an...

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*By the 1720s the Palace of White Hall had burned down and al that remained was Banqueting House listed here.
*The site of the Palace of Whitehall would come to house many of the government buildings.


https://www.hrp.org.uk/banqueting-house/history-an...
https://www.hrp.org.uk/banqueting-house/history-an...

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E127.007 - London to Islip, to Oxford.

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E127.008 - Islip to Bramyard (Bromard).

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E127.009 - Bramyard to Aberistwith (Aberystwyth).

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E127.010 - Road from London to Arundel. A Map of Sussex.

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E127.011 - Road from London to Arundel, to Chichester. (continued.) London to Barwick. Nottinghamshire.

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E127.012 - London to Barwick. (continued.)

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E127.013 - London to Barwick. (continued.)

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E127.014 - London to Barwick. (continued.)

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E127.015 - London to Barwick. (continued.)

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E127.016 - London to Barwick. (continued.)

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*A detailed map of London from 1747 just a few years after the publication of this atlas.
*Here, you can see the outline of the City of London- indicating its separate status from London. There is also the Borough of Southwark just on the other side of London bridge, and far to the West is the city of Westminster (literally the minister in the west)

https://www.british-history.ac.uk/old-new-london/v...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Westminster

https://www.loc.gov/resource/g5754l.ct003475r/?r=-...


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*A detailed map of London from 1747 just a few years after the publication of this atlas.
*Here, you can see the outline of the City of London- indicating its separate status from London. There is also the Borough of Southwark just on the other side of London bridge, and far to the West is the city of Westminster (literally the minister in the west)

https://www.british-history.ac.uk/old-new-london/v...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Westminster

https://www.loc.gov/resource/g5754l.ct003475r/?r=-...


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E127.017 - Road from London to Bristol. A Map of Middlesex.

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E127.018 - Road from London to Bristol (continued.)

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E127.019 - Road from London to Bristol (continued.) Road from London to Buckingham. Map of Northamptonshire.

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E127.020 - Road from London to Buckingham (continued.)

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E127.021 - Road from London to Buckingham (continued.)

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"It is a pretty town, well-built and populous; In it is a Palace Royal at which though not magnificent is very convenient and delightful. Its curious Gardens are frequently visited by the Nobility and Gentry."

The addition of commentary like this, unrequired for merely navigational purposes, are one of the many elements of the Brittanica Depicta which make it unique and insightful to the times.

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"It is a pretty town, well-built and populous; In it is a Palace Royal at which though not magnificent is very convenient and delightful. Its curious Gardens are frequently visited by the Nobility and Gentry."

The addition of commentary like this, unrequired for merely navigational purposes, are one of the many elements of the Brittanica Depicta which make it unique and insightful to the times.

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E127.022 - Road from London to St. David's. Map of Glamorganshire.

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E127.023 - Road from London to St. David's (continued.)

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E127.024 - Road from London to St. David's (continued.)

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E127.025 - Road from London to St. David's (continued.)

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E127.026 - Road from London to St. David's (continued.) Road from London to Dover.

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Author: David
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View of Greeniwch park c.1680
*Greenwich was home to the classical Palladian style villa known as The Queen's House(centre), the Royal Observatory(top left), as well as the Greenwich naval hospital for seamen(not shown here but located along the river by 1690).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greenwich#Tudor
https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/london-and-the...
https://www.rmg.co.uk/queens-house/history


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View of Greeniwch park c.1680
*Greenwich was home to the classical Palladian style villa known as The Queen's House(centre), the Royal Observatory(top left), as well as the Greenwich naval hospital for seamen(not shown here but located along the river by 1690).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greenwich#Tudor
https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/london-and-the...
https://www.rmg.co.uk/queens-house/history


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E127.027 - Road from London to Dover. (continued.)

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A Description of the election of the Lord Mayor of the City of London.
*This process consists of liverymen, those belong to the City's livery companies, to elected from among qualified alderman, to be the Lord Mayor.
*The election is accompanied by an elaborate "Show" which has be continuously happening every year since 1215. The iteration of the show that would have been seen in 1720 did not begin until the late 16th century. It involved complex floats, performances, and poetry.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lord_Mayor_of_London...
http://www.liverycompanies.info/fellowship-of-cler...
Hill, Tracey. Pageantry and Power: A Cultural History of the Early Modern Lord Mayor's Show.


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A Description of the election of the Lord Mayor of the City of London.
*This process consists of liverymen, those belong to the City's livery companies, to elected from among qualified alderman, to be the Lord Mayor.
*The election is accompanied by an elaborate "Show" which has be continuously happening every year since 1215. The iteration of the show that would have been seen in 1720 did not begin until the late 16th century. It involved complex floats, performances, and poetry.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lord_Mayor_of_London...
http://www.liverycompanies.info/fellowship-of-cler...
Hill, Tracey. Pageantry and Power: A Cultural History of the Early Modern Lord Mayor's Show.


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E127.028 - Road from London to Harwich.

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E127.029 - Road from London to Harwich. (continued.) Road from London to Hith.

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E127.030 - Road from London to Hith.

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E127.031 -Road from London to Holy-Head. Mona, now called Anglesey Island.

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E127.032 - Road from London to Holy-Head. (continued.)

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E127.033 - Road from London to Holy-Head. (continued.)

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E127.034 - Road from London to Holy-Head. (continued.)

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E127.035 - Road from London to Holy-Head. (continued.) Road from London to the Lands-End.

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E127.036 - Road from London to the Lands-End. (continued.)

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E127.037 - Road from London to the Lands-End. (continued.)

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Someone coming from the bottom of the map will be going uphill here.

http://www.bouletfermat.com/owen_and_bowen/

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Someone coming from the bottom of the map will be going uphill here.

http://www.bouletfermat.com/owen_and_bowen/

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Author: tomadmin
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Someone coming from the bottom of the map will be going downhill here.

http://www.bouletfermat.com/owen_and_bowen/

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Someone coming from the bottom of the map will be going downhill here.

http://www.bouletfermat.com/owen_and_bowen/

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E127.038 -Road from London to the Lands-End. (continued.)

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E127.039 - Road from London to the Lands-End. (continued.)

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E127.040 - Road from London to Newhaven.

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E127.041 - Road from London to Newhaven. (continued.) Road from London to Portsmouth.

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E127.042 - Road from London to Portsmouth. (continued.)

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E127.043 - Road from London to Portsmouth. (continued.) Road from London to Rye.

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E127.044 - Road from London to Rye. (continued.) Roads from London to Barnstable.

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E127.045 - Roads from London to Barnstable. (continued.)

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E127.046 - Roads from London to Barnstable. (continued.)

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E127.047 - Roads from London to Barnstable. (continued.)

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E127.048 - Road from London to Bath & Wells.

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E127.049 - Road from London to Bath & Wells. (continued.) Roads from London to Boston.

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E127.050 - Roads from London to Boston.

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E127.051 - Road from London to Carlisle.

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E127.052 - Road from London to Carlisle. (continued.)

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E127.053 - Road from London to Carlisle. (continued.) Road from London to Chichester.

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E127.054 - Road from London to Chichester. (continued.)

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E127.055 - Road from London to Darby (Derby). A Map of Darbyshire(Derbyshire).

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Author: tomadmin
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"It is a well built town, has a large Parish Church, a Free School and a very good Market on Thursday. Here are held 2 Fairs Annually August 1st and November 2nd."

Loughborough continues to have a market to this day.

https://loveloughborough.co.uk/love-loughborough/d...

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"It is a well built town, has a large Parish Church, a Free School and a very good Market on Thursday. Here are held 2 Fairs Annually August 1st and November 2nd."

Loughborough continues to have a market to this day.

https://loveloughborough.co.uk/love-loughborough/d...

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E127.056 - Road from London to Darby (Derby). (continued.) Road from London to Flamborough.

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E127.057 - Road from London to Flamborough. (continued.)

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E127.058 - Road from London to Flamborough. (continued.)

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E127.059 - Road from London to Kings Lyn. Map of Cambridgeshire.

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E127.060 - Road from London to Kings Lyn. (continued.) Road from London to Montgomery. Merionethshire.

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E127.061 - Road from London to Montgomery. (continued.)

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E127.062 - Road from London to St. Neots.

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E127.063 - Road from London to St. Neots. (continued.) Road from London to Norwich. Map of Rutlandshire (Rutland).

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E127.064 - Road from London to Norwich. (continued.)

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E127.065 - Road from London to Oakham. Bedfordshire.

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E127.066 - Road from London to Oakham. (continued.)

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E127.067 - Road from London to Oakham. (continued.)

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E127.068 - Road from London to Oakham. (continued.) Road from London to Shrewsbury. Shropshire.

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E127.069 - Road from London to Shrewsbury. (continued.)

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A number of British islands here...

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A number of British islands here...

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E127.070 -Road from London to Southampton. Smaller Islands in the British Ocean.

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E127.071 - Road from London to Southampton. (continued.) Road from London to Wells. Hertfordshire.

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E127.072 -Road from London to Wells. (continued.)

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E127.073 - Road from London to Weymouth. Map of Wiltshire.

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E127.074 - Road from London to Weymouth. (continued.) Road from London to Yarmouth. Buckinghamshire.

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E127.075 -Road from London to Yarmouth. (continued.)

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E127.076 - Road from Bristol to Banbury. Map of Oxfordshire.

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E127.077 - Road from Bristol to Banbury. (continued.) Road from Bristol to Westchester. Map of Herefordshire.

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E127.078 - Road from Bristol to Westchester. (continued.)

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E127.079 - Road from Bristol to Westchester. (continued.)

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E127.080- Road from Bristol to Exeter. Devonshire (Devon).

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E127.081 - Road from Bristol to Exeter. (continued.) Road from Bristol to Worcester. Map of Worcestershire.

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E127.082 - Road from Bristol to Worcester. (continued.)

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E127.083 -Road from Bristol to Weymouth. Dorsetshire.

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E127.084 - Road from Bristol to Weymouth. (continued.) Road from Cambridge to Coventry.

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E127.085 - Road from Cambridge to Coventry. (continued.)

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E127.086 - Road from Carlisle to Rarwick (Barwick). North & East Riding of Yorkshire.

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E127.087 - Road from Carlisle to Rarwick (Barwick). (continued.) Road from Chester to Cardiff. Map of Brecknockshire.

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E127.088 - Road from Chester to Cardiff. (continued.)

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E127.089 - Road from Chester to Cardiff. (continued.)

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E127.090 - Road from Dartmouth to Minhead. Map of Somersetshire (Somerset).

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E127.091 - Road from Dartmouth to Minhead. (continued.) Road from St. Davids to Holywell. Pembrokeshire.

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E127.092 - Road from St. Davids to Holywell. (continued.)

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E127.093 - Road from St. Davids to Holywell. (continued.)

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E127.094 - Road from Exeter to Barnstable.

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E127.095 - Road from Exeter to Barnstable. (continued.) Road from Exeter to Truro. Map of Cornwall.

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E127.096 - Road from Exeter to Truro. (continued.)

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E127.097 - Road from Glocester to Coventry. Map of Denbighshire.

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E127.098 - Road from Glocester to Coventry. (continued.) The Road from Glocester to Montgomery. A Map of Montgomeryshire.

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E127.099 - Road from Glocester to Montgomery. (continued.)

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E127.100 - Road from Hereford to Leicester. A Map of Leicestershire.

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E127.101 - Road from Hereford to Leicester. (continued.) Road from Huntingdon to Ipswich. Huntingdonshire.

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E127.102 - Road from Huntingdon to Ipswich. (continued.)

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E127.103 - Road from Ipswich to Norwich. Map of Suffolk.

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E127.104 - Road from Ipswich to Norwich. (continued.) Road from Kings Lyn to Harwich.

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Notes here says that the river in Thetford is navigable.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thetford

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Notes here says that the river in Thetford is navigable.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thetford

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E127.105 - Road from Kings Lyn to Harwich. (continued.)

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E127.106 - Road from Kings Lyn to Norwich. A Map of Norfork.

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E127.107 - Road from Kings Lyn to Norwich. (continued.) Road from Monmouth to Lenbeder. Monmouthshire.

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E127.108 - Road from Monmouth to Lenbeder. (continued.)

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E127.109 - Road from Nottingham to Grimsby. A Map of Lincolnshire.

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E127.110 - Road from Nottingham to Grimsby. (continued.) Road from Oxford to Bristol.

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E127.111 - Road from Oxford to Bristol. (continued.)

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*Engraving by David Loggan from 1675.
*Oriel college is the oldest royal foundation in Oxford. It was founded in 1326 with King Edward II as patron. It is due to this connection that the Collège has been down as King's College or King's Hall.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oriel_College,_Oxfor...

https://www.oriel.ox.ac.uk/about-college


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*Engraving by David Loggan from 1675.
*Oriel college is the oldest royal foundation in Oxford. It was founded in 1326 with King Edward II as patron. It is due to this connection that the Collège has been down as King's College or King's Hall.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oriel_College,_Oxfor...

https://www.oriel.ox.ac.uk/about-college


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*An engraving of the College.
*Formally known as: The College of the Great Hall of the University of Oxford. The College has a claim as the oldest College, along with Oriel College. It was founded in 1249 by William of Durham. It is, along with Oriel College, associated with the Monarchy of England as in 14th century there grew a claim that the College was founded by King Alfred of Wessex in 872. This claim is why the College bears the arms associated with King Alfred.

http://www.oxfordhistory.org.uk/high/tour/south/un...

https://www.univ.ox.ac.uk/about/history/

https://wellcomecollection.org/works/qfjpvt2z

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*An engraving of the College.
*Formally known as: The College of the Great Hall of the University of Oxford. The College has a claim as the oldest College, along with Oriel College. It was founded in 1249 by William of Durham. It is, along with Oriel College, associated with the Monarchy of England as in 14th century there grew a claim that the College was founded by King Alfred of Wessex in 872. This claim is why the College bears the arms associated with King Alfred.

http://www.oxfordhistory.org.uk/high/tour/south/un...

https://www.univ.ox.ac.uk/about/history/

https://wellcomecollection.org/works/qfjpvt2z

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An engraving by David Loggan from 1675 of Balliol College.
Balliol College was founded in 1263 and was founded by John I de Balliol.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balliol_College,_Oxf...

https://www.balliol.ox.ac.uk/about-balliol/history...

http://archives.balliol.ox.ac.uk/History/1675.asp

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An engraving by David Loggan from 1675 of Balliol College.
Balliol College was founded in 1263 and was founded by John I de Balliol.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balliol_College,_Oxf...

https://www.balliol.ox.ac.uk/about-balliol/history...

http://archives.balliol.ox.ac.uk/History/1675.asp

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Engraving from 1675 by David Loggan. The College is formally known as: The House or College of Scholars of Merton in the University of Oxford. The College was founded in c.1260 by Walter de Merton.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merton_College,_Oxfo...

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Merton...

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Engraving from 1675 by David Loggan. The College is formally known as: The House or College of Scholars of Merton in the University of Oxford. The College was founded in c.1260 by Walter de Merton.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merton_College,_Oxfo...

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Merton...

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An drawing of Exeter College c.1709 by Michael Burghers.
The is formally called: The Rector and Scholars of Exeter College in the University of Oxford. Exeter College is the fourth oldest college of the university being founded in 1314

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exeter_College,_Oxfo...

The Front of EXETER COLLEGE in OXFORD, 1709., 1709. Burghers, Michael, and George III, King of Great Britain, British Library King George III collection.


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An drawing of Exeter College c.1709 by Michael Burghers.
The is formally called: The Rector and Scholars of Exeter College in the University of Oxford. Exeter College is the fourth oldest college of the university being founded in 1314

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exeter_College,_Oxfo...

The Front of EXETER COLLEGE in OXFORD, 1709., 1709. Burghers, Michael, and George III, King of Great Britain, British Library King George III collection.


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A drawing of the College by George Vertue c.1730
Magdalen College was founded in 1458 by William of Waynflete.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magdalen_College,_Ox...

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A drawing of the College by George Vertue c.1730
Magdalen College was founded in 1458 by William of Waynflete.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magdalen_College,_Ox...

Vertue, George. [Magdalen College, Oxford] / G: Vertue Sculp, 1730.

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Pictured above are the arms of the College

The college is formally known as: the Colleges of the Souls of All the faithful Departed. The College was founded in 1438.

Refrences,

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_Souls_College,_O...

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Pictured above are the arms of the College

The college is formally known as: the Colleges of the Souls of All the faithful Departed. The College was founded in 1438.

Refrences,

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_Souls_College,_O...

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An engraving by David Loggan from 1674 of the College.
The College is formally known as: The College of the Blessed Mary and all Saints, Lincoln. It was founded in 1427 by Richard Fleming the Bishop of Lincoln.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lincoln_College,_Oxf...

https://wellcomecollection.org/works/w7qbde3r , Wellcome Library no. 20519i

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An engraving by David Loggan from 1674 of the College.
The College is formally known as: The College of the Blessed Mary and all Saints, Lincoln. It was founded in 1427 by Richard Fleming the Bishop of Lincoln.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lincoln_College,_Oxf...

https://wellcomecollection.org/works/w7qbde3r , Wellcome Library no. 20519i

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The arms of the College.
The College is formally known as: The College of St Mary of Winchester in Oxford. The name New College did not come into use until after 1386. New College was founded in 1379 by William of Wykeham.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_College,_Oxford#...

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The arms of the College.
The College is formally known as: The College of St Mary of Winchester in Oxford. The name New College did not come into use until after 1386. New College was founded in 1379 by William of Wykeham.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_College,_Oxford#...

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The arms of the College
The Queen's College was founded in 1341 by Robert de Eglefield. The College is named after Queen Philippa of Hainault who was wife of King Edward III.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Queen%27s_Colleg...

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The arms of the College
The Queen's College was founded in 1341 by Robert de Eglefield. The College is named after Queen Philippa of Hainault who was wife of King Edward III.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Queen%27s_Colleg...

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The entrance to Wadham College.

Wadham College was founded in 1610 by Dorothy Wadham


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wadham_College,_Oxfo...

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The entrance to Wadham College.

Wadham College was founded in 1610 by Dorothy Wadham


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wadham_College,_Oxfo...

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The Second Quadrangle of Jesus College,
The College is formally known as: Jesus College in the University of Oxford of Queen Elizabeth's Foundation. The College was founded by Queen Elizabeth I in 1571 for the education of clergy, making it the first Protestant college at the university.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus_College,_Oxfor...

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The Second Quadrangle of Jesus College,
The College is formally known as: Jesus College in the University of Oxford of Queen Elizabeth's Foundation. The College was founded by Queen Elizabeth I in 1571 for the education of clergy, making it the first Protestant college at the university.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus_College,_Oxfor...

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The Front Quadrangle, which remains much as it was after modifications by Sir Thomas White (the founder)
The College was founded in 1555 by Sir Tomas White. The College was intended to provide a place of education for Roman Catholic clerics and to support Queen Mary and the Counter-Reformation movement.

https://www.sjc.ox.ac.uk/discover/about-college/co...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus_College,_Oxfor...

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The Front Quadrangle, which remains much as it was after modifications by Sir Thomas White (the founder)
The College was founded in 1555 by Sir Tomas White. The College was intended to provide a place of education for Roman Catholic clerics and to support Queen Mary and the Counter-Reformation movement.

https://www.sjc.ox.ac.uk/discover/about-college/co...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus_College,_Oxfor...

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An engraving by David Loggan from 1675.
Christ Church College was founded in 1546 by King Henry VIII. The College has a joint foundation with Christ Church Cathedral.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christ_Church,_Oxfor...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Tower

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An engraving by David Loggan from 1675.
Christ Church College was founded in 1546 by King Henry VIII. The College has a joint foundation with Christ Church Cathedral.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christ_Church,_Oxfor...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Tower

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An engraving from 1675 by David Loggan.
The College was founded in 1509 on the site of a medieval academic hall known as Brasenose Hall. It is from here that the College gets it's name, a name believed to be derived from the bronze door knockers adorning the medieval hall's door.

https://web.archive.org/web/20121028125233/http://...https://web.archive.org/web/20120304040845/http://...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brasenose_College,_O...

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An engraving from 1675 by David Loggan.
The College was founded in 1509 on the site of a medieval academic hall known as Brasenose Hall. It is from here that the College gets it's name, a name believed to be derived from the bronze door knockers adorning the medieval hall's door.

https://web.archive.org/web/20121028125233/http://...https://web.archive.org/web/20120304040845/http://...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brasenose_College,_O...

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An engraving by David Loggan from 1675.
Corpus Christi College is formally known as: The College of the Body of Christ in the University of Oxford. The College was founded in 1517 making it the 12th oldest college in Oxford. The College is famous for the translation of the King's James Bible.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corpus_Christi_Colle...

https://www.ccc.ox.ac.uk/study-here/undergraduate-...


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An engraving by David Loggan from 1675.
Corpus Christi College is formally known as: The College of the Body of Christ in the University of Oxford. The College was founded in 1517 making it the 12th oldest college in Oxford. The College is famous for the translation of the King's James Bible.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corpus_Christi_Colle...

https://www.ccc.ox.ac.uk/study-here/undergraduate-...


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An engraving by David Loggan from 1690.
Pembroke College was founded in 1624 by King James I and was named after the Earl of Pembroke who was the King's Lord Chamberlain. The coat of arms represents both the Earl of Pembroke and James I.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pembroke_College,_Ox...

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An engraving by David Loggan from 1690.
Pembroke College was founded in 1624 by King James I and was named after the Earl of Pembroke who was the King's Lord Chamberlain. The coat of arms represents both the Earl of Pembroke and James I.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pembroke_College,_Ox...

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Aan engraving by John Bareblock from 1566.
The College is formally known as: The College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity in the University of Oxford, of the foundation of Sir Thomas Pope. It was founded in 1555 following the abolition of the Benedictine cathedral that was on the site during the Protestant Reformation.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trinity_College,_Oxf...

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Aan engraving by John Bareblock from 1566.
The College is formally known as: The College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity in the University of Oxford, of the foundation of Sir Thomas Pope. It was founded in 1555 following the abolition of the Benedictine cathedral that was on the site during the Protestant Reformation.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trinity_College,_Oxf...

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E127.112 - Road from Oxford to Cambridg (Cambridge).

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Old Court as would have been the court yard of Christi College in 1720.
Founded in 1352 by the Guild of Corpus Christi and the Guild of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It is the sixth-oldest college in Cambridge and only college to be founded by the townsfolk of Cambridge.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Arms_of_Corpus_Christi_College,_Cambridge.svg

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Old Court as would have been the court yard of Christi College in 1720.
Founded in 1352 by the Guild of Corpus Christi and the Guild of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It is the sixth-oldest college in Cambridge and only college to be founded by the townsfolk of Cambridge.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Arms_of_Corpus_Christi_College,_Cambridge.svg

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corpus_Christi_College,_Cambridge



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These five images represent the five regius professorships of Cambridge at the time of the maps creation.

Regius professorships are those created by the ruling sovereign.

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Regius professorships are those created by the ruling sovereign.

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Old Court
St. Peters college, known as Peterhouse is the oldest constituent college at Cambridge.
The college was founded in 1284 by Hugh de Balsham, Bishop of Ely.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peterhouse,_Cambridge

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Peterhouse_shield.svg

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Old Court
St. Peters college, known as Peterhouse is the oldest constituent college at Cambridge.
The college was founded in 1284 by Hugh de Balsham, Bishop of Ely.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peterhouse,_Cambridge

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Old Court
Clare College is the second oldest surviving college.
Clare hall (fka. University Hall) was founded in 1326 and refounded as Clare Hall in 1338.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clare_College,_Cambr...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clare_College,_Cambr...

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Old Court
Clare College is the second oldest surviving college.
Clare hall (fka. University Hall) was founded in 1326 and refounded as Clare Hall in 1338.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clare_College,_Cambr...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clare_College,_Cambr...

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The Old Court
Officially: The College or Hall of Valence-Mary. the College was founded in 1347 it is the third-oldest college of Cambridge. It was founded by Marie de St Pol, Countless of Pembroke.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pembroke_College,_Ca...

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The Old Court
Officially: The College or Hall of Valence-Mary. the College was founded in 1347 it is the third-oldest college of Cambridge. It was founded by Marie de St Pol, Countless of Pembroke.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pembroke_College,_Ca...

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An drawing of Trinity Hall by David Loggan in 1690
Formally known as: The College or Hall of the Holy Trinity in the University of Cambridge, Trinity Hall is the fifth-oldest surviving college and was founded in 1350 by William Bateman, Bishop of Norwich.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trinity_Hall,_Cambri...


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An drawing of Trinity Hall by David Loggan in 1690
Formally known as: The College or Hall of the Holy Trinity in the University of Cambridge, Trinity Hall is the fifth-oldest surviving college and was founded in 1350 by William Bateman, Bishop of Norwich.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trinity_Hall,_Cambri...


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Hall Court.
Sidney Sussex College was founded in 1596 and named after its foundress Frances Sidney, Countess of Sussex



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sidney_Sussex_Colleg...

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Hall Court.
Sidney Sussex College was founded in 1596 and named after its foundress Frances Sidney, Countess of Sussex



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sidney_Sussex_Colleg...

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A print of the Great Court from 1690
The College was founded in 1546. The College's full name is: The College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity within the Town and University of Cambridge of King Henry the Eighth's Foundation



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trinity_College,_Cam...

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A print of the Great Court from 1690
The College was founded in 1546. The College's full name is: The College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity within the Town and University of Cambridge of King Henry the Eighth's Foundation



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trinity_College,_Cam...

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An engraving from 1685 by David Loggan of the College
St John's College was founded by Lady Margaret Beaufort in 1511


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_John%27s_College,...

https://www.joh.cam.ac.uk/

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An engraving from 1685 by David Loggan of the College
St John's College was founded by Lady Margaret Beaufort in 1511


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_John%27s_College,...

https://www.joh.cam.ac.uk/

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Drawing by David Loggan of the College in 1690
Jesus College was founded in 1496
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus_College,_Cambr...

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Drawing by David Loggan of the College in 1690
Jesus College was founded in 1496
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus_College,_Cambr...

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King's College was founded in 1441 and is formally known as The King's College of Our Lady and Saint Nicholas in Cambridge


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King%27s_College,_Ca...

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King's College was founded in 1441 and is formally known as The King's College of Our Lady and Saint Nicholas in Cambridge


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King%27s_College,_Ca...

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The Main Court of the College
St. Catharine's College was founded in 1473 as Katharine Hall. The current name and spelling was adopted in 1860.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Catharine%27s_Col...

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The Main Court of the College
St. Catharine's College was founded in 1473 as Katharine Hall. The current name and spelling was adopted in 1860.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Catharine%27s_Col...

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Pictured above is the First Court of the College
Christ's College was founded in 1437 originally as God's House. It was not until 1505, when the college was granted a royal charter and an endowment by Lady Margaret Beaufort that the name was changed.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christ%27s_College,_...

https://www.christs.cam.ac.uk/

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Pictured above is the First Court of the College
Christ's College was founded in 1437 originally as God's House. It was not until 1505, when the college was granted a royal charter and an endowment by Lady Margaret Beaufort that the name was changed.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christ%27s_College,_...

https://www.christs.cam.ac.uk/

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Second Court of Magdalene College.
Magdalene College was founded in 1428. The College was originally a Benedictine hostel before becoming Buckingham College. It was not until 1542 when the College was re-founded that it took the name the College of St Mary Magdalene.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magdalene_College,_C...

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Second Court of Magdalene College.
Magdalene College was founded in 1428. The College was originally a Benedictine hostel before becoming Buckingham College. It was not until 1542 when the College was re-founded that it took the name the College of St Mary Magdalene.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magdalene_College,_C...

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An engraving of the College by David Loggan from 1690
Gonville & Caius College is the fourth oldest college being founded in 1348. The college has held two other names being first founded as, Gonville Hall (1348-1351) and then the Hall of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (1351-1557).



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gonville_and_Caius_C...

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An engraving of the College by David Loggan from 1690
Gonville & Caius College is the fourth oldest college being founded in 1348. The college has held two other names being first founded as, Gonville Hall (1348-1351) and then the Hall of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (1351-1557).



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gonville_and_Caius_C...

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An engraving of the College by David Loggan from 1690
Queen's College Cambridge was founded in 1448 by Margaret of Anjou and was re-founded in 1465.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queens%27_College,_C...

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An engraving of the College by David Loggan from 1690
Queen's College Cambridge was founded in 1448 by Margaret of Anjou and was re-founded in 1465.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queens%27_College,_C...

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E127.113 - Road from Oxford to Cambridg (Cambridge). (continued.) Road from Oxford to Chichester.

The first edition, first issue of a small size edition of Olgilby's 1675 road atlas of England and Wales, our Pub List No. 9735.000. Ogilby's 1675 edition was so large that we assume few travelers could actually take it on the road. This small edition was far more portable. Revised with additional text, coats-of-arms, town descriptions (revised) and county maps. "First edition, first issue of this of this highly popular reduced version of John Ogilby's 1675 road atlas; Bowen's address given as "next ye King of Spain", plate 128 misnumbered 121, and plates 74 and 75 transposed. Bowles decided to go one better than Thomas Gardner and John Senex, who were planning reduced size re-issues of Ogilby, by augmenting the work with 54 county maps and "a multitude of historical, topographical and statistical information" (Hodson) by the antiquarian John Owen, the whole engraved onto 273 strip-maps by Emanuel Bowen. Bowles puffed the work extravagantly claiming, that "One leaf of this, contains more Observations than any whole book of this Nature yet publish'd", and seems to have stirred up "a great demand as there were four editions issued from 1720 to 1724" (Chubb). How practical this was as a road-book is questionable, the lay-out is rather cluttered with three or four road strips per page, together with the county maps, armorials, and minisculely engraved cursive text, however, it is certainly lively, and undoubtedly would have possessed considerable novelty on publication. Ogilby's survey itself was the first of the roads of England and Wales, "and [he] is probably best known on this account . Sir H.G. Fordham . says [the survey] 'is of particular and historical importance, as it displaced the old British mile of 2,428 yards, and substituted it for the statute mile of 1,760 yards, thus effecting a revolution in customary measurements'" (Chubb, p. 444)." (Daniel Crouch).

Rumsey

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E127.114 - Road from Oxford to Chichester. (continued.)

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E127.115 - Road from Oxford to Coventry. Warwickshire.

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E127.116 - Road from Oxford to Coventry. (continued.) Roads from Oxford to Salisbury. Berkshire.

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E127.117 - Roads from Oxford to Salisbury. (continued.)

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E127.118 - Road from Prestain to Carmarthen. Map of Radnorshire.

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E127.119 - Road from Prestain to Carmarthen. (continued.) Road from Salisbury to Campden. Glocestershire (Gloucestershire).

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E127.120 - Road from Salisbury to Campden. (continued.)

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E127.121 - Road from Tinmouth to Carlisle. Map of Northumberland.

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E127.122 - Road from Tinmouth to Carlisle. (continued.) Road from Welshpool to Carnarvan. Carnarvanshire (Caernarvanshire).

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E127.123 - Road from Welshpool to Carnarvan (Caernarvan). (continued.)

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E127.124 - Road from York to Lancaster. Lancashire.

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E127.125 - Road from York to Lancaster. (continued.) Roads from York to West Chester. Map of Cheshire.

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E127.126 - Roads from York to West Chester. (continued).

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E127.127 - Roads from York to West Chester. (continued).

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E127.128 - Roads from Cardigan to Lladebar. Map of Carmarthenshire.

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E127.129 - Roads from Cardigan to Lladebar. (continued.) Roads from Chelmsford to Bury St. Edmunds. Map of Essex.

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E127.130 - Roads from Chelmsford to Bury St. Edmunds. (continued.)

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E127.131 - Road from Chelmsford to Maldon. Map of Kent.

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E127.132 - Road from Chelmsford to Maldon. (continued.) Roads from Exeter to Dorchester.

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E127.133 - Roads from Exeter to Dorchester. (continued.)

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E127.134 - Road from Ferribridg to Borobridg. West Riding of Yorkshire.

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E127.135 - Road from Ferribridg to Borobridg. (continued.) Road from Kendal to Cockermouth. Cumberland.

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E127.136 - Road from Kendal to Cockermouth. (continued.)

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E127.137 - Road from London to Pool. Map of Hampshire.

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E127.138 - Road from London to Pool. (continued.) Road from Shrewsbury to Holywell. Flintshire.

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E127.139 - Road from Shrewsbury to Holywell. (continued.)

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E127.140 - Road from Whitby to Durham. Map of Durham.

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E127.141 - Road from Whitby to Durham. (continued.) Roads from York to Whitby's & Scarboro. Map of Westmoreland (Westmorland).

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E127.142 - Roads from York to Whitby's & Scarboro. (continued.)

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E127.B.001 - Ogilby 1675 Covers

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E127.B.002 - Ogilby 1675 Frontispiece 1

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E127.B.003 - Ogilby 1675 Title

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E127.B.028 - Ogilby 1675 Road from London to Aberistwith

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E127.B.029 - Ogilby 1675 Text 1

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E127.B.030 - Ogilby 1675 Text 2

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E127.C.026 - Ogilby Willdey Map of the Roads of England 1717
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