|SPEED, John. Surrey Described and Divided into Hundreds|
This map of Surrey was published as part of the 1676 edition and features attractive inset views of the long-since destroyed Richmond and Nonsuch Palaces.
|VAN DEN KEERE, Pieter. Surrey.c. 1637|
|OGILBY, John. |
The Road from Oxford to Salisbury. 1675
Moving on a few hundred years Robert Kearsley Dawson's 1832 map of the Metropolitan Boroughs of London shows the capital as defined by the Reform Bill of the same year. A document of our political history, it shows the parlimentry boroughs of Marylebone, Finsbury, Tower Hamlets, Westminster, London, Southwalk and Lambeth with the map extending from Tottenham in the north, West Ham in the east, south to Norwood and west to Kensington.
|The Metropolitan Boroughs as defined by the Reform Bill|