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CARY, John (c.1754-1835).  New and Correct English Atlas: being a New Set of County Maps from Actual Surveys. London: John Cary, 1809. 4° (310 x 250mm). Engraved title, general map and 46 county maps, hand-coloured in outline (occaisonal light spotting and browning, maps offset onto text). Contemporary diced calf (worn, crudely rebacked and recornered, heavily rubbed and scuffed, inner hinges reinforced). Provenance: "Fro: J. Stone, Surbiton Hill, Surrey (Bought at Brighton, Nov. 1876)" (inscription on front free endpaper) - some minor annotation to text. Chubb CCCXXXII; Fordham p.25. The atlas was first printed in 1787.
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CARY, John (c.1754-1835). New and Correct English Atlas: being a New Set of County Maps from Actual Surveys. London: John Cary, 1809. 4° (310 x 250mm). Engraved title, general map and 46 county maps, hand-coloured in outline (occaisonal light spotting and browning, maps offset onto text). Contemporary diced calf (worn, crudely rebacked and recornered, heavily rubbed and scuffed, inner hinges reinforced). Provenance: "Fro: J. Stone, Surbiton Hill, Surrey (Bought at Brighton, Nov. 1876)" (inscription on front free endpaper) - some minor annotation to text. Chubb CCCXXXII; Fordham p.25. The atlas was first printed in 1787.

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CARY, John (c.1754-1835). New and Correct English Atlas: being a New Set of County Maps from Actual Surveys. London: John Cary, 1809. 4° (310 x 250mm). Engraved title, general map and 46 county maps, hand-coloured in outline (occaisonal light spotting and browning, maps offset onto text). Contemporary diced calf (worn, crudely rebacked and recornered, heavily rubbed and scuffed, inner hinges reinforced). Provenance: "Fro: J. Stone, Surbiton Hill, Surrey (Bought at Brighton, Nov. 1876)" (inscription on front free endpaper) - some minor annotation to text. Chubb CCCXXXII; Fordham p.25. The atlas was first printed in 1787.
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