(England and Wales). England, south-east.
Stanford's London atlas of universal geography exhibiting the physical and political divisions of the various countries of the world. Folio edition. One hundred and ten maps, with a list of latitudes and longitudes. Third edition, revised and enlarged. London, Edward Stanford, Geographer to Her Majesty, 12, 13 & 14 Long Acre, W.C. 1904.
England & Wales SE. England, south-east.

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      Edward Stanford, 1904.
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      David Rumsey Historical Map Collect
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    • Abstract:
      Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Shows municipal boroughs, settlements, railroad, etc.
      First issued in 1887, this atlas is the successor to John Arrowsmith's London Atlas of 1858 (Stanford acquired Arrowsmith's plates upon his death). The first issue of the second edition appeared in 1893, with updated second editions of 1896, 1898, and this 1901. The third edition was issued in 1904 (see our #949) and Phillips (mistakenly) shows the next and last edition as 1928--actually 1931 according to Herbert in Imago Mundi p. 120. This is a magnificent atlas, in full color lithography, certainly the premier atlas of its day. Relief shown by hachures.
      cf P1029 (1898 ed.), World (1894, 1904 eds.); Herbert, F. Imago Mundi 41 (1989), p. (98)-123 and Association of Canadian Map Libraries Bulletin no. 62 (March 1987), 1-16.
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