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2. Cheshire

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1793. Cary, John, approximately 1754-1835. Shows boundaries, rivers, parks and settlements with stars denoting the number of members returned to Parliament. London meridian. Relief shown by ... London : Published ... by J. Cary ..., Jan 1st 1793.

3. [Chikyo zenzu : Western Hemisphere]

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1793. [Kokan]. California shown as a peninsula with very narrow northern attachment to mainland (nearly an island). Map lacks all non-cartographic margin... s.n.

4. Glocestershire

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1793. Cary, John, approximately 1754-1835. Map of Gloucestershire showing counties, towns and roads. Prime meridian: London. Plate [14] from: Cary's new and correct English atlas / by John C... London : Published ... by John Cary, engraver & map-seller, Strand, Jany. 1st 1793.

5. Map of Judea, Syria &c

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1793. Neele, Samuel John, 1758-1824 and Trusler, Dt. I. S.I. Neele sculpt. Relief shown pictorially. Latitudinal and longitudinal lines. Prime meridians: London and Ferro. Coordinates approximate and bas... Dt. I. Trusler.

8. A map of the Holy Land, and countries adjacent

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1792. Bowen, Thomas, -1790 and Maynard, George Henry. by Thos. Bowen. Relief shown pictorially. Latitudinal and longitudinal lines. Prime meridian: London. Coordinates approximate and based on Greenwic... [publisher not identified].

9. A map of the state of Pennsylvania

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1792. Howell, Reading, 1743-1827 and Howell, Reading, 1743-1827. The dedication below the title cartouche reads "To Thomas Mifflin Governor, the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylv... London : Published for the author & sold by James Phillips, 1 August, 1792.

10. Africa, 1792

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1792. Payne, John, active 1800. Relief shown pictorially. "Engrav'd for Jackson's edition of Payne's new System of universal geography." Prime meridian: London. Has watermarks. [Dublin? : Jackson, 1792?].