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|Genre/Form:||Maps Early works to 1800
|All Authors / Contributors:||
George Taylor, (Geographer); Andrew Skinner, (Geographer)
|Notes:||Survey made 1775.
Dedicated: To his Grace John Duke of Argyll, Commander in Chief of his Majestys forces in North Britain, &c. &c. &c. This work is most humbly inscribed by his grace's most obliged & very humble servants, George Taylor, Andren Skinner.
Signed by Barber, Thos. Bowen, Flyn, I. Luffman, J. Prockter, S. Pyle, Jn. Roberts, I. Taylor, and G. Terry, as engravers.
"Terry Sculp 62; pattern after Row."--Maps 14-15, 26, 36-37 and "G. Terry Sculp 62; pattern after Row."--Maps 16-17.
Folded as pocket atlas 22 x 15 cm.
Inserted: A general map of the roads of Scotland / Taylor and Skinner. 1 folded map (35 x 32 cm.)
Includes an index of the cities, towns, and villages and their distance from Edinburgh; the cross roads, and a list of the stages on the Great Road.
|Description:||1 atlas (, 61 p., 1 folded leaf of plates) : 62 maps ; 22 x 53 cm.|
|Other Titles:||Maps of the roads of Scotland.
Survey and maps of the roads of North Britain or Scotland.
Taylor and Skinner's survey and maps of the roads of North Britain or Scotland.
|Responsibility:||George Taylor, Andren [i.e. Andrew] Skinner.|