engraved map with hand-colouring, on wove paper watermarked 1801, size is for plan and reference table combined, the plan alone measures 230 x 535mm. (9 x 21 in), old folds with a few repaired splits, another repaired tear from the right sheet edge, other occasional faint creasing and slight surface dirt, [Howgego 240],
extending from the Head of the Paddington Canal West, to the West India Docks East, with the proposed Improvements between the Royal Exchange & Finsbury Square,
London, James Stratford, 1806.
a comprehensively titled plan of early 19th century London, lightly overlaid with a reference grid for the extensive list below of 115 churches, 128 public buildings and 36 squares. The plan was issued in vol. II of David Hughson’s ‘London, being an accurate history & description of the British Metropolis’,.