An unrecorded state with erasures on the plate
By ROCQUE, John, 1763
To Martin Folkes Esq[ui]r[e] President of the Royal Society: This Plan of the Cities of London with the Contiguous Buildings; is humbly Inscribed by his most Humble Servants John Pine and John Tinney.
- Author: ROCQUE, John
- Publication place: London
- Publisher: Published according to Act of Parliament, Sold by the Proprietors John Bowles in Cornhill, Carington Bowles in St. Pauls Church Yard, Robert Sayer in Fleet Street, and Thomas Jefferys at the Corner of St. Martins Lane in the Strand
- Publication date: 20th May, 1763.
- Physical description: Engraved plan.
- Dimensions: 512 by 953mm (20.25 by 37.5 inches).
- Inventory reference: 1495
The present map is an unrecorded state after Howgego 100 state (3). The imprint is the same as in state (3), however, the plan bears numerous erasures to the plate in order to accommodate new information: for example a large area of St Marylebone, Pimlico, Blackfriars Road, Blackfriars Bridge, New Bridge Street, and London Bridge.
Scale: 6 inches to 1 statute mile.
- Howgego 100 (3).
- Howgego, J. (1978). Printed maps of London, circa 1553–1850. Folkestone: Dawson.