No Title Page [Atlas]

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Published by Bos: Cummings & Hilliard, 1815
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Unattributed. No Title Page [Atlas]. Bos: Cummings & Hilliard, nd (c. 1815), unpaginated. *** A very scarce, early American school atlas published in Boston c. 1815. Copperplate engravings by T. Wightman with hand coloring. Folding world map, rest are double-page -- North America; U.S.A.; South America; Europe; Britain; Asia; Africa. Maps are in very good condition with occasional minor foxing. U.S. map has short fold separation at bottom. There is no title page or text. *** This book comes with a clear mylar protective cover. *** Bound in marbled paper boards with brown leather spine and corners. Covers have moderate wear and soil overall with wear a bit more pronounced at corners and spine ends. The spine has moderate rubbing along joints, back joint starting at bottom (approx. 1 inch), still supple and strong. The contents are complete in a good binding. *** 10 inches tall by 6.5 inches. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: No Title Page [Atlas]
Publisher: Bos: Cummings & Hilliard
Publication Date: 1815
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Very Good

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Book Description G W. BACON, NO DATE, 20's?? VG SOFT COVER IN BLUE COVERS 18.5 (H) x 10.2 cm, SLIGHT EDGE WEAR, REAR COVE SLIGHTLY WRINKLED, 3 SHORT LINES OF TINY WRITING ON TITLE PAGE AND 4 LINES OF BOLDER WRITING ON REAR ENDPAPER, ELSE NO NAME OR BOOKPLATE, CLEAN TEXT, TIGHT (EPH.BX). Seller Inventory # G1345

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Book Description [s.n.] [n.d. but c.1833], London, 1833. Folio. Engraved map with single sheet of letterpress. [4 pp.] 10.75 x 15 inches. Disbound. Four folded pages, two of letterpress with copperplate map on verso of blank page. The map was part of a series of centrefold supplements to The Atlas: A General Newspaper and Journal of Literature (issues recorded by COPAC, c.1825-1833-34). The text refers to the 'new Reform Act,' so may date from the 1833 issue of the journal. This is a well drawn map showing the outlying boroughs and parishes of London, with their boundaries , and, as it shows the number of members of parliament, its compilation may have been inspired by the Reform Act of 1832. Little is Known of John Gorton, compiler of reference books and translator (d. 1835). His work, A Topographical Dictionary of Great Britain was published in three volumes, 1831-33. TOPOGRAPHY LONDON MAPS- TOPOGRAPHY LONDON 19TH CENTURY TOPOGRAPHY. Seller Inventory # 21564

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Book Description paperback. Condition: Good. The acrobatics Atlas (no title. no copyright page. All acrobatics Photo). Seller Inventory # CM017935

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Book Description J. Sharman, Dublin, 1794. Condition: Fair. EXCESSIVELY RARE IRISH SCHOOL ATLAS. Volumes: 1. Binding: orig. wrappers. Condition: Tears, ink writing, once folded. Only one other complete copy recorded in Worldcat Books; located in West Yorkshire. Only the maps of "Scotland" and "Switzerland" recorded in the 1979 volume of Tooley Dictionary of Mapmakers. No title page. First map, The World, according to the latest discoveries, is dated 1794. A. Keith is recorded as the engraver. We have never seen another copy in over thirty-five years of dealing in geography's and atlases. The map of the United States, only a year after the Peace of Paris, shows the Mississippi River to be the western boundary of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. Extensive tears and ink stains throughout. Professionally mended and rebacked. Neat penmanship notes on the Holy Land map and North America. The maps cited in Tooley probably came from an incomplete copy. Found in Pittsburgh, the principal owner was a James McFarland. The McFarland name goes way back in Pittsburgh. A McFarland Road is a major thoroughfare. book. Seller Inventory # B-000022825

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