map of the County of Devon, 1765 by Benjamin Donn

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Published by Printed for the Society and the University by P. Lund, Humphries in London .

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  • Devon (England) -- Maps

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Statementreprinted in facsimile with an introduction by W.L.D. Ravenhill.
Series[Publications] - Devon and Cornwall Record Society and University of Exeter. New series -- v. 9
ContributionsRavenhill, W. L. D., University of Exeter.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsG1818 D4 D65 1765A, DA670.D49 D6 new ser., v.9
The Physical Object
Pagination20 p., [30] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19665993M

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DONN, BENJAMIN A MAP OF THE COUNTY OF DEVON, WITH THE CITY AND COUNTY OF EXETER, DELINEATED FROM AN ACTUAL SURVEY, ON TWELVE SHEETS OF IMPERIAL PAPER, THE SCALE OF AN INCH TO A MILE. 1765 book PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR, Folio ( x mm.), double-page general map, 12 double-page mapsheets, all engraved and coloured by hand, /donn-a-map-of-the-county-of-devon A Map of the County of Devon, [Donn, Benjamin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

A Map of the County of Devon, About this Item: London Printed for the Author, Folio. Engraved title, engraved pronouncement 'To the Public' by Donn and a 9pp. index of Towns, Parishes and Chapels and the subscribers, double-page map of the County of Devon map of the county engraved by Thomas Jefferys, hand-coloured in outline (Dimensions: by mm ( by :// A map of the County of Devon, MLA Citation.

Donne, Benjamin. and Ravenhill, W. and University of Exeter. A map of the County of Devon, / Benjamin Donn London, Printed for the Society and the University by Percy Lund, Humphries, & Co Australian/Harvard Citation.

Donne, Benjamin. & Ravenhill, W. & University of :// Devon. Donn (Benjamin), A Map of the County of Devon, with the City and County of Exeter, 1st. edition,printed title, key plate, twelve engraved double page maps engraved by Thomas Jefferys, all with contemporary outline colouring, ornate cartouche and uncoloured plans of Exeter and Plymouth, some off setting, slight dust soiling and a little creasing, all plates re-guarded, later This is a very rare and highly important wall map of Devonshire by Benjamin Donn.

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In the Royal Society of Arts, then known as the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, offered an annual award of £ for the best original 1 inch to 1 mile county survey.

Donn and Isaac Taylors (Dorset) submitted entries   A map of the County of Devon with the City & County of Exeter: [southwest sheet] Creator Subject Description Printed map. "Delineated from an actual survey, by Benjamin Donn. Engraved by Thos. Jefferys, geographer to His Majesty." Two visual scales [ mm = 7 Map of the County of Devon Miles, approximately].

Insets: "The Island of Devon. Donn (Benjamin), A Map of the County of Devon, with the City and County of Exeter, 1st. edition,printed title, key plate, twelve engraved double page maps engraved by Thomas Jefferys, al   Title A Map of the County of Devon, with the City & County of Exeter.

Delineated from an actual Survey by Benjamin Donn. To John Baring of Mount-Radford, & to Matthew Lee, of Ebford near Exeter Esq[ui]rs. This Map, as a grateful acknowledgement of the great and generous Assistance which they have given hereto, Is humbly Inscribed, By their most obedient Serv[an]t Benjamin ://   The first county to be mapped on a scale of one inch to the mile.

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21in x 27in (53cm x 68cm), both with Certificates of Authenticity and framed (2) Map of the County of Devon, London: Printed for the Society and the University by P. Lund, Humphries, (OCoLC) Material Type: Atlas: Document Type: Map, Book: All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Donne; W L D Ravenhill; University of :// Gover, A.

Mawer, and F. Stenton, The Place-Names of Devon Part One and Part Two, English Place Name Society Volume 8 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ), ; the following are the supporting evidence cited by Gover- Benjamin Donne Map of the County of Devonno 44 in The Printed Maps of Devon (Kit Batten and Francis Bennett Benjamin Donn, a surveyor from Bideford in north Devon, drew a one-inch map of Devon in which sought to survey the county as accurately as possible.

This attractive facsimile comes with an introduction which discusses Donn, his surveying techniques, and the features he noted on the :// Greenwood, Christopher and James.

Map of the county of Devon from an actual survey made in the years & Sheringham, W.L. Exmouth harbour, surveyed by Captain gham, R.N. - Hydrographic Department, Ordnance Survey. [One inch map of England and Wales.

2nd series. Ordnance Survey. One inch map of England and ~genmaps/genealogy/genfiles/COU_Pages/ENG_pages/   A MAP of the COUNTY of DEVON abridged from the Sheet SURVEY By Benjamin Donn. Engraved by Thos Jefferys Geographer to His MAJESTY. Imprint: Entered in the Hall Book of the Company of Stationers and Published according to Act of Parliament February 1st.

In he produced a remarkably accurate map of Devonshire, from a survey he took himself. This map gives an interesting insight into the county more than years ago. Jointly organised with the Arts Society and the Devon Rural Archive (DRA), the event will be Map of the County of Devon, London: Printed for the Society and the University by P.

Lund, Humphries, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Atlas, Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Map, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: A Map of the County of Devon, with the City & County of Exeter.

English: This is a very rare and highly important wall map of Devonshire by Benjamin Donn. Drawn in twelve panels, this map covers the entirety of Devonshire or Devon from the English Channel to Barnstaple (Bideford) Bay and from Cornwall to Somerset at a scale of 1 inch to 1   The map was produced by the mathematician and cartographer Benjamin Donn in (Benjamin Donn, A Map of the County of Devoned.

by W. Ravenhill – London: Percy Lund, Humphries & Co. Ltd., ) and is said to be of a quality and accuracy far exceeding other examples of county surveys for this time period (Elizabeth Baigent   The History of Torquay, a town in Torbay, on the south coast of the county of Devon, England, starts someyears ago with early human artefacts found in Kents is little evidence of any permanent occupation at Torquay until the eleventh century records in the Domesday Book, though it is known that visits were made by Roman soldiers and there was a small Saxon settlement CORNWOOD CENSUS HO / Transcribed by Wayne Shepheard Cornwood b foliop.

9, no. North Hele Name and Surname Relation Condition Age Rank, Profession, or Where Born of each Person to Head Occupation who abode in the of Family house on the Night of the 30th March, Detail from Donn's map of Devon in 22 Hartland, Devon A dashed red line marks the county boundary between Cornwall and Devon at the bottom left of the manuscript.

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According to Gibson and Rogers: Poll Books (FFHS, ), voting registers for the county of Devon are held by the Devon Record Office for the years (also published in Trans.

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