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Kitchin 1750
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Map, Hampshire, hand coloured copper plate engraving, Hampshire and Isle of Wight, scale about 9 miles to 1 inch, drawn by Thomas Kitchin, 1750, published by John Hinton, at the Kings Arms, St Paul's Churchyard, London, about 1754.
map feature:-  hand coloured & title cartouche & coat of arms (municipal) & scale line & compass rose & lat and long scales (rectangular) & table of symbols & coast form lines & rivers & trees & relief & hillocks & county & settlements & roads
inscription:-  printed -on- cartouche HAMPSHIRE / Drawn from the / best Authorities
inscription:-  printed -on- top edge Engrav'd for the Universal Magazine.
inscription:-  printed -on- bottom edge Printed for John Hinton at the Kings Arms St. Pauls Church Yard
scale line:-  10 miles = 29.7 mm
map type:-  HantsMap -- Kitchin 1750
dimension:-  wxh, sheet = 25x20.5cm
wxh, plate = 214x193mm
wxh, map = 208x184mm
scale = 1 to 540000 ? (1 to 541867 from scale line assuming modern mile)
scale = 1 to 560000 ? (from town positions using DISTAB.exe)
longitude, Winchester = 1d 14.4m W (approx)

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town names:- 
Hamp Shire Hampshire
map name modern name
Alton Alton
Andover Andover
Basingstoke Basingstoke
Waltham Bishops Waltham
ChristChurch Christchurch
Farnham Fareham
Fordingbridge Fordingbridge
Gosport Gosport
Havant Havant
Kingsclear Kingsclere
Lymington Lymington
Alresford Alresford
Odiam Odiham
Petersfield Petersfield
Portsmouth Portsmouth
Ringwood Ringwood
Rumsey Romsey
Southampton Southampton
Stockbridge Stockbridge
Whitchurch Whitchurch
Winchester Winchester

MN: 4.10.2001
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