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Smith 1804
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Map, New Map of Hampshire, and the Isle of Wight, scale about 3 miles to 1 inch, published by Charles Smith, 172 Strand, London, 1804.
map feature:-  hand coloured & compass rose (fleur de lys marks north) & scale line & lat and long scales & coast form lines & rivers & relief & hill hachuring & beacons (near Pitt) & woods & forests & trees & parks & county & hundreds & settlements & roads & turnpike roads & distances from London & canals & table of symbols & table of hundreds
inscription:-  printed -on- A / NEW MAP / of / HAMPSHIRE / Divided into Hundreds. / LONDON / Printed for C. SMITH No.172 Strand. / January 6th. 1804.
scale line:-  6 miles = 49.9 mm
map type:-  HantsMap -- Smith 1804
dimension:-  wxh, plate = 488x545mm
wxh, map = 447x496mm
scale = 1 to 190000 ? (1 to 193508 from scale line assuming modern mile)

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town names:- 
Hampshire Hampshire
map name modern name
Alton Alton
Andover Andover
Basingstoke Basingstoke
Bishops Waltham Bishops Waltham
Christ Church Christchurch
Fareham Fareham
Fordingbridge Fordingbridge
Gosport Gosport
Havant Havant
Kingsclere Kingsclere
Lymington Lymington
New Alresford Alresford
Odiham Odiham
Petersfield Petersfield
Portsmouth Portsmouth
Ringwood Ringwood
Romsey Romsey
Southampton Southampton
Stockbridge Stockbridge
Whitchurch Whitchurch
Winchester Winchester

MN: 4.10.2001
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