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Mogg 1814
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FA1999.119.10:- 

Strip map, road map, part of a route Bath to Brighton, across Hampshire, scale about 1 inch to 1 mile, probably published by E Mogg, London, 1814.
P.214 mile 75 to 83 from Bath; from Southwick, Southwick and Widley, via Havant, Hampshire; crossed by London to Portsmouth road p.32.
P.215 mile 83 to 90 from Bath; Emsworth, Havant, Hampshire into West Sussex.
Inns, milestones, toll gates etc are mentioned along the route.
map feature:-  title cartouche & north point & up is destination & coast form lines & rivers & woods & forests & parks & county & settlements & inns & milestones & roads & turnpike roads & turnpike gates & distances from start & streets
inscription:-  printed -on- title cartouche at top BATH TO BRIGHTON
inscription:-  printed -on- bottom measured from the Market House, Bath
map type:-  HantsMap -- Mogg 1814
dimension:-  scale = 1 to 65000 ? (estimate)

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town names:- 
Havant Hampshire
map name modern name
Havant Havant

MN: 4.10.2001
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