|Checklist of Hampshire Maps|
|Mapp of Hantshire, ie Hampshire, scale about 7.5 miles to 1 inch, derived from Speed 1611, by Richard Blome, engraved by Richard Palmer, ?1673, published 1681; published 1681-1731.|
Published in 'Speed's Maps Epitomiz'd or the Maps of the Counties of England, Alphabetically placed. London, Printed Ann. Dom, 1681.'
|The atlas has a general map of England; the atlas size is 5 1/2 x 7 1/2 ins.|
|The map of Hampshire carries the coat of arms of Charles Earle of Wiltshire; Blome's name appears under a dedication; it is said to be a crude reduction of Speed's map, it is believed to have been engraved at the same time as the 1673 map; the reverse is plain.|
|The is one of the earliest maps of Hampshire to show roads.|
Published in a second edition 'Speed's Maps Epitomiz'd ... London, Printed and Sold by Sam Lownes over against Exeter Exchange in the Strand. 1685.'
|The dedication of the Hampshire map is now to William Lord Russell, son and heir to William Earl of Bedford.|
Published in 'Cosmography and Geography, in Two Parts: the First, ... Being a Translation from ... Varenius. ... The Second Part, being a Geographical Description of all the World, ... The Third Impression, Illustrated with Maps. To which is added the County-Maps of England, drawn from those of Speed. London, Printed by Samuel Roycroft, for Richard Blome, dwelling near Clare' 1693.
|The Hampshire map now has no dedication or coat of arms.|
|After Blome's death, 1705, the plates were owned by bookseller Thomas Taylor who used them 1715-18; and they were used again by Thomas Bakewell, 1750 (Skelton, but this disagrees with Chubb).|
Published in 'England Exactly Described Or a Guide to Travellers In a Compleat Sett of Mapps of all the County's of England being a map; for each County where every Town & Village in each County is Perticulerly Expressed with the Names and Limits of every Hundred &c. Very Usefull for all Gentlemen and Travellers being made fitt for the Pockett; Printed Coloured and Sold by Tho: Taylor at ye Golden Lyon in Fleetstreet where are Sold all Sorts of Mapps and fine French Dutch and Italian Prints.' 1715.
|The Hampshire map still has no dedication or coat of arms; the map is numbered '16'; maps from the 1715 atlas were advertised singly at 2d each; the atlas size is 10 x 7 1/2 ins.|
Published in 'England Exactly Described Or a Guide to Travellers In a Compleat Sett of Mapps of All the Counties of England; being a Map for each County, Wherein every Towne and Village is Particularly Express'd with the Names and Limits of every Hundred, and the Roads and Distances in Measured Miles according to Mr. Ogilby's Survey. Very Usefull for Gentlemen and Travellers being made fit for the Pockett. Printed Coloured and Sold by Tho: Taylor ...' 1717.
|The map is unchanged from the 1715 edition; the atlas has a table of distances for the whole country.|
Published in 'England Exactly Described ... Sold by Tho: Bakewell, next ye Horn Tavern in Fleet Street.' about 1731.
|the map is unchanged from the 1715 edition; the map or atlas probably remained in print up to about 1750.|
|example:-||map -- HMCMS:FA1999.90|
|map feature:-||title cartouche & scroll cartouche & table of hundreds & coast shaded & compass rose & scale line & rivers & relief & hillocks & forests & trees & parks & county & hundreds & settlements & roads & fortifications|
|inscription:-||printed -- title cartouche, upper left A MAPP of / HANTSHIRE / With its Hundreds|
|inscription:-||printed -- lower right R P. Sculp|
|map type:-||HantsMap -- Blome 1681|
|dimension:-||scale = 1 to 490000 ? (1 to 489761 from town positions usung DISTTAB.exe)|
|map type tabulation|
|reference:-||Blome, Richard: 1681: Speed's Maps Epitomiz'd: (London)|
|Blome, Richard: 1685: Speed's Maps Epitomiz'd: Lownes, Sam (London)|
|Blome, Richard: 1693: Cosmography and Geography: (London): part 3|
|: 1715 & 1716: England Exactly Described: Taylor, Thomas (London)|
|: 1716 & 1735: England Exactly Described: Bakewell, Thomas (London)|
|related map type -- Speed 1611|
|map type Blome 1681 -- menu of resources|
|maps:-||HMCMS Map Collection (scanned item in bold)|
|HMCMS:FA1999.90 -- map|