|Checklist of Hampshire Maps|
|Map, Hampshire, scale about 19 miles to 1 inch, by George Alexander Cooke, London, 1802-10; published 1802-24.|
Published in one of a series of volumes 'The Modern British Traveller: or, Tourist's Pocket Directory. Being an accurate and comprehensive History and Description of all the Counties in England, Scotland, and Wales; as also the adjacent Islands ... By G. A. Cooke ... illustrated with maps of the Counties, forming a complete British Atlas. London: Printed for C. Cooke, No.17 Paternoster Row, by Brimmer and Co., Upper Mary-le-bone Street, and sold by all the Booksellers in the United Kingdom.' issued volume at a time 1802-10.
|Each volume has a heading 'A Copious Travelling Guide; Exhibiting The Direct & principal Cross Roads Inns & Distance of Stages, Noblemen's & Gentlemen's Seats. Forming a Complete County Itinerary'.|
Published in an edition about 1822.
Published, perhaps, in an edition about 1830.
|The map would have been in '[Topographical and Statistical Description of the County of Hants, containing an account of its Situation, Extent ... Civil and Ecclesiastical Jurisdictions, &c. To which is prefixed a copious Travelling Guide ... forming a Complete County Itinerary. As also a list of the Markets and Fairs ...]' the pattern of the subtitle varied from county to county.|
Published again in 'GRAY'S NEW BOOK OF ROADS. THE TRAVELLER'S GUIDE TO THE ROADS OF ENGLAND AND WALES, AND PART OF SCOTLAND, ON AN ENTIRELY NEW PLAN, WHEREBY THE DIFFERENT LINES OF ROUTE LEADING TO ANY REQUIRED POINT OF DISTANCE ARE BROUGHT UNDER NOTICE AT ONE REFERENCE, AND THE VARIATION SHOWN IN THE MARGIN: THE GREAT ROADS, EACH DISTINCTLY GIVEN, IN A CONTINUOUS LINE, FROM ONE EXTREME POINT TO ANOTHER, AND THE CROSS ROADS SO ARRANGED THAT THE ROUTE FROM ANY ONE PART OF THE KINGDOM TO ANOTHER MAY BE TRACED WITH THE GREATEST FACILITY: WITH A VERY COPIOUS GENERAL INDEX, AND SEPARATE LOCAL INDICES TO THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS AND WATERING PLACES: FORMING, ALTOGETHER, A COMPREHENSIVE, USEFUL, AND PERSPICUOUS ITINERARY. BY GEORGE CARRINGTON GRAY. / LONDON: PRINTED FOR SHERWOOD, JONES, AND CO. PATERNOSTER ROW. 1824.'
|The 1824 atlas has title page, frontispiece of horsemen paying at a toll gate, adverts, lists of routes etc; its size is 4 1/2 x 5 3/4 ins; the map is now numbered top right.|
|example:-||map -- HMCMS:B1990.1796.2|
|map feature:-||not coloured & folded & compass rose & scale line & lat and long scales & coast form lines & county & hundreds & table of hundreds & rivers & parks & settlements & roads|
|inscription:-||printed -- title cartouche (in border) HAMPSHIRE|
|scale line:-||10 miles = 13.4 mm|
|map type:-||HantsMap -- Cooke 1802|
|dimension:-||scale = 1 to 1200000 ? (1 to 1201002 from scale line assuming modern mile)|
|longitude, Winchester = 1d 17.0m W (roughly)|
|map type tabulation|
|reference:-||Cooke, George Alexander: 1802 (?): Modern British Traveller & Tourist's Pocket Directory: Cooke, C (London)|
|Gray, George Carrington: 1824: Gray's New Book of Roads & Tourists and Traveller's Guide to the Roads of England and Wales: Sherwood, Jones and Co (London)|
|map type Cooke 1802 -- menu of resources|
|maps:-||HMCMS Map Collection (scanned item in bold)|
|HMCMS:B1990.1796 -- book|
|HMCMS:B1990.1796.2 -- map|
|HMCMS:B1999.117.1 -- map|
|HMCMS:FA2000.62 -- road book|
|HMCMS:FA2000.62.0 -- map|
|HMCMS:FA2000.62.41 -- map|