|Checklist of Hampshire Maps|
|Map, Hampshire, scale about 6 miles to 1 inch, lithographic reproduction of the map by John Cary, 1787, amended and published by George Frederick Cruchley, 81 Fleet Street, London, 1863; published 1863-75.|
Published in 'Cruchley's County Atlas of England & Wales shewing all the Railways & Stations with their names, also the Turnpike Roads and principal Cross roads to all the Cities, Market and Borough Towns with the distance from town to town. Delineated on a series of 46 county maps. Published by G. F. Cruchley, Map Seller & Globe Maker, 81, Fleet Street, London, 1863.'
|The atlas has title page, list of maps, and the maps from Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1787, with new titles, railways, and substitute imprint, the sheet number is printed top right; the atlas size is 5 1/2 x 9 ins.|
Published in another edition 1868.
|On the 1868 map the imprint is deleted, and the sheet numbering has changed?|
Published in another edition 'Cruchley's New Pocket Companion, or, Handbook to Bradshaw and all other Railway time-tables for England & Wales, in four divisions (North West, North East, South West, South East). Twelve county maps each ... Cruchley ... London, E.C.' 1872.
|The map in the 1872 edition is the same as 1868.|
Published in another edition 1875.
|The map has an imprint, as the 1863 edition.|
|inscription:-||-on- [London. Published by G. F. Cruchley, Map-Seller & Globe Maker, 81, Fleet Street] -- 1863 and 1875 editions|
|scale line:-||10 miles = 41 mm (1 5/8 ins)|
|dimension:-||scale = 1 to 390000 ? (1 to 389908 from scale line assuming a statute mile)|
|map type tabulation|
|reference:-||Cruchley, George F: 1863: Cruchley's County Atlas of England and Wales: (London)|
|Cruchley, George F: 1872: Cruchley's New Pocket Companion & Handbook to Bradshaw: (London)|
|related map type -- Cary 1787|
|map type Cruchley 1863 -- menu of resources|