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AA 1950  
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Notes for Hampshire from the member's handbook, road book with itineraries, maps, gazetteer, etc, published by the Automobile Association, 1950.

AA 1997  
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Set of itineraries for 'Ogilby' routes in Hampshire, prepared by Route Services, Automobile Association, 1997.

Adams 1590  
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Map of the British Isles with the track of the Armada, by Robert Adams, engraved by Augustine Ryther, 1590.

Adams 1677  
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Map, England with Reputed Distances, Angliae Totius Tabula cum Distantiis Notioribus ..., by John Adams, London, 1677.

Agricultural Society 1861  
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Geological Map of Hampshire, published for the Royal Agricultural Society by J Murray, London, 1861.

Aikin 1790  
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Map, Hampshire? by John Aikin, London, 1790; published 1790 to 1803.

Allen 1811  
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Map, Hampshire? one of a set of playing cards by John Allen, 3 Hampden Street, Sommers Town, London, 1811; published 1811-27.

Allied 1920s  
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Notes for Hampshire from The Open Road, road book, published by Allied Newspapers, Withy Grove, Manchester, Lancashire, 1920s.

Amalgamated Press 1930s  
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Road maps published with the New Motoring Encyclopedia, by the Amalgamated Press, Fleetway House, London, ?1930s.

Andrews and Dury 1777  
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Map, surrey, by Andrews and Dury, London, 1777; shows prime meridian thro' St Paul's.

Anon 1745  
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Map, Hampshire? London, 1745.

Archer 1835  
Dugdale 1835

Archer 1841  
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Map, Winchester Diocese, Hampshire and Surrey area, by John Archer, Pentonville, London, published by T Clerc Smith, 13 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London, 1841.

Arrowsmith 1814  
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Map, Diocese of Winchester and Diocese of Salisbury, as in 1535, by Aaron Arrowsmith, London, 1814.

AutoMapic 1954  
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Road maps, plastic and paper Auto-Mapic gadget, Road Map of Great Britain, made in Austria, about 1954.

Autoroute 1996  
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Set of route maps generated for 'Ogilby' routes in Hampshire, by Autotoute software, 1996.

Avery 1721  
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Chart, the Sea Coasts from Arundel to St Albans, including The Solent and coast of Hampshire, surveyed by government order for the Admiralty, by Joseph Avery, London, 1721.

Bacon 1896  
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Map, Hampshire from the Commercial and Library Atlas of the British Isles, published by G W Bacon and Co, 127 Strand, London, 1896.

Bacon 1900s  
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Bacon's Up-to-date Cycling Pocket Road Book of England and Wales, and the inserted Cycling Road Map of England and Wales, published by G W Bacon and Co, 127 Strand, London, 1900s.

Bacon 1906  
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Strip map, The Portsmouth Road, by G W Bacon and Co, 127 Strand London, 1906

Bacon 1907  
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Maps, Hampshire North Sheet and Hampshire South Sheet, from Bacon's Library Atlas, published by G W Bacon and Co, Bacon's Geographical Establishment, London, 1907

Badeslade 1742  
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Map of Hampshire, by Thomas Badeslade, London, engraved and published by William Henry Toms, London, 1742; published 1742-49.

Baker 1792  
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Map, Hampshire, by Benjamin Baker, Islington, London, 1791-97.

Baker 1801  
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Road map, Plan of the Roads ... Twelve Miles round Southampton, engraved by S J Neele, 352 Strand, London, published by T Baker, Southampton, Hampshire, 1801.

Baker 1802  
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Map, 2 perspective road maps with sections in Hampshire, by J Baker, London 1802.

Bartholomew 1880s  
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Map, coloured engraving, Hampshire, by John Bartholomew, Edinburgh, Lothian, published in Encyclopaedia Britannica, about 1880.

Bartholomew 1892  
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Map, Hampshire, plate 23 from an atlas, by John Bartholomew and Co, Edinburgh Geographical Institute, published by A and C Black, London, 1892.

Bartholomew 1903  
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Hampshire parts of an Atlas of the British Isles by John Bartholomew and Sons, about 1903.

Bartholomew 1979  
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Road atlas, Motorway Atlas of England and Wales, by John Bartholomew and Son, Duncan Street, Edinburgh, Lothian, 1979.

Bazaar 1890  
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Road map, The Tourist Route Map of England and Wales, published by the Bazaar Exchange and Mart, 170 Strand, London, about 1890.

Beaulieu 1800  
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Map, Manor and Haven of Beaulieu, Hampshire, anonymous, about 1800.

Bell 1834  
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Map, Hampshire or Southampton, by James Bell? engraved by Gray and Son, published by Archibald Fullarton and Co, Glasgow, Strathclyde, 1833-34; published 1833-46.

Bellin 1762  
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Chart, Carte Reduite de l'Isle de Wight et Costes Voisines, Isle of Wight and adjacent coasts, including Hampshire's, by Jacques Bellin, Depot de la Marine, the french hydrographic office, Paris, France, 1762.

Bellin 1764  
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Chart, Portsea Island etc, by Jacques Nicolas Bellin, published in le Petit Atlas Maritime, Paris, France, 1764 onwards.

Berry 1679  
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Map, Grand Roads of England, by William Berry, London, 1679

Bertius 1616  
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Map, Warwicum Northa~pton Hunting etc, including Hampshire, also map, Cornub. Devonia Somerset ..., including a corner of Hampshire, engraved by Jodocus Hondius the younger, 1616, reduced from a Mercator-Hondius atlas of 1595; published by Pieter Bert or Petrus Bertius, 1616.

Bew 1780  
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Map, Chart of the English Channel, by J Bew, engraved by John Lodge, published in the Political Magazine, London, 1780.

Bew 1782  
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Accurate Chart of the harbour of Portsmouth, by J Bew, engraved by John Lodge, published in the Political Magazine, London, 1782.

Bickham 1750  
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Map of Hampshire, by George Bickham, 1750; published 1740s-96.

Bill 1626  
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Map, Hant Shire ie Hampshire, ?derived from the map by Peter Keer, 1599, by John Bill, London, 1626

Bispham 1658  
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Poem, Iter Australe a Reginensibus Oxon Anno 1658, by Thomas Bispham; the journey crosses some parts of Hampshire.

Black 1870s  
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Map, Black's Road and Railway Travelling Map of England and Wales, published by A and C Black, Edinburgh, about 1870-75.

Blaeu 1639  
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Map, Hantonia? ie Hampshire, by John Blaeu? published in Camden's Britannia, by William Blaeu, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1639.

Blaeu 1645  
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Map, Hantonia sive Southantonensis Comitatus, or Hantshire, ie Hampshire, by John Blaeu, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1645, published 1645-72.

Blome 1673  
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Mapp of Hantshire, ie Hampshire, by Richard Blome, probably engraved by Richard Palmer, published, London, 1673; published 1673-77.

Blome 1681  
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Mapp of Hantshire, ie Hampshire, derived from Speed 1611, by Richard Blome, engraved by Richard Palmer, ?1673, published 1681; published 1681-1731.

Bodleian Map  
Gough 1350s-60s

Bowen 1720  
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Road map, Britannia Depicta Or Ogilby Improv'd, road strip maps with sections in Hampshire, derived from maps by Ogilby, 1675, and a county map of Hampshire, with text by John Owen, by Emanuel Bowen, London, 1720; published 1720-64.

Bowen 1751 large  
Kitchin 1751 large

Bowen 1755  
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Map, Hampshire, by Emanuel Bowen, 1755, published by W Owen, Homer's Head, Fleet Street, London, 1756; as one of a monthly series of county maps; published 1756-63.

Bowen 1763  
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Map, Hamp Shire ie Hampshire, derived from a map by Thomas Kitchin, by Emanuel Bowen, London, about 1763; published 1763-1828.

Bowen 1767  
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Map, Hamp Shire ie Hampshire, by Emanuel Bowen, London, about 1767; published 1767 to 1793.

Bowen 1772  
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New and Accurate Map of England, with Wales, by Thomas Bowen, for the Complete English Traveller, published by John Cooke, London, 1772.

Bowes 1590  
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Map, on a playing card, ?Hampshire, by William Bowes, probably engraved by Augustine Ryther, issued 1590.

Bowles 1763  
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Modern Map of Hamp Shire ie Hampshire, published by Carington Bowles, St Paul's Churchyard, and Robert Sayer, Fleet Street, London, after 1763.

Bowles 1773  
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Road map, Bowles's New Travelling Map of England and Wales, published by Carrington Bowles, London, 1773.

Bowles 1780  
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Chart, New Topographical Chart of the English Channel, by Carrington Bowles, 69 St Pauls Churchyard, London, 1780.

Bowles 1782  
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Road book, Bowles's Post Chaise Companion, road strip maps with sections in Hampshire, derived from maps by Ogilby, 1675, Carington Bowles, London, 1781-1782.

Bowles 1785  
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Map, Hampshire, by Carington Bowles, St Paul's churchyard, London, 1785.

Bowles c1732  
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Notes for Hampshire from Bowles's map for Ogilby's Traveller's Guide or Gentlemans Pocket Companion, roads of England and Wales, by Thomas Bowles, near the Chapterhouse, St Paul's, London, about 1732.

Bradshaw 1841  
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Railway map, hand coloured engraving, railways in Surrey, West and East Sussex, and Hampshire, published in Bradshaw's Railway Companion, by Bradshaw and Blacklock, 27 Brown Street, Manchester, 1841.

Brannon 1859  
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Map, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, drawn by P Brannon, engraved by Brannon and Co, published by William White, Collegiate Street, Sheffield, West Yorkshire, 1859

Bray 1712  
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Road book, The Traveller's Guide, with a New Map of the Roads of England, published by William Bray, London, 2nd edn 1712.

Brookes 1773  
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General Gazetteer or Compendious Geographical Dictionary, by R Brookes, published London, 3rd edition, 1773.

Brookes 1815  
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Notes for Hampshire from the General Gazetteer, by R Brookes, 16th edition published London, 1815.

Brouscon c1545  
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The small chart of the British Isles, including the Hampshire coast, in a tidal almanac by Guillaume Brouscon, France, about 1545.

Burrow 1920s  
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Road strip maps with parts in Hampshire published in a road book, On the Road, vol.2, in the Dunlop Pictorial Road Plans series, by E J Burrow and Co, 1920s.

Burrow 1930s  
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Guide book, itinerary, RAC Circular Tour in the South of England, published for the Royal Automobile Club, RAC, by E J Burrow and Co, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, 1930s?

Burrow 1936  
Lang 1936

Burt 1887  
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Notes for Hampshire from the Great Globe and wall map, carved in limestone, at Durslton Head, Dorset, given to Swanage, Dorset, by Beorge Burt, 1887.

Butters 1803  
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Map, Hampshire, by R Butters, 22 Fetter Lane, Fleet Street, London, 1803.

Byng 1782  
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Notes for Hampshire from the Ride into the West, by John Byng, 1782.

Camden 1586  
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Descriptive text, Hantscire ie Hampshire, and general text, in Latin, from Britannia by William Camden, 1586.

Camden 1610  
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Descriptive text, Hantscire ie Hampshire, from Britannia by William Camden, translated from Latin by Philemon Holland, published 1610.

Camden 1695  
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Descriptive text for Hamshire ie Hampshire, from Britannia, by William Camden, translated and corrected by Edmund Gibson, Queens College, Oxford, Oxfordshire, published 1695.

Camden 1789  
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Book, Britannia or A Chorographical Description of the Flourishing Kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland, by William Camden, translated from Latin by Richard Gough, published London, 1789.

Capper 1808  
Cooper 1808

Carli 1790  
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Map, SE England, Le Provincie che sono al Sud Est dell' Inghilterra, by Pazzini Carli, Sienna, Italy, 1790.

Carli 1796  
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Map, SE England, Le Provincie che sono al Sud Est dell' Inghilterra, by Pazzini Carli, Sienna, Italy, 1796.

Carr 1668  
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Map, Description of all the Post Roads in England, compiled by R Carr from a draft by James Hicks, London, 1668.

Carter Parrat 1980s  
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Map of Hampshire on an aperture card, for a data retrieval system, printed by Carter Parrat, 1980s.

Cary 1784  
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Road strip maps with sections in Hampshire, by John Cary, London, 1784.

Cary 1787  
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Map, Hampshire, by John Cary, 188 Strand, London, 1787, published as one part of a monthly series, 1787-89; published 1787-93; and re-engraved from 1809.

Cary 1789  
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Map, Hampshire, by John Cary, London, 1789; published 1789-1806.

Cary 1790  
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Map, Hampshire, by John Cary, 188 Strand, London, 1789; published 1791-1828.

Cary 1793  
Cary 1789

Cary 1801  
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Map, A New Map of Hampshire, divided into hundreds, by John Cary, 1801.

Cary 1802  
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Road map, Map of England and Wales, with a separate New Map of the Cross Roads, by John Cary, 181 Strand, London, 1802; published 1802-.

Cary 1809a  
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Map, Hampshire, by John Cary, 188 Strand, London, 1809; re-engraved from the 1787 map; published 1809-1831.

Cary 1809b  
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Map, Hampshire, by John Cary, 181 Strand, London, 1801, published 1809-34.

Cary 1815  
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Book, Cary's New Itinerary, with general road map of England and Wales, by John Cary, 181 Strand, London, 6th edn, 1815.

Cassell, Petter and Galpin 1860s  
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Map of Great Britain showing all the Railways, ... 3 of 4 sheets, scale about 9 miles to 1 inch, published by Cassell, Petter and Galpin, La Belle Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill, London, 1860s?

Caxton 1480  
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Notes for Hampshire from The Brief Description of Britain, published by William Caxton, London, 1480.

Chambers 1890s  
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Map, England and Wales, from an atlas, by W and R Chambers, Edinburgh, Scotland, probably 1890s?

Church Commission 1836  
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Map, Winchester Diocese, Hampshire and Surrey area, by the Church Commissioners, lithographed by Samuel Arrowsmith, London, 1836.

Clarke 1852  
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Map, Hampshire, by? Benjamin Clarke, published by Henry George Collins, Paternoster Row, London, 1852.

Clegg 1947  
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Illustrated map, Hampshire, designed by Ernest Clegg, published by John Waddington and Co, Leeds, West Yorkshire, 1947.

Cobbett 1830  
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Notes for Hampshire from the Rural Rides, by William Cobbett, published London, 1830.

Cobbett 1832  
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Map, Hampshire, by William Cobbett, 11 Bolt Court, Fleet street, London, 1832.

Cockeran 1949  
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Road book, This is Britain by Road, guide book with strip maps, and road maps by George Philip and Son, by A E Cockeran, published by Clerke and Cockeran, 72-78 Fleet Street, London, about 1949?

Cole and Roper 1810  
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Map, Hampshire, drawn by J Roper, engraved by G Cole, London, 1805; published 1805-58.

Collins 1693  
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Chart, The Solent, including the coast of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, by Captain Greenvile Collins, engraved by Harris, published 1693; published up to 1753 at least.

Collins 1850  
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Map, Hampshire, published by Henry G Collins, 22 Paternoster Row, London, 1850; published 1850-68.

Collins 1852  
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Map, section(s) including Hampshire, published in Collins' Pocket Ordnance Railway Atlas of Great Britain. H. G. Collins, 22, Paternoster Row, London, 1852.

Coltman 1809  
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Map, Hampshire, with the Isle of Wight, by Nathaniel Coltman, published by Laurie and Whittle, 53 Fleet Street, London, 21 June 1809

Cooke 1802  
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Map, Hampshire, by George Alexander Cooke, London, 1802-10; published 1802-24.

Cooper 1808  
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Map, Hampshire, by H Cooper, for Benjamin Pitts Capper, London, 1808; published 1808-1829.

Coppo 1520s  
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Notes for Hampshire from the woodcut map of the British Isles by Pietro Coppo, Pirano or Venice, Italy, 1524-26.

Cowley 1743  
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Map, Hamp-Shire ie Hampshire, by J Cowley, London, 1743; published 1743-45.

Cox 1738  
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Descriptive text, Magna Britannia et Hibernia, Antiqua et Nova, published by Thomas Cox, in parts - Hampshire 1718, completed, 1738

Cox and Sharland 1870  
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Map of the New Forest, Hampshire etc, lithographed and published by Cox and Sharland, 150 High Street, Southampton, Hampshire, about 1870.

Crabb 1819  
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Map, Hampshire? one of a set of playing cards published by T Crabb, London, 1819.

Creighton 1830s  
Lewis 1835

Crosby 1822  
Walker 1822

Cruchley 1856  
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Railway map, Cruchley's Railway and Telegraph Map of Hampshire, by G F Cruchley, 81 Fleet Street, London, 1 January 1856; published 1856 to about 1882.

Cruchley 1860s  
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Map, Hampshire and surrounding counties, scale about 2 miles to 1 inch, derived from the Ordnance Survey, by G F Cruchley, 81 Fleet Street, London, 1860s?

Cruchley 1862  
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Railway map, Hampshire, lithographic reproduction of the map by John Cary, 1790, amended by George Frederick Cruchley, 81 Fleet Street, London, published 1862.

Cruchley 1863  
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Map, Hampshire, lithographic reproduction of the map by John Cary, 1787, amended and published by George Frederick Cruchley, 81 Fleet Street, London, 1863; published 1863-75.

CTC 1930s  
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CTC Roadbook no.3, Hampshire etc, published for the Cyclists' Touring Club by E J Burrow, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, 1930s.

Cundee 1815  
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Map, Hampshire, engraved by Neele, Strand, published by J and J Cundee, Albion Press, London, 1815; published 1815-19.

Daborn 1959  
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Map of Hampshire in enamelled bronze, given to HMS Hampshire, designed by C S Daborn, 1959.

Dankerts 1640s-50s  
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Chart, Novissima et Accuratissima Canalis inter Angliae et Galliae Tabula, a New and Accurate Map of the Channel between England and France, by Cornelis Dankerts the elder, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1640s-50s.

Darton 1822  
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Map, Hampshire, by William Darton, 58 Holborn Hill, London, 1822.

Darton 1830s  
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Map, Hampshire, by William Darton and Son, Holborn Hill, London, 1830s.

Darton and Clark 1842  
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Road book of Hampshire, published by Darton and Clark? London, 1842.

Dawson 1832  
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Map, Hampshire, and boroughs in the county, by Robert Kearsley Dawson, Lt RE, printed by Hansard, London, 1832.

Day 1852  
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Road map, Hampshire, turnpike trust roads, by Day and Son, lithographers, published by HMSO, London, 1852.

de Bry 1588  
Waghenaer 1583

Defoe 1724  
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Notes for Hampshire from the Tour through the Whole Island of Great Britain, by Daniel Defoe, published in parts 1724-26.

Dispatch 1863  
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Map, Hampshire Northern Division and Southern Division, 2 sheets, by Edward Weller, 1858, published by The Weekly Dispatch, newspaper, 139 Fleet Street, London, 1858 and 1863.

Ditchley 1592  
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Map, Hampshire part of southern England from the 'Ditchley' portrait of Elizabeth I, painted by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger about 1592.

Dower 1838  
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Map, Hampshire or Southampton, and a series of area maps, Environs of ..., Hampshire, by I Dower, Pentonville, London, published by Robbins and Gilmour, Winchester, Hampshire, about 1838 onwards.

Drayton 1612  
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Map, Dorsetshere and Hampshere ie Dorset and Hampshire, by Michael Drayton, London, 1612, probably engraved by William Hole; published 1612-22.

Duckham 1930s  
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Notes for Hampshire from Duckham's Road Maps, Great Britain, published by Alexander Duckham and Co, London, 1930s.

Dugdale 1835  
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Map, Hampshire, by Thomas Dugdale, drawn and engraved by J Archer, Pentonville, London, published by Tallis, London, 1835; published 1835-60.

Dummer 1698  
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Charts of river estuaries in Hampshire drawn for A Survey of the Ports on the South West Coast of England from Dover to the Lands-end, made by Edmund Dummer and Captain Thomas Wiltshaw, Royal Navy, 1698.

Duncan 1833  
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Map, Hampshire, by William Ebden, engraved by Hoare and Reeves, published by James Duncan, Paternoster Row, London, 1833; published 1833-45.

Dunlop 1930s  
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The Dunlop Maps, 16 cards in a leather case with plastic windows, maps by John Bartholomew, Edinburgh, Lothian, published by E J Burrow, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, 1930s?

Dury 1764  
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Map, south coast of England including Hampshire, from a Collection of Plans of the Principal Cities of Great Britain and Ireland, with Maps of the Coasts of the said Kingdoms, by Andrew Dury, published by J Rocque, 1764.

Ebden 1825  
Duncan 1833

Ellis 1765  
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Map, Hamp Shire ie Hampshire, by John Ellis, London, 1765; published 1765-1824.

Ellis 1819  
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Map, Hampshire, by Ellis, London, 1819.

Emslie 1848  
Reynolds 1848

Exshaw 1751  
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Map, Hampshire, published by Sarah and John Exshaw, The Bible, Cork Hill, Dublin, Ireland, February 1751; as one of a monthly series.

Faden 1791  
Milne 1791

Faden 1796  
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Map, hand coloured engraving, Hampshire or the County of Southampton, reduced from the large map in six sheets by Thomas Milne 1791, by William Faden, Charing Cross, London, 1796.

Fiennes 1690s  
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Hampshire parts of the 'Great Journey' of Celia Fiennes about England and Wales, about 1698.

Fisher 1845  
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Map, Hampshire, drawn and engraved by F P Becker and Co, published by Fisher, Son and Co, Caxton Press, Angel Street, St Martin's le Grand, London, etc, 1842-45.

Fleet Sales and Services 1950s-60s  
Geographia 1950s-60s

Fordham 1924  
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Notes about itineraries, tables of highways, etc

Fothergill 1900s  
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Road map, 'Finger Post' strip maps by Gerald Fothergill, published by George Philip and Son, London, 1900s?

Froissart 1300s  
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Notes for Hampshire from the Chronicles of Froissart, written by John Froissart, 1325-1400.

Fullarton 1856  
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Map, Plan of Portsmouth, Portsea, Spithead and the Vicinity, from the Imperial Gazetteer by Archibald Fullarton and Co, 1856.

Fullarton 1871  
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Map, Hampshire, plus the Isle of Wight and parts of adjacent counties, by John Bartholomew for Archibald Fullarton, 1860s.

Gall and Inglis 1880s  
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Visitors' Map of the Environs of Portsmouth, published by Gall and Inglis, Bernard Terrace, Edinburgh, Lothian and 25 Paternoster Square, London, about 1889?

Gall and Inglis 1900s  
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Gradient diagrams, and itineraries for roads in Hampshire in the Main Route Contour Road Book of England, published by Gall and Inglis, London and Edinburgh, early 20th century.

Gardner 1719  
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Road strip maps with sections in Hampshire, reduced from maps by Ogilby, 1675, by Thomas Gardner, London, 1719.

Gay 1715  
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Comments on Hampshire in a Journey to Exeter, an Epistle to the Earl of Burlington, by John Gay, poet, about 1715?

Gent Mag 1700s  
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New Map of England and Wales, by Thomas Jefferys for the Gentleman's Magazine, London, 1757.

Gent Mag 1765  
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Road strip maps with segments in Hampshire, probably by Emanuel Bowen, engraved by Thomas Bowen, London, published in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1765-75.

Gent Mag 1770s  
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Canal maps, Andover Canal, and Basingstoke Canal, in a series published in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1770s.

Geographia 1925  
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Road book, Premier Road Book of Great Britain, Geographia, London, 1925.

Geographia 1950s  
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Austin Road Atlas of Great Britain, by P H Thorpe, published for the Austin Motor Co, by Geographia, 114 Fleet Street, London, 1950s.

Geographia 1950s-60s  
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Notes for Hampshire from the Multiple Mileage Chart of Great Britain by Geographia, Fleet Street, London, 1950s-60s; and derivative maps.

Gibson 1695  
Camden 1695

Gibson 1759  
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Map, Hampshire, by John Gibson, 1759.

Gibson 1765  
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Road maps with segments in Hampshire? drawn and engraved by J Gibson, London, 1765.

Giles 1838  
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Railway map, parts in Hampshire of a planned railway, London and Salisbury Junction Railway, from Kingsworthy, Hampshire to Salisbury, Wiltshire, by Francis Giles, civil engineer, engraved by J Netherclift, 23 King William Street, Strand, London, 1838.

Giles 1878  
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Plan of the Southampton Docks, Hampshire, by Alfred Giles, 1878.

Goos 1665  
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Chart, Canaal tusschen Engeland en Vrancriick, the Channel between England and France, by Pieter Goos, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1665.

Gough 1350s-60s  
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Map, Britain, known as the Gough Map, in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, drawn 1350s-60s; and the lithograph reproduction published by the Ordnance Survey, 1878.

Gough 1780  
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Notes for Hampshire from British Topography by Richard Gough, London, 1780.

Gough 1789  
Camden 1789

Gough Map  
Gough 1350s-60s

Grafton 1572  
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Itinerary, a table of highways from Lands End to London, in Graftons Abridgement of the Chronicles of Englande, Richard Grafton, London, 1572.

Gray 1824  
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Road book, itineraries in Hampshire in Gray's New Book of Roads, or Traveller's Guide to the Roads of England and Wales, by George Carrington Gray, published by Sherwood, Jones and Co, Paternoster Road, London, 1824.

Greenwood 1826  
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Map of the County of Southampton, ie Hampshire, by Christopher and James/John Greenwood and Nathaniel Lipscomb Kentish, published by Greenwood, Pringle and Co, Regent Street, Pall Mall, London, 15 June 1826.

Greenwood 1829  
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Map, Southampton ie Hampshire, by C and J Greenwood, engraved by J and J Neele, 1829, published by Greenwood and Co, Burleigh Street, Strand, London, 1834.

Grierson 1749  
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New and Correct Chart of the Sea Coast of England, Scotland and Ireland, by George Grierson, Dublin, 1746.

Grose 1787  
Seller 1694

Halfords 1940s-50s  
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Notes for Hampshire from Halford's Road Atlases and Route Guides, published 1940s-50s.

Hall 1820  
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Map, Hampshire, by Sidney Hall, London, 1820, published by Samuel Leigh, 18 Strand, London, 1820; published 1820-42.

Hall 1830s  
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Map, England and Wales, scale about 27 miles to 1 inch, by Sidney Hall, published by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, Paternoster Row, London, about 1830s?

Hall 1833  
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Map, Hampshire or Southampton, by Sydney Hall, London, published by Chapman and Hall, Strand, London, 1833; published 1833-48.

Hall 1842  
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Map, Hampshire, or Southampton, by Sidney Hall, published by Chapman and Hall, 186 Strand, 1842; published 1842-80.

Hall 1860  
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Map, Hampshire, by Sidney Hall, published by Chapman and Hall, 193 Piccadilly, London, 1860.

Halley 1702  
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New and Correct Chart of the Channel between England and France, by Edmund Halley, published by Page and Mount, Tower Hill, London, 1702.

Halley 1715  
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Map, Description of the Passage of the Shadow of the Moon over England, including a total eclipse over Hampshire, by Edmund Halley, published by John Senex, London, before the event, April 1715.

Hansard 1848  
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Map, 21 sheets, Map of the Lands of Her Majesty ... forests, in Southampton ie Hampshire, for the Select Committee on Woods and Works, corrected from surveys of 1812, published by the House of Commons, printed by Henry Hansard, 25 July 1848.

Hanway 1755  
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Pamphlet, or letter, an Eight Days' Journey from Portsmouth to Kingston on Thames, with Miscellaneous Thoughts, by John Hanway, 1755.

Harper 1910  
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Road book, itineraries etc, Autocar Road Book, vol.1 England South of the Thames, by Charles G Harper, published by Methuen and Co and Iliffe and Sons, London, 1910.

Harrison 1788  
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Map, Hampshire, drafted by Haywood, engraved by Sudlow, by John Harrison, 115 Newgate Street, London, 1788; published 1791-92.

Haywood 1787  
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Map, Hampshire? by James Haywood, 1787; published 1787-91.

Heather 1797  
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Chart, Spithead, showing the coasts of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, by William Heather, engraved by J Stephenson, published by Heather and Williams, the Navigation Warehouse, 157 Leadenhall Street, London, 1797.

Hereford Mappa Mundi  
Mappa Mundi c1300

Heywood 1860s  
Teesdale 1830

Hinton 1765  
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Road strip maps with sections in Hampshire, derived from maps by Ogilby, 1675 onwards, for the Universal Magazine, 1765-73.

Hobson 1850  
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Map, Hampshire, lithograph reproductions of the map by J and C Walker, 1837, with fox hunting additions by Hobson, published by John and Charles Walker, 9 Castle Street, Holborn, London, 1850.

Hodgson 1820  

Hogg 1784  
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Map, Hamp Shire ie Hampshire, on a plate together with maps of Glocester Shire, Isle of Man and Isles of Guernsey, Jersey, etc, engraved by T Conder, published by Alexander Hogg, London, 1784; published 1784-94.

Hoglandia 1709  
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Transcription of the English translation of the Latin poem, Hoglandia, about Hampshire, 1709, edition of 1728.

Holland 1610  
Camden 1610

Hollar 1644  
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Mappe of Kent, Southsex, ... etc, one sheet of the Quartermaster Map, by Wenceslaus Hollar, published by Thomas Jenner, London, 1644; published 1644-1799.

Homersham 1857  
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Railway map, lithograph deposited plan, Plan and Section of Ringwood, Christchurch and Bournemouth Railway, by William Collett Homersham, engineer, 1857.

Hopton 1811  
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Map, woodcut, England and Wales, by Arthur Hopton, 1611.

Hughes 1840  
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Journey Map of Hampshire, by W Hughes, published by Charles Knight and Co, Ludgate Street, London, 1840.

Hughes 1860s-70s  
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Map, Hampshire, North Division and South Division in 2 sheets, by William Hughes, London, 1860s-70s.

Hughes 1868  
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Map, Hampshire, by William Hughes, published by Virtue, James S and Co, City Road and Ivy Lane, London, 1868.

Hutchinson 1748  
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Correct Map of Hamp-Shire ie Hampshire, possibly by Thomas Hutchinson, published by T Osborne et al, 1748; published 1748-50.

Hydrographic Office 1940s  
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Charts of The Solent area, of Hampshire, published by the Hydrographic Office, 1940s.

Hydrographic Office 2002  
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Charts of The Solent, off Hampshire, in a leisure portfolio published by the Hydrographic Office, Taunton, Somerset, 2002.

Inglis 1898  
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Map, Continuous Strip Maps, of roads including routes across Hampshire, by H R G Inglis, published by Gall and Inglis, Edinburgh, Lothian, about 1898.

Jacobsz 1643  
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Chart, Zee Custen van Vrancryck ... als de Custen van Engelandt, Sea Coasts of France and England, by Anthonie (Theuis) Jacobsz, 1643.

Jansson 1646  
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Map, Hantoniae Comitatus cum Bercheria, ie Hampshire and Berkshire, by John Jansson, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1646; published 1646-1724.

Jefferys 1775  
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Road strip maps with sections in Hampshire, derived from maps by Ogilby, 1675, and by John Senex, 1719 and 1757, published by Thomas Jeffery, London, 1775.

Jenner 1643  
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Table of distances, with map of Hampshire by Thomas Jenner, 1643, derived the map by Mathew Simmons 1635-36, published by Thomas Jenner, London, 1643; published 1643-80.

Johnson 1847  
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Map, Hampshire, engraved by Lizars, Edinburgh, Lothian, published by Thomas Johnson, Manchester, 1847.

Johnson 1907  
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Road book, illustrated itineraries, Roads Made Easy by Picture and Pen, by Claude Johnson, published by The Car Illustrated, 168 Piccadilly, London, 1907.

Johnson and Bacon 1950s  
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Panorama Map of the Central South Coast, including Hampshire's coast, published by Johnson and Bacon, 1950s.

Johnston 1900s  
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Railway map, England and Wales, south sheet, published by W and A K Johnston, Edinburgh, 1900s.

Keer 1604  
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Map, Angliae, Scotiae, et Hiberniae, ie Great Britain, by Pieter van den Keere, or Peter Keer, 1604, also published by Jansson 1621.

Keer 1605  
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Map, Southamptoniae, or Southampton, ie Hampshire, by Pieter van den Keere, or Peter Keer, about 1605-10, published 1605-1676.

Kelly 1860  
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Map, Hampshire, by Kelly and Co, engraved by F P Becker and Co, London, 1860.

Kelly 1875  
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Post Office Map of Hampshire, published by Kelly and Co, Post Office Directory Offices, 51 Great Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, 1875.

Kelly 1889  
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Kelly's Map of Hampshire, published by Kelly and Co, 51 Great Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, 8th edition 1889.

Kentish 1823  
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Great Map of Hampshire, projected series in many sheets, by Nathaniel Lipscomb Kentish, Kingsgate Street, Winchester, about 1823.

Kitchin 1750  
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Map, Hamp Shire ie Hampshire, probably by Thomas Kitchin, 1750.

Kitchin 1751 large  
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New Improved Map of Hampshire, by Thomas Kitchin, published by John Hinton, 1751; published 1751-87.

Kitchin 1751 small  
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Map, Hampshire, by Thomas Kitchin, 1751, as one of a monthly series of county maps, London, 1747-60; published 1751-98.

Kitchin 1760s  
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Map of England and Wales by Thomas Kitchin, London, about 1760s.

Kitchin 1763  
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Map, Hamp Shire ie Hampshire, by Thomas Kitchin, published by R and J Dodsley, Pall Mall, London, 1763-64.

Kitchin 1767  
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Road book, with road strip map sections in Hampshire, derived from maps by Ogilby, 1675, by John Senex, 1719 and 1757, then amended by Thomas Kitchin, London, 1767, published also in France; published 1767-1780?

Kitchin 1769  
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Map, Hamp Shire ie Hampshire, by Thomas Kitchin, London, 1769.

Kitchin 1771  
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Road book, Ogilby's Survey Improved or Kitchin's New and Instructive Traveller's Companion, road strip maps with sections in Hampshire, derived from maps by John Ogilby, 1675, published by Thomas Kitchin, 59 Holborn Hill, London, 1771.

Kitchin 1784  
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Map of Great Britain, England and Wales, surveyed by Thomas Kitchin, published in the New and Complete British Traveller, Walpoole, 1784.

Kitchin and Jefferys 1749  
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Map, Hampshire, by Thomas Kitchin and Thomas Jefferys, 1749, published 1749-85.

Knight 1797  
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Chart, Coast of Sussex and Hampshire from Selsey to Christ Church, by Captain John Knight RN, published by William Faden, Charing Cross, London, 1797

Knight 1799  
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Chart, Coast of Hampshire from Portsmouth to Southampton Water, by Captain John Knight RN, published by William Faden, Charing Cross, London, 1799.

Lang 1936  
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Guide book, itinerary, The National Road Book, by R T Lang, vol.1 The South of England, published by E J Burrow and Co, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, 1936.

Langley 1818  
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Map, Hampshire, by Edward Langley, 173 High Street, Borough, London, 1817; published 1818-20.

Laurie and Whittle 1806  
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Road book, New Traveller's Companion, with two road maps with sections in Hampshire, by Nathaniel Coltman, published by Robert Laurie and James Whittle, 53 Fleet Street, London, 1806; published 1806-15.

Laurie and Whittle 1807  
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Map, Hampshire, by Benjamin Baker, Islington, London, 1791-97; amended by Laurie and Whittle, 53 Fleet street, London, 1806; published 1807.

Lea 1687  
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New Map of England and Wales with the Direct and Cross Roads, published by Philip Lea, London, 1687.

Lea 1689  
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Map, Hampshire, altered from the map by Christopher Saxton, 1575, published by Philip Lea, London, about 1689 and 1693, then Willdey about 1732, Jefferys about 1749, Dicey about 1772.

Leland 1535-43  
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Notes for Hampshire from Itineraries written by John Leland, 1535-43.

Lenthall 1717  
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Map, Hamp Shire ie Hampshire, the 5 of Spades in a set of playing cards published by John Lenthall, London, 1717.

Letts 1884  
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Map, Hampshire, published by Letts, Son and Co, 1884.

Lewis 1831  
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Map, Southampton ie Hampshire, by R Creighton, engraved by John and Charles Walker, published by Samuel Lewis and Co, 87 Aldersgate Street, London, 1831; published 1831-49.

Lewis 1835  
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Map, Hampshire and Isle of Wight, showing electoral divisions etc, drawn by R Creighton, engraved by J and C Walker, published by Samuel Lewis and Co, 87 Aldersgate Street, London, 1835.

Lily 1546  
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Map, Britanniae Insulae ie British Isles, by George Lily, Rome, 1546.

Lloyd 1573  
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Map, Angliae Regni Florentissimi Nova Descriptio, England and Wales, by Humphrey Lloyd, Denbigh, published by Abraham Ortelius, Netherlands, 1573.

LMS 1939  
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Notes for Hampshire from the Map of the London Midland and Scottish Railway, published by the LMS, London, 1939.

Lodge 1788  
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New Map of Hampshire, by John Lodge, London, 1788; published 1788-95.

LSWR 1887  
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Notes for Hampshire from the London and South Western Railway, LSWR, Gradient Manual, London, 1887.

LSWR 1905  
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Notes for Hampshire from the Map of the London and South Western Railway, published by the LSWR, London, 1905.

Luffman 1803  
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Map, Hampshire, by John Luffman, 28 Little Bell Alley, Coleman Street, London, 1803; published 1803-06.

Luffman 1805  
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Map, Hampshire, by John Luffman, London, 1805.

Mackenzie 1780s  
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Chart, series, coast of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, surveyed by Lt Murdoch Mackenzie, 1781-86?, published by the Hydrographic Office, Admiralty, about 1808; published 1808-24?

MacKenzie 1893  
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Map, Hampshire with the Isle of Wight, by F S Weller, published by William MacKenzie, London, etc, about 1893?

Mappa Co 1930s  
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Road-Way Motoring and Cycling Maps, England and Wales, published by the Mappa Co, Paternoster House, 34 Paternoster Row, London, perhaps 1930s.

Mappa Mundi c1300  
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Map, World, known as the Hereford Mappa Mundi, in Hereford Cathedral, drawn 13th century.

Marshall 1798  
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Map, The Western Districts of the Southern Counties, for The Rural Economy of the Southern Counties vol.11, by Mr Marshall, published by G Nicol, Pall Mall, and G G and J Robinson, Paternoster Row, and J Debrett, Piccadilly, London, 1798.

Martin 1819  
Wallis 1810

Meijer 1758  
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Map, Hampshire, by Pieter Meijer, Vygendam, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1758.

Mercator 1564  
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Notes for Hampshire from the map of the British Isles by Gerhard Mercator, Duisberg, Germany, 1564.

Mercator 1595  
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Map, Warwicum Northamptonia Huntingdonia ... etc, part of Angleterre, England, including Hampshire, by Gerhard Mercator 1595; published 1595-1642.

Michel and Desnos 1765  
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Road book, Faithful Indicator or Travellers' Guide, road maps by Mr Michel, published by Messrs Desnos, Rue S Jacques, Paris, France, 1765; plate 10 includes a route from Paris via Portsmouth to London.

Miller 1810  
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Map, Hampshire, by R Miller, London, 1810; published 1810-25.

Millward and Dickinson 1737  
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Notes for Hampshire from the Map of all Direct and Principal Cross Roads ... in the Traveller's Guide or Pocket Companion, published by Thomas Millward and Bispham Dickinson, Inigo Jones's Head, Fleet Street, London, 1737; and later.

Milne 1791  
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Map, Hampshire, surveyed by Thomas Milne, published by William Faden, Charing Cross, London, 1791.

Milner 1800s-10s  
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Notes about Winchester, and street map in the History, Civil and Ecclesiastical, and Survey of Antiquities of Winchester, by Rev John Milner, Winchester, Hampshire, 1800s-10s.

Mogg 1808  
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Road strip maps, Survey of the Roads from London to ..., including to Portsmouth and to Southampton, Hampshire, published by Edward Mogg, London, 1808.

Mogg 1814  
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Road strip maps, High Roads of England and Wales, with sections in Hampshire, probably published by Edward Mogg, London, 1814; published 1814 to 1833.

Mogg 1822  
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Road map, The Country round Southampton, and The Route from Chichester to Fareham, published by Edward Mogg, Charing Cross, London, 1822.

Moll 1717  
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New Map of Great Britain, by Herman Moll, London, 1717.

Moll 1718  
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Road strip maps for a road book, an abandoned project? by Herman Moll, about 1718.

Moll 1724  
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Map, Hamp Shire ie Hampshire, by Herman Moll, London, 1724; published 1724-53.

Moll 1747  
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Map, ? of Hampshire, by Herman Moll, 1747.

Moorsom 1859  
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Railway map, deposited plan, Plan and Section of Ringwood, Christchurch, and Bournemouth Railway, by Capt W S Moorsom, engineer, about 1859.

Morden 1676  
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Map, Hant Sh ie Hampshire, one of a set of playing cards, by Robert Morden, 1676; published 1676-80 and 1760s-80s.

Morden 1688  
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New Mapp of the Sea Coasts of England Scotland and Ireland, by Robert Morden and Christopher Browne, London, 1688.

Morden 1695  
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Map, Hamp Shire, ie Hampshire, by Robert Morden, 1695, published 1695-1772.

Morden 1701  
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Map, Hampshire, by Robert Morden, 1701; published 1701-04.

Morden 1708  
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Map, Hampshire, by Robert Morden, 1701 amended by Herman Moll, 1708; published 1708-46?

Morden c1690  
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Map, Itinerarium Angliae or a Map of Roads ... of England and Wales, by Robert Morden, London, about 1690.

Moule 1836  
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Map, Hampshire, by Thomas Moule, published by George Virtue, Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row, London, 1836-38 ...

Murray 1830  
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Map, Hampshire, by T L Murray by order of the Board of Ordnance, engraved by Hoare and Reeves, London, 1831.

Musgrave 1717  
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Map, Tabula Belgii Britannici Chorographica, the land of the Belgae in Britain, drawn by George Musgrave, 1717, for his brother William, published London, 1719.

Myddylton 1544  
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Notes for Hampshire from the tables of highways by Wyllyam Myddylton, London, 1544.

M'Leod 1861  
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Map, Berkshire, Wiltshire and Hampshire, by Walter M'Leod, Model School, Royal Military Asylum, Chelsea, London, engraved by Edward Weller, published by Longman, Green, Longman and Roberts, London, 1861.

Naish 1716  
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Map, River Avon from Salisbury to Christchurch, through Hampshire, surveyed 1675 by Thomas Naish and James Mooring, inset on a Map of the City of Salisbury by William Naish, first published 1716.

Nicholson and Watson 1920s  
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Notes for Hampshire from the Roadreader, a road book of England and Wales, by Ivor Nicholson and Watson, London, 1920s.

Nightingale 1816  
Cole and Roper 1810

Nightingale 1910s  
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Nightingale's New Survey Map of Hampshire, Dorset, Berkshire, Wiltshire, etc, by George Philip and Son, The London Geographical Institute, London, published by Nightingale, 1910s?

Norden 1595 ms  
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Map, manuscript original of the map of Hamshire ie Hampshire, drawn by John Norden, 1595. (British Library Add.MS 31853 ff.23v.-24)

Norden 1595  
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Map, Hamshire ie Hampshire, drawn by John Norden, 1595.

Norden 1607  
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Map, Hamshire, ie Hampshire, by John Norden, London, engraved by W Hole, 1607; published 1607-1637.

Norden 1625  
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Table of distances, England, an Intended Guyde, for English Travailers, with a page for Hampshire, by John Norden, 1625.

Ogden's 1910  
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Map, Hampshire, in a set of cigarette cards, Sectional Cycling Maps, issued by Ogden's Limited, Liverpool, Lancashire, about 1910.

Ogilby 1675  
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Road strip maps, 10 plates with sections in Hampshire, by John Ogilby, London, 1675.

Ogilby 1699  
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Road book, The Traveller's Guide, an edition of John Ogilby's itineraries, published, London, 1699 onwards.

Ortelius 1573  
Lloyd 1573

OS 1810s Old Series  
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Maps, parts of Hampshire, Old Series 1 inch maps of England and Wales, sheets 14, 12, 8, 15, 11, 9, 16, published by the Ordnance Survey supervised by LtCol William Mudge, London, 1810-1817.

OS 1870s County Series  
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Map, County Series 6 inch and 25 inch maps of England and Wales, 'Hants' sheets, published by the Ordnance Survey, from the 1870s.

OS 1870s New Series  
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Maps, parts of Hampshire, New Series 1 inch maps of England and Wales, quarter sheet series sheets 267-269, 282-285, 299-301, 314-316, 329-331, published by the Ordnance Survey, London, from 1870s.

OS 1880s  
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Index map to the 6 inch County Series maps of Hampshire, Ordnance Survey, 1880s.

OS 1903  
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Maps, England and Wales sheets 19, 23, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Wiltshire, etc, published by the Ordnance Survey, Southampton, Hampshire, 1903.

OS 1904  
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Map, England and Wales, 10 inch to 1 mile sheets, published by the Ordnance Survey, Southampton, Hampshire, 12 separate sheets, 1904-05.

OS 1920s Popular Edition  
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Maps, One inch map Popular Edition, England and Wales, Hampshire sheets, published by the Ordnance Survey, Southampton, Hampshire, about 1920s onwards.

OS 1922 relief  
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Relief map of England and Wales, published by the Ordnance Survey, Southampton, Hampshire, 1922.

OS 1922  
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Atlas, maps of England and Wales, published by the Ordnance Survey, Southampton, Hampshire, 1922.

OS 1930s Fifth Edition  
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Maps, One inch map Fifth Edition, England and Wales, Hampshire sheets, published by the Ordnance Survey, Southampton, Hampshire, 1930s onwards.

OS 1940s New Popular Edition  
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Maps, One inch map New Popular Edition, 6th edition, England and Wales, Hampshire sheets, published by the Ordnance Survey, Southampton, Hampshire, 1940s onwards.

OS 1950s Seventh Series  
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Maps, One inch map Seventh Series, England and Wales, Hampshire sheets, published by the Ordnance Survey, Southampton, Hampshire, 1950s onwards.

OS 1970s Landranger  
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Maps, Landranger 1 inch maps of England and Wales, Hampshire sheets, published by the Ordnance Survey, Southampton, Hampshire, 1974-76 onwards.

Overton 1708  
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New and Exact Map of Great Britain, by Henry Overton, London, 1708 and later.

Overton and Hoole 1732  
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Map, Hampshire, engraved by Richard W Seale, published by Henry Overton and John Hoole, White Horse, without Newgate, London, about 1732.

Owen and Bowen  
Bowen 1720

Paris 1240s  
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Map, Britain by Matthew Paris, St Albans, 1240s; the BM copy, Cotton MS Claudius D VI.

Parker 1777  
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Canal map, Plan of the intended Navigable Canal from Basingstoke to the River Wey, deposited plan made for the canal prospectus, engraved by William Faden, surveyed by Joseph Parker, about 1777.

Paterson 1785  
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Road strip maps, with sections in Hampshire, in Paterson's British Itinerary, by Capt Daniel Paterson, London, 1785; published 1785-1807.

Paterson 1804  
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Road strip maps, Paterson's Roads, with sections in Hampshire, by Capt Daniel Paterson, London, 1804.

Pepys 1660s  
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Notes from Samuel Pepys diaries, 1659-1669; and a portrait, oil painting, Samuel Pepys 1633-1703, age 33, by J Hayls, 1666

Perrot 1823  
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Map, Wiltshe Hamp ie Wiltshire and Hampshire, with the Isle of Wight, perhaps by Aristide Michel Perrot, drawn by Thierry, engraved by Migneret, 1823, published by Etienne Ledoux, 9 Rue Guenegaud, Paris, France, 1824; published 1824-48.

Petri 1588  
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Map, Britain, copying Sebastian Munster 1540, by Sebastian Petri, Basle, 1588.

Philip 1857-1900  
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Map, Hampshire, originally drawn about 1857, edition published by George Philip and Sons, London, about 1900.

Philip 1875  
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Map, ?Hampshire, by George Philip and Son, published by Edward Weller, 1875; published 1875-85.

Philip 1886  
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Map, Hampshire, by George Philip and Son, 32 Fleet Street, London, and Caxton Buildings, 1886; published in earlier states from 1872; published in various states to 1890s-1900s.

Philip 1900s  
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Philips' Cyclists Map of the County of Hampshire, by George Philip and Sons, London, 1900s.

Philip 1908  
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Map, Hampshire by George Philip and Son, 32 Fleet Street, London, and Caxton Buildings, 1908.

Philip 1920s  
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Cyclist's Map of the County of Hampshire, with Isle of Wight, published by George Philip and Son, London and Liverpool, Merseyside, about 1920s.

Phillips 1814  
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Map, geological map of the Hampshire or Isle of Wight Basin, by W Phillips, London, 1814.

Pigot 1826  
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Map, Hampshire, by James Pigot and Co, London and Manchester, 1826-27.

Pigot 1828  
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Map, Hampshire, by James Pigot and Co, Basing Lane, London, 1828, engraved by Pigot and Son, Manchester; published 1828-57.

Pigot 1835  
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Map, Hampshire, published by Pigot and Co, London and Manchester, and others, 1835; published 1835-42.

Pike 1946  
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Railway map, Travelling on the Southern Railway, including railways through Hampshire, in the Journey Mile by Mile series by Stuart N Pike, Shepperton, Middlesex, 1946.

Pine 1739  
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Chart, Progress of the Armada, map plates VI and VII, off the coast of Hampshire, drawn by H Gravelot, engraved and published by John Pine, London, 1739.

Pinnock 1821  
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Map, Hampshire, by Pinnock? engraved by Neele and Son, London, published by G and W B Whittaker, Ave Maria Lane, London, about 1821.

Pinnock 1833  
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Map, Hampshire, with the Isle of Wight, by S Hall, Bury Street, Bloomsbury, published by William Edwards, Ave Maria Lane, London, about 1833.

Players 1910  
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Map, Hampshire, no.25 in a set of cigarette cards issued by John Player and Sons, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, about 1910.

Popinjay 1587  
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Map, manuscript, defences of the Isle of Wight, Hampshire and Dorset, by Richard Popinjay, 1587.

Post Office 1823  
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Post Office Circulation Map of England and Wales, published 1823.

Post Office 1890  
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Road map, General Post Office Circulation Map for England and Wales, published by Stanford's Geographical Establishment, London, 1890.

Potts 1809  
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New Map of England and Wales, AND a map of Canals and Navigable Rivers in England and Wales, by Potts? about 1809; published 1809-10.

Pratt 1905  
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Road book, Pratt's Road Atlas of England and Wales, road maps, scale 6 miles to 1 inch, by George Philip and Son, 32 Fleet Street, London, published by Anglo-American Oil Co, 36-38 Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster, London, 1915.

Prichard 1861  
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Atlas, folder of Ethnographical Maps, for the Natural History of Man, by Dr J C Prichard, published by H Bailliere, 219 Regent Street, London, 2nd edition 1861.

Probst 1782  
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Chart, Carte de la Manche, Chart of the English Channel, published by Jean Michel Probst, Augsbourg, Germany, 1782.

Ptolemy 1513  
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Map, British Isles from Ptolemy's data, by Martin Waldseemuller, Strasbourg, 1513.

Ptolemy 1578  
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Map, British Isles from Ptolemy's data, by Gerhard Mercator, 1578.

Ptolemy 1793  
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Map, Albion et Hiberna Britannicae Insulae, from Ptolemy's data on the example of Gerard Mercator, published by the Society of Antiquaries, London, 1793.

Ptolemy 1998  
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Map of Great Britain from data in Ptolemy's Geographia, by Alastair Strang, 1998.

Railway Chronicle 1846  
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Railway map, strip map for the line from Nine Elms, London to Southampton, Hampshire, about 1846.

Ramble 1845  
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Map, Hampshire, lithograph copy of the map by R Miller 1810 or by T Crabb 1819, published by Darton and Clark, 58 Holborn Hill, London, 1845; published 1845-50.

Ramsay 1866  
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Geological Map of England and Wales, by Andrew C Ramsay, Director of the Geological Survey, published by Edward Stanford, Charing Cross, London, 1866.

Raynbird c1860  
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Geological Map of Hampshire, by W and H Raynbird, perhaps published about 1860.

Read 1746  
Rocque 1746

Redmayne 1676  
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Map, Hampshire? one of a set of playing cards published by W Redmayne et al, London, 1676.

Reid and Wallis 1820  
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Map, Hampshire, printed by James Wallis, Berwick Street, Soho, published by W H Reid, Charing Cross, London, 1820.

Reynolds 1848  
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Map, Hampshire, engraved by John Emslie, published by James Reynolds, 174 Strand, London, 1848; published 1848-64.

Reynolds 1860  
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Geological map, Hampshire, coloured from a map engraved by John Emslie, published by James Reynolds, 174 Strand, London, 1848, published 1860; published 1860-64.

Richardson 1789  
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Plan of His Majesty's Forest, called The New Forest ..., Hampshire, by Thomas Richardson, William King, and Abraham and William Driver, engraved and published by William Faden, London, 1789; published 1789-1867.

Richardson 1912  
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Map, colour printed, South East and Central England, by G W Bacon, published by Frank Richardson Ltd, Deansgate, Manchester, about 1912.

Robins 1819  
Cundee 1815

Robson 1839  
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Map, Hampshire with the Isle of Wight, for Robson's Commecial Directory of the Seven Counties ..., by William Robson and Co, London Directory and Court Guide Office, 4 Cloak Lane, Cheapside, London, 1839; published from about 1820 onwards; and directory text.

Rocque 1746  
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Map, Hamp-shire ie Hampshire, by John Rocque, published by Thomas Read, London, 1746; published 1746-69.

Rocque 1760s?  
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Map, England and Wales, thought to be by John Rocque, 1760s, used as a jigsaw by Richard Sayer, 1786.

Rodwell 1834  
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Map, Hampshire, by Mary Martha Rodwell, published by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman, London, 1834.

Rose 1795  
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Map, Geography Bewitched or a Droll Caricature Map of England and Wales, by Frederick Rose, published by Bowles and Carver, 1795.

Rowe 1816  
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Map, Hampshire, by Robert Rowe, 19 Bedford Street, London, engraved by T Barnett, published 1816; published 1816-1829.

Russell and Price 1769  
Rocque 1746

Sanson 1692  
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Carte de la Manche, Chart of the English Channel, by Nicholas Sanson, published by Alexis Hubert Jaillot, Paris, France, 1692.

Saxton 1575  
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Map, Southamtoniae, ie Hampshire, by Christopher Saxton, London, engraved by Leonardus Terwoort, Antwerp, Belgium, 1575, published 1579-1645.

Saxton 1579  
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Map, Anglia ie England and Wales, general map for the set of county maps, by Christopher Saxton, London, engraved by Augustine Ryther, 1579; published into the 17th century.

Saxton 1689  
Lea 1689

Seller 1675  
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Sea atlas, Atlas Maritimus, sea charts of the World, including charts showing the Hampshire coast, by John Seller, London, 1675.

Seller 1694  
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Map, Hant Shire, ie Hampshire, by John Seller, 1694; published 1694-1787; also descriptive text piblished as Camden's Britannia Abridged, by John Wild, London, 1701, etc.

Senex 1719  
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Road book, Survey of all the Principal Roads of England and Wales, road strip maps with sections in Hampshire, derived from maps by Ogilby, 1675, by John Senex, London, 1719.

Senex 1757  
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Road strip maps with sections in Hampshire, derived from maps by Ogilby, 1675, by John Senex, 1719, revised and published 1757; published up to 1780s.

Shepherd and Sutton 1840s  
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Descriptive Pocket Map, County of Hants ie Hampshire, published by Shepherd and Sutton, Foster Lane, and R Groombridge, Paternoster Row, London, 1840s.

Sheringham 1840s-50s  
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Chart, England South Coast, Owers to Dunnose including Spithead, Dunnose to The Needles, etc, surveyed by Captain William L Sheringham RN, published by the Hydrographic Office, Admiralty, 1840s-50s.

Sheringham 1848  
Sheringham 1840s-50s

Sheringham 1851  
Sheringham 1840s-50s

Simmons 1635  
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Table of distances and map of Hampshire, engraved by Jacob van Langeren, published by Mathew Simmons, London, 1635-36.

Simpson 1746  
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Map, Hamp Shire ie Hampshire, 'after Herman Moll', published by Samuel Simpson, London, 1746.

Smith 1602  
The known dozen county maps drawn by William Smith, 1602-03, do not include Hampshire.

Smith 1804  
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Map, Hampshire, drawn by J Tomkins, engraved by Smith and Jones, published by Charles Smith, 172 Strand, London, 1804; published 1804-46.

Smith 1811  
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Map, New Forest and Adjacent Country, Hampshire etc, engraved by C Smith for Percival Lewis, published by T Payne, Pall Mall, London, 1811

Smith 1815  
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Geological map, Delineation of the Strata of England and Wales, by William Smith, published by John Cary, Strand, London, 1815.

Smith 1819  
The 21 geological county maps drawn by William Smith, 1818-20, do not include Hampshire.

Smith 1820  
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New Geological Map of England and Wales, by William Smith, published by John Cary, London, 1820.

Smith 1822  
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Map, Hampshire, by Charles Smith, engraved by Gardner, published by Charles Smith, 172 Strand, London, 1822

Smith 1826  
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Road strip maps with sections in Hampshire, by Charles Smith and Son, 172 Strand, London, engraved by Gardner, published 1826.

Smith 1867  
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Railway map, Hampshire shewing all the Railways ..., by Charles Smith and Son, 63 Charing Cross, London, published about 1867.

Southey 1807  
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Notes about Hampshire in Letters from England, or Letters for Espriella, by Robert Southey, published 1807.

Speed 1611  
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Map, Hantshire, ie Hampshire, by John Speed, London, 1611, using surveys by Norden and Saxton, engraved by Jacob Hondius, Amsterdam, Netherlands; published 1611-1770.

Speed 1627  
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Map, Invasions of England and Ireland ..., by John Speed, London, 1627.

Speed 1695  
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Map, Hantshire, ie Hampshire, by John Speed, 1611 altered by Christopher Browne, 1695; published by Henry Overton, London, 1695-1770.

Spencer 1772  
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Book, The Complete English Traveller, by Nathaniel Spencer, published by John Cooke, London, 1772.

Sporting Review 1842  
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Map of the Meets of the Hampshire Hounds, published in the Sporting Review, by I Mitchell, 33 Old Bond Street, London, 1 March 1842.

Stanford 1904  
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Atlas, Stanford's Geological Atlas, by Horace B Woodward, published by Edward Stanford, London, 1904; 3rd edn 1914, etc.

Stephens 1830  
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Chart, Anton River and Port of Southampton, by Captain Stephens, 1830.

Stoke 1777  
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Map, parts of Hampshire and Sussex, from Hillhead, to Seaford, by John Stoke, published 10 June 1777. (53.5x38ins)

Stukeley 1723  
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Map of roman roads through Britain, derived from the Antonine Itineraries, plotted by William Stukeley, 1723, published London, 1724.

Swiss 1860-99  
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Hunting Map No.9, Hampshire, east Wiltshire, west Surrey, West Sussex, showing the meets of local hunts, published by A H Swiss and Co, 111-112 Fore Street, Devonport, Devon, late 19th century.

Sylvan 1934  
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Notes for Hampshire from Roadhouses and Clubs of the Home Counties, road book published by Sylvan Publications, 5 Gower Street, London, 1934.

Taylor 1650s  
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Pamphlet, description of a journey from London to Southampton, Hampshire, on a coach from Holborn, by John Taylor, the Water Poet, about 1650s.

Taylor 1715  
Blome 1681

Taylor 1759  
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Map of Hampshire, with the Isle of Wight, by Isaac Taylor, 1759.

Taylor 1932  
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Notes for Hampshire from a road map, Pictorial Britain, by Alfred Taylor, published by McCann and Co, London, 1932.

Teesdale 1829  
Rowe 1816

Teesdale 1830  
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Map, Hampshire, by Henry Teesdale and Co, 302 High Holborn, London, 1830.

Titchfield 1600s  
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Map, Titchfield Estate from a 17th Century Map, copied by Wilberforce Cobbett, 1906.

Trent 1955  
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Road book, guide book with road maps, Motorists' Companion on the Highways of England, by Christopher Trent, published by George Newnes, London, 1955.

Tschudi 1500s  
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Notes for Hampshire from the map of the British Isles by Aegidius Tschudi, Switzerland, 1500s.

Tunnicliff 1791  
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New Map of Hampshire, by William Tunnicliff, Salisbury, Wiltshire, 1791.

Tymms 1832  
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Map, Hampshire, by Samuel Tymms, London, 1832, published by J B Nichols and Son, Parliament Street, London, 1833.

UBDir 1784  
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Notes for Hampshire from the Universal British Directory, London, 1784.

Universal British Traveller c1784  
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Descriptive text for Hampshire, from the Modern Universal British Traveller, about 1784.

Unknown 1700s  
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Map, fictional example map from an unidentified textbook, 1700s.

Unknown 1762  
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Street map, Basingstoke, 1762, copied 1836.

Unknown 1772  
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Accurate Map of Great Britain, for the Complete English Traveller, by Nathaniel Spencer, published by John Cooke, London, 1772.

Unknown 1800s  
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Hampshire on a map of England and Wales cut into a jigsaw puzzle, about 1800s; Blaise House Museum, Bristol BRSMG

Unknown 1810s  
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Map of thye New Forest, Hampshire, unidentified, 1810s.

Unknown 1850s  
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Map, Hampshire, and the Isle of Wight, with vignette illustrations of towns, published 1850s?

Unknown 1860s  
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Map, Hampshire, with Isle of Wight, published 1860s, perhaps about 1862?

Unknown 1860s-70s  
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Railway map, Hampshire, and Isle of Wight, 1860s-70s?

Unknown c1862  
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Map of Hampshire, about 1862.

van der Aa 1714  
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Map, group of several counties including Hampshire, by Pieter van der Aa, published, Leyden or Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1714.

van Keulen c1681  
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Nouvelle Carte marine de la Manche, New Sea Chart of the English Channel, by Joannes van Keulen, published by G H and C B van Keulen, Amsterdam, Netherlands, about 1681.

van Langeren 1635  
Simmons 1635

van Langeren 1643  
Jenner 1643

Vancouver 1810  
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Map, Soil and Substrata of ... the County of Hants ie Hampshire, ?by Charles Vancouver, engraved by Neele, Strand, published by R Philips, New Bridge Street, London, 1810.

VCH 1899  
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Notes and maps from the Victoria County History of the Counties of England, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, 1899 onwards.

Visscher 1690s  
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Notes for Hampshire from the map of England and Wales by Nicolas Visscher, Netherlands, 1690s.

von Reilly c1789  
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Chart of the Islands at Portsmouth, Hampshire, by Franz Johann Joseph von Reilly, about 1789?

Waghenaer 1583  
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Chart, Beschrijvinghe der Zee Custen van Engelandt tuschen Wicht ende Doveren - Map of the Sea Coast of England between Wight and Dover, engraved by Johannes van Doetecum, 1583, published in Die Spieghel der Zeevaeri - the Mariners Mirror, by Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer, Enchuisen, Netherlands, 1584.

Waldseemuller 1513  
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Map, Tabula Nova Hibernie Anglie et Scotie, New Map of the British Isles, by Martin Waldseemuller, Strasbourg, 1513.

Waldseemuller/Ptolemy 1513  
Ptolemy 1513

Walker 1822  
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Map, Hampshire, by James Walker, for Crosby's Complete Pocket Gazetteer of England and Wales, by Benjamin Crosby, edition published 1822.

Walker 1830  
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Map, England, plate 5, south east, by J and C Walker, published for the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, by Baldwin and Cradock, 47 Paternoster Row, London, 1830.

Walker 1837  
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Map, Hampshire, by John and Charles Walker, derived from the Ordnance Survey and others, published by Longman, Rees and Co, Paternoster Row, London, 1837; published 1837-70.

Wallis 1810  
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Map, Hampshire, by James Wallis, 77 Berwick Street, Soho, London, 1810; published 1810-36.

Wallis 1812  
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Map, Hampshire, by James Wallis, London, 1812; published 1812-14.

Wallis 1815  
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Map, Wallis's New Travelling Map of England and Wales, by John Wallis, London, about 1815.

Walpoole 1784  
Hogg 1784

Walton 1679  
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New Map Containing all the Cities ... in England and Wales, by Robert Walton and Robert Morden, London, 1679.

Walton 1870s  
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Descriptive text, Geography of Hampshire, by J Walton, published by William Collins, Sons and Co, London, 1870s.

Warren 1890s  
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Map of the Winchester District, about 10 miles radius around the city, published by Warren and Son, Winchester, Hampshire, 1890s-1920s.

WB 1590  
Bowes 1590

Weller 1858  
Dispatch 1863

Weller 1870s  
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Map, Hampshire, by Edward Weller, London, 1870s?

White 1788  
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Notes from the Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne, Hampshire, by Rev Gilbert White, published 1788.

White 1859  
Brannon 1859

Whittaker 1823  
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Map, Hampshire, engraved by Neele and Son, 352 Strand, London, 1821, published by G and W B Whittaker, Ave Maria Lane, London, 1823.

Whitworth 1770  
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Canal map, Plan of the intended Navigable Canal from Andover to Redbridge, Southampton, in the County of Southampton, ie the Andover Canal, Hampshire, surveyed by Robert Whitworth, engineer, 1770 and 1789.

Wignall 1983  
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Railway map, Complete British Railways Maps and Gazetteer 1830-1981, by C J Wignall, published by Oxford Publishing Co, Oxford, Oxfordshire, 1983.

Wildey c1713  
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Notes for Hampshire from the Map of the Roads of England according to Mr Ogilby, by George Wildey, London, about 1713.

Wilkes 1806  
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Map, Hampshire, with the Isle of Wight, by John Wilkes, London, 1806; published 1806-28?

Williams 1838  
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Map, mid south western counties, including Hampshire, in an atlas, Visible Geography, England, by Charles Williams, published by Thomas Ward and Co, Paternoster Row, London, 1838.

Wise 1882  
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Map of the New Forest, by J R Wise, about 1882.

Wright 1737  
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Map, Passage of the Annular Penumbra over Scotland Etc, the eclipse 18 February 1737, by Thomas Wright, Durham, published by John Senex, London, 1737.

Wright 1791  
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Canal map, plan of the Basingstoke Canal, published by William Wright, engineer, Frimley, Surrey, 1791.

Wyld 1839  
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Railway map, The London and Southampton Railway, published by James Wyld, Charing Cross East, London, 1839.

Wyld 1842  
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Map, Hampshire? published by James Wyld, Charing Cross East, London, 1842.

Wyld 1846  
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Map, Hampshire or the County of Southampton, with Isle of Wight, published by J Wyld, Charing Cross East, London, 1846.

Young 1722  
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Book, Six Weeks' Tour through the Southern Counties of England, by ?Arthur A Young, 3rd edn 1772.

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