1 edition of Direction for the English traviller found in the catalog.
Direction for the English traviller
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|Pagination||3,  leaves (some fold.) :|
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A direction for the English traviller [microform]: by which he shal be inabled to coast about all England and Wales. And also to know how farre any market or noteable towne in any shire, lyeth one from an other, and whether the same be east, west, north, or south from ye. shire towne As also the distance betweene London, and any other shire or. (Code No. )Jenner, Thomas.A DIRECTION FOR THE ENGLISH TRAVILLER Date. London: Jenner, Thomasmo, [5 x 5ins]. Pp. 3 + 39 English county maps, including 2 larger folding maps of England and Wales. a few spots to the margins & marginal split just affecting one image (1mm).The maps are in inclined position and squeezed into the.
Simmons Table of distances and map of Hampshire, scale about 25 miles to 1 inch, engraved by Jacob van Langeren, published by Mathew Simmons, London, Published in 'A DIRECTION FOR the English TRAVILLER. By which he Shal be inabled to Coast about all England and Wales. A Direction for the English Traviller , , Mapsre-issued as part of A Book of the Names of all the Hundreds contained inthe Shires of the Kingdom of England Re-issued by John Garrett.
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Direction for the English traviller. Amsterdam, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum; New York, Da Capo Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Notes: At head of title: Englishe traveller. Original t.p. reads: A direction for the English traviller, by which he shal be inabled to coast about all England and Wales.
A direction for the English traviller by which he shall be inabled to coast about all England and Wales: and also to know how farre any market or noteable towne in any shire lyeth one from an other, and whether the same be east, west, north, or south from ye shire towne, and also the distance betweene London and any other shire or great towne, with the scituation thereof east.
A Direction for the English traviller: by which he shal be inabled to coast about all England and Wales. And also to know how farre any market or noteable towne in any shire lyeth one from an other, and whether the same be east, west, north or south from ye shire towne.
This became and has remained an indispensable reference book and the essential starting point for any historical study of Dorset. - ODNB. 1st ed, 2 vols,56 pls, as called for + 2 additional (folding), 10 folding pedigrees (as called for) + 1 additional.
With 21 small plates/illustrations within text. In contemporary speckled calf, gilt edge tooling, corners & edges bumped & worn. Old re. Mathew Simons A bookseller in Mathew Simons (or Matthew Simmons 1 fl) became a printer in He is notable as the publisher of John Direction for the English traviller book works and a popular news-sheet from His only cartographic work was A Direction for the English Traviller, the earliest English road book with maps.
map-book recently acquired by the Lilly Library at Indiana University.' Mathew Simons' A Direction for the English Traviller was published in London under Thomas Jenner's imprint in and at some point it came into the possession of the. A direction for the English traviller by which he shall be inabled to coast about all England and Wales [London]: Are to be sold by Thomas Jenner at the South entrance of the Exchange, D Direction for the English Traviller.
A book. A Book of the Names of all Parishes, Market Towns ] A Direction for the English Traviller, by which He shall be Inabled to Coast about All England and Wales, engraved title by Jacob van Langeren with letterpress "The Use of all the insuing Tables" on verso, lacks printed title "A Book of the Names of all Parishes, Market Towns " [A1] and general map, 29 engraved "thumb.
Matthew Symons in A direction for the English traviller by which he shal be inabled to coast about all England and Wales. McMaster University Library, Banks Collection.
Cumbria vulgo Cumberland. Johannes Blaeu. Cumberland. Richard Blome in Britannia McMaster University Library, Banks Collection. In modern full calf, decorative gilt edge tooling. Spine, gilt tooling, raised bands, gilt titles to red morocco label.
Internally, engraved French title leaf, engraved English title leaf, engraved dedication leaf, contents leaf, followed by 24 leaves of hand coloured engraved plates of various actors in character, some plates datedgilt tooling to board edges and turn ins, original.
Jenner Table of distances, with map of Hampshire by Thomas Jenner,scale about 25 miles to 1 inch, derived from the map by Mathew Simmonspublished by Thomas Jenner, London, ; published Published in 'A DIRECTION FOR the English TRAVILLER By which he Shal be inabled to Coast about all England and Wales.
كتاب الطالب + المعلم – Traveller 4 – الصف الثاني ثانوي الفصل الثاني. ترافلر 4. رابط مباشر لكتاب الطالب. The following is an excerpt from the book, the full section is only available in the printed version: Matthew Simmons (–) was a member of the Stationers’ Company, a printer, bookseller and publisher.
The first edition of ‘A Direction for the English Traviller’ was produced by Simmons in and engraved by Jacob Van Langeren. This article describes the manuscript notes and exercises relating to dance which were written into a copy of Mathew Simons' map book, A Direction for the English Traviller, once owned by the dancing-master Kellom Tomlinson and now in the care of the Lilly Library at Indiana nature, contents and handwriting of the dance notes, which perhaps date from Author: Jennifer Thorp.
From A Direction for the English Traviller, the earliest English road book with maps. (engraved ). It seems likely that these maps were hurriedly reworked from the first edition (by Matthew Simons,with smaller county maps) to meet the demands of the armies in.‘ The English urban renaissance: the development of provincial urban culture c.
– ’, Social History, v (). Despite periods of stagnation, a broadly upward trend in all these sectors, though slow and intermittent, seems to be the consensus of opinion among economic historians, though convincing statistical confirmation of Cited by: 5. Thomas Jenner Thomas Jenner (fl) a print seller, publisher, puritan and parliamentarian is best known for two cartographic works; the reissue of Mathew Simons’ A Direction for the English Traviller; and a map of England and Wales known as the Quartermaster’s first he issued inhaving reworked the plates used by Simons (9) in.
A Direction for the English Traviller is small enough to slip into the ‘traviller’s’ pocket. The title page goes on to explain that readers will be ‘inabled to Coast about all England and Wales’ with the help of this road atlas.
A Direction for the English Traviller by which he shall be inabled to coast about all England and. كتاب الطالب + المعلم – Traveller 3 – الصف الثاني ثانوي الفصل الأول رابط مباشر لكتاب الطال.
The work first appeared in under the title ‘A Direction for the English Traviller’, published by Matthew Simmons, and contained a set of thumbnail maps of the counties. The maps were engraved by Jacob van Langeren, with each plate containing a map and distance table for the respective county.Surrey.
Uncommon copperplate engraving by Thomas Jenner first published in his pocket road book, A Direction for the English Traviller in The distance tables are copied from John Norden's England, An Intended Guyde of Norden was the inventor of these tables (no map was included in his publication).The map reference numbers in that book are included in the list below after the date, which is usually the year of the first issue, but in some cases is that for the particular edition illustrated.
from Mathew Simons's A Direction for the English Traviller (London, ) (Map 3G) Thomas Jenner. The larger map replacing 3F from Jenner's Author: John Barbrook.