Mapping Manchester : A plan of the towns of Manchester & Salford in the county palatine of Lancaster.

Mapping Manchester

<p style='text-align: justify;'> Third version of series of maps published by Casson and Berry between 1741 and 1757. Wide border of oak leaves, with shell at each corner and scale in bottom centre of border. Down each side, 'Description of the towns of Manchester and Salford' and a reference to streets and buildings of note'. Inset right, the 1650 plan; at foot of sheet, the South-west prospect of Manchester & Salford. Below the view of St. Ann's Square, an advertisement. Engravings: B. Cole. sculp. [printed by] Palmer & Howe, Manchester. Plan contains eighteen views. Undated. With features from the 1746 edition: new engravings of the houses of Miles Bower and Mr. Johnson. From Berry's advertisement: Printed for and sold only by Jn. Berry, grocer, at the New Tea Ware-house in Manchester. </p>

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