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A Topographical Map Of The Country Twenty Miles Round London 1800 - Circular Map

A Topographical Map Of The Country Twenty Miles Round London Osborne location era

A map of London, c 1800 - a wonderful, unique gift from Old Folding Maps, specialist publishers of historical maps & charts

A map of London, c 1800 - a wonderful, unique gift from Old Folding Maps, specialist publishers of historical maps charts

St Anne's Soho from Horwoods map of 1792

James Blanch and William Barlow in the Westminster pollbooks

Isaac Cruikshank, A Country Farmer & Waiter at Vauxhall. A farmer in country dress, on his first visit to Vauxhall, has ordered ham in expectation of a plateful of English gammon. When the waiter brings him the notoriously thin slices that were Vauxhall ham, the farmer is furious.

Lady P and Susana Visit Vauxhall Gardens (Part I)

PICTURE OF LONDON FOR 1813; Being a Correct Guide to All the Curiosities, Amusements, Exhibitions, Public Establishments and remarkable Objects in and near London.

PICTURE OF LONDON FOR 1802 Being a Correct Guide to All the Curiosities, Amusements, Exhibitions, Public Establishments and remarkable Objects in and near London.

London England :: Nash's Street Proposal for Charing Cross & Portland Place

The British architect John Nash died on the 13 May Responsible for much of the layout of Regency London, here is his plan of the new street from Charing Cross to Regent's Park, showing the drainage of the streets.

Card games such as whist, piquet and loo were popular games as long as the lady didn't become addicted to high stakes gambling.

Card games such as whist, piquet and loo were popular games as long as the lady didn't become addicted to high stakes gambling.

Almack's Voucher

Ladies' voucher for Almack's - used with kind permission STG Misc. Box 7 (Almack's Voucher) © The Huntington Library, San Marino, CA

James Yeomans, livery stables, via London Street Views (© Trustees of the British Museum)

James Yeomans, livery stables

James Yeomans, livery stables, via London Street Views (© Trustees of the British Museum)