5 sheets of the Ordnance Survey of Ireland six-inch First Edition joined: County...

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Details of MR 1/1185
Reference:MR 1/1185
Description:

5 sheets of the Ordnance Survey of Ireland six-inch First Edition joined: County Londonderry sheets [XIII, XIV, XX, XXI and XXII]: the combined map covering the city of Londonderry and its environs in Templemore and Clondermot (or Glendermot) parishes, with areas outside of these parishes being left blank; (the whole of this area is now in Northern Ireland). The acreage of each township is shown. Scale: 6 inches to 1 mile. Surveyed by Captain [M A] Waters and Lieutenants [W] Lancey, [E] Vicars and [C E] Wilkinson, all of the Royal Engineers; engraved by John Oldham, under the direction of Lieutenant [T A] Larcon, Royal Engineers, at the Ordnance Survey Office, Phoenix Park, Dublin, 1831; ornamentation by James Duncan and J Macaulay; writing by Michael Sandys; [published 1833]. All of the marginalia, including sheet numbers, have been trimmed away; a small sheet, presumably taken from these trimmings, bearing a scale bar and mapmaker information has been affixed the the face of the map. Endorsed with the name of Lieutenant Colonel [T F] Colby, 1837.

Date: 1831-1837
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in The National Archives WO 78/367
Legal status: Public Record
Language: English
Map designation:
OS of Ireland six-inch First Edition
Dimensions: 188 cm x 153.5 cm
Map Scale: 1:10560
Physical condition: Engraved, with MS colouring
Publication note: Maps and Plans in the Public Record Office: I. British Isles, c.1410-1860 (London, 1967), entry 3937

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