Owen's new book of roads

Publication Date1779
Remainderor, a description of the roads of Great Britain. Being a companion to Owen's Complete book of fairs. Containing, I. An Alphabetical List of all the Cities, Towns, and remarkable Villages, in England and Wales; the Counties in which they are situated, and the Market-Days. II. The distance in measured Miles, from London, to the several Towns, &c. and from one Town to another on the several Roads. III. The Cross Roads. IV. The High Roads, and principal Cross Roads in Scotland. V. The general Roads of the Judges Circuits. VI. A concise Account of the Noblemens and Gentlemens Seats upon each Road. Vii. An Account of the Posts and Postage of Letters, as regulated by the Post-Master-General. The second edition, corrected and greatly improved. Illustrated with a neat and correct map of Great Britain, describing the principal Roads and chief Towns, &c. on a large Scale.
Extent[36]p.;220 columns;[1],222-228p.,plate
PublisherPrinted for W. Owen, No. 11, in Fleet-Street; and Mess. Goadby and Co. at Sherborne


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