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TEESDALE, Henry, and Co.
[New British atlas. Prospectus]
Allow me to apprize you that we have with great pains & expence collected, ... all that useful and interesting matter ... in reference to the divisions of boroughs, population returns, polling places, and assessments and which information we have carefully introduced into a new edition of our much approved and extensively adopted British Atlas, which has been corrected to the present time ...
[London]: [1832?].
[4] p. ; 24.2 cm. (4º)

Folded half-sheet, final verso blank. Drop-head title. Undated. Lithographically printed prospectus, signed at end in facsimile 'Teesdale & Co'. Letters and orders were to be addressed to 'Mr. Deacon, 15, Furnivals Inn Holborn', i.e. the mapseller Thomas Deacon. Teesdale & Co.'s 48-map New British atlas was first published in 1829, with 'improved' editions in 1832 and 1835. The prospectus also announces that 'a New General Atlas of the World, forming a Second Volume to the above Work' has 'lately' been published; Teesdale & Co.'s A new general atlas of the world was first issued in March 1832.

Copy Notes Addressed in ink Sir.

Binding Folded paper.

Reference Number 6821


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