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Cary, J.
Cary, John
Cary, John (Senior)
Cary, John (the elder)
approximately 1754-1835
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British Museum (Natural History)
Cary, William (1759-1825)
Hasker, Thomas
Kitchin, Thomas (d. 1784.)
Smith, William (1769-1839)
Snowden, George (18th cent)
Snowden, William (1775-1850)
Taylor, Isaac (17..-17.)
Carte routière de la Grande-Bretagne
Cary's new celestial globe, on which are correctly laid down upwards of 3500 stars. Selected from the most accurate observations and calculated for the year 1800. With the extent of each constellation precisely defined. By Mr. Gilpin of the Royal Society.
Cary's new itinerary, or, An accurate delineation of the great roads, both direct and cross, throughout England and Wales with many of the principal roads in Scotland, from an actual admeasurement made by command of His Majesty's postmaster general, for official purposes, under the direction and inspection of Thomas Hasker
Cary's New pocket plan of London, Westminster and Southwark : with all the adjacent buildings in St. George's Fields &c. &c. to which are annexed (from authority) the exact boundary of the rules of the King's Bench Prison; the situation of the receiving houses of the general & penny post offices; references to the public buildings &c. also a correct list of upwards of 350 hackney coach fares.
Cary's new terrestrial globe. Delineated from the best authorities extant; exhibiting the different tracks of Captain Cook, and the new discoveries made by him and other circumnavigators.
Cary's reduction of his large map of England and Wales, with part of Scotland...
Cary's reduction of his six sheet map of the British Isles : comprehending the whole of the turnpike roads, with the great rivers and the course of the different navigable canals, also the market and borough towns and villages adjoining the road, to which is added the actual distance from one market town to another, with the exact admeasurement to each from the metropolis
Country fifteen miles round London in 1786
Geological map of Oxfordshire
John Cary, engraver, map, chart and print-seller and globe-maker (1754 to 1835) : a bibliography with an introduction and biographical notes
John Cary's fifty page one inch to the mile pocket atlas
map of Hartfordshire, A : from the best authorities
New and correct English atlas
new chart of the world, on Mercator's projection, exhibiting the tracks & discoveries of the most eminent navigators to the present period, A
new map of Lancashire divided into hundreds, A : exhibiting its roads, rivers, parks &c.
new map of the county of Oxford, from an actual survey; on which are delineated; the course of the rivers and roads, the parks, gentlemens seats, heaths, woods, forests, commons &c. &c., A
New universal atlas
[Poetical Works]. - 1839 [1841]
Poland divided according to the Congress of Vienna
Survey of the high roads from London to Hampton Court, Bagshot, Oakingham ...
topographical plan of Manchester and Salford with the adjacent parts shewing also different allotments of land proposed to be built on ..., A
Traveller's companion
West Indies, including part of Virginia, North Carolina, East Florida, South Carolina, West Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, and the Gulf of Mexico, with part of the coast of South America: From the Bay of Honduras, to the mouth of the River Oronoko. From the latest and best authorities and actual observations., The