Ireland

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[ADMIRALTY CHART]. WELLER, Edward (Engraver).
Kinsale to Wexford. Compiled from the Latest Admiralty Surveys. The Topography from the Ordanance Survey. More
BARTHOLOMEW, J.
Irish Ports & Harbours. More
DOWER, J.
Ireland. More
FADEN, W.
A Map of Ireland divided into Provinces and Counties, showing the Great and Cross Roads with the distances of the principal Towns from Dublin. More
[KEERE, Pieter van den and SPEED, John].
[Ireland]. More
ORDNANCE SURVEY.
County Down. Surveyed by Captain English and Lieutenant Tucker R.E. in 1833, and engraved in 1834 under the direction of Lieutenant Larcom R.E. at the Ordnance Survey Office Phoenix Park by Francis Deeves the ornament by Francis Deeves, the writing by Charles Darling, Lieutenant Colonel Colby, ... Superintendent. Scale 6 inches to one statute mile. More
PITTERI, G. [Drawn by] and ZULIANI, G. [Engraver]. [ZATTA, Antonio].
(IRELAND). Parte Del Regno D'Irlanda, cioe' Le Provincie D'Ulster, E Leinster. / Parte Del Regno D'Irlanda, cioè Le Provincie Di Connaught, E Munster Di Nuova Projezione. More
ROCQUE, J
Map of the Kingdom of Ireland divided into Provinces, Counties and Baronies showing the archbishopricks, bishopricks, cities, boroughs, market towns, villages, barracks, mountains, lakes, bogs, rivers, bridges ferries, passes, also the great, the branch, & the by post roads, together with the inland, navigation &c. More
SEALE, R.W.
A Correct Chart of St. George's Channel and the Irish Sea, Including all the Coast of Ireland, and ye West Coast of Great Britain from Cantire to Portland Isle: ... More
SEALE, R.W.
A Correct Chart of St. George's Channel and the Irish Sea, Including all the Coast of Ireland, and ye West Coast of Great Britain from Cantire to Portland Isle: ... More
SPEED, John.
The Countie of Leinster with the Citie Dublin described. More
SPEED, John.
The Province of Connaugh with the Citie of Galwaye Described. More
SPEED, John.
The Province of Mounster. More
SPEED, John.
The Province of Ulster described More
STANFORD, Edward.
Stanford's New Map of Ireland in Counties & Baronies on the basis of The Ordnance Survey & The Census and adapted to the various branches of civil & religious administration. With Railways & Stations, Roads, Canals, Principal Parks, Antiquities and other features of Interest. More
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