John Cary

''A New Map of the British Isles, from the Latest Authorities 1807'', from John Cary's ''New Universal Atlas'' John Cary (c. 1754 – 1835) was an English cartographer. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Cary, John
Published 1787
Printed for John Cary, engraver, map and print-seller, the Corner of Arundel Street, Strand

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by Cary, John
Published 1786
printed for J. Cary. Published as the Act directs, June 20

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by Cary, John
Published 1755
Chez les Freres Vaillant

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by Cary, John
Published 1704
Printed by F. Collins in the Old Baily

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by Cary, John
Published 1755
et se vend à Paris, Quai des Augustins, chez Guillyn, au Lys D'Or

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by Cary, John
Published 1719
printed by S.Collins in the Old-Baily, and publish'd by Sam. Mabbat in Holbourn-Court in Grays-Inn

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by Cary, John
Published 1719
printed by S. Collins in the Old-Baily, and publish'd by Sam. Mabbat in Holbourn-Court in Grays-Inn

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by Cary, John
Published 1791
printed for John Cary. Map & Print seller, Strand. Eton

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by Cary, John
Published 1704
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by Cary, John
Published 1717
printed by Susanna Collins in the Old Baily, and sold by Tim. Goodwin at the Queen's Head against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-Street; and Edward Symon at the Corner of Popes-Head Alley in Cornhill

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by Cary, John
Published 1704
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by Cary, John
Published 1794
publish'd June 11th 1794 by J. Cary Engraver & Map-Seller, No. 181 Strand

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by Cary, John
Published 1790
printed for J. Cary, Engraver & Map seller. July 1st

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by Cary, John
Published 1795
printed for J. Cary, engraver and mapseller, No. 181, Strand. Novr. 2

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by Cary, John
Published 1718
printed by Susanna Collins in the Old-Baily, and publish'd by Sam. Mabbat in Holborn-Court in Grays-Inn