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BOOMERANG MAP OF THE COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND
BOOMERANG MAP OF THE CO...
NASA/JPL-Caltech
 
International Space Sta...
 
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KSC-98PC-246 (January 30, 1998) --- KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Senior government officials from 15 countries participating in the International Space Station (ISS) signed agreements in Washington D.C. on Jan. 29 to establish the framework of cooperation among the partners on the design, development, operation and utilization of the Space Station. Acting Secretary of State Strobe Talbott signed the 1998 Intergovernmental Agreement on Space Station Cooperation with representatives of Russia, Japan, Canada, and participating countries of the European Space Agency (ESA), including Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Some of these officials then toured KSC's Space Station Processing Facility (SSPF) with NASA Administrator Daniel Goldin, at front, sixth from the left. They are, left to right, front to back: Hidetoshi Murayama, National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA); Louis Laurent, Embassy of France; Haakon Blankenborg, Norwegian Parliament Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs; His Excellency Joris Vos, ambassador of the Netherlands; His Excellency Tom Vraalsen, ambassador of Norway; Daniel Goldin; Luigi Berlinguer, Italian minister for education, scientific, and technological research; Antonio Rodota, director general, European Space Agency (ESA); Yvan Ylieff, Belgian minister of science and chairman of the ESA Ministerial Council; Jacqueline Ylieff; Masaaki Komatsu, KSC local NASDA representative and interpreter; Serge Ivanets, space attache, Embassy of Russia; Hiroshi Fujita, Science and Technology Agency of Japan; Akira Mizutani, Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Peter Grognard, science attache, Royal Embassy of Belgium; Michelangelo Pipan, Italian diplomatic counselor to the minister; His Excellency Gerhard Fulda, German Federal Foreign Office; Jorg Feustel-Buechl, ESA director of manned space flight and microgravity; A. Yakovenko, Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs; JoAnn Morgan, KSC associate director for Advanced Development and Shuttle Upgrades; Steve Francois, director, International Space Station and Shuttle Processing; Roy Tharpe, Boeing launch site manager; Jon Cowart, ISS elements manager; John Schumacher, NASA associate administrator for external relations; Didier Kechemair, space advisor to the French minister for education, research, and technology; Yoshinori Yoshimura, NASDA; and Loren Shriver, KSC deputy director for launch and payload processing. Node 1 of the ISS is in the background.
International Space Sta...
 
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ISS015-E-30526 (25 Sept. 2007) --- Fires in East Falkland Island in the South Atlantic Ocean are featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 15 crewmember on the International Space Station. The Falkland Islands are an overseas territory of the United Kingdom, referred to by Argentina (which also claims the islands) as the Islas Malvinas. The main islands of East Falkland and West Falkland are separated by Falkland Sound (12 kilometers) wide at the narrow point. Together they total about the same area as the State of Connecticut or Northern Ireland. The islands lie almost 500 kilometers from the Argentine coast and less than 1,000 kilometers from Antarctica. The first air links to these remote islands were only put in place in 1971. The capital city of Stanley lies on the eastern tip of East Falkland. The local inhabitants are mainly English speakers, and interestingly, the islands have become a center of English-language learning for students from South America. The windy and relatively dry climate has given rise to natural vegetation comprised of treeless grassland with scattered bogs. The grasslands are ideal for sheep rearing which was the dominant occupation until recent decades, when fishing (mainly squid to Spain) and tourism became the mainstay of the economy. These expanses of grassland provide ready fuel for fires, as indicated by the several long smoke plumes visible in this image.
International Space Sta...
 
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ISS014-E-16597 (10 March 2007) --- Isles of Scilly, United Kingdom is featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 14 crewmember on the International Space Station. The Isles of Scilly, an archipelago of approximately 150 islands, is located some 44 kilometers southwest of the westernmost point of England (Land's End). According to scientists, the islands are an erosional remnant of an ancient granite intrusion, and are notable because they have been inhabited for over 4000 years. Historical and geological evidence cited by NASA scientists on the Isles indicates that many of the islands were larger and/or connected in the recent past--this could be due to local subsidence, rising sea levels, or a combination of both factors. Even today, it is possible to walk between certain islands during low tides. The Isles have been designated a United Kingdom Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty due to their unique landscape, ecology, and historical significance. The potential effect of rising sea level on the Isles is a primary concern for both long-term ecosystem health and human habitability. This image illustrates the geographic configuration of the archipelago, and its effect on ocean wave patterns. Long linear swells oriented northeast-southwest and moving to the southeast (from upper left to lower right) are diffracted (bent) as they approach the coastlines and small shoals of the Isles. The wave diffraction forms complex interacting surface patterns--this is most clearly visible southwest of St. Mary's island (left). The dominant ocean wave pattern resumes to the southeast of St. Mary's, but with an additional northwest-southeast oriented pattern superimposed, possibly due to winds originating in the English channel to the east (not shown). Suspended, tan-colored sediments visible within and around the archipelago are locally derived from continuing wave erosion of the granite forming the islands and remobilization of beach sands. Bright white areas in the photograph are waves breaking on shoals.
International Space Sta...
 
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ISS014-E-06812 (30 Oct. 2006) --- Gibraltar Bay, located near the southernmost tip of the Iberian Peninsula in the western Mediterranean Sea, is featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 14 crewmember on the International Space Station. According to scientists, the famous Rock of Gibraltar that forms the northeastern border of the Bay is formed of Jurassic seafloor sediments that were lithified to form limestone (a rock formed predominantly of the mineral calcite) and subsequently uplifted as a result of collision of the African and Eurasian tectonic plates. The cities of La Linea and Algeciras bordering the Bay -- together with petroleum-processing facilities along the northern Bay shoreline -- are part of Spain, whereas the city of Gibraltar itself (to the west of and including the Rock) is under the jurisdiction of the United Kingdom. The protected waters of the Bay and its proximity to Africa and the Strait of Gibraltar as the gateway between the Atlantic and Mediterranean contribute to the region's past and current strategic and economic importance. Numerous ships and several ship wakes are visible within the Bay; the majority of these are freighters and cargo tankers accessing the petroleum facilities. Ships nearer to the Rock are more likely cruise ships, as Gibraltar is a popular destination for tourists. Partial sunglint within the Bay highlights surface water roughened by winds funneled into the Bay by the surrounding highlands -- one such area is visible directly to the west of La Linea.
International Space Sta...
 
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ISS010-E-22495 (2 April 2005) --- Numerous recognizable features appear in this detailed view of London, United Kingdom, photographed by an Expedition 10 crewmember on the International Space Station (ISS). The photographer had to look back along track for the shot, from a position over northern Germany. The most striking visual features are green open spaces such as Regent?s Park, Hyde Park and St. James?s Park east of Buckingham Palace. Many smaller parks indicate why Londoners are proud of being able to walk miles through the city mainly on grass. The River Thames?with its bridges and barges (some of the more than 14,000 craft registered to sail the Thames)?is the axis upon which the city was founded in Roman times. The relatively small area known as the City of London coincides with the ancient walled Roman city of Londinium on the north bank of the river (the line of the wall is marked closely for almost its entire length by modern streets), and includes St. Paul?s Cathedral near where the Roman temple stood. For scale, the river is 265 meters wide near St. Paul?s. The City is the financial center while Westminster is the center of government, including the Houses of Parliament and Downing Street, where the British Prime Minister lives. Several large structures visible in this image are railroad stations; three serving areas north of London (Euston, St. Pancras and King?s Cross), and Waterloo Station serving southern Britain. The London Eye, a famous Ferris wheel 140 meters high, is situated on an oval island in the River Thames, visible just west of Waterloo Station. Many larger buildings can also be identified, partly because they cast shadows?Buckingham Palace, St Paul?s Cathedral, and the Tate Modern art museum (a converted power station, the 99-meter chimney was designed to fall just short of the crest of St Paul?s dome).
Starry Bulges Yield Secrets to Galaxy Growth
Starry Bulges Yield Sec...
NGC 5689
 
Hubble Space Telescope Sky Survey Reveals Embryonic Galaxies
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Citizenship 2 The Civic Pattern.
Cons, G.J.; Pictorial C...
Citizenship 2 The Civic...
1848
Statistical Diagram
 
Author
[Cons, G.J., Pictorial Charts]
Full Title
Citizenship 2 The Civic Pattern.
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Date estimated. This diagram poster uses elements of the Isotype (International System of Typographic Picture Education) data visualization system. G.J. Cons was a senior lecturer in Geography at Goldsmith College, University of London. He wrote books and made films about geography. He believed that geography as a discipline had an important role to play in education: "In the fusion of the sciences and humanities, geography is restoring the balance of the imagination and the analytical intellect of science. It is achieving a real synthesis between the two conceptions of culture, the humanistic and the scientific and thus it is helping to close the rift. . . " (Cons, Handbook of Geography for Teachers.
Magnæ Britanniæ Regem
Danckerts, Cornelis, ap...
Magnæ Britanniæ Regem
1644
World Atlas
 
Author
Danckerts, Cornelis, approximately 1603-1656
Full Title
Nobilissimo Spectatissimo Dno. Do Michæli Blondo S: Coronæ Et Mti. Sveciæ Ad Serenissimvm Magnæ Britanniæ Regem A Mandatis Artis Scvlptoriæ Omnisqve Artificiosæ Elegantiæ Amatori. Hanc Novißimam et accuratißimam orbis Arctoi, imprimisque Regni Angliæ Tabulam, nuper quidem a doctiso. viro Do. T. Sanson delineatam, sed iam multis in locis auctam et emēdatam per Cor: Dankerm. Dedicat Consecratq. Cornelius Dankerus.
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1 map : copperplate engraving on 12 sheets, hand colour. Arms of the Tudor monarchs in the top right corner, on top of a decorative cartouche containing the title and dedication to Michael de Blond (or Blon, or Oblon), the Swedish Ambassador to England. Surrounding the inscription are various putti, who ride a dolphin (left), play with armour, sit on sheep (right), or support fruit swags hanging above Blond's arms (a saltire). Scale bars and imprint in a decorative cartouche in the bottom left. This is an impression of the first state of Danckerts' wall map, which was revised and reissued by his son Dancker around 1660. Confusingly, the 'Sanson' credited in the title is not Nicolas Sanson, Danckerts' famous contemporary, but probably Christopher Saxton, whose map of 1583 was clearly one of Danckerts' cartographic sources. In a sign of his reliance on Saxton, Danckerts has reproduced the (now outdated) Tudor arms in exactly the same place as Saxton, who in turn derived this detail from still earlier models, for example the small map of England by Richard Lyne (c. 1574). According to Rodney Shirley, Saxton's sheet was reissued sometime in the 1640s, and its timely reappearance might have spurred Danckerts to emulate it.
Nova Tabvla Angliæ Scotiæ Et Hiberniæ.
Allardt, Hugo, -1691
Nova Tabvla Angliæ Scot...
1657
World Atlas
 
Author
Allardt, Hugo, -1691
Full Title
Nova Tabvla Angliæ Scotiæ Et Hiberniæ.
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1 map : copperplate engraving on 6 sheets, hand colour. Oriented with north at the right. Arms of the kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland in the top left corner, suspended on ribbons issuing from the longitude bar. Inner title in the bottom left corner of the map, in a confidently etched cartouche decorated with a ram's skull and two tiger heads, which support a seated wingless putto. Crowned arms of France, Flanders, the Dutch Republic and Norway along the bottom edge, over the appropriate territories. Inset map of Denmark at the bottom edge of the map, also oriented with north at the right. The framing cartouche is adorned with the arms of Christian IV of Denmark (?) and Allardt's imprint. Scale bars in the bottom right corner, in a cartouche adorned with two putti and a ram - a counterpoint to the ram's skull in the opposite cartouche. Map surrounded by three descriptions of Britain, in English (left), Dutch (bottom), and Latin (right). This is one of two surviving copies of what was only the third wall map covering the entire British Isles, which appeared almost a century after the first (Mercator, 1564). As Rodney Shirley has noted, Allardt used engravings by Stefano della Bella as source material for the designs of his cartouches. The distinctive tiger's heads above the title, for example, are based on an illustration from the fourth and final plate of a series of animal heads by della Bella, which was published by Pierre Mariette I sometime around 1641.
Talis's Railway Map of Great Britain.
Martin, R.M. ; Tallis, ...
Talis's Railway Map of ...
1851
World Atlas
 
Author
[Martin, R.M., Tallis, J. & F.]
Full Title
Talis's Railway Map of Great Britain. Showing the Railways Completed, and the Stations on each line, up to the present time.
(ix) Britannicarum Insularum.
Ortelius, Abraham, 1527...
(ix) Britannicarum Insu...
1595
World Atlas
 
Author
[Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598, Vrients, Jan Baptista]
Full Title
Britannicarum Insularum Typus. Ex conatibus Geographicis Abrah. Ortelij. Cum privileg. decen. 1595.
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Part of the Parergon.
(114) Septentrionalium Regionum.
Ortelius, Abraham, 1527...
(114) Septentrionalium ...
1608
World Atlas
 
Author
[Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598, Vrients, Jan Baptista]
Full Title
Septentrionalium Regionum Descrip. Cum privilegio.
(45) Septentrionalium Regionum.
Ortelius, Abraham, 1527...
(45) Septentrionalium R...
1570
World Atlas
 
Author
Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598
Full Title
Septentrionalium Regionum Descrip. Cum privilegio.
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James, Henry; Great Bri...
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1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) (Continued) Specimen (of text) reproduced by the Anastatic Process from Letterpress.(to accompany) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. Session 1856.
Text Page: Specimen (of text) reproduced by the Anastatic Process from Letterpress.
James, Henry; Great Bri...
Text Page: Specimen (of...
1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Specimen (of text) reproduced by the Anastatic Process from Letterpress.(to accompany) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. Session 1856.
Plan of the Ordnance Survey Office; Phoenix Park
James, Henry; Great Bri...
Plan of the Ordnance Su...
1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
Plan of the Ordnance Survey Office; Phoenix Park. (to accompany) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. Session 1856.
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Detail plan, showing location and footprint of the Ordnance Survey buildings. Includes reference.
Plan (colored) of the Ordnance Survey Office ; Southampton
James, Henry; Great Bri...
Plan (colored) of the O...
1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
Plan (colored) of the Ordnance Survey Office ; Southampton. (to accompany) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. Session 1856.
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Detail plan, showing location and footprint of the Ordnance Survey buildings. Includes reference.
Plan of the Ordnance Survey Office ; Southampton
James, Henry; Great Bri...
Plan of the Ordnance Su...
1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
Plan of the Ordnance Survey Office ; Southampton. (to accompany) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. Session 1856.
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Detail plan, showing location and footprint of the Ordnance Survey buildings. Includes reference.
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1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Notice of the different processes adopted at the Ordnance Map Office Southampton in the publication of the maps and plans. (to accompany) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. Session 1856.
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2, 13 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. In two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans.
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1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Notice of the different processes adopted at the Ordnance Map Office Southampton in the publication of the maps and plans. (to accompany) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. Session 1856.
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2, 13 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. In two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans.
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1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Notice of the different processes adopted at the Ordnance Map Office Southampton in the publication of the maps and plans. (to accompany) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. Session 1856.
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2, 13 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. In two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans.
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1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Notice of the different processes adopted at the Ordnance Map Office Southampton in the publication of the maps and plans. (to accompany) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. Session 1856.
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2, 13 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. In two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans.
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1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Notice of the different processes adopted at the Ordnance Map Office Southampton in the publication of the maps and plans. (to accompany) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. Session 1856.
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2, 13 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. In two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans.
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James, Henry; Great Bri...
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1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Notice of the different processes adopted at the Ordnance Map Office Southampton in the publication of the maps and plans. (to accompany) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. Session 1856.
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2, 13 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. In two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans.
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James, Henry; Great Bri...
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1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Notice of the different processes adopted at the Ordnance Map Office Southampton in the publication of the maps and plans. (to accompany) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. Session 1856.
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2, 13 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. In two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans.
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James, Henry; Great Bri...
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1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Notice of the different processes adopted at the Ordnance Map Office Southampton in the publication of the maps and plans. (to accompany) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. Session 1856.
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2, 13 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. In two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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James, Henry; Great Bri...
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1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856.
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Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856.
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Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856.
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Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856.
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Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856.
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Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
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(Text Page to) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856.
Note
Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
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(Text Page to) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856.
Note
Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
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(Text Page to) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856.
Note
Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
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(Text Page to) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856.
Note
Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
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(Text Page to) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856.
Note
Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856.
Note
Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856.
Note
Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
Contents: Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56
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1857
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Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
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(Contents to) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856.
Note
Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
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(Half title Page to) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers. (with) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856.
Note
Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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1857
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Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856. (with) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers.
Note
Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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1857
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Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856. (with) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers.
Note
Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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1857
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Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856. (with) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers.
Note
Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856. (with) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers.
Note
Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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1857
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Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856. (with) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers.
Note
Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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1857
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Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856. (with) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers.
Note
Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856. (with) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers.
Note
Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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1857
Survey Book
 
Author
[Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, James, Henry]
Full Title
(Text Page to) Ordnance Survey. Treasury minute, dated 18 May 1855, and previous papers, relating to the Ordnance Survey. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's Command.) Session 1856. (with) Report on the Ordnance Survey of the United Kingdom for 1855-56. (Signed) Henry James, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers.
Note
Two papers bound in one volume, 19 & 27 pages, 28 maps (some color) and plans. With 15 page manuscript notice demonstrating different printing methods: electrotype, photographic reduction, hill sketching, hill shading, engraving, lithography, zincography, and anastatic process. And 10 pages of insert at the end of volume. Includes indexes to the Ordnance Surveys of England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Bound in brown covers measuring 32.5x22, with "Report of the Ordnance Survey -- 1855-56." stamped in gold on the black leather spine. Treasury minute includes memorandum by Sir Charles Trevelyan, Lord Elcho, and Sir Henry James. Inside front cover: page signed by Henry James, L'General ... 1875. We have two copies of this volume and have combined variant images from both.
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