Paterson’s Roads


Author: Edward Mogg
Date of Publication: 1829

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Being an Entirely Original and Accurate Description of all the Direct and Principal Cross Roads in England and Wales. with Part of the Roads of Scotland. The eighteenth revised and expanded edition of Edward Mogg’s famous account of roads and routes of England and Wales, some of Scotland, complete with all folding maps. The eighteenth edition of this influential account of all direct and principal roads of England and Wales, some of Scotland, expanded and revised with topographical sketches of cities, market towns, and villages, and descriptive accounts of the nobility and gentry, antiquities, natural curiosities, and more.

With forty-four pages of Appendix for the present edition to rear, featuring own title page.

With a folding frontispiece map with closed tears, held to frontispiece by minor cloth repair to extremity by a previous owner, may detach with further handling; and eleven further folding maps, ten of which to rear over eight folding sheets. With frontispiece map to the Appendix. Collated, complete. Written by Edward Mogg, London publisher known for his issues of maps and travel guides to London. A complete and comprehensive nineteenth century travel guide.

Hardback in generally good condition for age. Black and gilt edged boards are in good condition, bumping and scuffing to edges. Front board is a little detached in places. Inside is very clean with fold out maps intact. Nice example of a rare book.

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Weight 1.2 kg
Dimensions 22 × 14 × 5 cm