Chelsea.Where may be had just Publish'd (most humbly inscrib'd to his Royal Highness Frederick Prince of Wales) Chorographia Britanniae, or a New set of Maps of all the Counties of England & Wales. Engraved on 53 Copper Plates, which were Drawn by order & for the Use of his late Majesty K. George I in a Neat Pocket Vol. Price in sheets 5.s Bd. 6.s There are some for the Curious Colour'd, in a Beautiful manner. Price B.d 12.s
Publish'd According to Act of Parliament June ye. 25. 1742. Sold by WH. Toms Engraver in Union Court Near Hatton Garden Holborn Price 5.s
Etching and engraving. 254 x 362mm. 10 x 14¼". Trimmed.
Chelsea and the Thames from Battersea. The most dominant building is the parish church of All Saints, now Chelsea Old Church. Along the bank are the wharves and moorings, as travelling on the river was the most frequent form of transportation. The river was wider and shallower than today as there were no embankments.
Longford: 141 [state not mentioned]. In the Chelsea Print Room.
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