A Survey of the King's Lordship or Manor of East Greenwich, in the County of Kent...within or without the limits of the Ground granted for Erecting a Hospital for Seamen...
Rare engraving. Sheet 540 x 560mm (21¼ x 22"). Slight tear in bottom edge, hole in map surface, grease stains, old ink annotations on right.
A reduced version of a map compiled by Samuel Travers, 'Surveyor General of the Land Revenues of the Crown'. Orientated with north to the bottom, it shows the royal estate in 1695, shortly after Mary II ordered the creation of the Royal Hospital for Seamen at Greenwich.
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