An Accurate Map of the matchless Lake of Derwent,(situate in the most delightful Vale which perhaps ever Human Eye beheld) near Keswick, Cumberland, with West's seven Stations pointed out, beginning near Keswick, and numbering to the Left...[details of some notable topographical features follow].
Publish'd as the Act directs, August 20th. 1784, and Sold by P Crosthwaite at Keswick, T. Hodgson Stationer, No.425 Strand London, & R. Parker Book-seller Lancaster.
Engraved map with topographical vignettes, 240 x 445mm. 9½ x 17½".
Derwent Water in the Lake District, Cumbria. The lake occupies part of Borrowdale and lies immediately south of the town of Keswick. A first edition, from a series of maps of the lakes of the Lake District by Peter Crosthwaite, founder of the Museum of Keswick.
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