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Middlesex.  1610  John Norden in Camden's Britannia

Middlesex.   1610 John Speed in The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine

Middlesex.   1610 John Speed in The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine
(large clickable map)

Middlesex.   1610  William Kip  after Christopher Saxton in Camden's Britannia

Middlesex. (detail of Henley/Maidenhead area) 1610 John Speed

Hertfordshire and Middlesex . 1612-1622  Michael Drayton in the Polyolbion   Tooley Adams & Co.

Middlesex.   1627  Pieter van der Keere (63kb)

Middlesex.  1637 John Norden in  Britain, or a chorographicall description of England, — A re-issue of the maps in the 1610 edition of Phillip  Holland's translation of Camden's Britannia.(1607)

Middlesex. 1640  Jan Jansson

Middlesex.   1643  Matthew Simons in A Direction for the English Traviller pub. Thomas Jenner (distance tables by John Norden) (49kb)  Gillmark Gallery

Middlesex.   ca.1645  J. Blaeu

Middlesex   1662   Pieter van der Keere

A Mapp of ye County of Midlesex With its Hundreds , ca.1673.  Ric. Blome, in his Britannia

Cantii. Southsexiae. Surriae. et Middelsexiae comitat.    Christopher Saxon.
Engraving by Remigius Hogenbergius, dated 1575 the fourth state, published by Philip Lea in about 1680 with some alterations. Roads  were added and the hundreds are marked

Middlesex.  1681  Richard Blome engr. Wenceslaus Hollar in Speed's maps Epitomiz'd, first drawn and engraved 1667 and published in Thomas Taylor's England Exactly Described

Midlesex.   1695   Robert Morden in Camden's Britannia.

London.   1695  Robert Morden (detail from Middlesex in Camden's Britannia
                          The Archive CD Books Project

Accurater grundriss u Gegend der Koenigl Gross Brittannischen Haupt und Residentz Stadt London..  1710  Johann Homann

Middlesex.   1720  Emanuel Bowen and John Owen in Britannia Depicta   The Old Map Shop  

Middlesex.  1722 Robert Morden in Camden's Britannia   Robert Ross & Co.

Middlesex. ca.1724  Hermann Moll in   A New Description of England and Wales,

Middlesex. 1742 Thomas Badeslade. pub. W. H. Toms in Chorographica Britanniæ
(High resolution images of the 1st and the extensively revised  3rd states of this atlas)

Middlesex.   1744 J.Cowley for R.Dodsley's The Geography of Britain

Middlesex.  1746  Samuel Simpson in Simpson's agreeable historian or compleat english atlas

Middlesex   ca.1747  Thomas Hutchinson in T. Osborne's Geographia Magnae Britanniae.

Middlesex.  1748.  Thomas Kitchin for The London Magazine

Middlesex . 1756  R.W. Seale in The Universal Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure   Tooley Adams & Co.

The Roads from London to Bristol and Bath.
The Roads from Bristol and Bath to Worcester
.  1765
  Gentlemen's Magazine

The Road from... London to Islip. ca.1765 Gentleman's Magazine.

The Road from... London to Clifton (Berks). ca.1765 Gentleman's Magazine.

Middlesex. 1769 Thomas Bowen in England Displayed

London to Marlborough.   1778  page 1 of The Road from London to Bristol in the Gentleman's Magazine

Provincia di Middlesex.   1779  Antonio Zatta in Atlante Novissimo (vol.1)

A New Map of Middlesex.   1784  Thomas Conder in G. A. Walpoole's The New British Traveller

Middlesex.   1786  Thomas Kitchin, for Boswell's Historical Descriptions of New and Elegant Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of England and Wales pub. Alex Hogg ( a reprint of Kitchin's map published in the London Magazine (1747)      Robert Ross & Co.

Middlesex.  1787  John Seller in Grose's Antiquitiesof England and Wales Lee Jackson Antique Maps

Middlesex. ca.1787  John Cary  in his New and Correct English Atlas

Middlesex.   1787  John Cary in his New and Correct English Atlas   Your Old Maps Online

Die Gegend um London (The Environs of London).   1789   Franz Joseph von Reilly  in Schauplatz der Funf Theile Der Welte.

Middlesex. 1790  John Cary

Parts of Hertfordshire, Middlesex.   1794  John Cary,  section 25 of  of Cary's Map of England

Middlesex.   1798  E. Noble  engr. John Cary for Richard Gough's translation of Camden's Britannia, (2nd edition) pub.John Stockdale

Middlesex.    1803  John Aikin in England Delineated   The Old Map Shop

Middlesex.   ca. 1807   Cole & Roper to accompany The Beauties of England

Middlesex.  1809  John Cary  John Cary in his New and Correct English Atlas

Middlesex.   1812  J. Neele in John Wilke's Encyclopaedia Londinensis

Middlesex.   1819 Sidney Hall in Samuel Leigh's Leigh's New Atlas of England & Wales.

Middlesex.   1814  John Cary in Cary's Traveller's Companion   The Old Map Shop

Middlesex.  1829  Henry Teesdale in The New British Atlas          Rookesfineart

Middlesex.     1833 Sidney Hall in A New British Atlas   rookesfineart

Middlesex.   1836  W. Thomas Moule's The English Counties Delineated; or, A Topographical Description of England.

Middlesex.  ca.1840  J. Archer in Dugdale's Curiosities of Great Britain

Middlesex.  ca.1840  Sydney Hall in A Travelling County Atlas 

Middlesex .  ca.1840  Robert Creighton.engraved by T.Starling for Lewis' Topographical Dictionary  (65kb)             Robert Ross & Co.

Middlesex.   1840  J.Archer in Dugdale's England and Wales Delineated

Middlesex.  1860  Joshua Archer for Dugdales England and Wales Delineated   The Old Map Shop

Middlesex.  1861  B.R. Davies for the Weekly Despatch Atlas

Maygrove.   1866  Ordnance Survey

Hampstead.     1866 Ordnance Survey

Middlesex.   ca.1872 Ordnance Survey (detailed maps)

Middlesex.(East)  1885  Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales.   London Ancestor

Middlesex.(Western Section-North)  1885 
Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales.
London Ancestor

Middlesex.(Western Section-South)  1885  Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales.
London Ancestor

Middlesex.   1886  George Philip & Son, from Philips' Handy Atlas of the Counties of England.
                     (showing the new Parliamentary Divisions established 1885)

Middlesex.   1892  George Phillp and Son in Phillips Handy Atlas