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Northumberland & Cumberland.   1616  Petrus Bertius

Northumberland.  1617  Pieter van den Keere,  published by Blaeu, in Amsterdam,in Guilielmi Camdeni Britannia1617; the set of miniatures used in this atlas was later acquired
by George Humble, and the single county plates were used by him in his
pocket Speed atlas, Latin county names being changed to English.
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<> Northumberland.  1626  John Bill in the  Abridgement of Camden's Brittania. Based on the
Saxton map; obverse about Cumberland.
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Holy Island.  1627. 
John Speed in The Theatre Of The Empire Of Great Britain
                                                                                                                     
Lindisfarne Prints

Northumberland.   ca.1630  Pieter van den Keere

Northumbria.   1635   Gerard Mercator poss.engraved Pieter van den Keere in Atlas Minor

Northumbria. 1635  Gerard Mercator   Atlas Minor, Jansson edition,  engraved by Pieter van den Keere or Abraham Goos.
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Northumberland.   1635  Gerard Mercator  Atlas Minor, engraving done for a Hondius edition of 1607; but the plates were later sold to an Englishman, M Sparke, who printed this plate from Historia Mundi or Mercator's Atlas in 1635. also, obverse, mainly concerning Cumberland.
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Comitatus Northumbria .  1648   J. Blaeu.

Northumbria(detail-NW borders) 1648   J. Blaeu

Holy Island and Farne.   ca.1650   Joan Blaeu

Comitatus Northumbria.   ca.1650 J.Blaeu

Northumberland.  1657  Thomas Jenner/Matthew Simons
From A Direction for the English Traviller , the earliest English road book with maps. 1657 (engraved 1643). It seems likely that these maps were hurriedly reworked from the first edition (by Matthew Simons, 1635, with smaller county maps) to meet the demands of the armies in the Civil War.  image courtesy of Brian Crawley

Northumbria, including the Counties of Northumberland, Cumberland, Durham, Westmoreland, Lancaster and York.   ca.1680    Nicolas Sanson

Northumberland. 1681(1745)  Richard Blome  Pub. Thomas Taylor in England Exactly
Described

 Blome first used his maps in Speed's Maps Epitomised , 1681 & 1685;
changed some dedications and republished them in his Cosmography , 1693;
Thomas Taylor wound up with the plates and used them in England Exactly
Described
1715 and following.
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Holy Island Staples and Barwick.   1693   Captain Greenville Collins in The Great Britain Coasting Pilot                                                          Grace Galleries

Northumberland. 1693   Richard Blome in Speed's Maps Epitomised, or England Exactly Described.    image courtesy of Brian Crawley

Northumberland.  1695   Robert Morden. Two details from Camden's Britannia

Farne & Holy Isle in "The Smaller Islands of the British Ocean".   ca.1701 Robert Morden in The New Description and State of England   image courtesy of Brian Crawley
Steve Bartrick Antique Prints & Maps

Northumberland   1701  John Seller in Camden's Britannia Abridg'd   Reduced from Speed and engraved by Francis Lamb.

Northumberland.  1710  Robert Morden, engraved by 1701, for The New Description and State of England; 1708, compass added by Moll for Fifty Six new and acurate maps of Great Britain, Ireland and Wales.   
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Northumberland.   1720  Emanuel Bowen and John Owen in Britannia Depicta   The Old Map Shop

Northumberland.    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)

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

Northumberland.   1745  Thomas Badeslade from the second edition of small county maps engraved by W. H.Toms, first issued in 1741-42. Entitled Chorographia Britanniae , it was said to have been produced for an intended royal tour by George II. Each map,engraved by W. H. Toms, has a column of historical and topical notes of great local interest. image courtesy of Brian Crawley

Northumberland.   1748  Thomas Osborne, in Geographia Magni Britannii, unsuccessful competitor to the Badeslade & Toms pocket atlas
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A Map of Northumberland 1749   Thomas Kitchin,  in Kitchin & Jeffrey's Small English Atlas.
                                            
Steve Bartrick Antique Prints & Maps

Hexham-Newcastle area.   1749   Thomas Kitchin (detail from map above)
                                           Steve Bartrick Antique Prints & Maps

Northumberland.  ca. 1750 Thomas Kitchin,  London Magazine,   republished c.
1780, The Antiquities of England and Wales by Henry Boswell, published by Alexander Hogg

Northumberland. 1759  John Gibson in New and Accurate Maps of the Counties of England and Wales    image courtesy of Brian Crawley

Northumberland.   1764  Andrew Dury in  A Collection Of Plans Of The Principal Cities Of Great Britain And Ireland With Maps Of The Coast Of The Said Kingdoms.
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The Road from... York to Berwick. ca.1765   Gentleman's Magazine.

The Road from London to Carlisle.   1766  J. Gibson inThe London Magazine
(via Staffs.,Cheshire, Lancashire, Westmoreland, Cumberland and Northumberland)

Northumberland.   1769   John Rocque,  originally published by Thomas Read between 1743 and 1746 under the title The English Traveller; revised by the surveyor John Rocque for
his Small English Atlas1752-64, final appearances 1769-70 in England Displayed(which publication this map is from)
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Northumberland.   1769  Thomas Bowen reengraved by Schenk.  pub. Pieter Meijer, 1757-­70, Algemeene Oefenschoole;     image courtesy of Brian Crawley

An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh  1776  Mostyyn John Armstrong,
Andys North of England Home Page

Budle Bay Area
Coquet, Hebron Area
Eastern N/land
Falstone Area
Harbottle Area
North-West N/land
South-East N/land
West Woodburn Area


Cumberland. Northumberland.   1784  Thomas Kitchin. published by Alexander Hogg in Walpole's New and Complete British Traveller                 Classical Images

Northumberland.   1786.  Thomas Kitchin.  pub. Alex Hogg

Northumberland.   1784  William Dalton in The New and Complete British Traveller pub. Alexander Hogg.    image courtesy of Brian Crawley

View of Newcastle upon Tyne.   1785  Alex Hogg
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Northumberland.   1787  John Cary in A New and Correct Atlas

Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead.   1788  engr. R. Beilby   Your Old Maps Online

Northumberland. 1772-87 John Seller in Antiquities of England and Wales by Francis Grose

Newcastle uppon Tyne.   1791 . Captain Greenville Collins in The Great Britain Coasting Pilot

Northumberland.   1793  Benjamin Baker from the Universal Magazine; a series of county maps appeared between 1791 and 1797. Indicates miles from London for the principal towns
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Northumberland.   1793  John Cary , in The New and Correct English Atlas
                                              Steve Bartrick Antique Prints & Maps

Newcastle area. 1793 John Cary(detail from map above) Steve Bartrick Antique Prints & Maps

Northumberland   1796  George Bickham Jnr. from A Curious Antique Collection Of Bird's Eye Views.
The Laurie and Whittle edition of Bickham's unusual bird's eye view map of the county.
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Northumberland.  1797  Benjamin Baker in The Universal Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure.

Northumberland.   1803 J. Aikin from England Delineated, printed for J. Johnson, St Paul's Churchyard, by T. Bensley, Holt Court, Fleet Street, 1803. Fifth edition.
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Northumberland. 1806 John Cary, in Cary's Traveller's Companion

A New Map of Northumberland. 1808  Charles Smith in Smith's New English Atlas.

Newcastle - city plan.   1808  G. Cole & C. Roper
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Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead.   1808 George Cole, engr. John Roper in The British Atlas                                                                   Your Old Maps Online

Northumberland.  1808   Bejamin Pitts Capper  in A Topographical Dictionary of the United Kingdom  pub.  R.Phillips 

Northumberland    1809  John Cary

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

Northumberland. 1819 S. Neele

Northumberland.  ca.1822  George A. Cooke  in the Modern British Traveller and 1810, Topography of Great Britain.    image courtesy of Brian Crawley

Northumberland and Durham.   1824  Aristide Michel Perrot
From
L'Angleterre ou Description Historique et Topographique du
Royaume uni de la Grande-Bretagne.
A miniature map of the county with
highly decorative border engraved by Adrien Migneret.
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Northumberland.     1833 Sidney Hall in A New British Atlas   rookesfineart

Northumberland   1833  John Archer.  White on black wood engraved print, published by William Pinnock  in The Guide to Knowledge     

Northumberland.  1834  Fullarton, A New And Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales.
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Berwick.   ca. 1835  Robert Creighton,  engr. J.& C. Walker for Samuel Lewis's Topographical Dictionary .

Morpeth.  ca. 1835  Robert Creighton,  engr. J.& C. Walker for Samuel Lewis's
Topographical Dictionary .

Newcastle.   ca. 1835  Robert Creighton,  engr. J.& C. Walker Samuel Lewis's Topographical Dictionary .

Gateshead.   1835  Robert Creighton,  engr. J. & C. Walker for Samuel Lewis's Topographical Dictionary

Northumberland.   1836 Thomas Moule

Northumberland.  1838  Thomas Moule engr. Schmollinger in The English Counties Delineated.
                                                                                         
    Your Old Maps Online

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

Northumberland.   1840 Robert Creighton, engr. J.&C.Walker in Samuel Lewis's Topographical Dictionary

Northumberland. 1842   Robert Creighton, engr. J.&C.Walker in Samuel Lewis's Topographical Dictionary           Robert Ross & Co.

Northumberland.   1844  Robert Creighton, engr. J.&C.Walker in Samuel Lewis's Topographical Dictionary   Your Old Maps Online

Northumberland.   1845-50   in Reuben Ramble's Travels through the Counties of England. With Maps and Historical Vignettes, published by William Darton . Lithographic reproductions of the maps in  Miller's New Miniature Atlas (1810) and intended for children.   image courtesy of Brian Crawley

Northumberland 1846   Sidney Hall, in A Travelling County Atlas  Steve Bartrick Antique Prints & Maps

Northumberland.   1848   J. Archer for Dugdale's England and Wales Delineated .

Newcastle - town plan.   1850  A. & C. Black
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Northumberland.  1852 or 1854.  Sydney Hall in A Travelling County Atlas.
This work was first published in 1842 and went through numerous updated editions until 1880.
This is one of the first editions to distinguish between completed railways (thick black line) and projected railways (thin hatched line), some of which were never completed.
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Route of the River Tyne (detail of N. Shields.)   1860  R.Fullarton for J. Bartholomew

Northumberland. 1863 John Dower in the Weekly Dispatch Atlas

Northumberland.  ca.1866  Ordnance survey (detailed maps)

Newcastle and Gateshead. 1880  cartographer not known

Newcastle upon Tyne. -city plan.   1883   George W. Bacon in The New Ordnance Atlas of the British Isles

Northumberland.(North)  1885  Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales.
                                                                           
London Ancestor

Northumberland.(South)  1885 
Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales.
                                                                             
London Ancestor

Jarrow to the mouth of the Tyne. 19th Century

Corbridge-Hexham area.   1889  Encyclopaedia Britannica

Plan of Newcastle.   1892   J. Bartholomew in Black's Handy Atlas

Embleton to Felton.   1895  detail from county map published by Cassell

Northumberland-Alnwick.  1898  J. Bartholomew. in the Royal Atlas of England and Wales
                                                          
     Art Source International  

Newcastle. town-plan(and detail)  1900 K.Baedeker 

Northumberland.   1904 Stanford's Geological Atlas of Great Britain.
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Northumberland.  1920  Players Cigarette Card
   
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