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Scotland
Bib ID 6330220
Format MapMap [cartographic image, sheet]
Scale Scale approximately 1:700,000 (E 8°20'--E 2°25'/N 60°30'--S 55°35'). 
Description Edinburgh : Published by William Swinton successor to Mr. Thos. Brown [between 1823 and 1825] 
1 map : colour ; 79.6 x 51.8 cm, on sheet 83.2 x 52.5 cm 
Partial contents Inset: Shetland Isles. 
Notes

Map of Scotland showing cities, towns and shires. Relief shown by hachures.

Subjects Real property -- Scotland -- Maps.  |  Scotland -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1823-1825 
Form/genre Topographic maps.
Other authors/contributors Swinton, William, of Edinburgh, active 1823-1825

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