Copperplate

R. Dawson : 22 items

Maps

R. Dawson    Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales…..together with Outline Maps showing the Divisions of Counties… 1832
£25
22 x 19.5cm


This lithographed map formed part of a Parliamentary Report showing proposed changes to electoral arrangements and boundaries which were subsequently enacted in the 1832 Reform Act. Parliament subsequently ordered the plans be published to the public at large, which was done the same year. Dawson was a Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers charged with survey and production of maps to illustrate the changes.Original colour.
Ref: MID 1316
 
R. Dawson    Parliamentary Representation …. Reports from Commissioners on Proposed Division of Counties and Boundaries of Boroughs 1831/2
£22
20 x 27cm


This map formed part of a Parliamentary Report, submitted in December 1831, showing proposed changes to electoral arrangements and boundaries which were subsequently enacted in the 1832 Reform Act. The report and maps were subsequently published for public consumption in 1832. Dawson was a Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers charged with survey and production of maps to illustrate the changes.
Ref: SHR 017
 
R. Dawson    Parliamentary Representation …. Reports from Commissioners on Proposed Division of Counties and Boundaries of Boroughs 1832
£30
28.5 x 17.0cm


This map formed part of a Parliamentary Report, submitted in December 1831, showing proposed changes to electoral arrangements and boundaries which were subsequently enacted in the 1832 Reform Act. The report and maps were subsequently published for public consumption in 1832. Dawson was a Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers charged with survey and production of maps to illustrate the changes. Original colour.
Ref: ISL 025
 
R. Dawson    Parliamentary Representation …. Reports from Commissioners on Proposed Division of Counties and Boundaries of Boroughs 1832
£30
28.5 x 17cm


Isle of Wight. This map formed part of a Parliamentary Report, submitted in December 1831, showing proposed changes to electoral arrangements and boundaries which were subsequently enacted in the 1832 Reform Act. The report and maps were subsequently published for public consumption in 1832. Dawson was a Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers charged with survey and production of maps to illustrate the changes. Original colour.
Ref: ISL 025
 
R. Dawson    Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales…..together with Outline Maps showing the Divisions of Counties… 1832
£15
20.5 x 26.5cm


This lithographed map formed part of a Parliamentary Report showing proposed changes to electoral arrangements and boundaries which were subsequently enacted in the 1832 Reform Act. Parliament subsequently ordered the plans be published to the public at large, which was done the same year. Dawson was a Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers charged with survey and production of maps to illustrate the changes. Original colour.
Ref: HUN 032
 

Town Plans

R. Dawson    Plans of the Municipal Boroughs of England and Wales 1832
£20
23 x 31cm


Beccles. This lithographed map formed part of a Parliamentary Report showing proposed changes to electoral arrangements and boundaries which were subsequently enacted in the 1832 Reform Act. Parliament subsequently ordered the plans be published to the public at large, which was done the same year. Dawson was a Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers charged with survey and production of maps to illustrate the changes.Original colour. A little light offsetting
Ref: TWN 004
 
R. Dawson    Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales 1832
£20
18 x 31cm


Buckingham. This lithographed map formed part of a Parliamentary Report showing proposed changes to electoral arrangements and boundaries which were subsequently enacted in the 1832 Reform Act. Parliament subsequently ordered the plans be published to the public at large, which was done the same year. Dawson was a Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers charged with survey and production of maps to illustrate the changes.Original colour. An ex-library blind stamp.
Ref: TWN 109
 
R. Dawson    Report of Commissioners…upon the Municipal Boundaries and Wards of Certain Boroughs and Towns - England and Wales 1837
£30
40 x 29cm


Colchester. Subsequent to the passing of the 1832 Reform Act, Parliament decided to initiate further more detailed work into borough and ward boundaries of selected towns. The Commissioners report was again accompanied by lithographic plans, drawn by Robert Dawson, and published in 1837. Original colour. A little light off-setting.
Ref: TWN 1641
 
R. Dawson    Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales 1832
£20
15.5 x 30.5cm


Daventry. This lithographed map formed part of a Parliamentary Report showing proposed changes to electoral arrangements and boundaries which were subsequently enacted in the 1832 Reform Act. Parliament subsequently ordered the plans be published to the public at large, which was done the same year. Dawson was a Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers charged with survey and production of maps to illustrate the changes.Original colour.
Ref: TWN 111
 
R. Dawson    Plans of the Municipal Boroughs of England and Wales 1832
£30
24.5 x 27.5cm


Hertford. This lithographed map formed part of a Parliamentary Report showing proposed changes to electoral arrangements and boundaries which were subsequently enacted in the 1832 Reform Act. Parliament subsequently ordered the plans be published to the public at large, which was done the same year. Dawson was a Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers charged with survey and production of maps to illustrate the changes.Original colour. A Little light off-setting.
Ref: TWN 1479
 
R. Dawson    Report of Commissioners…upon the Municipal Boundaries and Wards of Certain Boroughs and Towns - England and Wales 1837
£30
31 x 33.5cm


Sunderland. Subsequent to the passing of the 1832 Reform Act, Parliament decided to initiate further more detailed work into borough and ward boundaries of selected towns. The Commissioners report was accompanied by lithographic plans, drawn by Robert Dawson, and published in 1837. This example covers the borough of Sunderland together with adjacent townships and parishes. Original colour, and folds.
Ref: TWN 150
 
R. Dawson    Report of Commissioners…upon the Municipal Boundaries and Wards of Certain Boroughs and Towns - England and Wales 1837
£20
43.5 x 33cm


Chippenham. Subsequent to the passing of the 1832 Reform Act, Parliament decided to initiate further more detailed work into borough and ward boundaries of selected towns. The Commissioners report was again accompanied by lithographic plans, drawn by Robert Dawson, and published in 1837. This plan of Thetford is dated 1831, and may have been attached to copies of the original report submitted to MP's, or from the later general publication of 1837.Original colour. A short tear to the left white margin.
Ref: TWN 168
 
R. Dawson    Report of Commissioners…upon the Municipal Boundaries and Wards of Certain Boroughs and Towns - England and Wales 1837
£25
17.5 x 31cm


Lichfield. Subsequent to the passing of the 1832 Reform Act, Parliament decided to initiate further more detailed work into borough and ward boundaries of selected towns. The Commissioners report was again accompanied by lithographic plans, drawn by Robert Dawson, and published in 1837. Original colour.
Ref: TWN 106
 
R. Dawson    Plans of the Municipal Boroughs of England and Wales 1832
£30
23.5 x 30cm


Maidenhead. This lithographed map formed part of a Parliamentary Report showing proposed changes to electoral arrangements and boundaries which were subsequently enacted in the 1832 Reform Act. Parliament subsequently ordered the plans be published to the public at large, which was done the same year. Dawson was a Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers charged with survey and production of maps to illustrate the changes.Original colour. A little light off-setting. Supplied with 2 pages of text containing the Report of the Boundary Commissioners on the town.
Ref: TWN 1480
 
R. Dawson    Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales 1832
£18
15.5 x 29cm


Harwich. This lithographed map formed part of a Parliamentary Report showing proposed changes to electoral arrangements and boundaries which were subsequently enacted in the 1832 Reform Act. Parliament subsequently ordered the plans be published to the public at large, which was done the same year. Dawson was a Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers charged with survey and production of maps to illustrate the changes.Original colour. An ex-library blind stamp.
Ref: TWN 110
 
R. Dawson    Report of Commissioners…upon the Municipal Boundaries and Wards of Certain Boroughs and Towns - England and Wales 1837
£25
21 x 27cm


Northampton. Subsequent to the passing of the 1832 Reform Act, Parliament decided to initiate further more detailed work into borough and ward boundaries of selected towns. The Commissioners report was again accompanied by lithographic plans, drawn by Robert Dawson, and published in 1837. Original colour.
Ref: TWN 103
 
R. Dawson    Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales 1832
£20
18.5 x 28cm


Ludlow. This lithographed map formed part of a Parliamentary Report showing proposed changes to electoral arrangements and boundaries which were subsequently enacted in the 1832 Reform Act. Parliament subsequently ordered the plans be published to the public at large, which was done the same year. Dawson was a Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers charged with survey and production of maps to illustrate the changes.Original colour. A faint ex-library blind stamp.
Ref: TWN 105
 
R. Dawson    Report of Commissioners…upon the Municipal Boundaries and Wards of Certain Boroughs and Towns - England and Wales 1837
£25
19 x 31cm


Lincoln. Subsequent to the passing of the 1832 Reform Act, Parliament decided to initiate further more detailed work into borough and ward boundaries of selected towns. The Commissioners report was again accompanied by lithographic plans, drawn by Robert Dawson, and published in 1837. Original colour.
Ref: TWN 102
 
R. Dawson    Report of Commissioners…upon the Municipal Boundaries and Wards of Certain Boroughs and Towns - England and Wales 1837
£15
20 x 32cm


Boston. Subsequent to the passing of the 1832 Reform Act, Parliament decided to initiate further more detailed work into borough and ward boundaries of selected towns. The Commissioners report was again accompanied by lithographic plans, drawn by Robert Dawson, and published in 1837. Original colour. Some off-setting and a, ex-library blind stamp.
Ref: TWN 108
 
R. Dawson    Report of Commissioners…upon the Municipal Boundaries and Wards of Certain Boroughs and Towns - England and Wales 1837
£25
32 x20cm


Ipswich. Subsequent to the passing of the 1832 Reform Act, Parliament decided to initiate further more detailed work into borough and ward boundaries of selected towns. The Commissioners report was again accompanied by lithographic plans, drawn by Robert Dawson, and published in 1837. Original colour. An ex-library blind stamp, and a little light off-setting.
Ref: TWN 101
 
R. Dawson    Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales 1832
£20
17.5 x 31cm


Maldon. This lithographed map formed part of a Parliamentary Report showing proposed changes to electoral arrangements and boundaries which were subsequently enacted in the 1832 Reform Act. Parliament subsequently ordered the plans be published to the public at large, which was done the same year. Dawson was a Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers charged with survey and production of maps to illustrate the changes.Original colour.
Ref: TWN 107
 
R. Dawson    Plans of the Municipal Boroughs of England and Wales 1832
£30
37 x 29.5cm


Calne. This lithographed map formed part of a Parliamentary Report showing proposed changes to electoral arrangements and boundaries which were subsequently enacted in the 1832 Reform Act. Parliament subsequently ordered the plans be published to the public at large, which was done the same year. Dawson was a Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers charged with survey and production of maps to illustrate the changes.Original colour.
Ref: TWN 097