Joseph Gilmore's Map of the City of Bath 1694-1717 - detail
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Bridewell Lane, Vicarage Lane, Bear Inn, Cock Lane, High Street. Just outside of the North Gate, St. Michael's without, Broad Street and Walcot Street, Barton Grounds and House, the Vineyards. The most iconic map of pre-Georgian Bath, Gilmore's map was bordered by remarkable images of Bath's lodging houses. In the style of a modern day tourist map, this gives a revealing insight into Medieval Bath. All by the Art & Industry of Joseph Gilmore Teacher of Mathematicks in the City of Bristol. Extracted by Dr. Guidot out of his Antiquities of Bath 1717. Sold by Henry Hammond Bookseller in Bath and Thomas Taylor, Map and print seller at the Golden Lion in Fleet Street, London.
Russell Maps Vol I p15 Gilmore IOB 1000
Bath Central Library