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by Rawdon, Clark & Co., Albany & Rawdon, Wright & Co., New York. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.
It rests upon the London clay, and is watered by the Stour, Colne, Chelmer, Crouch, Thames, Roding, and Lea; the surface, flat near the coast and the rivers, is undulating and sometimes hilly towards the NW.; the soil is generally fertile. Essex -- but you should check this covers the area you are interested in. On the coast are several marshy islands, such as Canvey, Foulness, Wallasea, Mersea, &c. Essex is one of the Metropolitan shires, or "Six Home Counties, " and took its name from the East Saxons. For parliamentary purposes it is divided into 8 divisions, viz., South-western or Walthamstow, Southern or Romford, Western or Epping, Northern or Saffron Walden, North-Eastern or Harwich, Eastern or Maldon, Mid or Chelmsford, and South-Eastern, 1 member for each division. For statistics about Essex itself, go to Units and Statistics. A bibliography of New York State communities 3d ed., p. Howard Welsh rescued this copy which was obviously about to be broken up and disbound. Maps of the Genesee Valley & Finger Lakes Region 1776-1950, p. This copy is the 1st edition, second state, actually published in 1832. This historical cartographic image is part of the David Rumsey Historical Map Collection, a large collection of online antique, rare, old, and historical maps, atlases, globes, charts, and other cartographic items. Or you can view the entire David Rumsey Map Collection in Insight.
by Rawdon, Clark & Co., Albany & Rawdon, Wright & Co., New York.
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It was subsequently reorganised and downsized as part of the 1974 Local Government Act, losing nearly a third of its area in the process.
Before Britain's population grew over the centuries and regional administration became more sophisticated, people often identified more with their local parish when considering where they came from.
The Map of the City and County of New York is dated 2nd. Digital images and descriptive data © 2000 by Cartography Associates.