Mogg’s Illustration of Patterson’s Roads


Mogg’s illustration of Patterson’s Roads. A new map of England and Wales describing all the direct & principal cross roads, boroughs, market towns & villages, to which is added the actual distance from one market town to another; … and exact admeasurement of each from the Metropolis.

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The map and the men who made it

The speed and comfort of road travel in Britain increased enormously during the 18th century. Daniel Paterson (1739-1825) brought out the first edition of his ‘road book’ in 1771, and by the early 19th century his name had become almost as closely associated with travel by road as George Bradshaw’s would become with railway travel. The map could be bound with Mogg’s ‘Survey of the Roads from London to Brighton’ 1808, or sold separately as here.

Condition & materials

Copper engraving, 56.5 x 47.5 cm, original hand colour in outline, dissected into 15 panels and laid on linen, a little dusty, folding into worn slipcase with printed publisher’s label; ownership inscription of E Keates of Leek in Staffordshire inked to verso of map.


Mogg’s Illustration of Patterson’s Roads


MOGG, Edward

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Printed Area Measurements

56.5 x 47.5 cm