image MS_92_067
Image number: RS.17494
Credit: ©The Royal Society

Map of the navigable passage from Bristol to London

Date

1690-91

Creator

Thomas Jenner (b.1601, British), Draughtsman

Object type

Archive reference number

Manuscript page number

p67

Material

Technique

Dimensions

height (page): 189mm
width (page): 923mm

Subject

Content object

map

Description

Engraved map of the passage from Bristol to London with the arms of the borough, composed of two smaller prints pasted together. Engraved by Thomas Jenner in 1668.

Inserted in 'Memoires of Naturall Remarques in the county of Wiltshire, to which are annexed observables of the same kind in the county of Surrey and Flynt-shire', by John Aubrey, FRS. This manuscript is a transcript of Aubrey's original, made by B. G. Cramer, Clerk to the Royal Society, in 1690-91.

Transcription

Thomas Ienner Fecit
Transcribed by the Making Visible project

Object history

By John Aubrey, FRS. This manuscript is a transcript of Aubrey's original manuscript (1685). It was transcribed by B. G. Cramer, Clerk to the Royal Society, at the behest of the Society in 1690-91.
At page 67 is inserted a map of a navigable passage from Bristol to London, engraved by Thomas Jenner in 1668, with the arms of the borough. Six leaves of additional matter are inserted at page 276, and four more at page 304.

Related Fellows

John Aubrey (1626-1697, British), Antiquary

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