(see also London)
Palatium Regium Angliae Regno Appellatum Noncivtz [Nonsuch Palace] 1582 Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg
Yorke; Shrowsbury; Lancaster; Richmont. town plans. 1600 Georg Braun & Franz Hogenberg
Tooley Adams & Co.
Richmond. 1611 John Speed in The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine
Richmond Palace. 1617. Braun & Hogenberg
Surrey 1646 Pieter Van der Keere
Cantii. Southsexiae. Surriae. et Middelsexiae comitat. Christopher Saxon.
Engraving by Remigius Hogenbergius, dated 1575 the fourth state, published by Philip Lea in about 1680 in The Shires of England and Wales described by Christopher Saxton, with some alterations. Roads were added and the hundreds are marked
Surrey. 1681 Richard Blome. engr. Wenceslas Hollar (reissue by Thos Bakewell, 1750)
Kingston-Croydon Area 1695 John Seller (detail from Surrey in Anglia Contracta)
Surrey. 1742 Thomas Badeslade. pub. W. H. Toms in Chorographica Britanniæ
(High resolution images of the 1st and the extensively revised 3rd states of this atlas)
Surrey. 1753 John Rocque in The Small British Atlas
The Road from London to Landsend 1760 Gentleman's Magazine Lombard Antiquarian Maps & Pints
The Road from London to St. Davids 1760 Thomas Bowen in the Gentleman's Magazine
Lombard Antiquarian Maps & Pints
Surrey. ca.1762 John Rocque in The Small British Atlas (2nd. edn.)
Plan of the Surrey Side of the Thames with a Plan for Laying Out the Roads. 1766 Gentleman's Magazine
Lombard Antiquarian Maps & Pints
The Road from London to Arundel & Arundel to Chichester. 1767 London Magazine
Surrey. 1769 Thomas Bowen in England Displayed
Plan of the River Thames from Boulter's Lock to Mortlake in Surry. 1771Gentleman's Magazine
London to Marlborough. 1778 page 1 of The Road from London to Bristol in the Gentleman's Magazine
Die Gegend um London (The Environs of London). 1789 Franz Joseph von Reilly in Schauplatz der Funf Theile Der Welte.
The Parish of Christchurch. 1801 Robert Wilkinson.
Guildford. 1821 engr. John Greig
Surrey. 1828 J.Pass for the Encyclopaedia Londonensis
Surrey. 1830 J. Pigot and Co. (6 detailed extracts covering the whole county)Surrey. 1833 Sidney Hall in A New British Atlas rookesfineart
Chertsey-Kingston area. 1833 R.Fullarton detail from Surrey in James Bell's Gazetteer
Surrey. 1835 R.Creighton, engraved by J & C Walker published by S.Lewis in View of the
Representative History of England
Guildford. ca. 1835 Robert Creighton, engr. J.& C. Walker for Lewis' Topographical Dictionary.
Reigate. ca. 1835 Robert Creighton, engr. J.& C. Walker for Lewis' Topographical Dictionary.
Surrey. -electoral divisions and polling places. 1835 Robert Creighton engr. J. & C. Walker for Lewis' Topographical Dictionary.
Surrey. 1840 J. Archer in Dugdale's Curiosities
Surrey. 1843 J.Archer for Dugdales England and Wales Delineated
Surrey. 1844 Robert Creighton engr. J. & C. Walker for Lewis' Topographical Dictionary.
Kingston Area. 1848 W. Schmollinger.(detail from Surrey in Thomas Moule's The English Counties Delineated; or, A Topographical Description of England. )
Surrey. 1848 Robert Creighton engr. J. & C. Walker for Lewis' Topographical Dictionary.
London & the Estuary of the Thames. 1860 A.Vuillemin. Virtue & Co.
Surrey. 1861 B.R. Davies for the Weekly Dispatch
Surrey. ca.1870 Edward Weller in Cassel's Weekly Dispatch Atlas
The London and Brighton Railway. ca.1863 Edward Weller in The Weekly Dispatch.
Surrey. ca.1873 Ordnance Survey (detailed maps)
A Map of the Thames. 1879 Henry W. Taunt in New map of the River Thames written for the Tourist, the Oarsman and the Angler,on scale of two inches to a mile) from entirely new surveys finished during the summer of 1878, and corrected to the Present Time
The Old Map Shop
Guildford area. ca.1880 detail from County Map pub. William Mackenzie
Surrey. 1886 George, Philip & Son, from Philips' Handy Atlas of the Counties of EnglandSurrey. 1899 Encyclopaedia Brittannica
(showing the new Parliamentary Divisions established 1885)