John Rocque

Catalogue of his engraved works

 
75. 1754: LONDON  state 5 1766 
A PLAN of LONDON on the same scale as that of PARIS: In Order to ascertain the Difference of the Extent of these two Rivals, / the Abbe de la Grive's plan of Paris, & that of London by J. Rocque have been divided into equal Squares where London Contains 39, and / Paris but 29, so that the Superfice of London to that of Paris as 39 to 29 or as 5455 Acres to 4028. London therefore exceeds Paris, by / 1427 Acres, the former being 8 1/2 square Miles & Paris only 6 1/3. by J. Rocque Chorographer to His MAJESTY ,in the Strand, London 1762. / With New Improvements to the Year 1766. / [vertical triple rule] / PLAN de LONDRES, &c. sur la même Echelle que Celui de PARIS, afin de constater la Difference en Grandeur de ces deux Rivals / on a devisé le Plan de Paris par l'Abbe de la Grive, et, Celui de Londre par J. Rocque, par desquarré donc Londres en Contient 39 & / Paris 29 Chaque quarré etant de 168440 Toises en Superficie, ce qui donne 7339 Arpens pour la surface de Londres, et 5416 pour celle / de Paris le surplus pour Londres et donc de 1923 Arpens. par J. Rocque Chorographe de S.A.R. Monseigneur le Prince de Galles a Londres 1754. [1a, ob - 5a, ob] R. Parr sculp. [5e, ob] To the most High Puissant & Noble Prince IOHN Duke of MONTAGUE &c. Grand Master of the most Honourable Order of the Bath, Master General of the Ordnance. / Master of the Great Wardrobe, & Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, &c. &c. This Plan is most humbly Inscrib'd by his Graces most devoted & Obed.t humble Servant. / John Rocque. [1e, ob - 5e, ob] Publish'd according to Act of Parliament. [3e, ob]
State 5: with additions to 1766. 

Howgego, London, (3).

76. 1754: LONDON  state 6 1769 
A PLAN of LONDON on the same scale as that of PARIS: In Order to ascertain the Difference of the Extent of these two Rivals, / the Abbe de la Grive's plan of Paris, & that of London by J. Rocque have been divided into equal Squares where London Contains 39, and / Paris but 29, so that the Superfice of London to that of Paris as 39 to 29 or as 5455 Acres to 4028. London therefore exceeds Paris, by / 1427 Acres, the former being 8 1/2 square Miles & Paris only 6 1/3. by J. Rocque Chorographer to His MAJESTY ,in the Strand, London 1762. / With New Improvements to the Year 1769. / [vertical triple rule] / PLAN de LONDRES, &c. sur la même Echelle que Celui de PARIS, afin de constater la Difference en Grandeur de ces deux Rivals / on a devisé le Plan de Paris par l'Abbe de la Grive, et, Celui de Londre par J. Rocque, par desquarré donc Londres en Contient 39 & / Paris 29 Chaque quarré etant de 168440 Toises en Superficie, ce qui donne 7339 Arpens pour la surface de Londres, et 5416 pour celle / de Paris le surplus pour Londres et donc de 1923 Arpens. par J. Rocque Chorographe de S.A.R. Monseigneur le Prince de Galles a Londres 1754. [1a, ob - 5a, ob] R. Parr sculp. [5e, ob] To the most High Puissant & Noble Prince IOHN Duke of MONTAGUE &c. Grand Master of the most Honourable Order of the Bath, Master General of the Ordnance. / Master of the Great Wardrobe, & Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, &c. &c. This Plan is most humbly Inscrib'd by his Graces most devoted & Obed.t humble Servant. / John Rocque. [1e, ob - 5e, ob] Printed for Robert Sayer N.o 53 in Fleet Street and Carington Bowles N.o 69 in S.t Pauls Churchyard. [3e, ob]
State 6: The imprint of Robert Sayer and Carington Bowles has been substituted, and the date in the title advanced to 1769.
77. 
1754: MIDDLESEX state 1
CARTE TOPOGRAPHIQUE DE LA COMTÉ DE MIDDLESEX. PAR JEAN ROCQUE TOPOGRAPHE de S.A.R. Monseigneur le Prince de GALLES. [TL: 1a, ob - 5a, ob] A TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX BY JOHN ROCQUE 1754. by Act of Parliament. [TR: 1a, ob - 5a, ob] TO HER / Royal Highness the Princess Dowager / OF WALES, This ACTUAL SURVEY of MIDDLESEX, / Is most Humbly Inscrib'd, By HER HIGHNESS'S / Most Dutifull and Most Obedient Servant / JOHN ROCQUE Chorographer to their Royal / Highness's the Late & Present Prince / of WALES, 1754. [TR: 5a]
[key] 'References to the Parishes within the Bills of Mortality ...' [BR: 5a] ' 

[scale] 'Statute Mile' - '3' (148mm) [TL: 3e, ob] 'Scales / of 3 Miles' - '3' (148mm) / 'Of Perches or Poles' - '1000' (152mm) / 'Of Yards' - '5000' (140mm) / 'Une lieue Commune' - '1' / '2000' Toises' - 2000' (118mm) [BL: 2d] 

[text] 'This County is 22 1/2 Miles in / Length ...' [in English and French] [5d] 

TL: 476 x 663  W: 492 x 671 
TR: 475 x 664  W: 491 x 670 
TL: 478 x 665  W: 483 x 673 
BR: 473 x 677  W: 482 x 683

78. 
1754: MIDDLESEX state 2 [1776 ca.] 
CARTE TOPOGRAPHIQUE DE LA COMTÉ DE MIDDLESEX. PAR JEAN ROCQUE TOPOGRAPHE de S.A.R. Monseigneur le Prince de GALLES. [TL: 1a, ob - 5a, ob] A TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX BY JOHN ROCQUE 1754. by Act of Parliament. [TR: 1a, ob - 5a, ob] TO HER / Royal Highness the Princess Dowager / OF WALES, This ACTUAL SURVEY of MIDDLESEX, / Is most Humbly Inscrib'd, By HER HIGHNESS'S / Most Dutifull and Most Obedient Servant / JOHN ROCQUE Chorographer to their Royal / Highness's the Late & Present Prince / of WALES, 1754. [TR: 5a]
[text] 'References to the Parishes within the Bills of Mortality ...' [BR: 5a] 

[scale] 'Statute Mile' - '3' (148mm) [TL: 3e, ob] 'Scales / of 3 Miles' - '3' (148mm) / 'Of Perches or Poles' - '1000' (152mm) / 'Of Yards' - '5000' (140mm) / 'Une lieue Commune' - '1' / '2000' Toises' - 2000' (118mm) [BL: 2d] 

[text] 'This County is 22 1/2 Miles in / Length ...' [in English and French] [5d] 

State 2: in state 1 a ferry is shown at Richmond, in state 2 'Richmond / Bridge' has been added [BL; 4c] In the text the number of parishes has been altered from 54 to 53, and the total, including the Parishes in the Bills of Mortality from 200 to 199, both in the English and French text [BL: 5e] 'BRENTFORD P.' is now named 'EALING P.' and 'TWYFORD P.' is named [4b & 5b] 'Battersea / Bridge' is inserted [BR: 2d] 'THE BILLS / OF MORTALITY' is engraved over London [3c & 3d]

79. 
1754: RICHMOND
AN EXACT PLAN OF THE ROYAL / Palace Gardens and Park at / RICHMOND / With SION HOUSE &c. on the Opposite Side / the River Thames. SURVEY'D & Publish'd by / John Rocque Chorographer / to his / ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES / 1754. / [scale bar] [2e-3e] PLAN DU PALAIS / Jardins et Parc de Richmond / á 8 Miles de LONDRES / levé et Publié par Jean Rocque / Chorographe de S.A.R. Monseigneur / le PRINCE DE GALLES. / 1754 / [scale bar].
[Insets] 'MERLINS CAVE' 80 x 100 [5a] 'HERMITAGE' 71 x 100 [5b]
[key] 'REFERENCES / 1-17 / 20-37.' [1e-2e] 'RENVOY. / 1-19 / 20-37.' [4e-5e] 

[scale] 'Scale of 1500 Feet' - '1500' / 'Half a Mile' (78mm) [2e] 'Echelle de 250 Toises' - '250' (81mm) 

IB: 319 x 447  B: 321 x 457   PM: 442 x 598

80. 1754: WILTON  state 1 
Plan / du Chateau, Jardin et Parc de / Wilton la Terre du Comte de Pembroke / situeé dans la Comté de Wilts. / à 75 Miles de LONDRES. / Par J. Rocque / 1754. / [vertical design] / An Exact / Survey of the Beautiful & Magnificent / House Garden & Park of the Right / Hon.ble the EARL of PEMBROKE. / With the Ancient Town of Wilton / 3 Miles from Salisbury by John Rocque / Chorographer to his Royal Highness / The PRINCE of WALES. [2a-4a] J. Bennett Fecit. [4c]
[Insets] 'North View of y.e Bridge' 100 x 148 [1a/b - 2a/b] 'Gate & Porters Lodge' 98 x 139 [1c-1d] 'Arcade' 89 x 140 [1d/1e - 2d/e] 'The East View of the Great Bridge' 84 x 151 [4a/b - 5a/b] 'View of y.e House' 106 x 143 [4c - 5c]
[key] 'REFERENCES / to the / PLANS of the FIRST STOREY.' 120 x 110 [4d/e - 5d/e] 

[scale] 'SCALES / A Quarter of a Mile' [no graduations, no numbers] (80mm) / 'of Feet' - [1] - [0] - 1600' (1600: 98mm) / 'Echelle de 270 Toises' [1] - [0] - 270' (270: 110mm) 

M: 335 x 300  W: 340 x 555  PM: 350 x 556

81. 1754: WILTON  state 2 [1770 ca.] 
Plan / du Chateau, Jardin et Parc de / Wilton la Terre du Comte de Pembroke / situeé dans la Comté de Wilts. / à 75 Miles de LONDRES. / Par J. Rocque / 1754. / [vertical design] / An Exact / Survey of the Beautiful & Magnificent / House Garden & Park of the Right / Hon.ble the EARL of PEMBROKE. / With the Ancient Town of Wilton / 3 Miles from Salisbury by John Rocque / Chorographer to his Royal Highness / The PRINCE of WALES. [2a-4a] J. Bennett Fecit. [4c] Published according to Act of Parliament Price 2.s 6.d Printed for Rob.t Sayer N.o 53 in Fleet Street. [2e, ob - 4e, ob]
[Insets] 'North View of y.e Bridge' 100 x 148 [1a/b - 2a/b] 'Gate & Porters Lodge' 98 x 139 [1c-1d] 'Arcade' 89 x 140 [1d/1e - 2d/e] 'The East View of the Great Bridge' 84 x 151 [4a/b - 5a/b] 'View of y.e House' 106 x 143 [4c - 5c]
[key] 'REFERENCES / to the / PLANS of the FIRST STOREY.' 120 x 110 [4d/e - 5d/e] 

[scale] 'SCALES / A Quarter of a Mile' [no graduations, no numbers] (80mm) / 'of Feet' - [1] - [0] - 1600' (1600: 98mm) / 'Echelle de 270 Toises' [1] - [0] - 270' (270: 110mm) 

M: 335 x 300  W: 340 x 555  PM: 350 x 556 

State 2: with Robert Sayer's imprint inserted.

82. 
1755: LIMA
A Scenographic PLAN / of the CITY of the KINGS, / otherwise called / LIMA, / the Capital of the Kingdoms of / PERU, / Situated in the Lat:d of 12:o 2' 31" South, / & Long:d 299:o 27' 7" 0/3 East from the / Meridian of Teneriffe, / as it was before the late Earthquakes. / [rule] / The Area of the City and Suburb / is 2 Square Miles or 1306 Acres. [5b] PLAN de la VILLE des ROYS, ou LIMA Capitale du PEROU situées a la Latitude Meridionale de 12:o 2' 31" Longitude 299:o 27' 7" 0/3 a l'Est du Meridien de Teneriffe par Jean Rocque Chorographe de S.A.R. Mons.r le PRINCE de GALLES 1755. [2a, ob - 4a, ob] Published According to Act of Parliament by John Rocque Chorographer to his Royal Highness y.e Prince of Wales in y.e Strand 1755. [3e, ob - 4e, ob]
[key] '1-34 / 35-55 / 56-70.' [1a/b - 2a] 

[scale] 'Scale of 4 Furlongs or half a Mile' - [4] (115mm) [2e, ob] 'Echelle de 300 Toises' - '[2]50' - [300] (81mm) [4e, ob] 

368 x 523  W: 377 x 523   PM: 382 x 539

81.
1755: PALAIRET NORTH AMERICA state 1
CARTE / DES POSSESSIONS / ANGLOISES & FRANÇOISES / DU CONTINENT DE / L'AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE / 1755. [5d] Tho.s Kitchin Sculp.t [3e] On trouvera dans le troisiéme volume de la Nouvelle Introduction à la Géographie Moderne, que l'Auteur de l'Atlas Méthodique doit publier incessament, la description des païs, des peuples & des colonies de ce continent. Se vend à Londres chez / M.rs Nourse, Vaillant, Millar, Rocque & autres; à Amsterdam & à Berlin chez M.r Neaulme, & à la Haye chez M.r P. Gosse. [2e, ob - 4e, ob]
[key] 'Explication. / [symbol marking French forts / colour code for the various colonial powers] [4d] 

[scale] 'Echelle. / Milles d'Angleterre de 69 au Degré' - '234' (78mm) / Lieues communes de France de 25 au Degré' - '125' (78mm) / Lieues marines de France & d'Angl. De 20 au Degré' - '100' [4d] 

415 x 578  PM: 443 x 601

82. 
1755: NORTH AMERICA state 2 [ca. 1756] 
CARTE / DES POSSESSIONS / ANGLOISES & FRANÇOISES / DU CONTINENT DE / L'AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE / 1755. [5d] Tho.s Kitchin Sculp.t [3e] On trouvera dans le troisiéme volume de la Nouvelle Introduction à la Géographie Moderne, que l'Auteur de l'Atlas Méthodique doit publier incessament, la description des païs, des peuples & des colonies de ce continent. Se vend à Londres chez / M.rs Nourse, Vaillant, Millar, Rocque & autres; à Amsterdam & à Berlin chez M.r Neaulme, & à la Haye chez M.r P. Gosse. [2e, ob - 4e, ob]
[key] 'Explication. / [symbol marking French forts / colour code for the various colonial powers] / n.b. La province de Main & la territoire de Sagadahook, sont / de la jurisdiction de Massachusets-Bay. [4d] 

[scale] 'Echelle. / Milles d'Angleterre de 69 au Degré' - '234' (78mm) / Lieues communes de France de 25 au Degré' - '125' (78mm) / Lieues marines de France & d'Angl. De 20 au Degré' - '100' [4d] 

413 x 576   PM: 440 x 598 

State 2: the note about Maine and Sagadahook Bay has been added to the key. The boundary between the English Colonies and the area occupied by allies of England but claimed by France is now engraved on the map, extending from 'Pensacola B.', on the Gulf Coast, to 'Niagara F.t' on Lake Ontario. The boundary between South Carolina and Georgia is now engraved, extending from Savannah to Augusta and then in a horizontal line to the western border of the map. The name 'la Fourche' has been inserted in a fork in the upper courseof one of the tributaries of the Mississippi River, between the 'Illinois R' and the 'Theakiki R', just east of 'F.t des Miamis' and to the south of Lake Michigan [2c]. 'NOUV.  / MEXICO' is named [1d]

83. 
1755: NORTH AMERICA state 3 [1763] 
CARTE / DES POSSESSIONS / ANGLOISES & FRANÇOISES / DU CONTINENT DE / L'AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE / 1755. [5d] Tho.s Kitchin Sculp.t [3e] On trouvera dans le troisiéme volume de la Nouvelle Introduction à la Géographie Moderne, que l'Auteur de l'Atlas Méthodique doit publier incessament, la description des païs, des peuples & des colonies de ce continent. Se vend à Londres chez / M.rs Nourse, Vaillant, Millar, Rocque & Sayer; à Amsterdam & à Berlin chez M.r Neaulme & Covens & Mortier, & la Haye chez M.r P. Gosse. [2e, ob - 4e, ob]
[key] 'Explication. / [symbol marking French forts / colour code for the various colonial powers] / n.b. La province de Main & la territoire de Sagadahook, sont / de la jurisdiction de Massachusets-Bay. [4d]

[scale] 'Echelle. / Milles d'Angleterre de 69 au Degré' - '234' (78mm) / Lieues communes de France de 25 au Degré' - '125' (78mm) / Lieues marines de France & d'Angl. De 20 au Degré' - '100' [4d] 

413 x 576  PM: 440 x 598 

State 3: described by Sellers and van Ee thus: 'The name "I. Palairet" has been added in the map, several boundaries altered, and additional place names inserted.' 

Sellers & Van Ee, 57;

84. 
[1756]: DUBLIN: KEY MAP state 1
A Plan of the CITY of DUBLIN and its ENVIRONS on the same Scale of LONDON, PARIS & ROME, by John ROCQUE, CHOROGRAPHER TO HIS R: H: the PRINCE of WALES. / [vertical rule] / PLAN de DUBLIN et de ces ENVIRONS sur la meme Echelle de ceux de LONDRES, PARIS, et ROME par J: ROCQUE CHOROGRAPHER de S:A:R: Monseigneur le PRINCE du GALLES. [1a, ob - 5a, ob] J:J: Perret sculpsit. [5e, ob] Published according to Act of Parliament. [3e, ob]
[scale] 'A Scale of an Irish Mile' - '320 Perches' (167mm) / 'A Scale of Yards' - '1000' (82mm) [1e, ob - 2e, ob] 'Echelle de Toises - '500' (92mm) / 'A Scale of an English Mile' - '320 Perches' (132mm) [4e, ob - 5e, ob] 

[text] This PLAN is to be follow'd by that of y.e City and Subburbs in four Sheets where every Particular will be Express'd as mention'd in the Proposal. [1b, olb - 1d, olb, to be read from the left] 

502 x 713  W: 508 x 713  PM: 521 x 730

85. 
[1756]: DUBLIN: KEY MAP state 2 [1760 ?] 
A Plan of the CITY of DUBLIN and its ENVIRONS on the same Scale of LONDON, PARIS & ROME, by John ROCQUE, CHOROGRAPHER TO HIS R: H: the PRINCE of WALES. / [vertical rule] / PLAN de DUBLIN et de ces ENVIRONS sur la meme Echelle de ceux de LONDRES, PARIS, et ROME par J: ROCQUE CHOROGRAPHER de S:A:R: Monseigneur le PRINCE du GALLES. [1a, ob - 5a, ob] J:J: Perret sculpsit. [5e, ob] Published according to Act of Parliament. [3e, ob]
[scale] 'A Scale of an Irish Mile' - '320 Perches' (167mm) / 'A Scale of Yards' - '1000' (82mm) [1e, ob - 2e, ob] 'Echelle de Toises - '500' (92mm) / 'A Scale of an English Mile' - '320 Perches' (132mm) [4e, ob - 5e, ob] 

503 x 700  W: 516 x 707  PM: 521 x 713 

State 2: lacking the reference to the four-sheet map outside the upper left border of the map.

86. 
1756: DUBLIN:  state 1
AN EXACT SURVEY of the CITY and SUBURBS / of DUBLIN in Which is Express'd the Ground Plot / of all PUBLICK BUILDINGS DWELLING HOUSES / WARE HOUSES Stables COURTS Yards &c. by / IOHN ROCQUE Chorographer to their / ROYAL HIGHNESSES the Late & Present Prince / of WALES. / 1756. [2a] TO / THEIR EXCELLENCIES Robert VISCOUNT JOCELYN / Lord HIGH CHANCELOR James EARL of KILDARE and / Brabazon EARL of BESSBOROUGH LORDS / Justices GENERALand GENERAL GOVERNORS of IRELAND, this / PLAN is Most Humbly inscribed by their EXCELLENCIES / most Dutiful and most Obedient humble / Servant / Iohn Rocque. [2b] Published according to Act of Parliament. [2e, ob] A. Dury sculp.t [3e] N.o 1 [1a] N.o 2 [5a] N.o 4 [1c] N.o 3 [3e]
[Inset] [Untitled Sketch Map Of Ireland] ib: 53 x 34 [2e]
[key] 'REFERENCES. / [list of symbols].' [2b] 

[scale] 'A Scale of British Feet' - '1000' (137mm) / 'Perches' / { Irish - '40' (106mm) / { English - '40' (84mm) / Echelle de Toises' - '110' (85mm) [2e] 

986 x 1410  PM: 999 x 1416 

This map is known in at least 5 states, of which the "second" may reflect gradual corrections over a period, rather than one process. For this see 'Two maps of 18th century Dublin and its surroundings by John Rocque', introduction by J.H. Andrews (Lympne Castle, Kent: Harry Margary, 1977).

87. 
1756: ST PHILIP'S CASTLE  state 1
A Plan of / S.T PHILIPS CASTLE, / on the Island of MINORCA; / with its Fortifications, & the Entrance / of the Harbour of Port Mahon / By Jn.o Armstrong Esq.r / Surveyor General to the Hon.ble Board of Ordnance. / [double rule] / To the Most High Puissant & Noble Prince / Charles Duke of Marlborough &c, Master Gen.l of y.e Ordnance / Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, &c. &c. / This Plan, is most humbly Inscribed / by his Graces most Devoted & Obed.t hum.ble Serv.t / Jn:o Rocque / 1756. [2c]
[key] 'Explanation. / A-I, K-T, V-Z, &, a-f.' [1d] 

[scale] 'Feet' - '2000' (124mm) [3e] 

662 x 455 PM: - x -

88. 
1756: ST PHILIP'S CASTLE  state 2 [1756 ca.] 
A Plan of / S.T PHILIPS CASTLE, / on the Island of MINORCA; / with its Fortifications, & the Entrance / of the Harbour of Port Mahon / By Jn.o Armstrong Esq.r / Surveyor General to the Hon.ble Board of Ordnance. / [double rule] / To the Most High Puissant & Noble Prince / Charles Duke of Marlborough &c, Master Gen.l of y.e Ordnance / Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, &c. &c. / This Plan, is most humbly Inscribed / by his Graces most Devoted & Obed.t hum.ble Serv.t / Jn.o Rocque / 1756. [2c]
[key] 'Explanation. / A-I, K-T, V-Z, &, a-f.' [1d] 

[scale] 'Feet' - '2000' (124mm) [3e] 

[note] 'NB This Plan shew's all the French Batterys / which were Erected during the Siege. [3d] 

662 x 455 PM: - x - 

State 2: a number of additions have been made, to show positions during the siege, including the reference to French siege positions. 'R. Rockpine' [2b] 'B. Le Blanc' with an unnamed battery to its left [4b], 'B. Louis Cours' [5c] 'B. S.t André' and 'B. S.t Michelle [4b], in 'S.t Philips / Town'], 'B Le Pellouse' 'B. Le Blanc' and 'B. Dolsie' [4b]. With the exception of 'B. Rockpine' and the unnamed battery, lines of fire have been engraved from these batteries to the fort.

89. 
1757: DUBLIN HARBOUR
A Survey of the CITY HARBOUR BAY and ENVIRONS of DUBLIN, on the same Scale as those of LONDON, PARIS & ROME. By / John Rocque CHOROGRAPHER TO HIS Royal Highness THE PRINCE of WALES. [1a, ob -3a, ob] PLAN de la VILLE, HAVRE, BAY & ENVIRONS de DUBLIN sur la meme Echelle de ceux de LONDRES, PARIS & ROME, par Jean Rocque Chorographe / de S:A:R: MONSEIGNEUR le PRINCE des GALLES. 1757. [3a, ob - 5a, ob] J: J: Perret sculpsit [3e, ob] To his Royal Highness Prince / EDWARD / This Plan is most / humbly inscribed / By / His Most Obedient / Humble Servant / John Rocque. [1b] Published according to Act of Parliament. [2e, ob]
[Insets] 'KILDARE HOUSE' [2b] 'G. Smith Delin. [1b] 120 x 209 [1a/b - 2a/b] 'THE BARRACKS' 120 x 207 [2a] THE ROYAL HOSPITAL' 112 x 130 [2a, ob; 2a] 'DUBLINE' [4d] 'Anno 1610' [4d] 'Dublin comme il etoit en 1610.' [4b] 'This PLAN is Copyed from that taken in 1610 and the / Spelling the Same as at that Time. [key] 1-18 / 19-36. [4d] 37-52, + / 53-69. [4d] 141 x 65 [4d]
[key] 'EXPLANATION. / [list of symbols in 7 columns] [3e, ob - 4e, ob] 

[scale] 'A Scale of an Irish Mile' - '320 Perches' (163mm) / 'A Scale of Yards - '1000' (81mm) [1e, ob - 2e, ob] 'Echelle de Toises' - [100] - [0] - '500' (76mm] / 'A Scale of an English Mile' - '320 Perches' (130mm) [2e, ob - 3e, ob] 

972 x 1390  W: 1008 x 1396

90. 
1757: MIDDLESEX
A Map of / the COUNTY of / MIDDLESEX / Reduced from an actual Survey in four Sheets / By John Rocque. / [rule] / Carte de la / PROVINCE / de MIDDLESEX reduite / D'apres un arpantage en quatre feuilles / Par Jean Rocque / 1757. [3a] Publish'd according to Act of Parliament by J. Rocque in the Strand. Price 2.s 6.d [2e-3e]
[scale] 'A Scale of 6 Miles' - '6' (150mm) / 'Scale of Perches or Poles' - '2000' (154mm) / 'Deux lieues commune' - '2 (135mm) [1e] 

[text] 'This County is 22 1/2 Miles / in Length ... [repeated in French] [5b] 

513 x 690  PM: 518 x 701

91. 1757: ROCHEFORT
A PLAN of the City, And the Harbour of ROCHEFORT, a place remarkable for its fine docks, & surprizing Magazines for Warlike Stores where from this Important / place are continually sent supplies of all sorts for Building Men of War to Brest, L'Orient, S.t Malo's, Toulon & several other Sea Ports in FRANCE. [1a, ob - 5a, ob] Publish'd according to Act of Parliament by E. Oakley Oct. 20. 1757. & Sold by J. Rocque near Round Court in the Strand. [2e, ob - 3e, ob]
[Insets] 'A MAP of the Island of AIX.' [scale] - '800 Yards' (32mm) 78 x 101 [5a]  [Untitled Chart Of The Environs of 'Rochefort' extending from 'La Rochelle' to 'Broage'] [scale] 'Leagues of France 25 to a Degree' - '5' (103mm) 81 x 167 [4d/e - 5d/e]
[Scale] '200 Fathom' (92mm) [3e] 

287 x 477  PM: 304 x 473

92. 
1757: ST. MARTINS
A PLAN of the CITY of S.T MARTINS in the ISLAND of RÉ Drawn by the Kings Engineer. [2a, ob - 4a, ob] Publish'd by In.o Rocque Topographer to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, next Old Round Court in the Strand, according to Act of Parliam.t October 20.th 1757. [2e, ob - 4e, ob]
[scale] - '300 Toises' (91mm) [4e-5e] 

[text] N.B. S.t Martin is a well Fortified Town / of France in the Island of Ré, three / Liegues from Rochell; which place / was besieged by the English in the / Years 1627, & 1696, but without success. [3c] 

148 x 271 W: 158 x 271

93. 
1757: TRINCHINOPOLY
A PLAN of the CITY / and the Country about / TRINCHINOPOLY. / with the Encampments of the / English & French Army; / that of the English Commanded by / Colonel Stringer Lawrence, in the Years 1753, & 1754. / [key] 1-4. [1d] To his Royal Highness / WILLIAM Duke of CUMBERLAND, / Captain General of his Majesty's Forces &c. &c. / This PLAN is most humbly inscrib'd, by his most Obedient Servant / John Rocque / Chorographer to his Royal Highness / the Prince of Wales. [5d] Publish'd according to Act of Parliament Aug.st 12.th 1757, & Sold by John Rocque near Round Court in the Strand. [3e, ob]
[scale] 'Scale of One Mile' - '1' (91mm) [1e] 

590 x 735  PM: 610 x 755

94. 
[1758: BRITTANY] 1758 
A CHART / of part of the coast of / BRETAGNEY & NORMANDY, / From Granville to Cape Frehel. / Taken from the Neptune François. / By Jn.o Rocque 1758. [1a] Publish'd according to Act June 14.th 1758. By Jn.o Rocque near Round Court in the Strand. [3e, ob
'Remarks or References. / ...' [5a-b] 'Echelle de 2 Lieüs' - '2' (46mm) [4e] 208 x 342 PM: 243 x 353
95. 1758: EUROPE  state 1
CARTE GÉNÉRALE / des Postes de / L'EUROPE. / dans laquelle / on a tracé toutes les Routes, et marqué / toutes les Places ou la Poste est établie. / Par le S.r Rocque Topographe de L.A.R. / le défunt et le présent / PRINCE de GALLES. / 1758. [1a] J. Gibson Sculp.t [5e] To the Right Hon:ble / George Montague, / EARL of CARDIGAN, / Baron Brudenell, &c. &c. / This Map of the / Post-Roads of / EUROPE / is Dedicated / by his Lordships / Most Obed.t Humble Serv.t / John Rocque. [1b] Publish'd Accor.g to Act of Parliament by J. Rocque Chro= / grapher to his R.H. the Prince of Wales near Round-Court / in the Strand. [5d]
[scale] 'Scale of English Miles 69 1/2 to a Degree' - '10' - '0 - '200' (200: 105mm) / 'Italian 60 Miles to a Degree' - '10' - '0' - '200' (200: 123mm) / 'Irish 55 Miles and 71 Poles to a Degree, Plantation Measure' - '10' - '0' - '200' (131mm) / 'Leagues 25 to a Degree' - '10' - '0' - '90' (90: 131mm) / ''Leagues 20 to a Degree' - '10' - '0' - '70' (70: 129mm) 'German 16 Miles to a Degree' - '10' - '0' - '60' (60: 123mm) / 'Versts 105 to a Degree' - '10' - '0' - '400' (141mm) [3b] 

825 x 878  PM: - x -

96. 1758: EUROPE  state 2 1786
A GENERAL MAP / OF THE / POST ROADS / OF EUROPE, / wherein / ALL THE POST STAGES / with THEIR DISTANCES / are particularly Expressed; / BY JOHN ROCQUE, / Topographer to THE KING. [1b] CARTE GÉNÉRALE / DES POSTES / DE L'EUROPE. / Dans laquelle on a Tracé Toutes les Routes, et / Marqué Tous les Lieux ou la Poste est Establie. / PAR LE SIEUR ROCQUE / Topographe du ROI. / A LONDRES / Chez Robert Sayer, Fleet Street, as the Act Directs. May 26.th 1786. [1a] J. Gibson Sculp.t [5e]
[scale] 'Scale of English Miles 69 1/2 to a Degree' - '10' - '0 - '200' (200: 105mm) / 'Italian 60 Miles to a Degree' - '10' - '0' - '200' (200: 123mm) / 'Irish 55 Miles and 71 Poles to a Degree, Plantation Measure' - '10' - '0' - '200' (131mm) / 'Leagues 25 to a Degree' - '10' - '0' - '90' (90: 131mm) / ''Leagues 20 to a Degree' - '10' - '0' - '70' (70: 129mm) 'German 16 Miles to a Degree' - '10' - '0' - '60' (60: 123mm) / 'Versts 105 to a Degree' - '10' - '0' - '400' (141mm) [3b] 

817 x 878  PM: - x - 

State 2: the new English title has been engraved in place of the original dedication, and the original French title has been re-engraved.

97. 
1758: GIBRALTAR state 1
PLAN of the PENINSULA / and part of the ISTHMUS, / of GIBRALTAR. / Inscribed to John Portland Esq.r / by his most humble Servant / Jn.o Rocque / 1758. [5a]
[1-66, 68-73, 67-69, in 16 columns] [1e, ob - 5e, ob] 

[scale] 'A Scale of 700 Feet to an Inch' - '2640 or half a Mile English' - '3000' Feet' (103mm) [4e] 

214 x 683  W: 234 x 683  PM: 243 x 702

98
1758: GIBRALTAR state 2 [1760 ca] 
PLAN of the PENINSULA / and part of the ISTHMUS, / of GIBRALTAR. / Inscribed to John Portland Esq.r / by his most humble Servant / Jn.o Rocque. [5a]
[1-66, 68-73, 67-69, in 16 columns] [1e, ob - 5e, ob] 

[scale] 'A Scale of 700 Feet to an Inch' - '2640 or half a Mile English' - '3000' Feet' (103mm) [4e] 

214 x 683  W: 234 x 683  PM: 243 x 702 

State 2: with the date deleted from the title.

99
1758: GIBRALTAR state 3 [1782] 
PLAN of the PENINSULA / and part of the ISTHMUS, / of GIBRALTAR. / Inscribed to John Portland Esq.r / by his most humble Servant / Jn.o Rocque. [5a] London, Printed for John Farrell, N.o 7 Pater Noster Row. [4e]
[1-66, 68-73, 67-69, in 16 columns] [1e, ob - 5e, ob] 

[scale] 'A Scale of 700 Feet to an Inch' - '2640 or half a Mile English' - '3000' Feet' (103mm) [4e] 

214 x 683  W: 234 x 683  PM: 243 x 702 

State 3: with the imprint of John Farrell inserted. The penultimate column of the key has been re-engraved [4e, ob], relating to the large fort on the left hand border [1c]. A new trench extends in a wavy line from this fort to the battery keyed '60' [2c]; originally there were two batteries here, but the uppermost of the two has been replaced by an oval fortification, with two gun positions show inside.

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100.
1758: KILKENNY
A / SURVEY of the CITY of KILKENNY / By / John Rocque Corrographer / To His / ROYAL HIGHNESS the PRINCE of WALES. [2a] G. Byrne sculp.t [5e] To / The R.t Hon.ble WILLIAM Earl / of Besborough, Lord Ponsonby, Baron Ponsonby of / Sysonby, Governor of the County of Kilkenny, one of the Lords for Executing / the Office of Lord High Treasurer, and one of His Majesty's / most Honourable Privy Council. This PLAN of / KILKENNY is most Humbly Inscribed by Your / Lordships Most obedient Serv.t / John Rocque. / 1758. [4e]
[scale] 'A Scale of British Feet' - '300' (74mm) [1d] 

[text] 'NB. This Plan is on the same Scale, / as those of London, Dublin, Cork, Bristol, / and Exeter, by the said Rocque. [1d] 

495 x 694

101. 
1758: LONDON AFTER THE FIRE
A Plan for Rebuilding the CITY after the Fire, Design'd by that Great Architect S.r CHRISOPH.R WREN and approv'd of by King and PARLIAMENT / but unhappily Defeated by FACTION. [1a, ob - 5a, ob] 

[set in a sheet entitled] VUES / DE LA / VILLE de LONDRES / Comme il etoit devant & apres / L'INCENDIE de 1666. / AVEC / Le PLAN pour la rebatir. / Projette par ce grand ARCHITECTE le / Chevalier CHRISTOPHLE WREN, & / aprouve par le Roi & PARLEMENT; mais / malheureusement rejettè par Faction. / Publiè par JEAN ROCQUE, / Chorographe deSon Altesse / royalle le Prince de GALLES. / 1758. [5a, orb - 5e, orb] 

'A PROSPECT of the CITY of LONDON from S. MARIE OVER STEEPLE in SOUTHWARK in its flourishing Condition before the FIRE' 
'Another PROSPECT of the above CITY taken from the Same PLACE as it Appeared after that DREADFULL FIRE in 1666'

[key] 'EXPLANATION to the PLAN / The shadowed part is that which escap'd the Conflagration / C. Churches M. Markets.' [1d, olb] 
[scale] 'A Scale of 1800 Feet.' - '100' - '0' - '1800' (54mm) [1e, olb] 'A Scale of 200 Toises' - '100' - '0' - '200' (35mm) / '560 Yards or 1/4 of a Mile Irish' - '60' - '0' - '500' (47mm) / '440 Yards of 1/4 of a Mile English' - '40' - '0' - '400' (34mm) [5e, orb] 

144 x 329  B: 348 x 519  Page: 359 x 519

102. 
[1758 ca.] L'ORIENT
A PLAN of the / CITY AND THE HARBOURS OF / L'ORIENT AND PORT LOUIS, / Drawn by the Kings Engineer. / Sold by John Rocque Chorographer to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales near Old Round Court in y.e Strand. [3a]
[key] 'a- d / [vertical rule] / e-h / [vertical rule] / i, l-n / [vertical rule] / o-r / [vertical rule] / s, t, v, x / [vertical rule] / y. z, &, 1 / [vertical rule] / 2-5.' [1e, ob - 5e, ob] 

[no scale] 

263 x 516  W: 284 x 516

103.
1758: ST. MALO
A PLAN of / S.T MALO'S, / Taken from Mons.r le Chevalier / de Beaurain, / Publish'd at Paris. / By Jn.o Rocque of London. / June 12.th 1758. [3b] Publish'd according to Act June 12.th 1758, by J. Rocque near Round Court in the Strand. [3e, ob - 4e, ob]
[Inset] 'PLAN DE / CHERBOURG / Ville de la Basse Normandie' [scale] '100 Toises' - '100 (28mm) (ib): 101 x 112 [4e; 4d/e - 5d/e]
[key] '1-39' [1b-1e] 

[scale] 'Echelle de deux Cent Toises' - '200' (90mm) [2e] 

240 x 341

104. 
1759: CORK  state 1 
A / SURVEY / OF THE / CITY and SUBURBS / OF / CORK / By J. Rocque / 1759. [1d] TO THE / RIGHT WORSHIPFUL THE / MAYOR ALDERMEN & / COMMON COUNCIL / of this CITY / This PLATE is Inscribed / by their most hum.ble Servant / John Rocque. [2a] Publish'd according to Act of Parliament May. [gap] 1759, by John Rocque Chorographer to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, near Round Court in the Strand London. Price 5 Shillings. [2e, ob - 4e, ob]
[scale] 'A Scale of British Feet' - [100] - [0] - '900' (900: 112mm) / 'One Furlong { Irish ) - '40 Perches' (101mm) { English - '40 Perches' (81mm) / { Toises - '110' (82mm) [1e] 

603 x 791 PM: 611 x 803

105. 1759: CORK  state 2 1771 
A / SURVEY / OF THE / CITY and SUBURBS / OF / CORK / By J. Rocque / 1759. / With All The New / Improvements to / 1771. [1d] TO THE / RIGHT WORSHIPFUL THE / MAYOR ALDERMEN & / COMMON COUNCIL / of this CITY / This PLATE is Inscribed / by their most hum.ble Servant / John Rocque. [2a] Publish'd according to Act of Parliament May. [gap] 1759, by John Rocque Chorographer to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, near Round Court in the Strand London. Price 5 Shillings. [2e, ob - 4e, ob]
[scale] 'A Scale of British Feet' - [100] - [0] - '900' (900: 112mm) / 'One Furlong { Irish ) - '40 Perches' (101mm) { English - '40 Perches' (81mm) / { Toises - '110' (82mm) [1e] 

596 x 804 

State 2: with the title now noting improvements to 1771.

106. 1759: CORK  state 3 1773 
A / SURVEY / OF THE / CITY and SUBURBS / OF / CORK / By J. Rocque / With All The New / Improvements to / 1773. [1d] TO THE / RIGHT WORSHIPFUL THE / MAYOR ALDERMEN & / COMMON COUNCIL / of this CITY / This PLATE is Inscribed / by their most hum.ble Servant / John Rocque. [2a] LONDON. Printed for ROB.T SAYER, Map and Printseller, N.o 53 in Fleet Street  [2e, ob - 4e, ob]
[scale] 'A Scale of British Feet' - [100] - [0] - '900' (900: 112mm) / 'One Furlong { Irish ) - '40 Perches' (101mm) { English - '40 Perches' (81mm) / { Toises - '110' (82mm) [1e] 

601 x 794  PM: 610 x 804 

State 3: with the title now noting improvements to 1773.

107. 
1759: DRESDEN
DRESDEN on the Elbe Capital of SAXONY, Residence of the Elector of SAXONY. / KING of POLAND. / [vertical double rule] / DRESDE, sur l'Elbe Capitale de la SAXE Residence de l'Electeur de SAXE ROY de POLOGNE. / A Londres chez le S:r Rocque. 1759. 1a, ob - 5a, ob] Sold by J. Rocque Near Old Round Court in the Strand London. [3e, ob]
[key] 'REFERENCES. / 1-50.' [5a, orb - 5e, orb] 51-60 / [double vertical rule] / 61-69 / [double vertical rule] / 70-79 / [double vertical rule] / 80-88 / [double vertical rule] / 89-98 / [double vertical rule] / 99-107 / [double vertical rule] / 108-117 / [double vertical rule] / 118-126 / [double vertical rule] / 127-136 / [double vertical rule] / 137-146. [1e, ob - 5e, ob] 

[scale] 'Scale of Pases' - '1000' (84mm) [5a, orb] 

[text] DRESDEN Capital of SAXONY is divided by the Elbe into Old and New Town The Bridge has 19 Arches and is 800 Paces long The Suburbs are Considerable being full of Houses the Castle is Magnificient. [1e, ob - 5e, ob] 

361 x 485   B: 361 x 547  W: 443 x 547  PM: 454 x -

108. 
1759: QUEBEC state 1
A PLAN of / QUEBEC. / QUEBEC. / The Capital of New France or Canada in America is situatd upon the / River S.t Lawrence at 57 deg. 12.m North Latitude Longitude 5.o degrees / 30. min west from the Island of Fero its distance from the Mouth / of the River is about 270 Miles an extent Navigable for Ships of most / ... [1a, olb - 1d, olb] Publish'd according to Act of Parliam. Jan. 1759 by E. Oakley & Sold by J. Rocque near Round Court in the Strand.' [3e, ob]
[Inset] 'The Port & Environs of Quebec. / as it was when attack'd by the English.' [3a]
[key] 'REFERENCES. / A-F [1a, olb - 1e, olb]

[scale] 'Scale of 300 Yards' - '300' (74mm) [4e] 

308 x 353  W: 321 x 508

109. 
1759: QUEBEC state 2 1759 
A PLAN of / QUEBEC. / QUEBEC. / The Capital of New France or Canada in America is situatd upon the / River S.t Lawrence at 57 deg. 12.m North Latitude Longitude 5.o degrees / 30. min west from the Island of Fero its distance from the Mouth / of the River is about 270 Miles an extent Navigable for Ships of most / ... [1a, olb - 1d, olb] Publish'd according to Act of Parliam.t Octob.r 1759 by E. Oakley & Sold by J. Rocque near Round Court in the Strand. [3e ob]
[Inset] 'The Port & Environs of Quebec. / as it was when attack'd by the English.' [3a] 'A Draught of part of the River S. Laurence.' [5a]
[key] 'REFERENCES. / A-F [1a, olb - 1e, olb] 

[scale] 'Scale of 300 Yards' - '300' (74mm) [5e] 

308 x 351  B: 308 x 507  W: 323 x 507  PM: 327 x 519 

State 2: with the month in the imprint revised to October 1759, and the second inset added:

109. 1760: ARMAGH COUNTY  state 1
A TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP of the County of ARMAGH, to which is Anex'd the PLANS of NEWRY and ARMAGH by Iohn Rocque. 1760. [1a, ob - 5a, ob] CARTE TOPOGRAPHIQUE de la PROVINCE D'ARMAGH ou se trouve les PLANS des VILLES D'ARMAGH et NEWRY, par I. Rocque, 1760. [TR: 1a, ob - 5a, ob] The First Sheet of an Actual SURVEY of the COUNTY of ARMAGH by John Rocque. [BL: 2a, ob - 4a, ob] THE 2.d Sheet. [BR: 2a, ob] To the most REV.D FATHER in GOD / GEORGE / LORD ARCHBISHOP OF ARMAGH / PRIMATE and METROPOLITAN of all / IRELAND / This SURVEY of the COUNTY of ARMAGH / Is humbly inscribed by His GRACES / Most obedient humble Servant / John Rocque. [BR: 2e]
[Insets] 'A PLAN of the TOWN of / NEWRY / Situated in the Countys of / DOWN and ARMAGH. / [scale bar].' [scale] 'A Scale of British Feet' - '900' [100] - [0] - '900' (900: 643mm)  (ib w:) 368 x 379 [TL: 1a; 1a-c - 3a/3d] 'A / PLAN / of the / CITY of / ARMAGH. / [rule] / REFERENCES. / A-I, K-R.' [scale] [100] - 0] - '900 Feet' (900: 72mm) 272 x 305 [TR: 5b; 3a/c - 5a/d]
[scale] 'A Scale of Irish Miles' - '3' (148mm) / 'A Scale of English Miles' - '3' (116mm) [BL: 4d] 

[text] NB: The Impossibilty of finding the true Mearings of the / BARONYS has Obliged us to have Recourse to S.r Will:m Petty's Surveys. [BF: 5e] 

TL: 472 x 655  W: 478 x 655  PM: - x 664 
TR: 469 x 653  W: 479 x 656 
BL: 469 x 652  W: 480 x 652 
BR: 469 x 651  W: 478 x 651  PM: 488 x - 

State 1: dedicated to George, Lord Archbishop of Armagh.

110. 
1760: ARMAGH COUNTY state 2 [1770 ca. ?] 
A TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP of the County of ARMAGH, to which is Anex'd the PLANS of NEWRY and ARMAGH by Iohn Rocque. [TL: 1a, ob - 5a, ob] CARTE TOPOGRAPHIQUE de la PROVINCE D'ARMAGH ou se trouve les PLANS des VILLES D'ARMAGH et NEWRY, par I. Rocque, 1760. [TR: 1a, ob - 5a, ob] The First Sheet of an Actual SURVEY of the COUNTY of ARMAGH by John Rocque. [BL: 2a, ob - 4a, ob] THE 2.d Sheet. [BR: 2a, ob] To the most REV.D FATHER in GOD / RICHARD / LORD ARCHBISHOP OF ARMAGH / PRIMATE and METROPOLITAN of all / IRELAND / This SURVEY of the COUNTY of ARMAGH / Is humbly inscribed by His GRACES / Most obedient humble Servant / John Rocque. [BR: 2e] LONDON. Printed for ROB.T SAYER, Map and Printseller, N.o 53, in Fleet Street. [BR: 2e, ob]
'A PLAN of the TOWN of / NEWRY / Situated in the Countys of / DOWN and ARMAGH. / [scale bar].' [scale] 'A Scale of British Feet' - '900' [100] - [0] - '900' (900: 643mm) (ib w:) 368 x 379 [TL: 1a; 1a-c - 3a/3d] 'A / PLAN / of the / CITY of / ARMAGH. / [rule] / REFERENCES. / A-I, K-R.' [scale] [100] - 0] - '900 Feet' (900 : 72mm) 272 x 305 [TR: 5b; 3a/c - 5a/d]
[scale] 'A Scale of Irish Miles' - '3' (148mm) / 'A Scale of English Miles' - '3' (116mm) [BL: 4d] 

[text] NB: The Impossibilty of finding the true Mearings of the / BARONYS has Obliged us to have Recourse to S.r Will:m Petty's Surveys. [BL: 5e] 

TL: 468 x 659  PM: 492 x 668 
TR: 469 x 650  PM: 493 x 668 
BL: 470 x 650  PM: 493 x 674 
BR: 464 x 649  PM: 488 x 673 

State 2: with the addition of Robert Sayer's imprint. The dedication is now to Richard, Lord Archbishop of Armagh.

111. 
[1760: ARMAGH COUNTY state 3 1802 
A TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP of the County of ARMAGH, to which is Anex'd the PLANS of NEWRY and ARMAGH by Iohn Rocque. [TL: 1a, ob - 5a, ob] CARTE TOPOGRAPHIQUE de la PROVINCE D'ARMAGH ou se trouve les PLANS des VILLES D'ARMAGH et NEWRY, par I. Rocque, 1760. [TR: 1a, ob - 5a, ob] The First Sheet of an Actual SURVEY of the COUNTY of ARMAGH by John Rocque. [BL: 2a, ob - 4a, ob] THE 2.d Sheet. [BR: 2a, ob] To the most REV.D FATHER in GOD / RICHARD / LORD ARCHBISHOP OF ARMAGH / PRIMATE and METROPOLITAN of all / IRELAND / This SURVEY of the COUNTY of ARMAGH / Is humbly inscribed by His GRACES / Most obedient humble Servant / John Rocque. [BR: 2e] London: Published by LAURIE & WHITTLE, 53 Fleet Street. 1802 [BR: 2e, ob] [BR: 2e, ob]
[Insets] 'A PLAN of the TOWN of / NEWRY / Situated in the Countys of / DOWN and ARMAGH. / [scale bar].' [scale] 'A Scale of British Feet' - [100] - [0] - '900' (900: 643mm) (ib w:) 368 x 379 [TL: 1a; 1a-c - 3a/3d] 'A / PLAN / of the / CITY of / ARMAGH. / [rule] / REFERENCES. / A-I, K-R.' [scale] [100] - [0] - '900 Feet' (900: 72mm) (ib w:) 272 x 305 [TR: 5b; 3a/c - 5a/d]
[scale] 'A Scale of Irish Miles' - '3' (148mm) / 'A Scale of English Miles' - '3' (116mm) [BL: 4d] 

NB: The Impossibilty of finding the true Mearings of the / BARONYS has Obliged us to have Recourse to S.r Will:m Petty's Surveys. [BL: 5e] 

TL: 468 x 659  PM: 492 x 668 
TR: 469 x 650  PM: 493 x 668 
BL: 470 x 650  PM: 493 x 674 
BR: 464 x 649 PM: 488 x 673 

State 3: with Laurie and Whittle's imprint substituted outside the lower border.

112. [1760 ca]: DUBLIN
AN ACTUAL SURVEY of the COUNTY of DUBLIN, on the same Scale, as those of MIDDLESEX, OXFORD, BERKS, & BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, by Iohn Rocque. [TL: 1a, ob - 5a, ob] CARTE TOPOGRAPHIQUE de la COMTE de DUBLIN Sur la meme Echelle de Ceux de MIDDLESEX, OXFORD, BARKS, & BUCKINGHAM. Par J. Rocque Chorographe  de S.A.R. Monseigneur le Prince de [Galles] [TR: 1a, ob - 5a, ob] To The High, Puissant and most Noble Prince, / IOHN DUKE OF BEDFORD / Marquess of Tavistock and Earl of Bedford / Baron Russell of CHENIES, Baron Russell of THORNHAUGH, and / Baron Howland of STREATHAM, one of the Lords of his / Majesties Most Honourable Privy Council / Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of the County / and Town of BEDFORD, And of the County of DEVON. & / CITY of EXETER, Major General of his Majesties Forces / Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter / Lord Lieutenant General and General  / Governor of the Kingdom of Ireland / This ACTUAL SURVEY of / the County of DUBLIN. / is humbly Inscribed By / HIS GRACES / Most Humble and / Obedient Servant / Jn.o Rocque. [TR: 4c]
[scale] 'A Scale of three Irish Miles' - '3' (188mm) / 'A Scale of three English Miles' - '3' (150mm) [BR: 4e] 
TL:  B: 576 x 786  W: 592 x 786 
TR: 570 x 787  W: 589 x 787 
BL: 573 x 788 
BR: 574 x 792 

Two proof forms are recorded.  The first, sent to the Duke of Bedford, is very incomplete.  The map was later re-issued by Robert Sayer and Laurie and Whittle.

113. 1760: GENEVA  state 1
PLAN of GENEVA and the Environs. [1a, ob - 2a, ob] PLAN de GENEVE avec ses Environs. [4a, ob - 5a, ob] Publish'd According to Act of Parliament 1760. [3e, ob]
[Insets] 'PLAN DE / GENEVE / Anciene.' 101 x 94 [1a] 'PLAN DE / GENEVE / en 1715.' 62 x 100 [5a] 'CARTE / du Balliage de Gexen France / et des Baillage de Ternier / et Gaillard en Savoye / avec / ce qui est de la dependance / de / GENEVE / Levè par M.r Grenier Comisaire / de la Republique.' [scale] '2 Lieues de 20 au Degré' - [8 units, no numbers] (31mm) 110 x 114 [3e]
[key] 'REFERENCES. / 1-28.' [1d-1e] 'REFERENCES. / 29-55. [5d-5e] 

[scale] '1/4 of a Statue Mile' [2 units, no numbers] (65mm) [2e, ob] 'Pieds de France' - '100' - '0' - '1100' (1100: 59mm) [4e, ob] 

476 x 626  W: 490 x 626  PM: 498 x -

114. 1760: GENEVA  state 2 [1760 ca.] 
PLAN of GENEVA and the Environs. [1a, ob - 2a, ob] PLAN de GENEVE avec ses Environs. [4a, ob - 5a, ob] Publish'd According to Act of Parliament 1760. [3e, ob] To Peter Gaussen Esq.r / This PLAN is Inscrib'd by his / most humble & Oblig'd Servant / I. Rocque. [3a]
[Insets] 'PLAN DE / GENEVE / Anciene.' 101 x 94 [1a] 'PLAN DE / GENEVE / en 1715.' 62 x 100 [5a] 'CARTE / du Balliage de Gexen France / et des Baillage de Ternier / et Gaillard en Savoye / avec / ce qui est de la dependance / de / GENEVE / Levè par M.r Grenier Comisaire / de la Republique.' [scale] '2 Lieues de 20 au Degré' - [8 units, no numbers] (31mm) 110 x 114 [3e]
[key] 'REFERENCES. / 1-28.' [1d-1e] 'REFERENCES. / 29-55. [5d-5e] 

[scale] '1/4 of a Statue Mile' [2 units, no numbers] (65mm) [2e, ob] 'Pieds de France' - '100' - '0' - '1100' (1100: 59mm) [4e, ob] 

State 2: not seen, but assumed from the third state, as it would seem plausible that the dedication was added at an intermediate between the first and third states.

115. 1760: GENEVA  state 3 1766 
PLAN of GENEVA and the Environs. [1a, ob - 2a, ob] PLAN de GENEVE avec ses Environs. [4a, ob - 5a, ob] Publish'd According to Act of Parliament 1766. [3e, ob] To Peter Gaussen Esq.r / This PLAN is Inscrib'd by his / most humble & Oblig'd Servant / I. Rocque. [3a]
[Insets] 'PLAN DE / GENEVE / Anciene.' 101 x 94 [1a] 'PLAN DE / GENEVE / en 1715.' 62 x 100 [5a] 'CARTE / du Balliage de Gexen France / et des Baillage de Ternier / et Gaillard en Savoye / avec / ce qui est de la dependance / de / GENEVE / Levè par M.r Grenier Comisaire / de la Republique.' [scale] '2 Lieues de 20 au Degré' - [8 units, no numbers] (31mm) 110 x 114 [3e]
[key] 'REFERENCES. / 1-28.' [1d-1e] 'REFERENCES. / 29-55. [5d-5e] 

[scale] '1/4 of a Statue Mile' [2 units, no numbers] (65mm) [2e, ob] 'Pieds de France' - '100' - '0' - '1100' (1100: 59mm) [4e, ob] 

State 3: the date in the imprint has been advanced to 1766.  A number of additions have been made in the map, although they could have been made either in state 2 (perhaps more plausible) or state 3. In the key is the addition '55 Les Pompes publiques' [5e], including 'Fontaine de / Meme' [2b], 

Additions include: 'Moulin / Pictet' [2b, in the Rhone], 'Foule' [2b, in the Rhone] 'Moulin / a / bateau' [2c, in the Rhone] 'Moulins / Chandon' [2c, in the Rhone] and 'Moulin / Cotteau' [2d, in the Rhone]; the 'Rue du Coutance' has been re-engraved, with 'v' shaped hatching on the upper side, and the key number 56 added in the place at the end [2b]; 'Les Painpiniere / de la Seigneurie' [2c] and 'Le Teatre' [2c] are named just above the inner line of fortifications, to the right of the southern part of the island in the Rhone. 'Terage / de Bomb' is noted [4b].

116. 1760: ROUVIER SWITZERLAND state 1
CARTE / DE / SUISSE / OU SONT / LES TREIZE CANTONS / LEURS ALLIÉS / ET LEURS SUJECTS / Dressée Rectifiée et Augmentée / sur les meilleurs Auteurs, sur plusieurs / Cartes Manuscrites et Observations / faites sur les Lieux / Par ABR: ROUVIER. 1760. [1a] T. Kitchin Sculp. [5e, in border] Presentée et Dediée / tres respecteusement a Son Excellence / Milord Vicomte de Ligonier / Membre de Conseil prive de sa Majesté Britannique / Chevalier de l'Ordre du Bain / Colonel du Premier Regiment des Gardes à Pied / Feld Marechal & Commandant en Chef des Armées de la / GRANDE BRETAGNE / Grand Maitre d'Artillerie &c. &c. &c. / Par son tres humble / et tres obeissant Serviteur / A. Rouvier. [1b] Publish'd by A. Rouvier 1760 According to Act of Parliament. [3e, ob]
[Inset] [William Tell Shooting The Apple Off His Son's Head] [2a]
[key] 'Explication des Marques. / [symbols, in three columns].' [4d-5d] 

[scale] Echelle. / de Douze Lieues communes de Suisse donít 24 font un Degre.' - '12' (104mm) [4e] 

512 x 678  PM: 530 x 697

117. 1760: ROUVIER SWITZERLAND state 2 1760 
CARTE / DE / SUISSE / OU SONT / LES TREIZE CANTONS / LEURS ALLIÉS / ET LEURS SUJECTS / Dressée Rectifiée et Augmentée / sur les meilleurs Auteurs, sur plusieurs / Cartes Manuscrites et Observations / faites sur les Lieux / Par ABR: ROUVIER. 1760. [1a]  A NEW MAP of SWITZERLAND by A. ROUVIER, Revised and Improved by IOHN ROCQUE Topographer to his R.H. the Prince of Wales 1760. [2a, ob - 4a, ob] T. Kitchin Sculp. [5e, in border] Presentée et Dediée / tres respecteusement a Son Excellence / Milord Vicomte de Ligonier / Membre de Conseil prive de sa Majesté Britannique / Chevalier de l'Ordre du Bain / Colonel du Premier Regiment des Gardes à Pied / Feld Marechal & Commandant en Chef des Armées de la / GRANDE BRETAGNE / Grand Maitre d'Artillerie &c. &c. &c. / Par son tres humble / et tres obeissant Serviteur / A. Rouvier. [1b] Publish'd by I. Rocque 1760 According to Act of Parliament. Near Round Court in the Strand London. [3e, ob]
[Inset] [William Tell Shooting The Apple Off His Son's Head] [2a]
[scale] 'Echelle. / de Douze Lieues communes de Suisse donít 24 font un Degre.' - '12' (104mm) [4e] 

[text] 'AVERTISSEMENT. / ...' [5a-5b] 

511 x 675  PM: 534 x 696 

State 2: with the second title added outside the upper border, and Rocque's imprint substituted in the lower border. Despite his claim, there does not appear to be any additions in the map.

118. [1760] IRELAND  state 1
A MAPP OF THE / Kingdom of Ireland, divided into / Provinces, Counties and Baronies, Shewing / The Archbishopricks, Bishopricks, Cities, Boroughs, Market Towns, / Villages, Barracks, Mountains, Lakes, Bogs, Rivers, Bridges, / Ferries, Passes; Also the Great, the Branch, & the By Post Roads, together with the Inland Navigation &c. by J: ROCQUE / Chorographer to y.e Prince of Wales. [2a]
Inset: 'The Sea Coasts of GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND.' [5e]
[key] [list of symbols] [5d] 

'English Miles 69 and a half to a Degree' - '40' 'Irish Miles in proportion to the English ...' [3e] 

967 x 1250  4 sheets joined 

State 1: hypothetical state, presumably with Rocque's imprint.

119. [1760] IRELAND  state 2 [1770 ca.] 
A MAPP OF THE / Kingdom of Ireland, divided into / Provinces, Counties and Baronies, Shewing / The Archbishopricks, Bishopricks, Cities, Boroughs, Market Towns, / Villages, Barracks, Mountains, Lakes, Bogs, Rivers, Bridges, / Ferries, Passes; Also the Great, the Branch, & the By Post Roads, together with the Inland Navigation &c. by J: ROCQUE / Chorographer to  y.e Prince of Wales. [2a] London Printed for Rob.t Sayer opposite Fetter Lane Fleet Street. [3e]
Inset: 'The Sea Coasts of GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND.' [5e]
[key] [list of symbols] [5d] 

'English Miles 69 and a half to a Degree' - '40' 'Irish Miles in proportion to the English ...' [3e] 

967 x 1250  4 sheets joined 

State 2: with Sayer's imprint inserted.

120. [1760] IRELAND  state 3 [1770 ca.] 
A MAPP OF THE / Kingdom of Ireland, divided into / Provinces, Counties and Baronies, Shewing / The Archbishopricks, Bishopricks, Cities, Boroughs, Market Towns, / Villages, Barracks, Mountains, Lakes, Bogs, Rivers, Bridges, / Ferries, Passes; Also the Great, the Branch, & the By Post Roads, together with the Inland Navigation &c. by J: ROCQUE / Chorographer to HIS MAJESTY. [2a] London Printed for Rob.t Sayer opposite Fetter Lane Fleet Street. [3e]
Inset: 'The Sea Coasts of GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND.' [5e]
[key] [list of symbols] [5d] 

'English Miles 69 and a half to a Degree' - '40' 'Irish Miles in proportion to the English ...' [3e] 

967 x 1250  4 sheets joined 

State 3: with Rocque's title altered. A later state has the imprint of Laurie and Whittle substituted.

121. 
1761: BERKSHIRE 1761 
A TOPOOGRAPHICAL MAP, OF THE COUNTY, / OF BERKS, BY JOHN ROCQUE, TOPOGRAPHER TO HIS MAJESTY, 1761. [XVIII & XVII] CARTE TOPOGRAPHIQUE DE LE COMTÉ DE BERKS, / PAR JEAN ROCQUE, TOPOGRAPHE DE SA MAJESTÉ BRITANNIQUE, 1761. [XIV & XIII] TO HIS / Sacred Majesty, / GEORGE the THIRD, / this Survey of / BERKSHIRE; / is most humbly Inscrib'd, / by his MAJESTY'S / Dutiful, Obliged, Loyal / Subject, & humble Servant, JOHN ROCQUE. // S. Wale delin. A. Walker sculp. [title cartouche] [XV] L.F. Deharme Sculp.t [III: 5e] Publish'd According to Act of Parliament by Iohn Rocque 1761. [V: 1e, ob]
[Inset] 'A Plan of READING.' [scale] 'Scales of Yards' - '800' (67mm) 'Of Perches' - 150' (66mm) [both engraved in reverse order] [text] 'A Short Account of the Antiquity of Reading. / ...' [III: 3e] 155 x 166 [III: 1e]  [Berkshire south of 'Bacons Farm'] [V: 4d]
[scale] 'Scales' / 'of Miles' - '3' (150mm) / 'of Perches' - '900' (144mm) / 'of Yards' - '5000' (143mm) / 'Echelle d'une Lieue Commune de 25 au degre' [4 graduations, no numbers] (133mm) [III: 5d] 

[note] An ALPHABETICAL LIST of the PARISHES, their / Length, Breadth, Circumference, & Content in ACRES. And in what Plate contained. [IX] 

18 sheets, Total dimensions: 1590 x 2710 

Engraving of the map commenced in 1752, but the completed map was not published until 1761.  Some of the sheets are recorded in up to 4 states, making a complete description of the map complicated. 

see Eugene Burden 'Printed Maps of Berkshire 1574-1900 (typescript, of which an annotated copy is held in the BL's Map Library.)

122. 1761: BERKSHIRE: title-page
A / Topographical Survey / OF THE / COUNTY OF BERKS, / IN / EIGHTEEN SHEETS. / IN WHICH IS EXPRESSED, / His MAJESTY's ROYAL PALACE of WINDSOR, its PARKS and / FORREST; the SEATS of the Nobility and Gentry; Towns, / Villages, Hamlets, Farms, Cottages, &c. / WITH / The Main and Cross ROADS, Bridle WAYS, PALES, HEDGES, HILLS, VALLEYS, / RIVERS, BROOKS, CANALS, PONDS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, Wind and Water MILLS, / WOODS, HEATHS, COMMONS, and GREENS, appertaining to each Parish, &c. / TO WHICH IS ADDED, / A GEOGRAPHICAL and HISTORICAL INDEX / Of all REMARKABLE PLACES in the said COUNTY; with their BEARINGS and DISTANCE to the next MARKET TOWN, or WELL-KNOWN PLACE. / The Length, Breadth, Circumference, and Content, in Acres and Square Miles, of the County, Windsor Forest, / and of each Parish. / By J. ROCQUE, Topographer to His MAJESTY. / LONDON: Printed for and Sold by the Author, near OLD ROUND-COURT, in the STRAND. / Price TWO GUINEAS and a HALF. / Printed by JAMES DIXWELL, in ST. MARTIN's LANE, near CHARING-CROSS. / MDCCLXI.
Letterpress title, accompanying bound examples of no.118.
123. 1761: ENGLAND AND WALES
ENGLAND AND WALES / Drawn from the most Accurate Surveys / Containing all the / Cities, Boroughs, Market Towns & Villages; In which are included all the Improvements and Observations both / Astronomical and Geographical, / which have been made by Members / of the Royal Society, & others / Down to the present Year, / The whole corrected & improv'd / By JOHN ROCQUE / Chorographer to his Majesty. [4a] 1761 [4b]
Inset: [Untitled Map Of 'ISLES of SCILLY' and 'Lands End'] [note] These Isles are Drawn to the / same Scale & inserted here to / prevent the great Contraction / of the General Map.'  56 x 139 [1d
[key] 'EXPLANATION. / ...' [4e] 

'SCALES' / 'British Statute Miles 69 1/2 to a Degree' - '60' (138mm) / 'British Sea Leagues 20 to a Degree' - '20' (161mm) [4b] 

1152 x 980 

There are several states of this map, re-issued by Robert Sayer and Laurie and Whittle.

124. [1761]: FRANCE  state 1
A / NEW MAP / of / FRANCE, / in which the / POST STAGES / are Exactly Express'd, with the Number / of Leagues, from place to place: / by John Rocque [1761 ??]. / N.B. a Post is two Leagues, Post and a half three / Leagues, double Post four Leagues. [1d] T. Kitchin sculp. [1e] Sold by J. Rocque Chorographer to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, near Old Round Court ...
[scale] 'Echelles' / 'Grandes Lieues de France' - '20' (51mm) / 'Milles d'Italie' - '60' ((51mm) / 'Lieues communes de France de 25 au Degré' - '25' (51mm) / 'Milles de Angleterre de 69 1/2 au Degré' - '69 1/2' (51mm) [2d] 

469 x 589 

State 1: hypothetical state, assumed from evident changes visible on state 3.

*

*
125. [1761]: FRANCE  state 2 1766 
A / NEW MAP / of / FRANCE, / in which the / POST STAGES / are Exactly Express'd, with the Number / of Leagues, from place to place: / by John Rocque [1766 ??]. / N.B. a Post is two Leagues, Post and a half three / Leagues, double Post four Leagues. [1d] T. Kitchin sculp. [1e] Sold by T. Jefferys, y.e Corner of S.t Martins Lane, Charing Cross [gap] Sold by J. Rocque Chorographer to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, near Old Round Court, in the Strand 1766. According to Act of Parliam.t and A: Dury in Dukes Court S.t Martins Lane and Carington Bowles Printseller next the Chapter House / in S.t Pauls Church Yard London. [2e, ob - 4e, ob]
[scale] 'Echelles' / 'Grandes Lieues de France' - '20' (51mm) / 'Milles d'Italie' - '60' ((51mm) / 'Lieues communes de France de 25 au Degré' - '25' (51mm) / 'Milles de Angleterre de 69 1/2 au Degré' - '69 1/2' (51mm) [2d] 

469 x 589 

State 2: hypothetical state, assumed from evident changes visible on state 3. The imprint of Thomas Jefferys, and the address from 'in the Strand ...' are in a very slightly different hand.

126. [1761]: FRANCE  state 3 1771 
A / NEW MAP / of / FRANCE, / in which the / POST STAGES / are Exactly Express'd, with the Number / of Leagues, from place to place: / by John Rocque 1771. / N.B. a Post is two Leagues, Post and a half three / Leagues, double Post four Leagues. [1d] T. Kitchin sculp. [1e] Sold by T. Jefferys, y.e Corner of S.t Martins Lane, Charing Cross [gap] Sold by J. Rocque Chorographer to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, near Old Round Court, in the Strand 1766. According to Act of Parliam.t and A: Dury in Dukes Court S.t Martins Lane and Carington Bowles Printseller next the Chapter House / in S.t Pauls Church Yard London. [2e, ob - 4e, ob] Sold by Rob.t Sayer in Fleet Street. [2d]
[scale] 'Echelles' / 'Grandes Lieues de France' - '20' (51mm) / 'Milles d'Italie' - '60' ((51mm) / 'Lieues communes de France de 25 au Degré' - '25' (51mm) / 'Milles de Angleterre de 69 1/2 au Degré' - '69 1/2' (51mm) [2d] 

469 x 589 

State 3: The date in the title has now been altered to 1771, and Robert Sayer's imprint (in a quite different hand fom the existing imprints) is shown.

127. 
1761: SUSSEX 1761 
A New MAP. / of the COUNTY of SUSSEX, / Drawn from the latest and best Surveys, / and Improved by John Rocque, / Topographer to his MAJESTY. 1761. [1e] CARTE DE LA PROVINCE DE SUSSEX reduite d'apres les derniers Arpentages qui on ont ete faits & Augmentée par J: Rocque Topographe de sa Majesté Britannique dans le Strand 1761. [2e, ob - 4e, ob]
[Insets] 'THE PLANS / of / CHICHESTER and LEWES' [3d] [scale] 'Scale of Perches' - '40' (37mm) [3e] 'THE PLAN OF CHICHESTER' 129 x 139 [2d; 2d/e - 3d/e] 'THE PLAN OF LEWES' 129 x 131 [4d; 3d/e - 4d/e]
[key] 'Explanation. / [list of symbols].' [5a] 

[scale] 'A Scale of Measured Miles' - '20' (167mm) / 'Echelle de 7 Lieues de 25 au Degre' - '7' (158mm) 

430 x 676  W: 445 x 688   PM: 453 x 698

128. 1762: BERKSHIRE  state 1
A / MAP OF THE COUNTY OF / BERKS, / Reduced from an Actual Survey in 18 Sheets, / By the late John Rocque Topographer to his Majesty. / 1762. / [rule] / CARTE DE LA PROVINCE DE / BERKS, / Reduit Dapres un arpantage en 18 Feuillies, / Par Jean Rocque Topographe de sa Majeste Britannique. / 1762. [1a] Publish'd according to Act of Parliament, by Mary Ann Rocque near Old Round Court in the Strand 1762. [4e, ob]
[Inset] 'A / PLAN OF THE / CITY OF / OXFORD.' [4a] [scale] 'A Scale of Yards' - '500' (43mm) / 'A Scale of Chains 22 Yards in Each' - '20' (39mm) [4b] [key] 'REFERENCES for the Streets & Lanes. / a-I, k-n / o-z, &.' [3a] 'REFERENCES / fo the Parish Churches. / A-I, K-P.' [4a] 'REFERENCES / or an Historical Account of the different Colleges & Halls belonging to the University of OXFORD. / 1-25.' [5a - 5e] [text] 'OXFORD ...' [3b] [text] 'The Physick Garden ...' [4b] [3a/b - 5a/b] 175 x 201  B: 175 x 309
[key] [EXPLANATION.] / [list of symbols].' [1c-1e] 

[scale] 'Scale of Statute Miles 69 1/2 to a Degree' - '5' (61mm) / 'Of Perches or Poles' - '2000' (78mm) / 'Of Yards' - '12000' (89mm) / 'Of Leagues 25 to a Degree' - '3' (103mm) [5e] 

[text] 'The Divisions and Roman Numbers in this Map, is to shew in what / manner the large Map is Divided, and the Number of Sheets it Contains, / done by the late John Rocque Topographer to his Majesty. [2e] 

428 x 660  PM: 442 x 675

129. 1762: BERKSHIRE  state 2 [1762 ca.] 
A / MAP OF THE COUNTY OF / BERKS, / Reduced from an Actual Survey in 18 Sheets, / By the late John Rocque Topographer to his Majesty. / 1762. / [rule] / CARTE DE LA PROVINCE DE / BERKS, / Reduit D'apres un arpantage en 18 Feuilles, / Par Jean Rocque Topographe de sa Majeste Britannique. / 1762. [1a] Publish'd according to Act of Parliament, by Mary Ann Rocque near Old Round Court in the Strand 1762. [4e, ob]
[Inset] 'A / PLAN OF THE / CITY OF / OXFORD.' [4a] [scale] 'A Scale of Yards' - '500' (43mm) / 'A Scale of Chains 22 Yards in Each' - '20' (39mm) [4b] [key] 'REFERENCES for the Streets & Lanes. / a-I, k-n / o-z, &.' [3a] *, ¤, C, ð.' [4b] 'REFERENCES / fo the Parish Churches. / A-I, K-P.' [4a] 'REFERENCES / or an Historical Account of the different Colleges & Halls belonging to the University of OXFORD. / 1-25.' [5a - 5e] [text] 'OXFORD ...' [3b] [text] 'The Physick Garden ...' [4b] [3a/b - 5a/b] 175 x 201  B: 175 x 309
[key] [EXPLANATION.] / [list of symbols].' [1c-1e] 

[scale] 'Scale of Statute Miles 69 1/2 to a Degree' - '5' (61mm) / 'Of Perches or Poles' - '2000' (78mm) / 'Of Yards' - '12000' (89mm) / 'Of Leagues 25 to a Degree' - '3' (103mm) [5e] 

[text] 'The Divisions and Roman Numbers in this Map, is to shew in what / manner the large Map is Divided, and the Number of Sheets it Contains, / done by the late John Rocque Topographer to his Majesty.' [2e] 

428 x 660  PM: 442 x 675 

State 2: in the title 'D'apres' and 'feuilles' are so spelled. The key is now labelled 'EXPLANATION'.  Within the map are many new names, but also distances have been added.

130. 1762: BERKSHIRE  state 3 1764 
A / MAP OF THE COUNTY OF / BERKS, / Reduced from an Actual Survey in 18 Sheets, / By the late John Rocque Topographer to his Majesty. / 1762. / [rule] / CARTE DE LA PROVINCE DE / BERKS, / Reduit D'apres un arpantage en 18 Feuilles, / Par Jean Rocque Topographe de sa Majeste Britannique. / 1764. [1a] Publish'd according to Act of Parliament, by Mary Ann Rocque near Old Round Court in the Strand 1762. [4e, ob]
[Inset] 'A / PLAN OF THE / CITY OF / OXFORD.' [4a] [scale] 'A Scale of Yards' - '500' (43mm) / 'A Scale of Chains 22 Yards in Each' - '20' (39mm) [4b] [key] 'REFERENCES for the Streets & Lanes. / a-I, k-n / o-z, &.' [3a] *, ¤, C, ð.' [4b] 'REFERENCES / fo the Parish Churches. / A-I, K-P.' [4a] 'REFERENCES / or an Historical Account of the different Colleges & Halls belonging to the University of OXFORD. / 1-25.' [5a - 5e] [text] 'OXFORD ...' [3b] [text] 'The Physick Garden ...' [4b] [3a/b - 5a/b] 175 x 201  B: 175 x 309
[key] [EXPLANATION.] / [list of symbols].' [1c-1e] 

[scale] 'Scale of Statute Miles 69 1/2 to a Degree' - '5' (61mm) / 'Of Perches or Poles' - '2000' (78mm) / 'Of Yards' - '12000' (89mm) / 'Of Leagues 25 to a Degree' - '3' (103mm) [5e] 

[text] 'The Divisions and Roman Numbers in this Map, is to shew in what / manner the large Map is Divided, and the Number of Sheets it Contains, / done by the late John Rocque Topographer to his Majesty.' [2e] 

428 x 660  PM: 442 x 675 

State 3: the date in the French title has been altered to 1764.

131. 1762: BERKSHIRE  state 4 [1764 ca.] 
A / MAP OF THE COUNTY OF / BERKS, / Reduced from an Actual Survey in 18 Sheets, / By the late John Rocque Topographer to his Majesty. / 1762. / [rule] / CARTE DE LA PROVINCE DE / BERKS, / Reduit D'apres un arpantage en 18 Feuilles, / Par Jean Rocque Topographe de sa Majeste Britannique. / 1764. [1a] Publish'd according to Act of Parliament, by Mary Ann Rocque near Old Round Court in the Strand 1762. [4e, ob]
[Inset] 'A / PLAN OF THE / CITY OF / OXFORD.' [4a] [scale] 'A Scale of Yards' - '500' (43mm) / 'A Scale of Chains 22 Yards in Each' - '20' (39mm) [4b] [key] 'REFERENCES for the Streets & Lanes. / a-I, k-n / o-z, &.' [3a] *, ¤, C, ð.' [4b] 'REFERENCES / fo the Parish Churches. / A-I, K-P.' [4a] 'REFERENCES / or an Historical Account of the different Colleges & Halls belonging to the University of OXFORD. / 1-25.' [5a - 5e] [text] 'OXFORD ...' [3b] [text] 'The Physick Garden ...' [4b] [3a/b - 5a/b] 175 x 201  B: 175 x 309
[key] [EXPLANATION.] / [list of symbols].' [1c-1e]

[scale] 'Scale of Statute Miles 69 1/2 to a Degree' - '5' (61mm) / 'Of Perches or Poles' - '2000' (78mm) / 'Of Yards' - '12000' (89mm) / 'Of Leagues 25 to a Degree' - '3' (103mm) [5e] 

[text] 'The Divisions and Roman Numbers in this Map, is to shew in what / manner the large Map is Divided, and the Number of Sheets it Contains, / done by the late John Rocque Topographer to his Majesty.' [2e] 

428 x 660  PM: 442 x 675 

State 4: 'Buscot Park' is inserted.

132. 1762: CADIZ
A PLAN of the CITY of CADIS / and the Environs, with the HARBOUR, / BAY and Soundings at Low Water / also a Particular PLAN of / the TOWN and FORTIFICATIONS, / from the Collection of Cap.t clark / and Improved by the late John Rocque / Topographe to his MAJESTY. / 1762. [1a] Published according to Act of Parliament by Mary Anne Rocque, near Old Round Court in the Strand. [4e, ob]
'A Plan of the Town of CADIS. [scale] 'A Scale of 1/2 Mile or 440 Toises' - [1/2 Mile] (52mm) / 'Toises' - '600' (70mm)  143 x 221 [1d; 1d/e - 2d/e]
[key] 'REFERENCES. / a-I, k-t, v, w, u / x-z, 1-9, [notes].' [5a] 'A Plan of the Town of CADIS. [scale] 'A Scale of 1/2 Mile or 440 Toises' - [1/2 Mile] (52mm) / 'Toises' - '600' (70mm)  143 x 221 [1d; 1d/e - 2d/e] 

[scale] 'A Scale of Leagues' - '3' (140mm) [4d] 

465 x 520  W: 479 x 522  PM: 490 x 535

133. 1762: DUBLIN COUNTY  state 1
A MAP of the COUNTY of DUBLIN Divided in Barony's, Reduced from an Actual Survey in four Sheets By John Rocque, Topographer to his MAJESTY. [vertical rule] CARTE de la PROVINCE de DUBLIN Divisée en Baronnies Reduite D'apres un Arpentage en quatre feuilles Par Jean Rocque Topographe de sa MAJESTÉ Britannique. [1a, ob - 5a, ob] To the Right Hon.ble / James Fitzgarrald / EARL of OPHALY &c. &c. / This Map of the / County of DUBLIN, / is Dedicated by his / Lordships Most Obed.t / Humble Serv.t Mary Ann Rocque / 1762. [5a] Publish'd according to Act of Parliament by Mary Ann Rocque near Old Round Court in the Strand 1762. [2e, ob - 4e, ob]
[scale] A Scale of Irish Miles' - '5' (126mm) / 'A Scale of English Miles' - '5' (99mm) [5e] 

419 x 633  W: 435 x 633

134. 1762: DUBLIN COUNTY  state 2 1799
A MAP of the COUNTY of DUBLIN Divided in Barony's, Reduced from an Actual Survey in four Sheets By John Rocque, Topographer to his MAJESTY. [vertical rule] CARTE de la PROVINCE de DUBLIN Divisée en Baronnies Reduite D'apres un Arpentage en quatre feuilles Par Jean Rocque Topographe de sa MAJESTÉ Britannique. [1a, ob - 5a, ob] To the Right Hon.ble / James Fitzgarrald / EARL of OPHALY &c. &c. / This Map of the / County of DUBLIN, / is Dedicated by his / Lordships Most Obed.t / Humble Serv.t Mary Ann Rocque / 1762. [5a] Publish'd 25.th March 1799, by LAURIE & WHITTLE, 53 Fleet Street London. [2e, ob - 4e, ob]
420 x 627  W: 434 x 633 

State 2: Laurie annd Whittle have substituted their imprint outside the lower border. The dedication has been erased and the space left blank. A new inset has been engraved in the bottom right corner, replacing the original scale bars, which have been re-engraved along the lower border, and the ship. 'Rock a bill' islands [5d] are now unnamed.

135. [1762]: NORTH AMERICA
A / GENERAL MAP OF / NORTH AMERICA; / In which is Express'd / The several New Roads, Forts, Engagements, &c. / taken from Actual Surveys and Observations / Made in the Army employ'd there, From the Year 1754, to 1761: / Drawn by the late JOHN ROCQUE, Topographer to / his MAJESTY. / CARTES GENERALES DE / L'AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE; / En les quelles sont exprimés / Les Nouvelles Routes, Forts, Battailles, &c. d'après / les Observations qui ou [sic] etè faites depuis / l'An 1754, jusqu'a l'An 1761: / Recuellies par seu JEAN ROCQUE, Topographe de / Sa MAJESTÈ BRITANNIQUE, &c. [2e] Publish'd According to Act by M.A. Rocque in the Strand & A. Dury in Dukes Court S.t Martins Lane. [2e, ob - 4e, ob]
[key] 'Explanation. / [list of symbols].' [1e] 

[scale] 'SCALES.' / 'Geographic Degrees, 60 Minutes to a Degree' - '9 Degrees' [1] - [0] - '9' (9: 93mm) / 'Statute Miles of ENGLAND 69 1/2 to a Degree' - '100 - '0' - '600 Miles' (101mm) / 'Leagues 20 to a Degree' - '100' - '0' - '100' (100: 57mm) / 'Spanish Leagues 17 1/2 to a Degree' - '100' - '0' - '100' (100: 66mm) [4d] 

865 x 911  PM: 894 x 923  4 sheets joined 
 

136. 1763: SET OF PLANS
A SET of / PLANS and FORTS / IN / AMERICA. / Reduced from Actual Surveys / 1763.
Contains 30 maps and plans. See Collations in this issue for a full listing.
137. 1763: SET OF PLANS: Second Edition 1765 
A SET of / PLANS and FORTS / IN / AMERICA, / Reduced from Actual Surveys. / 1765. // Publish'd according to Act of Parliament, by Mary Ann Rocque Topographer to His Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester, in the Strand. [1e, ob - 5e, ob] 
Contains 30 maps and plans. See Collations in this issue for a full listing.
138. [1764]: PLANS OF PRINCIPAL CITIES
A Collection of / PLANS of the Principal CITIES, / OF / GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND: / with MAPS of / the COAST of the said KINGDOMS; / Drawn from the most Accurate Surveys; / In particular, / those taken by the late M.r J. ROCQUE, / Topographer to His MAJESTY . / London, Printed & Sold by A. Dury, in Dukes Court, S.t Martins Lane. Where may be had his Small Universal Atlas, to which this is designed as a Second Volume.
40 maps of the British coast, and British town plans. The maps vary in size, but most are approximately 100 x 130mm.
139. 
[1768]: SURREY state 1
A / TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP / OF THE / COUNTY OF SURREY, / In which is Expressed all the / ROADS, LANES, CHURCHES, NOBLEMEN and GENTLEMEN's SEATS &c. &c. / the Principal Observations, / By the Late JOHN ROCQUE, Topographer to His MAJESTY, / Completed and Engraved by Peter Andrews. [sheet III: 5a] To His Royal Highness / William Henry / Duke of Gloucester & Edingburgh / Earl of Connaught in / IRELAND, / This Actual Survey of the / county of Surrey / is most humbly inscrib'd / by his ROYAL Highness's most h[um]ble & Oblig'd / Servant / Mary-Ann Rocque. [Sheet I: 3b] Printed for & Sold by M.A. Rocque at y.e corner of Old Round Court Strand. [sheet III: 4b]
[key] 'Explanation. / [symbols in 5 columns].' [sheet 7: 4e-5e] 

[scale] 'A Scale of Miles' - '4' [sheet VIII: 3d] 

9 sheets, 1739 x 2046

140. [1768]: SURREY  state 2 [1770 ca] 
A / TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP / OF THE / COUNTY OF SURREY, / In which is Expressed all the / ROADS, LANES, CHURCHES, NOBLEMEN and GENTLEMEN's SEATS &c. &c. / the Principal Observations, / By the Late JOHN ROCQUE, Topographer to His MAJESTY, / Compleated and Engraved by Peter Andrews. [sheet III: 5a] To His Royal Highness / William Henry / Duke of Gloucester & Edingburgh / Earl of Connaught  in / IRELAND, / This Actual Survey of the / County of Surrey / is most humbly inscrib'd / by his ROYAL Highness's most h[um]ble & Oblig'd / Servant / Mary-Ann Rocque. [Sheet I1: 3b] Printed for & Sold by M.A. Rocque at y.e Corner of Old Round Court Strand. [sheet III: 4b]
[key] Explanation. / [symbols in 5 columns].' [sheet 7: 4e-5e] 

[scale] 'A Scale of Miles' - '4' [sheet VIII: 3d] 

9 sheets 1739 x 2046 

State 2: a large number of additions have been made to the map. In sheet III, for example, 'Earl of Besborough' is named above 'Rowhampton' [2d] 'Earl of Spencer' in 'WIMBLETON / PARK' [2e] 'Johns Place' and 'Battersea Rise' are named [3d] a 'Starch Mill' apepars at the east end of Battersea Common [4d] 'Stockwell Common' [4d, at the south side of 'Stockwell' village]

141. [1768]: SURREY  state 3 [1775 ca] 
A / TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP / OF THE / COUNTY OF SURREY, / In which is Expressed all the / ROADS, LANES, CHURCHES, NOBLEMEN and GENTLEMEN's SEATS &c. &c. / the Principal Observations, / By the Late JOHN ROCQUE, Topographer to His MAJESTY, / Compleated and Engraved by Peter Andrews. [sheet III: 5a] To His Royal Highness / William Henry / Duke of Gloucester & Edingburgh / Earl of Connaught  in / IRELAND, / This Actual Survey of the / County of Surrey / is most humbly inscrib'd / by his ROYAL Highness's most h[um]ble & Oblig'd / Servant / Mary-Ann Rocque. [Sheet I1: 3b] Printed for & Sold by M.A. Rocque at y.e Corner of Old Round Court Strand. [sheet III: 4b]
[key] 'Explanation. / [symbols in 5 columns].' [sheet 7: 4e-5e] 

[scale] 'A Scale of Miles' - '4' [sheet VIII: 3d] 

On 9 sheets, 1739 x 2046 

State 3: a number of additions have been made to the map. The most significant sheet in terms of dating the various states is sheet III, where 'Richmond Bridge' (commenced in 1774, and completed in 1777) and 'Battersea / Bridge' (built in 1771-2) are both marked. Other additions and alterations date the third state to circa 1775.

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