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John Rocque"s Dublin

Colm Lennon

John Rocque"s Dublin

a guide to the Georgian city

by Colm Lennon

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Published by Royal Irish Academy in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Maps,
  • Early works to 1800,
  • History,
  • Historical geography,
  • Geography

  • About the Edition

    Considers the map at the level of individual streets and buildings, revealing particular elements of Rocque"s artistic cartography and aspects of Dublin"s history.

    Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 81-82) and index of maps (front lining page).

    StatementColm Lennon and John Montague
    SeriesIrish historic towns atlas
    ContributionsMontague, John, Ph.D., Rocque, John, d. 1762, Royal Irish Academy
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA995.D8 L46 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiv, 82 p. :
    Number of Pages82
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24846961M
    ISBN 101904890695
    ISBN 109781904890690
    LC Control Number2010551734
    OCLC/WorldCa685110694

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    The A to Z of Georgian Dublin, John Rocque's Maps of the City in and the County in Author: Ferguson, Paul; J. H. Andrews Title: The A to Z of Georgian Dublin, John Rocque's Maps of the City in and the County in Publication: Dublin: Harry Margary, Edition: First edition Description: First edition. In , John Dublin petitioned the General Assembly of Rhode Island that he might receive some allowance for the shot he received in his head while engaged with Col. John Wanton, in the capture of Frenchprivateers. He alleges that by this wound he lost one of his en: Elizabeth Savage.

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John Rocque"s Dublin by Colm Lennon Download PDF EPUB FB2

John Rocque was an English-Hugenot map-maker, surveyor and engraver best known for his 'Map of London', published in An equally rich and detailed Map of Dublin exists from40 extracts from which are published here.

This book is an ancillary publication to the Dublin series from Royal Irish Academy's ‘Irish Historic Towns Atlas’ project. An equally rich and detailed Map of Dublin exists from40 extracts from which are published here.

This book is an ancillary publication to the Dublin series from Royal Irish Academy's ‘Irish Historic Towns Atlas’ project. Maps are reproduced with accompanying commentaries and illustrations.5/5(2).

John Rocque's Dublin: a guide to the Georgian city - Kindle edition by Lennon, Colm, Montague, John. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading John Rocque's Dublin: a guide to the Georgian city.5/5(2). John Rocque's Dublin | John Rocque was an English-Hugenot map-maker, surveyor and engraver best known for his 'Map of London', published in An equally rich and detailed Map of Dublin exists from40 extracts from which are published here.

Get this from a library. John Rocque's Dublin: a guide to the Georgian city. [Colm Lennon; John Montague, (Architectural historian); John Rocque; Royal Irish Academy.] -- Considers the map at the level of individual streets and buildings, revealing particular elements of Rocque's artistic cartography and aspects of Dublin's history.

John Rocque was an English-Hugenot map-maker, surveyor and engraver best known for his 'Map of London', published in An equally rich and detailed Map of Dublin exists from40 extracts from which are published here. This book is an ancillary publication to the Dublin series from Author: Colm Lennon.

John Rocque was an English-Hugenot map-maker, surveyor and engraver best known for his 'Map of London', published in An equally rich and detailed Map of Dublin exists from40 extracts from which are published here. This book is an ancillary publication to the Dublin series from Royal Irish Academy's 'Irish Historic Towns Atlas' project/5(4).

Reproduces forty extracts from John Rocque's Dublin map, the Exact survey (). Each extract is accompanied by a commentary and introductory essay by the.

John Rocque was an English-Hugenot map-maker, surveyor and engraver best known for his 'Map of London', published in An equally rich and detailed Map of Dublin exists from40 extracts from which are published here.

This book is an ancillary publication to the Dublin series from Royal Irish Academy's 'Irish Historic Towns Atlas' : Rocque produced several maps of the cuty and county of Dublin, including the 4-sheet Exact survey of the city and suburbs of Dublin (), which is the subject of this book.

Rocque's 'Exact survey'is a great achievement by way of accuracy, design and presentation. It 5/5(2). Professor John Andrews explored the various ‘states’ associated with the first edition in his introduction to Rocque’s 4-sheet maps of Dublin city and county.

(2) These variations have been further reviewed by Andrew and Charlotte Bonar Law in their monumental listing of. A to Z of Georgian Dublin.

Lympne Castle, Kent: H. Margary in association with Trinity College Library Dublin, © (OCoLC) Named Person: John Rocque; John Rocque: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Paul Ferguson. If you have a bit of time to spare today, you should check out John Rocque’s A Survey of the City, Harbour, Bay and Environs of Dublin (London, ) available to view and download on anyone not already familiar with Gallica, it is a resource that provides access to documents digitized by the Bibliothèque nationale de France and partner libraries.

A plan of Dublin. Robert Pool / John Cash. Link is to map in Pool & Cash book on the Internet Archive. Cabinet 2: Number Printed in Pool and Cash's Views of the most remarkable public buildings, monuments and other edifices in the city of Dublin.

A plan of Dublin. Samuel Byron. This link is to map in Trinity College : Jane Nolan. John Rocque's Map of London,more formally "A plan of the cities of London and Westminster, and borough of Southwark", surveyed by John Rocque and engraved by John Pine, is a map of Georgian London to a scale of 26 inches to a mile.

The map consists of twenty-four sheets and is by metres in overall size. Taking nearly ten years to survey, engrave and publish, it has been.

John Rocque’s engraved map of the city is one of the most beautiful maps of Dublin. He published it in London inand the Dublin City Library and Archive copy is hand coloured in shades of red, green and blue. It is called ‘an exact survey’ and it shows ‘all publick buildings, private dwelling.

Time Pieces: A Dublin Memoir by John Banville skims through Banville's own history, in bits and pieces, and Dublin's history, also in bits and pieces. This is book that feels dashed off, cribbed in part from more thoroughly researched sources, and yet it is well-written and with passages recounting Banville's life in Dublin it acquires a /5.

"John Rocque, Chorographer and topographer to their Royal Highnesses the late and present Prince of Wales, being returned from Paris where he had lately been obliged to renew his stock consumed in the Fire at Charing Cross, begs leave to acquaint his subscribers to the County of Salop, that the plates of that Survey are again in hand, and in.

Time Pieces: A Dublin Memoir by John Banville, with photographs by Paul Joyce, is published by Hodder & Stoughton on 20 October.

To order. Time Pieces: A Dublin Memoir by John Banville review: Utterly delightful. The least likely memoirist shows why he is the greatest living master of simile and metaphor in prose, writes Fintan O'TooleAuthor: Fintan O’Toole.

Notes From the Book Review Archives Feb. 22, Roger Rosenblatt graces this week’s cover with a review of “Time Pieces: A Dublin Memoir,” by John Banville. A collaboration between the renowned surveyor John Rocque and engraver John Pine, this plan of the mid eighteenth-century capital was the most detailed of its time.

First published init extends from Marylebone to Bow and from Vauxhall to Knightsbridge and Hyde : John Rocque.Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Swiss-born philosopher, writer, and political theorist whose treatises and novels inspired the leaders of the French Revolution and the Romantic generation.

Although he was the least academic of modern philosophers, he was also in many ways the most influential.