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Wilson, William, active 1769–1801

The post-chaise companion, or, Traveller's directory through Ireland : containing a new and accurate description of the direct and principal crossroads, with particulars of the noblemen and gentlemen's seats, cities, town, parks, natural curiosities, antiquities, castles, ruins, manufactures, loughs, glens, harbours, &c. &c. : forming an historical & descriptive account of the kingdon : to which is added a dictionary, or alphabetical tables, shewing the distance of all the principal cities, boroughs, market and sea port towns, in Ireland from each other.

Dublin : Printed for the author ..., 1786.
Physical Description:
xii, 530 columns, [7] leaves of plates (some folded) : ill., map ; 20 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DA975 W75 1786
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
Errata page.
Includes index.
Illustrations by William Esdall and James Ford; after John James Barralet, John Nixon and Henry Graham.
Subject Terms:
Dublin (Ireland) -- Imprints -- 1786.
Ireland -- Guidebooks.
Ireland -- Pictorial works.
Roads -- Ireland.
Wilson, William -- Publisher.
Wood engravings -- 1786.
Esdall, William, -1795, engraver.
Ford, James, active 1778-1812, engraver.
Barralet, John James, approximately 1747-1815, ill.
Nixon, John, -1818, ill.
Graham, Henry, 1768-1808, ill.

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