A map of Bristol from about 1673, surveyed by James Millerd
This includes insets of views of the Bristol Channel as well as of public buildings, churches and residences. The map also features the Bristol city arms and two royal coats of arms, and a history of Bristol. At this time the city was flourishing, due to its involvement in the slave trade and the growth of related industries, such as brass, sugar, glass and coal.
Original Size: 76 x 83 cms
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