General maps and plans of British inland waterways and navigations
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"A Plan of the River Salwarp and of the Navigable Canal from Droitwich to the River Severn in the Country of Worcester"
"A Plan of the Navigable Canal from Birmingham in the County of Warwick, to the Canal at Aldersley, near Wolverhampton in the County of Stafford; with a collateral cut to the coal mines at Wednesbury"
"A Plan of the Intended Navigable Canal from Leeds to Selby, proposed to communicate in the Township of Holbeck, with the Canal now making between Leeds and Liverpool, with a view of the Rivers Aire and Calder."
"A Plan of the Navigable Canal now making from the City of Chester to Middlewich and of the Branch A to Nantwich."
"A Plan of the River Tees, and of the intended Navigable Canal from Stockton by Darlington to Winston in the Bishopric of Durham."
"A Plan of the Proposed Navigable Canal from the Leeds and Liverpool Canal near Eccelston in the County Palatine of Lancaster to Kendal in Westmorland."
"A Plan of the Old Navigation from Liverpool to Manchester, (in past) & of the Duke of Bridgewater's Canal, from the coal mine to Manchester, & to Stradford."
"A Plan of the Navigable Canal from Chesterfield, in the county of Derby, to the River Trent near Stockwith, in the County of Nottingham."
"A Plan of the Navigable Canal now making from Chesterfield in the County of Derby, to the River Trent, near Stockwith in the County of Nottingham."
"A Plan of the Navigable Canal now making from the City of Coventry to comunicate with the Grand Canal upon Fradley Heath, in the country of Stafford survey'd in 1767."
"A Plan of the Canals, now making from the several Coal Mines in the neighbourhood of Stourbridge and Dudley, to the Great Canal from the Trent to the Severn near Stourton, in the county of Stafford."
"A Plan of the Navigable Canal from the Town of Stroud to the River Severn at Framiload in the County of Glocester"
"A Plan of the Navigable Canal now making from the River Trent to Langley Bridge, in the Counties of Derby and Nottingham."
"A Plan of the intended Navigable Canal from Basingstoke in the county of Southampton, to the River Wey in Surry."
"A Plan of the Grand Canal from the City of Dublin to the River Shannon, with the Collateral Canals, to the Rivers Barrow and Boyne."
"A Plan of the intended Navigable Canal from the Coventry Canal near Griff in the County of Warwick, to the Coal Mines at Measham, Oakthorp, Donisthorp and Ashby-Woulds, in the counties of Leicester and Derby."
"A Plan of the Navigable Canal, now making from Cooper Bridge, to Huddersfield, in the County of York."
"A Plan of the Navigable Canal from the Town of Stroud to the River Severn at Framiload, in the county of Glocster [sic]."
"A Plan of the Navigable Canals from Birmingham, to the junction of the canal, from the River Trent & Severn, at Autherly, near Wolverhampton; & from the rivers Trent & Mersey at Fradley-Heath near Lichfield; & from Fazely near Tamworth, to the City of Coventry; & the junction of the Oxford & Coventry Canals at Longford, near Bedworth, to the River Isis, at the City of Oxford."
"Inland Navigation; or select plans of the several Navigable Canals throughout Great Britain: Acompanied with abstracts of the different Acts of Parliament relative to them."
"A Map of England showing the lines of all the Navigable Canals; with those which have been proposed."
"A Plan of the Navigable Canals now making in the Inland Parts of this kingdom, for opening a Communication to the Ports of London, Bristol, Liverpool and Hull, with the adjacent Towns and Rivers."
"Cary's Reduction of his large Map of England and Wales with part of Scotland; Comprehending of the whole of the Turnpike Roads. With the Great Rivers and the course of the different Navigable Canals: Also the Market and Borough Towns and principle place adjoining the road..."
"Map of the canals, Navigable Rivers, Railways etc. in the counties of Lancaster, York, Derby and Chester"
"Map of the Inland Navigation, Canals, and Railroads with the situations of various mineral productions throughout Great Britain."