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A new map of Ireland civil and ecclesiastical, 1797
By the Reverend D. A. Beaufort LLD Member of the Royal Irish Academy. This map represents only the Church of England, completely disregarding Catholic churches. See also map K0913. Dedicated to King George III. The cartouche shows cherubs with Irish produce and a cameo of George III on a quayside as a Royal Naval ship sails past. Ashore there is a church with its tower in scaffolding and a more distant Irish round tower against a backdrop of mountains.
Daniel A. Beaufort
Original size: 530 mm x 880 mm
- Image reference: K0912
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London