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2 edition of Tallis"s London street views (1838-1840). found in the catalog.

Tallis"s London street views (1838-1840).

Josiah Quincy Bennett

Tallis"s London street views (1838-1840).

by Josiah Quincy Bennett

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Published by LillyLibrary, Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tallis, John, -- 1815 or 6-1876. -- Bibliography.,
  • Lilly Library (Indiana University, Bloomington).

  • Edition Notes

    Description of the collection of Tallis"s London street views formed by Michael Sadleir, now held by the Lilly Library (Indiana University, Bloomington).

    ContributionsLilly Library (Indiana University, Bloomington)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(1), 215 leaves ;
    Number of Pages215
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19728569M

    Tallis's London Street Views, No. Regent Street, Division III, page Tallis, John, & Company. Tallis House, 2 Tallis Street, London, EC4Y 0AB Regus's Blackfriars serviced offices are housed in a refurbished business centre conveniently located just south of Fleet Street. The office space suits companies working in the legal and accountancy sectors as well as major corporates.

    Olympia Publishers is an independent book publishing house based in London. Publishing talented authors from across the world. Browse our latest books, find your next read and meet our authors at events. VIEW BOOK. Latest Releases. VIEW ALL. Kids Book Feature. VIEW ALL. Tallis House 2 Tallis Street London EC4Y 0AB UK T +44 (0) Nothing is known of Tallis’s education. In –31 he held a post as an organist at Dover Priory, and in and part of he was at St. Mary-at-Hill, London, though it is not known in what moved to Waltham Abbey, Essex, in , and his name appears in a list of persons who in received wages and rewards for services at the dissolution of the abbey.

    Welcome to our guide for the area around Tallis Street in City and County of the City of London. Below we present a selection of upcoming events, local attractions and great places to eat and shop. The nearest station to Tallis Street is Blackfriars Railway Station which is about 3 minutes to the East. Tallis Street is in the London area of City. John Tallis (7 November – 3 June ) was an English cartographic publisher. His company, John Tallis and Company, published views, maps and atlases in London from roughly to Tallis set up as a publisher with Frederick Tallis in Cripplegate in ; the business moved to Smithfield in , and was dissolved in From to Tallis operated as John Tallis .


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Tallis"s London street views (1838-1840) by Josiah Quincy Bennett Download PDF EPUB FB2

Tallis’s Street Views Between andthe London publisher John Tallis published a series on 88 views of London’s major streets, showing serried ranks of commercial premises along with accompanying plates, descriptions and advertisements.

Tallis's Street Views of London [Tallis, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Tallis's Street Views of London. About this Item: London Topographical Society, Oblong 4to. Second edition. pp., red cloth, dust wrapper. New. A reproduction of John Tallis's 'London Street Views'.

Originally published by the L.T.S. inthis, the second edition includes the street directories, reset in a more convenient form, a general index, covering the streets and principal features of both. John Tallis's London Street Viewswith the revised and enlarged views of quantity Add to basket Tallis’s street views are carefully drawn elevations of both sides of London’s principal streets – a remarkable source for any student of London.

John Tallis's London Street Views, Together with the Revised and Enlarged Views of John Tallis. London Topographical Society, - London (England) - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review.

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Facsimile of Tallis's London street views, no. 1 ([12] p., 14 x 23 cm.) inserted. Previous ed. Includes indexes, some on CD ROM. Genre Pictorial works. Other Titles London street views, Pages: So wrote a contemporary reviewer of the publication issued between and It was the brainchild of John Tallis an enterprising young London bookseller.

Each part depicted the elevations of both sides of a major London street engraved with a map of the surrounding area and a view of the street itself or a shop or famous building there. Buy London Street Views (Publication) 2nd Revised edition by Tallis, John (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low Author: John Tallis. A piece of mine called ‘Transformation and Specialization in London and its Topography’ has just been published by the Journal of Victorian Culture; this is part of a roundtable examining John Tallis’s London Street Views ().

At the moment, not all of the contributions have appeared, but in a few days (and in the physical copy of the journal when it.

A later edition of Tallis’s London Street Views, Parts came out in the latter half of London Street Views was an ambitious attempt at mapping every street and alleyway in London, a task which was never realized. The parts work was supported by advertising which accounts for the sporadic nature of the publishing.

Facsimile of Tallis's London street views, no. 1 ([12] p., 14 x 23 cm.) inserted between p. Previous edition: Includes index. Accompanying CD-ROM titled: Indexes to John Tallis's London street views and / compiled by Mrs.

Shirley Hay. Tallis's London Street Views, No. 6: Ludgate Street, & Ludgate Hill. Tallis, John, & Company. View Thumbnails View Page by Page John Tallis's London street views, together with the revised and enlarged views of / introduced and with a biographical essay by Peter Jackson., book.

Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find John Tallis's London street views, Toget () by Tallis, John. InTallis also produced a series of ‘street views’, of central London Streets, showing detailed views of the fronts and fascades of buildings in central London.

These street views have recently been used in conjunction with old maps to produce a sort of historic Google street view of Victorian London. Instantly see a Google Street View of any supported location. Easily share and save your favourite views. Tallis, John, John Tallis's London street views, London, Published [for] the London Topographical Society by Natali & Maurice, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Tallis; Peter Jackson.

Place markers for the Street View properties are black and white, depicting actual properties; for London Details Baldwin Hamey's Twitter profile photo has. TALLIS, John. Tallis's London Street Views, exhibiting upwards of one hundred Buildings in Each Number, elegantly engraved on Steel, with a commercial directory corrected every month, the whole forming a complete Stranger's Guide through London The Public Buildings, Places of Amusement, Tradesmen's Shops, name and trade of Every Occupant.

London street views, Series Publication ; no. Note Previous ed.: London: Nattali & Maurice for the London Topographical Society, Facsimile of Tallis's London street views, no.

1 ([12] p., 14 x 23 cm.) inserted between p. 16 and ISBN. The same location today. Before anyone ever dreamed of Google Street Views, there were Tallis’s London Street Views of the eighteen-thirties “to assist strangers visiting the Metropolis through all its mazes without a guide.”John Tallis created the precedent of a map which included pictures of all the buildings as a visual aid, commissioning the unfortunately .London Street Views and Pictorial Directory: by Frederick Tallis.

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Elevations of Bishopsgate Street Without, engraving, from Tallis' London Street Views, Museum Number E