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? William Roy (1726-90)

Map of march routes, 1756, England, South c.1756 or later

RCIN 731071

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In May 1756 troops from Hanover and Hesse were stationed in southern England in case of French invasion. Their presence was deeply unpopular. This small map is probably by William Roy, a key member of the survey of Scotland, who was at the time one of a team surveying parts of southern England in response to the French threat. King’s Military Map Collection Cat. 69