It was vice versa, and while the site does mention this, it should have
been in the acknowledgements: and (fx: edits site) now it is.
Along with a 'thankyou' to the member of library staff who kindly
ensured I wasn't knocked on the head, or worse, by their security
person, while in the act of carrying the copy of the map used for the
web site back out of London's Guildhall library ...
> Errrr. . . : I did alert subscribers to another internet list
> - 'MapHist' - about this site some years ago, as I put Ralph
> Hyde (ex-Keeper of Prints & Maps, The Guildhall Library) in
> touch with Mark Annand (or was it vice versa . . .?)
> Francis Herbert
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Annand [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: 05 December 2003 15:00
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> Subject: Re: Greenwood's Map of London 1827
> > Notice on a US alerting list. Hope it's of interest, and
> that people
> > don't already know all about it. (Haven't checked it myself.)
> > Roger Fern.
> > Greenwood's Map of London 1827 http://users.bathspa.ac.uk/greenwood/
> Thanks for this - I was wondering why the site's hit counter
> had had a rude awakening: but for your message this would
> have remained a mystery ...