James Lyne's survey, or, as it is more commonly known, The Bradford map; . 1 iH ^/ a / r^ ^ . ^. THE BRADFORD MAP A PLAN OF THE CITY OF ^ew York from an actual survey made by J^^MES LYME and printed and published byIV/LLM^ T3R^T>FORT> AN APPENDIX TO AN ACCOUNT OFTHE SAME COMPILED AND PUB-LISHED IN 1893 BY THEAUTHOR OF THISMONOGRAPH WHEN a full-fledgedand lusty error setsforth upon its journeythrough the world, some malev-olent fairy appears to bestowupon it the seven-leagued bootsof Le Petit Poucet, equipped withwhich it makes such rapid strides THE BRADFORD MAP that sober-minded and slo

James Lyne's survey, or, as it is more commonly known, The Bradford map; . 1 iH ^/ a / r^ ^ . ^. THE BRADFORD MAP A PLAN OF THE CITY OF ^ew York from an actual survey made by J^^MES LYME and printed and published byIV/LLM^ T3R^T>FORT> AN APPENDIX TO AN ACCOUNT OFTHE SAME COMPILED AND PUB-LISHED IN 1893 BY THEAUTHOR OF THISMONOGRAPH WHEN a full-fledgedand lusty error setsforth upon its journeythrough the world, some malev-olent fairy appears to bestowupon it the seven-leagued bootsof Le Petit Poucet, equipped withwhich it makes such rapid strides THE BRADFORD MAP that sober-minded and slo Stock Photo
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James Lyne's survey, or, as it is more commonly known, The Bradford map; . 1 iH ^/ a / r^ ^ . ^. THE BRADFORD MAP A PLAN OF THE CITY OF ^ew York from an actual survey made by J^^MES LYME and printed and published byIV/LLM^ T3R^T>FORT> AN APPENDIX TO AN ACCOUNT OFTHE SAME COMPILED AND PUB-LISHED IN 1893 BY THEAUTHOR OF THISMONOGRAPH WHEN a full-fledgedand lusty error setsforth upon its journeythrough the world, some malev-olent fairy appears to bestowupon it the seven-leagued bootsof Le Petit Poucet, equipped withwhich it makes such rapid strides THE BRADFORD MAP that sober-minded and slower-paced truth is seldom, if ever,able to overtake it. This deplor-able fact is w^ell exemplified bythe singularly persistent repeti-tion of erroneous statements inregard to the first map of thisCity (printed in New York)which is known to exist. This map, the historical and top-ographical importance of whichis shown by the fact that scarcelyany account of our City has everbeen written that does not re-fer to, or reproduce it, was pub-lished, probably in 1731, by NewYorks first established p