Jackson, Henry, 1830-1906 :Tracing of a portion of the survey of the city of Wellington surveyed in 1869 by Mr Henry Jackson, late Chief Surveyor, by order of the provincial government [ms map]. Traced by E. V. Briscoe, authorised surveyor, 12th Nov 1885
- 1869 - 1885
- Briscoe, Edward Villiers, 1824?-1899; Jackson, Henry, 1830-1906; Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant (Hon), 1820-1895
Cadastral and surveying map of sections between Sydney and Lawrence streets and Cemetery Road showing W. B. D. Mantell's property and the adjacent museum site in 1869. The Corporation Block is marked and the encroachment on Mr. Mantell's property is visible. Gates and fences are marked.
Handwritten note on bottom left: Laid out in accordance with my instructions (signed) Henry Jackson, Chief Surveyor, 11th of June 1869
Handwritten note top centre of map: I am clearly of the opinion that the Corporation Block at A on plan laid down as the starting point for the new road through Glenbervie Terrace encroaches on Mr. Mantel's [sic] property for a distance of 17 feet or 25.7 links and having chained up the original distances from Molesworth Street (obtained from Field Book) I feel quite satisfied the pegs at B, C, D are in their proper position. Edward V. Briscoe, authorised surveyor, 14th Nov. 1885
Quantity: 1 manuscript map(s).
Physical Description: Ink, pencil and colourwash on dressed linen, mounted on card, linen backed, coloured, 40 x 62.9 cm.
Transfers: From Manuscripts & Archives - Mantell family Papers MS-Group-0305.
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- 1 manuscript map(s), Cadastral maps, Manuscript maps, Ink, pencil and colourwash on dressed linen, mounted on card, linen backed, coloured, 40 x 62.9 cm.
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