A detailed 19th century plan of the Environs of Dublin which was drawn and engraved by B. R. Davies and originally published in 1837 in London by Baldwin & Craddock “under the Superintendance of the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge” byBaldwin & Craddock in 1837. The Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge’ (S.D.U.K.), founded in 1826, was a philanthropist organisation established with the purpose of supplying the public with accessible and affordable educational material, particularly in the form of maps.
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