1 : 31680 This plan of part of Worcestershire uses different shades of green wash to distinguish woods, meadows, commons and parks. To the left of the manuscript, the narrow ridge of the Malvern Hills rises above the Severn and Tern Valleys. At the centre of the drawing is a north-south ridge formed of igneous rock, with wooded hills rising abruptly above the Tern Valley to the north. There are gentler and more sweeping slopes to the south-west, and clusters of conifers, limes, oaks and other parkland trees to the south. Dawson, Robert
1 : 31680 Below the city of Hereford, near the top of the sheet, the River Wye flows,through a winding river channel,across a broad floodplain with few major settlements. The floodplain is mostly farmland, dotted by,very small areas of woodland and marsh., The main river banks are lined irregularly with tall alder and willow trees, illustrated on this plan. Budgen, Thomas
1 : 31680 This plan of the Vale of Gloucester is indicative of the draughtman's convention of "relative command": the indication of relative heights of hills by numbers; hill 3 being higher than hill 2, for example. Brushwork interlining ('hachuring') and ink washes further depict relief. Pencil rays intersect across the map, evidence of measurements taken by the surveyor between fixed triangulation points. Archaeological details, such as those at Bredon Hill (at the top right of the plan), are documented even though this did not become obligatory until 1816. The rivers Severn and Leadon and part of the Hereford and Gloucester Canal are described at the bottom left of the map, with Tewkesbury situated centrally at the confluence of the Severn and Upper Avon Rivers. Dawson, Robert
Most of the common land in Hertsfordshire is included in this map, which covers Bromyard Down, Badley Wood, and Bringsty Common. Sutton Walls, an Iron Age hillfort, is north of the River Lugg. Budgen, T.