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- A consolidated list of all 1,178 cities and towns in Britain with public telegraphs in a typical mid-century year Telegraph Company Stamps - A short, illustrated history of all of the stamps and franks issued by the companies between 18 The Rest of the World - Cooke & Wheatstone and the Growth of the Telegraph in Europe, the Telegraph in the United States, and a Statistical Comparison of the World’s Telegraphs - In addition to many pictures and engravings in the chapters there is a host of illustrations, taken from patents, catalogues, books and journals of the 1840s, 1850s, 1860s and 1870s, of most of the telegraphic instruments mentioned in the text Telegraph Maps 1852-1868- with a large coloured “Chart of the Electric Telegraph Company’s System in Great Britain” in 1852; the Electric company’s coloured “Map of the Telegraph Lines of Europe” for 1856; the slightly later “Telegraphs of Europe” of 1860 in black and white also published by the Electric & International Telegraph Company, with all of its continental connections just before the worldwide expansion of wires and cables; a smaller scale “Telegraph Map of the Eastern World” in 1865 from the ‘Illustrated London News’; and a newly-restored “System Map of the London District Telegraph Company” from 1866, all of these are downloadable in a large size.
There are also a set of city diagrams from 1868 showing the location of the telegraph offices in Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool and Manchester Appendices - Comprising a List of Telegraph Companies from 1838 to 1868; the Domestic Telegraph Companies in 1868; the Addresses and Locations of Companies; a List of Domestic and Foreign Cables; Biographies of Company Personalities, now fully revised and much extended to include lesser-known telegraphic characters; a List of Telegraphic Suppliers of the 1850s and 1860s; Special Acts of Parliament that authorised the companies; Royal Charters obtained by the companies; Government Acts affecting telegraphy; Significant Telegraphic Patents; the Legal Context; a Glossary of Nineteenth Century Telegraphic Terms; concluding with a little melodrama, “Electric Sparks”, set within an electric telegraph office...
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