[Image: Fragment of the Gough Map]
[Image: Fragment of the Gough Map]

Linguistic Geographies: The Gough Map of Great Britain

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Lambourn Lambourn only traces remain View on map
Lampeter Lampeter

only traces remain

[l]...

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Lanark Lanark lanarc View on map
Lancaster Lancaster faded lancastre View on map
Langley-on-Tyne Langley-on-Tyne

faded

la...

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Langton Langton langton View on map
Image tile not found Lauder faded lowd[ere] View on map
Image tile not found Launceston (?)

entirely faded

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Image tile not found Leeds ledes View on map
Leeds (?) Leeds (?) 'maideston' runs across the two castles (?), which may have faded or have been erased  
Leeming Leeming faded l[ymin]g View on map
Leicester Leicester

faded

leycest[re] followed by another word of which only final -e is now visible, possibly sore, instruction for the rubricator concerning the name of the river (?)

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Image tile not found Leven red ink, faded leven  
Image tile not found Leven  
Lewes Lewes the spire of the church is not coloured red like other spires and has both a red and a black cross (other crosses are in black ink) lewes (original); Lewis (revisor) View on map
Lichfield Lichfield faded lichefeld View on map
Lilleshall Lilleshall faded, damaged parchement ...[lil]... View on map
Lincoln Lincoln entirely faded View on map
Image tile not found Lindsey (district name)

red ink, within a cartouche

lyndesey

 
Linlithgow Linlithgow lithcowe View on map