Reference numberJS/6/52
Previous numbersVI.50v; VI.51
TitleLanguedoc Canal, France
DescriptionThe Canal Royal of Languedoc for the junction of the Ocean and Mediterranean Sea, dedicated and presented to the Lords of the Estates of Languedoc by I. B. Notin Geographer to the King. Opened 1667
Copy of engraving, scale 1 inch to 3 miles (1:190080) Ink
Map surrounded by sections of aqueducts built en route scale 1:145

Inscribed in hand of John Farey 'MS Copy of an engraved plan of the Canal Royal of Languedoc. See Mr Smeaton's parallel between that and the proposed Forth and Clyde canal, Printed Reports II, 32'
Extent2 sheets
Access statusOpen
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