CARY, John. ~ Cary’s Traveller’s Companion, or, a Delineation of the Turnpike Roads of England and Wales; shewing the immediate Rout to every Market and Borough Town throughout the Kingdom. Laid down from the best Authorities, on a new set of County Maps, to which is added, an Alphabetical List of all the Market Towns, with the Days on which they are held. London: for John Cary, 1791.
8vo (164 × 100 mm), engraved title, advertisement, contents leaf and 43 maps on 22 leaves (most printed both sides) and one (Yorkshire) on large folding sheet, pp. ,  in letterpress at end (list of markets and an advert). The maps partially hand coloured. Short closed tear t the large folding map of Yorkshire (no loss). Contemporary tree calf, expertly rebacked to style. Purchase inscription (1872) to front free endpaper, bookplates of George S. Fry and James M. Osborn. A very nice copy.
An attractive portable atlas. A reissue of the plates of the 1790 edition, with the dates altered to ‘Sepr. 1, 1792’ on all of the maps except the map of Yorkshire. Letterpress printed by C. Rickaby, whose name appears at foot of first page.