b'142961 (Detail)961ILLUSTRATED MAP of MELBOURNE AND SUBURBS Showing Government Sections and Allotments, Railways, Public Buildings, &c. COMPILED from the latest Surveys and most authentic Sources to date. Published by Chas. F. Maxwell and W. Reed Phillips, 74 Chancery Lane Melbourne, 1872. [Melbourne, Hamel & Ferguson Lith. 85 Queen St. Melbourne]; lithographed in sixteen sections and laid down on linen; each section being approx. 32 x 41cm. Overall 1280 x 1610cm; (framed 1420 x 1770mm). BELIEVED TO BE UNIQUE.The map is surrounded by 66 illustrations of the buildings or commercial premises occupied by the major businesses, banks and hotels to be found in Melbourne. The largest illustrations are for GEORGE ROBERTSON Importer of Books and Stationery, and Account-Book Manufacturer (centre left), THE CARLTON BREWERY, MELBOURNE Edward Latham & Co. (bottom centre) and FELTON, GRIMWADE & CO., WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS (centre right). Other businesses represented include Sands & McDougalls New Warehouses, Lawrence and Adam, Wholesale Grocers, Wine & Spirit Merchants, The Old White Hart Hotel, Brushers Western Port Oyster Depot, W. Hutchinsons Iron Foundry, P. Falk & Co., Tobacco Merchants & General Importers, The Victoria Lime & Cement Company, W.H. Rocke & Co.s Carpet and Furnishing Showrooms, James McEwan & Co. Wholesale Ironmongers & Iron Merchants, John Currie Wholesale Grocer and Wine Merchant, J. Beechers Livery & Letting Stables and Charles F. Maxwell, Law Bookseller & Publisher, and many more. A remarkable representation of the commercial and social life of Melbourne in the early 1870s.$3,0005,000962SAMUEL B. BONNEY,Plan of the Government House and Domain Gardens: Designed by Joseph Sayce Esq., Caulfield,hand-coloured lithograph,Department of Lands & Survey, 1873.34 x 55cm; (framed 47 x 69cm).$200300 '