By 1877 Victoria had been well and truly surveyed
The counties of Victoria are names of the divisions used in Victoria, Australia, for land administration purposes. Victoria is divided into 37 counties, which were gazetted in stages between 1849 and 1871 as Victoria was progressively opened up to British settlement. Victoria’s counties have no administrative or political function. They exist purely as cadastral units: used for the purposes of identifying the location of any piece of land. The counties are further divided into 2914 parishes and townships.
1877 map of the 37 counties of Victoria.
Map printed and published by E. Whitehead & Co Engravers & Lithographers.
Map displays Roads; Railways; Telegraphs and Railways in Progress
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