In 1836 Imray joined with Michael Blachford, a small sea chart publisher based in London. The partnership flourished and soon began to compete with the larger firm of Norie and Wilson. In 1846 Imray bought out Blachford, and the company survived, led by descendants, into the twentieth century, when it merged with Norie and Wilson. Rivalry between the hydrographic charts of James Imray, Norie and the British Admiralty throughout the nineteenth century ensured independent works of high quality.
Maps of Antiquity is located on Cape Cod
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