John Haines (fl. 1795 - 1809) was a London printer and publisher. Operating as Haines and Company (and Haines and Son,) his specialty was the production of inexpensive mezzotints on religious or moralizing themes. His cartographic output, however, appears to have exclusively been separately-issued, large, two-sheet wall maps. Haines' mapmaking enterprise does not seem to have been abundantly successful: very few of the house's works survive in either institutional collections or on the market.

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