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The western and southern boundaries are marked Q, R, S, for example. A NEW & ACCURATE MAP OF NORTH AMERICA; from the best authorities.
A diagonal line runs from the Susquehanna R to Lake Erie P.
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It also appeared in William Faden's North American Atlas of 1777 which is the image here from the Library of Congress. It was published posthumously as Jefferys died in 1771 (Lister). CARTE GENERALE DU CANADA, DE LA LOUISIANE, DE LA FLORIDE, DE LA CAROLINE, DE LA VIRGINIE, DE LA NOUVELLE ANGLETERRE, ETC.
This map is from The American Atlas by Thomas Jefferys et al, published by Sayer & Bennett London 1776, see page 585 in Phillips. One of the broadside versions of this map is also illustrated in Pritchard & Taliaferro #54. This map was published in Santini's Atlas universel, 1776. Blank verso, "longitude occidentale du premier meridien", apparently west from Ferro.
D'ANVILLE IMPROVED WITH THE ENGLISH SURVEYS MADE SINCE THE PEACE, London printed for Robt Sayer & J. 53 Fleet Street, as the act directs 10 June 1775 (Mc Corkle #775.2). The table mentioned covers a large portion of the map and is titled Evan's Polymetric Table of America. This map is a later version of D'Anville's original 1755 map. The main map covers the eastern United States from Newfoundland to a cutoff Florida and to beyond the Mississippi. THE THEATRE OF WAR, IN THE PROVINCES OF MASSACHUSETS-BAY, CONNECTICUT, NEW-YORK, NEW-JERSEY, PENSILVANIA, MARILAND, VIRGINIA &C.
The map is printed on two sheets joined along the vertical centerline. Cartwright carves out some fanciful states on his map in addition to the original thirteen, most with Indian names. In the portrait Montresor holds a copy of Field Engineer, a textbook of the time. This map of the midwest appears in Santini's Atlas universel, Paris 1776, and is a companion to map 1776.4 below. The map extends to 40 south, so a slice of southern Pennsylvania does not appear.
which comprehends the Province of Quebec, the Government of Newfoundland, Nova-Scotia, New-England and New-York...; with a title above the border THE SEAT OF WAR IN THE NORTHERN COLONIES, CONTAINING THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC, NEWFOUNDLAND, NOVA-SCOTIA, NEW-ENGLAND, NEW-YORK, NEW-JERSEY, PENNSYLVANIA, &CA. A GENERAL MAP OF THE MIDDLE BRITISH COLONIES IN AMERICA. All of Pennsylvania is shown, and the southeastern portion is included in a detail from the map in Ristow. SCHAUPLATZ DES KRIEGS ZWISCHEN ENGELLAND UND SEINEN COLLONIEN IN AMERICA nach rightigen Carten gezeichnet und in diese Form gebracht von I: C: Iaeger. Mc Corkle #776.23 A MAP OF THE MIDDLE BRITISH COLONIES IN NORTH AMERICA. Lewis Evans, of Philadelphia, in 1755; and since corrected and improved, as also extended, with the addition of New England, and bordering parts of Canada, from actual surveys now lying at the Board of Trade. Printed & published according to Act of Parliament for J.
Jean Baptiste d'Anville was a French cartographer published by Sayer & Bennett who died in 1782. Despite the title this two-sheet map includes only the northeastern tip of Pennsylvania on the bottom sheet. THE THEATRE OF WAR IN NORTH AMERICA, with the roads, and tables, of the superficial contents, distances, &ca.
This version of William Scull's 1770 map (1770.1) was published separately and appeared in Thomas Jeffreys' The American Atlas published by R. The same image was used for map 1770.1 and the only difference between the two is in the title. The map originally appeared in 1755 (map 1755.5) and there were several versions.
A MAP OF PENNSYLVANIA EXHIBITING NOT ONLY THE IMPROVED PARTS OF THAT PROVINCE BUT ALSO ITS EXTENSIVE FRONTIERS: Laid down from actual surveys and chiefly from the late map of W. The 'peace' in the title refers to the French & Indian war which ended circa 1763. BRITISH AMERICA, bounded and divided as proposed by the author of American Independence. John Cartwright was the author of American Independence, published in London 1775, and this is one of the earliest maps addressing the topic. The map also appeared in William Faden's North American Atlas published in 1777, which is the image shown here from the Library of Congress. John Montresor was an officer in the British Army and its chief engineer in America.
Scull published in 1770; and humbly inscribed to the Honourable Thomas Penn and Richard Penn... The state extends to the 43rd parallel and includes Delaware as a county. Longitude is west from London at bottom, west from Ferro at top. It shows the familiar region from Newfoundland to a cutoff Florida and west to the Mississippi. He was a friend of the famous painter John Singleton Copley, a Loyalist, who did a portrait of him now in the Detroit Institute of Arts.
A broken line marked by many letters A, B, N, O, etc., appears in the east.