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Relief shown pictorially.; Prime meridian: Ferro.; Contains views of Niagara Falls, Father Louis Hennepin and the Buffalo.; Text in Latin and French.; Color coded to show Louisiana, Florida, Canada, the Spanish colonies of Mexico, and the English colonies that would become the United States.; Watermark.
J.B. Homann (publisher)
Homann, Johann Baptist, 1663-1724. (creator)
Hennepin, Louis, active 17th century. (contributor)
Relief shown pictorially.; Engraved by: J. Gibson.; Prime meridians: London and Ferro; Newly acquired former French possessions shown by shading.; Inset shows Mississippi delta area.; From: Gentleman's magazine, 1762.
[publisher not identified] (publisher)
Gibson, J. (John), active 1750-1792. (creator)
Prime meridian: Ferro; Covers the area east of the Mississippi River from James Bay to Cuba. Shows colonies, major towns and cities, rivers and lakes, land reserved for Indians.; Relief shown pictorially.
D. Henry and R. Cave (publisher)
Gibson, J. (John), fl. 1750-1792. (creator)
Prime meridian: London.; Relief shown pictorially.; At head of map: Engraved for Bankes's New system of universal geography, published by royal authority.
Printed for C. Cooke (publisher)
Bowen, Thomas, -1790. (creator)
Bankes, Thomas, 1744- (contributor)
Relief shown pictorially and by soundings..; Prime meridian: Paris.; Locates French (existing and abandoned), English and Spanish forts.; Watermark.; Probably issued with: Remarques sur la Carte de l'Amerique Septentrionale, comprise entre le 28e et le 72e dégré de latitude, avec une description geographique de ces parties / par M. Bellin.; This map is also in Jacques Nicolas Bellin, Hydrographie francaise, Paris, vol. 2 no. [15].
n.p (publisher)
Bellin, Jacques Nicolas, 1703-1772. (creator)
Relief shown pictorially.; Prime meridian: Ferro.; "8."; Includes list of contents of "The British Empire in North America."
Printed for R. Sayer & J. Bennett, map &c. sea chartsellers (publisher)
Dunn, Samuel, -1794. (creator)
Carver, Jonathan, 1710-1780.; Jefferys, Thomas, -1771.; Robert Sayer and John Bennett (Firm) (contributor)
Reissue of Robert Morden's map of [1695] with changes to author, imprint, and replacement of British coat of arms with dedication to Herver.; Dedicated to: Herver Edgly Herver of Clapham.; Engraved by: I. Harris.
[publisher not identified] (publisher)
Senex, John, -1740. (creator)
Harris, I., -1739.; Morden, Robert, approximately 1650-1703. (contributor)
Relief shown pictorially.; Prime meridians: London and Ferro.; European possessions and disputed lands shown by color key.
n.p (publisher)
Rocque, John, -1762. (creator)
Palairet, Jean, 1697-1774.; Kitchin, Thomas, 1718-1784. (contributor)
"Printed... as the Act directs, 10 June, 1786".; Relief shown pictorially.; Prime meridians: Ferro and Greenwich.; Inset table at upper left lists the thirteen states and the British provinces.; Color key shows United States, British, French and Spanish possessions.; Decorative title cartouche depicts trees and cargo bales.; 40 in lower right margin.
Dunn, Samuel, -1794, (creator)
Carver, Jonathan, 1710-1780,; Sayer, Robert, 1725-1794. (contributor)
Date taken from Boston Public's Norman B. Leventhal Map Center.; This map shows the English colonies, approximately at the close of the French and Indian War. Indian tribes are located, as are forts built by the French.; No cartographer or publisher's name is given.; Relief shown pictorially.; Florida extends below the neat line.; Prime meridians: Ferro and London.; Large cartouche surrounds title statement at lower right.; Scales at lower left.
[n.p.] (publisher)
Relief shown pictorially.; Index map to Popple's larger, 20 sheet map of the same name.; Includes 4 inset views, 18 inset maps, ill., and note.; Fold-lined. Annotations in pencil in lower margin.
Sold by the proprietors S. Harding on the pavement in St. Martins Lane and W.H. Toms engraver in Union Court near Hatton Garden, Holborn (publisher)
Popple, Henry, -1743. (creator)
Harding, Samuel, -1755.; Toms, W. H. (William Henry), approximately 1700-approximately 1750. (contributor)
Relief shown pictorially. Depths shown by soundings.; Shows major roads, major cities, forts, and Indian settlements.; Includes text about historical events.; Outline color.; Prime meridian: London.; Insets: The cataract of Niagara--A draught of ye town and harbour of Charles-town--A map of the principal part of North America--A map of the improved part of Carolina with the settlements &c.--[South part of Carolina and the east part of Florida].
Moll, Herman, -1732. (creator)
Bowles, Thomas, -1767.; Bowles, John, 1701-1779.; King, I. (contributor)
Relief shown pictorially.; Oriented with north to the upper left.; Prime meridian: Ferro.; In upper right left margin: "Gent. Mag."; From Gentleman's Magazine. July 1754, p. [323].; Covers New York and areas of New England, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia and other states reaching to the Mississippi River. Identifies Indian Nations.
Printed by Edw. Cave, at St. John's Gate (publisher)
Bowen, Emanuel, d. 1767. (creator)
Bowen, Thomas, d. 1790.; Cave, Edward, 1691-1754. (contributor)
July 1754
Note on map and original catalog card references General Magazine of Arts and Sciences, Vol. 1, 1755, but no map was found in that item.; Date taken from Maps and Charts of North America and the West Indies, 1750-1789.; Relief shown pictorially.; Prime meridian: London.; Shows provinces, towns and cities, forts, Indian villages and tribal territory, missions, trails, some industries, and vegetation. Includes numerous historical and descriptive notes.
s.n (publisher)
Bowen, Thomas, d. 1790. (creator)
Shows the East coast from Labrador to northern Florida, and the interior as far west as the Mississippi Valley.; Relief shown pictorially.; Graphic scales: [2 1/16 in. or 5.3 cm. equal] 60 English marine leagues, 20 to a degree [or, 2 3/4 in. or 7 cm. equal] 280 English miles, 69 1/2 to a degree.; Prime meridians: Ferro and London.; Coordinates printed on map; Ferro at top (W75°--W35°); Greenwich, at bottom (W87°35'--W62°35' [i.e. W92°35'--W52°35' at top)/N50°--N30°.; Text in lower right corner cuts lower part of map off at Florida coast, i.e. at W78° (Ferro W60°).; 16 sections mounted on linen.; Hand-colored.; Includes texts: French incroachments [2 col.] -- English title to their settlements on the continent [3 col.].
Published ... by Thos. Jefferys, Geographer ... near Charing Cross (publisher)
Jefferys, Thomas, -1771. (creator)
Anville, Jean Baptiste Bourguignon d', 1697-1782. (contributor)
Hand colored.; Prime meridian: Isle de Fer.; Relief shown pictorially.; "Paris, Chez le Sr. Moithey ... Et chez Crepy ... "; Includes text, "Notice historique de l'Amérique Séptentrionale" and inset "Carte de l'Ocean Occidental où l'on fait voir les routes des différents de l'Europe pour concuire dans l'Amérique Séptentrionale."
Moithey, Maurille Antoine, 1732-1805. (creator)
Jefferys, Thomas, -1771.; Crépy (Firm) (contributor)
Multiple scales.; Claim to ownership indicated by colors..; Third state of the map, indicated by the omission of Palairet's name from the title cartouche; "Longitude occidentale de l'île de Fer. Longitude occidentale de Londres"; Cartouche surrounds title statement.; Publication statement in lower margin.; From an edition of A concise description of the English and French possessions in North-America....
Kitchin, Thomas, 1718-1784. (creator)
Palairet, Jean, 1697-1774. (contributor)
Relief shown pictorially.; "Revue, corrigée et considérablemt. augmentée en 1782."; Inset: Carte particuliere des embouchures de la Rivie. S. Louis et de de la Mobile.
Chez Dezauche (publisher)
L'Isle, Guillaume de, 1675-1726. (creator)
Dezauche, J. (contributor)
Relief shown pictorially.; Prime meridians: Paris and London.; Includes list of abbreviations, decorative cartouche, compass rose and 18 insets.; French key map state 3, according to Babinski.; Author attribution and publishing date taken from Babinski's analysis of Popple's 1733 map.; Map attributed to Le Rouge based on reference in W.P. Cumming's Southeast in early maps, no. 216. The earliest edition of Le Rouge's map appeared ca.1742.; Map based on Henry Popple's Map of the British Empire in America, with the French and Spanish settlements adjacent thereto (1733).; Library's acquisition record dates the map 1755. The OCLC record is for a 1763? edition. There is no evidence on the map as to its specific date.
Chez Crepy rue St. Jacques à St. Pierre près la rue de la Parcheminerie (publisher)
Le Rouge, Georges-Louis. (creator)
Popple, Henry, -1743.; Crépy (Firm) (contributor)
Relief shown pictorially.; Includes text.; Prime meridian: Ferro.; Watermark.
[Chez Mondhare et Jean] (publisher)
Clouet, J. B. L. (Jean-Baptiste Louis), 1730- (creator)
Prime meridian:[Ferro].; Engraved by: C. Simonneau.; Below neat line at right: Ph. Buache ... avec privilege du roi.; Below cartouche: Avec privilege du roi, 1783.; Reissue of original L'Isle plate of 1703 with Buache and Dezauche imprint, change of title, and other alterations, including boundaries of United States.; Color key added at bottom to identify boundaries of respective nations or their colonies.
Dezauche, rue des Noyers (publisher)
L'Isle, Guillaume de, 1675-1726. (creator)
Simonneau, Charles, 1645-1728.; Buache, Philippe, 1700-1773.; Dezauche, Jean Claude, active 1770-1824. (contributor)
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