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"Gent. Mag. Feb. 1772" appears in upper right corner.; Inset: "Plan for a new settlement.", which was to be located at the junction of the Mississippi and Iberville rivers.
s.n.] (publisher)
Lodge, John, d. 1796. (creator)
On top margin: For the London Magazine.; Relief shown pictorially.; Prime Meridian: London.
R. Baldwin (publisher)
Baldwin, Richard, 1724-1770. (contributor)
Shows Indian villages, rivers and inlets, anchorages and soundings.; Inset: Plan of the harbour and settlement of Pensacola. Scale [ca. 1:420,000].; Relief shown by soundings for Pensacola harbor and approaches.; Prime meridian: London.
Gentlemen's Magazine (publisher)
Gibson, J. (John), fl. 1750-1792. (creator)
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.; Scale calculated from distance between latitudes 26° and 27° measured at the center of the map. Latitude scale provided; longitude too inaccurate to estimate.; Shows Florida region, northeastern coastline, Port Royal, Fort Caroline, Cuba, rivers, cities, and other geographical entities.; Has ornamental border, coats of arm at top left and right, two sailing ships, a sea monster, and an ornamental compass rose.; Two decorative cartouche enclose the title statement and "Scala Leucarum".
Typis Ioanis Wecheli (publisher)
Le Moyne de Morgues, Jacques, d. 1588. (creator)
Bry, Theodor de, 1528-1598. (contributor)
Watermark: GVARRO; Plate mark visible.; Relief shown pictorially.; Scale calculated from distance between latitudes 26° and 27° measured at the center of the map. Latitude scale provided; longitude too inaccurate to estimate.; Shows Florida region, northeastern coastline, Port Royal, Fort Caroline, Cuba, rivers, cities, and other geographical entities.; Unlike other editions, map has a publication statement in the lower left corner: MDXCII; Has ornamental border, coats of arm at top left and right, two sailing ships, a sea monster, and an ornamental compass rose.; Three decorative cartouche enclose the title statement, publication statement and "Scala Leucarum".
Typis Ioanis Wecheli] (publisher)
Le Moyne de Morgues, Jacques, -1588. (creator)
Bry, Theodor de, 1528-1598. (contributor)
Date appears on the title page of the volume in which this map is found.; Relief is shown pictorially.; Scales shown in Milliaria Germanica and Milliaria Gallica.; "Pag. 21" above neat line, upper right.; "Uytgeroerd te Leyden door Pieter vander Aa met Privilegie" below neat line, lower left.; "Pontius" below neat line, lower right.; Title in cartouche at lower right, surrounded by scenes of sailing ships, explorers arriving on shore, and explorers fighting Indians.
Pieter Vander Aa (publisher)
Aa, Pieter van der, 1659-1733. (creator)
Relief shown pictorially.; Map by J. Hondius, from a French edition of Mercator's Atlas, probably 1633, with text on verso for "Virginie et la Floride," p. 697 and 700. Signature: Oooooooo, catchword: ayant.; Includes notes, color ill., and cartouche with a view of a Florida Indian village on the left, and a Virginia Indian village on the right.
[H. Hondius?] (publisher)
Hondius, Jodocus, 1563-1612. (creator)
Hondius, Hendrik, 1597-1651.; Mercator, Gerhard, 1512-1594. (contributor)
At upper right in lower right corner of title box: Tom: VI, no. 27, pag: 101.; Box at lower left contains remarks on Mexico and Florida.; Relief shown pictorially.; Shows political boundaries, areas of Indian habitation, cities, towns, ports, rivers, and notable physical features for North America from the Great Lakes and New England in the north to the Sea of California, all of New Spain, the West Indies, and the northwest coast of South America; "Floride" encompassing the [modern-day] southeastern states and the majority of [modern-day] Texas and Oklahoma.; This is a reduced version of Guillaume de L'Isle's 1703 Carte du Mexique et de la Florida. According to Koeman, the map appeared in Vol. VI of the 1719 and 1732 editions of Chatelain's Atlas Historique. Library also holds the uncolored 1732 printing. The worn quality of the plate used in 1719 is evident.
Chatelain (publisher)
Chatelain, Henri Abraham. (creator)
Relief shown by soundings.; The Peninsula of Florida is delineated from an Original Spanish Draught (done in a very large scale)--entirely different from any extant, it was found on board a Spanish Ship taken by Admiral Frankland in the former war.; The Situation of Cabo del Canaveral is determined by several astronomical observations made by officers in both the British and Spanish Navys. The several points of the Bahama Islands as well as the soundings are adjusted by the observations of several British navigators.; Library also holds sheet 1, cataloged separately.
[Thos. Jefferys] (publisher)
Jefferys, Thomas, -1771. (creator)
Shows southeastern states plus part of Cuba and Bahamas.; Relief shown pictorially.; Watermark
Johannis Bogardi (publisher)
Wytfliet, Corneille. (creator)
Area covered includes from the Dry Tortugas and Florida Keys to just above Cumberland Island on the east coast, and to the Bay of St. Joseph on the Gulf coast. A portion of Cuba and the Bahamas are also shown.; Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings.; Prime meridian: Paris.; "18"--In upper margin.; "No. 2.H"--In lower margin.; "No. 1.H et 2.H. Ensemble, Prix trois francs"--In lower margin.
Dépôt general de la Marine (publisher)
France. Dépôt des cartes et plans de la marine. (creator)
Sartine, Antoine de, comte d'Alby, 1729-1801. (contributor)
Prime meridian: Ferro.; Relief shown pictorially.; Shows locations of many Indian tribes and their villages.
Pierre van der Aa (publisher)
Aa, Pieter van der, 1659-1733. (creator)
Depths shown by soundings.; Plate no. "27."; From G. L. Le Rouge's Pilote américain septentrional. 1778-79. v. 1.
Le Rouge (publisher)
Faden, William, 1749-1836. (creator)
Le Rouge, Georges-Louis. (contributor)
Relief shown pictorially.; Covers Atlantic Coast from Virginia to Florida.; Prime meridian: [Ferro].; Bar scale above the neat line on the lower margin: Milliaria Germanica communia.; Descriptive text in French on verso.; Map is almost identical to Jansson's map published in 1641. The maps can be identified by the erroneous longitudinal number "200" in the lower right corner on Blaeu's map. The correct number (300) appears on Jansson's map. Also "Powhatan." and "Secotan." shows a full stop on Blaeu's map.--(Burden and Koeman).; From W.J. and J. Blaeu's Le theatre dv monde, ou nouvel atlas. Amsterdami, 1638-1640.; Includes decorative cartouche and coat of arms.
[J. and C. Blaeu] (publisher)
Blaeu, Willem Janszoon, 1571-1638. (creator)
Blaeu, Joan, 1596-1673.; Blaeu, Willem Janszoon, 1571-1638. (contributor)
Covers the Atlantic coast from Cape Canaveral to Philadelphia; extends west to Natchitoches, Louisiana.; Relief shown pictorially.; Prime meridian: [Ferro].; Differs from other edition: lacks numbering inside border at top right; lacks "Chez Remondini" in cartouche.
Par P. Santini (publisher)
Anville, Jean Baptiste Bourguignon d', 1697-1782. (creator)
Santini, P. (contributor)
Prime meridian: Paris; Relief shown pictorially.; In bottom left margin: "Tome XII, in 4°, no. 1."; In bottom right margin: "Tome 10, in 8°, page 1."; Shows southern United States, eastern Mexico, Central America, northern South America, and West Indies.; Shows routes of Ponce de Leon in 1512, of Cortes in 1519, and of Hernandez de Cordoba in 1517.
Bellin, Jacques Nicolas, 1703-1772. (creator)
Relief shown pictorially. Depths shown by soundings.; Shows detail along coast of Florida, the Bahamas, and Cuba; roads, cities and towns, currents, routes of travel, islands, inlets, atolls, and notable physical features.; Includes ships illustrations.; In right upper margin: D.G. 4.
Laurie & Whittle (publisher)
Jefferys, Thomas, -1771. (creator)
Laurie & Whittle. (contributor)
Composition includes three maps, each with distinct title.; Two of the maps show new settlement proposed for Amelia Island.; Inset view is a coastal profile of mouth of Saint Marys River.; Published 26 March 1770 ... by Thomas Jefferys....
Thomas Jefferys, in the Strand (publisher)
Fuller, William, Captain. (creator)
Jefferys, Thomas, -1771. (contributor)
Shows Southeast from Mississippi River to western part of Florida and Georgia.; Above neat line at left: Fogl. X.; Prime meridian: Ferro.; Relief shown pictorially.
Antonio Zatta (publisher)
Zatta, Antonio, active 1757-1797. (creator)
Relief shown pictorially.
Marco Coltellini (publisher)
Scacciati, Andrea. (creator)
Pazzi, Giuseppe. (contributor)
Prime meridians: Ferro and Paris.; Relief shown pictorially.; "Liv. XVI, no. 46."; Also shows Georgia and portions of the Carolinas and Virginia.; Includes detailed information regarding territory of future states of Mississippi and Alabama.; Shows forts, Indian villages.
Bonne, Rigobert, 1727-1794. (creator)
André, Peter.; Raynal, abbé (Guillaume-Thomas-François), 1713-1796. (contributor)
Prime meridian: Ferro; Relief shown pictorially.; In Dutch and French.; From an unidentified edition of Atlas nouveau et curieux de plus célèbres itinéraires.; Pag:49 in upper right corner of border.; Vytgeroerd to Leyden door Pieter Vander A.A. met Priviledgie; Alonzo d' Ojeda in lower right margin.
Pierre vander Aa (publisher)
Aa, Pieter van der, 1659-1733. (creator)
Vázquez de Ayllón, Lucas, 1480?-; Ojeda, Alonso de, approximately 1466-approximately 1515. (contributor)
Prime meridians: London and Ferro; Relief shown by pictorially. Depths shown by soundings.; Shows coastline from Cabo del Norte to St. Martins Keys with particular detail for the surroundings of New Orleans, Pensacola Bay, Mobile Bay, and St. Joseph's Bay; route of Spanish fleet from Vera Cruz to Havana.; Includes ship illustrations and text notes.; "Printed for Robt. Sayer, Map & Printseller, No. 53 Fleet Street, as the Act directs 20th Feby. 1775.; In upper margin: D.F. 3.
Robert Sayer (publisher)
Jefferys, Thomas, d. 1771. (creator)
Sayer, Robert, 1725-1794. (contributor)
Relief shown pictorially.; Prime meridian: Paris and Ferro.; Based on Rigobert Bonne's Carte de la Louisiane, et de la Floride.; Shows present area of Southern States.
[publisher not identified] (publisher)
Bonne, Rigobert, 1727-1794. (contributor)
Date established from Burden, p. 413 (State 4).; Under neat line at lower right: Somer Sculp.; Relief shown pictorially.
Chez l'auteur re (publisher)
Sanson, Nicolas, 1600-1667 (creator)
Somer, Jean Pruthenus fl. 1650-1679. (contributor)
Reduced version of Hondius' 1606 map.; Relief shown pictorially.; Map in Latin; all other text in English.; Top of page: Chap. I Description of the coast from Florida to New found Land. 869; Verso: 870 Florida, New Spaine, etc.
Printed by William Stansby, for Henrie Fetherstone (publisher)
Hondius, Jodocus, 1563-1612. (creator)
Purchas, Samuel, 1577?-1626. (contributor)
Latitude scale, but no longitude.; Map in Latin. Directions in Dutch.; This map of Florida has the peninsula labeled "Tegesta provinci" and there is no northern border but Virginiae pars is in the northeast with mountains labeled "Apalatcy Montes" and lakes just west of Virginiae pars.; Some of the Bahamas and the north coast of Cuba are shown with the "Tropicus Cancri" slightly north of it.
[publisher not identified] (publisher)
Laet, Joannes de, 1581-1649. (creator)
Publication details from Burden.; Relief shown pictorially.; Scale of "Millaria Germanica" at lower left.; Title in cartouche at upper right.; Florida named "Tegesta provinc.".; Graticule lines show latitude extending from 23° to 37°.; Hessel Gerritsz was the map's author and probable engraver - Burden.; Based on the cartography of Jacques le Moyne, as interpreted by Cornelis Claesz - Burden.; Published in 1630 in "Beschrijvinghe van West-Indien" (Dutch text), in 1633 in "Novus Orbis" (Latin text) and in 1640 in "L'Histoire du Monde" (French text). The map's verso is blank in all of the above - Burden.; Titled "Florida et Regiones Vicinae" in the Catalogue of Maps, Prints, Drawings, etc., forming the geographical and topographical collection attached to the Library of his late Majesty King George the third, etc., London, 1829.
Laet, Joannes de, 1581-1649, (creator)
Gerritsz., Hessel, approximately 1581-1632,; Le Moyne de Morgues, Jacques, 1533?-1588. (contributor)
[between 1630 and 1640.]
Relief shown pictorially.; Derived from De L'Isle's 1703 Carte du Mexique et de la Floride.; In lower right margin: 96; Cartouche featuring Native Americans and wildlife, including a lion, surrounds title and publication statement.; Great detail is shown from the Missouri River to the Caribbean, with Villages des Natchez very near the center of the map.; Includes ill.
chez Covens et Mortier (publisher)
Aa, Pieter van der, 1659-1733. (creator)
L'Isle, Guillaume de, 1675-1726.; Cóvens et Mortier. (contributor)
Shows longitude and latitude.; Prime meridian: [Ferro]; Scale estimated from latitude spacing.; "Fig. 18"--Upper right margin.; Relief shown pictorially.
[Chez Jean David Zunner] (publisher)
Manesson-Mallet, Allain, 1630?-1706? (creator)
Zunner, Johann David, active approximately 1653-1705. (contributor)
Relief shown pictorially.; Scale estimated from latitude spacing.; Shows towns, rivers, etc.; Hand colored.
Sanson, Nicolas, 1600-1667. (creator)
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