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Engraved mark of the Depósito Hydrográfia in upper left hand corner of map.; "Fernando Selma lo grabò" appears at lower right hand corner of map.; Prime meridian: Cadíz.; Continents and islands outlined in green and bordered in pink.; Depth indicated by soundings.; Not indexed in Phillips entry for: Atlas maritimo español, Madrid: Dirección de hidrografíca, 1789-1814 with other maps of American interest (Phillips, 4155).; Map shows the North Atlantic Ocean with Europe (from part of Ireland and England, the Low Countries, France, Spain, Portugal and the western Mediterranean) and Africa (from North Africa and West Africa and then to the Equator, including Sao Thomé); also includes the islands in the North Atlantic Ocean (the Azores, the Canary Islands, and Cape Verde); on the left side of the map the continent of North America shows from Labrador and Newfoundland in the north to the Caribbean, the Isthmus of Panama and part of South America from Colombia, Venezuela and the Guianas in the south to the Equator.
Dirección de hidrografíca] (publisher)
Spain. Dirección de Trabajos Hidrográficos. (creator)
Selma, Ferdinand, 1752-1810.; Spain. Depósito Hidrográfico. (contributor)
Relief shown by hachures.; Inset: Island of Jamaica. Scale [ca. 1:1,550,000].; Scanned raster image of original: 1 map : hand col. ; 37 x 48 cm.; Original in the David Rumsey Collection; scanned by Cartography Associates.
Lizars, Daniel, 1760-1812. (creator)
John Hamilton (Firm); Whittaker, Treacher and Co.; William Curry, Jun. & Co.; David Rumsey Collection.; Cartography Associates. (contributor)
Prime meridian: Greenwich.; Published August 12th, 1804.
R. Wilkinson (publisher)
Wilkinson, Robert, -approximately 1825. (creator)
Prime meridians: London and Ferro; Relief shown pictorially.; Identifies European possessions.; "Engraved for Moore's new and complete collection of voyages and travels."
[s.n.] (publisher)
Conder, Thomas, 1746 or 7-1831. (creator)
Moore, John Hamilton, d. 1807. (contributor)
"Entered ... in the year 1874 by O.W. Gray."; Shows West Indies, Central America, and Caribbean Sea with cities and rivers.; Relief shown by hachures.; Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.; Inset: The Bermuda Islands.; "181" in lower right hand margin.; Text on verso: "182 / General Description - South America."; From an unidentified edition of Gray's Atlas.
s.n (publisher)
Gray, F. A. (Frank A.) (creator)
Atwood, John M., b. ca. 1818.; Gray, Ormando Willis. (contributor)
Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Depths shown by bathymetric tints and soundings.; Includes text and 38 insets.; Supplement to National Geographic, January, 1970 Vol. 137, No. 1 - West Indies and Central America.; Accompanied by: Index to map of West Indies and Central America. 23 p.
National Geographic Society (U.S.). Cartographic Division. (creator)
Chamberlin, Wellman.; Grazzini, Athos D. (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.
[publisher not identified] (publisher)
Chatelain, Henri Abraham. (creator)
Relief shown pictorially.; Scales of inset maps vary.; 42 in upper right margin.; Library copy has portions of upper left and lower right margins trimmed, removing some text and scale.; Although this map is dated 1783, it does not take into account the end of the war and the establishment of the United States.
Chez Basset, rue St. Jacques au coin de celle des Mathurins à Ste. Genevieve (publisher)
Phelipeau, René, fl. 1748-1784. (creator)
Nolin, Jean Baptiste, 1686-1762. (contributor)
Relief shown by hachures.; This same map, with only changes in pagination and publisher statements, appears in Playfair atlases beginning in 1814.
Published by Alexr. Macredie (publisher)
Cooper, H. engraver (creator)
Playfair, James, 1738-1819.; Macredie, Alexander. (contributor)
No. 39; Surrounded by text on three sides, giving historical and statistical information.
Lucas, Fielding, Jr., 1781-1854. (creator)
Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879.; Carey & Lea.; Young & Delleker. (contributor)
Published Jany. 1st, 1813, by S. & G. Neele Strand.; Neele sculp.; Relief shown by hachures.; Plate XLII from an unidentified atlas.
S. & G. Neele (publisher)
S. & G. Neele (creator)
Neele, Samuel John, 1758-1824. (contributor)
"No.58"; Two inset maps: "The Bermuda Islands"; "City & Harbor of Havana."; Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.; Plain border.; Text on verso: The West Indies -- Santo Domingo; Plate 58 from an unidentified Colton atlas.
J.H. Colton & Co (publisher)
Colton, J. H. (Joseph Hutchins), 1800-1893. (creator)
J.H. Colton & Co. (contributor)
Imprint derived from the atlas in which this state of the map was issued.; Previous state was issued in the 1817 edition of "A New General Atlas"; engraver's name removed, number added.; Numbered 60.; "Drawn & Engraved for Thomson's New General Atlas."; Shows boundaries, rivers and principal settlements.; Relief shown by hachures.; Greenwich meridian.
John Thomson & Co (publisher)
Clerk, T. (Thomas),; John Thomson and Company (fl. 1813-1869,),) (contributor)
In: Carey, Henry Charles. A complete historical ... American atlas, 1822, no. 39.; Below neat line at left: Drawn by F. Lucas Jr.; Engraved by: Young & Delleker.; Enclosed in large text block providing information on West Indies.; Copy 2 in: Carey, Henry Charles. A complete historical ... American atlas, 1823, no. 39.
H.C. Carey & I. Lea (publisher)
Lucas, Fielding, 1781-1854. (creator)
Young & Delleker.; Carey & Lea. (contributor)
Publisher names and dates taken from Tooley.; Prime meridian: London.; No relief shown.
R. Phillips (publisher)
Phillips, R. (Richard), Sir, 1767-1840. (creator)
Relief shown by hachures.; Covers also Central America, the Yucatan Peninsula, the Caribbean coast of South America and the Gulf coast of the United States.; Includes inset map which continues the western portion of the map.; Below lower left neat line: "Along the line surveyed for a proposed Canal from the port of S. Juan on the South Sea, to the L. of Nicaragua, the distance is 32,687 yds. (7,000 to a league); & the Lake is 44 yds. 2 ft. (Spanish) above the sea level."
J. Arrowsmith, 10 Soho Square (publisher)
Arrowsmith, John, 1790-1873. (creator)
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