A PLAN of QUEBEC
Insets: The Port and Environs of Quebec as it was when attack'd by the English; A Draught of the River St. Laurence. There is a detailed written description of Quebec, including its history.
Scale of the main map is in yards and for the Quebec inset it is in toises (1 toises = 6 feet); there is no graticule present.
1 map : 32 x 35 cm
Published according to Act of Parliament October 1759 by E. Oakley & sold by J. Rocque near Round Corner in the Strand.
-71.215; -71.200; 46.805; 46.821
Quebec inset: 1:54,000
St. Lawrence inset: 1:65,000
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
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