Accompanied by a legend below the map indicating fortifications and battle positions of ships during the 1739 battle between the English naval forces and Spanish defenders and represented an early victory for the English in the War of Austrian Succession. The depiction of some ships in the harbor have curious dustcloud-like illustrations.
Woodcut covering the coastline from the Lizard Peninsula in England to the Strait of Gibraltar. Perhaps due to space restrictions, the English Channel appears closed off between England and France. The map is accompanied by a written description of the movement of English fleets.
There are 3 nice illustrations accompanying the map, one of Maria Teresa, Queen of Hungary, one a view of the city of EGRA (the historic name for Cheb in the Czech Republic), and last a Southern View of Prague. The map and both views have key locations indicated.