Map of the route of the 2nd Jacobite Rebellion in the area surrounding Carlisle. There is a nice inset of Carlisle Castle in the bottom left corner, as well as a legend on the bottom of the map indicating important locations.
A large scale plan drawn by eye of the Solway Moss including a raised bog near Longtown, Cumbria, England made to accompany the author's description of its 'eruption' that occurred in 1771. Compare with A PLAN OF SOLWAY MOSS, in CUMBERLAND from 1779. Map etchings include the Gratney House in bottom left corner, several small houses and one large tree central in the Moss. There is descriptive text on pages 265-66 of the magazine from John Walker of Moffat.
A map of the Solway Moss, a raised bog near Longtown, Cumbria, England made to accompany the author's description of its 'eruption' that occurred in 1771. Notice the ornate cartouch on this map of Solway Moss, a lowland peat bog, in Cumbria, near the Scottish border. In November 1542 it was the site of the Battle of Solway Moss, between Scotland and England. Solway Moss is now part of Carlisle district.