A nautical chart of the region along the coastlines of the British Isle including Scotland, Ireland, and Wales. The "Nymph Bank" is highlighted and a tiny fleet of ships is located between the Isle of Man and Belfast. A fleur-de-lis and rhumb lines embellish the chart.
Map of the Grand Canal ranging from the Irish Sea to the River Shannon. Pictorial map of bridges, towns, villages, out buildings, and rivers, and canal. References to distance in chart below map plan are in Irish meters, furlongs and plantation acres.
Map of Ireland divided into its 4 provinces by different colours outlining the borders and further subdivided into their respective counties. Major roads are shown using hollow double lines, and bye-roads with single lines of a lighter lineweight than what is used for rivers. Fishing banks within St. Georges Channel and the Irish Sea are shown, along with light relief. J. Gary Scuip. noted below simple medallion title. Nymph Bank noted as discovered in 1735 by Captain Doyle.
Ireland, Scotland, Wales, England and the Isle of Man are all shown in washed colours. Colour key on page 49 on volume. Town compass roses adorn the map to show the navigation in St. George's Channel and the Irish Sea. A seashell and floral cartouche frames the map's title, with a bearded man in the bottom-centre. The coastlines are buffered by dark hatcing to help the figure-ground distinction.
An engraved perspective view of Dublin, as viewed from across the River Liffey. Detailed etching of spires, churches, river and bridges, fortifications, city wall, mill, and tree -lined streets. Two field labourers (one female, one male) are shown stooking grass and plowing land.