Map depicting the Duke of York's visit to Italy, landing in Genoa traveling through Florence, Rome, Naples returning through small towns along the Gulf of Venice. The area is labeled "Land of the Church".
A map of Western Europe and North Africa around the end of the Seven Years War. As a chart coastal features are emphasized, and there is very little promoting figure/ground distinction save some light shading. Due to the small scale no soundings are shown; a few hazards and sand banks are displayed around Jersey and the English Channel. A 32 point compass rose shows rhumb lines around the Bay of Biscay, and the St. Georges and English Channels. The cartouche includes authority and is exceedingly elaborate with etches of sailing ships and sail boats, birds in flight, and vegetation.
A chart showing the coastline of Southwestern Europe and surrounding waters. Two large, crisscrossing compass roses show rhumb lines around the Bay of Biscay and the Mediterranean. the larger compass rose sites in the Mediterranean Sea. Many of the coastal annotations are perpendicular to the coastlines, reminiscent of the Thames school of mapmakers. Inland features are ignored save for major capitals. Perimeter scale bar in leagues.
A map showing the Kingdom of Naples and Sicily. In 1783 was the Calabrian earthquakes/ and Tsunamis occurred in early February, and the death of Prince Giuseppe due to smallpox. Light relief is shown with hatching, and there is small coastal shading. The Kingdom of Naples was a major political entity in the southern Italian peninsula from 1282 until 1808. In 1816 it was joined with Sicily to form the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, and in 1861 it was annexed to form the Kingdom of Italy. Roads are shown, and border delineation is done through broken lines.