Large detailed map of England and Wales detailing every hamlet, village, town, and city including rivers, roadways, coast lines, and channels. Scotland's coastline is to the nore, Greeland's coastline is to the west and a small portion of Frances coastline is at the bottom right. The cartouche is incredibly elaborate with waterfalls, scrools, clusters of grapes, bees and a hive, a sleeping dog, a full cornicopia, and an urn.
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 detailing locations of Highlanders and Rebels during the battle fought at Prestonpans, East Lothaian, Scotland. The Jacbite army loyal to James Stuart les by his son Charles Edward Stuart defeated the government army loyal to the Hanoverian George II led by Sir John Cope. This battle is heavily mythologized. The text accompanying the plan in this journal explicitly details the battle from a letter to Sir John Cope. The map is keyed locating the dragoons location and flights, the rebels march, and other military advancements.
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.