Accurate Map of the BRITISH EMPIRE in N'TH AMERICA as settled by the Preliminaries in 1762
Relief shown pictorially on map depicting settlements in North America by 1762. Shaded countries are those formerly claimed or possessed by France and Space and now ceded to Great Britain at the end of the French and Indian War. Capes, bays, and islands are etched including the Great Fishing Bank. Inset map depicts the mouth of the Mississippi.
The map has two Prime Meridians; the top is based in London, the bottom is based in Ferro. The map reads with North facing to the top of the map.
D. Henry and R. Cave
1 map : 21 x 25 cm
Prince Edward IslandNewfoundland and LabradorNova ScotiaNew Brunswick
FloridaVirginiaNorth CarolinaSouth Carolina
-92.854; -51.678; 28.700; 55.751
Inset: -90.706; -88.508; 28.787; 30.479
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
v.32 Supplement 1762, opposite pg. 605
D. Henry and R, Cave
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