MAP of POLAND, with APPENDAGES; shewing the late Partition of that KINGDOM
The First Partition was of the Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth, and only partly of one of its two constituents: the Kingdom of Poland.
A map showing the territorial boundaries of Poland of that time, extending deep into present day Ukraine, and encompassing modern Lithuania and Belarus. Coordinates and scale were calculated from the graticule using London as its Prime Meridian, and the map's scale bar which was in nautical miles. Map was georeferenced to the Equidistant Conic projection.
1 map ; 16 x 20 cm
12.878; 38.605; 46.633; 58.000
Unstated; Equidistant Conic
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
v.42, November 1772, opposite pg. 502
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