CHART of the SEA COAST of NEW FOUNDLAND, NEW SCOTLAND, NEW ENGLAND, NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY with VIRGINIA and MARYLAND
Mount & Page
The original cartography was based on maps from c.1713. It remained unchanged through it's various printings and states (as late as 1784) giving it a somewhat dated look as compared to other maps published of the area during the same time period.
Prime Meridian is unknown, due to lack of top and bottom graticule.
J. Mount, T. Page and W. Mount
1 map ; 46 x 56 cm
Although Walter has a notation on the map of c.1745, research definitely marks this as the 2nd state with 1) the design of the cartouche and 2) the extent of the Grand Banks to Cape Race. This state was published unchanged in the English Pilot. 4th Book from 1753-1770. Without the atlas in hand, it is impossible to determine which actual edition it was from (Kershaw 236).
Prince Edward IslandNewfoundlandNova ScotiaQuebec
VirginiaMaineNew HampshireMassachusettsRhode IslandConnecticutNew YorkNew JerseyDelawareMaryland
New ScotlandNew France
-82.530; -49.306; 35.927; 52.476
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
The English Pilot
The Fourth Book
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