New and Correct Chart of the North Part of America from NEW FOUND LAND to HUDSONS BAY
Mount & Page
Although Walter has a notation on the map of c.1745, research definitely marks this as the 4th State with the extension of the fishing banks to Cape Race and the added stippling of the fishing banks. This state was published unchanged in the English Pilot. 4th Book from 1753-1775.
Map of north eastern North America, featuring explored coastlines, depth measurements, and ocean banks (stippled). The presence of rhumb lines indicate mercator projection. Map scale is not provided; the representative fraction provided is a representation of the scope of the map. Due to the projection, scale factor increases with latitude. Map uses Tenerife meridian along the top and Cádiz meridian long the bottom.
W. & I. Mount & T. Page
1 map : 44 x 56 cm
OntarioNova ScotiaNewfoundland and LabradorQuebecPrince Edward IslandNew Brunswick
Nova BritaniaNew ScotlandNew France
-96.005; -47.297; 43.346; 64.945
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
The English Pilot
The Fourth Book. Plate 
J. Mount, T. Page and W. Mount
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