A British map of Spanish controlled Omoa Harbour and of the construction of Fortaleza de San Fernando de Omoa, located on the northern coast of present day Honduras and made a short time before the Battle of San Fernando de Omoa.
Detailed map of the Island of Tobago, showing Divisions (and the size of each Division by acres), towns, harbors, bays, points, islands, rivers and other details. An attractive, small map fully engraved with much detail on the island. The island is partitioned into seven divisions, each identifying the number of acres and estates. Near Rocky Bay is a notation about the location of King Roufsels People, referring to a small group of Amerindians, the remaining indigenous people of Tobago. Soundings and shoals marked in the harbors, and the map is oriented with a nice compass rose.
Map of the Grand Canal ranging from the Irish Sea to the River Shannon. Pictorial map of bridges, towns, villages, out buildings, and rivers, and canal. References to distance in chart below map plan are in Irish meters, furlongs and plantation acres.
Map depicting the Battle of the Cul de Sac, Saint Lucia, oriented with SE at the top. This is the first printed plan of the battle between the English and French forces in St. Lucia during the Revolutionary War. This superb representation illustrates the various attacks and counter attacks in December 1778 between General Meadows and Count d'Estaigne. The movements of the French Fleet are shown in four different instances between the morning of December 15th near the centre of the map at Vigie to its movement west for the attack on Le Grand Cul de Sac in the forenoon, its repositioning and 2nd attack in the afternoon, and finally its anchoring off Gros Islet Bay. Positions of ships within the lines and direction of cannon fire are illustrated. Dispositions of troops and artillery positions are shown; hachuring to depict high ground. Le Grand Cul-de-Sac has a latitude of 13.986 WGS;
A map of the Solway Moss, a raised bog near Longtown, Cumbria, England made to accompany the author's description of its 'eruption' that occurred in 1771. Notice the ornate cartouch on this map of Solway Moss, a lowland peat bog, in Cumbria, near the Scottish border. In November 1542 it was the site of the Battle of Solway Moss, between Scotland and England. Solway Moss is now part of Carlisle district.