Map of Florida after acquisition from Spain by Great Britain at end of French and Indian War divided into two Governments. Shows Indian villages, Fort Mobile, "la Balise Ft., Pensacola," "Old Town," and "New Town," rivers and inlets, anchorages, and soundings. Map shows the Florida peninsula as an archipelago. Left lower corner inset "Plan of the Harbour and Settlement of Pensacola" then the capital of West Florida.
Important map illustrating the new boundaries established at the end of the French and Indian War with England taking possession of the former French and Spanish Settlements in Canada and Florida. Map extends from the east coast of Newfoundland to East and West Florida, the Bahamas, and inland including the Great Lakes and French Louisiana. NOTE: boundary line indicating the limits of the Hudson's Bay Company, an etching of the fishing banks off Nova Scotia, and a large "Lands Reserved for the Indians" west of the Appalachians. Florida is divided into West and East indicating a territorial dispute with Spain from the ambiguities of the Louisiana Purchase. An inset map depicts Bermuda or Summer Islands. The King's Proclamation is published on page opposite this map in the Gentleman's Quarterly.
Untitled map detailing land features of Lousiana, Virginia, Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. Of note: also indicated are several lands of the Indigenous peoples - Country of the Kanoatinos, Ceuis, Pavis, Padoucas, Ougawas, Sious, and Caomtas Nation. Map extends to the Gulf of Mexico in the south to Lake Huron and Lake Michigan in the north. Niagara Fall is noted between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.
Circular map polar projection showing the "icy great North Sea" south to mid Asia and America along the Northwest Coast of America, Northeast Coast of Asia and Arctic Circle. A route from Japan to Portugal is shown around the apocryphal island of Jeso or Yesso. Map shows version of the mythical Sea of the West connecting via dotted lines to Hudson's Bay. Map shows no land masses near the poles.
Detailed plan of Gibraltar detailing specific rock formations, town plan, fortress walls, Governor's Gardens, windmills, The Old Mole, Queen's Battery, the Hospital, Rosia Guard, Grand Barracks, and the Magazine. The Road from Europa circumnavigates the landform. Of note is the specific boundary between the English and Spainards. Small inset map show orientation of Gibraltar in reference to the Bay of Gibraltar.
Strip maps of roadway detailing city blocks, buildings, and crossroads from London to Cambridge, Ely, and Kings Lynn; from oxford to Cambridge; from Ely to Bury.Ten strip maps on one sheet. Buildings within cities and along the road are etched and several shires are noted.
Map of Jamaica noted as an ideal located for the general rendezvous of fleets of all services in the West Indies from a safe harbour. Map depicts all bays along the coastline and some rivers, valleys, mountains and vales inland. No towns or cities indicated.