Top map includes engraved references a-t. Bottom map with title and 5 lines of engraved text. On page 11 of the volume begins an account of the island: "A plan of St. Philip's Castle with its accompanying town, and another smaller scale plan along with the strategically important harbour and the town of Mahon, in Minorca, one of the Balearic Islands". The explanatory legend details the castle's fortifications, while soundings and coastlines are shown for the harbour. A description of the work sits below the map. engraved on map are various important structures: Nunnery, Victualing Office for the navy, Product House, Mast house, Quarantine Island, The New Road, and Navel Hospital. Fortifications are detailed as are vegetation, buildings, fathom depths, and pathways.
Map of islands showing crisscrossing compass roses to aid navigation, a ornately scroll-motif cartouche, and soundings by fathom. Includes inset: East View of Castle Cornet. An account of the islands begins on page 147.
A map showing the area around Silesia, a heavily contested area between the Austrians and Prussians during the Seven Years War. A cartouche frames the work's title near the top right corner. The Oder and Elbe river systems are symbolized with double lines to signify major waterways; light relief is shown through hatching, individual trees show wooded areas, and broken lines delineate borders.
A chart showing the coastline of Southwestern Europe and surrounding waters. Two large, crisscrossing compass roses show rhumb lines around the Bay of Biscay and the Mediterranean. The larger compass rose sites in the Mediterranean Sea. Many of the coastal annotations are perpendicular to the coastlines, reminiscent of the Thames school of mapmakers. Inland features are ignored save for major capitals. Perimeter scale bar in leagues.