Includes text. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. LC copy stamped in blue ink in lower left margin: 82A. LC copy imperfect: Darkened, use-worn, losses along edges, mounted on cloth.
Relief shown pictorially. From: A new general atlas, containing a geographical and historical account of all the empires, kingdoms, and other dominions of the world, 1721. Phillips. Maps of America. Includes notes. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. LC copy imperfect: Soiled and with small tears along edges.
Colonial America. This map, taken from the New General Atlas, 1721, is dedicated to Mr. Law. It is a translation of the French map of Delisle, published in 1718. Maps of the Miss. River Exhibit no. 10. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
The maps also cover the Lower Counties (now the State of Delaware) which at the time were part of Pennsylvania. The "Virginia" map shows lines of latitude (identified) and longitude (unidentified). Common title devised by cataloger. Annotated in ink handwriting on recto by Ferdinand J. Paris (attorney for the Penn Family). The "Virginia" map is oriented with north to the right. Hand col. (light ...
Relief shown pictorially. Most humbly inscrib'd to the most Hon[ora]ble the Marquiss of Harold &c. On left margin: The XIII Cantons of the Suisses. On right margin: The Allies of the Suisses Cantons. At bottom left inset: The XIII Suisses Cantons with ye times of their union. Bottom margin: The Suiects of the Cantons. Cut from: Senex, John. A new general atlas. London : ...
Dated from other maps in the same atlas. Inset map: "Supplentum Theatro Historico", showing eastern hemisphere. Shows the eastern Roman Empire in 400 A.D. Shows boundaries, forests, settlements. Relief shown pictorially. London meridian. Covers the Middle East from Libya and Greece to the Indus River. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Relief shown pictorially. Shows boundaries, rivers, forests and principal settlements, with tents symbolising areas inhabited by nomads, and notes. London meridian. "Drawn & Engrav'd by I. Senex." Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.