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subject : Bahamas--Maps--Early works to 1800
Relief shown by soundings.; The Peninsula of Florida is delineated from an Original Spanish Draught (done in a very large scale)--entirely different from any extant, it was found on board a Spanish Ship taken by Admiral Frankland in the former war.; The Situation of Cabo del Canaveral is determined by several astronomical observations made by officers in both the British and Spanish Navys. The several points of the Bahama Islands as well as the soundings are adjusted by the observations of several British navigators.; Library also holds sheet 1, cataloged separately.
[Thos. Jefferys] (publisher)
Jefferys, Thomas, -1771. (creator)
Area covered includes from the Dry Tortugas and Florida Keys to just above Cumberland Island on the east coast, and to the Bay of St. Joseph on the Gulf coast. A portion of Cuba and the Bahamas are also shown.; Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings.; Prime meridian: Paris.; "18"--In upper margin.; "No. 2.H"--In lower margin.; "No. 1.H et 2.H. Ensemble, Prix trois francs"--In lower margin.
Dépôt general de la Marine (publisher)
France. Dépôt des cartes et plans de la marine. (creator)
Sartine, Antoine de, comte d'Alby, 1729-1801. (contributor)
Relief shown pictorially. Depths shown by soundings.; Shows detail along coast of Florida, the Bahamas, and Cuba; roads, cities and towns, currents, routes of travel, islands, inlets, atolls, and notable physical features.; Includes ships illustrations.; In right upper margin: D.G. 4.
Laurie & Whittle (publisher)
Jefferys, Thomas, -1771. (creator)
Laurie & Whittle. (contributor)
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