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11. A map of Upper Saxony comprehending that part of Germany which is the present seat of war.

1757. From: Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle, vol. 27, 1757. Original version published [London?], [1757]; Scale approximately 1:2,534,400.

13. A new map of England and Wales / by Thos. Jefferys, geographer, to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.

1757. Map of England and Wales showing counties, cities and towns, and roads. Relief shown pictorially. Map detached from: The gentleman's magazine and h...

14. A new map of Michigan with its canals, roads & distances.

1853. Cowperthwait, Thomas. Relief shown by hachures. From: A new universal atlas. 1852 or 1853 ed. "Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1850, by Thomas, Cowpert...

15. A new map of Michigan with its canals, roads & distances

1842. Tanner, Henry Schenck. Relief shown by hachures. From Tanner, H.S.A new universal atlas. Philadelphia : Carey & Hart, 1842. No. 29. Prime meridian: Washington. "Entered a...

16. A plan of the town & fortress of Gariah belonging to Angria the admiral to the Sahou Rajah on the coast of Mallabar.

1756. Map of the fort at Vijayadurg (also known as Vijaydurg or Viziadrug, historically also known as Gariah or Gheriah) in present-day Sindhudurg distri...

17. Africa

1834. Arrowsmith, John. Pubd. Feby. 15, 1834, by J. Arrowsmith, 35 Essex Street Strand. Hand colored in outline. Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridian: Greenwich. From ...

18. Africa

1876.

19. Africa

1810. Cooper. Relief shown by hachures. "Published April 1, 1810, by R. Phillips, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, London." Shows place names and names of regions/kin...

20. Africa

1804. Russell, John. Relief shown pictorially. "1804 J. Russell del. et sc." handwritten in pencil on map margin. "Engraved for the Compendious Geographical Dictionary"...