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Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingénieur de la Marine, 1764.

126. Partie Septentrionale de la Martinique.

Echelle de Deux Lieues Communes 2 pouces Anglais. 14 x 9.

Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingénieur de la Marine, 1764.

127. Sketch of lot of ground containing 1000 Acres of land granted to Mr. Haye, relinguished to the King for Woodlands for the Garrison of Pensacola, 9th March 1765.

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 61 x 101.
Uncoloured tracing from B series.

128. Plan de la Riviere et des Forts de Choueguen rélatif à la reconnoissance que j'en ay fait le 25 Juillet 1756.

Echelle de 200 Toises au 3 pouces anglois. 12 x 8.

A frontenac le 30 juillet 1756. De Combles.

Copy of a map in the Depot des Fortifications bearing the stamp of the Dépôt des Colonies francaises. No. d'Ordre 837.

129. A Plan of Captain Carver's Travels in the interior Parts of North America in 1766 and 1767, shewing the country between 84° and 98° longitude west, and latitude 42° and 49° north.

Scale, British Miles 69 to a Degree. 131 x 101.
Coloured Print.

130. An Accurate Map of North America Describing and distinguishing the British,
Spanish and French Dominions on this Great Continent; According to the De-
finitive Treaty Concluded at Paris 10th Feb. 1763. Also all the West India
Islands Belonging to, and possessed by the Several European Princes and States;
The whole laid down according to the latest and Most authentick Improvements,
by Eman Bowen, Geogr. to His Majesty and John Gibson Engraver. 1768.
Scale, Geometrical miles 75-1 inch. 463 x 403.

131. Plan and Elevation of a Pile of Barracks proposed to be built at St. Augustine. 1768. Endorsed St. Augustine. In Major Gen'. Gage's (No 23) of 7 Jan. 1769. Inclosure 1. Copy Wm. Brasier, 19th Octb'., 1768.

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 271⁄2 x 181.

Coloured tracing from M series.

132. Plan du Port du Carenage ou Petit Cul de Sac de l'Isle Se Lucie.

Echelle de Cinq Cent Toises=3 pouces Anglois. 7 x 9.
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime.

de la Marine, 1764.

133. Map of Massachussetts, about 1768. 16 x 131.

Coloured MS. from B series.

Par le Sr Bellin, Ingénieur

134. Plan of the Stockade Fort at Pensacola representing it in its present State; with the proposed Situation for New Barracks. With References. E. Durnford, Engineer, (1768).

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 20 x 13.
Coloured MS. from B series.

135. A Plan of New Orleans, with References.

Scale, 100 Toises to an inch. 22 x 11.

A Copy done ye 1 & 2nd of Jan. 1769, by W. Brasier from a drawing of Lieut. P. Pittman's of 15th Regt., Engineer.

Coloured MS. from M series.

136. Sections of Buildings in proposed pile of Barracks for St. Augustine, 1769. 19 x 131.

Coloured tracing from M series.

137. A Particular Plan of the Forts Nassau and Montagu and the two Batterys on the Island of New Providence Shewing the Repairs lately made to them by Iohn Montresor, Engineer by Order of the Honble. Thomas Gage Esq., Lieut. General and Commander in Chief of his Majesty's Forces in North America &c., New York 18th August 1770.

References. John Montressor, Engineer.

Scale, for Fort Montagu, 20 feet to an inch.

Scale, for Fort Nassau, 40 feet to an inch. 23 x 163.

Coloured MS. from M series.

138. A Draught of the Harbour of New Providence and the circumjacent country, shewing, the situation of the Forts Nassau and Montagu, by Ino. Montresor, Engineer, by Order of the Honble. Thomas Gage Esq., Major General and Commander in Chief of his Majesty's Forces in North America, &c. John Montresor, Engineer, (1770).

Scale, 1 Mile to 5 inches. 21 x 12.
Coloured tracing from M series.

139. Plan of the Town and Harbour of New Providence in the Bahama's, with Fort Nassau and its Circumjacent Country, Surveyed in 1770 by Iohn Montresor, Engin'., by Order of the Honble. Thomas Gage, Esq., Major General and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Forces in North America, &c. Refer

ences.

Scale, 400 Feet to an inch. 24 x 151.
Coloured tracing from M series.

140. Plan of the Entrance of the Harbour of Pensacola, shewing the situation of the new Battery's laid out and begun Building in March 1771. With a note on the Construction of the Batterys. Wm. Brasier Fecit. T. Sower, Engineer, 1771. Scale of 440 Yards to an inch. 21 x 17. Coloured tracing from M series.

141. Plans, Elevation and Sections of one of the Piles of the new design'd Barracks, to be built for two Company's and Lodging the Officers at Pensacola. With a Note on their accommodation.

Wm. Brasier fecit (1771).

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 21 x 16.

Coloured tracing from M series.

142. Plan and Section of the Mens Kitchens for the design'd Barracks at Pensacola. T. Sower, Engineer Wm. Brasier, (1771).

Coloured tracing from M series.

143. Convenient Houses and Look out at top, for the Barracks at Pensacola. T Sower, Engineer. Wm. Brasier delt. (1771).

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 7 x 113.

Coloured tracing from M series.

144. Plan, Section and Elevation of one of the Kitchens for Officers, for the design'd Barracks at Pensacola.

T. Sower, Engineer, W. Brasier delt. (1771).

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 72 x 112.

Coloured tracing from M series.

145. Plan and Section of the Upper and Lower Batteries, Laid out and begun Building 5th March 1771, for protecting the Harbour of Pensacola. Likewise the

Plans, Elevation and Section of the Block-houses for protecting the rear of the Batteries and for Lodging the Troops which are design'd to Guard the Batteries, and work the Guns. With References.

Wm. Brasier Delt. T. Sower, Engineer, (1771).

Scale, 50 feet to an inch for the Plan of the Batteries; 20 feet to an inch for the Profile and the Block-house. 17 x 13g.

Coloured MS. from M series.

146. General Plan of the Island of Castle William, Shewing its situation with respect to the adjacent Islands, with Sections.

Scale, 50 feet to an inch; of sections, 20 feet to an inch. 441 x 30.

A General and Particular Plan of the Island of Castle William near Boston. Shewing the Works in their Original and present state, together with Sections through the same. Carried on and Survey'd under the Direction of, and by Iohn Montresor, Esq., Engineer Extraordinary and Capt. Lieut. By Order of the Honble. Thomas Gage, Esq., Lieut. General and Commander in Chief of his Majesty's Forces in North America &c. New York. 16th Jan., 1771. ences. John Montresor, Coms. Engineer at N. York.

Refer

To the Honourable Thomas Gage Esq. Lieutenant General and Commander

in Chief of his Majesties Forces in North America &c.

Coloured MS. copy of a plan, endorsed In Lt. Gen'. Gage's (No. 35) of 16 Jan., 1771,' from M series.

147. Plan of Fort Charlot at Mobile.

T. Sower, Engineer, 1771. 241⁄2 x 20§.

Coloured MS. from M series.

148. A Map of the most Inhabited part of New England.

Containing the Provinces of Massachusets Bay and New Hampshire, with the Colonies of Conecticut and Rhode Island, Divided into Counties and Townships; The whole Composed from Actual Surveys and its Situation adjusted by Astronomical Observations.

November 29th, 1774. Published according to Act by Thos. Jefferys, Geographer to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales near Charing Cross. Scale, 1 inch-2 Miles. 39 x 43.

In two sections. Coloured print from Jeffery's North American Atlas. 149. North America, as divided amongst the European Powers. By Samuel Dunn, Mathematician. 18 x 12.

London. Printed for Robt. Sayer, No. 53 in Fleet Street, 10 Jan., 1774.
Coloured Print, from the American Military Pocket Atlas.

150. A Compleat Map of the West Indies, Containing the Coasts of Florida, Louisiana, New Spain, and Terra Firma: with all the Islands. By Samuel Dunn, Mathematician. London: Printed for Robt. Sayer, No. 53 in Fleet Street; 10 January 1774.

Scale, English Miles, 300-2 inches. 18 x 12.

Coloured print from the American Military Pocket Atlas.

151. An Accurate Map of North and South Carolina with their Indian Frontiers, Shewing in a distinct manner all the Mountains, Rivers, Swamps, Marshes, Bays, Creeks, Harbours, Sandbanks and Soundings on the Coasts; with the Roads and Indian Paths; as well as the Boundary or Provincial Lines, the Several Townships and other divisions of the Land, in Both the Provinces; the whole from Actual Surveys by Henry Mouzon and others.

London. Printed for Robt. Sayer and J. Bennett, Map and Print-sellers, No. 53 in Fleet Street. May 30th, 1775. With Insets, and a print of the seal of the Lords Commissioners of Carolina, attached. In two sections.

Scale, 8 miles to one inch. 56 x 40.

Coloured print from Jefferys' North American Atlas.

152. The Bay of Honduras. By Thos. Jefferys Geographer to His Majesty. London. Robert Sayer, No. 53 in Fleet Street, 20 Feb. 1775. 26 x 203.

Coloured print from American Atlas.

153. A Chart of North and South America, including the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, with the nearest Coasts of Europe, Africa, and Asia. In three sections, with references. London, Robt. Sayer and J. Bennett, 10 June 1775. Each section, 43 x 18.

Coloured prints from American Atlas.

154. The Russian Discoveries, from the Map Published by the Imperial Academy of St. Petersburg. London, Prirnted for Robt. Sayer, March 2a 1775.

Scale, 70 Sea Leagues to an inch. 24 x 19.

Coloured print from The American Atlas.

155. A Map of South America Containing Terra-Firma, Guyana, New Granada, Amazonia, Brasil, Peru, Paraguay, Chaco, Tucuman, Chili and Patagonia. from Mr. d'Anville with Several Improvements and Additions, and The Newest Discoveries. London. Robert Sayer, No. 53 Fleet Street, 20 September 1775. In two sections, each 47 x 20.

Scale, 1 inch=125 Miles.

Coloured print from The American Atlas.

156. The Coast of West Florida and Louisiana. The Peninsula and Gulf of Florida or Channel of Bahama with the Bahama Islands. By Tho. Jefferys Geographer to His Majesty.

London. Robt. Sayer, 20th Feb. 1775. 49 x 19.

Coloured print from Jeffery's North American Atlas. Duplicate from The American Atlas.

157. A Chart of the Straits of Magellan. Inlarged from the Chart Published at Madrid in 1769, by Don Juan de la Cruz Cano y Olmedilla of the Royal Academy of St. Fernando. and Improved, from the Observations and Surveys of Captns. Byron, Wallis ,and Carteret compared with those of Mons. De Bougainville. London. Robert Sayer, 1st July 1775. 28 x 204.

Coloured print from The American Atlas.

158. Course of the River Mississipi, from the Balise to Fort Chartres; Taken on an Expedition to the Illinois, in the latter end of the Year 1765. By Lieut. Ross of the 34th Regiment: Improved from the Surveys of that River made by the French.

London Printed for Robt. Sayer, No. 53 in Fleet Street, 1 June 1775.
Scale, 25 miles to 1 inch. 14 x 45.

Coloured print from Jefferys' North American Atlas. A similar plate in The American Atlas.

159. A Map of Pennsylvania Exhibiting not only The Improved Parts of that Province, but also Its Extensive Frontiers: Laid down From Actual Surveys, and Chiefly from the late Map of W. Scull Published in 1770; and Humbly Inscribed to the Honourable Thomas Penn and Richard Penn Esquires, true and Absolute Proprietaries & Governors of the Province of Pennsylvania and the Territories thereunto belonging.

London, Sayer and Bennett, 10 June, 1775.

Scale, 11 miles 1 inch. 53 x 27.

Coloured print from Jefferys' North American Atlas.

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160. A Map of the most Inhabited part of Virginia containing the whole Province
of Maryland with Part of Pensilvania, New Jersey, and North Carolina. Drawn
by Joshua Fry & Peter Jefferson in 1775.

Dedicated to Lord Halifax and the Board of Trade, By Thomas Jefferys.
London, Sayer and Jefferys.

In two sections. Scale, 10 miles to one inch. 48 x 32
Coloured print from Jefferys' North American Atlas.

161. A Plan of Boston, and its Environs. shewing the true Situation of His
Majesty's Army. and also those of the Rebels. Drawn by an Engineer at Boston,
Oct. 1775. With References, Explanation, and a Note to the Public, stating-
The principal part of this Plan was Survey'd by Richard Williams, Lieutenant
at Boston-and sent over by the Son of a Nobleman to his Father in Town, by
whose Permission it is Published.

London. Published as the Act directs, 12th March, 1776, by Andrew Dury,
Duke's Court, St. Martins Lane.

Scale, 400 Yards to an Inch. 27 x 20.

Coloured print, from The North American Atlas, by W. Faden, 1776.

162. A Chart of Delaware Bay and River, Containing a full & exact description
of the Shores, Creeks, Harbours, Soundings, Shoals, Sands and Bearings of the
most considerable Land Marks, from the Capes to Philadelphia. Taken from
the Original Chart Published at Philadelphia by Joshua Fisher. Engraved by
William Faden, Charing Cross. With a Tide Table, Setting of Tides within the
Capes, and a Certificate of correctness from the Pilots and Masters of Ships.

London, Published according to Act of Parliament, March 12, 1776: by W.
Faden (Successor to the late Mr. Jefferys) Corner of St. Martins Lane, Charing
Cross.

Scale English Miles, 5 to 12 inches. Nautical Leagues, 1 to 1 inch. 29 x 29.
Uncoloured print, from The North American Atlas, 1776.

163. Part of a Map, shewing Long Island, and part of the Colonies of Conecticut
and Massachusetts.

Coloured print, from The North American Atlas, by W. Faden, 1776.

164. The Provinces of New York, and New Jersey; with part of Pensilvania, and
the Province of Quebec. Drawn by Major Holland, Surveyor General, of the
Northern District in America. Corrected and Improved from the Original
Materials, By Govern'. Pownall, Member of Parliament, 1776.

London, R. Sayer, 1776.

Insets. Hudson's River, and City of New York. 21 x 53.
Coloured print from The American Atlas.

165. A Chorographical Map of the Province of New-York in North America,
Divided into Counties, Manors, Patents and Townships; Exhibiting likewise all
the private Grants of Land made and located in that Province; Compiled from
Actual Surveys deposited in the Patent Office at New York, By Order of His
Excellency Major General William Tryon, By Claude Joseph Sauthier, Esq.
London: Wm. Faden, (Successor to Thos. Jefferys Geog". to the King) Charing-
Cross, January 1st 1779. Dedication to M. G. Tryon.

Scale, 5 miles to an inch. In 3 sections, each 55 x 24.
Coloured print from American Atlas.

166. The Province of New Jersey, Divided into East and West commonly called
The Jerseys. Second Edition with considerable Improvements. Engraved &
Published by Wm. Faden, Charing Cross, December 1st, 1778.

This Map has been drawn from the Survey made in 1769 by order of the
Commissioners appointed to settle the partition Line, between the Provinces of

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