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West Indies.

Description: Map shows Central America, portions of North and South America, West Indian Islands, towns, and rivers. Relief shown pictorially. Scale not given.
Date: [1746..1766]
Creator: Jefferys, Thomas, d. 1771

Neue Karte des westlichens Theiles der Welt: zur Erläuterung der Seezüge der Niederländer nach Westindien zu folge den neuesten Entdeckungen.

Description: Map shows Western Hemisphere, western Europe, western coast of Africa, "Island" [Iceland], "Groenland," British, French, and Spanish colonies in North America. Last date of discovery shown is 1743. Northwestern portion of North American continent undefined. Prime meridian: Ferro. Includes names of explorers and dates of discoveries. Relief shown pictorially. Scale not given.
Date: [1744..1764]

Planiglobii terrestris mappa universalis : utrumq hemisphærium orient. et occidentale repraesentans ex IV mappis generalibus Mappe-monde qui represente les deux hemispheres savoir celui de l'orient et celui de l'occident tirée des quatre cartes generales.

Description: Map shows major cities and political divisions for eastern and western hemispheres; 5 continents and portions of the 6th [Australia]; islands south of the eastern tip of Asia and North American coastline extends further northwest in version of map described herein. Includes six ancillary maps: "Fig. I, Hemisphere polaire Arctique," "Fig. II, Hemisphere polaire Antarctiq," "Fig. III, Hemisphere de las Sphere oblique pour l'Horizon de Nuremberg," "Fig. IV, Les Antipodes de Nuremberg," and two additional figures showing the tilt of the earth at the summer and winter solstice. Relief shown pictorially. Scale not noted.
Date: 1746
Creator: Hase, Johann Matthias, 1684-1742

Amérique septentrionale : Publiée sous les auspices de Monseigneur le duc d'Orleans [Sheet 1].

Description: Map shows the geography, settlements, and Native American habitation in mid-eighteenth century North America that spans a majority of the the continent from the eastern coast to the Rio Grande region of "Nouveau Mexique." Inset: [Baffin Bay, Hudson Bay, Labrador, and Greenland]. Scale undetermined.
Date: 1746
Creator: Anville, Jean Baptiste Bourguignon d'. 1697-1782

A Map of North America With the European Settlements & whatever else is remarkable in ye West Indies, from the lastest and best Observations.

Description: This map shows North and Central America including bodies of waters and landforms (with relief shown pictorially). Areas are all labeled, including "California" which is depicted with the "Gulf of California or Red Sea" separating it from the rest of North America. There are also notations for "European Cities and Towns," "Indian Towns," "Forts," and "Castles." Scale [ca.1:8,000,000].
Date: 1744~
Creator: Seale, Richard William

Carte du Mexique et de la Floride des terres angloises et des Isles Antilles : du cours et des environs de la riviere de Mississipi.

Description: Map shows New France/Canada, Mexico/New Spain, English colonies, and Florida extending to New Mexico; major cities and settlements, areas of Native American habitation; the West Indies, the northern coast of South America, and the tip of California. Relief shown pictorially. Scale not given.
Date: 1745
Creator: L'Isle, Guillaume de, 1675-1726

Amerique septentrionale : suivant la carte de Pople faite à Londres en 20 feuilles.

Description: Map shows major cities, political divisions, and physical features for the eastern portion of North America from Labrador and the coastline of the Gulf of Mexico to the northern coast of South America, including the West Indies, and as far west as New Mexico; shows details of harbors and island coasts in insets. Insets: "Plaisance," "Boston," [The Bason], "Nouvelle York," "Charles Town," "Bermude," "S. Augustin," "Providence," "Havane," "S. Jago," "Kingston Pt.," "Port S. Antoine" [2], "Barbade," "Antigoa," "Cartagene," and "Porto Bello." Relief shown pictorially. Scale [ca. 1:10,000,000].
Date: 1742
Creator: Le Rouge, Georges-Louis