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[Land Claim by José Fernando Vidaurre]

Description: Land claim made by José Fernando Vidaurre sent to Governor Diego de Lasaga. According to the document this claim is of his uncle, Fernando Vásquez Borrego, and the governor orders an inquiry into the situation.
Date: 1782-04~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

Carte de la Floride et de la Georgie.

Description: Map shows cities, major roads, swamps, and areas of Native American habitation inland and along the coasts of Louisiana, Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina; the Bahama Islands. Relief shown pictorially. Scale [ca. 1:3,500,000].
Date: 1782
Creator: Tardieu, P. F. (Pierre Franðcois), 1757-1822
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Engraving of a woman holding a cross by Vitali]

Description: Italian engraving print of a woman holding a cross possibly the catholic female saint Margaret of Antioch. The print was a collaboration between painter Guidus Reni and was translated and printed by Pietro Marco Vitali in Rome in 1782. The image is accompanied by descriptive Italian text.
Date: 1782~
Creator: Reni, Guidus & Vitali, Pietro Marco
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Etching of a man with coins]

Description: Etching "Portrait of Man", designed Guercino Da Cento and printed by Austrian printmaker Adam Bartsch, in 1782. The print shows a man illustrated with loose and energetic lines standing and pointing at coins resting on a table.
Date: 1782
Creator: Da Cento, Guercino & Bartsch, Adam
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Mappe-monde ou description du globe terrestre: assujettie aux observations astronomiques.

Description: Map shows the eastern and western hemipheres of the globe with six continents and major cities; Australia as "Nouvelle Hollande" with a vague southern coast hoined with [modern-day] Tasmania; hand-drawn sailing route [presumably that of Captain James Cook] is also shown. Relief shown pictorially. Scale [ca. 1:80 000 000].
Date: 1782
Creator: Janvier, Jean Denis
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library
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