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British map with the proposed divisions of France after the revolution (1793)
Map of the British colonies in North America, 1763 to 1775. This was published in: Shepherd, William Robert (1911) "The British Colonies in North America, 1763–1765"
An accurate map of England and Wales - 1767
1726 map of Scotland
A map of the most inhabited part of New England (1774)
Composite: Steven's facsimile of British head quarters manuscript map of New York, 1782
1703 map of Saint Helena, in the South Atlantic Ocean - by John Thornton
1794 Bolton Wall Map of Africa
A map of the most inhabited part of New England... 1774
A Map of the British Empire in America with the French, Spanish and the Dutch Settlements adjacent - 1733
Geography Bewitched! or a droll Caricature Map of Scotland. Art by Robert Dighton. London : Printed for Bowles & Carver, 4 June 1794
Map of Belfast, from 1798.
Kitchin's Enlarged Map of the Roads of England and Wales with the exact distances by the milestones between Town and Town (1786)
1724 Map of Cambridgeshire, England - by H. Moll
Geography Bewitched! or, a droll Caricature Map of England and Wales. Art by Robert Dighton, printed circa 1795
Map of Glasgow, Scotland in 1778, before it became a massive industrial town.
Caricature map of England, Wales and northwestern France from 1793
A map of North Britain or Scotland (1767)
1771 Map of Edinburgh
Map of London (black & white) showing the extent of the city in 1745 - https://www.maptrove.ca/city-maps/antiques/london-1745.html
A map of the British Empire in America with the French and Spanish settlements adjacent thereto 1733
British map with the proposed divisions of France after the revolution (1793)
Modern "British America, Bounded and Divided" (1775 Historical Proposal of British America)
British Map of New York from 1776
A Map of the British Empire in America 1746
Pre-Columbian Aztec Migration, a 250 year process. This unusual map, drawn by Giovanni Francesco Gemelli Careri in 1704, is the first published representation of the legendary Aztec migration from Aztlan, a mysterious paradise in northwest Mexico, to Chapultepec Hill, now Mexico City.
Countries that have been in a war with England and won 11th century through 18th century
Edinburgh's New Town, considered a masterpiece of 18th century city planning. James Craig's plan, shown here, was approved 250 years ago today
Sketch of the Battle of Bunker Hill drawn by British General Henry Clinton (1775)
Modern London in the style of John Rocque's 1746 map / by Mike Hall
"The Most Inhabited Part of New England", 1755
This 1739 map of Manila fell into British hands and helped them capture the fort in 1762
Comparing the outline of Scotland on maps from 1654-1741 by Heikki Vesanto
Mitchell Map-06full2
A map of the British Empire in America with the French and Spanish settlements adjacent thereto. 1775.
Birmingham in 1730
Birthplaces of British monarchs and royal consorts (1707 - present)
Catholics in England from 1715-1720.
New Hampshire 1784
Horwood Plan of London (1792-99), detail. Link to full map in comments.
Passage of moon shadow over England (total eclipse of the April 22, 1715)
"A new map of North America: with the British, French, Spanish, Dutch & Danish dominions on that great continent, and the West India Islands according to the definitive treaty concluded at Paris 10th February 1763" by Robert de Vaugondy, Robert Sayer & Jean Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville
Meanwhile in Idaho, this park is named after 1800's fur trapper Richard "Beaver Dick" Leigh
British map of North America and the West Indies (1741)
Eastern Part of New France or Canada with the Island of Newfoundland and Nova Escosse Acadia and New. England with St. Laurence River (1756)
Isle of Georgia - James Cook 1777
New England Seaboard circa 1755
Plan of Fort St George and the City of Madras 1726
1768 James Craig Map of New Town, Edinburgh, Scotland (First Plan of New Town) - Geographicus - Edinburgh-craig-1768
Ancient Maps - The British Colonies in North America (1763-1775 C.E.)
1736 map of the City of York, North Yorkshire
A Map of the British Empire in America with the French and Spanish Settlements adjacent thereto (1733) by Henry Popple
map of the french-spanish siege (1779 - 1783) of british Gibraltar during the American War of Independence
1793 Faden Wall Map of India - Geographicus - India-faden-1793
Fragment of map of Chittagong (Bengal)
Devonshire House on John Rocque's 1746 map of London
British map of the north parts of America claimed by France under the names of Lousiana, Mississipi, Canada and New France (1720)
New England, New Scotland & Newfoundland 1726
Major French and British settlements of Eastern North America in 1755.
Somersetshire map 1786
1716 Homann Map of New England "Nova Anglia"
A Balloon journey near Chester, England (1786)
Norwich, England circa 1789
British colonies in North America - c. Late 18th century
NWIndia 1765 imperial gazeteer
1786 - A map of Bengal, Bahar, Oude & Allahabad - James Rennell - William Faden
1800 Faden Rennell Wall Map of India - Geographicus - India-faden-1795
An Exact Survey of the citys of London Westminster ye Borough of Southwark and the Country near ten miles round (5 of 6)
Map of Woolwich, 1740s (cropped)
1795 Greater Glasgow, Scotland, UK
British North America 1791
The United States of North America with the British & Spanish territories according to the treaty of 1784
1745 Map of Atlantic Canada (known as New France then) and New England coast from the Nova Scotia Archives.
Map of Surrey, England, c.1732 by H.Moll
Line drawing of principal forts, blockhouses, and batteries of Halifax's early defences, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
1756 Bellin Map of Kollam Fort, Kerala, India - Geographicus - Coylan-bellin-1756
The course of Delaware River from Philadelphia to Chester, exhibiting the several works erected by the rebels to defend its passage, with the attacks made upon them by His Majestys land & sea forces (5120559789)
1744 Wren Map of London, England - Geographicus - London-wren-1744
1746 Fleet Market Roque
Exchange Alley - London
1765 Benjamin Donn Wall Map of Devonshire and Exeter, England - Geographicus - Devon-donn-1765
Goodman's fields on Roque's map 1746
John Rocque's Map of London, 1746
Plan of Stoke Town and Plymouth Dock - Benjamin Donn, 1765
Rocque Map of London 1746 058
Rocque map Serpentine
Roque 1746 London a2
Roque 1746 London d3
Roque 1746 London f2
A Map Of The State Of Pennsylvania by Reading Howell, 1792 crop1
Alexandria Winchester 1776
Justly Watson - A map of the Scottish settlement in Caledonia Bay (1743)
Ainslies Travelling map of Scotland (1783)
The Houtman Rocks, 1723, British Admiralty Chart
A general map of the middle British colonies in America (1771)
‘French Revolution 1789 - 1799’ - Dutch school canvas c. 10’ x 6’, 1969. (Found by me, this afternoon in a charity shop, UK)
A map of "The road of love, and harbour of marriage." London 1748. A satirical depiction oof marriage as a safe harbour only reached by braving to sail through challenging conditions such as "Rocks of Jealousy" and "Lust island"
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