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A plan of Charlottetown, the capital of the Island delineated by order of Walter Patterson, Governor of the said Island
A plan of Charlottetown, the capital of the Island delineated by order of Walter Patterson, Governor of the said Island
A plan of Charlottetown, the capital of the Island delineated by order of Walter Patterson, Governor of the said Island (No.2). Includes Charlottetown Common and Royalty. Shows names of some residents in the Royalty, and rivers., A plan of Charlottetown, the capital of the Island delineated by order of Walter Patterson, Governor of the said Island (No.2). Includes Charlottetown Common and Royalty. Shows names of some residents in the Royalty, and rivers., Back of map: Plan of Charlottetown No. 2 by Thos. Wright - Surveyor of the Northern District by Command of Walter Patterson Esq. Governor, George Desbrisay, [Alexander Richards], [Margaret Desbrisay], John Smith, [Helen McLowe], Albert Desbrisay, [Walter Patterson], [Alexander Richards], [Richard Sheppe], William Clark, [John Durst], [Valentine Hugh], [John Juno], [David Rofs], [David Randin], Charles Thompson, [Robert Savill], [Will Warrington], [Cornelius Alggin], [James Niod], Alexander Fisher, [John Wheatons], [Trace Ryan], [John Dennis], Mary Burns, John Webster, [William Swell], [Kervey Ritter], [L. De. Louveinstein], Nicolas Bower, Benjamin Williams, [John Roderick], John Hayden, [Alexander Smith], [Sarah Smith], Alexander Fletcher, [Joseph Vascoucelles], Kenney Stewart, John Williams, William Shelley, George Stewart, Charles Sanders, James Campbell, Francis Brett, [James Doughan], Duncan McCullen, Duncan Shaws, Malcolm Shaw, [Johanna Nesber], James Curtis, [Benjamin Chappin]
British possessions in North America from the Report of the Emigration Committee of 1827
British possessions in North America from the Report of the Emigration Committee of 1827
British possessions in North America, for the report of the Emigration Committee of 1827, corrected to 1834. Published by Longman & Co., London., Counties are highlighted on the boarder with blue, yellow and red. Large settlements are highlighted with lines. Lots have acreages noted.
Canada East formerly Lower Canada
Canada East formerly Lower Canada
Includes Quebec and Maritimes. Colour by region - primarily beige, yellow, green (compared to other versions of this map, the colours are muted). Inset map includes numbered counties for New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. Legend for Railroads, canals, capitals, important and common towns. This map is part of an atlas - A New Universal Atlas Containing Maps of the various Empires, Kingdoms, States and Republics Of The World. With a special map of each of the United States, Plans of Cities &c. Comprehended in seventy sheets and forming a series of One Hundred And Seventeen Maps, Plans And Sections ... Philadelphia, Published By S. Augustus Mitchell, N.E. corner of Market & 7th Streets., part of the James W. MacNutt Collection of Historic Maps
Canada East, Formerly Lower Canada. [with] Nova Scotia, New Brunswick &c.: Published by S. Augustus Mitchell, N.E. corner of
Canada East, Formerly Lower Canada. [with] Nova Scotia, New Brunswick &c.: Published by S. Augustus Mitchell, N.E. corner of
The map shows part of Quebec (Canada East) and adjoining parts of New Brunswick and the United States. An inset map shows New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. Colour is used to delineate regions. Rivers, lakes and elevations along the St. Lawrence River are mapped in detail. Elevation is shown by hachures. Falls along Saguenay River tributaries are marked in feet. The map has a bar scale in American miles, and below the scale, a legend explaining the markings used for railroads, canals, capitals, important towns and common towns. The inset has its own bar scale in miles. It addition to the Maritime provinces, the inset shows the Magdalen Islands and parts of Maine and the Gaspe. Around the egdes, it has lists of the numbered counties of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Cape Breton. The map has lines of latitude and longtitude (measured from Greenwich) with values given around the edges, inside a decorative border. James W. Macnutt Collection., Text along the bottom border reads, "Entered according to the Act of Congress in the year 1846 by H. N. Burroughs, in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania."
Canada Orientale
Canada Orientale
Rectangular map, black on white paper. The map shows Newfoundland; Prince Edward Island; Anticosti Island; Cape Breton; part of mainland Nova Scotia; part of New Brunswick; part of Quebec; and part of Labrador. The map shows rivers and coastal places and features such as capes, points and bays. Depths are shown by hatchings, stippling and soundings. The fishing banks off Nova Scotia and Newfoundland are featured prominently, with the extensive banks east of Newfoundland charted in detail. The upper left corner of the map contains an illustrated wreath which encircles five (5) bar scales showing Italian, French, Spanish, German and nautical measures of scale. The upper right corner contains a decorative illustrated title cartouche with twined serpents or creatures., Description 5 Stamped inside cartouche top right: CANADA Orientelle nell America Settentrionell Description 5 printed on Labrador: NUOVA FRANCIA Description 5 printed on Nova Scotia: CANADA.The following information appears on the back of this item. PROVENANCE: Purchased by Mr. Macnutt at Zwicker's Gallery in Halifax in 1985 or 1986; EXHIBITION & CATALOGUE: 1. The James W. Macnutt Collection of Maps of the Gulf of St. Lawrence with Particular Emphasis on Prince Edward Island, Confederation Centre Art Gallery and Museum, June 5 to Sept. 7, 1986. 2. Prince Edward Island in the Age of Discovery, Confederation Centre Art Gallery and Museum, Sept . 13 to Oct. 25, 1992
Carta Geographica Del Canada Nell' America Settentrionale
Carta Geographica Del Canada Nell' America Settentrionale
Framed map of Canada; cartouche top left corner: natives by a pond with deer and animals which are part dog, part fish. The map shows bodies of water such as Baja D' Hudson, villages, towns, and cities, trees, mountains, and a compass rose., Framed map of Canada; cartouche top left corner: natives by a pond with deer and animals which are part dog, part fish. The map shows bodies of water such as Baja D' Hudson, villages, towns, and cities, trees, mountains, and a compass rose.
Carta Rappresentante il Golfo del Fiume S. Lorenzo
Carta Rappresentante il Golfo del Fiume S. Lorenzo
The map shows the St. Lawrence River/Gulf of St. Lawrence region as far west as the Saguenay River and as far east as Cape Breton. It shows New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and parts of Nova Scotia, Quebec and the United States. It shows Anticosti Island and the Magdelen Islands. Elevation is shown pictorially. The names of the engraver (Sc), Andrea Scacciati, and the "writer" (Scrisse), Giu. Pazzi, appear below the lower left and right corners, respectively. James W. Macnutt Collection.
Carte Nouvelle contenant la Partie d'Amerique La Plus Septentrionale, ou sont exactement decrites les Provinces suivantes comme
Carte Nouvelle contenant la Partie d'Amerique La Plus Septentrionale, ou sont exactement decrites les Provinces suivantes comme
The map shows the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the northeast Atlantic and the provinces of New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, as well as part of Quebec. Sable Island, Anticosti Island and the Magdalen Islands appear on the map. The east coast of Newfoundland is the area most heavily labelled with place names. Elevation and forest cover are shown pictorially. The map uses labels and stippling to show numerous fishing banks. It uses soundings to show depths, and the Grand Banks are charted in extensive detail. The map has a small compass with north arrow. Graphs in the lower right corner show the scale in English, French and German units. James W. Macnutt Collection., Provenance: Purchased by Mr. Macnutt at Zwicker's Gallery in Halifax in 1986. [Information from the back of the item], Exhibition & Catalogue: 1. The James W. Macnutt Collection of Maps of the Gulf of St. Lawrence with Particular Emphasis on Prince Edward Island, Confederation Centre Art Gallery and Museum, June 5 to Sept. 7, 1986; 2. Prince Edward Island in the Age of Discovery, Confederation Centre Art Gallery and Museum, Sept. 13 to Oct. 25, 1992. [Information from the back of the item]

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