Map, "A MAP/ OF THE/ Province OF New York…"

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  • Engraver: P. Andrews, sculp.; Cartographer: Captain John Montresor
  • London, England
  • June 10, 1775
  • Black and White Line Engraving with Period Color
  • 1954-1065,A

A map of the colony of New York and portions of the surrounding colonies. In the upper left corner is an inset map of the continuation of Lake Champlain. In the upper right corner is an inset of the continuation of the Connecticut River. Beneath the title in the upper right below the inset is the imprint Publish'd as the Act directs. June 1775, by A. Dury, Dukes Court S.t Martins Lane London. In the right center is the dedication TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE/ Sir Jeffery Amherst/ KNIGHT of the BATH, and/ Lieutenant General of his Majesty's Forces &c. &c. &c./ This Map of the Province of/ NEW YORK,/ is humbly Inscribed, by/ His most obliged Humble Servant/ John Montresor/ Engineer. Below the border in the lower right is P. Andrews Sculp

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