Map of that portion of Her Majesty's Colonies of New Brunswick and Lower Canada the title to which is disputed by the Government of the U. States with parts of the adjacent country, the Rise and Course of the Rivers, with the direction of the Highlands, and their elevation above the Sea, expressed in English feet, from Barometrical admeasurements, to accompany a report of the investigation of that Country which the Rt. Hone. Viscount Palmerston G.C.B. Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State, directed to be made A.D. 1839

Collection: Osher Collection

Name: Map of that portion of Her Majesty's Colonies of New Brunswick and Lower Canada the title to which is disputed by the Government of the U. States with parts of the adjacent country, the Rise and Course of the Rivers, with the direction of the Highlands, and their elevation above the Sea, expressed in English feet, from Barometrical admeasurements, to accompany a report of the investigation of that Country which the Rt. Hone. Viscount Palmerston G.C.B. Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State, directed to be made A.D. 1839

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Notes: Note above neat line: "Map A: Referred to in the Report of Colonel Mudge and Mr. Featherstonhaugh the Commissioners appointed by the British Government to explore and survey the Territory in dispute between Great Britain and the United States of America, under the 2nd article of the Treaty of 1783 Dated April 16th. 1840." Note below neat line: "Engraved by Jas. Wyld, Geographer to the Queen East Charing Cross London."

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Dimensions: 69 x 90 cm. on sheet 75 x 119 cm.

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Accession Number: OS-1839-29

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