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A Chart of the Banks of Newfoundland, Drawn from a Great Number of Hydrographic Surveys, Chiefly from those of Chabert, Cook and Fleurieu, Connected and Ascertained by Astronomical Observations.

↑ Parent: The American atlas or, A geographical description of the whole continent of America. Wherein are delineated at large, its several regions, countries, states, and islands and chiefly the British colonies. Engraved on 48 copper-plates, by Thomas Jefferys and others

Collection: Smith Collection

Name: A Chart of the Banks of Newfoundland, Drawn from a Great Number of Hydrographic Surveys, Chiefly from those of Chabert, Cook and Fleurieu, Connected and Ascertained by Astronomical Observations.

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Full Title: A Chart of the Banks of Newfoundland, Drawn from a Great Number of Hydrographic Surveys, Chiefly from those of Chabert, Cook and Fleurieu, Connected and Ascertained by Astronomical Observations.

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Date Published: Mar 25th, 1775

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Dimensions: Map: H on sheet: H 54.5 x W 75.5 cm

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