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A map of the British Empire in America : with the French, Spanish and Hollandish settlements adjacent thereto (Copy 1)
- Popple, Henry, -1743
- Amsterdam : Printed for J. Covens and C. Mortier, 
- Caption title: Carte particuliére de l'Amérique Septentrionale. Relief shown pictorially. Publication date from Babinski. Detached from: Atlas nouveau toutes les parties du monde ... Amsterdam : J. Cóvens & C. Mortier, [1683-1761]. Insets: Fall of Niagara -- Quebec -- New York -- Mexico -- Placentia -- Annapolis Royal -- Boston -- New York -- Charleston -- Bermuda -- S. Augustine -- Providence -- Havana -- S. Jago -- Kingston Hr -- Port Antonio -- Port Royal in Martinica -- Barbadoes -- Antigua -- Cartagene -- Porto Bello. State 1 of the Covens & Mortier key map, a close copy of the key map to Henry Popple's 1733 Map of the British Empire in America (key state 1); cf. Mark Babinski, Henry Popple's Map of the British Empire in America.
- North America
- Great Britain—Colonies—North America—Maps—Early works to 1800, North America—Maps—Early works to 1800, France—Colonies—America—Maps—Early works to 1800, Netherlands—Colonies—America—Maps—Early works to 1800, Spain—Colonies—America—Maps—Early works to 1800, Maps—Caribbean Area—1741, and Maps—North America—1741
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