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A map exhibiting the different stage routs [sic], between the cities of New-York, Baltimore, and parts adjacent
- Hills, John (Surveyor).
- Philad[elphi]a : Published by E. Savage, May 1, 1800.
- In lower margin: Post road from New-York to Newark 9 miles, Elizabethtown 6, Rahway 6, Woodbridge 4, Brunswick 10, Princeton 18, Trenton 12, Bristol 10, Philadelphia 20, Chester 15, Wilmington 13, Newport 3, Christiana Bridge 6, Elkton 12, Charleston 10, Havre de Grace 6, Hartford 12, Baltimore 25, total 197 miles. Historic Maps copy has ms. annotation in a contemporary hand on verso: Map of the Road between New-York & Baltimore.
- United States
- Stagecoach lines—Middle Atlantic States—19th century—Maps, Middle Atlantic States—Maps, Maps—Middle Atlantic States—1800, and Road maps—Middle Atlantic States—1800
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- B-South 7, drawer 2, 6921484
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