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The Province of New Jersey, divided into East and West, commonly called the Jerseys
- Faden, William, 1749-1836
- [London] 1778.
- Prime meridian: Philadelphia. Relief shown by hachures. Shows county boundaries and "Division line run in 1743 between East New Jersey and West New Jersey." "This map has been drawn from the survey made in 1769 ... by Bernard Ratzer ... and from another large survey of the northern parts ... by Gerard Banker." "In this second edition great use has been made of several military surveys generously communicated by officers of the British troops and of the regiments of Hesse and Anspach."
- New Jersey
- New Jersey—Maps—Early works to 1800, New Jersey—Administrative and political divisions—Maps—Early works to 1800, Maps—New Jersey—1778, and State maps—New Jersey—1778
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