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A map of the most inhabited part of Virginia : containing the whole province of Maryland with part of Pensilvania, New Jersey and North Carolina (sheet 1)
- Fry, Joshua, approximately 1700-1754 and Fry, Joshua, 1700 (ca.)-1754
- London : Printed for Robt. Sayer & Thos. Jefferys, 
- Relief shown pictorially. Prime meridians: Philadelphia and London. Dedication: To the Right Honourable, George Dunk Earl of Halifax ... Includes distance chart.
- Virginia, Maryland, Middle Atlantic States, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina
- Maryland—Maps—Early works to 1800, Middle Atlantic States—Maps—Early works to 1800, New Jersey—Maps—Early works to 1800, North Carolina—Maps—Early works to 1800, Pennsylvania—Maps—Early works to 1800, Virginia—Maps—Early works to 1800, Maps—Maryland—1775, Maps—Middle Atlantic States—1775, Maps—New Jersey—1775, Maps—North Carolina—1775, Maps—Pennsylvania—1775, and Maps—Virginia—1775
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