Printed map. Originally published in The London Magazine, vol. 24, August 1755, p. 360. Described in Kenneth Kershaw, Early Printed Maps of Canada, Vol. II, entry 351, p. 27. Donated by Dr. Les Shemilt.
Printed map. "By Hen. Popple." Title in top margin, "America Septentrionalis." In lower right margin, "W.H. Toms Sculp." Includes insets and views: Fall of Niagara; Mexico; Quebec; New York; Placentia; Annapolis Royal; Boston; New York; Charles Town; Bermuda; S. Augustine; Providence; Havana; S. Jago; Kingston Hr.; Port Antonio; Port Royal in Martinica; Barbadoes; Antigua; Cartagene; and, Porto Bello. Possibly originally published in single sheet form as an index to Popple's atlas bearing the same name. Acquired as part of the Hodsoll Collection.
Printed map. "J. Lodge delin et sculp". Includes a brief historical note on the English claim to North America and the origins of several colonies. Described in Sellers and Van Ee, Maps and Charts of North America and the West Indies 1750-1789, entry 5, p. 5. Described in Catalogue of the National Map Collection, Public Archives of Canada, H12/1000 - , Volume 10, p. 496.
Printed map. "By John Cary, Engraver." "Published ... Decr. 1. 1806." Probably originally published in Cary's New Universal Atlas, 1808. Described in Catalogue of the National Map Collection, vol. 10, H2/1000-1806, p. 543: "This map shows the conception of North America at the beginning of the nineteenth century; though the outline of Canada is present, the delineation of the north is poor. English, American and Spanish possessions are coloured in red, green and yellow respectively. The map is evidently based on Arrowsmith's map of 1792. In all probability, the map is from Cary's New Universal Atlas, 1808, plate 51." Acquired as part of the Hodsoll Collection.
Printed map. "Designed by Mousieur Sanson Geographer to the French King, and rendred into English, and illustrated by Richard Blome by His Majesties especiall command." Near lower left corner, "Francis Lamb Sculp". Includes inscription with crest in upper right corner. Described in The British Museum Catalogue of Printed Maps, Charts and Plans, volume 2, p. 880: "In: Blome (Richard) A Geographical Description of the Four Parts of the World. 1670".
Printed map. In upper margin, pages numbered "LVIII." and "LIX." In lower margin, "C 1815 - 30". Likely from The Edinburgh geographical and historical atlas, comprehending a sketch of the history of geography... Edinburgh: J. Hamilton, successor to D. Lizars; London: Whittaker, Treacher, & Co.; Dublin: W. Curry, Jun. & Co, [1831?]. Acquired as part of the Hodsoll Collection.
Printed map. "Sumptibus Homannianorum Heredum." Two visual scales [52 mm=60 English marine leagues]. Prime meridian: Ferro and London. Title in Latin; place names and descriptive notes in English; two larger blocks of textual content in German. Described in Catalogue of the National Map Collection, Public Archives of Canada, H2/1000-1756, Vol. 10, p. 498: "This map shows the area from Newfoundland south to Florida and as far west as the Mississippi. Rivers, lakes, mountains and other features are named. Populated places and political divisions are indicated. Also on the map are two notes in German. One concerns the English discovery and development of North America while the other discusses the French occupation." Acquired as part of the Banks Collection.
Printed map. First state. "L. Thevenard fil. sculp." Three visual scales. Includes inset entitled: "Suplément pour les possessions françoises et angloises au sud de la Louisiane. Gravé par Chambon." Inverted in lower left margin, "Livre XIII." Described in Kershaw, Early Printed Maps of Canada, vol. II, entry 358, p. 33. According to Sellers and Van Ee, Maps and Charts of North America and the West Indies, 1750-1789, [entry] 70, p. 17: "Appears in Desnos, Atlas général (1767-)."
Printed map. "Par M. Bellin Ingr. de la Marine 1758." Visual scale, "echelle de lieues marines de France de 20 au degré". Prime meridian: Paris. Includes historical notes. In lower margin, "Tome XV. No. 4." Donated by Dr. Karl Freeman, Hamilton, March 1995.
Printed map. Cartographer uncertain, probably Christian Gottlieb Theophil Reichard. Visual scale, "Maasstab von 200 Meilen 15=1 Grad." Includes inset map: Nordwestlichster Theil von Nord-America. Possibly the later edition referred to in The Catalogue of the National Map Collection, Public Archives of Canada, H2/1000 -1817, Volume 10, p. 547: "A later edition of this map [ie. 1817 map] appeared in Adolf Stieder's Hand-Atlas uber alle Theile der Erde... [1816-50]."