Printed map. In lower right corner, "27." Likely from Blackie & Son atlas, The comprehensive atlas & geography of the world..., . McMaster's copy of the atlas has table of contents section, "List of the Maps", with entry "The North Circumpolar Regions ... 27". The atlas states that the "maps which constitute the third section were drawn, engraved, and revised by two well-known geographers, Edward Weller, F.R.G.S., and John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S." (Preface, page vi). McMaster's atlas is lacking map plate 27. Donated by Dr. Karl Freeman, Hamilton, March 1995.
Printed map. "By Geo. Buchanan. J. & G. Menzies Sculpt. Edinr." "Projected & engraved for Thomson's New General Atlas, 20th. Sept. 1816." Visual scale [116 mm=3000 miles]. Printed "No. 6" has been affixed in upper right corner. Probably originally published in John Thomson & Co.'s, New General Atlas, Consisting of a Series of Geographical Designs, on Various Projections..., 1817. Acquired as part of the Hodsoll Collection.
Printed map. "No. 12. [From] Atlas spheroïdal & universel de geographie, dresse par F.A. Garnier, geographe". Shows 2 hemispheres with titles: Hémisphère austral and Hémisphère boréal. Includes insets: Figure pour la déclinaison; Tableau figuratif des lignes sans déclinaison et sans inclinaison; and, Figure pour l'inclinaison. Also includes text. In upper right margin, "PL. 12". In lower left margin, "Imp. Sarazin, r. Git-le-Cœur, 8 Paris." Prime meridian: Paris.