A draft of the Golden & adjacent islands with part of ye Isthmus of Darien as it was taken by Capt. Ienefer... [map 1 of 2]
Printed maps. First map includes dedication, "Most humbly Inscrib'd to Iohn Haldane of Gleneagles Esqr: one of the Honble: Comisioners of Police & Customs for North Britain &c". Visual scale with each map.
Described in Kapp, The Early Maps of Panama up to 1865 (Map Collector's Circle #73), entry 27, p. 17: "...Another edition, 1710 is similar but has the coat of arms and the names of Moll, Morden and Hacke removed. It is rededicated 'Most humbly Inscribed to John Haldane of Gleneagles Esqr: one of the Hon:ble Commissioners of Police & Customs for North Britain &c...'. A second map occasionally found as a separate issue was printed on the same sheet below the draft of Golden Island entitled 'A New Map of ye Isthmus of Darien in America, the Bay of Panama, the Gulph of Vallona or St. Michael, with its Islands & Countries Adjacent', 29.5 x 48 cm. The 1699 issue bore the imprint 'by W. Hacke & Rt. Morden'. However, later editions had this removed."