Printed map. "Corrected from information obtained by the Geological Survey under the direction of Sir W.E. Logan and prepared for the Canada Directory, Thos. C. Keefer C.E., Montreal". "Robert Barlow, Draughtsman." "Scale 25 miles to one inch." Includes inset, [Gulf of St. Lawrence Region]. Described in Winearls, Mapping Upper Canada 1780-1867, entry 235, p. 75-76: "Issued separately and in The Canadian Directory for 1857-58 (Montreal: John Lovell 1857), at end of vol 2 (OOA), and in F.X. Garneau, History of Canada 2nd ed rev (Montreal: Printed and published by John Lovell 1862), 1: frontis...; shows railways completed, in progress, and projected; twps north to line Draper, Macaulay, Bexley to Anstruther, Wollaston north to Airy, Murchison, Bangor to Brudenell, Algona to Rolph; colonization roads; a printed flyer entitled 'References to Map' found at beginning of vol I of The Canada Directory lists sources: Bayfield's charts, surveys of rivers in the Huron-Ottawa area by Sir W.E. Logan (1857) (622), and 'the remainder from Bouchette [see 152] & other authorities'; also noted: 'The MAP...may be had...at...Publisher Price 75c. mounted $1.50'; described as 'An entirely new map of Upper and Lower Canada...' in a prospectus for The Canadian Directory for 1857-58 issued Feb. 1857...." Acquired as part of the Hodsoll Collection.
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