Laurie and Whittle's new chart of the Mediterranean Sea, comprehending the coast from Cape St. Mary... : [sheet 2]
Printed map. Cartographer unknown. Insets: "The appearance of the land on the coast of Barbary in the Gut of Gilbraltor", "Carthagena", "The strait of Gibraltar, from Tofino", "Harbour of Toulon", [Malta and Gozo], "A survey of the Gulf of PAlma, on the S.W. side of Sardinia", "The Magdalena Islands and Strait of Bonifacio;...", "The Gulf of Scanderoon", "The Gulf of Smyrna", "The Faro or Strait of Messina", "The Esquerques and Keith's Reef". Accompanying text is described in The British Museum Catalogue of Printed Maps, Charts and Plans vol. 9, p.803 but their copy is missing the chart: "Laurie and Whittle's New Sailing Directions for the Mediterranean Sea... Written to accompany the New Chart of the Mediterranean Sea, and compiled from the best Authorities, aided by several original and valuable Manuscripts of the late Horatio, Lord Viscount Nelson... of Capt. G.F. Ryves, of the Royal Navy; and of Joseph Dessiou, author of the Chart. The Second Edition, greately enlarged and improved. [With a note on the pirated issue of the First Edition, published by Robert Blachford, of the Minories, London.] pp. 112. 160 x 242 mm. Robert Laurie and James Whittle: London, 1811. 8o. 533. g. 21. Wanting the Chart." Acquired as part of the Lord Cholmondely collection.