Manuscript map. Cartographer unknown but believed to be Robert Clifford. This item was discovered in a portfolio along with 20 maps of military camps of the War of the Austrian Succession. The original portfolio had a Robert Clifford ownership label but for conservation purposes the maps have been repackaged. The paper has a watermark with the date, "1809" surmounted by a fleur-de-lis. The place names annotated on the map in red ink correspond to the location of the the military camps. They also correspond to the names listed on the verso of the sheet accompanied by dates which are believed to relate to events in the War of the Austrian Succession. A grid is overlaid with squares numbered in Roman numerals which most likely correspond to map sheet numbers in a series of topographic maps covering the area. On verso: [Index map of Northern Italy and Southern France] see: RMC F57 supplement 2 verso.