Printed map; sheet 2 of 24. "Sur la copie de Bruxelles par E. H. Friex." Sheet number in lower right corner of map, "2." Includes elaborate compass and illustrations of ships. Described in Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, vol. II, entry C & M 17, p. 84: “The original maps were first published by E.H. Fricx at Brussel between 1703-1712.... The collection of 24 maps published by Covens & Mortier covers the first section of the atlas: Table des cartes des Pays Bas et des frontieres de France ... chez Eugène Henry Fricx, 1712." Map title has been prefaced with the sheet number for indexing purposes.