Printed map; sheet 13 of 24. "Sur la copie de Bruxelles par E:H: Friex." Eight visual scales [58 mm=3 milles d'Angleterre]. Sheet number in lower right corner of map, "13". 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.