A CHART OF THE ANTILLES, or, CHARIBBE, or, CARIBS ISLANDS, WITH THE VIRGIN ISLES
This chart by cartographer L. S. de la Rochette (1731 ? 1802) was engraved by William Palmer and published by 'geographer to the King' William Faden in 1784. There is a compass rose at the centre of a network of rhumb lines (for sailing directions) and a smaller scale map of the region is inset at top right showing distances between the islands, sailing routes and a table recording latitude and longitude of each island. Down the right side of the map are represented the profiles of the headlands of the different islands- this is as they would appear to sailors from the sea.
La Rochette. Cartographer.
Tabula novissima atque accuratissima Caraibicarum insularum sive Cannibalum : quae etiam Antillae Gallicae dicuntur, item insulae Supraventum, et in Archipelago Mexicano sitae sunt, ac detectae a Christ. Columbo Ao. MCCCCLXXXXIII
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Ottens, R. (Reinier), 1698-1750
by de Wed. I. Ottens, op den Nieuwen Dyk in de Werelt Kaart
I. S. Margareta cum confiniis [Karte], in: Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas, sive, Cosmographicae meditationes de fabrica mundi et fabricati figura, S. 556.
1 Karte aus Atlas