A Plan of the City and Harbour of Havana
This map depicts Havana, the harbor, and the surrounding area in the 18th century. Its importance at the time and international trading status are suggested by the numerous churches and convents, fortifications, and mercantile and military establishments, along with the inclusion of soundings for ships entering the harbor. Thomas Milton [London]
An exact plan of the fortifications of the Havana
An exact plan of the fortifications of the Havana and the adjacent forts, with the new batteries, &c., most humbly dedicated to His Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland, by Lieut. Hugh Mackay, late of the Marines, taken by him on the spot. March, 1749," with the soundings; drawn on a scale of 3 3/4 inches to an English mile; with a plan of Fort Coximal, on a scale of 9 1/2 fathoms to an inch."