Paskaert, de Kusten van't Kanael, vertoonende alle, de Kusten van Engelandt, Schotlant, en Yerlandt, en een gedeelte van Vranckrijck.
from De zee-atlas ofte water-wereld : waer in vertoont werden alle de zee-kusten van het bekende des aerd-bodems : seer dienstigh voor alle heeren en kooplieden, als oock voor alle schippers en stuurlieden / by Pieter Goos.
Different Routes of Prince Edward in Great Britain
Maps are usually made by conquerors. This is an exception: it was made by the side that lost. The map was drawn by James Grant, a French officer of Scottish descent who fought alongside Bonnie Prince Charlie throughout his campaigns, including the Battle of Culloden, and accompanied him on his flight to France. The map bears the royal arms of the Stuart kings and records in detail the battles and sieges of the Jacobite campaign. Allegorical figures, such as Justice, dignify the conflict. The Prince’s escape route is watched over from the clouds by the gods of classical mythology: Venus, Zephyr, Apollo, Mercury and Neptune. In a rebuttal of the English propaganda that followed the defeat of the Jacobite Uprising, the map is pointedly Inscrib’d to all the Honest. Grant, James A.