Nova tabula geographica complectens Borealiorem Americae partem, in qua exacte delineatae sunt Canada sive Nova Francia, Nova Scotia, Nova Anglia, Novum Belgium, Pensylvania, Virginia, Carolina, et Terra Nova, cum omnibus littorum pulvinorumque profunditatibus
1 : 4000000 â Nicolao Visscher Luggardus van Anse schulp. Amstlodami : nunc apud Petrus Schenk Junior
Part of North America: comprehending the course of Ohio, New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Carolina & Georgia.
A chart of the sea coasts of New-England, New-Jarsey, Virginia, Maryland and Carolina : from C. Cod to C. Hatteras / by John Seller, hydrogr. to the King ; Iames Clerk sculpsit.
from Atlas terrestris, or, A book of mapps of all the empires, monarchies, kingdomes, regions, dominions, principalities, and countreys in the whole world : accomodated with a brief description of the nature and quality of each particular countrey / by Iohn Seller, hydrographer to the Kings most excellent majestie.
Map no. I : [to accompany A bill in the chancery of New Jersey, at the suit of John, Earl of Stair ... against Benjamin Bond].
from A bill in the chancery of New-Jersey, at the suit of John earl of Stair, and others, proprietors of the eastern-division of New-Jersey; against Benjamin Bond. and some other persons of Elizabeth-Town, distinguished by the name of the Clinker lot right men. With three large maps, done from copper-plates. To which is added; the publications of the Council of proprietors of East New-Jersey, and Mr. Nevill's speeches to the General assembly, concerning the riots committed in New-Jersey, and the pretences of the rioters, and their seducers. These papers will give a better light into the history and constitution of New-Jersey, than any thing hitherto published, the matters whereof have been chiefly collected from records. Published by subscription:
Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware / J. Knight sc.
from View of the United States, historical, geographical, and statistical, exhibiting, in a convenient form, the natural and artificial features of the several states, and embracing those leading branches of history and statistics best adapted to develop the present condition of the North American union ... By William Darby.