A PLAN of BOSTON and its Environs shewing the true Situation of His Majesty's Troops, and also those of the Rebels; likewise all the Forts, Redouts and Entrenchments erected by both Armies

Author: Williams, Richard
Date: 1775
Location: Boston (Mass.)

Dimensions: 46 x 66 cm
Scale: Scale approximately 1:14,400
Reference: Titled 'Plans of military operations, in North America, etc.; namely, of Fort Edward, 1755; - of Fort William Henry, and Camp at Lake George; - of the battle fought on the Plains of Abraham, 13 Sept. 1759; - of Boston and its environs; - of the attack of the French upon York, in Virginia, June, 1782; - of Pondicherry, drawn by Lieut. John Hoyman, 1770; of Bowles's engraved map of the United States, 1783, with a continuation of the boundary line, in manuscript; and of the Town and Fort of Corfu, besieged by the Turks, Aug. 1716. Large Folio. [15,535]' in The British Library catalogue of additions to the manuscripts in the British Museum, in the years MDCCCXLI-MDCCCXLV,
Call Number: From the British Library, Add MS 15535.5


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