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1734, Ingriae, maker and place of origin unknown.

1766, A New Map of the Circle of Austria; from the best Authorities. London, G. Rollos.

1766, An Accurate Map of the Kingdom of Bohemia, Drawn from the best Authorities. London, G. Rollos.

1766, An Accurate Map of the Circle of Franconia, Drawn from the best Authorities. London, G. Rollos.

1766, A New Map of the Empire of Germany. London, G. Rollos. 1766, An Accurate Map of Hungary and Transilvania, Drawn from the Best Authorities. London, G. Rollos.

1766, A New and Accurate Map of the Kingdom of Prussia and Polish Prussia from the Sieur Robert's Atlas, with Improvements. London, J. Gibson.
"The Sieur Robert" was Sieur Gilles Robert de Vaugondy (1688-1766), who, with his son Didier (1723-86), published Atlas Portatif Universel between 1759 and 1767. This atlas covered not only Europe, but Africa and Asia as well. It was based on the earlier work of Nicolas Sanson (1600-67) whose Atlas first appeared in 1632.

1766, An Accurate Map of the Circle of the Upper Rhine, from the best Authorities . London, G. Rollos.

1766, An Accurate Map of the Northern Part of Lower Saxony: Drawn from the best Authorities. London, G. Rollos

1766, A New Map of the Northern Part of Upper Saxony, Drawn from the best Authorities. London, G. Rollos

1766, A New Map of the Dutchy of Silesia, Drawn from the best Authorities . London, G. Rollos.

1766, A New Map of the Circle of Westphalia, &c Drawn from the Best Authorities. London, B. Williams.

1815, Glaciers of the Canton of Berne. London, R. Ackerman.



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