America. 1747 Bowen, Emanuel, d. 1767 A new general map of America. Outline drawn from several accurate particular maps and charts, regulated by Astronomical Observations by Eman. Bowen. London, 1747. "No. 51" From: A Complete System of Geography, London, 1744-1747. Phillips, Maps. p. 108 no. 70
America. Gastaldi, Giacomo, ca. 1500-ca. 1565 Universale della Parte del Mondo nuovamente Ritrovata. [Second ed.? Paris? 1565?] Taken from vol. 3 of Ramusio's Navigationi et Viaggi, Venice, 1565. [Ramusio, Giovanni Battista, 1485-1517]
Arctic Regions. 1595 Mercator, Gerhard, 1512-1594 Sep: Tentrio: Nalium [i.e. Septentrionalium] Terrarum de: Scriptio. Per Gerardum Mercatorem cum privilegio. Includes 3 inset maps: Frisland Insula, Farre Insulae, Scetland Insulae. Originally published 1595. This copy published? First separate map of the North Pole
Arctic Regions. 1680 Blaeu, Willem Janszoon, 1571-1638 Arctic map. Regiones sub Polo Arctico auctore Guiljelmo Blaeu. [Amsterdam, ca. 1680]. Coloured in outline. Dutch text on verso
Arctic Regions. 1680? De Wit, Frederick Poli Arctici et circumiacentium terrarum descriptio novissima per Fredericum de Wit Amstelodami. [Amsterdam, 1680?] Coloured. "Gedruckt i Amsteldam by Frederick de Wit in de Valverstract aen den Dam in de Wit paseaert"
Arctic Regions. 1680 Pitt, Moses, fl. 1654-1696 A map of the North Pole and the parts adjoining. Oxon, At the Theater, MDCLXXX. Has two coloured illustrations: one of a family in Eskimo dress and the other of fishermen harpooning a whale. Inset map at top right is of Nova Zembla [Zembia?] Has note: In the Philosophical Transactions of ao. 1674, no. 101, there is set down a description of Nova Zembla as it was sent to the Royal Society from a Russian merchant and discovered by order of the Grand Czaar, but there being not joyned to it either longitude latitude or other measure, we thought it better to follow the two newest maps. One printed at Amsterdam 1678 the other at Nuremberg 1679 and to place this by itself which shews it not an island but joyned with the continent at the letter K." Map dedicated to the Right Honble. Charles FitzCharles, Earle of Plymouth ... Taken from vol. 1 of Pitt's English Atlas published under Royal patronage in 1680. The Atlas bankrupted Pitt; only
Arctic Regions. 1748 Bowen, Emanuel, d.1767 Correct draught of the North Pole and of all the countries hitherto discovered, intercepted between the Pole and the parallel of 50 degrees. Exhibiting the most remarkable tracts of our English navigators &c. in their several attempts to find out the North East and North West Passages. Drawn from the most approved modern maps and charts and adjusted by Astron. observations by Eman Bowen, Geographer to His Majesty. [London] 1748. "Bowen-Harris""Vol. II page 377" Includes notes related to the search for the Northwest Passage
Arctic Regions. 1831 Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) Circumjacent to the North Pole. London, Published by Baldwin and Cradock, 47 Paternoster Row, June, 1831 under the superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Phillips Atlases, 753
Arctic Regions. 1862 Johnson, J. Hugh Arctic Regions: [the lower map:] The Arctic regions, showing the North-West passage as determined by Capt. R. McClure and other Arctic voyagers, compiled by J. Hugh Johnson; [upper map:] Wellington Channel, Melville Island, &c., from Admiralty chart. London, A Fullarton & Co., 1856. Consisting of two maps on one sheet. Has coloured illustrations surrounding the maps: Terror thrown up by the ice in frozen strait, Prince Albert surrounded by icebergs in Melville Bay, Cape Hotham with H.M.S. Pioneer and Resolute, Esquimaux female, Seal hunting, Building snow hut, Sledge travelling, Walrus or horse, and Esquimaux man and boy. From: London, The Royal English Atlas, 1862. "Map no. 3"
Arctic Regions. 1897 The Century Atlas: Region around the North Pole, giving the records of the most important explorations. Has three inset maps: Franz Josef Land, Smith Sound and Robeson Channel, and Spitzbergen. From: Benjamin Eli Smith, ed. Century Atlas of the World. New York, The Century Co., c1897. "No. 3". Phillips Atlases 1020, No. 3