Proclamation regarding the separation of the country into two provinces of Lower and Upper Canada and into counties, cities and towns and the issuing of writs for the first provincial parliament of Lower Canada
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
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"
Canada, Eastern. 1625 Purchas, Samuel, 1577?-1626 [Map of Eastern Canada showing New France, New Found Lande, New Scot Lande and New Englande]. [London? 1625?] Coloured in outline. Written in the top left corner of the map: "1872"; in top right corner "1873"
Canada, Eastern. 1851 Rapkin, J East Canada and New Brunswick. The illustrations by H. Warren and engraved by J.B. Allen. Map drawn and engraved by J. Rapkin. London, J. Tallis, 1851. Coloured in outline. Coloured illustrations surround the map: Quebec, North American Indians. Has the seal of Lower Canada printed on the page. From: Tallis's Illustrated Atlas and Modern History of the World
Hudson Bay. 1757 Bellin, Jacques Nicholas, 1703-1772 Carte de la Baye Hudson pour servira l'Histoire generale des voyages echelle de lieues communes de France par M. B.[ellin] Ingr. de la Marine, 1757. Coloured. 9 x 12 in. In upper left corner "Tome 14 in 4 No. 14"; in top right corner: "tome 14 in 8 Page 191". From: Charlevoix, Pierre Francois Xavier de, 1682-1761. Histoire et description generale de la Nouvelle France. Map no. ? See M. Bellin's introduction on maps in vol. III of Charlevoix
Maritimes. 1716 Moll, Herman, d. 1732 Newfoundland, St. Laurence Bay, the Fishing Banks, Acadia, and a part of New Scotland. By H. Moll, Geographer. London, J. Nicholson, 1716. Coloured in outline. Phillips Maps no. 47
Maritimes. 1851 Rapkin, J. Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. The illustrations by A. Russell & engraved by J. Rogers. The map drawn & engraved by J. Rapkin. London, J. Tallis, 1851. Coloured in outline. Coloured illustrations surrounding the map: Halifax, Nova Scotia and Cod fishing off Newfoundland. Has the seals of Nova Scotia and Cape Breton, and Newfoundland printed on the map. From: Tallis's Illustrated Atlas and Modern History of the World
North America. Moll, Herman, d. 1732 A new map of North America, according to the newest observations. By H. Moll, geographer. [London: J. Nicholoson, 1716?] Coloured in outline. "Vol. 1 Tit. Page" Phillips Atlases, 3477 Map no. 35
North America. Robert de Vaugondy, Gilles, 1688-1766 Partie de l'Amerique Septent? ou le Canada, par le Sr. Robert de Vaugondy Geog? Ordinaire du Roy avec privilege, [Paris?]. With inset map: Supplement pour les lacs du Canada [i.e. the Great Lakes]
Northwest Coast of North America and Russia, Northeastern. Imperatorsk i a adademiia nauk (Russia) Russian discoveries from the map published by the Imperial Academy of St. Petersburg. Printed for Robert Sayer, London. published March 27, 1775