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City of Quebec. Jefferys, Thomas, 1759

City of Quebec. / Jefferys, Thomas / 1759
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Full Title: A plan of the city of Quebec, the capital of Canada, as it surrendered 18 Septembr. 1759 to the British fleet and army commanded by Vice Adml. Saunders & Brigadr. Genl. Townshend. Published according to act of Parliament Janry. 15, 1760 by Thos. Jefferys at Charing Cross. Price 2 s.

Author: Jefferys, Thomas

Date: 1759

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Author: Jefferys, Thomas

Date: 1759

Short Title: City of Quebec.

Publisher: London: Thomas Jefferys

Type: Book Map

Object Height cm: 34

Object Width cm: 49

Scale 1: 3,400

Note: Engraved map. Relief shown by hachures. Shows buildings, fortifications, "St. Laurence or the Great River called by the Indians Hoshelaga or Canada River," etc. Oriented with north toward upper right.

State / Province: Quebec

City: Quebec (Quebec)

Full Title: A plan of the city of Quebec, the capital of Canada, as it surrendered 18 Septembr. 1759 to the British fleet and army commanded by Vice Adml. Saunders & Brigadr. Genl. Townshend. Published according to act of Parliament Janry. 15, 1760 by Thos. Jefferys at Charing Cross. Price 2 s.

List No: 4796.002

Page No: (pt. 1, opp. p. 4)

Series No: 4

Published In: The natural and civil history of the French dominions in North and South America. Giving a particular account of the climate, soil, minerals, animals, vegetables, manufactures, trade, commerce, and languages ... Illustrated by maps and plans of the principal places, collected from the best authorities, and engraved by T. Jefferys, Geographer to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. Part I. Containing a description of Canada and Louisiana. London, Printed for Thomas Jefferys at Charing-Cross. MDCCLX.

Publication Author: Jefferys, Thomas

Publication Date: 1760

Publication Reference: Howes J83; Streeter 128; Sabin 35964; P-Maps (lists all 18 maps); Stevens and Tree 27(b), 51(a), 66 (b); Clark I:263; Ristow p25-28 (Samuel Holland).

Publication Note: See note field above.

Publication List No: 4796.000

Publication Type: Geography Book

Publication Maps: 18

Publication Height cm: 36

Publication Width cm: 23

Image No: 4796002

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