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Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

First map of Europe (Britain and Ireland). Full gold border.

Georgius Imus D.G. Mag. Brit. Fran. et Hib. Rex F.D...

George 3d King of Great Britain

New England the most remarqueable parts thus named by the high and mighty Prince Charles, prince of Great Britain.

New England the most remarqueable parts thus named by the high and mighty Prince Charles, nowe king of Great Britain.

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Carolus II D.G. Mag. Brit. Franc. et Hiber. Rex.

Children of the choir of Westminster in number 8; the sergeant porter; the sergeant of the vestry; children of his Majesty Chapel Royal, in number twelve.

The choir of Westminster in number 16; the groom of the vestry; the organ blower; two sackbuts, and double courtal; gentlemen of the Chapel Royal, in number 32.

The closet keeper of the Chapell Royal; the Kings chaplains having dignities, in number 14; Aldermen of London, in number 21.

Britain.

North America : corrected from the observations communicated to the Royal Society at London and the Royal Academy at Paris