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Americae pars borealis, Florida, Baccalaos, Canada, Corterealis.

Pagus Hispanorum in Florida.

Pagus Hispanorum in Florida.

Pagus Hispanorum in Florida. [St. Augustine.]

New Mexico ; Florida.

A map of Florida and ye Great Lakes of Canada

Mexico, or, New Spain : divided into the audiance of Guadalayara, Mexico, and Guatimala, Florida.

Mexico, or, New Spain : divided into the audiance of Guadalayara, Mexico, and Guatimala, Florida.

Mexico, or, New Spain : divided into the audiance of Guadalayara, Mexico, and Guatimala, Florida.

Old Fort San Marco; The approach to Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Florida; Fort Marion, looking seaward

Habit of a king of Florida in 1625. Roy de la Floride.

Carte de la Louisiane, Maryland, Virginie, Caroline, Georgie, avec une partie de la Floride

Carte de la Louisiane, Maryland, Virginie, Caroline, Georgie, avec une partie de la Floride

Colochicum multiflorum fl. Dilute rubentium = Colchico conpiu fiori = Colchique. [autumn crocus; fall crocus; naked ladies, Meadow saffron]

Letter to Lieut. Col. [Beamsley] Glazier, commanding in East Florida

Letter to Patrick Tonyn, Governor of East Florida

Letter to Lieut. Col. [Beamsley] Glasier, commanding in East Florida

Letter to Lieut. Col. [Beamsley] Glasier, commanding in East Florida

Letter to Patrick Tonyn, Governor of East Florida

Letter to Patrick Tonyn, Governor of East Florida

Letter to Patrick Tonyn, Governor of East Florida

Letter to Lieut. Col. [Beamsley] Glazier, commanding in East Florida

Letter to Patrick Tonyn, Governor of East Florida

Letter to Lieut. Col. [Beamsley] Glazier, commanding in East Florida

Letter to Lieut. Col. [Beamsley] Glasier, commanding in East Florida

Letter to Patrick Tonyn, Governor of East Florida

Luigiana Inglese, colla parte Occidentale, della Florida, della Georgia, e Carolina Merid[i]onale.

An exact map of North and South Carolina & Georgia : with east and west Florida from the latest discoveries

Parte Orientale della Florida, della Georgia, e Carolina Meridionale.

Il paese de' Selvaggi Outauacesi, e kilistinesi intorno al Lago Superiore; Supplemento alla Florida Orientale.

A compleat map of the West Indies, containing the coasts of Florida, Louisiana, New Spain, and Terra Firma: with all the islands

New map of the states of Georgia South and North Carolina Virginia and Maryland : including the Spanish provinces of West and East Florida from the latest surveys

A map of the states of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia : comprehending the Spanish provinces of east and west Florida : exhibiting the boundaries as fixed by the late treaty of peace between the United States and the Spanish dominions

A map of the East and West Florida.

A map of the states of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia; comprehending the Spanish provinces of East and West Florida; exhibiting the boundaries as fixed by the late Treaty of Peace between the United States and the Spanish dominions. Compiled from the late Surveys & Observations by Joseph Purcell.

On the Coast of Florida.

Gardenia Florida = Gardene à larges fleurs.

A new and accurate chart (from Captain Holland's surveys) of the North American Coast, for the navigation between Philadelphia and Florida respectfully inscribed to His Excellency Thomas Jefferson, president of the United States of North America

A new and accurate chart (from Captain Holland's surveys) of the North American Coast, for the navigation between Cape Cod in New England and the Havanna in the Gulf of Florida respectfully inscribed to His Excellency Thomas Jefferson, president of the United States of North America,

To the members of the Nautical Institution and Ship-masters' Society of the city of New York, this chart, extending from lat. 40º15{167} N., long. 72º15{167} W., to lat. 22º35{167} N., long. 80º25{167} W., is respectfully dedicated

Southern section of the United States, including Florida &c.

To the members of the Nautical Institution and Ship-masters' Society of the city of New York, this chart, extending from lat. 40°15 N., long. 72°15 W., to lat. 22°35 N., long. 80°25 W., is respectfully dedicated

Plan des Tombeaux des., des chefs de Tonga-tabou. Tombeaux des chef. de Tonga -Tabou (Archipel des amis.) Situésaux environs de Moua. 1. Un Touï tonga nommé Fettaféhé., 2. Cing Rois., 3. Un Roi et sa femme., 4. Un enfant., 5. Un Rei., 6. Guatre Rois., 7. Un Roi., 8. Les Rois Toublotou et Fettaféché, puis 2 autress., 9. Un tombeau gue mpis n'avpms apperçu gue de loin, fl renferme 4 Rois., 10. Un feune enfant., 11. Tangamana gd,, père du chef Avea seus le même monticule estle chef Touï., 12. Une femme, aïeule d' Avea., 13. Tombeau conshuit en mémoire du chef lelea gui se perdit à mer., 14. Finaou chef gui vivait à Tonga, Lorsgue Cook y aborda., 15. Un chef mommé Tafoa., Elévation de l'un des Tombeaux.

Common Mocking Bird. 1, 2. Males, 3. Female. (Florida Jessamine. Gelseminum niditum. Rattlesnake.)

Florida Cormorant. Male.

Florida Jay. 1. Male. 2. Female. (Persimontree. Diospyros Virginiana.)

Florida.

234. The Florida Gallinule (Gallinula galeata). 235. The American Swan (Cygnus americanus).

A chart of the coast of America : from New York and Philadelphia to the Strait or Gulf of Florida, and from thence to the Mississippi

Group of Kiowa and Caddoe [sic] Indians, in native costume, confined in Fort Marion. St. Augustine, Florida.

Treasury St., the narrowest street in St. Augustine.

Ferry boats across river, Tampa, Florida.

[View of a commercial building?, Monticello, Fla.]

Entrance to St. Augustine, through an archway of Pride of India and Live Oak trees.

Fort Taylor in distance, Key West, Fla.

Treasury St., Seven feet wide. St. Augustine, Fla.

A View of the Old Spanish fort at St. Augustine, Fla.

The Doorway of the Fort.

St. George Street.

Florida Express.

City gate. St. Augustine, Fla.

Cocoanut [coconut] trees in the white sands of Florida, U.S.A.

Cocoanut [coconut] trees in the white sands of Florida, U.S.A.

Cocoanut [coconut] trees in the white sands of Florida, U.S.A.

Watch Tower of the Old Spanish Fort, at St. Augustine, Florida.

Market. St. Augustine, Florida.

The Hammock, Lake Worth, Fla.

The pine apple of Florida.

The Door way of the Fort.

Under the orange trees, Florida.

The Plaza Monument and Cathedral of St. Augustine, Florida.

Old City Gate.

Lake Wilcox, Orlando, Florida.

Lightning Express.

Entrance to St. Augustine, through an archway of Pride of India and Live Oak trees.

Entrance to Fort Marion.

Treasury St., St. Augustine, Fla.

Florida Express.

Entrance. Ft. Marion, St. Augustine, Fla.

[Treasury Street.]

Spanish Cathedral, St. Augustine, Fla.

The Spanish Cathedral.

[The Wharf, Key West, Fla.]

Causeway and City gates.

St. George St., showing the old Spanish portion of St. Augustine, Fla.

St. George St., St. Augustine, Fla.

Sea Wall, looking north.

Slave Market. St. Augustine, Fla.

Pampas Grass, Florida.

Cactus Garden, Craign Place, Lake Worth, Fla.

Sponge Market, Key West Harbor, Fla.

Interior of Ft. Marion, St. Augustine, Fla.

City gates.

Treasury St., Seven feet wide.

The Plaza, St. Augustine, showing the Monuments and Slave Market.

Cocoanut [coconut] trees in the white sands of Florida, U.S.A.

City gates, looking into St. George Street.

Charlotte St., St. Augustine.

City gates, looking into St. George Street.

Light House at St. Augustine.