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A Map of the British and French settlements in North America : (part the second) containing part of New York, Pensilvania, New Jersey, Mary Land, Virginia, North & South Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana, and all the countries westward in the same parellels so far as discovered, shewing the course of the Rivers Ohio, Missisipi &c. exhibiting the just boundaries & the French encroachments laid down from authentic surveys

A map of Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Maryland with part of New Jersey &c.

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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

Jones, Noble Wymberley. Savannah

Jones, Noble Wymberley. Savannah

Old houses in Savannah

The Right Hon-ble Sr. Charles Pratt Kt. (now Lord Camden) Lord Chief Justice of His Majesty's Court of Common Pleas.

Bullock, Archibald. Georgia

Bullock, Archibald. Georgia

Mouth of the Savannah River

John Wilkes elected Knight of the Shire for Middlesex.

George the Third, S. G.

John Glyn Esqr. M.P. for Middlesex.

Georgia

Georgia

Georgia

Georgia

A perspective view of Pensacola : 1. The fort ; 2. The church ; 3. The governors house ; 4. The commandants house ; 5. A well ; 6. A bungo.

[James Edward Oglethorpe.]

Part of North America : comprehending the course of Ohio, New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Carolina & Georgia.

Letter to Sir James Wright, Governor of Georgia

Letter to Sir James Wright, Governor of Georgia

Letter to Hugh Burr, Georgia

Letter to Sir James Wright [Governor of Georgia, Savannah]

Letter to Gov. [John] Milledge, Augusta, Georgia

Letter to Sir James Wright [Governor of Georgia, Savannah]

Letter to I[srael] K[eech] Tefft, Savannah

Letter to [Joseph Clay, Savannah, Ga.]

Letter to Edward Telfair, Savannah, Ga.

Letter to [Joseph Clay, Savannah, Ga.]

Letter to George Houstoun, Savannah

Letter to [Israel Keech Tefft, Savannah.]

Letter to Gen. [Alured] Clarke [Savannah, Ga.]

Letter to Gen. [Alured] Clarke [Savannah, Ga.]

Letter to [Edward Telfair, Savannah, Ga.]

Letter to Joseph Gibbons Jun., Savannah

Letter to Gen. [Alured] Clarke [Savannah, Ga.]

Letter to Lieut.-Gen. Alexander Leslie [Charleston, S. C.]

Letter to [Maj.-Gen. Lincoln, Headquarters --Dobbs's Ferry--, N. Y.]

Letter to Messrs

Letter to Thomas Bourk [Burke], Governor of N. C

Letter to Messrs

Letter to James Iredell, Edenton, N. C

Letter to the Speaker [of the House of Representatives of North Carolina]

Letter to [Maj.-Gen. Lincoln, Headquarters --Dobbs's Ferry--, N. Y.]

Letter to Lachlan McIntosh, Darien [Ga.]