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Speed, John

  • A map of Virginia and Maryland. This is state 1 of the ninth and last major derivative of the John Smith map of 1612. Its placenames, however, are taken from Herrman's map of 1673. The map was first published in the posthumous ed. of Speed's The Theatre of the Empire in Great Britain. 1676. MSA SC 1399-1-197 [HFC 176S5] [IMAGE]

  • Virginia and Maryland. This small map was in Speed's A prospect of the most famous parts of the world, 1675. It may have been engraved by Pieter Van Den Keere. a second issue was in An epitome of Mr. Speed's theatre of the empire... in 1676. 1675. MSA SC 1399-1-204 [HFC 175S5]


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