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MAP #: 275F5

CARTOGRAPHER : FRY, JOSHUA & JEFFERSON, PETER

DATE: 1775

SHORT TITLE : A MAP OF THE MOST INHABITED PART OF VIRGINIA

REMAINING TITLE & ID : CONTAINING THE WHOLE PROVINCE OF MARYLAND WITH PART OF PENSILVANIA, NEW JERSEY AND NORTH CAROLINA DRAWN BY JOSHUA FRY & PETER JEFFERSON IN 1775. (CARTOUCHE, BOTTOM RIGHT CORNER). "PRINTED FOR ROBt. SAYER AT No. 53 IN FLEET STREET, & THOs. JEFFERYS AT THE CORNER OF St. MARTINS LANE, CHARING CROSS, LONDON." (BOTTOM MARGIN). "TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE, GEORGE DUNK EARL OF HALIFAX FIRST LORD COMMISSIONER: AND TO THE REST OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE AND HONOURABLE COMMISSIONERS, FOR TRADE AND PLANTATIONS. THIS MAP IS MOST HUMBLY INSCRIBED TO THEIR LORDSHIP'S BY THEIR LORDSHIP'S MOST OBEDIENT & MOST DEVOTED HUMBLE SERVt. THOs. JEFFERYS." (BELOW THE DESIGN OF THE CARTOUCHE). LONGITUDE FROM PHILADELPHIA (TOP BORDER). LONGITUDE FROM LONDON AND CURRATUCK INLET (BOTTOM BORDER). LATITUDE (RIGHT AND LEFT BORDERS).


DATE OF PUBLICATION : R1775 (1753)
PLACE OF PUBLICATION : LONDON
PUBLISHER : ROBERT SAYER & THOMAS JEFFERYS
LANGUAGE(S) : EN
SIZE (HEIGHT X WIDTH) : 80.0 X 124.0 CM.(4 SHEETS JOINED)
SIZE - OTHER DATA : 110 X 128 CM. OM
SCALE - (RF) 1: : 660,000
SCALE - OTHER DATA : 30 MILES = 7.4 CM.
LIB. OF CONGRESS # : -
Md. HALL OF RECORDS # 1 : MSA SC1399-61 (ED.1 - ST.6)
# 2 : MSA SC1399-238 (ED.2 - ST.1)
# 3 : MSA SC1399-562 (ED.2 - ST.2)
# 4 : MSA SC1399-561 (ED.2 - ST.3)
# 5 : MSA SC1399-564 (ED.2 - ST.4)
# 6 : MSA SC1399-553 (ED.2 - ST.5)
# 7 : MSA SC1399-210 (ED.3)
HUNTINGFIELD ACQ. # 1 : BB023-TFI (ED.1 - ST.6)
# 2 : BB023-HND (ED.2 - ST.1)
# 3 : SW015-NEF (ED.2 - ST.2)
# 4 : SW015-TFI (ED.2 - ST.3)
# 5 : SW015-TFI (ED.2 - ST.4)
# 6 : SW015-TFI (ED.2 - ST.5)
# 7 : N026-GGD (ED.3)
REGION CATEGORY : MAP ON WHICH THE MD/CHESAPEAKE AREA IS ONE MAIN FOCUS (1)
SPECIAL CATEGORY(IES) : FRY & JEFFERSON RELATED (15)
# SHEETS TO MAP : 4
MAP ORIENTATION : N IS AT THE TOP OF THE MAP.
RELIEF SHOWN ? : YES
HYDROGRAPHIC DATA : NONE
CARTOUCHE : ADORNED PLASTERWORK (15)
BORDER : GEOGRAPHICALLY FUNCTIONAL (8)
PRIME MERIDIAN(S) : PHILADELPHIA AND CURRATUCK INLET (17)
SEE ALSO MAP #s : 253F5, 254F5, 255F5, 255F6, 268F5, 282F5, 294F5, 255R5, 280R3, 280R4, 293R5, 294R5, 277L5.
BEST INFO SOURCE : VERNER'S STUDY IN IMAGO MUNDI XXI IS THE DEFINITIVE WORK.
DESCRIPTION : THIS IS THE SIXTH STATE OF THE FAMOUS FRY & JEFFERSON MAP, WHICH WAS FIRST PUBLISHED BY JEFFERYS IN 1753. SEE MAP # 253F5. AS WITH THE FIFTH STATE (SEE MAP # 268F5), THERE WERE NO GEOGRAPHICAL CHANGES FROM THE FOURTH STATE (SEE MAP # 255F6). THE TITLE HAS BEEN ALTERED TO CHANGE THE DATE TO 1775 FROM 1751. THERE ARE FIVE KNOWN ISSUES OF THIS STATE, ALL INCLUDED IN ATLASES FROM 1775 TO 1778. IT APPEARS IN JEFFERYS THE AMERICAN ATLAS...", LONDON: SAYER AND BENNETT, 1775, 1776 AND 1778 EDITIONS, AS WELL AS IN FADEN'S "THE NORTH ATLANTIC ATLAS...", LONDON: 1777 AND IN FADEN'S THE GENERAL ATLAS OF THE FOUR GRAND QUARTERS OF THE WORLD...", LONDON: 1778. COPIES ARE IN THE NEWBERRY LIBRARY, THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, AND IN THE HUNTINGFIELD COLLECTION.

FRY WAS PRESIDING MAGISTRATE AND COUNTY SURVEYOR OF ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, WHICH WAS FORMED IN 1745. FRY WAS OLDER THAN JEFFERSON, WHO HE HELPED GET ESTABLISHED AS A SURVEYOR. FRY CAUSED JEFFERSON TO BE APPOINTED ONE OF THE FOUR SURVEYORS OF THE FAIRFAX LINE IN 1746, A PROJECT WHICH FRY HEADED. FRY AND JEFFERSON IN 1749 WERE CHOSEN AS VIRGINIA COMMISSIONERS TO EXTEND THE BORDER OF NORTH CAROLINA-VIRGINIA BY 90 MILES. THEY WERE SELECTED BY LEWIS BURWELL, ACTING GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA TO DRAW A MAP OF THE INHABITED PART OF VIRGINIA BASED ON A DIRECTION FROM THE LORD OF TRADE ON JULY, 19, 1750. IT WAS DONE BY THE SUMMER OF 1751 AND THE MAP WAS APPROVED AND THEY WERE PAID IN FULL. IT WAS PRESENTED TO THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE BOARD OF TRADE ON MARCH 11, 1752. THE MANUSCRIPT APPARENTLY DID NOT SURVIVE. THE 1ST STATE OF THE PRINTED MAP DOES NOT EXTEND FAR ENOUGH WEST TO INCLUDE DR. THOMAS WALKER'S EXPLORATIONS INTO SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA AND WELL INTO KENTUCKY IN 1750, ALTHOUGH THE MANUSCRIPT MAP PROBABLY DID. THE FIRST MANUSCRIPT MAP DELINEATED THE LAND AREAS MORE PRECISELY THAN ANY OTHER PREVIOUS MAP. WHILE THE SHAPES OF THE LAND MASSES SURROUNDING THE CHESAPEAKE BAY LACK FINENESS IN DETAIL, THE REAL SHAPES OF THE PENINSULAS ARE BETTER DEPICTED. THE BAY IS SHOWN AS A GENTLE, MODIFIED "S" CURVE, LESS EXAGGERATED THAN SHOWN BY SMITH OR HERRMAN AND THEIR DERIVATIVES. THE MAP WAS PROBABLY THE FIRST OF NORTH AMERICA TO USE A LOCAL POINT AS THE PRIME MERIDIAN. FRY AND JEFFERSON MADE A SECOND AND REVISED DRAUGHT, WHICH ADDED DETAILS IN THE EAST SUCH AS THE ROAD NETWORK. DATA FROM CHRISTOPHER GIST PERMITTED CORRECTIONS TO BE MADE IN THE COURSES OF THE OHIO, KANAWHA AND NEW RIVERS AS WELL AS IN THE FRENCH SETTLEMENTS ON THE PENNSYLVANIA BORDER. FRY OBTAINED THE INFORMATION FROM GIST WHILE FRY WAS ONE OF THE COMMISSIONERS TREATING WITH THE SIX NATIONS THAT LED TO THE TREATY OF LOGSTOWN IN OHIO.

THE FIRST MANUSCRIPT MAP WAS MADE AVAILABLE TO THOMAS JEFFERYS "GEOGRAPHER TO THE PRINCE OF WALES" AND IN THIS CAPACITY AN OFFICIAL GEOGRAPHER OF SORTS TO THE GOVERNMENT, WHICH PROVIDED HIM ACCESS TO OFFICIAL MANUSCRIPT MATERIAL AND COMMISSIONED HIM FOR ANY MAPS THAT THE GOVERNMENT WANTED TO HAVE PUBLISHED. JEFFERYS USED FOUR COPPER PLATES 40.1 X 62.2 CM. TO MAKE A MAP 80 X 124 CM. WHEN CUT AND JOINED. FRANCIS HAYMAN DESIGNED THE CARTOUCHE AND REYNOLDS GRIGNON ENGRAVED IT. THE MAP ITSELF WAS ENGRAVED BY JEFFERYS OR UNDER HIS CLOSE SUPERVISION. THE ENGRAVING REPRESENTS THE BEST OF THE PERIOD AND FOLLOWED CONVENTIONAL STYLE. THE DATE OF THE FIRST PRINTED VERSION OF THE MAP IS UNCERTAIN. THE DATE 1751 REFERS TO THE MANUSCRIPT MAP. IT WAS ADVERTISED IN THE DECEMBER 1753 ISSUE OF THE JOURNAL-BRITANNIQUE AND VERNER ESTIMATES THE LATE SUMMER OF 1753 AS THE DATE OF PUBLICATION. ONLY TWO COPIES AND ONE PARTIAL COPY ARE KNOWN. THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA AND THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY HAVE COMPLETE ONES AND THE MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY HAS A PARTIAL.

AT THE TIME HE PREPARED THE PLATES, JEFFERYS MUST HAVE ASSUMED THAT MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE WESTERN COUNTRY WOULD BE FORTHCOMING, ELSE HE WOULDN'T HAVE USED FOUR PLATES WHEN TWO WOULD HAVE SUFFICED. BY LATE 1754 HE HAD THE ADDITIONAL DATA AND REVISED THE ENTIRE MAP. THOMAS JEFFERYS MADE THREE SETS OF REVISIONS TO THE PLATES BEFORE THE MAP ACHIEVED ITS FINAL CONDITION AS TO GEOGRAPHICAL CONTENT. THE REMAINING FOUR STATES OF THE ENGLISH EDITION OF THE MAP IDENTIFY BIBLIOGRAPHICAL CHANGES IN WHICH THE IMPRINT WAS ALTERED TO REFLECT THE CHANGING COMPOSITION OF THE FIRMS OWNING THE PLATE. THE MAP APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN SOLD ONLY AS A SEPARATE UNTIL 1768, WHEN JEFFERYS INCLUDED IT IN HIS GENERAL TOPOGRAPHY... IN 1775, SAYER AND BENNETT INCLUDED IT IN THEIR AMERICAN ATLAS... SAYER ACQUIRED SOME OF JEFFERY'S ASSETS IN 1768 WHEN THE LATTER WENT BANKRUPT. FADEN USED IT IN ATLASES IN 1777 AND 1778 AND ITS LAST USE WAS IN THE AMERICAN ATLAS... AND THE NORTH AMERICAN PILOT... PUBLISHED BY LAURIE & WHITTLE IN 1794. LATER FRENCH EDITIONS OF THE MAP WERE PUBLISHED BY GILLES AND DIDIER ROBERT DE VAUGONDY AND BY GEORGE LOUIS LE ROUGE.

THE FRY AND JEFFERSON MAP WAS AN IMMEDIATE SUCCESS. BOTH EVANS AND MITCHELL USED IT AS A SOURCE AND INNUMERABLE CARTOGRAPHERS AND PUBLISHERS COPIED THE MAP WITHOUT ACKNOWLEDGING THEIR SOURCE, AS EVANS HAD DONE. THE MAP DOMINATED THE GEOGRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION OF THE AREA DEPICTED UNTIL THE END OF THE 18TH CENTURY.

DATA IS MOSTLY FROM VERNER'S STUDY IN IMAGO MUNDI XXI.

EDITION & STATE INFO : THE MANUSCRIPTS FROM WHICH THE MAP WAS MADE ARE NOT KNOWN TO HAVE SURVIVED. THERE ARE THREE PRINTED EDITIONS OF THIS MAP. THE ENGLISH EDITION IS IN EIGHT STATES, THE FIRST FOUR OF WHICH HAVE SIGNIFICANT GEOGRAPHICAL CHANGES AND THE REMAINDER INVOLVE BIBLIOGRAPHICAL CHANGES ONLY. THE FIRST FRENCH EDITION IS KNOWN IN FIVE STATES, AND THE SECOND IS IN ONE STATE ONLY.

1ST ED. - (STATE 1) - (1753) - ENTITLED "A MAP OF THE INHABITED PART OF VIRGINIA CONTAINING THE WHOLE PROVINCE OF MARYLAND WITH PART OF PENSILVANIA, NEW JERSEY AND NORTH CAROLINA DRAWN BY JOSHUA FRY & PETER JEFFERSON IN 1751." THE IMPRINT READS "ENGRAV'D AND PUBLISH'D ACCORDING TO ACT OF PARLIAMENT BY THOs. JEFFERYS GEOGRAPHER TO HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES AT THE CORNER OF St. MARTINS LANE, CHARING CROSS, LONDON." IT MEASURES 80 X 124 CM. IN FOUR SHEETS, JOINED. THE SCALE IS 30 MILES = 7.4 CM. OR 1:660,000. LONGITUDE FROM PHILADELPHIA IS AT THE TOP AND FROM CURRATUCK IS AT THE BOTTOM. COPIES ARE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA AND THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY. A PARTIAL COPY IS IN THE MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. SEE MAP # 253F5.

-(STATE 2) - (1754) - THE TITLE IS CHANGED TO "...THE MOST INHABITED..." THE TWO WESTERN PLATES ARE REWORKED, WITH MOST OF THE STATE 1 DATA DELETED AND REPLACED BY NEW MATERIAL, PRINCIPALLY BASED ON CHRISTOPHER GIST'S TRAVELS. THE DALRYMPLE TABLE OF DISTANCES IS ADDED. ROADS ARE ADDED IN THE EASTERN SECTION AS ARE NAMES OF SEVERAL TOWNS. A COPY IS IN THE PAUL MELLON PRIVATE COLLECTION. SEE MAP # 254F5.

- (STATE 3) - (1755) - FIGURES FOR LONGITUDE WEST OF LONDON (65o19' TO 71o19') ARE ADDED. A TWO-LINE NOTE WITH REFERENCE TO LONGITUDE HAS BEEN ADDED BENEATH THE DALRYMPLE TABLE. COPIES ARE IN THE CLEMENTS, JOHN CARTER BROWN, LIBRARY OF CONGRESS AND THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. SEE MAP # 255F5.

- (STATE 4) - (1755) - THE INCORRECT LONGITUDE READINGS ARE CORRECTED BY ADDING TEN DEGREES TO THE READINGS. TWO COPIES ARE IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS AND ONE IS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. SEE MAP # 255F6.

- (STATE 5) - (1768) - THE IMPRINT READS "PRINTED FOR ROBt. SAYER AT No. 53 IN CHARING CROSS, LONDON." IT APPEARED IN JEFFERY'S A GENERAL TOPOGRAPHY OF NORTH AMERICA AND THE WEST INDIES...", LONDON: PRINTED FOR R. SAYER & T. JEFFERYS, 1768. COPIES ARE IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY, AND THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. SEE MAP # 268F5.

- (STATE 6) - (1775) - THE DATE IN THE TITLE IS CHANGED FROM 1751 TO 1775. THE MAP IS CONTAINED IN JEFFERY'S THE AMERICAN ATLAS...", LONDON: PRINTED FOR R. SAYER AND J. BENNETT, IN 1775. COPIES ARE IN THE NEWBERRY AND THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. IT WAS ALSO ISSUED IN THE SAME ATLAS IN 1776. COPIES ARE IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS AND THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. IT WAS REISSUED IN WILLIAM FADEN'S THE NORTH AMERICAN ATLAS...", LONDON: PRINTED FOR WILLIAM FADEN, 1777. COPIES ARE IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY, VERNER'S COLLECTION, AND THE HUNTINGFIELD COLLECTION. FADEN HAD IT IN HIS THE GENERAL ATLAS OF THE FOUR GRAND QUARTERS OF THE WORLD..., 1778 AND IT ALSO APPEARED THAT YEAR IN JEFFERY'S THE AMERICAN ATLAS..., LONDON: R. SAYER AND J. BENNETT, 1778. A COPY IS IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. THIS IS THE MAP DESCRIBED HEREIN.

- (STATE 7) - (1782) - THE IMPRINT IS CHANGED TO "PRINTED FOR ROBt. SAYER AT No. 53 IN FLEET STREET, LONDON." IT APPEARED IN JEFFERY'S THE AMERICAN ATLAS..., LONDON: R. SAYER AND J. BENNETT, 1782. COPIES ARE IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, NEWBERRY AND IN VERNER'S COLLECTION. SEE MAP # 282F5.

- (STATE 8) - (1794) - A SECOND IMPRINT IS ADDED IN AN ARC ABOVE THE CARTOUCHE READING "PUBLISH'D 12th. MAY 1794, BY LAURIE & WHITTLE, No. 53 FLEET STREET, LONDON. THE PLATE SHOWS WEAR. GHOST PRINTS OF THE DELETED WESTERN MATERIAL PROVES THAT THE SAME PLATES WERE USED THROUGHOUT AND REVISED. COPIES OF THE SEPARATE ARE IN THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA AND THE VERNER COLLECTION. A COPY OF THIS STATE IN JEFFERY'S THE AMERICAN ATLAS..., LONDON: LAURIE & WHITTLE, 1794, IS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. SEE MAP # 294F5.

2ND ED. - (STATE 1) - (1755) - ENTITLED "CARTE DE LA VIRGINIE ET DU MARYLAND DRESSEE SUR LA GRANDE CARTE ANGLOISE DE Mr.s. JOSUE FRY ET PIERRE JEFFERSON, PAR LE Sr. ROBERT DE VAUGONDY GEOGRAPHE ORDINAIRE DU ROI. AVEC PRIVILEGE 1755. IT MAY HAVE APPEARED IN ATLAS UNIVERSEL... IN 1756, AND DEFINITELY DID APPEAR IN ROBERT DE VAUGONDY, G & D, ATLAS UNIVERSEL..., A PARIS: CHEZ LE AUTEURS, BOUDET...1757. COPIES ARE IN THE CLEMENTS, NEWBERRY AND IN THE HUNTINGFIELD COLLECTION. SEE MAP # 255R5.

- (STATE 2) - (1780?) - THE WESTERN BOUNDARY OR "BACK LINE" OF THE FAIRFAX GRANT IS DELETED. THE WESTERN BOUNDARY OF PENNSYLVANIA HAS BEEN REMOVED AND THE SOUTHERN BOUNDARY EXTENDED WEST TO THE EDGE OF THE MAP. COPIES ARE IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY (2), PEABODY, AND IN THE HUNTINGFIELD COLLECTION. SEE MAP # 280R3.

- (STATE 3) - (1780?) - THE ENGRAVER'S STATEMENT "GRAVE PAR E. HAUSSARD" HAS BEEN DELETED AND REPLACED BY THE NAME "GROUX". THE DATE RESULTS FROM THIS CHANGE PRESUMABLY BEING DIRECTLY RELATED TO STATE 2. COPIES ARE IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS AND THE HUNTINGFIELD COLLECTION. SEE MAP # 280R4.

- (STATE 4) - (1793?) - THE TITLE IS ALTERED TO DELETE "DU ROI" FROM THE IMPRINT. VERNER HAD EXAMINED ONLY THE SEPARATE FROM JOHN CARTER BROWN. HUNTINGFIELD HAS A COPY WITH "105" ON VERSO, OBVIOUSLY FROM AN ATLAS THAT IS SIMILAR IN ALL OTHER RESPECTS. VERNER TENTATIVELY DATES THIS 1793 BECAUSE OF THE DEATH OF LOUIS XVI IN 1793. SEE MAP # 293R5.

- (STATE 5) - (1794?) - ALL THE TITLE AFTER "GEOGRAPHE" IS DELETED. THIS APPEARS IN ROBERT DE VAUGONDY, G & D, ATLAS UNIVERSEL..., PARIS: CHEZ DELAMARCHE, UNDATED, BUT WITH A MAP DATED 1793 IN IT. COPIES ARE IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY, UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA AND VERNER COLLECTIONS. IT ALSO IS IN THIS SAME ATLAS, WITH A MAP DATED 1799. COPIES ARE IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS AND IN THE HUNTINGFIELD COLLECTION. SEE MAP # 294R5.

3RD ED. - (1777) - THE MAP IS ENTITLED "VIRGINIE, MARYLAND EN 2 FEUILLES PAR FRY ET JEFFERSON TRADUIT, CORRIGE, AUGMENTE A PARIS CHEZ LE ROUGE JNG. D GEOGRAHE DU ROI RUE DES GRANDS AUGUSTINES 1777. AVEC PRIVILEGE DU ROI." THERE IS AN INSET 43.7 X 15.9 CM. ALONG THE LOWER RIGHT SIDE CONTAINING THE WESTERN PORTION OF THE MAP. THE MAP CUT AND JOINED IS 66.6 X 98.5 CM. IT APPEARED IN LE ROUGE, G.L., ATLAS AMERIQUAIN SEPTENTRIONAL..., PARIS: CHEZ LE ROUGE, 1778. A COPY IS IN THE HUNTINGFIELD COLLECTION. SEE MAP # 277L5.

MOST OF THIS DATA IS DIRECTLY FROM VERNER'S STUDY IN IMAGO MUNDI XXI. HE STATES THAT THIS CHECKLIST SUPERSEDES THE ONE IN THE FRY & JEFFERSON MAP OF VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND..., PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1950 AND THE SECOND EDITION PUBLISHED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA PRESS. HOWEVER, DIRECT REFERENCE WAS ALSO MADE TO THE SEVEN STATES IN THE HUNTINGFIELD COLLECTION.

HFC OWNERSHIP DATA : THE HUNTINGFIELD COLLECTION HAS SEVEN STATES OF THE FRY & JEFFERSON MAP AS FOLLOWS:

1ST ED. - (STATE 6) - (1775) - ON HEAVY PAPER WITH VILLEDARY "IV" COUNTERMARK. "21" AND "22" ARE IN BLOCK PRINT ON TWO OF THE SHEETS. THE TOP TWO AND BOTTOM TWO SHEETS ARE JOINED TO MAKE TWO LONG SHEETS. THE MAP IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. THE ACQ. # IS BB023-TFI AND THE MDHR # IS MSA SC1399-61.

2ND ED. - (STATE 1) - (1755) - AN EXCELLENT COPY ON HEAVY PAPER IN OUTLINE COLORING. THE ACQ. # IS BB023-HND AND THE MDHR # IS MSA SC1399-238.

- (STATE 2) - (1780?) - AN EXCELLENT COPY ON HEAVY PAPER IN OUTLINE COLORING. "105" IS PRINTED ON VERSO. THE ACQ. # IS SW015-NEF AND THE MDHR # IS MSA SC1399-562.

- (STATE 3) - (1780?) - A GOOD COPY ON HEAVY PAPER IN OUTLINE COLORING WITH SOME PRINT THROUGH. "105" IS PRINTED ON VERSO. THE ACQ. # IS SW015-NEF AND THE MDHR # IS MSA SC1399-561.

- (STATE 4) - (1793?) - A GOOD COPY ON HEAVY PAPER IN OUTLINE COLORING. IT HAS SOME DARK SPOTS. "105" IS PRINTED ON VERSO. THE ACQ. # IS SW015-TFI AND THE MDHR # IS MSA SC1399-564.

- (STATE 5) - (1794?) - A GOOD COPY IN OUTLINE COLOR EXCEPT FOR MARYLAND AND NEW JERSEY, WHICH ARE IN SOLID YELLOW AND DELAWARE, WHICH IS IN PINK. "110" IS ON VERSO. THE ACQ. # IS SW015-TFI AND THE MDHR # IS MSA SC1399-553.

3RD ED. - (1777) - AN EXCELLENT COPY WITH BOTH SHEETS JOINED IN OUTLINE COLORING ON HEAVY PAPER WITH FULL MARGINS, FRAMED BEHIND PROTECTIVE PLASTIC. THE ACQ. # IS N026-GGD AND THE MDHR # IS MSA SC1399-210.

BIBLIGRAPHICAL REFS. : VERNER, COOLIE, "THE FRY AND JEFFERSON MAP",INIMAGO MUNDI XXI, LONDON: IMAGO MUNDI LTD, 1967, 70- 94; CUMMING, WILLIAM P., THE SOUTHEAST IN EARLY MAPS, CHAPEL HILL: UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESS, 1962, 219-21; FADEN & JEFFERYS, A CATALOGUE OF MODERN & CORRECT MAPS, PLANS & CHARTS, CHIEFLY ENGRAVED BY THE LATE T. JEFFERYS, LONDON: 1774; FITE, EMERSON D. & ARCHIBALD FREEMAN, A BOOK OF OLD MAPS DELINEATING AMERICAN HISTORY..., CAMBRIDGE: HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1926, # 61, 242-5; GARRISON, H. S., "CARTOGRAPHY OF PENNSYLVANIA BEFORE 1800, IN PENNSYLVANIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY & BIOGRAPHY, LIX (1935), 274-5; HARRISON, F., WILLIAM & MARY QUARTERLY, V. 4, 6/1924, 1-15; LEWIS, T., THE FAIRFAX LINE, THOS. LEWIS' JOURNAL OF 1746, NEWMARKET: 1925; MALONE, D. "JEFFERSON THE VIRGINIAN", IN VOL 1 OF JEFFERSON AND HIS TIME, BOSTON: 1948.; MALONE, D., THE FRY & JEFFERSON MAP OF VIRGINIA & MARYLAND, PRINCETON: 1950 (WITH VERNER'S CHECKLIST), 13-19; MATHEWS, EDWARD B., "BIBLIOGRAPHY AND CARTOGRAPHY OF MARYLAND", IN MARYLAND GEOLOGICAL SURVEY VOL. I, PART IV, BALTIMORE: JOHNS HOPKINS PRESS, 1897, 347, 351, 352; NORONA, D. ed., "JOSHUA FRY'S REPORT ON THE BACK SETTLEMENTS OF VIRGINIA (MAY 8, 1751)", IN THE VIRGINIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY, LVI, (JAN., 1948), 22-41; PHILLIPS, PHILIP LEE, A LIST OF MAPS OF AMERICA IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, NEW YORK: BURT FRANKLIN, UNDATED REPRINT OF A 1901 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS PUBLICATION, 392-394; PHILLIPS, PHILIP LEE, "SOME EARLY MAPS OF VIRGINIA AND THE MAKERS...", IN VIRGINIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY, V. 15, 7/07; PHILLIPS, PHILIP LEE. "VIRGINIA CARTOGRAPHY, A BIOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION", IN SMITHSONIAN MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION, V. 37, WASHINGTON: 1896, # 1039, 48; SLAUGHTER, P., "MEMOIR OF COL. JOSHUA FRY", IN ESSAYS HONORING L.C. WROTH, PORTLAND MAINE: 1951, 301-302; SWEM, EARL G.,"MAPS RELATING TO VIRGINIA IN THE VIRGINIA STATE LIBRARY", RICHMOND: 1914, ISSUED AS V.7, #2 & 3, APRIL-JULY 1914 OF THE BULLETIN OF THE VIRGINIA STATE LIBRARY, 61, 65, 70, 175, 189, 234-7; THE FRY & JEFFERSON MAP OF VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND, CHARLOTTESVILLE: UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA PRESS, 1966; VERNER, COOLIE, [UNPUBLISHED] NOTES ON THE MAPS OF VIRGINIA, # 623, 630, 644, 699, 723, 739, 742, 759, 793, AND 904; PHILLIPS, PHILIP LEE, A LIST OF GEOGRAPHICAL ATLASES IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, AMSTERDAM: THEATRVM ORBIS TERRARVMM, LTD, A 1971 REPRINT OF A 1909 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS PUBLICATION, # 1165, 1166, 1169, 1196, 1207, 1208, AND 3659a.

March 8, 1994


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