Item #M6553 The Geography of the Great Solar Eclipse of July 14, MDCCXLVIII exhibiting an accurate Map of all parts of the Earth in which it will be Visible with the North Pole according to the latest Discoveries. Thomas Jefferys, G. Smith.

The Geography of the Great Solar Eclipse of July 14, MDCCXLVIII exhibiting an accurate Map of all parts of the Earth in which it will be Visible with the North Pole according to the latest Discoveries.

London: E. Cape, 1748. Notes: Although Nouvelle France had not yet been ceded to the British, English names abound in North America, including "Cape Breton", "New Britain", and "New South Wales". The map is surrounded by predicted shapes the eclipsed sun would take. Published in 'A dissertation on the general properties of eclipses; and particularly the ensuing eclipse of 1748, considered thro' all its periods', by George Smith., Size : 303x437 (mm), 11.93x17.20 (Inches), Coloring: Hand Colored in Outline, Category: Maps Celestial; Maps Polar Arctic Regions;. Good; a tear from the right margin entered the plate and has been professionally repaired. Laid down on acid free paper for long-term preservation. Item #M6553

Notes: Although Nouvelle France had not yet been ceded to the British, English names abound in North America, including "Cape Breton", "New Britain", and "New South Wales". The map is surrounded by predicted shapes the eclipsed sun would take. Published in 'A dissertation on the general properties of eclipses; and particularly the ensuing eclipse of 1748, considered thro' all its periods', by George Smith., Size : 303x437 (mm), 11.93x17.20 (Inches), Coloring: Hand Colored in Outline, Category: Maps Celestial; Maps Polar Arctic Regions;.

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