A new map or chart of the western or Atlantic ocean with part of Europe, Africa and America: showing the course of the galleons to and from the West Indies by E. Bowen

A new map or chart of the western or Atlantic ocean with part of Europe, Africa and America: showing the course of the galleons to...

E. Bowen

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John Harrison and the Longitude
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A new map or chart of the western or Atlantic ocean with part of Europe, Africa and America: showing the course of the galleons to and from the West Indies by E. Bowen zoom

A new map or chart of the western or Atlantic ocean with part of Europe, Africa and America: showing the course of the galleons to and from the West Indies

Scale: [circa 1:17,000,000]. Graduated for latitude and longitude with the prime meridian through London.Contains rhumb lines. A large cartouche contains a double portrait of Robert Blake and Edward Vernon set against depictions of their naval actions and surrounded by flags and instruments of war, Dotted lines indicate the tracks of ships between Spain and Cartagena and Havana. Their return route is intersected by the track taken by ships from England to the West Indies, The landmass of Africa is occupied by advertisements for Moore's 'Travels to the inland parts of Africa'.
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  • Image reference: F0384

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