A map of a part of Yucatan or of that part of the eastern shore within the Bay of Honduras alloted [sic] to Great Britain for the cutting of logwood, in consequence of the convention signed with Spain on the 14th July 1786. By a Bay Man. by William Faden

A map of a part of Yucatan or of that part of the eastern shore within the Bay of Honduras alloted [sic] to Great Britain...

William Faden

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A map of a part of Yucatan or of that part of the eastern shore within the Bay of Honduras alloted [sic] to Great Britain for the cutting of logwood, in consequence of the convention signed with Spain on the 14th July 1786. By a Bay Man. by William Faden zoom

A map of a part of Yucatan or of that part of the eastern shore within the Bay of Honduras alloted [sic] to Great Britain for the cutting of logwood, in consequence of the convention signed with Spain on the 14th July 1786. By a Bay Man.

Single sheet. Hand coloured engraving. Medium: segmented and backed. Scale: 1:400 000 (bar). Cartographic Note: North at 180 degrees. Scales in geographical or nautical miles and in Spanish leagues. Additional Places: Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean. Contents Note: Extracts from the treaties of 1763 and 1786 between Britain and Spain are printed in the left margin.

From the mid-seventeenth century poor Britons (including the buccaneer and explorer William Dampier) settled Yucatan to cut logwood, from which dye was extracted. Spain claimed sovereignty over the whole region and, despite the Treaties of 1763 and 1786, was hostile to their presence.
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Original size: 535 mm x 930 mm

  • Image reference: K0919

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