Product images of Plan of the Island of St Vincent laid down by actual survey, 1776
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Plan of the Island of St Vincent laid down by actual survey, 1776
Plan made under the direction of the Honorable Commissioners for the Sale of Lands in the Ceded Islands by John Byres Chief Surveyor 1776. Two sheets. Hand coloured engraving, segmented and backed. Scale: 1:33000 (bar). Cartographic note: Graduated map, meridians of London and Ferro. Scale in British statute miles and chains. Additional places - Caribbean, Lesser Antilles. Contents note: The area coloured yellow in the north is 'land granted to the Charibs by the late Treaty in 1773'. The plantations taken over from the French followed natural boundaries and so differ from the rectangular plots imposed on other ceded islands. The map is dedicated to Sir William Young, late Governor of Dominica.
- Image reference: K0920
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London