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261. A chart of the banks and harbours of Newfoundland A chart of the banks and harbours of Newfoundland Nautical charts--Newfoundland and Labrador--18th century; Harbors--Newfoundland and Labrador--Maps--Early works to 1800; Banks (Oceanography)--North Atlantic Ocean--Maps--Early works to 1800 Scale [ca. 1:2 050 000] (W 48°--W 61°/N 50°--N 42°). Compass rose with rhumb lines. Depths shown by soundings. Bar scale in English and French leagues. CNS-M0005

262. A chart of part of the south coast of Newfoundland including the islands of Langley, St. Peters and Miquelon A chart of part of the south coast of Newfoundland including the islands of Langley, St. Peters and Miquelon with the southern entrance into the Gulph of St. Laurence South Coast (N.L.)--Maps--Early works to 1800; Saint Pierre and Miquelon--Maps--Early works to 1800 Scale [ca. 1:190 000] (W 59°30'--W 55°00'/N 48°00'--N 46°30'). Covers from Cape Anguille to Recontre Islands in Fortune Bay. Relief shown pictorially and by hachures. Depths shown by soundings. Bar scale in English and French leagues. Two compass roses with variation and rhumb lines. List of symbols used to indicate anchorages, rocks above water, rocks under water, general direction of the water current, and states that numbers denote depths in fathoms. Includes two coastal views: High land of Cape Ray -- A view of C. Chapeaurouge or the Mountain of the Hat taken at the point A in the chart. Insets, with various scales: Port aux Basques -- St. Peters Island -- Great Jervis Harbour -- Harbour Briton -- Harbour of St. Laurence. CNS-M0077

263. A chart of part of the country of Labrador: taken by order of Commodore Shuldham in a tour up the coast A chart of part of the country of Labrador: taken by order of Commodore Shuldham in a tour up the coast in the year 1773 Labrador (N.L.)--Maps--Early works to 1800 Decorative title cartouche. Two compass roses. Relief shown by hachures. "NB. the pricked line denotes Mr. Curtis' track up the Coast, but the same passage must not be attempted by a Ship of burden" (title cartouche). -- The article from which this map was taken has been digitized as record number CNS-A0002 in the Centre for Newfoundland Studies - Articles collection. CNS-M0129

264. A chart of part of the coast of Newfoundland from Cape Spear to Cape Bonavista A chart of part of the coast of Newfoundland from Cape Spear to Cape Bonavista Trinity Bay (N.L.)--Maps--Early works to 1800; Conception Bay (N.L.)--Maps--Early works to 1800; Atlantic Coast (N.L.)--Maps--Early works to 1800 Scale [ca. 1:225 000] (W 54°00'--W 52°30'/N 48°52'--N 47°24'). Depths shown by soundings. "Surveyed by order of Commodore Shuldham and Admiral Duff, Governors of the Island of Newfoundland, Labradore, &c. in the years 1774 and 1775 by Michl. Lane" (title). CNS-M0120

265. A Chart of part of the Coast of Labradore, from the Straights of Belle Isle, to Cape Bluff A Chart of part of the Coast of Labradore, from the Straights of Belle Isle, to Cape Bluff Labrador (N.L.)--Maps--Early works to 1800; Atlantic Coast (N.L.)--Maps--Early works to 1800 Scale [ca 1:220 000] (W 56°00'--W 55°30'/N 53°00'--N 51°52'). Compass rose with rhumb lines. Depths shown by soundings. Bar scale in English and French leagues. Includes legend of rocks, banks and sands. "Surveyed by Joseph Gilbert in 1767" (title). Includes insets: Petty Harbour -- The three harbours of Sophia, Charlotte and Mecklenburg. CNS-M0139

266. A Chart of Part of the Coast of Labrador, from Cape Charles to Sandwich Bay A Chart of Part of the Coast of Labrador, from Cape Charles to Sandwich Bay Labrador (N.L.)--Maps--Early works to 1800; Atlantic Coast (N.L.)--Maps--Early works to 1800 Scale [ca. 1:225 000] (W 60°30’--W 54°55’/N 54°05'/N 52°16’). Prime meridian London. Depths shown by soundings. Two north arrows with variation note and rhumb lines. Includes inset: [Mecklenburg Harbour, Port Charlotte, and Sophia Harbour]. "Survey'd by order of the Honble. Commodore Byron governor of Newfoundland, Labrador &c: in the years 1770 and 1771 by Michael Lane, surveyor; engrav'd by Wm. Faden" (title). CNS-M0113

267. [Newfoundland or Terra Nova] [Newfoundland or Terra Nova] Newfoundland and Labrador--Maps--Early works to 1800 Scale ca. [1:3 500 000] (W 62°--W 52°/N 53°--N 44°). Date of original: ca. 1677. Compass rose. CNS-M0033

268. [Map showing New France, New England, New Scotlande and New Found Lande] [Map showing New France, New England, New Scotlande and New Found Lande] New France--Maps; New England--Maps--Early works to 1800; Atlantic Provinces--Maps--Early works to 1800 Scale [ca. 1:6 336 000] (W 74°--W 52°/N 52°--N 40°). Compass rose. Relief shown pictorially. Bar scale in English leagues. Pen and ink notes added in several places. CNS-M0091

269. [Map showing New France, New England, New Scotlande and New Found Lande] [Map showing New France, New England, New Scotlande and New Found Lande] New France--Maps; New England--Maps--Early works to 1800; Atlantic Provinces--Maps--Early works to 1800 Scale [ca. 1:6 336 000] (W 74°--W 52°/N 52°--N 40°). Compass rose. Relief shown pictorially. Bar scale in English leagues. CNS-M0004

270. [Map of the Atlantic between 15° south and 65° north] [Map of the Atlantic between 15° south and 65° north] Atlantic Ocean Region--Maps--Early works to 1800 Scale [ca. 1 : 37 045 000]. Covers area from central North America and northern South America to Western Europe and Africa. Compass rose with rhumb lines. Relief shown by pictorially. Bar scale. Includes note in decorative cartouche. -- One of the first printed maps to use the place name "Canada"; other important nomenclature in Canada includes New France ("Nueva Franza") and Montreal ("Othelay"). There is a large lake shown just south of the Saint Lawrence River which does not appear on either Camocio's map or that of his source. CNS-M0255

271. [Map of St. John's, Nfld., showing extent of fire of 1846] [Map of St. John's, Nfld., showing extent of fire of 1846] St. John's (N.L.)--Fire, 1846--Maps Scale [ca 1:2 400]. Colour. North arrow. Bar scale in feet. Damage from the St. John's Great Fire of 1846 is shown in red. The map also names some streets and structures. CNS-M0121

272. [Map of Placentia, Newfoundland] [Map of Placentia, Newfoundland] Placentia (N.L.)--Maps--Early works to 1800 Scale [ca 1:28 000]. Date of original ca.1677. Compass rose. Includes notes and legend. Includes bar scale of half a league. CNS-M0107

273. [Map of New France, Gulf of St. Laurence, New Scotland, Accadia and New found land] [Map of New France, Gulf of St. Laurence, New Scotland, Accadia and New found land] Atlantic Provinces--Maps--Early works to 1800; Saint Lawrence, Gulf of--Maps--Early works to 1800; Banks (Oceanography)--North Atlantic Ocean--Maps--Early works to 1800; New France--Maps; Newfoundland and Labrador--Maps--Early works to 1800 Scale [ca 1:1 000 000]. Date of original: ca. 1677. Compass rose. Depths shown by soundings. Bar scale in English leagues. CNS-M0003

274. [Map of Avalon Peninsula] [Map of Avalon Peninsula] Avalon Peninsula (N.L.)--Maps--Early works to 1800 Scale [ca 1:82 000]. Date of original ca. 1677. Compass rose with variation. Bar scale in English leagues. Shows the Avalon Peninsula, with Trinity Bay, the Bay of Consumtion [Conception Bay], and Placentia Bay. CNS-M0002

275. [La nvova Francia] [La nvova Francia] New France--Maps; Atlantic Provinces--Maps--Early works to 1800; Newfoundland and Labrador--Maps--Early works to 1800 Scale indeterminable (W 65°--W 50°/N 53°--N 45°). Hand coloured. Woodcut. Relief shown pictorially. Includes armorial shield, upper right. Illustrations throughout the map show people hunting, fishing and dancing. CNS-M0092

276. [La nvova Francia] [La nvova Francia] New France--Maps; Atlantic Provinces--Maps--Early works to 1800; Newfoundland and Labrador--Maps--Early works to 1800 Scale indeterminable (W 65°--W 50°/N 53°--N 45°). Woodcut. Relief shown pictorially. Includes armorial shield, upper right. Illustrations throughout the map show people hunting, fishing and dancing. CNS-M0001

277. [Fort de Plaisance et environs] [Fort de Plaisance et environs] Placentia Bay (N.L.)--Maps--Early works to 1800 Scale [ca 1:70 000] (W 53°58'/N 47°15'). North arrow. Relief shown pictorially. Includes legend. Bar scale in "petit Lieue." CNS-M0191

278. [Fort de Plaisance et environs] [Fort de Plaisance et environs] Placentia Bay (N.L.)--Maps--Early works to 1800 Scale [ca 1:10 000] (W 53°58’/N 47°15’). Date of situation: 1704. North arrow. Relief shown pictorially. Includes legend. Bar scale in "petit Lieue." CNS-M0097

279. [Chart of the coast of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Island of Saint John and Magdalen Islands] [Chart of the coast of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Island of Saint John and Magdalen Islands] Maritime Provinces--Maps--Early works to 1800; Nautical charts--Maritime Provinces--Early works to 1800 Scale [ca 1:540 000] (W 66°--W 58°/N 48°--N 45°). Prime meridian Greenwich. Rhumb lines. Depths shown by soundings. Scale of nautical leagues. Includes panoramas of three headlands. Table of latitudes and longitudes of landmarks. Note on water depths and tide levels for the Island of Saint John (now Prince Edward Island). CNS-M0101

280. [Baie au Mauves] [Baie au Mauves] Noddy Bay (N.L.)--Maps--Early works to 1800 Scale [ca. 1:6 181] (W 55°30'--W 55°27'/N 51°36'--N 51°34'). Date of original map ca.1770. Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings. Compass rose. Scale of one mile. Includes index of places. CNS-M0115
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