Harrisburg: Clarence H. Busch, State Printer, 1894. First Edition. Hardcover. These colored maps are clean, folded as issued, and inserted into the original red morocco clamshell box, gilt-decorated spine, ribbon ties intact. 8.5" x 5.5" Fine. Item #039581
Some of the maps in this set are quite large, and are often sold individually. A prior owner put small, neat numbers on the outer corner of each map, and added a two-page, typewritten list of the maps keyed to those numbers. Present are: 1. Nicholas Scull's 1759 map of Pennsylvania for Thomas Penn & Richard Penn. 2. Map of Pennsylvania, drawn chiefly from a Scull map, 1770, French notations. 3. Map of the Improved Part of the Province, the Countyes of Chester, Philadelphia and Bucks. 4. Map of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and Delaware, 1749, by Lewis Evans. 5. Regni Mexicani, Novae Hispaniae, showing Carolina, Virginia and Pennsylvania, by A. Baptista Homanno. 6. Map of the Frontiers of the Northern Colonies and the Indians, 1768, by S. Will Johnson. 7. Map of the Middle British Colonies, 1755, by Lewis Evans. 8. W. Scull map of the Province of Pennsylvania, April 4, 1770. 9. Map of the British Colonies, 1765. 10. Reading Howell map for the Legislature and Governor of Pennsylvania. 11. Map of the Provinces of New-York and New Jersey, with a part of Pennsylvania, 1777, by Matthews Albert Lotter. 12. Township map of Chester County, c.1785. 13. London Land Co. survey, 5000 acres, c. 1709. by Thomas Fairman. 14. Survey of Mt. Pleasant, 404 acres, c. 1785. 15. Thomas Fairman survey for London Land Co. 16. Fairman survey for Proprietary Mans of Gilberts. 17. Survey for Bazil Brown, Manallin Township, c. 1779. 18. Survey for John Estaugh & Co.'s 6871 acres on Conostogo and Mill Creek, Chester County, 1716, by Isaac Taylor. 19. Sm. Trent & Isaac Norris, 5000 acres laid out to the London Land Co. 20. Survey of 7500 acres on the Delaware River, Bucks County, c. 1699. 21. Survey, New Munster, c. 1763. 22. Survey, London Land Co., c. 1699, "an island in the river Delaware." 23. Survey, 313 acres called Coxburg, c. 1780. 24. Survey for John Lukens, 1398 acres, 1789, land on Conestoga Creek. 25. Survey, 1784, for east side of Monongahela River between Great Redstone and Dunlaap's Creek. 26. Map showing Donation Lands by J. Sutton Wall, undated. 27. Survey, London Co., containing 16,500 acres in New Castle County, 1736. 28. Die Gros-Brittanische Colonie-Laender in Nord-America: New Engelland, New York, New Yersey and Pensilvania, undated.