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    [Map]. Carte de La Pensilvanie, Echelle de 25 Lieues communes de France faisans 69 Milles Anglois. 9.25" x 13", a folding map that appeared in the 1756 French translation of William Smith's A Brief View of the Conduct of Pennsylvania, for the Year 1755. The map was not included in the original English version and was added by translator, the Abbe J.I. de La Ville. The map provides details of areas of Pennsylvania, New York, Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey, Delaware (named "Pensilvanie Inferieure"), and Canada.

    Condition: Flattened folds, uneven edges, with some paper loss at edges where map was removed from larger volume. Light toning and foxing throughout.

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    October, 2018
    25th Thursday
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