; which also included a layout of the plan of battle. The image here is from Jeffrey's A General Topography ... PLAN OF THE INDIAN COUNTRY THROUGH WHICH THE TROOPS MARCHD IN 1764 UNDER THE COMMAND OF COL. It shows the eastern United States and southern Canada from Newfoundland to Florida and beyond the Mississippi. LOUISIANA, AS FORMERLY CLAIMED BY FRANCE, NOW CONTAINING PART OF BRITISH AMERICA TO THE EAST & SPANISH AMERICA TO THE WEST OF THE MISSISSIPPI. It covers the area from Lake Michigan to the Gulf and Chesapeake Bay to beyond the Mississippi.Pennsylvania extends north to 43 degrees with an irregular western boundary the mirror image of the eastern. Seller & van Ee #724 (Eastern Pennsylvania) An untitled manuscript map of uncertain date believed to be a preliminary draft for William Scull's 1770 map, as it seems to date after Nicholas Scull's 1759 map. Bowen Engraver Charter House Lane." Dated circa 1765 in Simonetti #349.
Rocque also made a large two sheet map of North America which can be seen at Darlington Library dated 1763. The map shows the eastern United States with a cutoff Florida and southern Canada, like others from this era. Projected upon the best authorities and astronomical observations. The original is in the Clements Library, Guthorn (1972) #65-7. This map of the northeast from Maine to Maryland was published in A New Geographical and Historical Grammar ...
A NEW & ACCURATE MAP OF NORTH AMERICA, INCLUDING THE BRITISH ACQUISITIONS GAIN'D BY THE LATE WAR, 1763, from John Entick's The General History of the Late War, vol. Pennsylvania extends to the 43rd parallel and its western boundary matches the eastern. by Thomas Salmon, Edinburgh: James Meuros, 1767 (Mc Corkle #767.2). (Eastern North America) This untitled French map of small scale showing eastern North America appeared in Geographie Moderne by Jean Baptiste Louis Clouet, published in Paris, 1767.
There is a large manuscript version of this map in the Clements Library prepared by Bernard Ratzer from Hutchins, Guthorn (1972) #65-9.
PLAN OF THE BATTLE NEAR BUSHY-RUN gained by His Majesty's troops, commanded by Colonel Henry Bouquet over the Delaware, Shawanese, Mingoes, Wyandots, Mohikons, Miamies & Ottawas, on the 5th and 6th: of August, 1763. The original referred to is the map above, 1765.1, and this is a manuscript map of about half of the bottom map.
A MAP OF THE COUNTRY ON THE OHIO AND MUSKINGUM RIVERS, SHEWING THE SITUATION OF THE INDIAN TOWNS WITH RESPECT TO THE ARMY UNDER THE COMMAND OF COLONEL BOUQUET, by Thos. This map was published in An Historical Account of the Expedition Against the Ohio Indians....
There are two maps on one page, the second is titled: A TOPOGRAPHICAL PLAN OF THAT PART OF THE INDIAN COUNTRY THROUGH WHICH THE ARMY UNDER THE COMMAND OF COLONEL BOUQUET MARCHED IN THE YEAR 1764.From an actual survey by Thos: Hutchins Assistant Engineer. It is illustrated in Brown #39, and the original is in the William Clements Library. This map by John Ridge appeared in The Modern Gazetteer by Richard Brooks published in Dublin 1765 (Mc Corkle #765.2).This topographical map also appeared in Smith's Historical Account... A MAP OF THE BRITISH DOMINIONS IN NORTH AMERICA AS SETTLED BY THE LATE TREATY OF PEACE 1763. It is similar to the 1758 map by Ridge (1758.7) but with the title changed and other modifications reflecting the terms of the Paris treaty ending the French & Indian War. This map also appeared in Dublin editions of Charlevoix's Voyages..., 1766. This map is from the London Magazine of June, 1765.Philadelphia and Fort Duquesne are named, along with Logstown and Venango. A MAP OF THE COUNTRY FROM THE WESTERN LAKES TO THE EAFTERN PARTS OF THE CENTER COLONIES OF NORTH AMERICA.This map is illustrated in Swift (2001) and shows the northeast from Lake Michigan to the coast.There were two original manuscript maps of the survey which, for some reason, were left in the private possession of Benjamin Chew who was appointed commissioner by the Penns and later became attorney general and chief justice.