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A plan of the city of New-York & its environs to Greenwich, on the north or Hudsons River, and to Crown Point, on the east or Sound River, shewing the several streets, publick buildings, docks, fort & battery, with the true form & course of the commanding grounds, with and without the town.

A plan of the city of New-York & its environs to Greenwich, on the north or Hudsons River, and to Crown Point, on the east or Sound River, shewing the several streets, publick buildings, docks, fort & battery, with the true form & course of the commanding grounds, with and without the town.

 
 
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Scale ca. 1:6,300.
Relief shown by hachures.
Dedicated to Major Gen. Thos. Gage.
Described in I. N. P. Stokes' Iconography of Manhattan Island.
Includes descriptive note, "References," and inset of "A chart of the entrance to New York from Sandy Hook, shewing the properest channel for sailing, with ye banks and depths of water," ca. 1:128,000.
LC Maps of North America, 1750-1789, 1104
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
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01/01/1766
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Montrésor, John, 1736-1799.
Andrews, Peter, active 1765-1782.
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