1662 Map Bermuda Mappa æstivarum insularum alias Bermudas dictarum, ad ostia Mexicani æstuary iacentium in latitudine graduum 32 minutorum 25 ab Anglia, londino scilicet versus libonotum 3300 miliaribus anglicanis, et a Roanoack (qui locus est in Virgini - New York Map Company
1662 Map Bermuda Mappa æstivarum insularum alias Bermudas dictarum, ad ostia Mexicani æstuary iacentium in latitudine graduum 32 minutorum 25 ab Anglia, londino scilicet versus libonotum 3300 miliaribus anglicanis, et a Roanoack (qui locus est in Virgini - New York Map Company

1662 Map Bermuda Mappa æstivarum insularum alias Bermudas dictarum, ad ostia Mexicani æstuary iacentium in latitudine graduum 32 minutorum 25 ab Anglia, londino scilicet versus libonotum 3300 miliaribus anglicanis, et a Roanoack (qui locus est in Virgini

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1662 Map Bermuda Mappa æstivarum insularum alias Bermudas dictarum, ad ostia Mexicani æstuary iacentium in latitudine graduum 32 minutorum 25 ab Anglia, londino scilicet versus libonotum 3300 miliaribus anglicanis, et a Roanoack (qui locus est in Virginia) versus Euronotum 500 mil. accurate descr. = A mapp of the Sommer Ilands once called the Bermudas lying at the mouth of the bay of Mexico in the lattitude of 32 degr. 25 mi. distant from England viz. from London towards the west south-west 3300 miles and from Roanoack in Virginia toward the est south east 500 miles exactlie surveyed Mapp of the Sommer Ilands once called the Bermudas lying at the mouth of the bay of Mexico in the lattitude of 32 degr. 25 mi. distant from England viz. from London towards the west south-west 3300 miles and from Roanoack in Virginia toward the est south east 500 miles exactlie surveyed Shows land shareholders. Oriented with north to the upper right. Text on verso titled The description of the Sommer Ilands, once called the Bermudas; p. 41-42; printer's signature X. Includes ill. of ships. Includes parts of Virginia, Mexico, and England at relative directional positions. In the author's A prospect of the most famous parts of the world (London, 1662).