Amherst, Jeffery Amherst, Baron, 1717-1797
Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies
[producer not identified]
Scale approximately 1:9,700
British Library Collection
Louisbourg (N.S.)--Maps, Manuscript--Early works to 1800,Louisbourg (N.S.)--History--Siege, 1758--Maps, Manuscript--Early works to 1800
North and Central America (continent), United States (country), Iowa (state)
1 map on 3 sheets : joined, manuscript pen and ink with watercolour over pencil, accompanied by 3 additional small sheets, ; 58 x 114 cm
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Date attributed on stylistic grounds and from the depiction of extensive defences at "Anse de la Cormorandière" (lacking at the Siege of Louisbourg in 1745) and the mention of Sr. (?) "Julien" and Sr. (?) Joubert (amongst other names) in the text. However, previous British Library cataloguing attributes a date of 1745.,Title from separate sheet (accompanying main map).,Relief is shown by shading.,Sounding depths are given.,Shows position of fortifications.,Includes a lettered key at lower left explaining (with text in French) the movements of the French troops and a numbered key identifying the movements of the English infantry.,Includes a table at lower left listing artillery in the different bays depicted on the map.,Accompanied by 3 separate sheets; a sketch of the region, a title, a short passage of text (in French) describing the distribution of personnel in the region.,Copy at Add Ms 57,702.7. Bound in R.U.S.I. Vol LXVII. Map comprises 3 sheets, joined. Shows manuscript addition of "7" in pencil at upper right. Shows red stamp of R.U.S.I. at lower right. Evidence of old folds. Green circular label to verso showing "1". White label to verso showing "DRAWER 28 SECTION 1". Blue label to verso shows "A 28/1". "28/1" repeated to verso in pencil. 3 accompanying sheets have manuscript additions of "7*", "7**" and "7***" in pencil respectively. Two (of the 3) accompanying sheets bear the red stamp of the R.U.S.I., the third accompanying sheet has the manuscript addition of "C 47".