Montrésor, John, 1736-1799
George, III, King of Great Britain, 1738-1820
George, IV, King of Great Britain, 1762-1830
Scale approximately 1:1,200
British Library Collection
Fortification--New York (State)--Brewerton--Maps, Manuscript--Early works to 1800,Military art and science--New York (State)--Brewerton--Maps, Manuscript--Early works to 1800,Brewerton (N.Y.)--Maps, Manuscript--Early works to 1800,United States--Hist
North and Central America (continent), United States (country), Iowa (state)
1 map : manuscript pen and ink with watercolour ; 30 x 38 cm
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Previous British Library cataloguing has attributed a date of about 1756. However, the fort was constructed in 1759 - http://www.fortbrewerton.org/history.htm.,Relief is shown by shading.,With a "Scale 100 feet to an Inch" at lower right.,With a "Profil throu A, B," at a "Scale 10 feet to an Inch" (1:120).,This manuscript map could be the source for a printed map of Fort Brewerton which appeared in "A SET of PLANS and FORTS IN AMERICA, Reduced from Actual Surveys", first published by Mary Ann Rocque in 1763. A copy of the second edition of the work (1765) may be found in the King's Topographical Collection (118.a.22.). Two letters from Mary Ann Rocque to Lord Bute, who advised George III's early collecting, are known to exist in the Mount Stuart archives (Peter Barber - Head of Cartographic and Topographic Materials at the British Library).,Titled "A drawn Sketch of Brewerton, at the West end of Onide Lake" in the Catalogue of Maps, Prints, Drawings, etc., forming the geographical and topographical collection attached to the Library of his late Majesty King George the third, etc., London, 1829.,Titled 'A tinted "sketch of Fort Brewerton, at the west end of Onide Lake;" drawn about 1756, on a scale of 100 feet to an inch; with profils on a scale of 20 feet to an inch: 1 f. 3 in. x 1 f." in the Catalogue of the manuscript maps, charts, and plans, and of the topographical drawings in the British Museum.