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MONTREAL A PARTICULAR MAP TO ILLUSTRATE GEN AMHERSTS EXPEDITION TO MONTREAL

Code: M2125

Cartographer: John

Date: 1760London

Size: 18.5*23.5cms

This map illustrates the expedition led by General Lord Jeffrey Amherst against the French at Montreal in 1760, which led to the surrender of the city in September of that year. It shows the region along and south of the St. Lawrence River extending from Quebec to the Thousand Islands, and then around Lake Ontario and to the Niagara River. Forts, Indian tribes, rivers, portages, and other such information is clearly presented. Also included are insets of Montreal Island and of the city itself, indicating its major streets, buildings, and the surrounding fortifications.Very good condition. £135.00

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