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Origin: Europe, England, London
OH: 6 1/2" x OW: 5 1/2"
Black and white line engraving with period color
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Barry, III, Mr. and Mrs. Macon F. Brock, Mr. and Mrs. David R. Goode, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad M. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Johnson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Moorman, IV, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Roberts.
Acc. No. 2017-209
Title in cartouche at top left: A. New Map of/ VIRGINIA./ MARYLAND./ PENSILVANIA./ NEW YARSEY./ by Rob.t Morden."
Key on bottom right corner: B. Baltimore C/ A. Arundelton C/ Cal. Calverton C/ Ch. M Mary C/Cae Cecil C/ F Talbot C/D Dorchester C/K Kent C/ We Westmorland / No Northumberland/ La Lancaster/ Mi Middlesex/ Gl Glocester/ C Charles C/ Y York C/ W Warwick/ E Elizabeth/ LN Lower Norfolk/ Na Nantimond/ Co Corrotuck/ N Northmapton/ Ac Accomco/ Ar Arcadia"
Label:In 1680, Robert Morden published a map identifying the counties of Maryland and Virginia. The useful and popular map was updated many times until 1689 for use in atlases. This copy was from Richard Blome's book: The Present State Of His Majesties Isles and Territories in America, viz: Jamaica, Barbadoes, S. Christophers, Mevis, Antego, S. Vincent, Dominica, New-Jersey, Pensilvania, Monserat, Anguilla, Bermudas, Carolina, Virginia, New-England, Tobago, New-Found-Land, Mary-Land, New-York. With New Maps of every Place. Together with Astronomical tables ... Licens'd, July 20, 1686, Roger L'Estrange. (London: Printed by H. Clark, for Norman Newman, at the Kings-Arms in the Poultrey, 1687).

This copy is published in William C. Wooldridge, "Mapping Virginia: From the Age of Exploration to the Civil War" (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2012), #78, p. 85.