[note from Conservator: According to William P. Cumming's "The Southeast in Early Maps" the image is from Samuel Simpson's The agreeable historian. London, 1746, v. 3. Has anyone checked if Cumming is correct or is there a reason a NC map was included in a geographical description of the non-colonial parts of the UK? The title page of Volume 3 of "The Agreeable Historian" indicates that it is specifically related to counties starting with Norfolk and ending with Yorkshire in England located on the Isle of Great Britain. . Volume 1 was Bedfordshire to Essex, and Vol 2 was Gloucestershire to Middlesex. It seems odd, but I know stranger things have happened. Sadly, I could only find volumes 1 &2 on the ECCO database]
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