This scarce map covers the area from Canada down to the northern tip of South America. Settlements in the British colonies are identified, along with the locations of native Indian tribes, rivers, lakes, and mountains. The borders of the Carolinas, Virginia, and Georgia extend to the Mississippi. Florida is divided into East and West Florida. There are several notes throughout, such as "Thus far the Mississipi has been ascended" and "Extensive meadows full of buffaloes". Texas is named Cenis and New Mexico. The cartouche shows a European figure next to some casks in a coastal scene. Published in John Huddlestone Wynne's A General History of the British Empire in America .
Issued folding with light soiling, very faint offsetting, and a short fold separation at bottom that has been closed on verso with archival tape. There are two tears that enter 1.25" into map at top left that have also been closed on verso with archival tape.