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BELLIN Jacques Nicolas Carte reduite de L
BELLIN Jacques Nicolas Carte reduite de L'Isle de Saint Domingue et de ses debouquements. - Pour servir aux vaisseaux du Roy. Dresse au Depost des Cartes Plans et Jounraux de la Marine. Par Ordre de M. Rouille Chr Compte de Jouy &ca Secretaire d'Etat ayant le Department de la Marine.

Paris: L'Hydrographie Francoise (1754)
Hand coloured engraved chart with wide margins in fine condition. Contemporary manuscript note in ink at right warning sailors to avoid Cape Samana. 35 x 22"
Large scale chart showing Hispaniola, Turks & Caicos Islands, Lower Bahamas, the eastern ends of Cuba and Jamaica and the western end of Puerto Rico. This is the corrected edition of 1754.
£450.00


VERDUN DE LA CRENNE Carte Reduite des Isles Antilles - together with
VERDUN DE LA CRENNE Carte Reduite des Isles Antilles - together with 'Carte Reduite des Debouquements de St Domingue'

Paris (1775)
Two engraved maps together on one large sheet, the first covering the Leeward Islands from Puerto Rico to Barbados, the second showing the Turks and Caicos Islands and southern Bahamas Islands. Some restoration on the centre fold and slight creasing but clean and attractive. 41 x 84 cms
£550.00


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PROUD Edward B. Postal history of the Cayman Islands and Turks & Caicso Islands. (Postal History of British Colonies) Proud Bailey 2006 152pp. 1st ed., new in D/W. Listing of all known postal markings plus background notes on maritime and airmails.
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1856 (20 Jun) EL from London to N.J. Butterworth, Bermuda with London Paid cds overstruck by inspectors mark also boxed Liverpool ds and h/s '1d' rate mark applied in Liverpool (?). Rated 6d and endorsed, 'Via Halifax.' Interesting contents from the owners of a ship, 'The Mary Thomson,' bound for Bermuda suggesting possibilities for the captain once he has discharged his cargo, 'It is just possible you might be able to obtain a convict freight for this vessel....or she might go to the Turks Islands & load salt for Baltimore taking freight thence to Demerary.'
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METHODIST CHURCH For Ever Beginning. Two Hundred Years of Methodism in the Western Area. Literature Department of the Methodist Church (Jamaica District) 1960 vi + 96pp. 1st ed., clean in worn D/W. Well illustrated history with much on Jamaica and the Turks & Caicos Islands.
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