[Georgia.] [South Carolina.] London Magazine, May, 1780 issue. A Map of such parts of Georgia and South Carolina as tend to illustrate the Progress and Operations of the British Army, &c. [London.]: Published by R. Baldwin at the Rose, Pater Noster Row. 7 3/8 x 9 1/4.” Original fold lines. Short portion of binding trim filled in at upper left edge with manuscript recreation of about 1 1/2″ of neat line. Overall, very good.
A scarce map designed to acquaint the readers of The London Magazine with the geography of the southern colonies during the latter part of the American Revolution. The map encompasses the area from Williamsburg in the north to Savannah in the south to Augusta in the west. Numerous towns, forts and geographical features are identified, among them: Charles Town (Charleston), Sulivan’s [sic] I., Hilton Head I. and Beaufort, as well as Forts Moore, Argyle and Frederick. Jolly, Maps of America in Periodicals before 1800: 337. [ICN 3436.]