1798 John Stockdale Original Antique Map Plan of The Canadian City of Quebec

Cartographer :John Stockdale

This fine original cooper-plate engraved antique map of the city of Quebec with reference to many buildings and places of interest by John Stockdale in 1798 was published in Isaac Welds 1799 edition of Travels Through the States of North America and the Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada During the Years 1795, 1796 and 1797

General Definitions:
Paper thickness and quality: - Heavy and stable
Paper color : - off white
Age of map color: -
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Paper size: - 10 1/2in x 7 1/2in (265mm x 190mm)
Plate size: - 10 1/2in x 7 1/2in (265mm x 190mm)
Margins: - Min 0in (0mm)

Margins: - Left margin cropped to border & extended
Plate area: - Folds as issued
Verso: - None

An interesting & detailed map of Quebec issued near the end of the eighteenth century. The map was published in Isaac Weld\'s work describing his travels through North America between 1795 and 1797. This map focuses on the scene of General Wolfe\'s great victory at the end of the French and Indian War. Quebec has always been scenic, and those with interests in the region had every reason to believe that it would be of central interest in any forthcoming clash between Great Britain and the United States.