Mons. Mons the Capital City of Hainault in y Low Countries, taken by y French in 1691, Restor'd to y Spaniards by y Peace of Ryswick in 1697, retaken by y Allies in 1709, and left to y Emperor by y Treaty of Utrecht. BELGIUM - MONS.

Mons. Mons the Capital City of Hainault in y Low Countries, taken by y French in 1691, Restor'd to y Spaniards by y Peace of Ryswick in 1697, retaken by y Allies in 1709, and left to y Emperor by y Treaty of Utrecht. .

Tindal / Rapin.
No date. [1744- 1747].
Bird's eye view style map, black and white copperplate engraving, 14 3/4 x 18 3/4 inches, centrefold. Trimmed to within the plate mark at top and bottom (attribution to publication source has been trimmed), otherwise clean and bright. Most attractive view of the walled city engraved by I. Basire, with pictographs of buildings. Many buildings and places are named on the map. From Tindal's Continuation of Mr. Rapin's History of England (Phillips, Atlases #8019). Item #30471

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