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Engraved map, 55.3 x 48.2, inscribed to the Early of Berkshire, in Senex, "New general atlas," 1721, perhaps first issued in 1719. In about 45° is an I.S. Iago and in 47° an I. Quiesinto opposite the mouth of a river which flows from the Great Lake of Thoago or Thoya. Another river empties from this lake into the Pacific in 52 1/2°. Above this are some names which evidently do not belong there: I. Cosubra in 52°, I. Wanguino in 53°, I. Payham in 55°, Maquino and two other unrecognizable ones on land named Desolation in 62°, a Zapozitin in 60°, and L. Aquinanbock in 60°, and an L. Isles in 57°. The Mississippi is of Coronelli type. Generally Briggs type.