Spain

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[KITCHIN, Thomas]
The Kingdoms of Spain and Portugal, divided into their Great Provinces. More
[FADEN. W] NANTIAT, J.
Spain and Portugal. Reduced from Jas.r Nantiat's Map in Four Sheets. More
THOMSON, John.
Spain and Portugal. More
[SDUK].
Spain and Portugal More
SWANSTON, G.H.
Spain & Portugal. More
SWANSTON, G.H.
Spain & Portugal. More
DOWER, J.
Spain & Portugal. More
SANSON D’ABBEVILLE, N[icolas].
Royaume de Navarre Diuise en Six Merindades. More
HOMANN, Johann Baptist [after DELISLE, Guillaume].
Regnorum Hispania et Portugalliae Tabula generalis de l’Isliana. More
MALLET, Allain Manesson.
R. D'Espagne. More
BOSC. C[laude] du.
Plan of the Town of Barcelona. More
BASIRE, I[saac]. (Engraver).
Plan of the Town and Castle of Lerida, with the Approaches made before it by the French & Spanish Armies under the command of the D. of Orleans during the Siege began Oct. 2. 1707. More
BASIRE, I[saac]. (Engraver).
Plan of the Encampment of the Allies at Prats del Ray under the command of Count Staremberg; and of ie enemy under the Duke of Vendosme; where ye two armies lay from ye 17th of Septembr. to ye 25th of Decembr. 1711. NS. when ye Enemy decamped, and ye Allies the 27th. More
BASIRE, I[saac]. (Engraver).
Plan of the Encampment of the Allies at Prats del Ray under the command of Count Staremberg; and of ie enemy under the Duke of Vendosme; where ye two armies lay from ye 17th of Septembr. to ye 25th of Decembr. 1711. NS. when ye Enemy decamped, and ye Allies the 27th. More
BASIRE, I[saac]. (Engraver).
Plan of the Country and Camps of Almanar, the one under Charles III and the other of the Enemy under the D. of Anjou, who was defeated by 16 Squadrons, commanded by Lieut. Genl. Stanhope, July 27, 1710. More
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