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Covens Mortier Carte De La LoCOVENS & MORTIER. Carte de la Louisiane, Maryland, Virginie, Caroline, Georgie, avec une Partie de la Floride. Double-page engraved map, 430x595 mm, wide margins; hand-colored in outline. Lovely copy. Cumming 316; Sellers and Van Ee 1386. Amsterdam, 1758 (Source:uisiane Maryland Virginie Caro
Fine wide margined example of Covens & Mortier's rare regional map of the Southeast, based upon the D'Anville's map of the North America published in 1755. Late in their publishing history, Covens & Mortier began issuing re-engraved versions of some of the most important multi-sheet maps of North America, including the Mitchell Map and a 4 sheet edition of the Poppple. Among the most interesting maps reproduced by Covens & Mortier was the D'Anville map of North America, which provided the French perspective on the region which would be so hotly disputed during the French & Indian War. D'Anville's map is significantly different than Mitchell's map of 1755. Most notably, the course of the Ohio River is substantially different than Mitchell's map, as are the R. Cherakis and R. Ouabache, two of its primary tributaries. The course of the Missouri River and the Appalachicola River is also noticeably different. Cummings notes that the map shows the Indian Settlements between the Appalachians and the Mississippi River, unlike the Mitchell. It also shows the Grenville Line in North Carolina, but not the division between North & South Carolina. The treatment of the east coast from St. Augustine to Delaware Bay is very detailed, as is the treatment of the Chesapeake, Maryland and Virginia. This map appears infrequently on the market. One of the rarest regional atlas maps of the period. (Source: exhibits.stanford.edu)
Dr. Barbara Coven, MD is a Pediatrics Specialist in Rye, NY and has over 41 years of experience in the medical field. She graduated from Boston U, School of Medicine medical school in 1980. She is accepting new patients and has indicated that she accepts telehealth appointments. Be sure to call ahead with Dr. Coven to book an appointment. (Source: www.healthgrades.com)
Located just North of Frederick Maryland, Enchanted-World Coven is open for new members. We are a traditional working Wicca coven, following the Gardinarian tradition as perfected by Doreen Valiente. Offering both historical and practical classes. Celebrating 8 Sabits of the year as well as new & dark moon circles. Luvawen and Aule Mar were members of Tapestry of Baltimore from 1988 to 1995. (Source: www.angelfire.com)
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Elwood "Bunky" Bartlett says his Wiccan beliefs led him to win a $33 million lottery jackpot. Bartlett is using his winnings to open a school for witches in Maryland.
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