New Holland and New Zealand, map.
Brattleboro, VT: G. R. French, 1842. Maps. In 1840, Greenleaf first reissued Burr's 1936 edition of the New Universal Atlas. This was published by G. R. French in Brattleboro, VT. The changes between 1840 and 1842 are extensive, even on this map.
The 1842 updates edition include a long vertical dividing line, W. Australia in the west and S. Australia in the lower center, Australia Felix in the lower right quadrant; Freemantle (sic), Melborne (sic), Perth, and Albany are added for the first time, and "Swan R. is altered to "Swan R. Colony". Mt. Arden at the top of Spencers Gulf is now called Mt. Brown. The Murray Darling River now outlets into Encounter Bay. Additions to New Zealand include Cascade Pt. and altered text for "Bank's Peninsula" on the South Island and the addition of C. Maria Van Diemen on the North Island.
Bib ID 2905662. Scale [ca. 1:20 000 000]. Map of Australia and New Zealand with relief shown by hachures. Pl. 26 from: A new universal atlas, comprising separate maps of all the principal empires, kingdoms & states throughout the world. Brattleboro, Vt. : G.R. French, 1842. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington. Includes the New Hebrides and Solomon Islands, part of New Guinea and Indonesia & the Auckland Islands.
27.5x32 cm, orig. color. Not in Tooley; Phillips 784. Faint pen mark in lower ocean. Very good overall. Item #27294