Presentation copy of this fine late 19th Century facsimile of the "Governor Bradford map" of New York City, 1728.
The map based on a survey by James Lyne in 1728, showing main roads and streets.
The dedication reads:
To his excellency John Montgomerie, Esq. Capt. Genl. & Gov. in Chief of his Majestis provinces of New York New Jersey this plan of the city of New York is humbly dedic'd by Your Excellancy's obet & most humble servt, Wm. Bradford."
The pencil note at the bottom shows that the map was presented by the publisher to the Maine Historical Society in 1903.