John Adair (1655?-1719)

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Country :Grande-Bretagne
Language :anglais
Gender :masculin
Birth :1655
Death :1719
Note :
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ISNI :ISNI 0000 0001 1850 3640

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  • The Coast of Scotland from the Red-head to Aberdeen

    Material description : 1 carte : ill. ; 50 x 29 cm, sur flle 65 x 49,5 cm
    Note : Note : Comté représenté: Aberdeenshire
    Map scale : 6000 passus [= 7,4 cm]
    Edition : [Edinburgh] : [s.n.] , [1703]
    Graveur : James Clark (graveur, 16..-17..)

    [catalogue, Visualize the document in Gallica][https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb411651444]
  • The Description of the Sea-Coast and Islands of Scotland. Part I. Containing the East Coast of that Kingdom, from the Border Northward to Aberdeen; As also Holy-Island, Fairn-Islands, and the dangerous Rocks, Named the Scareheads, on the Coast of England

    Material description : 18 p. : 37 x 52 cm
    Note : Note : John Adair a réalisé 6 cartes en accompagnement de ce texte: A true and exact Hydrographical description of the Sea coast and Isles of Scotland Made in Voyage round the same by that great and mighty prince James the 5th [Ge DD 2987 2490] / The Frith of Forth From the Entry to the Queen's ferry with all the Islands, Rocks, Sands, &c. [Ge DD 2987 2512] / Holy-Island, Fairn-Islands with the many Rocks & Hazards that ly Scattered in that Sea. And the Coast from Sunderland point in England to St Abbs-head in Scotland [Ge DD 2987 2413] / The Frith and River of Tay With all the Rocks, Sands, Shoals, &c. [Ge DD 2987 2561] / The Towne & Water of Montross with the neighbouring Country & Coast from the Red-head to the North-water [Ge DD 2987 2569] / The Coast of Scotland from the Red-head to Aberdeen [Ge DD 2987 2568]
    Map scale : [Sans échelle]
    Edition : [S.l.] : [s.n.] , [1703]

    [catalogue, Visualize the document in Gallica][https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb41163917z]
  • The Frith and River of Tay With all the Rocks, Sands, Shoals, &c.

    Material description : 1 flle : ill. ; 43,5 x 65 cm, sur flle 49 x 71 cm
    Map scale : 6000 passus or 4 Scots miles [= 7,2 cm]
    Edition : [Edinburgh ] : [s.n.] , [1703]
    Graveur : James Clark (graveur, 16..-17..)

    [catalogue, Visualize the document in Gallica][https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb406643387]
  • The Frith of Forth From the Entry to the Queen's ferry with all the Islands, Rocks, Sands, &c.

    Material description : 1 flle : ill. ; 45 x 65,5 cm, sur flle 49,5 x 71,5 cm
    Map scale : 6000 passus [= 7,5 cm]
    Edition : [Edinburgh] : [s.n.] , [1703]

    [catalogue, Visualize the document in Gallica][https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb406404295]
  • Holy-Island, Fairn-Islands with the many Rocks & Hazards that ly Scattered in that Sea. And the Coast from Sunderland point in England to St Abbs-head in Scotland

    Material description : 1 carte : ill. ; 34,5 x 46 cm, sur flle 49 x 65cm
    Map scale : 6000 passus [= 7,4 cm]
    Edition : [Edinburgh] : [s.n.] , [1703]
    Graveur : James Clark (graveur, 16..-17..)

    [catalogue, Visualize the document in Gallica][https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb41165140r]

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  • The printed maps in the atlases of Great Britain and Ireland, 1579-1870, Chubb, 1927

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