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ULZ, Georg Friedrich
[Map of Hungary, Russian, Austrian and Prussian Domains in the former Poland, the Black Sea and Turkey] Charte von Ungarn, den Russisch, Oestreich, und Preussischen Besitzungen im ehemal. Polen, ingl. Dem Schwarzen Meer und der Tuerkey.
Nürnberg: A.G. Schneider & Weigels, 1803. Large copper engraved map ca. 58x52 cm (ca. 22 ½ x 20 ½ in), borders outlined in colour. Period ink inscription "Ungarn und Polen" on verso. Original centrefold, paper slightly creased on blank margins, otherwise a very good wide-margined map. Based on the map of Jean-Baptiste Bourguignon d' Anville and other contemporary sources, the map gives a detailed outline of the new territorial acquisitions in Europe in the early 19th century as an outcome of the three Partitions of Poland. The Russian Empire is shown with the recently annexed parts of the Western Ukraine, Belorussia and Lithuania with Wilno; Prussia - with New Silesia, New East Prussia and Warsaw, and Austria - with Galicia, Krakow and Lublin.