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2. A topographical map of a part of northern New Jersey

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1882. Geological Survey of New Jersey. Covers Newark region and adjacent part of New York City. Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Includes notes. Historic Maps copy 2 imperfect:... [Trenton?] : Geological Survey of New Jersey, 1882 (Julius Bien, lith.).

6. Colton's map of Europe

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1882. G.W. & C.B. Colton & Co. Relief shown by hachures. Originally issued in covers with cover title: Map of Europe. New York : G.W. & C.B. Colton & Co., 1882.

7. English Channel

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1882. Great Britain. Hydrographic Office. Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings. At head of title: Hydrographic Office. "Soundings in fathoms." "1598.". London : Published at the Admiralty ... under the superintendence of Captain Sir Frederick J. Evans, R.N., K.C.B., F.R.S., hydrographer ; sold by J.D. Potter, agent for the Admiralty charts ... , 1st June, 1882.

8. Environs de Jérusalem

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1882. Thuillier, Louis. Relief shown by hachures. Above upper margin: Guides Joanne. Hachette & Cie. Paris. Paris : Hachette & Cie, [1882].

9. Geological map of New Jersey

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1882. Geological Survey of New Jersey. Annual Report 1882 New Jersey Geological Suvey Companion text: Annual report of the state geologist, for the year ... Trenton, N.J. : Geological Survey of New Jersey, 1882.

10. Geological map of New Jersey, 1882

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1882. Cook, George Hammell, 1818-1889, Smock, John Conover, 1842-1926, and New Jersey Geological Survey. Geological Survey of New Jersey ; George H. Cook, State Geologist ; John C. Smock, Asst. Geologist. Includes "Geological section," and "Section fro... The Survey.

19. Lake Nyassa surveyed by Mr. Jas. Stewart, C.E.

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1883. Sharbau, H. (Henry). Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Ferry route at approximately 12° S is shown. From: Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and mon... London : Edward Stanford, 1883.