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Nice catch on the Ruggles map of New Hampshire; I at least had never noticed
the different states of the map.

David Cobb's "New Hampshire Maps" catches 3 editions, dating them 1817 (item
#94), 1837 (#129), and 1844 (#152), but he does not note the additional

I had a long look at the map on ebay.  I know it seems improbable, but the
"mushy" quality of the printing suggests to me that it may be a reproduction
(See for example the 11th image in the Auctiva set.)  I'd be interested in
your (or others') thoughts on the matter.

Michael Buehler

Boston Rare Maps
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Southampton, MA 01073

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