[REVOLUTIONARY WAR]. A group of 3 Revolutionary war maps, 19th century restrikes comprising:
HILL, John. Sketch of the Position of the British Forces at Elizabeth Town Point after their Return from Connecticut Farm, in the Province of East Jersey: under the Command of His Excell'y Lieut't Gen'l Knyphausen, on the 8th June 1780, by John Hills, Lieut't 23d Reg't & Ass't Eng'r. London: William Faden, April 12th, 1784 [paper watermarked Ruse & Turner, 1852]. Engraved hand colored map image 627 x 523 mm (758 x 589 sheet). (Short marginal tear.) See Nebenzahl Battle Plans 146. -- HILL, John. A Plan of the Surprise of Stoney Point, by a Detachment of the American Army, commanded by Brigr. Genl. Wayne, on the 15th July, 1779. Also of the Works erected on Verplanks Point, for the Devence of Kings Ferry, by the British Forces in July, 1779. London: William Faden, March 1st 1784 [paper watermarked Ruse & Turner, 1852]. Engraved map image 503 x 697 mm (576 x 795 sheet). (Tear to right margin, splitting along plate margin, repaired on verso.) See Nebenzahl Battle Plans 145. -- FADEN, William. The Attack and Defeat of the American Fleet under Benedict Arnold, by the Kings Fleet Commanded by Captn Thos. Pringle, upon Lake Champlain, the 11th of October 1776. London, Dec. 3, 1776 . . . London: William Faden, 3 December, 1776 [19th century restrike]. Engraved map image 282 x 439 mm (337 x 502 sheet). See Nebenzahl Battle Plans 47.