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40. D. Buisseret (2007) ‘French cartography: The Ingénieurs du roi 1500–1650’ in Woodward (2007) pp. 1506–10 and in more detail in his article (forthcoming), ‘The Manuscript Sources of Christophe Tassin’s maps of France: “The Military School”’ in Mélanges Lisette Dankaert. Preston’s correspondent, Francis Gwynne, also owned an atlas of not particularly skilled plans of forts in the Netherlands dating from the 1660s by one N. Renaud (now BL Add. MS 16369), a French military engineer whose work is also to be found in the French Archives Nationales (‘Receuil de diverses places fortes de Holland, d’Allemagne et pays de Nord dessinez a main’; 1 JJ 116).
34. Richard Hakluyt, Divers voyages touching the discoueries of America (London: Thomas Woodcocke, 1582), preface, sig 2r. for the mention of the map, which he wrongly assumed was by the explorer Giovanni Verrazzano and not by his brother. Peter Barber 29 35. M. Wallis (1981), The Maps and Text of the Boke of Idrography presented by Jean Rotz to Henry VIII (Oxford: Roxburgh Club). 36. Homem (2005). 37. Quoted by Stuart (1991), p. 68 n. 14 from TNA PRO 30/8/86 no. 3. 38. BL K. Top. 80-2(a-d). 39.
R. Plomer (1900) A Short History of English Printing (London: Kegan Paul), p. 104 n. 21. I am grateful to Laurence Worms for this reference. 28. P. Barber (1998), pp. 45–6. and works cited there. The map no longer survives but Elder’s description does and the map must have closely resembled the depiction of Scotland on Mercator’s map of Great Britain and Ireland of 1564. 29. B Taylor (1980) Alexander Lindsay: a Rutter of the Scottish Seas ca. 1540 eds. H. Adams & G. W. Karrow (1993) Mapmakers of the Sixteenth Century and their Maps (Chicago: Speculum Orbis) pp.
Diplomacy and Early Modern Culture by Robyn Adams, Rosanna Cox (eds.)