Plan of Capt. Gordons project for a citadel at Quebec [cartographic material].
- Colonial America (Marlborough, England)
1 online resource (1 ms) map : color.
Scale [1:2 400]. 200 feet to an inch.
- Cartographic Data:
- Scale [1:2 400]. 200 feet to an inch.
- Citadelle de Québec -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.
Fortification -- Québec (Province) -- Québec -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain. Army -- Colonial forces -- Québec (Province) -- Québec -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- Colonies -- America -- Defenses -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain. Colonial Office -- Archives.
- Cap Diamant redoubt, built by the French in 1693, was taken by the British Army in 1759 and incorporated into Kings Bastion in the present-day Citadelle de Québec.
Plan by John Marr?
"On this copy are represented two piles of barracks for one battallion [sic] of men, but till all the buildings necessary for such a fortress are planned and laid down, it will be impossible to determine the true situation of them."
Relief shown pictorially.
"In Major Genl. Gage's (No. 23) of 7 Jany. 1769."--Fragment pasted on verso of each sheet.
Originally part of Colonial Office file CO 5/87/117.
Volume reference numbers on publisher's website: MPG 1/353.
Electronic reproduction. Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, c2015. (Colonial America. Module 1)
- Marr, John, active 18th century.
Gordon, Harry, -1787.
Gage, Thomas, 1721-1787.
Great Britain. Colonial Office.
National Archives (Great Britain)
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)
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- Restricted for use by site license.
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