Maps: 1816 - 1825
1819 John Cary:
"PRUSSIA," London. 11.5
x 9.5 inches.
From
www.raremaps.com
1819 John Cary:
"POLAND DIVIDED
ACCORDING TO THE
CONGRESS OF
VIENNA," London, 11.5
x 9.5 inches.  
From
www.raremaps.com.
1818 John Pinkerton:
"POLAND," Philadel phia,
21 x 28 inches, drawn by
L. Herbert, engraved by
Samuel Neele under
Pinkerton's direction.
From the American
edition of "Pinkerton’s
Modern Atlas," published
by Thomas Dobson.
From
www.geographicus.com
1817 John Thomson:
"POLAND," Edinburgh,
in a transitional state,
identical to Pinkerton's
1814 map, from
Thomson's "New General
Atlas."
From
www.raremaps.com
1819 James Wyld  (artist)
- N.R. Hewitt
(engraver) -
John Thompson

(publisher)
: "POLAND,"
Edinburgh, 14 x 10.5
inches / 36 x 27 cm.  
Wyld took over Fadden's
business.
From
www.alexandremaps.com
1820 Vasilii Petrovich Pyadyshev (Pedischeff, Piadischeff, Piadyshev, Piadishev, Pyatychev: 1768-1835): "Atlas geographique de l'Empire de Russe, du Royaume de Pologne et du Grand
Duche Finlande..." (83 sheets), St. Petersburg, Russian Topographical Depot, 1820-27, 1829, 1834. Below are a number of high-resolution maps, of Russian Guberniyas as of 1820.
Information in Polish and Russian.
From wikipedia and easteurotopo.org
1820 Estland - Estonia
Guberniya.
1820 Grodno Guberniya.
1820 Kurland Guberniya.
1820 Livonia Guberniya.
1820 Minsk Guberniya.
1820 Kingdom of Poland.
1820 Pskov Guberniya.
1820 St. Petersburg
Guberniya.
1820 Vilna Guberniya.
1821 Barlow (engraver):
"POLAND, Shewing the
Claims of RUSSIA,
PRUSSIA  and AUSTRIA.
From the best
Authorities," Bungay,
Suffolk, England, 8 x 7
inches / 21 x 17 cm.
Published by C. Brightly
& E. Kennersley.
From
eBay 2003
1821-24 B. Smith
(Engraver) - Alex
Macredie
(Publisher):
"POLAND Drawn and
Engraved for Playfair's
Atlas," Edinburgh, 21 x
17.5 inches. Playfair
invented four types of
diagrams: the line graph
and bar chart of economic
data, the pie chart and
circle graph!
From
www.raremaps.com
1824 Aristide Michel  
Perrot: "Carte ...de
Napoleon et de la Grande
Armee...," 13.8 x 18.5
inches/ 35.0 x 47.0 cm,
by Comte Philipp-Paul de
Segur, aide-de-camp to
Napoleon, and created to
enable the French public
to follow the Napoleonic
wars.
From www.swaen.com
1825 George Ellis: "POLAND,"
Westminster, 27 x 23 cm., from "Ellis's
General Atlas of the World, with the
Latest Discoveries and New Continental
Alterations," published in editions of 1811
and 1825.
From www.miklianmaps.com
1820 Robert Wilkinson:
"POLAND," 13 x 10 inches /
33 x 26 cm, from his
"Wilkinson's General Atlas
of the World," 2nd Edition.
Many maps in this edition are dated back to 1809.
Compare this version
of his map of Poland with the 1810 and 1814 versions on the previous page.
From Albion Prints.
c1820 (Anon.): "A.6 [Lithuania/Poland],"
Paris, 19.3 x 30.9 inches / 49 x 78.5 cm,
20-segment folding map pasted on linen.
Also two
DETAIL images. From
www.swaen.com
C. Gros: "GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL MAP OF
POLAND AND HUNGARY," published in Philadelphia
for M. Cary & Son, 30 x 33 cm, from "Lavoisine's
Complete Genealogical, Historical and Chronological
Atlas," first published with maps in London by John
Barfield in 1814. Two versions, both based on the 1817
London edition, with corrections and additions: 1820
(from www.davidrumsey.com) and 1821 (from
www.jpmaps.co.uk)
1816 "Хранение файлов:
1816. Подробная карта
Россійской Имперіи и
близъ лежащихъ
заграничныхъ владенiй,
лист 17."
(Detailed map of
the Russian Empire, sheet
17 - Estonia and northern
Livonia)
, St. Petersburg. In
Cyrillic.
From: Univ. of Tartu -
http://dspace.utlib.ee/dspace/
c1820 (Anon.) folding map of Central
Europe, Paris, perhaps produced by the
samepublisher as the map to the left.
Also a
DETAIL image. From cesgia, on eBay
1821 James V. Seaman (pubisher):
"POLAND as Divided," New York, 19 x 22
cm, from the 26-map "A new general
atlas, chiefly intended for the use of
schools and private libraries."
From
www.davidrumsey.com
1825 Philippe Marie Vandermaelen:  
"EUROPE No,9. PARTIE DE LA RUSSIE,"
Brussels, 20 x 18 inches. From Vander-
maelen's remarkable six-volume atlas,
which if combined as globe gores, forms an
immense globe. See the 1827 map for
comparison.
From www.raremaps.com
1819 Adolf Steiler
(editor) - F. Hase
(engraver): "OSTSEE-
LAENDER von der
Oder bis zur Newa,"
Gotha, 36 x 30 cm,
at
1:3 700 000, from
his "Hand-Atlas,"
published by Justus
Perthes.
From
www.davidrumsey.com
1821 John Souter (editor)
- T. Tyler
(engraver):
"POLAND," London, 8
1/4 x 7 1/4 inches, from
"Clark's New School
Maps."
From
antiquemapsandprints on eBay
1818 Robert Wilkinson:    
"POLAND," London, 9 x
11 inches, from the 1818
edition of his "General
Atlas of the World"
despite the map's date of
1814. Compare with the
1814 and 1820 versions.
From Pacific Shore Maps:
psmaps on eBay
1824 Tranquillo Mollo:
"Polen nach den Letzten
Friedenschlüssen, nebst
den angränzenden Länd-
ern"
("Poland after the
last treaties, and adjacent
countries")
, Vienna, from
his "lehrbuch der
Geographie, 2nd Ed., pg
90.
From www.bergbook.com
1816 William Faden
(publisher)
: "A Map of the
KINGDOM OF POLAND,
Describing it's [sic] Ancient
Limits with the Dismember-
ments. Likewise its Present
Boundary as Settled by Act of
Congress at Vienna, June 9th
1815," London, 21 x 23.8
inches. The map is based on
the Rizzi-Zannoni 24-sheet
map of 1772 that was
commissioned by the King of
Poland. See his 1799 version.

From www.raremaps.com
1820                                                    1821
1816 Edward Baines:
"Chart Illustrative of the
CAMPAIGNS of the Wars
of the French Revolution
in Germany, Poland,
Russia & France," Leeds,
15 x 9 inches.
From
antiquemapsprints
1818 Mathew Carey:
"POLAND," Philadelphia,
32 x 36 cm., from the
third and last edition of
"Carey's General Atlas,
Improved And Enlarged,"
From www.davidrumsey.com
1817 John Thomson: "POLAND, AS DIVIDED," 19 3/4 x 23 5/8 inches, Edinburgh, in
three differently-colored versions from the first edition of his "New General Atlas,"dated
1814 but actually published 1817. The maps drew heavily on Pinkerton's 1814 atlas.
The color key shows that Russia is marked in yellow, Austria in red, Prussia in green
and Saxony in blue.
The map on the left is from Heritage Map Museum, PA; the map in the middle is
from lindisfarne Prints, on eBay, and the map on the right is from www.davidrumsey.com
1823 Dite De Crozat:
"Pologne," Paris, 6 x 6.75
inches, from his "Géographie
Universelle."  
From
www.jpmaps.co.uk
1820 Vitebsk Guberniya
1820 Mogilevskoi
Guberniya
1817 Delamarche - Robert de
Vaugondy: "Nouveau Royaume de
Pologne..." Paris, 19.1 x 24.0
inches, showing pre-Partition and
Congress of Vienna boundaries.
From Univ. of Virginia Library:
http://search.lib.virginia.edu/
1816 Charles Smith:
"POLAND," London, with
boundaries of the pre-par-
tition Commonwealth,
and those of 1815.
From
www.raremaps.com
1816 Matthew Carey -
Benjamin Warner: "Poland
From the best Authorities,"
Philadelphia, 18 x 20 cm.,
from their "A General
Atlas..."  
From
www.davidrumsey.com