Maps: 1787 - 1794
1792 William Guthrie (geographer) -- C. Dilly and G.
Robinson
(publishers): "POLAND Shewing the Claims of
Russia, Prussia and Austria, from the beft Authorities,"
London. Engraved for Guthries new "Syftem of
Geography." In two versions.
Rigobert Bonne: "Royaume de Pologne et Duche de Lithuanie," Paris, 9.5 x 13.5 inches, in five versions from "Atlas Encylopedique contenant la
geographie ancienne, et quelques cartes sur la geographie du moyen age, la geographie moderne...” by Bonne and N. Desmarest.
Rigobert Bonne: "Royaume de Prusse," 9.13 x 21.26
inches, Nuremberg. From “Atlas encyclopedique,”
published 1787-88, re-issued 1827.
1787 Thomas Kitchin:
"POLAND, LITHUANIA
and PRUSSIA, from the
Latest AUTHORITIES,"
8.25 x 10.25 inches.
1787 Russell: "POLAND,
From the best
AUTHORITIES," 18.5 x
20.7 cm.
From
www.mapmogul.com
1788 F. A. Schraembl: "Generalkarte von
POLEN, LITAUEN...," Vienna. Four sheets
joined, 33.5 x 39 inches, from
"Allgemeiner Grosser Schrämblischer
Atlas."  
From www.swaen.com
1789 Claude Buffier - J.P.
Gibrat: "LA POLOGNE."
5.5 x 7 inches.
1790 Johann Christoph
Weigel: "...Samogitien
Lithauen..." Nuremburg,
11.5 x 14 inches / 29.5 x
35.5 cm, from "Atlas
Cosmographie Portatilis."
From www.mapsandmaps.com
1791 Samuel John Neele (engraver) - H. John Trusler
(priest/ publisher)
: "A Map of POLAND, with its Dismem-
bered Provinces," 7 x 6.75 inches, in two versions from
Trusler's "Portable World Atlas."
1792 Jan Barend Elwe (publisher) - Reinier II and his
mother Johanna Ottens (p
ublishers): "La Pologne.
Divisee en Royaume de Pologne et les etats y partenans
La Pologne, Prussienne, Autrichienne & Russienne,"
Amsterdam, 24 x 17.5 inches, in two versions of the
rare sixth state of the map, first issued by Alexis
Hubert Jaillot in 1694.
1793 Jean-Baptiste- Louis
Clouet: "Pologne," Paris,
32 x 55 cm., from
"Géographie Moderne."
Compare with similar
maps from 1787 and
1791.
From oldmaps.eu or
senizemelapiai.lt
1793 Tobias Conrad Lotter: "MAPPA GEOGRAPHICA, ex novifsimis obfervationibus
repraesentans REGNUM POLONIÆ ET MAGNUM DUCATUM LITHUANIÆ." Augsburg,
19.125 x 22.875 inches. Originally created to reflect the results of the First, 1772, Partition,
the plate was altered to reflect the Second, 1793, Partition, and colored accordingly.
1793 Samuel John
Neele
(engraver) - G.G.&
J. Robinson
(publisher):
"POLAND and PRUSSIA,"
London, 7.5 x 8 inches /
19 x 20 cm.
From eBay
1793 Johann Walch:
"CHARTE des Konigreiche
POLEN," Augsburg,
engraved by F.X. Hutter.

(See the 1773 version,
too.)
From a 2003
Loeb-Larocque online auction
1794 Laurie & Whittle (Publisher): "A NEW
MAP OF THE KINGDOM OF POLAND, WITH
ITS DISMEMBERED PROVINCES, AND THE
KINGDM. OF PRUSSIA." London, 19.5 x 26
inches. Drawn by
Thomas Kitchin based on
an earlier map of the region by D'Anville.
This important 1794 map depicts the
Kingdom of Poland during the brief
transitional period between the second
(1793) and third (1795) partitions.
From
www.geographicus.com
1794 Robert Wilkinson: "POLAND, with its DISMEMBERED
PROVINCES Drawn from the Best Authorities," London, 10.5 x 13.5
inches / 27 x 34 cm., in two versions from Wilkinson's "General Atlas
of the World." Shows lands lost in the First and Second Partitions.
1790 Guthrie: "Poland,
Lithuania and Prussia
From the latest Author-
ities," 8.5 x 7 inches, from
"A new Geo- graphical,
Commercial and Historic
Grammar," Edinburgh.

From www.ritzlin.com
1790 Claude Buffier: "LA POLONIA," Venice, 16 x 20.5
cm, from the Italian edition of his atlas: "Geografia
Universale del Padre Claudio Buffier..."
1790 Anonymous:
"POLAND, LITHUANIA
and PRUSSIA"
From
www.albion-prints.uk
1791 Franz Johann Joseph von
Reilly: "GENERAL KARTE von der
Koniglichen Republik POLEN mit
den verwandten Landernund dem
Konigreiche PREUSSEN, Nro. 34"
Also three
DETAIL images. From Old
Times Antique Prints and Books on eBay
1791 Giovanni Antonio Rizzi-Zannoni
(cartographer) -
Antonio Zatta (publisher): "LI
PALATINATI di WILNA, TROKI, INFLANT..."
Venice, 12.3 x 16 inches, in two versions
from "Atlante Polacco" (
Atlas of Poland).
1787 Jean  Lattre: "CARTE
GENERALE DE LA
POLOGNE.," 51 x 37 cm,
based on Rizzi-Zannoni,
from "Atlas Moderne."         
1788 William Guthrie (geo-
grapher)
- Dilly & Robinson
(publishers)
: "POLAND, LITHU-
ANIA and PRUSSIA from the lateft
Authorities," 22 x 18.5 cm.
Compare with the uncolored 1792
version below.
From
antiqua.rare.books, Germany
1791 Franz Johann von Reilly: "Die
Königliche REPUBLIK POLEN MIT
DEM Grossherzogthum LITHAUEN,
Nr. 38," Austria.
From gkrgrec on eBay
1792 Alexandr Wilbrecht
(geographer): "КАРТА
РИЖСАГО"
(Map of the
area around Riga),
St.
Petersburg, 19.3 x 24
inches,from "Atlas of
Russia."
From the National
Library of Latvia via http:
//www.theeuropeanlibrary.
org/
1787 Jean-Baptiste-Louis Clouet: "DU ROYE.
DE PRUSSE. DUCHE DE LITHUANIE," Paris,
31 x 56 cm, from a French school atlas:
"Geographie moderne avec une
introduction." Compare with the 1780 and
1791 versions.
From www.davidrumsey.com
1787 John Cary (engraver) - John Seally (publisher):
"POLAND shewing the Claims of AUSTRIA, RUSSIA &
PRUSSIA," London, 6 x 7.7 inches, Originally
published by John Fielding, this map is from "A
Complete Geographical Dictionary" by John Seally.  
The text underneath: "Published Aug.t 3 1782 by
J.Fielding No 23 Paternoster Row," has been erased.
See the 1782 Fielding map.  
From www.swaen.com  
1787 Thomas Kitchin  (mapmaker) -  Robert Sayer (publisher):  "A new map of the Kin
dom of Poland with its dismembered provinces," London, 48 x 66 cm / 18½ x 25½
inches. The map also appeared in "Kitchin's General atlas describing the whole
universe."
1788 J.E. Lange: "Neue Karte von
den gegenwärtigen Kriegs-Schau-
platze zwischen den Russisch-
Kayserl"
(Map of the war between
Russia / the Kaiser and the Otto-
mans)
,  Leipzig, From www.swaen.com   
1790 (Anon.)  "POLAND,
LITHUANIA and PRUSSIA
From the latest AUTHOR-
ITIES," 8.6 x 7.25 inches.  
Looks like the Kincaid
engraving to the left.
From
www.murrayhudson.com
1790 A.N Hackman:
"ПРУССIЯ, ПОЛЪША..."
St. Petersburg, from
"Atlas for Public Schools
of the Russian Empire."
From the National Library of
Russia: www.NLR.ru
1790 Louis Brion de la Tour -  Louis Charles
Desnos: "Etats de Pologne et de Lithuanie
Divises par Palatinats et Provinces Eccles-
iastiques Avec le Roiaume de Prusse et le
Duche de Curlande," 16 x 21.5 inches,
showing boundaries set following the First,
1772, partition of the Polish-Lithuanian
Commonwealth. Also a
DETAIL image. From
Desnos' "Geographie Moderne, Historique et
Politique."
From www.oldworldauctionscom
c1793 "Map of
recently-acquired
Polish-Russian areas"

www.karty.by
1787
www.gracegalleries.com
"Mogilev province"
radzima.net
1794  Samuel Dunn: "A New Map of the King-
dom of Poland with all its Divisions and The
Dismember'd Provinces," London, 12 x 17.5
inches / 30.5 x 44.5 cm. Also a
DETAIL
image of the cartouche and of areas lost in
the First Partition, which Dunn correctly
calls "The Russian Province, dismembered
from Lithuania."
From jremington1 on eBay
c1790 Edme Mentelle: "N° 4 (bis)
Dantzig,"  Paris, 79.9 x 56.8 cm,
possibly from "Carte de l'ancien
royaume de Pologne," published
with P.G. Chanlaire.
From Old Times
Rare Antiquarian Books: cesgia  on eBay
c1794 (Anon.): "Poland as
Divided,"
(London?), 8.25
by 10.5 inches, showing
the results of the Second,
1793, Partition.
From
greypilgrimbooksandmaps
1792 Tomás López: "REYNOS DE
POLONIA Y PRUSIA," Madrid, 25 x
18 cm, from "'Atlas Elemental
Moderno ó Colección de Mapas para
Enseñar a los Niños Geografía con
una idea de la Esfera."
From
boughettiarte on eBay
1792 John Gibson -
Emanuel Bowen:
"POLAND," London,
published by L. Piguemi,
that is almost a duplicate
of the 1774 version . See
also the first, 1758,
version.  
From cesgia on eBay
1789 Franz Johann
Joseph von Reilly: "Gen-
eral Karte von der könig-
lichen Republik Polen mit
den verwandten Ländern,
... Nro. 34," Vienna, 13 x
9 inches. Compare with
the 1791 version.
From
www.raremaps.com
1793 Carl Christian Glassbach, August F. Schmidt, Daniel Friedrich Sotzmann, "Karte von Polen und den angränzenden Provinzen," Berlin, 97 x 118 cm, at
1:1 200 000. Published immediately after the Second Pasrtition of 1793, showing pre-Partition and First, 1772, Partition boundaries. From the Polish National
Library via www.polona.pl
1787 Franz Anton
Schrambl: "Ost Preussen,"
Vienna, from his  
"Algemeiner Grosser
Atlas," begun in 1786,
completed in 1800.
From
senizemelepiai.lt
1793 William Perks: "Poland and Prussia," London,
from "The Youth's General Introduction to
Geography ....comprising a Complete Pocket Atlas:
...', published by G.G. and J. Robinson.
From
angelikamapwoman on eBay
1793 William Faden: "A Map of the King-
dom of Poland and the Grand Dutchy of
Lithuania, with their Dismembered
Provinces," dated 1792, but colored to
show the results of the 1793 Partition.
From Biblioteca Virtual del Patrimonio Bibliográfico
http://bvpb.mcu.es/
1793 Homann Heirs - Tobias Mayer:
"Mappa Geographica Regni Poloniæ ex
novissimis...  Stereographicae projectionis
revocata a Tob. Mayero...MDCCLXXIII,"  
dated 1773, but updated on the plate and
by the colorist to reflect the Second, 1793,
Partition.
From www.raremaps.com
1791 Jean-Baptiste-Louis Clouet:
"DUCHE DE LITHUANIE," as a full
page in a French school atlas:
"Géographie moderne." Compare
with the 1780 and 1787 versions.

From the National Library of Latvia:http://
data.lnb.lv/nba05/kartes/ frame_anglu.htm
1790 Louis Brion de la
Tour: "Etats de Pologne et
de Lithuanie Divises par
Palatinats e Provinces
Ecclesiastiques," Paris,
11.5 x 12.5 inches.
From
www.raremaps.com
1793 Antonio Zatta: "Carta Del Regno di
Polonia che cintostra il partaggio fatto
Dalle Potenze Europee nell' anno 1773 e.
nel corrente 1793..." Venice, 26 x 20
inches, showing effects of the First
Partition.
From www.raremaps.com
1789 Samuel Dunn (map-
maker)
- Robert Sayer
(publisher): "A new map of
the Kingdom of Poland
with all its divisions and
the dismember'd
provinces," London, from
"A New Atlas..."
From the
New York Public Library:
http://digitalcollections.nypl.org
1788 Homann Heirs
(publishers)  -  J. & R.
Ottens
(previous publish-
ers)
- Danckerts Family
(mapmaker): "Magni
Ducatus Lithuania,
Nuremberg. See 1726
versions.
From
www.davidrumsey.com
1788 Daniel Friedrich Sotzman
(engraver/geographer) - S. Schropp &
Co.
(publisher): "Charte von Pohlen,"
Berlin, 35 x 32 cm. Depicts the Polish -
Lithuanian Commonwealth after the
First, 1772, Partition.
From Staats- und
Universitätsbibliothek Bremen via europeana.eu
1789 Jan Steven van
Esveldt-Holtrop: "Het
koningryk POLEN Enz.,
Volgens de Niuwste
Waarnemingen Opge-
steld," Amsterdam, 9.50
× 23 cm.
From LIETUVOS
DAILĖS FONDAS www.
ldfondas.lt/en/collection
1792 Jan Barend Elwe:
"Regni Borussiae Secun-
dum Observationes
Novissima Accuratissima
Descriptio," Amsterdam,
18.5 x 24 inches.
From
www.raremaps.com
1791 Franz Johann Joseph von Reilly (publisher) - Anton Friedrich Busching and Johann Ernst Fabri (map
compilers)
: a set of four maps, each 230 x 290 mm, of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, published in Vienna - "Des
Grossherzogtums LITAUEN... with the continuations above.
From www.ancient_cartography.com
...ostsüdlicher Theil,
Nro. 47"
(southeast).
...nordöstlicher Theil,
Nro. 48"
(northeast)
...nordwestlicher Theil,
Nro. 49"
(northwest)
...westsüdlicher Theil,
Nro. 50"
(southwest)
Dated 1792
Vilnius Univ. Library:
http://www.atmintis.mb.vu.lt/
Dated 1793
Jagiellońska Biblioteka Cyfrowa via
www.mapywig.com
Franz Müller (engraver) - Carl Schütz (engraver/map designer/
cartographer who worked for Schrämbl)
: "Neueste Karte von Polen und
Litauen : samt den Oesterreichischen, Russischen, und Preussischen
Antheile : und den Übrigen agraenzenden Laendern
(Newest Map of
Poland and Lithuania : including its Parts Given to Austria, Russia and
Prussia and with the Remaining Adjacent Lands)
," Vienna. Both maps are
colored to show lands lost in the first two partitions: 1772 and 1793.  
Biggest difference? The second map is a linen-backed folding map.
1791 Thomas Bowen
(engraver/mapmaker)
:
"Poland Exhibiting the
Claims of Russia, Prussia
& Austria from the most
approv’d maps," London.
From  http://mapy.muzeum-
polskie.org/
1789 Bartolomeo Borghi
(engraver/cartographer):
"Ciò che fu e ciò che è al
presente la Polonia,"
Sienna, from his "Atlante
Geografico," published
1788-1800.  
From
LIETUVOS DAILĖS FONDAS
ldfondas.lt
1788 Maurille-Antoine
Moithey - Jean-Baptiste
Crepy: "CARTE NOU-
VELLE. Dressee pour
'intelligence de la guerre
...les roy. de Pologne...,"
from Moithey's "L'Europe
Divisee en tous ses Roy-
aumes."
From Bibliotheque
nationale de France:
www.gallica.bnf.fr
1788 Homann  Heirs:
"Regni Poloniae Mag-
nique Ducatus Lithu-
aniae..,"London, 50 x 56
cm, from a 1788 com-
posite atlas,but identical
to a 1729 version.
From  
www.davidrumsey.com
1787
maklize on eBay
1787
1788
bertius on eBay
1788
antiqua-trinacria on eBay
1791  Franz Johann Joseph
von Reilly: ""Des König-
reichs Preussen nördlich-
ster Theil, Nro.56," 22.5 x
27.5 cm / 8.8 x 10.8
inches.
From matter.of.things.
antiques on eBay
1791  Franz Johann
Joseph von Reilly: "Das
Herzogthum Kurland u.
Semgallen. Nro. 59."
From
wikimedia
1787
AK-07
1788
www.ritzlin.com
Beinecke Rare Book &
Manuscript Library ,Yale Univ.  
1789 Bartolomeo Borghi
(engraver/cartographer): '
Il Granducato dI Lituania
Diviso ne Suoi Palatinati,"
Sienna, from his "Atlante
Geografico," published
1788-1800.  
From
LIETUVOS DAILĖS FONDAS
ldfondas.lt/
c1790 Nicholas I Sanson
(original mapmaker) -  
Guillaume Sanson (revising
mapmaker)
- Alexis Hubert
Jaillot
(publisher): "Estats
de Pologne subdivisés
suiuant l'estendue des
palatinats," Paris, 53 x 86
cm.
From Harvard Map Library:
http://vc.lib.harvard.edu
cesgia on eBay
Wroblewski Library of the
Lithuanian Academy of
Sciences: elibrary.mab.lt/
www.alexandremaps.com
www.raremaps.com
AK-30
New York Public Library's digital
collection:
http://digitalcollections.nypl.org
www.alexandremaps.com
LIETUVOS DAILĖS FONDAS www.ldfondas.lt/
bookable on eBay
lylliegoods on eBay
www.davidrumsey.com
www.putmap.com
boughettiarte on eBay
1792: In 1785, Catherine the Great complained that a general map of the Russian Empire she had requested be produced not only had many errors, but devoted too much space to Siberia, and not enough to
newly-acquired lands in European Russia. She instructed Major General P.I. Soimonov, who supervised her personal collection of maps, and who also was one of her lovers, to invite German surveyor A.M.
Wilbrecht
(Vil'brekt) to create an updated version of Ivan Kirilovich Kirilov's 1745 "Atlas Russicus." As the new official state's geographer, Vil'brekt produced the "Russian Atlas Consiting of Forty-four Maps and
Dividing the Empire into Forty-two Provincial Regions," printed 1792 at the Institute of Mining in St. Petersburg. After the 1793 Second Partition of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth , a new map of the
Commonwealth was added to the atlas. The Third, 1795, Partition was mapped by another German surveyor, Karl Opperman in "New Boundary Map of the Russian Empire from the Baltic to the Caspian Sea,
Divided into Provinces, Districts and Regions," finished in 1795, and then back-dated to 1795.
(Steven Seegel: "Mapping Europe's Borderlands,"  Univ. of Chicago Press, 2012)
"Revel province"
wikimedia
"Riga province"
wikimedia
"Pskov province"
wikimedia
"Polotsk province"
wikimedia
"Nowogorod province"
wikimedia
1791 Franz Johann
Joseph von Reilly: "Das
K
önigreich Preussen..,"
Vienna, 21 x 28,. cm.,
from "Atlas Schauplatz
der Fünf Theile der
Welt..."
From  Antiquariat
Daša Pahor  http://www.
pahor.de