London: J. Cary, 1808.
Map. Hand-colored engraving. 10 1/2" x 12 1/2".
From the 1814 edition, this beautiful quarto size map of Hungary in the early 19th century clearly outlines the different regions of what is now nostalgically referred to as "large Hungary," before the Treaty of Trianon in 1920 which redefined the boundaries to reflect Hungary's modern borders. The map discriminates between Lower Hungary, Upper Hungary, Transylvania, Croatia, and Sclavonia. A pink line divides Hungary and Germany, because Austria was part of German Confederation at the time, following the War of the Sixth Coalition.