PROPERTY OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE SANDYS TRUST
Tooley lists the following points for the first state of the original issue: "On small-sized paper ... bearing a watermark consisting of a rectangular shield crossed by three diagonal lines, surmounted by a fleur-de-lys; beneath the shield are letters "G.R." and to its left are the initials "R.G." ... State 1 has no printed text beneath the plan ... The seacoast, harbour, and rivers in single un-shaded outline. The most northerly place marked on Hudson River is "Tetards Hill". The "Heights of Long Island" are twice lettered simply "The Heights. The fourth line of the title consists of only four words: "Disposition of both armies"". There were five different issues in two different states printed.
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