Admiralty charts of Jamaica
By Various authors, 1815
Admiralty charts of Jamaica Port Antonio, Jamaica; Martha Brae, Jamaica; A Survey of Morant Keys; Montego Bay, Jamaica; The Anchorage at Blewfields, Jamaica; Green Island Harbour in the Northwest Angle of Jamaica; The Anchorage at Savanna la Mer Jamaica; The Anchorage at Morant Bay in Jamaica, and the Coast from Belvidere Point to Fisherman’s Bay; Mosquito Cove on the North Side of Jamaica; St. Anns Bay Jamaica; St. Lucea Harbour; The Island of Navassa; between St. Domingo and Jamaica; The Anchoring Places at Old Harbour, Long’s Wharf, Salt River, Peake Bay and Walker’s Bay; Plan of Port Morant.
- Author: Various authors
- Publication place: London
- Publisher: Hydrographic Office of the Admiralty
- Publication date: 1815–1831
- Physical description: Engraved charts.
- Inventory reference: 11674
The survey of the island was carried out by John Leard and Stephen Seymour of the Royal Navy.
John Walker, founding member of the Royal Geographic Society, was a leading mapmaker and engraver working in London in the first half of the nineteenth century. He is known to have produced numerous charts for James Horsburgh and the Admiralty.