The route of the Du Teillay (La Doutelle).
This map shows how the clans were distributed in Scotland.
From the Gentleman's Magazine volumes XV and XVI of 1745 and 1746.
Grant's map of Prince Charles' route.
From the Historical geography of the clans of Scotland
Inverness and Nairn
Battle of Falkirk Monument.
The road from Berwick to Carlisle and Carlisle to Lancaster in Ogilby's map of 1675.
Maps released by the BibliothŔque nationale de France (BnF) produced by Beaulieu TrÚhouart and Marc Joseph Marion-Dufresne, commanders of L'Heureux and Le Prince de Conti when they rescued Prince Charles from Loch nan Uamh in October 1746.
Plan de la baye de LoknoŘer
Plan de la baye de LoknoŘer (detail)
Plan de la Baye de Withs (Uist) (actually, Loch Boisdale and Calvay Castle)
Located on the west coast of Scotland at 46 degrees 45 minutes of latitude is wrong (it is approximately 57 degrees).
Carte d'une partie de la coste occidentale d'Ecosse
Map of part of the west coast of Scotland
Baye de LoknoŘer (detail)
Notes Marion du Fresne and the Young Pretender and here transcribed by John Dunmore of Massey University in New Zealand Journal of History, Apr 1969; v.3 n.1:p.70-73; issn:0028-8322.
Le nouveau & grand illuminant flambeau de la mer, de tout le monde... by Nicolas Jansz. Vooght, & Gerard van Keulen (Ceulen), Geomŕtre, & Maistre en Mathematiques
The complete set of six volumes is available online at the National Library of Spain here.