Here is an American map of the Netherlands created in 1804. Like Cary's map, this map seems to show the region of Belgium as separate from France. However, unlike Cary's map, there are no strict borders between France and Holland defined. Instead this map focusses it's energies of local authority, dividing the map up into counties instead of countries. There are regions defined as "French Netherlands" on the southern half of the map, but cities such as Ghent, who would have self-identified as French during this time period appears to lie outside of that region. It's interesting because America had just fought a war with England, allied with France, and so one could assume that they have no reason to discredit the French Republic. However, the founding fathers of America famously held back full support of the French Revolution, because it was Louis XVI who sent them aid in the War for Independence.