The map must have been made after the building of the Baroque palace in Tołkiny (Tolksdorf) by Master Georg Müller in 1650 and before the Neoclassical rebuilding in 1820s (see the shape of the palace; it reminds this one in Tolks-Tolko). I suppose the map comes from the eighteenth century, from the times of Antoinette Wilhelmine von Bonin who was the owner of Tolksdorf between 1772 and 1782. It is possible that her name is written in the third line. I can see also the place name Plötnizken (today Płutniki) - this small village belonged to the goods of Tolksdorf.
I wonder what is the cubic shape (a building?) above the church. Have you ever met something like this on the old maps?
I have tried to transcribe the German text from the map:
... gesowies gip. Im Amst [?] Kassckop [family name Kässkopf?]*
...a liegsten Bese... Von nur [or mir]
...dt nach an....ssung von Bonin [Antoinette Wilhelmine von Bonin?]
...iget Aborden [Abordnen?] ... nechstem
...tdreuschiesen [dreizehn?] Maas [Maß?] tei
... den Dreüen [drei?] ...itligck Ort
... Plötnizken [today Płutniki]. Ein Smidt [Schmidt]
...ck 190 Kütten (Quitten?) . Wiesolesis [family name?]
... I. K. A. Signiret [signieret?] ... der
... innen Tatt [Tat?]
... Vierzchen [Vierzehn?] Morgen 25 9 1/2 K [Quitten?]
... M. E. I. K. A. notiret [notieret?]
...nen 20 1/2 Kütten [Quitten] Weisermül [Weissermühl family name?]
... [M]orgen 116 Kütten Vandt ... [family name?]
* But there is also a town Rastenburg where there was the land's Amt for the area of Tolksdorf; so maybe Rastekopf?