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China. Sheet VI [cartographic material] : Eastern coast from Ragged Roint to Pih-ki-shan / Suveyed by Captn. Kellett & Collinson 1843 ; J.& C. Walker Sculpt
Bib ID 1785773
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline
Author
Great Britain. Hydrographic Department
 
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Scale Scale indeterminable. 
Description London : Published according to Act of Parliament at the Hydrographic Office of the Admiralty : Sold by R. B. Bate Agent for the Admiralty charts 21 Poultry, July 30th 1849 
1 map ; 60 x 45.5 cm. 
Notes

Hydrographic chart showing coast of China from Pih-ki-shan to Chang-chi with relief shown by hachures and bathymetric soundings.

"1754".

Also available in an electronic version via the Internet at: http://nla.gov.au/nla.map-rm2980

Subjects Nautical charts - China.
Time Coverage 1843-1849 
Other authors/contributors Collinson, Richard, Sir, 1811-1883  |  Bate, R. B. (Robert Brettell)  |  Kellett, Henry, Sir, 1806-1875  |  J. & C. Walker

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