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Map of the settled part of Van Diemen's Land [cartographic material] : copied from a map in possession of His Excellency Colonel George Arthur, Lieutenant Governor of the island and its dependencies etc. etc. / drawn by Thos. Scott Esqr., Asst. Surveyor General
Bib ID 2142030
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline
Author
Scott, Thomas, 1800-1855
 
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Scale Scale [ca. 1:800 000] 
Description Hobart Town : Reduced, engraved, printed and published by James Ross, August, 1830 
1 map : col., dissected and mounted on linen ; 51.7 x 39.4 cm., folded to 19 x 11.2 cm. 
Notes

Map showing police districts with relief shown by hachures.

Subjects Tasmania - Maps.
Other authors/contributors Arthur, George, Sir, 1784-1854  |  Ross, James, 1786-1838

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