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Chart shewing the tracks of the Nemesis [cartographic material] / W.H. Hall. R.N. Comr. ; Isaac Purdy, sculpt
Bib ID 3621243
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline
Author
Hall, W. H. (William Hutcheon), 1797?-1878
 
Online Versions
Scale Scale [ca. 1:85,000,000]. 
Description [London : Henry Colburn, 1846] 
1 map ; 14.2 x 21.0 cm. 
Series

Braga special map collection.

Notes

Map of part of the eastern hemisphere showing the outward and homeward tracks of the ship Nemesis on its Hong Kong venture in 1841.

Map imprint: Published by H. Colburn, 13 Grt. Marlborough Street, 1845.

From: The Nemesis in China / W.D. Bernard. London : Henry Colburn, 1846.

Also available in an electronic version via the Internet at: http://nla.gov.au/nla.map-rm1454

Subjects Nemesis (Steamer) - Maps.  |  Eastern Hemisphere - Maps.
Time Coverage 1841 
Other authors/contributors Purdy, Isaac  |  Bernard, William Dallas. The Nemesis in China  |  Henry Colburn (Bookseller)

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