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This map of Moreton Bay [cartographic material] / compiled from authentic surveys and containing all the latest discoveries made by exploring parties is most respectfully dedicated to His Grace the Duke of Cleveland by his most obedient servant Robert Dixon
Bib ID 48942
Format MapMap
Author
Dixon, Robert, 1800-1858
 
Scale Scale [1:253 440] (E 153°20'/S 27°25') 
Description Brisbane : J.G. Steele, 1980 
1 map ; 87 x 67 cm. 
Series

Queensland historical facsimiles ; no. 2.

Notes

Map of Moreton Bay region showing parishes. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights.

"Reproduced from an original in the National Library of Australia."

Reproduction Facsimile: Sydney : Thomas Liley, 1842. 
Subjects Moreton Bay Region (Qld.) - Discovery and exploration - Maps.
Time Coverage 1842 
Other authors/contributors Steele, J. G. (John Gladstone), 1935-

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