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[Collection of 53 charts, Africa, Bay of Bengal and Dutch East Indies] [cartographic material] / [by Alexander Dalrymple]
Bib ID 1671486
Format MapMap
Author
Dalrymple, Alexander, 1737-1808
 
Description [London : Dalrymple], 1769-1806 
1 atlas : 53 charts (part. fold.) ; 58 cm. 
Notes

Typed index loose inside front cover.

Includes a copy of a 16th cent. mss map from the British Museum and a 1598 map of the Moluccas.

Subjects Navigation -- History -- Maps.  |  Pacific Area -- Discovery and exploration.  |  East Indies -- Maps.

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