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Cape Ford to Buccaneer Archipelago, Australia - north west coast / originally from surveys by Commanders King and Stokes, R.N. 1818-22 and 1840 ; from Maret Is. to Jones I. and the Holothuria Banks by Commander W.U. Moore and the Officers of H.M. surveying ship Penguin, 1890-91 ; Cambridge Gulf by Commanders Vereker and Dawson 1888-9 ; Buccaneer Archipelago from surveys by Lieut. & Commr. J.D. Nares, R.N. and Lieut. Commr. F.A. Reyne R.N. H.M. Surveying ship "Fantome" 1911-13 ; with additions and corrections from Australian Govt. charts to 1950
Bib ID 6449144
Format MapMap [cartographic image, sheet]
Edition New editions. March 1884, March 1885, July 1885, Septr. 1890, July 1892, Aug 1900, Novr. 7th 1913, Septr. 20th 1920, 27th Novr. 1922. Large corrections 23rd July, 1954. 
Scale Scale 1:700,000 ; Mercator projection (E 121°40'--E 130°00'/S 12°20'--S 16°30'). 
Description [London] : [The Admiralty], [1956] 
1 map ; 64 x 127 cm, on sheet 72 x 134 cm 
Series

British Admiralty hydrographic charts of the world ; 1047.

Partial contents Inset: Continuation of Victoria River on the same scale. 
Notes

Hydrographic chart of Cape Ford region, Northern Territory and Buccaneer Archipelago region, Western Australia. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Depths shown by bathymetric soundings.

Logo: Hydrographic Office.

Upper right margin: 2.18.54.

Lower right margin: "Engraved 1883".

Lower left margin: "Small corrections 1954 ... 1955 ... 1956 ...".

Lower right margin: "(50.11 x 25.03)".

Includes tidal information and conversion table.

National Library of Australia's copy has ms annotations in blue ink, indicating small corrections to map.

Reproduction Originally published: London : Published at the Admiralty, 12th July, 1883, under the Superintendence of Captain Sir Frederick J. Evans, R.N., K.C.B., F.R.S. Hydrographer, 1883. 
Subjects Nautical charts -- Australia, Northwestern.  |  Nautical charts -- Northern Territory -- Ford, Cape Region.  |  Nautical charts -- Western Australia -- Buccaneer Archipelago.  |  Australia, Northwestern -- Maps.  |  Ford, Cape, Region (N.T.) -- Maps.  |  Buccaneer Archipelago Region (W.A.) -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1883-1956 
Form/genre Nautical charts.
Other authors/contributors Great Britain. Admiralty, cartographer  |  Great Britain. Hydrographic Department
Also Titled

Australia - north west coast, Cape Ford to Buccaneer Archipelago

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