China Sea Singapore Main Strait From Tree I. (Pulo Angup) to Battam Bay Surveyed by Staff Commander J.W. Reed, R.N. and the offiecers of H.M.S. Rifleman, 1868-9 by HMAdmiralty; Edward Weller; Staff Commander John William Reed

China Sea Singapore Main Strait From Tree I. (Pulo Angup) to Battam Bay Surveyed by Staff Commander J.W. Reed, R.N. and the offiecers of H.M.S....

HMAdmiralty; Edward Weller; Staff Commander John William Reed

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China Sea Singapore Main Strait From Tree I. (Pulo Angup) to Battam Bay Surveyed by Staff Commander J.W. Reed, R.N. and the offiecers of H.M.S. Rifleman, 1868-9 by HMAdmiralty; Edward Weller; Staff Commander John William Reed zoom

China Sea Singapore Main Strait From Tree I. (Pulo Angup) to Battam Bay Surveyed by Staff Commander J.W. Reed, R.N. and the offiecers of H.M.S. Rifleman, 1868-9

Scale: 1:73,000. Ungraduated chart with magnetic variation marked. Coordinates given.
Bibliography:Number 37 in a folder compiled by J.D. Potter Ltd; see 298:8/3(b) for original folder list.

Object number: G257:4/15

Date: 1886; 1876

Original dimensions: 190 mm x 241 mm

  • Image reference: F1207

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