A chart of the channel in the Phillippine Islands through which the Manila Galeon passes together with the adjacent islands
Single sheet. Engr. Scale: [ca.1:1 500 000]. Cartographic Note: Border graduated for latitude. Rhumb lines. Additional Places: Luzon. In June 1743 Anson redeemed his disastrous voyage by capturing the Acapulco treasure galleon as it sailed in to Manila. He lay in wait at Capo de Espiritu Santo.
- Image reference: F0040
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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