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A chart of the Island of Bourbon in the Indian Ocean
The island of Reunion. Scale: 1:225 000, in English and Dutch miles and English and French leagues. Rocks and anchorages are indicated on the chart.
'This island was discovered near the beginning of the 16th century and named Mascarenhas Isle until the year 1649, when it took the name Bourbon. The torrents formed by rain are considerable and descend with great rapidity.' (Probably from Dunn's New Directory for the East Indies).
- Image reference: F0114
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London