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Channel Islands Survey: 'A ground platt from Mount Arguile'
Gomme, Sir Bernard de and Phillips, Thomas (English) 1680. Channel Islands Survey. This was ordered by Charles II, May-June 1680 and undertaken by de Gomme and Phillips under the orders of George Legge, Baron Dartmouth. It contains descriptions of harbours, bays and towns and is illustrated by views, maps, plans.
- Image reference: C4576_31
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London