Chart of the Galapagos, surveyed in the merchant ship 'Rattler', and drawn by Captain James Colnett, of the Royal Navy. Corrections to 1832. by James Colnett

Chart of the Galapagos, surveyed in the merchant ship 'Rattler', and drawn by Captain James Colnett, of the Royal Navy. Corrections to 1832.

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Chart of the Galapagos, surveyed in the merchant ship 'Rattler', and drawn by Captain James Colnett, of the Royal Navy. Corrections to 1832. by James Colnett zoom

Chart of the Galapagos, surveyed in the merchant ship 'Rattler', and drawn by Captain James Colnett, of the Royal Navy. Corrections to 1832.

Single sheet. Engr. Scale: [ca.1:750 000 (lat)]. Cartographic Note: Graduated chart. Contents Note: Track of the Rattler during the survey in 1793. In 1798 Captain Colnett published A voyage to the South Atlantic and around Cape Horn... for...extending the spermacetti whale fisheries etc.
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