Chart of the harbour of Point de Galle. Surveyed in January and March 1800, by Captain David Inverarity. To whom this plate is inscribed, by his most obliged A.Dalrymple. by Alexander Dalrymple

Chart of the harbour of Point de Galle. Surveyed in January and March 1800, by Captain David Inverarity. To whom this plate is inscribed, by...

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Chart of the harbour of Point de Galle. Surveyed in January and March 1800, by Captain David Inverarity. To whom this plate is inscribed, by his most obliged A.Dalrymple. by Alexander Dalrymple zoom

Chart of the harbour of Point de Galle. Surveyed in January and March 1800, by Captain David Inverarity. To whom this plate is inscribed, by his most obliged A.Dalrymple.

Scale: [ca. 1:6 000 (bar)]. Cartographic Note: Ungraduated. Scale in nautic miles. Soundings, clearing lines shown. Additional Places: Sri Lanka. Contents Note: Sailing directions and table of references. Plan of fort. Buildings and trees shown in view. Galle passed from Dutch to British rule in 1796 and was Sri Lanka's chief port until Colombo's harbour was built in 1885.
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