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Padang - the chief settlement of the Dutch Company on the west coast of Sumatra
Single sheet. Engr. Scale: [ca. 1:25 000]. Cartographic Note: Ungraduated. Scale in nautic miles. Soundings. Additional Places: Karimata Islands. Contents Note: Fortifications, settlements and vegetation shown. Key to locations. Detailed plan of fort with key to internal layout, Inset view of Poolo Chinco by Charles Christie, List of the English ships, with their commanders, of 'the squadron to which this place surrendered on 19 August 1781.'.The English took Padang in the early stages of the 4th Anglo-Dutch War.
- Image reference: F0048
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London