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The road and harbour of St. John in the Island of Antigua
'...with the adjacent coast and shoals from Boons Point to Muskitoe cove surveyed in 1789 and 1790 by Lieut E.H. Columbine of His Majesty's Ship Sibyl'. Single sheet. Engraving. Scale [circa 1:22,000]. North is at 270 degrees. The border is graduated for latitude. Soundings and clearing lines are shown. The chart contains one inset: The south and part of the west Coast of Antigua [circa 1:150,000] and two views. There is a text box containing remarks.
- Image reference: F0032
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London