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The watering place at Anjer Point in the island of Java
The picture shows the activities taking place at Anjer Point, a well-known convoy rendez-vous and watering point on the western tip of the island of Java. It shows the homeward bound China fleet of East Indiamen, at anchor in the Strait of Sunda in 1793, when it was in convoy under the command of Sir Erasmus Gower, in the 'Lion' man-of-war.
- Image reference: BHC1842
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London