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A "survey of the country on the eastern bank of the Hughly, from Calcutta to the Fortifications at Budgebudge, including Fort William and the Post at Manicolly Point, and shewing the extent and situation of the different courses, embankments, tanks, or broken ground, likewise representing the sands and soundings of the river at low water in spring tides, from January to May, from the year 1780 till 1784;" drawn by Mark Wood, Capt. of Engineers, on a scale of 4 inches to a mile, dedicated to Lieut.- Gen. Sloper, Commander-in-Chief of the Forces in India.

Author: George, King of Great Britain
Publisher: 1780-1784.
Edition/Format:   Map : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Map, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: George, King of Great Britain
OCLC Number: 556653481
Description: Ms. 4 f. 6 x 2 f. 4 in. 137 x 71 cm
Cartographic Mathematical Data: Scale 1:15 840. 4 inches to a mile.

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