Map of southern Africa from Delagoa Bay in the North to Cape Lagullas [Agulhas] at the southern most point. Includes: Stellenbosh [Stellenbosch]; Groene Kloof Moravian settlement; Tulbach or Rodezand; Genadendal or Grace Vale, a Moravian settlement; Zurbrak [Zuurbrak]; Hooge Kraal; Bethelsdorp; Theopolis; Boshesman Missionary settlement [north of Graaff Reinet]; Griquatown; Latakkoo, intended missionary station; Malapeetz, intended missionary station; Makoons Kraal Boshesman Mission; Orlams Kraal, a missionary station; Schmelens Station; [and] Pella Namacqua Missionary settlement. .The map indicates the route taken by the Reverend John Campbell, mission stations, towns, rivers, mountains and areas inhabited by different groups of people e.g. the "Tambookies" [abaThembu], the "Makoon Boshesmens" [Bushmen], "Wild Boshesmens" country, the "Bootchuana tribes" [baTswana], Damara country, Great Namacqua [Namaqua] country and "Caffraria"., "Published by Black, Parry & Co. Booksellers to the Honble East India Company, Leadenhall Street, London, 1815.", The bar scale representation on the map is given in British statute miles.