Search results

(1 - 20 of 51)
Africa corrected from observations of Mess. of ye Royal Societies at London and Paris
Calabar and Bonny Rivers. From an Original Survey by Capt. William Newton, Late of the Port of Bristol, communicated by Mr Pocock
Africa divided according to the extent of its principall parts in which are distinguished one from the other empires, monarchies, kingdoms, states, and peoples, which at this time inhabite Africa
Fishing from a dugout canoe
A new and accurate map of Negroland and the Adjacent Countries; also Upper Guinea showing the principal European Settlements, and distinguishing those belonging to England, Denmark and Holland. The Sea Coast and some of the Rivers being drawn from Su
Africa, drawn and engraved from the best maps and charts
Route of the Trek Boers from Pretoria to the Cunene River, 1875 to 1879
South Africa Compiled from the M.S. Maps in the Colonial Office
A Plan of Table Bay with the Road of the Cape of Good Hope, from the Dutch Survey, Published by Johannes van Keulen
A Plan of Table Bay, with the Road of the Cape of Good Hope, from the Dutch Survey, Published by Johannes van Keulen
An accurate map of Africa drawn from the Sieur Robert with improvements
[Depicts Africa from the Mediterranean to The Cape, excluding West Africa]
Africa with the discoveries to May 1858 of Livingstone, Barth, Vogel and the Chadda expedition from documents in possession of the Royal Geographical Society
A New map of Africa from the latest Observations
Fishing from a dugout canoe
A chart of the Western part of the East Indies with all the Adjacent Islands from Cape Bona Esperanca to the Island of Ceylon
Egypt with part of Arabia and Palestine. Compiled from the draughts of the Scientific Institute established at Cairo 1800
A Chart of Guinea Describing the Seacoast from Cape de Verde to Cape Bona Esperanca

Share

Share