Sketch map shewing the rivers and an outline of the coast... Gulf of Papua, British New Guinea
Papua New Guinea
Map of part of the east coast of the Gulf of Papua, with river mouths, shoals, bathymetry (water depth). On land, notes on terrain (‘Hills 100 to 150 ft. high’), land (‘Good soil’), vegetation (‘Nipa and Sago Palms’) and people (‘Ipikoi Tribe’).
Rough Sketch of 200 miles of the western portion of British New Guinea, including rivers
Papua New Guinea
Map of British New Guinea with notes on the terrain (‘Low country’), vegetation (‘Mangrove, Nipa and Fan Palms’), crops (‘Small plantations Sugar cane & Taro’), coastal features (‘Coral and Sand flats) and people (‘Friendly tribe’, ‘Dariamo Tribe’).
Gulf of Siam: Malay Peninsula - East Coast. Lakon Roads to Lem Tane
Produced by the British Admiralty’s Hydrographic Office, this map includes various navigational aids, such as maritime routes, bathymetry (sea depth), tide and current data, and elevations (side views of hills and mountains to use as landmarks).
Western part of the Java Sea : from Lucipara I. to Sunda Strait and Batavia
Designed to aid navigation around the western Java Sea, this map features bathymetry (sea depth), current and tide data, and is marked with shoals, reefs and other hazards. Written notes add details at specific locations (e.g. ‘heavy tide rips’).
Chart of the China Sea
Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, East Timor, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam
To aid navigation, this map shows small islands, shoals and reefs, maritime routes for use during monsoons or at particular times of the year, bathymetry (sea depth), tide information, shipwrecks, compass roses and landmark mountains at the coasts.
Arracan: chart of the entrance to the river
This navigation map of the mouth of the Kaladan River on the west coast of Arracan (modern Myanmar) features drawings of coastal features (elevations), bathymetry (sea depth), shoals and reefs, landmarks, and notes on how to enter the river safely.
Map of Prince of Wales' Island or Pulo Penang and province Wellesley
Map of the Penang Strait, including written instructions on how to navigate the strait. On land, areas of cultivation are marked, with a table listing acreage used for each crop. A boundary with Siam based on an 1831 treaty is also shown.
A chart of the Indian and Pacific Oceans with particular plans of the harbours
Brunei, Cambodia, East Timor, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Southeast Asia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam
Southeast Asia is shown on sheets two and three of this 12-sheet map of the Indian and Pacific oceans, including detailed inset maps of the straits of Singapore, Bangka, Gaspar and Sunda, with bathymetry (sea depth), shoals, reefs, anchorages etc.
Map of the River of Don-nai from Cape St. James to the city of Saigon
A map to aid in the navigation of the rivers leading to Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam). Details include bathymetry (water depth), currents, and a side view (or ‘elevation’) of hills to use as a landmark. Tides are described in written remarks.
A plan of soundings from Pulo Aor to the Southward, and outside of the Reef off Point Romania towards the entrance of Sincapour Strait
Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore
Navigation chart of part of the South China Sea leading to the eastern entrance of the Singapore Strait. Features bathymetry (sea depth), anchor points, shoals and other obstructions, landmark hills, and detailed explanatory notes.
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