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Map of the Gambia
The map was produced to accompany Dr Richard Robert Madden’s anti-slavery report published in: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on the West Coast of Africa. Report :Expand
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Cape of Good Hope--[cartographic material]
Appears in The London atlas of universal geography, exhibiting the physical & political divisions of the various countries of the world / John Arrowsmith. London : J. Arrowsmith, 1842.
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Sierra Leone and the adjoining coasts
The map was produced to accompany Richard Robert Madden's anti-slavery report published in: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on the West Coast of Africa. Report :Expand
Map of the Gold Coast to accompany Dr Madden's report
The map was produced to accompany Dr Richard Robert Madden’s anti-slavery report published in: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. (551) Select Committee on the West Coast of Africa, 5Expand
Plan to show the boundary of the Tambookie Location
Plan showing the boundary of the Tambookie Location marked red, with names of places, mountain ranges, rivers, and wagon roads. Relief shown by hachures. Some colours. Scale 6 Miles to 1 Inch.
Australia from surveys made by order of the British Government combined with those of D'Entrecasteaux, Baudin, Freycinet &c.&c. /
Map of Western Australia and part of South Australia with relief shown by hachures. Counties shown with description of topography and some explorations.
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Map of the West Coast of Africa comprising Guinea, and the British possessions at Sierra Leone, on the Gambia and the Gold Coast, together with the countries within the courses of the rivers Senegal,
Map of the west coast of Africa showing names of territories, tribes, districts, islands, and rivers. Some colour. Scale not given.
Eastern frontier of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope, ( and part of Kafirland) from Algoa Bay to the Great Kei River
Partly coloured map of Eastern Frontier of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope, from Algoa Bay to the Great Kei River showing districts, district boundaries in colour, 'Amatembu Kafirs or Tambookies'Expand