United States of America: Connecticut. United States Coast Survey Office Chart: 'The…

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Reference:
MR 1/1789/26
Description:

United States of America: Connecticut. United States Coast Survey Office Chart: 'The Harbor of New London... published in 1848 A.D. Bache Superintendent. Final Reduction for Engraving by J.B. Gluck Draughtsman. Topography Engraved by A. Rolle. Lettering by J. Knight': map. Reference notes on sailing directions. Scale: 1 inch to about 570 yards. Compass indicator. MS title: 'Plan No. 28 Fishery Commission': MS additions [?showing fishing limits]. Signed by the American and British commissioners and surveyors.

Date:
1848-1862
Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Legal status:
Public Record
Language:
English
Dimensions:
47 cm x 39.5 cm
Physical condition:
Electrotype copy
Publication note:
Maps and Plans in the Public Record Office: 2. America and West Indies, ed P A Penfold (London, 1974), entry 2289

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