South-East Asia. 'Eastern Bengal, Assam, Burmah [now Myanmar] and parts of China and...
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South-East Asia. 'Eastern Bengal, Assam, Burmah [now Myanmar] and parts of China and Siam [now Thailand] 1870. With Additions and Corrections to 1875': map of the area between Chengdu (in Sichuan province, China) in the north-west, Bangkok (now in Thailand) in the south-west and Calcutta (now Kolkata, India) in the west, showing relief, rivers, named settlements and boundaries. Reference table to the routes of expeditions made by western explorers, 1830-1869; list of authorities used in compiling the map. Scale: 1 inch to 32 miles. Published at the Surveyor General's Office, Calcutta, June 1875. Inset: continuation southwards to Chumphon (now in Thailand).