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The Tenth Sheet of Chinese Tartary.

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Title:The Tenth Sheet of Chinese Tartary.
The Tenth Sheet of Chinese Tartary, containing the Country of Ke-ching, the fall of the Sâghâlian Ûla into the Eastern Sea & ye Great Island opposite thereto.
Authors:Fridelli, Xavier Ehrenbert
Bonjour, Guillaume
Jartoux, Pierre
Bowen, Emanuel
Regis, Jean Baptiste
show 3 moreDu Halde, J.-B.
Moore, C
Child, G.
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LC Subject Headings:Asia, Central -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.
Date Issued:[1738]
Publisher:[T. Gardner for Edward Cave]
Description:Scale approximately 1:2,000,000.
30 x 56 cm
Relief shown pictorially.
Map originally drawn in 1709-1710 by Jean Baptiste, Pierre Jartoux, Xavier Ehrenbert Fridelli, and Guillaume Bonjour.
Prime meridians: Paris and Peking [Beijing].
show 5 moreIn cartouche: "This map ... in the year 1709 and impov'd by the editor, is inscrib'd to Mr. Peter Mallet."
Three scale bars: li or Chinese furlongs in a degree; common French leagues; and English miles.
Engravers: Emanuel Bowen, C. Moore, and G. Child.
From Jean-Baptiste Du Halde's Description géographique, historique, chronologique, politique, et physique de l'empire de la Chine (English edition, 1738).
Original in the private collection of Amir Aleksandrovich Khisamutdinov. Vladivostok, Russia. Digitized with permission and freely available to view on University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa Library digital repository eVols.
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Pages/Duration:1 sheet
Coverage (Spatial):Asia, Central
Appears in Collections: Historical Maps
Early and Historical Maps

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