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1. Vicariati apostolici nell' India-Transgangetica

1858. Petri, Girolamo. Scale not given (E 80⁰--E 120⁰/N 30⁰--N 1⁰). Relief shown by hachures. Map showing the boundaries of Catholic dioceses in Southeast Asia in the 185...

2. Oudh and adjacent districts: compiled from materials in the Office of the Surveyor-General of India and corrected, where practi

1858. Great Britain. Ordnance Survey. and Great Britain. Surveyor General of India. Scale [1:506,880]. Military map of the state of Oudh, India [i.e. Uttar Pradesh] and its surrounding states in Northern India. The map is detailed ...

3. Map showing the localities of the principal mineral and vegetable products of India and the course of the trunk railways

1858. G. B Tremenheere. Scale approximately 1:8,750,000 (E 70°--E 100°/N 35°--N 5°) Relief shown by hachures. In right upper margin: Report--Colonization and settlement (I...

4. Map of India to illustrate the progress of the British Dominion: from 1791 to 1857

1858. Wyld, James. Scale approximately 1:12,500,000 (E 68°09ʹ00ʺ--E 92°41ʹ00ʺ/N 32°53ʹ00ʺ--N 6°45ʹ00ʺ). Shows British Possessions, Subsidiary States, Protected, and I...

5. Vicariati e prefetture apostoliche nell' Indostan

1858. Petri, Girolamo. Scale not given (E 60⁰--E 93⁰/N 33⁰--N 20⁰). Relief shown by hachures. Map showing the boundaries of Catholic dioceses in Northern India in the 185...

6. Map of Calcutta from actual survey in the years 1847-1849 / by Frederick Walter Simms ; the suburbs of the town are from surveys subsequently furnished by Major H.L. Thuillier ; executed by himself & Captain R. Smyth ; reduced and engraved by J. and C. Walker (Raster Image)

1858. Rumsey, David, 1944-. This layer is a georeferenced image of a map of Calcutta originally created by F.W. Simms and published in 1858. The orignal map and scanned image ... Cartography Associates.

7. The Residency, Palaces, &c. of Lucknow, 1858

1858. Digital Social Science Center (DSSC), Columbia University Libraries, Weller, Edward, d. 1884., and Day & Son. This is a scanned version of the 1858 paper map entitled: The Residency, Palaces, &c. of Lucknow. The map was scanned at 300 dots per inch and is ... Day & Son.