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1. Birman Empire

1817. Moffat, John, Smellie, and John Thomson & Co. Scale approximately 1:3,700,000 (E 89°--E 105°/N 27°--N 8°).Relief shown by hachures and shading. Shows boundaries, rivers, woods and principal set...

2. Birman Empire: & countries south east of the Ganges

1831. Dower, John and Henry Teesdale & Co. Scale [1:8,000,000]. "Drawn & Engraved by J. Dower ..." Numbered 28. Shows boundaries, rivers, deserts and principal settlements. Relief shown by h...

3. Burmah, Siam, Anam & c

1858. Weller, Edward. Scale approximately 1:6,750,000. Map of Burma, Thailand and Malaysia, with relief shown by hachures. At head of title: The Dispatch Atlas, in a car...

4. Inde

1809. Poirson, J. B. Scale not given. Relief shown hachures ad pictorially. 22 x 25 cm.

5. India quae orientalis dicitur: et insulae adiacentes

1635. Blaeu, Willem Janszoon. Scale approximately 1:20,000,000 (E 68⁰--E 137⁰/N 38⁰--S 10⁰). Coat of arms at head of dedication to Lavrentio Real from Guiljelmus Blaeu. From: To...

6. Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia. Jabatanarah Pemetaan Negara. Relief shown by contours, hachures and spot heights. Rectified skew orthomorphic grid in yards. "This map is not an authority on boundaries." Map s... Kuala Lumpur : Directorate of National Mapping, 1969.

7. Malaya

Great Britain. Royal Air Force. Central Interpretation Unit. Relief shown by contours. Map locates chinese cemeteries and muslim burial grounds. Includes location diagram. "RSO grid." In lower right margin: "... [London] : War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section, 1965.

8. Map of the Burman Empire: including also Siam, Cochin-China, Ton-King and Malaya. From Calcutta to Hong-Kong

1840. Wyld, James. Scale [1:7,600,000] (E 91⁰--E 112⁰/N 26⁰--N 1⁰). Relief is shown by hachures. Date from previous call number. Possibly from: A new general atlas of...

9. Map of the Malay Peninsula to accompany the paper of Mr. D. D. Daly, Superintendent of Public Works and Surveys, Sĕlângor, showing his surveys and explorations in the native states

Sharbau, H. (Henry). Administrative boundaries are shown. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. From: Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and monthly rec... London : Edward Stanford, 1882.

10. Map of the northern part of Perak (Malay Peninsula) from a survey by Mr. D. D. Daly, 1877

Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Routes of expeditions shown in red. From: Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and monthly reco... London : Edward Stanford, 1882.