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1890. W. & A.K. Johnston Limited. Scale 1:4,457,000 ; 700 miles to an in. (E 68⁰--E 92⁰/N 38⁰--N 2⁰). Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Two plates mounted on linen; possibl...
1893. Scale 1:1,520,640 ; 1 in. = 24 miles (E 65⁰--E 75⁰/N 37⁰--N 25⁰). Date from previous call number. Insets: The Hazara Valley and Upper Hindus -- Ske...
Burnes, Alexander, Sir, 1805-1841. Relief shown by hachures. Routes of Lieut. Burnes, of Lieut. Holland, and former routes of Lieut. Burnes are shown. Soil characteristics, course of... London: published for the Journal of the Royal Geographical Society by John Murray Albemarle St., 1833.
Burnes, Alexander, Sir, 1805-1841. Relief shown by hachures. Soil characteristics, course of the river water inundation, and territories of indigenous populations area are shown. Fro... London: published for the Journal of the Royal Geographical Society by John Murray Albemarle St., 1833.
5. Map of the Sikh Territory: and of the protected Sikh States, in the neighbourhood of the Sutluj River
1846. Walker, John J. & C. Walker, W.H. Allen & Co., and East India Company. Scale approximately 1:300,000 ; (E 73°45'--E 76°10'/N 31°35'--N 30°20'). Relief shown by hachures. Indicates Sikh Territory, British Territory, and...
1857. GodwinAusten, Henry Haversham, H.M Smith Munneeroddeen., and India. Surveyor General. Scale 1:126,720. 1/2 inch to one mile ; (E 69°51ʹ38ʺ--E 70°47ʹ40ʺ/N 34°02ʹ55ʺ--N 33°20ʹ05ʺ). Relief shown by stipling. "Compiled from a military re...
Includes Indus River and its tributaries. Southern limit of hills shown by dotted line. From: Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and mon... London : Edward Stanford, 1885.
Survey of India. Relief shown by 20 feet contour intervals and spot hights. "Reg. no. 3492 D'34 (F.C.E. Cov. 1:6666) 200 --200'36-46." Map shows canton boundaries, ... Calcutta : Surveyor General of India, 1934.
9. India: and the adjacent parts of Beluchistan, Afghanistan, Turkestan, the Chinese Empire, and Siam
1890. Edward Stanford Ltd. Scale 1:5,448,960 ; 86 English miles to 1 in. (E 65⁰--E 100⁰/N 38⁰--N 1⁰). Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Possibly from Stanford's Lond...
10. The Sulimani Mountains on the Afghan frontier of British India based on Major Wilson's map, collated with other authorities
Saunders, Trelawney, 1821-1910. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Includes explanation of local geographical terms. From: Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society an... London : Edward Stanford, 1879.