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A map or chart of the Mosquito Shore : with the islands, keys, rocks and shoals, adjacent to (or between) it and Iamaica /

A map or chart of the Mosquito Shore : with the islands, keys, rocks and shoals, adjacent to (or between) it and Iamaica /

 
 
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Summary

Depths shown by soundings.
"The delineater haven had many oppertunitys since the above period, to the yar 1781 to corect and adjust his own observat[ion]s bi compareing with those of many of the kings ships and having corrected the work accordingly, it is presumed this cart is as corect as can be made."
In upper right margin: 24.
Pen-and-ink and watercolor, sectioned and mounted on cloth.
Includes text and insets of Lake Nicaragua, San Juan harbor, and the coast from San Juan harbor to Boca del Toro.
Imperfect: Smudges across lower half and mended tear in center.
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

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Date

01/01/1781
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Contributors

Lambi, David, active 1780-1797.
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