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Atlas of India: containing sixteen maps and complete index

by Hunter, W.W.

  • Hardback
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  • Catalogue No : 52343
  • Published : 1894
  • Cover : Hardback
  • Pages : [vi], 38, 19, [1], [2]-ads


First edition. A detailed atlas of India, with 16 double-page colour maps. Text leaves and plates mounted on guards. With an introduction by Sir William Wilson Hunter, a historian and member of the Indian civil service, who author of the "Imperial Indian Gazetteer". The maps consist of an Index Map frontispiece and 15 maps of: Lower Bengal; North-West Provinces, Oudh, and Nepal; Punjab (East) and Kashmir; Punjab (West), British Baluchistan, and North-Western Frontier; Rajputana and Ajmer-Merwara; Central India; Central Provinces; Haidarabad and Berar; Bombay (North) and Baroda; Bombay (South); Madras (South), Mysore and Coorg; Madras (North), South Orissa, and Ceylon; British Burma (North), Assam and Manipur; British Burma (South), Andaman, Nicobar Islands; and Plans of Calcutta, Madras, and Bombay, and also insets of Aden and environs, and Perim Island.


4to (310x210mm), orig. blue cloth, bevelled boards, stamped in black and gilt to front board, blind-stamped to rear, rubbed, wear to head and foot of spine, small stain to front board. Patterned endpapers. Small ownership stamp (Braithet Llewelyn Fewster) to endpaper and blank recto of frontis.

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