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A map of Coromandel shewing the seat of war on that coast
- [London] : London Magazine, 1754.
- Covers the Coromandel coast of India from Srikalahasti south to Aranthangi, and inland to Punganuru. Shows residences, temples, palaces, battle sites, siege sites, and the holdings of the English, French, Portuguese, Danish and Dutch. Relief shown pictorially. Extracted from The London magazine. "Printed for R. Baldwin in Pater Noster Row, 1754"--Lower margin. "For the Lond. Mag."--Upper margin. Includes key, decorative cartouche. Probably engraved by Thomas Kitchin, who engraved over 150 maps for the London magazine between 1747 and 1783. cf. Worms, L. British map engravers.
- Coasts—India—Maps—Early works to 1800 and Coromandel Coast (India)—History—18th century—Maps—Early works to 1800
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