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A new chart of part of the Pacific Ocean, exhibiting the various straits, islands and dangers, between the latitudes of 56.° south and 22.° north, and from the longitude of 141.° to 180.° east
- Norie, J. W. (John William), 1772-1843
- London : Published as the Act directs ... by J.W. Norie & Co. at the Navigation Warehouse and Naval Academy, No. 157 Leadenhall Street, 1828 [i.e.1850]
Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings. Prime meridian: Greenwich. "Corrected to 1850." Wall map. Insets: The Port of Apra, in the Island of Guam. Scale [ca. 1:31 680] -- Torres Strait -- Port Jackson -- Storm Bay -- Port Dalrymple -- The entrance to Macquarie Harbour, in Van Diemen's Land -- A sketch of the Bay of Islands, in New Zealand -- A sketch of the Southern Port, in Stewart's Island -- Part of the S.W. side of the Frith of the Thames, in New Zealand -- The entrance to Jokeehangar River.
- Pacific Ocean
- Pacific Ocean—Maps, Maps—Pacific Ocean—1850, and Nautical charts—Pacific Ocean—1850
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