C1825

Plan of Port Cockburn between Bathurst & Melville Islands, From a survey made by Lt. J.S.Roe in Octr. 1824.

Mapmaker:

John Septimus Roe (1797 - 1878)

Detailed map of Port Cockburn, Apsley Strait (present day Beagle Gulf), with insets of Fort Dundas and a Plan of King’s Cove. The Fort Dundas British settlement was established in September 1824 with the goal of developing trade with Malays. … Read Full Description

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S/N: ROE-AM-NT-1825–187223
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Full Title:

Plan of Port Cockburn between Bathurst & Melville Islands, From a survey made by Lt. J.S.Roe in Octr. 1824.

Date:

C1825

Mapmaker:

John Septimus Roe (1797 - 1878)

Condition:

In good condition. Vertical fold as issed

Technique:

Copper engraving.

Image Size: 

130mm 
x 188mm
AUTHENTICITY
Plan of Port Cockburn between Bathurst & Melville Islands, From a survey made by Lt. J.S.Roe in Octr. 1824. - Antique Map from 1825

Genuine antique
dated:

1825

Description:

Detailed map of Port Cockburn, Apsley Strait (present day Beagle Gulf), with insets of Fort Dundas and a Plan of King’s Cove. The Fort Dundas British settlement was established in September 1824 with the goal of developing trade with Malays. It was a short lived failure and abandoned in February 1829. From, Narrative of a Survey of the Intertropical and Western Coasts of Australia by Phillip Parker King.

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