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110 Malay Archipelago. Sumatra, Java, 150 America, S., II., North-east. Guyana

Borneo, &c.

and North Brazils

lll Islands in the Indian Ocean. Mada- 151 America, s., III., Bolivia and Peru
gascar, Mauritius, &c.

152 America, S., IV., Central East. South

112 Japan

Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay

113 Africa, general map

153 America, S., V., La Plata and Chile,

114 Africa, North, I., Morocco

154 America, South, VI., South Patagonia

115 Africa, North, il., Algiers

with South Shetlands

116 Africa, North, III., Tunis and part of 155 Pacific Ocean

Tripoli

156 Polynesia, or Islands in the Pacific

117 Africa, North, IV., Tripoli

157 Australia

118 Africa, North, V., Tripoli, and Egypt 158 New S. Wales, with Plan Sydney

to Alexandria

159 Western Australia.

Van Diemen's

119 Africa. Ancient, or Libya, I., Mau-

Land

ritania to Byzacium

160 Islands of New Zealand

120 Africa, Ancient, or Libya, II., Syrtis 191 Principal Rivers in the World

Minorto Alexandria

121 Egypt, Ancient

PLANS.

122 Egypt, Modern

123 Africa, West, I., Senegal River to 162 Amsterdam

Cape St. Paul.

163 Antwerp

124 Africa, West, II., Central; Bight of

164 Athens

Benın to Lake Tchad

165 Berlin

125 Africa, South, with Environs of Cape 166 Birmingham

and Graham Towns

167 Bordeaux

126 Islands in tlie Atlantic. Azores Cana- 168 Boston

ries, Cape de Verd, &c.

169 Brussels

127 America, North, general, to Panama 170 Calcutta

128 America, North, British

171 Constantinople

129 America, North, Canada and the 172 Copenhagen,

United States, Index Map

173 Diesden

130 America, North, I., Nova Scotia, New 174 Dublin

Brunswick, &c.

175 Dublin, Environs of

131 America, North, II., Lower Canada, 176 Edinburgh

Maine

177 Edinburgh, Eavirons of

132 America, North, 1II., Upper Canada, 178 Florence

New York

179 Frankfort

133 America, North, IV., Lake Superior 180 Geneva

134 America, North, V., Michigan and 181 Genoa

Wisconsin, or North-west Territory 182 Hamburg

135 America, North, VI., New Hamp. 183 Lisbon

shire, Vermont, New York, Massa- 184 Liverpool

chusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, 185 London, West

New Jersey

186 London, East

136 America, North, VII., Pennsylvania, 187 London, Emvirons of

Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Co. 188 Madrid

lumbia

189 Marseille

137 America, North, VIII., Ohio, Ken. 190 Milan

tucky, Indiana

191 Moscow

138 America, N., IX., Missouri, Illinois 192 Munich

139 America, North, X., Arkansas, Ten- 193 Naples

nessee

194 New York

140 America, N., XI., North and South 195 Oporto

Carolina

196 Paris, West

141 America, North, XII., Tennessee, 197 Paris, East

Georgia

198 Paris, Environs of

142 America, North, XIII., Louisiana, 199 Parma

Mississippi, Alabama

200 St. Petersburg

143 America, North, XIV., Florida 201 Philadelphia

144 West India Islands and Caribbean Sea 202 Pompeii

145 British West Indies. Jamaica, Tri- 203 Rome, Ancient

nidad, Antigua, &c.

204 Rome, Modern

146 America, Central, I., Mexico, Guate. 205 Stockholm

mala, to Costereka

206 Syracuse

147 America, Central, II., Texas, Cali. 207 Toulon

fornia, Northern Mexico

208 Turin

148 America, South, General

209 Venice, West

149 America, S., I., North-west. Ecuador, 210 Venice, East, with Environs

New Granada, Venezuela, and part 211 Vienna

of Brazil

212 Warsaw

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