[Sketch for a plan of the north-eastern frontier of the Cape of Good Hope. Map 4]

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1823-12-10
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Bonamy, J
Great Britain. Army. Royal Engineers
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The eastern border of the territory is shown by the by the Great Brak River, from its confluence in the south with the Great Fish River, to the point at which it reaches the Ysterberg Peak in the north. The western border is formed by the Seekoei River. There is an inset of a portion of the Seekoei River north of the Agter-Renosterberg.
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Signed by J Bonamy, Capt. h.p. 6th Regt. - Scale 1' = 18 furlongs [1:142,560]. - 1 coloured manuscript map in ink on linen-backed paper; 70 x 87 cm. - Orientation magnetic north. Grid drawn in pencil. - Grahamstown Royal Engineers' office stamp 1861; A.1., K. 1.- 025 on verso. - [Notes] Royal Engineers' Office, 10 December 1823; Sketch No. 4 sketch'd on a base formed by the Elands and Zuure Bergen. - Copy imperfect; part of Eastern Border missing.
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Cape Colony. Boundaries, Cape of Good Hope (South Africa). Boundaries, Graaf-Reinet (District)
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