Plan of the Eastern Frontier Cape of Good Hope and the adjacent country of the Kaffr [sic] tribes. The red tint[s] shew the present colonial boundary; the military posts are marked in red. [Map 14]

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1846-12
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Reid, John
Great Britain. Army. Royal Engineers
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Topographical map giving a view of the eastern frontier before the war of the Axe of 1847. The table of distances between the towns and forts was unusual at the time.
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Compiled and drawn by J. Reid. Decr 1846. - Scale of 8 miles to an inch [1:506,880]. - I coloured manuscript map in ink on linen backed paper; 46 x 68 cm. - Orientation; magnetic and true north. - Grid drawn in pencil. - Grahamstown Royal Engineers' office stamp 1861; A.3; O.47 on verso. - Table of latitudes of principal place. - Table of distances.
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Cape Colony. Boundaries, Cape of Good Hope (South Africa). Boundaries, Eastern Cape (South Africa). Boundaries, Eastern Frontier
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