Sketch shewing the route travelled between the Natal and Cape Colonies by the Commanding Royal Engineer on a tour of inspection from sketches made by Lieut. Jervois Royl. Engineers. [Map 16]
Jervois, William Francis, 1821-1897
Great Britain. Army. Royal Engineers
Route taken by Lieut.-Col. Piper and Lieut. Jervois through Natal, crossing the Drakensberg into the present Free State and on to the Eastern Cape. Names of settlers and their farms are noted along the route. The Drakensberg has been placed, by Jervois, in its correct position. Contemporary printed maps did this incorrectly.
Drawn by J. Reid. 25th March 1847. - Scale 2.5 inches = 30 miles [1:762,320]. - 1 coloured manuscript map in ink on fine wove paper; 48 x 89 cm. - Orientation true north; standard degree grid based on Greenwich. - Grahamstown Royal Enigineers' office stamp; A.18; G.78 on verso
Cape Colony. , Natal Colony , Orange Free State , Transorangia , Drakensberg