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This detail shows "two of the vessels made use of by the Chinese. The first of these marked (A), is a junk of about a hundred and twenty tons burthen, and was what the Centurion hove down by; these are most in the great rivers, though they sometimes…

"The Emperor having been informed that, in the course of our travels in China we had shown a strong desire of seeing every thing curious and interesting, was pleased to give directions to the first minister to shew us his park or garden at Gehol. It…

On stone below image: Horsburgh Lighthouse. October 1851. T. Picken lith. Day & Son to the Queen. Singapore straits Barbukit hill false Barbukit China Sea. J.M. Richardson 23 Cornhill London; on mount in ink: Pharos ego cum nomen prÊbunt…

Lower left (l.l.) in ink: 1849; on mount in ink: Pulo Tioman, Pahang
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