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A Survey of the Arabian Gulf

A detailed manuscript chart of the Gulf: ‘Received from Mr Fulton Master RN’. This chart shows the routes of voyages undertaken in 1807, 1813 and 1817. There are two insets: one of Muscat and Muttrah (1785), the other of Busheer (1809)

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Reference: A721
Date 1785 & 1817
Hydrographer/Surveyor/Artist: Mr Fulton, Master RN
Size Of Original: w 94cm x h 64cm
Paper Type German Hahnemuhle Etching Paper 310gms (original size)

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A721

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This chart shows the entirety of the Gulf from Muscat on the Arabian coast and Mukoa on the Iranian, to the Euphrates and land named as ‘Shat Al Arab’ (now Iraq and Iran). The manuscript plots the routes of various voyages that were undertaken by HM Sloop Scorpion along the Persian coast, in January to March 1807; and HMS Hesper, which ventured south the Arabian coast in May - July 1813; and a latter addition to the chart, in red, and clearly of a different hand, of the islands, from Captain Maude’s voyage in March 1817.


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