, rated manuscript "R7" and "3/7½" and showing "INDIA/Packet Letter/PAID" in circle in red, light "MALTA/F" d.s. and boxed "½" in green applied at Falmouth, and a London transit d.s. Perhaps the finest of the very few existing letters that can be catagorically ascribed to have been carried by Col. Chesney's ill-fated "Euphrates Route". Photo " /> cover 1836 (31 Aug.) entire letter from Calcutta to Scotland<I> "By the overland Mail of 16 Sept. from Bombay by way of Korna and the Persian Gulph."</I>, rated manuscript<I> "R7"</I> and<I> "3/7½"</I> and showing "INDIA/Packet Letter/PAID" in circle in red, light "MALTA/F" d.s. and boxed<I> "½"</I> in green applied at Falmouth, and a London transit d.s. Perhaps the finest of the very few existing letters that can be catagorically ascribed to have been carried by Col. Chesney's ill-fated "Euphrates Route". Photo | Christie's