CARY, George & John, London, 1841
CARY'S NEW TERRESTRIAL GLOBE Drawn from the most recent GEOGRAPHICAL WORKS shewing the whole of the New Discoveries with the TRACKS of the PRINCIPAL NAVIGATORS and every improvement in Geography to the Present Time. LONDON: London Published by G.& J. Cary, St.James's St.Jany.4th.1841.
A fine 15-inch (38.1cm.) diameter terrestrial table globe made up of two sets of twelve hand-coloured engraved gores, the equatorial graduated in degrees and hours and minutes in two directions, the four meridian lines graduated in degrees, the ecliptic graduated in days of the houses of the Zodiac with symbols, the oceans with an analemma and the tracks of numerous explorers including Capt. Butler going out 1794, La Perouse in 1786, Capt. Clerke in 1779, C. Clerke going North, Capt.Clerke return 1779, Capt. Vancouver in 1794, Capt.Rofs's track in 1818, Return of the Resolution in 1780 Capt.Gore's return in 1780, Captain Flinders in 1803, Biscoe in 1831 & 1832, Weddell in 1831-2 and Capt. Cook & Fumeaux going out in 1772, with numerous further dates for many of these voyages and others by the same explorers, with further details such as numerous Rocks, Breakers, Dampier's Shoal or Scot's Reef, Circumcision C. seen by the Swan and Otter 1808, Harbour of St.Peter & St.Paul Here Capt. Clerke was buried and succeeded in the command by Capt.Gore and Karakakooa Bay where Capt. Cook was killed in 1779., the Indian Ocean showing two notes THE OUTER PASSAGE used by Ships coming from the Cape & Europe which crofs the Equator from Sptr. to April and THE MIDDLE PASSAGE preferred by Ships going to the Malabar Coast or Bombay which do not pass the Cape before the 1st.of September., the Antarctic showing notes Islands and Firm Fields of Ice, Enderby's Ld., Balleny Isles Discovered in 1839, 71.10'.the most Southn.Latitude of Capt. Cook, Vast Islands and Firm Fields of Ice, I. Pierre Discovered by Bellinghausen in 1821 and Weddell's furthest, the continents with nation states in dotted outline and delicately hand-coloured red lines, showing numerous details including towns and cities, rivers, mountains, deserts, caravan routes, oases and the Great Wall of China, the northern magnetic pole shown on Boothia, northern Canada with incomplete coastline, America with details such as Dog Rib Indians, Chipeways and New Albion and Unexplored Countries, both in California, Africa showing Kaffraria, Town of the Bakarrikarri, Supposed course of the Webbei, Copper mines of the Fertit, Wells of Bellkashifra, a large expanse of Unknown Parts and numerous other details, Australia showing NUYTs LAND 1627 and Boundary Line between New Holland & New South Wales by the British Patent to the first Governor of New South Wales, the islands of New Zealand labelled in Maori I. Eaheinomauwe and Tavai Poenammoo with the South Island shown joined to the Middle Island (very clean surface with only a few spots of discolouration to varnish, small neat repairs near North Pole, repair with neat redrawing around South Pole), with engraved brass hour dial and meridian circle, the ebonised horizon with hand-coloured engraved paper circle graduated in degrees in both directions, days of the month and of the houses of the Zodiac, with wind directions and edged in red, raised on four baluster turned ebonised legs united by cross-stretchers -- 22in. (55.9cm.) high
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