An outline chart shewing the track of the Honble. Hudsons Bay Company's steam vessel "Labouchere" from the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans through the Straits of Magelhaens, and the inner Passages of Sarmiento, and Smyth's Channels in November and December 1858. By J. F. Trivett


Tierra del Fuego, Straits of Magelhaens, Gulf of Penas

In Collection:
Creator Language Identifier
  • Ruggles Number: 472A
  • G1/173
Date created Resource type Rights statement Extent
  • 1 sheet ; 66 x 53 cm
Geographic coverage Coordinates
  • -53.9282, -71.10214
Additional physical characteristics
  • 1:1,520,640
Physical repository Collection
  • Early B.C. Maps from the Hudson's Bay Company Archives
Provider Genre Date digitized
  • May 10, 2013
  • 1 inch:ca. 24 miles First anchorage Gregory Bay a good stopping place; second " Sandy Point (a Chilian settlement) good anchorage; third " York Roads an indifferent anchorage; fourth " Playa Parda cove safe place for steamers; fifth " Welcome Bay a good anchorage; sixth " Puerto Bueno a safe and secure harbour; seventh " Sandy Bay very confined & requires examination; eighth " English Narrows safe, but intricate, requires examination
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