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St Salvador and its Harbour: Double panorama with key.
Tamaraca: Panoramic view of Fort Oranje. Originally settled by the Portuguese, the island was captured by the Dutch in the 17th century.
Rio de Janeiro. After Barthelemy Lauvergne, artist on the voyage of La Bonite 1836-7.
Itaparica Island: Itaparica Town at the mouth of Todos os Santos bay across from Sao Salvador.
Rio de Janeiro: Panorama from Santa Thereza with key during the War of Canudos.
Rio de Janeiro and Port Marchand de la Saude.
Olinda: With key in Latin.
Catas Altas: Lake at the base of the eastern slope of the Espinhaco Range.
Sao Salvador and Baia de Todos os Santos. With key in Latin.
Panorama from Sugar Loaf Mountain to the Convent of San Bento.
Gloria Church, Rio de Janeiro with the Sugar Loaf Mountain in the distance. After Theodore-Auguste Fisquet, artist on the voyage of La Bonite 1836-7.
Fort Nassau: View of the Dutch Fort in Pernambuco from the Xingu river. With key.
Tijouka Waterfall on the outskirts of Rio De Janeiro. After Barthelemy Lauvergne, artist on the voyage of La Bonite 1836-7.
Sirinhaem: Panoramic view of the Dutch fort. With key in Latin.
Boavista: Showing the Capivaribi River bridge erected by the Prince of Nassau and the banqueting hall built to celebrate its completion. Key in Latin.
Natal: Rio Grande do Norte: Citadel at the mouth of the Potenji River. With the arms of Northeastern Dutch Brazil and a key in Latin
Olinda: View in the port.
Rio de Janeiro: Panorama from Nictheroy during the War of Canudos.
Bombardment of the harbour by Admiral Mello during the naval revolts. With text and key to ships.
Recife: The stone reef and harbour.