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Sumatran Village. With an inset portrait.
Java: Straits of Sunda. View of Anjer, east coast and islands.
Moluccas: Amboyna. Panoramic view over the harbour and bay.
Java: Batavia (Jakarta). The Mosque of Soerabaija.
Java: Batavia (Jakarta). View of the city from the environs.
Java: Straits of Sunda from the direction of Anjer.
Mud volcano at Java.
Batavia (Jakarta), Java. Bird’s eye view from the Bay of Jakarta over the Dutch settlement.
Halmaheira Island, Molluccas: View of the waterfall at Guru-Guru.
Aceh. Pulo Way and Acheen Head.
Sumatra: Pelambangg. View in the sacred grove of Kuto Besak Fort.
View of Surabaya from Genting bridge.
Batavia (Jakarta). View of the Castle of Batavia with a key.
Atapupu, Timor: View of the estuary and mountains.
Portrait of Javanese woman in traditional dress.
Banjowangui (Banyuwangi), Java: Fformer capital of the Hindu Blambangan kingdom looking towards the Ijen volcano range. After Lavergne Barthlemy, artist on the voyage of La Favorite 1829-32.
Sumatra: Aceh. Fort and village of Pedir.
Java: Portrait of a lady and gentleman in traditional dress.
Celebes (Sulawesi): Fort Rotterdam at Makasser (Ujung Pandang).
Batavia (Jakarta), Java: Double Panorama of the town from the Bay, and of the citadel built by the Dutch in 1619.
Scene in the Spice Islands of natives playing the Rabana and dancing.
Balis Alphabet: Block and cursive texts.
Java: Bird’s Eye view of the port and city. Batavia was the centre of the Dutch East Indies trading empire.
View of a traditional wedding procession.
Batavia (Jakarta). The Governor’s Palace.
Ambon Island, Molluccas: Batu Gajah valley on the outskirts of the port of Ambon.
Java: Batavia (Jakarta). View of the Dutch settlement and galleons in the Bay.
Moluccas: Saparua Island. Ruins of the church at Nolloth, now restored.
Banda Island: Plan of Fort Nassau centre of the Dutch nutmeg trade from 1609.
Sumatra: Sultan of Achem (Aceh).
Indonesian Priestesses in traditional dress.
The boat of the Chief of Gebe Island.
Moluccas: Ambon Island. Portait of an islander prepared for war.
Bantam (Banten), Java: Panorama of the city with galleons in the bay (possibly depicting the 1601 Dutch victory over the Portuguese). The most important port for the spice trade until the late 18th century when its harbour silted up.
Ternate, Molluccas: View of the mount erupting with inset plan of the fort founded in 1522 by the Portuguese governor Antonio de Brito.
Java: Batavia (Jakarta). Scenes from everyday life, from transport to socialising and fishing.
Sumatra: Straits of Sunda, Telok Betong. View of houses in forest area, two men in foreground.
Ambon Island, Molluccas: The waterfall at Batu Gantong on the outskirts of the port of Ambon.