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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.
Balis Alphabet: Block and cursive texts.
Sumatra: Pelambangg. View in the sacred grove of Kuto Besak Fort.
Batavia (Jakarta). View of the fortifications and port built on the site of Jayakarta to become the centre of the Dutch East Indies Company.
Halmaheira Island, Molluccas: View of the waterfall at Guru-Guru.
Batavia (Jakarta), Java. Bird’s eye view from the Bay of Jakarta over the Dutch settlement.
Ambon Island, Molluccas: Batu Gajah valley on the outskirts of the port of Ambon.
Moluccas (Maluku Islands): Saparua Island. Ruins of the church at Nolloth, now restored.
Celebes (Sulawesi): Fort Rotterdam at Makasser (Ujung Pandang).
Ambon Island, Molluccas: The waterfall at Batu Gantong on the outskirts of the port of Ambon.
Banda Island: Plan of Fort Nassau centre of the Dutch nutmeg trade from 1609.
Batavia (Jakarta). View of the Castle of Batavia with a key.
Atapupu, Timor: View of the estuary and mountains.
Ternate, Molluccas: View of the mount erupting with inset plan of the fort founded in 1522 by the Portuguese governor Antonio de Brito.
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.
Batavia (Jakarta). The Governor’s Palace.
Sumatra: Sultan of Achem (Aceh).
Batavia (Jakarta), Java: Double Panorama of the town from the Bay, and of the citadel built by the Dutch in 1619.