By LANGLEY, James and ELLIOT, Captain William; CHAMLER, Lieutenant G.C. , 1820
A Survey of Gros Islet Bay in the Island of St Lucia; The Port of Castries or Le Carenage Island St Lucia
- Author: LANGLEY, James and ELLIOT, Captain William; CHAMLER, Lieutenant G.C.
- Publication place: London
- Publication date: 1820-1830.
- Physical description: Engraved chart.
- Dimensions: 240 by 210mm. (9.5 by 8.25 inches).
- Inventory reference: 11642
Two Admiralty charts of the harbours of Gros Islet and Port Castries in St Lucia.
The survey for the map of Gros Islet was carried out by James Langley aboard H.M.S. Scamander, captained by William Elliot. The survey for the map of Port Castries was carried out by Lieutenant G.C. Chalmer R.N.
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