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Tawurk, the grandfather of Garshâsp, captures Sarnud of Hind (India).

Bahrâm Gûr during his sojourn in India kills a unicorn (kharg).

Iskandar marches through Hind (India) where the people of the cities open their gates to him.

Bahrâm Gûr disguised as his own ambassador gives a letter to Shangal, king of Hind (India).

Tenth map of Asia (India), with full gold border.

In India if the dead person has a wife, friend, or brother who is willing, they can be burnt on the pyre with the dead man. Four people are shown in a funeral pyre.

India Orient.

America, siue, India Nova.

A general chart of the West India's [sic]

East India.

India, or the Mogul's Empire.

A large chart of part of the coast of GUZARATT and INDIA from Diu head to Bombay

A large draught of parrt of the coast of INDIA from Bombay to Bassalore

Don Alexander Wingbeard, an Indian Govenour, and Mynheer Bluff, a Dutch skipper

Trees & shrubs of India; Two sorts of cotton trees; The ja ka; The li chi.

A chart of all the known islands off the coast of Zenjibar & Madagascar lying in the way to India.

Habit of a lady of Indostan. Femme des Indes Orientales.

Habit of a lady of Indostan. Femme des Indes Orientales.

The habit of Allaverdy Cann, grandfather and predecessor to Suraja Dowla. Allaverdy Cann, ayeul et predecessor de Suraja Dowla.

Habit of dervise of India in 1700. Dervichedes Indes.

Habit of Aurengzeeb. Aurengzeeb.

Habit of a lady of Indostan. Femme des Indes Orientales.

Habit of a lady of Indostan. Femme des Indes Orientales.

Habit of a merchant of Indostan in 1700. Marchand d'Indostan.

Habit of a lady of Indostan. Femme des Indes Orientales.

Habit of a woman of East India in 1581. Femme des Indes Orientales.

A new map of North America : with the British, French, Spanish, Dutch & Danish dominions on that great continent, and the West India Islands, according to the definitive treaty concluded at Paris 10th February 1763

Amaranthus Indicus spinosus, Spica et caule rubentibus = Schola Bot.. = Amaranto spinoso . [Spiny Amaranth from India]

Bidens Indica, Hieracÿ folio, caule alato = Verbesina alata = L' Eupatoire aquatique. [Beggartick from India]

Opuntia, vulgo Herbariorum = Ficus Indica, folio spinoso, fructu majore = Fico d'India = Raquette, ou Cardasse. [Prickly Pear, Indian Fig]

Opuntia major, validissimis Spinis munito = Fico d'India spinissimo = Raquette, ou Cardasse. [Indian Fig, Semaphore Prickly pear]

Cannacorus latifolius vulgaris = Canna d'India = Balisier. [Canna]

Hyacinthus Indicus tuberosus = Tuberoso = Iacinthe [Hyacinth from India]

An accurate map of North America : describing and distinguishing the British and Spanish dominions of this great continent according to the definitive treaty concluded at Paris 10th Feby. 1763 : also all the West India Islands belonging to, and possessed by the several European princes and states

A new and correct map of North America with the West India Islands : divided according to the last treaty of peace, concluded at Paris, 10th Feby. 1763 ; wherein are particularly distinguished, the several provinces and colonies, which compose the British Empire

Festival procession, musicians and white robed attendants bearing green litter with elaborate white canopy, carrying a man and a woman

Seated blacksmith surrounded by tools

Camel and rider in white robe, with two white buildings and figures standing in the background

Male miller with two oxen, seated man in the background

3 toddy gatherers(?) and 1 woman drinking and resting in front of small building

Man in white dhoti and red hat, carrying flat basket of greens in arm

Servant in white shirt, red dhoti, striped belt, and blue hat

3 men holding another man down to ground

Casket with 4 bearers, 2 aristocrats leading procession

Seated male silversmith/jewelrymaker in front of small jewellry and tools

Man in white dhoti with two orange bundles on stick over shoulder

Seated male emroiderer on blue striped rug

Two white oxen pulling cart bearing furniture and driver, following attendant in blue coat

Seated male butcher with meat hanging on hooks, in front of a goat head

Two women spinning white threads

Male spice/salt vendor holding a balance

Woman in blue sari

Horse-drawn two-wheeled carriage with blue wheels

Elabroate red carriage with 5 attendants, drawn by 6 elephants with 6 mahouts

Servant/toddy gatherer, puring white liquid into blue barrel

Dancing girl in green skirt and pink scarf, right arm raised

Woman in red sari, arms at sides

Man in white clothes, green belt and red head cover

Musical procession of 3 men with instruments, leading towards large white temple on a hill

Seated male emroiderer on blue striped rug

Female spinner in front of white building

Seated female fishmonger in pink sari

Seated male silversmith/jewelrymaker in front of small jewellry and tools

Seated female fishmonger in white sari

2 white oxen in red coverings drawing green carriage with driver, female passenger in green dress, and 1 attendant

Horse drawn two-wheeled white carriage with driver and male passenger

Man in white dhoti with green belt and red hat

Man in white dhoti, holding spear

Six servants standing around green palanquin on the ground

Festival procession, Hanuman/green monkey god figure on litter, with 8 bearers, and 2 others leading, making offerings

Musician with stringed instrument in white shirt with red belt

Aristocrat and porter

Man in white ironing at table

Woman in red sari with basket on head

Seated male food vendor roasting meat on spit, fanning flames

Oxen-drawn green and pink carriage with female passenger, driver and servant

Woman in white sari carrying green bundle on head

Seated female fishmonger (the top of her sari is not painted)

Seated female salt merchant in red sari

Male servant in white with purple hookah and rug under arm

Woman in red sari with two orange bundles on stick over shoulder

Toddy gatherers in landscape with palm trees

Seated female salt merchant in red sari

Snake charmers, 3 men and 1 woman

Male spice/salt vendor holding a balance

Seated male carpenter sawing a board, with tools on the ground

Servant/toddy gatherer, puring white liquid into blue barrel

Dancing girl in green skirt and pink scarf, left arm raised

Funeral pyre set afire by male servant in white dhoti, 5 seated servants observing

Male servant with straw broom

Seated male carpenter sawing a wood board, with tools on the ground

2 male musicians and 4 dancing/playing girls with sticks in circle

Seated male carpenter sawing a wood board, with tools on the ground

Seated male carpenter sawing a board, with tools on the ground

Musician with stringed instrument in white shirt and green belt

Hunting scene, leopard attacking one of two elephants, howdahs, mahouts

Elephant with caparison and howdah. Mahout in white robe and attendants, buildings in the background

Closed green palanquin with umbrella, male passenger, four bearers in red robes, and one attendant

Aristocrats (9 men) standing on dais with ornate rugs

Elabroate red carriage with 5 attendants, drawn by 6 elephants with 6 mahouts

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