Lithographs by Charles Haghe; 11 Col. Plts., 1 Map, 51x38 cm. (Originally pub. in 1846)
The territory of Scinde is between the 23rd and 29th degrees of north latitude and 67th and 70th degrees of east longitude, with the river Indus nearly in its center and compromising all the portion of its valley between the Buhawalpur territories to the north, the ocean to the south, east and west of the desert tracts which intervene between it and the province of Cutch and the mountains separating it from the higher country of Baluchistan. Originally published in 1846, the present set contains ten breathtaking coloured lithographs capturing the beauty, drama and grandeur of scinde.