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English: Map of the northern and western part of the Chinese Empire - "Thibet, Mongolia, and Mandchouria". The borders are shown as per the 1686 Treaty of Nerchinsk. (They were to be changed drastically in 1858-60, by treaty of Aigun and subsequent agreements). The main Russian center in Transbaikalia is still Nerchinsk, rather than Chita. The outline of Sakhalin Island is already shown fairly correctly, but the body of water separating it from the mainland is still labeled "Gulf of Tartary" (rather than '"Strait).
Français : Carte des parties Nord et Ouest de l'Empire chinois — « Thibet, Mongolie and Mandchourie ». Les frontières sont montrées telles qu'elles étaient définies par le Traité de Nerchinsk de 1686. (Elles allaient être grandement changées en 1858-1860 par le traité d'Aigun et les accords suivants). Le principal centre russe en Transbaïkalie est encore Nerchinsk, plutôt que Chita. Le contour de l'île Sakhaline est déjà décrit très correctement, mais l'étendue d'eau la séparant du continent est encore qualifiée de « golfe de Tartarie » (plutôt que « détroit »).
中文: 中国皇国,北部和西部。
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Source John Tallis' atlas of the world. Reproduced at http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~821~60126:Thibet,-Mongolia,-and-Mandchouria-- (the last version uploaded is from there), http://www.jpmaps.co.uk/mapimages/originals/33621.jpg , and elsewhere
Author Martin, R.M.; Tallis, J. & F. The staff of John Tallis: The Illustrations by H. Winkles & Engraved by G. Greatbach. The Map Drawn & Engraved by J. Rapkin.
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