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Kolkata suspension bridge bridge.

Kolkata suspension bridge bridge.

Howrah bridge kolkata.

Bridge calcutta kolkata.

Kolkata night out india.

Crocodile saltwater estuarine.

Vasco da Gama op audiëntie bij koning van Calcutta

Botanical Study of Indian Mulberry (Morinda citrifolia)

A Radish Plant, Seed, and Flower

A Plan of the Docks, Slips, and Dock-yard, Constructing at Calcutta

Cactus Plant in Flower

Ashoka Tree Flower, Leaves, Pod, and Seed

Two Sides of a Bengal River Fish

Decoration from "[Narrative of a journey through the Upper Provinces of India from Calcutta to Bombay 1824-25. (With notes upon Ceylon.) An account of a journey to Madras and the Southern Provinces, 1826, and letters written in India. [Edited by Amelia Heber.]]"

Weigler, Rufons Magpie, Pica Vagabunga. Natives of Calcutta.

Wikipedia:en=Kangaroo from "Reconnoitering Voyages and Travels, with adventures in the New Colonies of South Australia, ... including visits to the Nicobar and other islands of the Indian Seas, Calcutta, the Cape of Good Hope, and St. Helena, during the years 1836-38. Embellished by engravings"

Sentinel Island from "Reconnoitering Voyages and Travels, with adventures in the New Colonies of South Australia, ... including visits to the Nicobar and other islands of the Indian Seas, Calcutta, the Cape of Good Hope, and St. Helena, during the years 1836-38. Embellished by engravings"

Egypt from "The Anglo-Indian Passage, homeward and outward; or a Card for the Overland Traveller from Southampton, to Bombay, Madras and Calcutta. With letters descriptive of the homeward passage, and notices of Gibraltar, Malta, etc"

Grand Harbor from "The Anglo-Indian Passage, homeward and outward; or a Card for the Overland Traveller from Southampton, to Bombay, Madras and Calcutta. With letters descriptive of the homeward passage, and notices of Gibraltar, Malta, etc"

map from "The Anglo-Indian Passage, homeward and outward; or a Card for the Overland Traveller from Southampton, to Bombay, Madras and Calcutta. With letters descriptive of the homeward passage, and notices of Gibraltar, Malta, etc"

Egypt from "The Anglo-Indian Passage, homeward and outward; or a Card for the Overland Traveller from Southampton, to Bombay, Madras and Calcutta. With letters descriptive of the homeward passage, and notices of Gibraltar, Malta, etc"

[Women Grinding Paint, Calcutta]

Egypt from "The Anglo-Indian Passage, homeward and outward; or a Card for the Overland Traveller from Southampton, to Bombay, Madras and Calcutta. With letters descriptive of the homeward passage, and notices of Gibraltar, Malta, etc"

Cleopatra's Needle from "The Anglo-Indian Passage, homeward and outward; or a Card for the Overland Traveller from Southampton, to Bombay, Madras and Calcutta. With letters descriptive of the homeward passage, and notices of Gibraltar, Malta, etc"

Egypt from "The Anglo-Indian Passage, homeward and outward; or a Card for the Overland Traveller from Southampton, to Bombay, Madras and Calcutta. With letters descriptive of the homeward passage, and notices of Gibraltar, Malta, etc"

Egypt from "The Anglo-Indian Passage, homeward and outward; or a Card for the Overland Traveller from Southampton, to Bombay, Madras and Calcutta. With letters descriptive of the homeward passage, and notices of Gibraltar, Malta, etc"

Egypt from "The Anglo-Indian Passage, homeward and outward; or a Card for the Overland Traveller from Southampton, to Bombay, Madras and Calcutta. With letters descriptive of the homeward passage, and notices of Gibraltar, Malta, etc"

map from "A History of the reigning family of Lahore, with some account of the Jummoo Rajahs, the Seik Soldiers and their Sirdars. With notes on Malcolm, Prinsep, Lawrence, Steinbach, M'Gregor and the Calcutta Review"

map from "[The Anglo-Indian Passage, homeward and outward; or a Card for the Overland Traveller from Southampton, to Bombay, Madras and Calcutta. With letters descriptive of the homeward passage, and notices of Gibraltar, Malta, etc.]"

Straits of Gibraltar from "[The Anglo-Indian Passage, homeward and outward; or a Card for the Overland Traveller from Southampton, to Bombay, Madras and Calcutta. With letters descriptive of the homeward passage, and notices of Gibraltar, Malta, etc.]"

Egypt from "[The Anglo-Indian Passage, homeward and outward; or a Card for the Overland Traveller from Southampton, to Bombay, Madras and Calcutta. With letters descriptive of the homeward passage, and notices of Gibraltar, Malta, etc.]"

Map of Calcutta from actual survey in the years 1847-1849 /

Town Hall, Calcutta

[H.M.S. Shannon off Calcutta]

[South West View of Government House, Calcutta]

Entrance to Botanical Gardens, Calcutta

[Grindley and Company Building, Calcutta]

"Interior" View of Banyan Tree, Calcutta

[The Cathedral, Calcutta]

[Botanical Gardens, Calcutta]

[Government House, Calcutta]

[View in Calcutta]

[Government House, Calcutta]

[Part of the Exterior of the St. Paul's Cathedral, Calcutta]

Prinsep's Ghat, Calcutta

[Casuarina Trees, Botanic Gardens, Calcutta]

[Government House,Calcutta]

[The St. Pauls Cathedral, Calcutta]

[Town Hall of Calcutta]

[Ochterlony Monument, Calcutta]

[Botanical Gardens, Calcutta]

Outram Institute, Calcutta

[Entrance to Botanical Gardens, Calcutta]

Scotch Kirk, Calcutta

The Bishop's Palace, Calcutta

Orphan School, Calcutta

The Banyan Tree, Calcutta

Town Hall, Calcutta

[Grand Entrance to the Government House, Calcutta]

[New Tank in Camac Street, Chowringhee, Calcutta]

[View of Chowringhee from Government House, Calcutta]

"Seven Taluks," A Native House on the Road to Calcutta

[Kitchen and Stables of Government House, Calcutta]

[Banian Tree in Commissioner Grote's Garden, Alipoor, Calcutta]

[Ghulam Muhammad Mosque, Calcutta]

[View of the City from the Ochterlony Monument, Calcutta]

[Botanical Gardens, Calcutta]

[Temple in the Suburbs of Calcutta]

[Queens Proclamation, Government House, Calcutta, November 1858]

[Botanical Gardens, Calcutta]

[A View in Calcutta Including the Buildings of Payne and Co., the Mountain Hotel, and Scott and Co.]

[View in Calcutta]

Government House, Calcutta

[Great Sikh Gun taken at Ferozshah on the Night of December 21, 1845, Government House, Calcutta]

[Lord Ellenborough's Folly on the Calcutta Course]

[The Earl Canning, K.G., K.S.I., G.C.B., Calcutta]

[Shipping Lying in the Hoogly River, Calcutta]

[Old Burial Ground, Dum Dum, Calcutta]

[N.E. Gate of Government House, Calcutta]

[Burmese Pagoda in the Eden Gardens, Calcutta]

[Spence's Hotel & St. John's Cathedral, Calcutta]

Gateway to Government House, Calcutta

[Shipping in the Hooghly near Fort, Calcutta]

St. John's Church, Calcutta

[Tolly's Nullah, Calcutta]

[Major Bowie B.A. Mry. Sry. to Lord Canning, Calcutta]

[The Countess Canning, Calcutta]

[The Countess Canning, Calcutta]

Shiva Carries the Corpse of Sati

city in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh from "From Calcutta to the Snowy Range; being the narrative of a trip through the Upper Provinces of India to the Himalayas ... By an Old Indian. With eight coloured illustrations and a map. [The preface signed; F. F. W., i.e. Frederick W. Wyman.]"

map from "From Calcutta to the Snowy Range; being the narrative of a trip through the Upper Provinces of India to the Himalayas ... By an Old Indian. With eight coloured illustrations and a map. [The preface signed; F. F. W., i.e. Frederick W. Wyman.]"

map from "From Calcutta to the Snowy Range; being the narrative of a trip through the Upper Provinces of India to the Himalayas ... By an Old Indian. With eight coloured illustrations and a map. [The preface signed; F. F. W., i.e. Frederick W. Wyman.]"

Narasimha Kills the Demon-King Hiranyakashipu

On board "Lady Canning", floating church, Calcutta, India, c. 1875. Elizabeth Ann Rust and baby William.

Interor of a Room: "Our Quarters Calcutta"

Architecture from "Histoire générale des peuples anciens et modernes"

Victoria Calcutta Exhibition, 1883–84

A map of the countries between Constantinople and Calcutta : including Turkey in Asia, Persia, Afghanistan & Turkestan.

Kolkata from "[Pictorial tour round India; with remarks on India past and present, alleged and true causes of Indian poverty, supposed or real, twelve means available for promoting the wealth of the country, etc.]"

Calcutta - 3 oarsmen pulling long, narrow passenger boat