Map of Fort William In Its Context, Gobindapur, Calcutta , 1844

Fort William 2 map

Fort William Govindpore Map

ফোর্ট উইলিয়াম মানচিত্র, গবিন্দপুর, কলকাতা, ১৮৪৪
Map of the New Fort William campus at Gobindapur, Calcutta. Designed by John Brohier, the fort was an irregular octagon with seven gates, surrounded by extensive defences.  Its construction was completed in 1781 at a cost of approximately two million pounds. Above each of the gates was a residence for commanding officers. The towers in the print are those of the fort church of Saint Peter. The construction of the fort altered the entire urban plan of Calcutta and the city flourished and grew under its protective ramparts. Large areas of the jungle were cleared to provide a clear line of fire, and the resulting flat spaces were eventually filled by buildings.
Prepared by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, 1844

Battle of Calcutta Military Plan, 1756; Left Part

কলকাতা পুনর্দখল-কালীন সামরিক নকশা – বাম ভাগ ১৭৫৬

Plan for the intelligence of the military operations at Calcutta, when Attacked and Taken by Seerajah Dowlet, 1756 [Left Part]

Battle of Calcutta Military Plan, 1756; Right Part

কলকাতা পুনর্দখল-কালীন সামরিক নকশা ; দক্ষিণ ভাগ – ১৭৫৬
Plan for the intelligence of the military operations at Calcutta, when Attacked and Taken by Seerajah Dowlet, 1756  [Right Part]

Calcutta : David Rumsey Historical Map, 1842

কলকাতা মানচিত্র, ১৮৪২
Calcutta. Published under the superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. London, published by Chapman & Hall, 186, Strand, Novr. 1842. (1844)
David Rumsey Historical Map Collection

Calcutta : Map with references to institutions, 1893

কলকাতা, প্রতিষ্ঠান-নির্দেশক সহ মানচিত্র, ১৮৯৩
This Calcutta map, prepared by The Edinburgh Geographic Institute, and appeared in 1893 as a Constable’s Hand Atlas of India.

Calcutta : Map with references to institutions, 1924

কলকাতা, প্রতিষ্ঠান-নির্দেশক সহ মানচিত্র, ১৯২৪
Published in 1924 for Murray’s Handbook.

Plan of Calcutta: 1784-85

পথ-নির্দেশক সহ কলকাতা মানচিত্র,  মার্ক উড নির্মিত নকশা, ১৭৮৪-৮৫
Plan of Calcutta; reduced by permission of the Commissioners of Police from the original one executed for them by Lieu Colonel Mark Wood in the years 1784 & 1785.. The parts of the Town, which are inhabited by Europeans are dotted (except Chowringhy) to distinguish them from those inhabited by the Natives
Published in October 1792 by William Baillie