D•1norElnn]; IPtrofles 'tho snowy r)uises m!' 1jith
1~LThe Karakorilm,with the plateaux in Turkislian, nnd the Kuenliien.
Drawn and surveyed by Hermann and Robert de Sthlagintweil.
IN. PROFILE OF THE DAPSANO-PANORAMA. 16. PROFILE OF THE AKTAGH-PANORAMA.
Drava mail surveyed by Hermann tor. No 37oî Brawn and surveyed by Ilernienn.lac. No 371,
The Dipaaag and the »184k profiles combined include the principal objects to the north and south of the Karakordm erect_rasi deserted plateaux !probably the most elevated of our globe' and snowy peaks of unexpected height. Ar the principal peaks we mention the the latter I187T6 Itt being the second in height as yet known of all the peaks of Bith Asia. The total area of both profiles combined exceeds 410°
The Sdmgal and Yurungkish profiles
18. PROFILE OF THE YURUNOKi1SH -PANORAMA.
Drawn and annoyed by Bormann. la Ro*a711
1T. PROFILE OF THE SUMGAL - PANORAMA.
Drawn by'Ilrrmann, surveyed by hobo Se .ev.
enpeerrn outline of the Kneelrien Though the number of peaks comprised w Imsited by the short distance of the southern foot of the Kuenlden from ils crest, yet the general ehar.der of the prig
ridge is apparent. We could not. however. find upon il a peak excerdtnd :8000 ft. The Sr mdal panorama include, Dearly 9" of the entire horizon, 190"
WO(111/1,11041. 1.114710•16 Or T. meow..
Sec the explanations al the rod of plate I â the -Panoramic Profiles-