Pamoramir, :Profiles of ilne snowy ranges of High A a.
. V The ranges of Western Tibet, between thé Himalaya and.Kar&koritm.
Drawn and surveyed by Hermann, Adolphe, and Robert, de Schlaglntweit.
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N. PROFILE OF THE Kl1NJI—PANORAMA.
The Kdyl peak, la Laddk, is most favourable 'hooted for obtaining a wide and comprehensive . of the s large groups of snowy peaks surrounding Ihi, point i almost every direction They present a cyclic su siom but hole interrupted.. of which wo took advantage to resod
the paaoraau over nearly the obole of the horizon. As the ruomtit of the Kd.ji peak passes beyond view :now limit. also most of the ridges in its immediate neighbourhood present themselves coved with snow and .erondary glaciers. Drawn and survlyed by Adolphe, 1858. Only. IOr. N. 618_1.1
'nor rdber• ill I of Ibis panorama. extending for BO'. over the Tibetan ranges. from the Ilimbab to the Rik peak. is the ivmhediatr eootinnation of the panoramic profile No U. Roth together form a complete grin. panorama, and were only manta* in order to allow of the employment of a larger wale.
Hawn and surveyed by Adolphe, 1860 uaober. •ttc No sty.i
12. PROFILE OF THE RUNE VARA—PANORAMA h R I. sr
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Sec the explanatums at the foot of plate I of the ,I'anoramhc Profiles'