Drawing from the Houghton Album titled 'Chinese Burying Ground at the back of St. Antonia’s'

This drawing is titled 'Chinese Burying Ground at the back of St. Antonia’s'. It is one of 41 drawings belonging to the Houghton Album, which contains a compilation of views drawn by John Michael Houghton (c. 1797–1874), a midshipman who served on board the HMS Discovery as part of the naval escort that accompanied Raffles on his voyage to Singapore in 1819. The Discovery was commanded by Capt. Daniel Ross (1780–1846), the renowned hydrographer who is documented as having assisted Raffles in choosing the site for the latter’s historic landing on the island on 28 January 1819.

Singapore and Southeast Asia
Image size: 18.9 x 29.2 cm
Accession No.
Collection of
National Museum of Singapore

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