View in Turon bay
<img src="https://historyarchive.org/images/books/books-a/an-authentic-account-of-an-embassy-from-the-king-of-great-britain-to-the-emperor-of-china-v03-1797/plates/16-view-in-turon-bay.jpg" alt="View in Turon bay from An Authentic Account of an Embassy from the King of Great Britain to the Emperor of China [Vol. 3: Plates] (1797)" />
View in Turon bay, taken from the point of a small island, on which a few of the natives are assembling for the purpose of making an offering to the deity in a humble temple, consisting only of a few poles that support a thatched roof. The boat approaching the island, with the rowers standing, is one belonging to the governor of the district. The Lion and Hindostan are seen at anchor in the bay.