Fig. 7. The plan of Juthia, the capital of Siam, and residence of the King, wherein A is the royal palace. B, The palace of the Prince royal. C, The palace of the querry of the King's elephants. D, The church and palace of Mr. Louis the Metropolitan Bishop. E E, The Courts of Berklam's temple. F, The house which formerly belonged to Constantin Faulcon. G, The camp of the Dutch. H, The camp of the Portuguese. I, The Arrack-brewers camp. K, The camps of the Japanese, Peguans and Malaaians. L, Arm of the river running towards the Pyramid Pukathon. M, Arm of the river called Klang Namja. N N, Arm of the river called Pakausan. O O, Arm of the river called Klang Patnam Bija. P P P, The large river Meinam, as it encompasses the city. Q, The camp of the Chinese. R R, The camps of the Cochin Chinese. S, Enclosure for the elephants.