Nos. 446 to 45. Views from 1830-1840, almost rural in character. The sea is absent, only making an appearance in the last two prints.
Nos. 455 to 471. Plans from the years 1839 to 1855.
Nos. 472 to 492. Views and plans relating the revolt of 1842, the bombardment of 1808 [no. 488] and the fire of 1835 [no. 489].
Nos. 493 to 591. Views from 1840 to 1900. The uninterrupted layout shows the evolution of the city’s physiognomy. The drawing shows, on the one hand, the sea at the centre of the scene, with a long general perspective, and on the other enters the city to depict the interior.