8vo., contemporary full leather binding, pp. , viii, 304. Binding bumped, rubbed and chipped, hinges tender, very minor worm damage to the middle of the outer margin continuing from front endpaper to p. 90, pages browned and foxed; otherwise a good, clean copy.
MACLEAN, Charles., An Excursion in France, and Other Parts of the Continent of Europe; from the Cessation of Hostilities in 1801, to the 13th of December 1803. Including a narrative of the unprecedented detention of the English travellers in that country, as prisoners of war., [A. Strahan] for T. N. Longman and O. Rees, 1804
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SKU: 034654 Categories: Biographies & Letters, European Travel, French, History, Military History, Travel Tags: 1801, 1803, Britain, Charles Maclean, detention, England, Europe, Excursion in France, France, Maclean, Military History, Napoleon, Napoleonic Wars, political history, politics, prisoners of war, to the 13th of December 1803. Including a narrative of the unprecedented detention of the English travelers in that country, Travel, war
Smith, J. Calvin., The Illustrated Hand-Book, a New Guide for Travelers Through the United States of America: Containing a Description of the States, Cities, Towns, Villages, Watering Places, Colleges, Etc., Etc.; with the Railroad, Stage, and Steamboat routes, the Distance, Sherman & Smith 1849