vii + 218 pages + advertisements. Steel-engraved frontispiece and title vignette; steel engraved plates, 1 fold-out, and maps throughout. Original gilt-decorated green morocco, lightly rubbed at extremities and spotted in places, lacking ffep otherwise a very clean example.
Bartlett, W.H., The Nile Boat; or, Glimpses of the Land of Egypt, Arthur Hall, Virtue, and Co., 1849
OCKLEY, Simon, The History Of The Saracens: Containing The Lives Of Abubeker, Omar, Othman, Ali, Hasan, Moawiyah I, Yezid I, Moawiyah II, Abdollah, Merwan I, and Abdol Melick, the immediate Successors of Mahomet, Giving An Account of their most remarkable Battles, sieges &c. particularly those of Aleppo, Antioch, Damascus, Alexandria, and Jerusalem. Illustrating The Religion, Rites, Customs and Manner of Living of that Warlike People., Printed for R. Knaplock, J. Sprint, R. Smith, B. Lintott, and J. Round. , 1718
Ortelius, Abraham, Epitome du Theatre du Monde. Auquel se represente, tant par figures que characteres, la vraye situation, nature, & propriete de la terre Universelle. Reveu, corrige, & augmente de plusieurs Cartes, pour la derniere Fois, De l’Imprimerie Plantinienne, pour Philippe Galle 1590
Mandeville, John, Tractato dele piu’ maraviliose cose e piu’ notabile che si trouino in le parte del mondo redutte e colte sotto brevita in lo presente compendio del strenuissimo caualiere Ioanne de Mandauilla anglico nato nela cipta de sancto Albano, Per Manfredo de Sustreno daca Bonis 1505
Sorbière, Samuel de; Sprat, Dr. Thomas, A Voyage to England: Containing Many Things relating to the State of Learning, Religion, and Other Curiosities of the Kingdom; As also, Observations on the Fame Voyage, by Dr. Thomas Sprat, Fellow of the Royal Society, and now Lord Bishop of Rochester; With, A Letter of Monsieur Sorbiere’s Concerning the War between England and Holland in 1652, Printed and Sold by J. Woodward, 1709
Biographies & Letters
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