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  • A Practical Introduction to the Study of Japanese Writing. by CHAMBERLAIN, Basil, Hall.
    CHAMBERLAIN, Basil, Hall.
    A Practical Introduction to the Study of Japanese Writing.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Sampson Low, Marston & Co. Ltd, 1899. New half calf (dark blue) with corresponding buckram cloth. Gilt titles to spine. New end papers. Text and Japanese characters throughout. Ex library, but the rebinding has resulted in very few library marks remaining. Chamberlain was one of the foremost Japanologists active in the Nineteenth Century. He wrote some of the earliest translations of haiku into English. During his tenure at the Tokyo Imperial University, he sent many Japanese artifacts to the Pitt Rivers Museum at Oxford. [vi], 1-480, [vi]. pp

    Condition: A lovely copy of this work. The binding is immaculate (it was finished last week!). Inside, the first 4 leaves have moderate foxing to them. The rest of the book is clean and tidy, with just a little darkening to the edges. Library marks are limited to a stamp to the verso of the title pages, then small discreet stamps to the top of page 1, and the bottom of page 480. Tape residue to the last page (list of author's other works).

    Book ID: 1669
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  • a treatise on the conversion of Hindus, and on the failure of the Catholic Church to do the same.
    A Reply to the Letters of the Abbe Dubois on the State of Christianity in India. by HOUGH, Rev. James
    HOUGH, Rev. James
    A Reply to the Letters of the Abbe Dubois on the State of Christianity in India.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: L. B. Seeley & Son, 1824. Original paper covered cloth boards with cloth spine. Title neatly painted (at a later date it seems) in two colours to the spine. Bookplate to the inside board showing that the book was gifted to the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts in 1867. A second stamp to the front end paper from the SPGFP. No other marks. The book is presented in six sections. 1) on the possibility of converting Hindus (Hindoos). 2) The nature and failure of Catholic efforts 3) the nature of Protestant efforts. 4) The success of Protestant efforts. 5) the present state of the Syrian church in Travancore and 6) the duty and policy of promoting Christianity in India. iv, 322. pp

    Condition: A clean and tidy copy of this first edition. A touch of darkening to the boards with a little rubbing to the edges. Internally clean and tidy throughout, with just a little darkening. No significant marks beyond the end papers. A nice copy.

    Book ID: 1388
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  • A Voyage to Senegal; by DURAND, J.P.L.
    DURAND, J.P.L.
    A Voyage to Senegal; Or, Historical, Philosophical, and Political Memoirs, Relative To The Discoveries, Establishments, and Commerce of Europeans In The Atlantic Ocean, From Cape Blanco to the River of Sierra Leone. To Which Is Added An Account Of A Journey From Isle St. Louis To Galam.

    London: Richard Phillips, 1806. First English edition. Recent half leather binding with marbled boards and matching endpapers. Translated from the French. Fold out frontis map entitled: 'Western Coast of Africa, from Cape Blanco to the River of Sierra Leone with the courses of the Rivers Senegal and Gambia, Shewing the Journey of M. Durand from Senegal to Galam', plus seven aquatint plates. 181 + (3) pp. 215 x 135 mm (8½ x 5¼ inches).

    Condition: Contents have foxing throughout. Two plates are in facsimile.

    Book ID: 2620
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  • Among Cannibals. An account of four years travels in Australia and of camp life with the Aborigines of Queensland by LUMHOLTZ, Carl
    LUMHOLTZ, Carl
    Among Cannibals. An account of four years travels in Australia and of camp life with the Aborigines of Queensland

    London: John Murray, 1889. 1st Edition. 2 coloured folding maps, 24 plates, frontis and four coloured lithographs. Complete. Recent green library buckram (but does not appear to be a library copy). Internally clean and tidy, but one plate is almost detached. Otherwise in very good condition. XX, 396 pp.

    Book ID: 2449
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  • China, Australia and the Pacific Islands, in the years 1853-56 by D'EWES, J.
    D'EWES, J.
    China, Australia and the Pacific Islands, in the years 1853-56

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Richard Bentley: 1857. Original blind stamped blue cloth, with gilt decoration to the front board and gilt decoration and titles to spine. All edges gilt. Yellow end papers with prize dedication from 1861. Half title. tinted lithographic frontis illus. One further lithograph and some further illustrations within the text. 340 pp.

    Condition: The covers are in good clean condition, with a little bumping to the head and tail of the spine. Internally clean and tidy throughout, with a little foxing only. Slight cracking to the binding at page 242 / 243 but still holding well.

    Book ID: 1922
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  • Description of the Character, Manners, and Customs of the People of India; and of their Institutions, Religious and Civil. by DUBOIS, Abbe J. A.
    DUBOIS, Abbe J. A.
    Description of the Character, Manners, and Customs of the People of India; and of their Institutions, Religious and Civil. Translated from the French Manuscript

    London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1817. First edition 4to, Bound in late 19th century half calf, marbled boards. A little light spotting to extremities. Title on spine. A very good copy. The book bears the owner's signature of T.J. Powell, Brecon. This would seem to be the Welsh composer and conductor Thomas James Powell.
    xxvii, [1, blank], 565 pp. 270 by 210mm (10¾ by 8¼ inches). Although translated from the French, this was the 1st Edition. A Classic analysis of Hindu society. Jean-Antoine Dubois, 1765-1848, French catholic missionary, sailed in 1792 to India where he spent twenty-seven years, serving first in Pondichery, then at Mysore and Mangalore. He abjured western society, dressed as a Sanyasi, and…

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    London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1817. First edition 4to, Bound in late 19th century half calf, marbled boards. A little light spotting to extremities. Title on spine. A very good copy. The book bears the owner's signature of T.J. Powell, Brecon. This would seem to be the Welsh composer and conductor Thomas James Powell.
    xxvii, [1, blank], 565 pp. 270 by 210mm (10¾ by 8¼ inches). Although translated from the French, this was the 1st Edition. A Classic analysis of Hindu society. Jean-Antoine Dubois, 1765-1848, French catholic missionary, sailed in 1792 to India where he spent twenty-seven years, serving first in Pondichery, then at Mysore and Mangalore. He abjured western society, dressed as a Sanyasi, and became a vegetarian. In 1827 he returned to Paris where he was appointed head on the Missions Étrangères. This book, one of the first classic analyses of Hindu society, soon became a standard work and a kind of manual for the Indian Civil Service. It is now known that a substantial portion of the work was plagiarized from the writings of a French Jesuit, Father Gaston-Laurent Coeurdoux, who worked in south India from 1732 to 1779 and was himself a noted Indologist.

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    Condition: A little rubbing to the binding, which has been restored. Book is in very good, clean condition, with a touch of foxing to the initial pages.

    Book ID: 2065
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  • Engraving from 'Voyages par la Moscovie, en Perse, et aux Indes Orientales'. by LE BRUYN, Cornelius
    LE BRUYN, Cornelius
    Engraving from 'Voyages par la Moscovie, en Perse, et aux Indes Orientales'.

    Amsterdam: Les Freres Wetstein, 1718. Beautiful engraved double page taken from the First edition (in French) of Le Bruyn's important illustrated account of his voyage to Russia, Persia, India and Java.
    The book is arguably the best authority for costumes of the era in the countries visited. This double page shows the costumes typical of 'Homme Persan' and 'Dame Persanne'.
    Scope of images: 355 x 290 mm (14 x 11½ inches). Actual item: 405 x 325mm (16 x 12¾ inches).

    Condition: In a very good condition for its age. Some very small closed tears to edges. Blank on verso.

    Book ID: 2316
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  • Author signed to title page
    From the Holy Mountain by DALRYMPLE, William
    DALRYMPLE, William
    From the Holy Mountain A Journey Among the Christians of the Middle East

    London: Harper Collins, 1997. In near Fine unclipped dust jacket. Decorative endpapers. "It is a rich and gripping blend of history and spirituality, adventure and politics, laced with a thread of black comedy." The author retraces the footsteps of monks John Moschos and his pupil Sophronius the Sophist through eastern Turkey, the ruins of Beirut, the West Bank and southern Egypt. Signed by author on the title page. x, 484 pp.

    Condition: Under dust jacket the cloth boards are spotless and the gilt title is bright. No foxing. Internally too everything is clean and bright.

    Book ID: 2228
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  • Geographie Physique de la Mer Noire, de L'Interieur de L'Afrique et de la Mediterranee. by DUREAU-DE-LAMALLE, A., fils.
    DUREAU-DE-LAMALLE, A., fils.
    Geographie Physique de la Mer Noire, de L'Interieur de L'Afrique et de la Mediterranee. Accompagnee de deux cartes dressees par J.N. Buaghe.

    Edition: First Edition

    Paris: Dentu: 1807. Nineteenth century (but not original) half leather binding, with brown marbled boards. Black labels to raised bands to the spine. Mottled closed page edge. Housed in a matching brown and marbled slipcase. Hand coloured end papers with gilt highlights. The binding appears to be a good amateur rather than professional job. Two hand made map pockets (with the large folding maps inside). Map of Interior 350mm x 270mm. Map of the voyage 490mm x 380mm.

    Condition: Very nice clean and tidy condition. No significant flaws. A touch of marking to the half title only. There is a small closed tear to the map of the voyage.

    Book ID: 1879
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  • Hedendaagsche historie of Tegenwoordige staat van alle volkeren by SALMON, Thomas.
    SALMON, Thomas.
    Hedendaagsche historie of Tegenwoordige staat van alle volkeren IV. deel. Behelzende [...] Persia, Arabia, en het Asiatisch Tartaryen

    Amsterdam: Isaak Tirion: 1732. Part Four of Salmon's seminal work. First edition of the Dutch translation of Salmon's work dealing with Persia, Arabia and Tartary. Translated and much enlarged by Matthias van Gogh. A very nice copy. simple red leather spine, and red marbled boards. (more recent than the book - probably 19thC). With engraved title-page, 3 engraved maps and 9 engraved plates (7 folding). The 3 large folding maps depict Persia, Arabia and Tartary and the illustrations include a Persian hunting scene and a view of the Kaaba in Mecca. [viii], 3-637, [xiii]. pp

    Condition: The spine and edges have a little rubbing to them -but not too much. Slight creasing to the spine, and the gilt is somewhat faded. The newer end papers are somewhat darkened - but the original pages are in good clean condition. The maps and plates are in lovely condition. One is detached but still neat and present.

    Book ID: 1808
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  • Histoire des Francais dans L'Inde. Depuis la Fondation de Pondichery by MALLESON, Le Lieutenant-Colonel
    MALLESON, Le Lieutenant-Colonel
    Histoire des Francais dans L'Inde. Depuis la Fondation de Pondichery Jusqu'a la Prise de Cette Vile (1674-1761). Traduction de Mme S, Le Page

    Paris: Librairie de la Societe Bibliographique, 1874. Contemporary green leather spine with gilt titles. Marbled boards with green accents. A picture of the first attempts made by the French to establish their domination in India. Martin's generous efforts; the works of La Bourdonnais; the rivalry of it with Dupleix; the recall of La Bourdonnais; the admirable labours of Dupleix, so badly supported by the government of France; the struggles of his successors and the final failure.
    xi, 504 pp.
    240 by 160mm (9½ by 6¼ inches). George Bruce Malleson was born in Wimbledon (UK). Educated at Winchester, he obtained a cadetship in the Bengal infantry in 1842, and served through the second Burmese War. His subsequent appointments were…

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    Paris: Librairie de la Societe Bibliographique, 1874. Contemporary green leather spine with gilt titles. Marbled boards with green accents. A picture of the first attempts made by the French to establish their domination in India. Martin's generous efforts; the works of La Bourdonnais; the rivalry of it with Dupleix; the recall of La Bourdonnais; the admirable labours of Dupleix, so badly supported by the government of France; the struggles of his successors and the final failure.
    xi, 504 pp.
    240 by 160mm (9½ by 6¼ inches). George Bruce Malleson was born in Wimbledon (UK). Educated at Winchester, he obtained a cadetship in the Bengal infantry in 1842, and served through the second Burmese War. His subsequent appointments were in the civil line, the last being that of guardian to the young Maharajah of Mysore.

    He retired with the rank of colonel in 1877, having been created C.S.I. in the 1872 Birthday Honours. He authored the biographies of the Mughal Emperor Akbar, the French governor-general Dupleix and the British officer Robert Clive for the Rulers of India series.

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    Condition: Title page has small ex libris stamp. Some water staining / foxing throughout. Large fold-out map (47 x 39 cm) to the rear has become detached, a little creased, but otherwise in a good condition.

    Book ID: 2232
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  • Historiisch & Genealogischer Kalender auf das Gemein Jahr 1818 by [ANON]
    [ANON]
    Historiisch & Genealogischer Kalender auf das Gemein Jahr 1818 Mit Kupfern

    Kön: Preuß, 1818. An attractive small genealogical calendar. Text in German. Recent half buckram binding with blue marbled boards. All edges gilt. Folding map of Brazil to the frontis (Hand coloured in outline). (21.5 x 18.5cm). Engraved title page. Page for each month of year with engraved plate for each. Plates are all showing scenes of life and nature in Brazil. There follows a lengthy account of Brazil. Next there is and extensive genealogical section devoted to people in Europe. Finally is a long section devoted to geographical information, distances between towns etc.
    [XII], [viii], 1-183, 1-96, 1-111 pp.
    130 by 90mm (5 by 3½ inches).

    Condition: The covers are clean and tidy with a touch of rubbing to the edge only. Internally spotless. The map and plates are in immaculate condition.

    Book ID: 2195
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  • Journal of a Tour into the Interior of Missouri and Arkansaw by SCHOOLCRAFT, Henry R.
    SCHOOLCRAFT, Henry R.
    Journal of a Tour into the Interior of Missouri and Arkansaw From Potosi, or Mine & Burton, in Missouri Territory, in a South West Direction, toward the Rocky Mountains; Performed in the Years 1818 and 1819.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Sir Richard Phillips and Co: 1821. First edition. Recent half leather binding, with marbled boards. gilt titles to spine. Large folding map as frontis. The book ends with 'Transallegania, or the Groans of Missouri. A Poem' In 1822 he was appointed Indian agent to the tribes of the Lake Superior region. He married a woman of Chippewa descent, and her tribe was the subject of his studies for many years. From 1836-1841 he was superintendent of Indian affairs for Michigan, and supervised the treaty of 1836 by which the Chippewa ceded much of northern Michigan to the United States. In 1832 Schoolcraft discovered the source of the Mississippi, Lake Itasca. His "The Myth of Hiawatha" (1839) was the source for Longfellow's iconic poem 102pp - HOWES S185. SABIN 77854

    Book ID: 1899
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  • Journals of the Rev. Messrs. Isenberg and Krapf, missionaries of the Church Missionary Society, by ISENBERG, Karl Wilhelm. & KRAPF, Johann Ludwig.
    ISENBERG, Karl Wilhelm. & KRAPF, Johann Ludwig.
    Journals of the Rev. Messrs. Isenberg and Krapf, missionaries of the Church Missionary Society, Detailing their proceedings in the Kingdom of Shoa, and Journeys in other parts of Abyssinia, in the years 1839, 1840, 1841 and 1842.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Seeley, Burnside & Seeley, 1843. First edition - complete. '...To which is prefixed, a geographical memoir of Abyssinia and South-Eastern Africa by James McQueen esq. grounded on the missionaries' journals, and the expedition of the Pacha of Egypt up the Nile.' Original brown blind stamped buckram with gilt titles to spine. Yellow end papers. Small bookseller's embossed stamp to the half title. (George Gardnam of Beverley). 2 folding hand coloured map of the relevant parts of Africa by McQueen. xxvii, 529. pp

    Condition: The buckram is a little faded and rubbed to the edge. There is a little chipping to the head and tail of the spine with slight loss. A split to the board has been repaired. A closed tear to the half title page has been neatly repaired. The maps are in very nice clean condition.

    Book ID: 1920
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  • Les héros du désert: Moffat et Livingstone by D'HOUAY, Claire
    D'HOUAY, Claire
    Les héros du désert: Moffat et Livingstone

    Rouen: Megard et Cie, 1881. 1st Edition. Part of the Bibliotheque Morale de La Jeunesse. Original dark green buckram with black embossed designs and gilt detail. A touch of handling to the binding only. Internally clean and tidy with just a little darkening to the pages. 224pp. Frontis of Livingstone. 250 by 170mm (9¾ by 6¾ inches).

    Book ID: 2406
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  • Nakahama Manjirō's Hyōsen kiryaku by Manjirō, Nakahama
    Manjirō, Nakahama
    Nakahama Manjirō's Hyōsen kiryaku A companion book to the exhibition 'Drifting: Nakahama Manjirō's Tale of Discovery'

    Philadelphia: Rosenbach Museum & Library, 1999. Black softback with blue dust jacket. Front cover overlaid with an illustration. The exhibition at the Rosenbach featured a copy of Manjiro's own lavishly illustrated manuscript account of his adventures, and this companion book includes full-page colour reproductions the manuscript. 116 pages. 260 x 185 mm (10¼ x 7¼ inches). In 1843 (at just 16 years old) Nakahama Manjirō became the first Japanese person to live in the United States. Two years earlier, at the tender age of 14, he had been rescued after a shipwreck by the crew of the 'John Howland', an American whale ship from New Bedford, Massachusetts. Having mastered English, sailing the world on whaling ships for several years,…

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    Philadelphia: Rosenbach Museum & Library, 1999. Black softback with blue dust jacket. Front cover overlaid with an illustration. The exhibition at the Rosenbach featured a copy of Manjiro's own lavishly illustrated manuscript account of his adventures, and this companion book includes full-page colour reproductions the manuscript. 116 pages. 260 x 185 mm (10¼ x 7¼ inches). In 1843 (at just 16 years old) Nakahama Manjirō became the first Japanese person to live in the United States. Two years earlier, at the tender age of 14, he had been rescued after a shipwreck by the crew of the 'John Howland', an American whale ship from New Bedford, Massachusetts. Having mastered English, sailing the world on whaling ships for several years, and trying his hand at gold mining, Manjirō later risked his life to go back to Japan in an attempt to make his homeland more "hospitable."
    After much suspicion, and many interrogations, he was later to become a shōgun's samurai, a teacher of English and American culture, and his translation of Nathaniel Bowditch's 'The New American Practical Navigator' constituted the introduction of modern scientific navigation methods to Japan. His life story is certainly a fascinating one, and number of Manjirō's students would go on to play seminal roles in the Meiji-era modernisation of Japan.
    This information has been extrapolated from an article written by Junji Kitadai.

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    Condition: In very good / fine condition.

    Book ID: 2583
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  • An important early American geological and exploratory work
    Narrative of an Expedition to the Source of St. Peter's River, Lake Winnepeek, Lake of the Woods, &c. Performed in the year 1823... by KEATING, W. H.
    KEATING, W. H.
    Narrative of an Expedition to the Source of St. Peter's River, Lake Winnepeek, Lake of the Woods, &c. Performed in the year 1823...

    London: Whittaker, 1825. 2 volumes. Recent library cloth with silver titles to spine. 8 plates including a large folding map. Xvi, 1-458, vi, 1-156. pp. Complete. 220 x 140 mm (8¾ x 5½ inches). (Plate has been bound as a frontis to volume 2). Folding map is sound, but has a little darkening / foxing. The binding is very fresh. To each title page, is a small library stamp, these are the only evidence of library marks. Small hole to the title page of Vol. 2. Stain to plate 7. Otherwise, intermittent foxing and staining, but still a very presentable copy.
    "Known as 'Long's Second Expedition.' Almost a cyclopaedia of material, relating to the Indians of the explored territory.…

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    London: Whittaker, 1825. 2 volumes. Recent library cloth with silver titles to spine. 8 plates including a large folding map. Xvi, 1-458, vi, 1-156. pp. Complete. 220 x 140 mm (8¾ x 5½ inches). (Plate has been bound as a frontis to volume 2). Folding map is sound, but has a little darkening / foxing. The binding is very fresh. To each title page, is a small library stamp, these are the only evidence of library marks. Small hole to the title page of Vol. 2. Stain to plate 7. Otherwise, intermittent foxing and staining, but still a very presentable copy.
    "Known as 'Long's Second Expedition.' Almost a cyclopaedia of material, relating to the Indians of the explored territory. Nothing escaped the attention or record of the gentleman who accompanied the expedition; and their statements respecting the Sioux and Chippeway tribes are among the most valuable we have. Vol. II. contains a vocabulary" William Hypolitus (or Hippolitus, or Hypolite) Keating (1799 Delaware – 1840 London) was an American geologist. His father, Baron John Keating, of Irish ancestry, had been an officer in the French army in the West Indies and had settled in Wilmington, Delaware. He was educated at the University of Pennsylvania, and then in France and Switzerland, where he studied mining. In 1822, he became Professor of Chemistry and Mineralogy at the University of Pennsylvania and a member of the American Philosophical Society. He is perhaps best known for his work on the staff of Stephen Long's expedition to the Great Lakes in 1823, an account of which he published in 1824. In the account he first hypothesized the existence of what is now known as Lake Agassiz. Bibliography - Sabin 37137

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    Book ID: 2820
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  • New York. Comme je l'ai vu. by HUARD, Ch.
    HUARD, Ch.
    New York. Comme je l'ai vu.

    Paris: Eug. Rey, 1906. Limited edition guide book to New York, with text and illustrations by Charles Huard. Attractive engraved frontispiece of a lady overlooking New York. The edition was published in a total of 600 numbered copies. 100 on Japon and 500 on velin d'Arches. This is one of the Velin copies. Originally published in pale blue wrappers, which have been retained here. Half leather white / vellum binding, with spine label and gilt titles. Marbled boards. Owner's bookplate to the inside front board.
    Xii. 202, [iv]. pp 200 x 150 mm (7¾ x 6 inches).

    Condition: The binding is in good repair, with a little marking only. Original wrappers are in good state, with a touch of marking to the original cover only.

    Book ID: 2700
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  • Sea Road to the Indies. by HART, Henry H.
    HART, Henry H.
    Sea Road to the Indies. An account of the voyages and exploits of the Portuguese Navigators, together with the life and times of Dom Vasco Da Gama, Capitao-Mor, Viceroy of India and Count of Vidigueira.

    London: William Hodge and Company, Limited, 1952. First British edition. Hardback. In original unclipped dust jacket. Now in Mylar protective wrap. Red cloth with gilt title to spine. 296 pages. 225 x 145 mm (8¾ x 5¾ inches).

    Condition: The map end papers have some age toning in line with the dust jacket. Inside is clean. The dust jacket has a little age-toning and some light rubbing / chips to the corners. Overall a good example.

    Book ID: 2889
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  • Sind Revisited: by BURTON, Richard F.
    BURTON, Richard F.
    Sind Revisited: With Notices of the Anglo-Indian Army; Railroads; Past, Present and Future, etc:

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Richard Bentley & Son, 1877. First Edition. Original Grey-Mauve cloth with border on front cover enclosing a black stamped floral resign. Lettered in gilt. Re-cased. The binding is a little faded and soiled, but overall in very good condition. Library number in white, and remnant of a contemporary library sticker to the base of each spine. Internally, largely clean and tidy, but with a little darkening to the edges and occasional light foxing. Initially Burton had written a report on the Sind and its population in "Reports on Bombay" in around 1849, hence the "revisited" here. Burton intended that this much updated text on India after the mutiny be illustrated with a map and photographs taken on this…

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    London: Richard Bentley & Son, 1877. First Edition. Original Grey-Mauve cloth with border on front cover enclosing a black stamped floral resign. Lettered in gilt. Re-cased. The binding is a little faded and soiled, but overall in very good condition. Library number in white, and remnant of a contemporary library sticker to the base of each spine. Internally, largely clean and tidy, but with a little darkening to the edges and occasional light foxing. Initially Burton had written a report on the Sind and its population in "Reports on Bombay" in around 1849, hence the "revisited" here. Burton intended that this much updated text on India after the mutiny be illustrated with a map and photographs taken on this 1876 journey with Isabel. However, his publisher returned the map and photographs he had sent them, as he considered that the expense would be too great. Half-title to Vol. I., not called for in Vol. II. xii, 343; iv, 331. pp.

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    Condition: This is an ex-library copy, and although there are not many library marks to the book, there are a few. Namely: Vol. I. Number to half title; discolouration from removed sticker to the verso; small (2cm diameter) circular library stamp to the title page. The end papers in Vol. I. have been replaced from old, contemporary black end-paper stock.

    Book ID: 1026
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