A Voyage to Cochinchina, in the Years 1792 and 1793: Containing a General View of the Valuable Productions and the Political Importance of this Flourishing Kingdom; and also of such European Settlements as were Visited on the Voyage: with Sketches of the Manners, Character, and Condition of their Several Inhabitants. To which is Annexed and Account of a Journey, made in the Years 1801 and 1802, to the Residence of the Chief of the Booshuana Nation, being the Remotest Point in the Interior of Southern Africa to which Europeans have hitherto Penetrated. The Facts and Descritions taken from a Manuscript Journal with a Chart of the Route. Illustrated and Embellished with several Engravings by Medland, Coloured after the Original Drawings by Mr. Alexander and Mr. Daniell. John BARROW, W. ALEXANDER, T. engraver MEDLAND.
A Voyage to Cochinchina, in the Years 1792 and 1793: Containing a General View of the Valuable Productions and the Political Importance of this Flourishing Kingdom; and also of such European Settlements as were Visited on the Voyage: with Sketches of the Manners, Character, and Condition of their Several Inhabitants. To which is Annexed and Account of a Journey, made in the Years 1801 and 1802, to the Residence of the Chief of the Booshuana Nation, being the Remotest Point in the Interior of Southern Africa to which Europeans have hitherto Penetrated. The Facts and Descritions taken from a Manuscript Journal with a Chart of the Route. Illustrated and Embellished with several Engravings by Medland, Coloured after the Original Drawings by Mr. Alexander and Mr. Daniell.
A Voyage to Cochinchina, in the Years 1792 and 1793: Containing a General View of the Valuable Productions and the Political Importance of this Flourishing Kingdom; and also of such European Settlements as were Visited on the Voyage: with Sketches of the Manners, Character, and Condition of their Several Inhabitants. To which is Annexed and Account of a Journey, made in the Years 1801 and 1802, to the Residence of the Chief of the Booshuana Nation, being the Remotest Point in the Interior of Southern Africa to which Europeans have hitherto Penetrated. The Facts and Descritions taken from a Manuscript Journal with a Chart of the Route. Illustrated and Embellished with several Engravings by Medland, Coloured after the Original Drawings by Mr. Alexander and Mr. Daniell.

A Voyage to Cochinchina, in the Years 1792 and 1793: Containing a General View of the Valuable Productions and the Political Importance of this Flourishing Kingdom; and also of such European Settlements as were Visited on the Voyage: with Sketches of the Manners, Character, and Condition of their Several Inhabitants. To which is Annexed and Account of a Journey, made in the Years 1801 and 1802, to the Residence of the Chief of the Booshuana Nation, being the Remotest Point in the Interior of Southern Africa to which Europeans have hitherto Penetrated. The Facts and Descritions taken from a Manuscript Journal with a Chart of the Route. Illustrated and Embellished with several Engravings by Medland, Coloured after the Original Drawings by Mr. Alexander and Mr. Daniell.

London: Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1806. [Travel] FIRST EDITION. Quarto (28 x 23cm), pp.[2] xx; 447 [3]. With 21 coloured engraved plates, some folding. Bound without the half-title. Contemporary brown mottled calf boards with panelled decoration in gilt, carefully respined in the later nineteenth century in matching brown calf with raised bands and gilt titles to brown label. Marbled endpapers with hinge repairs; all edges trimmed and speckled blue. Illustrated bookplates of William Tennant of Aston Hall, and Joseph Sinclair Carolin, to both front endpapers. Bumping to corners; some rubbing to spine. Very good. Item #55792

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