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Hoskins (G. A.) Travels in Ethiopia, above the Second
Cataract of the Nile, 4to.

Lond. 1835 Hughes (T. S.) Travels in Sicily, Greece, and Albania, 2 v. 4to.

1820 Humboldt (A. de) A Personal Narrative of Travels to

the Equinoctial Regions of the New Continent, translated from the French by Miss H. M. Williams, 8 v. 8vo.

1814 Humboldt (A. de) Researches in South America, trans

lated from the French by Miss H. M. Williams, 2 v. 8vo.

1814 Humboldt (A. de) An Essay on the Kingdom of New

Spain, translated from the French by Black, 4 v. 8vo. 1814 +Humboldt (A. de) Vues des Cordillères, et Monumens des Peuples Indigènes de l'Amérique, fol.

Paris 1810

*Ibn Battuta, The Travels of, translated from the Arabic by Lee, 4to.

Lond. 1829 Inglis (H. D.) The Channel Islands of Guernsey,

Jersey, Alderney, Serk, Herm, and Jethou, the Result of a Two Years' Residence, 12mo.

1837

*Jacob (W.) Travels in the South of Spain, 4to.

1811 Jacob (W.) Travels in Germany, Holland, and France, 4to.

1820 Jacquemont (V.) Letters from India, describing a Jour

ney in the British Dominions of India, translated from the French, 2 v. 8vo.

1834 James (J. T.) A Journal of a Tour in Germany, Sweden, Russia, and Poland, 2 v. 8vo.

1817 *Janson, (C. W.) The Stranger in America, 4to.

1807 Jocelyn (Lord) Six Months with the Chinese Expedition, 8vo.

1841 Johnson (S.) A Diary of a Journey in North Wales, edited, with Illustrative Notes, by Duppa, 8vo.

1816 Journal of a Tour and Residence in Great Britain, by a French Traveller, 2 y. 8vo.

Edin. 1815 Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London, 18 v. in 16, 8vo.

Lond. 1831-48 Journal of a few Months Residence in Portugal, and Glimpses of the South of Spain, 2 v. 12mo.

1847

Jukes (J. B.) A Narrative of the Surveying Voyage of
H.M.S. Fly, 1842-6, 2 v. 8vo.

Lond. 1847

Keate (G.) An Account of the Pelew Islands, 4to.

1788 Keppel (Capt.) The Expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido, 2 v. 8vo.

1846 Khanikoff, Bokhara, its Amir and its People, translated from the Russian by de Bode, 8vo.

1845 King (Capt.) Narrative of a Survey of the Intertropical and Western Coast of Australia, 2 v. 8vo.

1827 King (Capt.) and Fitzroy (Capt.) A Narrative of the

Surveying Voyages of H.M.S. Adventure and Beagle, 1826 to 1836, with Darwin's Journal, 4 v. 8vo.

1839 Kinneir (J. M.) A Journey through Asia Minor, Armenia, and Koordistan, 8vo.

1818 Kinner (J. M.) A Geographical Memoir of Persia, 4to.—1813 Klaproth (J. Von) Travels in the Caucasus and Georgia, translated from the German by Shober), 4to.

1814 Kohl (J. G.) Russia and the Russians in 1842, 2 v. 8vo.- 1843 Koster (H.) Travels in Brazil, 4to.

1816 Kotzebue (O. Von) A Voyage of Discovery in the South

Sea and Beerings Straits, translated from the Original by Lloyd, 3 v. 8vo.

1821

1800

1809

1838

* Labillardiere (J.J.) A Voyage in Search of La Pérouse,

translated from the French, 4to.
Laborde (A. de) A View of Spain, translated from the

French, and Atlas, 6 v. 8vo.
Laborde (L. de) A Journey through Arabia Petræa, &c.,

8vo.
Laird (M.) and Oldfield (R. A. K.) A Narrative of an

Expedition into the Interior of Africa, 2 v. 8vo.
Lambert (J.) Travels through Canada, 2 v. 8vo.
*Lamotte (A.) Voyage dans le Nord de l'Europe, 4to.
Lander (R. and J.) A Journal of an Expedition to

explore the Course and Termination of the Niger, 3 v.

12mo.
Langsdorff (G. H. Von) Voyages and Travels in various

Parts of the World, 2 v. 4to.
Layard (A. H.) Nineveh and its Remains, 2 v. 8vo.

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Leake (Lt.-Col.) Travels in the Morea, 3 v. 4to. Lond. 1830
Leake (Lt.-Col.) Travels in Northern Greece, 4 v. 8vo. 1835
Leake (Lt.-Co!.) Peloponnesiaca : A Supplement to
Travels in the Morea, 8vo.

1846 * Le Brun (C.) Travels in Moscovy, Persia, and the East Indies, translated from the French, fol.

1759 * Le Compte (L.) Memoirs and Observations on the Empire of China, translated from the French, 8vo.-

1697 Legh (T.) Narrative of a Journey in Egypt and in the Country beyond the Cataracts, 4to.

1816 Leichhardt (L.) A Journal of an Overland Expedition in Australia, with Map, 8vo.

1847 Letters from the Shores of the Baltic, 2 v. 12mo.

1842 Lettres Edifiantes et Curieuses, écrites des Missions Etrangeres, 26 t. 12mo.

Paris 1780 Lewis (Capt.) and Clarke (Capt.) Travels to the Source of the Missouri River, 4to.

Lond. 1814 Lewis (M. G.) A Journal of a West India Proprietor, 8vo.

1834 Leyden (J.) An Historical Account of Discoveries and

Travels in Africa, enlarged and completed by Murray, 2 v. 8vo.

Edin. 1817 * Lichtenstein (H.) Travels in Southern Africa, transla

ted from the German by Miss A. Plumptre, 2 v. 4to. Lond. 1812 Lindsay (Lord) Letters on Egypt, Edom, and the Holy Land, 2 v. 8vo.

1839 * Long (J.) Voyages and Travels of an Indian Interpreter and Trader, 4to.

179) Low (H.) Sarawak, its Inhabitants and Productions, 8vo.

1848 *Lusignan (S.) A Voyage to Smyrna and Constantinople, 2 v. 8vo.

1801 Lyell (C.) Travels in North America, 2 v. 12mo.

1845 Lyell (Sir C.) A Second Visit to the United States of North America, 2 v. 8vo.

1849 Lyon (Capt.) A Narrative of Travels in Northern Africa, 4to.

1831 Lyon (Capt.) The Private Journal of, during a Voyage of Discovery under Captain Parry, 8vo.

1824 Lyon (Capt.) A Brief Narrative of an unsuccessful attempt to reach Repulse Bay, 8vo.

1825

Mackenzie (Sir G. S.) Travels in the Island of Iceland, 4to.

Edin, 1811 Mackenzie (A.) Voyages from Montreal to the Frozen and Pacific Oceans, 4to.

Lond. 1801 Madden (R. R.) Travels in Turkey, Egypt, Nubia, and Palestine, 2 v. 8vo.

1829 + Malham (J.) The Naval Gazetteer, 2 v. 8vo.

1801 Malte-Brun (C.) Universal Geography, translated from the French, 9 v. 8vo.

Edin. 1822 +M‘Culloch (J. R.) Dictionary, Geographical, Statisti

cal, and Historical, 2 v., and Supplement, 8vo. Lond. 1846 MAPS+ Africa, by Arrowsmith,

1801 +America, North, by Arrowsmith,

1811 +America, South, by Arrowsmith,

1810 +Asia, by Arrowsmith,

1802 + Constantinople, Environs of, by Arrowsmith,

1804 + Cornwall, Ordnance, by Mudge,

1809 + Cornwall, Ordnance, by Mudge, Geologically coloured,

1846 +Devon, by Donn,

1765 +Devon, Ordnance, by Mudge,

1809 +Devon, Ordnance, by Mudge, Geologically coloured,

1839 +Dorset, Ordnance, by Mudge,

1811 +England, by Arrowsmith,

1813 +England, by Arrowsmith,

1816 +*Essex, Ordnance, by Mudge,

1805 + Europe, by Arrowsmith,

1810 +*Exeter, by Rocque, ]

1744 ** Exeter, by Wood,

1840 + France, Atlas of,

1814 + France, by Arrowsmith,

1817 +Germany, by Arrowsmith,

1812 +Germany, by Chauchard,

1809 +Hall's New General Atlas,

1835 +Hall's New General Atlas, Alphabetical Index of all the Names in, 8vo.

1831

MAPS-
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Lond. 1810 +India, from Surveys executed by Order of the East India Company,

1846 +Indies, East, by Arrowsmith,

1804 +Indies, West, by Arrowsmith,

1803 +Ireland, by Arrowsmith,

1811 +Isle of Wight, Ordnance, by Mudge,

1810 +Italy, North, by Arrowsmith,

1804 +Italy, South, by Arrowsmith,

1807 +Kent, Ordnance, by Mudge,

1811 +London and Westminster, the Ancient Cities of, by Taperell and Innes,

1849 +London, by Cary,

1816 +Maps and Plans of the Movements, Battles, and Sieges of the British Army, 1808 to 1814, fol., with a Memoir, 4to,

1841 + Mexico, by Arrowsmith,

1810 + Mitchell's Reference and Distance Map of the United States, by Young,

Philad. 1836 +Scotland, by Arrowsmith,

Lond. 1807 + Somersetshire, Ordnance, by Mudge,

1811 +Spain and Portugal, by Arrowsmith,

- N.D. +Surrey, Ordnance, by Mudge,

1810 +Sussex, Ordnance, by Mudge,

1810 +United States, by Arrowsmith,

1802 +Wiltshire, Ordnance, by Mudge,

1810 +World, by Arrowsmith,

1811 *Macarius (Patriarch of Antioch) The Travels of, by

Paul of Aleppo, translated from the Arabic by Belfour, 2 v. 4to.

1833 Mackinnon (L. B.) Steam Warfare in the Parana, 2 v. 8vo.

1848 Marco Polo, Travels in the Eastern Parts of the World, translated from the Italian by Marsden, 4to.

1818 Mariner (W.) An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands, by Martin, 2 v. 8vo.

1817 Marryat (Capt.) A Diary in America, with Remarks on its Institutions, first and second series, 6 v. 12mo.

1839

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