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rections and additions. Edited by J. F. Kirk. 3 vols. 12mo. Phil. 1882. 4 50 4278 Price (Thomas W.) Brief Notes taken on a Trip to the City of Mexico in 1878. 12mo. pp. 103, n. p., n. d.


4279 Rankin (Melinda.) Twenty Years among the Mexicans. A Narrative of Missionary Labor. 16mo. pp. 233. Cincinnati, 1881.

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4265 Lyon (Capt. G. F.) Journal of a Residence and Tour in the Republic of Mexico in the year 1826. With some account of the Mines of that Country. 2 vols. 8vo., boards. London, 1828. 2 50 4266 Mason (R. H.) Pictures of Life in Mexico; with Etchings by the Author. 2 4280 Robinson (Wm. D.) Memoirs of vols. 12mo. London, 1852. 3 00 the Mexican Revolution; including a Nar4267 Mayer (Brantz.) Mexico; As it rative of the Expedition of Gen. Xavier Was and as it Is. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. Mina. To which are Annexed some Obser390. New York, 1844. 3 50 vations on the practicability of Opening a 4268 Mayer (Brantz.) Mexico. Aztec, Commerce between the Pacific and AtlanSpanish, and Republican. A Historical, tic Oceans, through the Mexican Isthmus, Geographical, Political, and Social Account in the Province of Oaxaca, and at the Lake of that Country, with a View of the An- Nicaragua. Portrait and Map. 2 vols. cient Aztec Empire and Civilization, a His- 8vo. London, 1821. torical Sketch of the Late War, and Notice of New Mexico and California. Portraits and plates. 2 vols. 8vo. Hartford,


4280A Another edition. Philadelphia, 1820.


8vo. pp.



4281 Ruxton (George F.) Adventures 8.00 in Mexico and the Rocky Mountains. 4269 Maximilian. The fall of, late Em-12mo. pp. 332. London, 1847. peror of Mexico; with an Historical Introduction. 8vo. pp. 277. Lon. 1872. 175

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4274 Oswald (Felix L.) Summerland Sketches; or, Rambles in the Backwoods of Mexico and Central America. trated. 8vo. pp. 425. Phil. 1880. 3 00 4275 Poinsett (J. R.) Notes on Mexico, made in the Autumn of 1822. Accompanied by a Sketch of the Revolution, etc. Map. 8vo. pp. 436. London, 1825. 2 00 4276 Another edition. Map. 8vo. pp. 359, Philadelphia, 1824.

4282 Another copy.

Half calf.


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4283 Salm--Salm (Felix.) My Diary in Mexico, in 1867. Including the Last Days of the Emperor Maximilian. With leaves from the Diary of the Princess Salm-Salm. Portraits and map. 2 vols. in 1. 12mo. London, 1868.


4284 Salm--Salm (Princess Felix.) Ten Years of My Life. Book I. United States During the Rebellion. Book II. Mexico. Book III. Europe. Portrait. 2 vols. 12mo. London, 1876.

4284A Another edition. Detroit, 1877.

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12mo. pp. 385. 1 25 4285 Shepard (A. K.) The Land of the Aztecs; or, Two Years in Mexico. 12mo, pp. 209. Albany, 1859.

1 25 4286 Thompson (Waddy). Recollections of Mexico. 8vo. pp. 304. New York, 1846.


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4287 The same edition. 4288 Topographical Map Showing the Railroad Center of Mexico. Folded in Cover. New York, 1883.


4289 Tylor (Edward B.) Anahuac; or Mexico and the Mexicans, Ancient and Modern. Map and numerous illustrations. 8vo. pp. 344. London, 1861. 4. 00

4290 Vigne (G. T.) Travels in Mexico, South America. Illustrated. 2 vols. 12mo. London, 1863. 3 00

3 00 4291 Von Tempsky (G. F.) Mitla. A 4277 Prescott (W. H.) The Conquest of Narrative of the Incidents and Personal Mexico. With the Author's latest cor- Adventures, on a Journey in Mexico,

Guatemala, and Salvador. With Observa-
tions on the Modes of Life in those Coun-
tries. Map and colored plates. 8vo. pp.
436. London, 1858.
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4292 Wallace (Lew.) The Fair God;
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4305 Byam (George). Wild Life in the Interior of Central America. 16mo. pp. 1 00 253. London, 1849.

4304 Byam (George). Wanderings in Conquest of Mexico. 12mo. pp. 586. Bos- Some of the Western Republics of Amer1 50 ica. With Remarks upon the Cutting of 4293 Ward (H. G.) Mexico. Second the Great Ship Canal through Central edition enlarged. With an Account of the 12mo. pp. 264. London, Mining Companies and of Political Events in that Republic to the present day. 2 vols. 8vo. half calf, extra. London, 1829. 25 00 4294 Wilson (Robert A.) Mexico. Its Peasants and its Priests; or, Adventures 4306 Cockburn (John). A Journey over and Historical Researches in Mexico and Land from the Gulf of Honduras to the its Silver Mines, during parts of the years Great South Sea. Performed by John 1851-52-53-54. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 418. Cockburn and Five other Englishmen, who New York, 1856. 150 were taken by a Spanish Guarda Costa in 4295 Wilson (Robert A.) A New His- the John and Jane, and set on Shore at a tory of the Conquest of Mexico. In which Place' called Porto-Cavalla naked and Las Casas Denunciations of the Popular wounded as mentioned in Several News Historians of that War are fully Vindi- Papers of October, 1731. Containing Varicated. 8vo. pp. 539. Philadelphia, ety of extraordinary Distresses and Ådven3 00 tures, etc. 8vo. pp. 350, full bound. London, 1735.


4296 Young (Philip). History of Mexico, Her Civil Wars, and Colonial and Revolutionary Annals from 1520 to 1847. Map. 8vo. pp. 564, sheep. Cincinnati, 1847. 2 50 4297 Zaremba (C. W.) Merchants and Tourists Guide to Mexico. Maps. 8vo. pp. 182, paper. Chicago, 1883. 150

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4307 Cullen (Edward.) Isthmus of Darien Ship Canal. With a full History of the Scotch Colony of Darien, Several Maps, Views of the Country, and Original Documents. 8vo. pp. 204. London, 1853. 2 00

4308 Dunlop (Robert Glasgow.) Travels in Central America, being a Journal of nearly Three Years' Residence in the Country, together with a Sketch of the History of the Republic, and an Account of its Climate, Productions, Commerce, etc. Map. 12mo. pp. 357. London, 1847. 1 50

4309 Dunn (Henry.) Guatimala; or, The Republic of Central America in 182728. Being Sketches and Memorandums, made during a Twelve Months' Residence. Map. 8vo. pp. 328, boards, uncut. Lon

4299 Anderson (Alex. D.) The Tehuantepec Inter-Ocean Railroad. A Commercial and Statistical Review. 8vo. pp. 90. New don, 1829. York, 1880. 50

1 25 4310 Fabens (Joseph W.) A Story of 4300 Baily (John). Central America; Life on the Isthmus. 12mo. pp. 215. New describing each of the States of Guatemala, York, 1853. 1.00 Honduras, Salvador, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. Their Natural Features, Products, 4311 Fancourt (C. St. J.) The History Population and capacity for Colonization. of Yucatan, from its Discovery to the close With three views. 8vo. pp. 164. London, of the Seventeenth Century. Maps. 8vo. 150 pp. 340. London, 1854.


4301 Bidwell (Charles T.) The Isthmus of Panama, from its Discovery. With Appendix, containing the Contract between New Grenada and the Panama Railroad Company. 8vo. pp. 418. London, 1865. 3 00 4302 Boddam-Whetham (J. W.) Across Central America. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 353. London, 1877. 2 50

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4314 Griswold (C. D.) The Panama, and what I saw there. 180. New York, 1852.

Isthmus of 12mo. pp. 100 4315 Guatemala. Brief Statement, supported by Original Documents, of the Important Grants conceded to the Eastern Coast of Central America Commercial and Agricultural Company by the State of Guatemala. 8vo. pp. 137. Lon. 1839. 1 00 4316 Hardman (Frederick.) Scenes and Adventures in Central America. 12mo. pp. 298. London, 1852. 1 25 4317 Henderson (Capt.) An Account of the British Settlement of Honduras, with Sketches of the Manners and Customs of the Mosquito Indians. Map. 12mo. pp. 293. London, 1809. 1 00 Journey in Honthe Way. Inter8vo. pp. 39, pa

4318 Huston (R. G.) duras, and Jottings by oceanic Railway. Мар. per. Cincinnati, 1875.


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4330 Pim (Bedford). The Gate of the Pacific. Maps and colored illustrations. 8vo. pp. 432, uncut. London, 1863. 3 25

4331 Pim (Bedford) and Seemann (Berthold). Dottings on the Roadsides in Panama, Nicaragua, and Mosquito. Maps and Plates. 8vo. pp. 468, uncut. London,

3 25

4319 Juarros (Domingo.) A Statistical and Commercial History of the Kingdom 1869. of Guatemala, in Spanish America. With an Account of its Conquest by the Span-nal; its History; its Political Aspects and 4332 Rodrigues (J.C.) The Panama Caiards, and a Narrative of the Principal Events down to the Present Time. Map. Financial Difficulties. 12mo. pp. 248. New 8vo. pp. 520. London, 1823. 2 25 York, 1885.

4320 Liot (W. B.) Panama, Nicaragua, and Tehuantepec; or, Considerations upon the Questions of Communication between the Atlanitic and Pacific Oceans. 2 plates. 8vo. pp. 63. London, 1849.

1 50

4333 Roberts (O. W.) Narrative of Voyages and Excursions on the East Coast and Interior of Central America. Map. 18mo. pp. 302. Edinburgh, 1827.

321. Boston, 1886.

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1 25 4334 Sanborn (Helen J.) A Winter in 4321 Lull (Commander E. P.) and Col- Central America and Mexico. 16mo. pp. lins (Lieut. F.) Reports of Explorations 1 50 and Journeys for the Location of Interoceanic Ship-Canals through the Isthmus of 33 5 Scherzer (Carl). Travels in the Panama, and by the Valley of the River Honduras and San Salvador. Maps. 2 vols. Free States of Central America: Nicaragua, Napipi, 1875. Large folded maps and in 1. 12mo. London, 1857. pp. 124. Washington, 200 4336 Selfridge (Com. Thos. O.) Reports 4322 Map of Central America, compiled of Explorations and Surveys to ascertain the at the Office of the U. S. Court Survey. By Practicability of a Ship Canal between the Capt. W. R. Palmer, 1856. In cloth Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, by way of the 1 00 Isthmus of Darien. 14 views and 17 large maps and plans. 4to. pp. 268. Washing

charts. 4to. 1879.



ton, 1874.

2.00 Re

4324 Montgomery (G. W.) of a Journey to Guatemala, in Central America, in 1838. 8vo. pp. 195. New 4337 Shufeldt (Capt. Robert W.) York, 1839. 125 port of Explorations and Surveys to ascertain the Practicabilty of a Ship Canal beTravels in Cen-tween the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, by way of the Isthmus of Tehauntepec. plates and 20 large maps and plans. 4to. pp. 151. Washington, 1872.

4325 Morelet (Arthur.) tral America. Including Accounts of some Regions Unexplored since the Conquest. From the French, by Mrs. M. F. Squier. Introduction and Notes by E. Geo. Squier. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 430. New York, 1 75






4338 Squier (E. G.) Honduras: Discriptive, Historical and Statistical. Map. pp. 278. London, 1870. 4339 Squier (E. Oceanic Railway. 75 Maps. 8vo. pp. 63.

4326 Moro (Gaetano.) Abstract of the Report of a Survey, on the Practicability of a Ship Canal across the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. Map. 8vo. pp. 16, paper.

G.) Honduras Inter-
Preliminary Report.
New York, 1854. 75

Its 4353 Wells (Wm. V.) Walker's Expedition to Nicaragua. A History of the Central American War, and the Sonora and Kinney Expeditions. Portrait and Map. 12mo. pp. 316. New York, 1856.

4340 Squier (E. G.) Nicaragua: People, Scenery, Monuments, Resources, Condition, and Proposed Canal. Maps and Illustrations. 8vo. pp. 691. New York, 1860. 4 00

4341 Another edition. 2 vols. 8vo. New York, 1852. 6 50

4342 Squier (E. G.) Notes on Central America, Particularly the States of Honduras, and San Salvador: their Geography. Topography, Climate, Population, Resources, Productions, etc., aud the Proposed Honduras Inter-Oceanic Railway. Maps and Illustrations. 8vo. pp. 397. New York, 1855. 4 50

4343 Squier (E. G.) The States of Central America: their Geography, Topography, Climate, Population, Productions, Aborigines, etc., Comprising Chapters on Honduras, San Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Gautemala, Belize, the Bay Islands, the Mosquito Shore, and the Honduras InterOceanic Railway. Maps and Illustrations. 8vo. pp. 782. New York, 1858. 4 50

4344 [Squier (E. G.)] Waikna; or, Adventures on the Mosquito Shore. By Samuel A. Bard. With Sixty Illustrations. 12mo. pp. 366. New York, 1855. 1 50 4345 Another edition. 16mo. pp. 188,

sewed. London, 1856.


4346 Stephens (John L.) Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan. With Descriptions of the Ruins of Ancient Cities, etc. Illustrated with maps and numerous plates. 2 vols. 8vo. New York, 1841. 6 00

4347 Stephens (John L.) Incidents of Travel in Yucatan. With Descriptions and numerous Illustrations of the Ruins of Ancient Cities, etc. 2 vols. 8vo. New York, 1858. 600 4348 Stout (Peter F.) Nicaragua, Past, Present, and Future. A Description of Its Inhabitants, Mines. Early History, etc. 12mo. pp. 372. Philadelphia, n. d. 1. 00 4349 Thompson (G. A.) Narrative of an Official Visit to Gautemala from Mexico. Map. 18mo. pp. 528, half calf. London, 1829.

4350 Walker (William). Nicaragua. Portrait and Map. 431. Mobile, 1860.

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4360 Ballou (Maturin M.) Due South; or, Cuba, Past and Present. 12mo. pp. 316. Boston, 1885. 1 50

4361 Barbadoes. A Short History of. 18mo. pp. 132, calf. London, 1768. 1.00 4362 Beckford (William). A Descriptive Account of the Island of Jamaica. With Remarks on the Cultivation of the on the Sugar-cane; also Observations Slave-Trade. 2 vols. 8vo., full bound. London, 1790.

4.00 4363 Bird (M. B.) The Republic of Hayti and its Struggles, from Historical Notes. 12mo. pp. 461. Lond. (1867.) 1 00 4364 Breen (Henry H.) St. Lucia; 150 Historical, Statistical, and Descriptive. The War in 8vo. pp. 423. London, 1844. 12mo. pp. 1 75

4351 Wells (William V.) Explorations and Adventures in Honduras. Comprising Sketches of Travel in the Gold Regions of Olancho, and a Review of the History and

General Resources of Central America.
With Maps and Illustrations. 8vo. pp. 588.
New York, 1857.

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4365 Bridges (Rev. Geo. W.) The Annals of Jamaica. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1827. 3 50

4366 Brown (J.) The History and Present Condition of St. Domingo. 2 vols. 12mo. Philadelphia, 1837.


4367 Burchell (Thomas). Memoirs of, 4 00 for Twenty-two Years a Missionary in Ja

maica. By W. F. Burchell. 12mo. pp. 416. London, 1849.


4379 Franklin (Jas.) The Present State 1 00 of Hayti (Saint Domingo), with remarks on its Agriculture, Commerce, Laws, Population, etc. 12mo. pp. 411, boards, uncut. London, 1828.

4368 Carmichael (Mrs.) Domestic Manners and Social Condition of the White, Colored, and Negro Population of the West Indies. 2 vols. 12mo., boards. London, 1833. 1 50

4369 Certain Inducements to WellMinded People, to transport themselves or some Servants into the West Indies, for the Propagation of the Gospel and Increase of Trade, 1643. Reprinted, New York, 1865. 4to. pp. 24, paper, uncut. Large paper.


5 00

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4380 Gallenga (A.) The Pearl of the Antilles. 8vo. pp. 202, uncut. London, 1873. 1 25

4381 Gan-Eden; or, Pictures of Cuba. 12mo. pp. 236. Boston, 1854. 1 00 the Antilles; or, an Artist in Cuba. 12mo. 4382 Goodman (Walter). The Pearl of pp. 304, uncut. London, 1873. 1 50 4370 Charlevoix (P. F-X. de). Histoire to Henry Clay, Describing a Winter in the 4383 Gurney (Jos. J.) Familiar Letters d L'Isle Espagnole, ou de S. Domingue West Indies. 8vo. pp. 203. New York, Ecrite particulierement sur les Memoires 1840. 75 Manuscrits du P. Jean Baptiste Le Pers. Fine maps and plates. 4 vols. 18mo., tree Past and Present. With a glance at Hayti. 4384 Hazard (Samuel). Santo Domingo, calf. Amsterdam, 1783. 4371 Cuban Question (The) and Ameri-York, 1873. Maps and woodcuts. 8vo. pp. 511. New can Policy, in the light of Common Sense. Map. 8vo. pp. 39, paper. New York, 1869. 4372 Culbertson (Rosamond); or, A Narrative of the Captivity and Sufferings of an American Female under the Popish Priests, in the Island of Cuba. With a Full Disclosure of their Manners and Customs. Written by Herself. 18mo. pp. 144. London, 1837.



4373 Dallas (R. C.) The History of the Maroons, from their Origin to the Establishment of their Chief Tribes at Sierra Leone. Including the Expedition to Cuba, and a History of the Isle of Jamaica. Maps and plates. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1803. 3 00 4374 Dalmas (M.) Histoire de la Revolution de Saint-Domingue, suivie d'un Memoire son le Etablissment de cette Colonie. 2 vols. 8vo., half calf. Paris, 1814. 2 25 4375 Dana (R. H.) To Cuba and Back. A Vacation Voyage. 16mo. pp. 288. Boston, 1881. 100 Bermuda: an Map. 18mo.

4376 Dorr (Julia C. R.) Idyl of the Summer Islands. pp. 148. New York, 1884.

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4377 Edwards (Bryan). History, Civil and Commercial, of the British Colonies in the West Indies. Maps and plates, including "The Sable Venus." 3 vols. 4to., calf. London, 1794-1801. 6 00 4377 Another edition. No plates or maps. 5 vols. 8vo., calf. London, 1819.

4378 Fabens (J. Domingo. Map. New York, 1863.

2 75 Ward). A Trip to Boston, 1870. 1 00 The Late Insur8vo. pp. 17, paper, half

4385 Howe (Julia
Cuba. 12mo. pp. 251.
4386 Hubbard (G. G.)
rection in Jamacia.
title. n. p., 1867.


4387 Ives (Charles). The Isles of Summer; or, Nassau and the Bahamas. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 356. New Haven, 1880.


4388 Jamaica Movement (The) for promoting the enforcement of the Slave Trade Treaties and the Suppression of the Slave Trade. 8vo. pp. 430. London, 1850.

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4389 Jefferys (Thomas). A Description of the Spanish Islands and Settlements on the Coast of the West Indies. Illustrated with 32 maps and plans. 4to. pp. 108, old calf. London, 1762. 4.50

4390 Kinsley (Charles). At Last. A Christmas in the West Indies. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 465. New York, 1871. 1 50

4891 Knox (John). A Historical Account of St. Thomas, W. I. With Incidental Notices of St. Croix and St. Johns.

12mo. pp. 271. New York, 1852.

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4393 Lopez (Gen. Narcisso). Life of, with a detailed History of the Attempted Revolution of Cuba. By a Filibustiero. 8vo. pp. 32, paper, uncut. N. Y. [1851.] 4394 Ober (Frederick A.) Camps in the W.) Resources of Santo Caribees. The Adventures of a Naturalist 8vo. pp. 32, paper. in the Lesser Antilles. Illustrated. 8vo. 50 pp, 366. Boston, 1880.



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