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ANONYMOUS (continned).

des Indes Occidentales des Provinces-Unies aux Terres Australes en 1721; par Mons' de B ***; 2 vols. 8° La Haye, 1739. HISTORY (the) of maritime and inland discoveries; 3 vols. 8° London,

1830 & 1831.

ITINERARIUM Alexandri ad Constantinum Aug. Constantini M. filium, edente nunc primum cum notis A. Maio. 8° Mediolani, 1817. JOURNAEL ende Historis verhael van de Reyse gedaen by Osstende Straet le Maire naer de Custen van Chili onden het belyt vanden Generael Hendrick Brouwer in den Jahr 1643. 4° Amsterdam.

JOURNAL du voyage d'Espagne [by Bertaut] contenant une déscription

fort exacte de ses royaumes, &c. 4° Paris, 1669.

JOURNAEL van de ongeluckige Reyse van 't Jacht de Sperwer warende van Batavia na Tyowan en Fermosa in 't Jahr 1653. 4o Am

sterdam.

JOURNEY (a) from Aleppo to Damascus, with a description of those two capital cities and the neighbouring parts of Syria; to which is added an account of the Maronites inhabiting Mount Libanus. 8° London, 1736.

JOURNEY (a) into Spain. 8° London, 1670.

KORT Berattelse om den Chinesiska Landt-Hushåldningen, af C.G.C. B. [Ekeberg]. 8° Stockh. 1757.

KORTE en nette Reys-beschrijving Gedaan uyt Holland door Daysland, Poolen, Pruysen, &c. door J. S. 4° Leyden.

LETTRES écrites de Suisse, d'Italie, de Sicilie, et de Malthe; par M.*** [J. M. Roland de la Platière] à Mlle ** [Manon-Jeanne Phlipon]; 6 vols. 12° Amsterdam, 1780.

LETTERS from Barbary, France, Spain, Portugal, &c. [by A. Jardine];

2 vols. 8° London, 1788.

MÉMOIRES (les) du voyage de M' le Marq. de Ville en Dalmatie et au Levant [abridged by F. S. d'Alquié from the Viaggi, &c. of P. B. Rostagno]; vol. II. 12° Amsterdam, 1670.

SHORT (a) account of his Majesty's late journey to Goettingen, and of the state of the new university there, in a letter to my lord *

8o

1748.

TOUR (a) in Ireland in 1775, with a map and view of the salmon-leap at Ballyshannon [by F. Twiss]. 8° London, 1776.

VOYAGE d'Espagne, contenant, entre plusieurs particularitez de ce Royaume, trois discours politiques, sur les affaires du Protecteur d'Angleterre, de la Reine de Suède, et du Duc de Lorraine [by Aarsens de Sommerdick], avec une rélation de l'état et gouvernement de cette monarchie [by de Saint Maurice]. 12° Cologne, 1666. VOYAGE pour la redemption des captifs au royaumes d'Alger et de Tunis en 1720 par les PP. F. Comelin, Philémon de la Motte, et J. Bernard [written by J. B. de Lafaye]. 12° Paris, 1721. VOYAGE de Madagascar connu aussi sous le nom de l'Isle de St. Laurent par M. de De V...... [Carpeau de Saussay]. 12° Paris, 1722. ANQUETIL du PERRON (ABR. HYAC.). See Journal des Sçavans.

Extrait du mois de Juin [et] du mois de Juillet, 1762. 4o ANSON (GEORGE). See Walter (R.). A voyage round the world, &c.

fol. 1748.

ANTONINUS (TITUS AURELIUS FULVIUS PIUS). Iter Britanniarum. See Gale (T.). Antonini iter, &c. 4° 1709.

Itinerarium. See Mela (P.) Pomponius Mela, &c. 8° 1518.

AUTEROCHE (J. CHAPPE d'). See Chappe d'Auteroche (J.).
ANZI (AURELIO degli). Il genio vagante; biblioteca curiosa di cento e

più relazioni di viaggi; 3 vols. 12o Parma, 1691.

ARTUS (GOTARDUS). Americæ pars VII; pars VIII. See Benzonus (H.).

Americæ pars quarta, &c. fol. 1594, &c.

ATANASOW (GRIGORI & DANIEL). Wanderung durch Asien. 8o ATKINS (JOHN). A voyage to Guinea, Brazil and the West-Indies, describing Madeira, the Canaries, Cape de Verd, Sierra Leon, Sesthos, Capollonia, Cabo Corso, Barbadoes, Jamaica, &c.; with remarks on the gold, ivory and slave-trade. 8° London, 1735.

AULDJO (JOHN). Narrative of an ascent to the summit of Mont Blanc

on the 8th and 9th August 1827. 4° London, 1828.

AZARA (FÉLIX de). Voyages dans l'Amérique méridionale, contenant la déscription géographique, politique et civile du Paraguay et de la Rivière de la Plata; l'histoire de la découverte de ces contrées; des détails sur leur histoire naturelle, et sur les peuples qui les habitent; le récit des moyens employés par les Jesuits pour assujétir et civiliser les indigènes; avec une notice de sa vie par C. A. Walckenaer; enrichis des notes par Cuvier; suivis de l'histoire naturelle des oiseaux du Paraguay et de la Plata par le même auteur, traduite et augmentée par Sonnini. 4 vols. 8° Paris, 1809.

Collection de planches. 4o Paris, 1809.

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BALBI (GASPARO). Viaggio delle Indie Orientali. 12° Venetia, 1590. BALL (HENRY LIDGBIRD). Route of the Supply tender to Botany Bay. See Phillip (A.). The voyage to Botany Bay. 4° 1789. BALTIMORE (FREDERICK CALVERT), Lord. A tour to the East in 1763 and 1764, with remarks on the city of Constantinople and the Turks; also select pieces of Oriental wit, poetry, and wisdom. 8° London, 1767.

BANDINI (ANGELO MARIA). Vita e lettere di Amerigo Vespucci. 4° Firenze, 1745.

BARROS (GIOVANNI). See Ramusio (G. B.). Delle navigationi, &c.; vol. 1. fol. 1563.

BARROW (JOHN). A chronological history of the voyages into the Arctic Regions, undertaken chiefly for the purpose of discovering a northwest or Polar passage between the Atlantic and the Pacific. 8° London, 1818.

An account of travels into the interior of Southern Africa in 1797 and 1798; including cursory observations on the geology and geography of the southern part of that continent; the natural history of such objects as occurred in the animal, vegetable and mineral kingdoms; 2 vols. 40 London, 1801-1804.

A voyage to Cochinchina in 1792 and 1793; to which is annexed an account of a journey made in 1801 and 1802 to the residence of the chief of the Booshuana nation, the remotest point of the interior of Southern Africa to which Europeans have hitherto penetrated. 4o London, 1806.

Travels in China. 4° London, 1804.

BARTOLOZZI (FRANCESCO). Ricerche istorico-critiche circa alle scoperte d'A. Vespucci, con l'aggiunta di una relazione del medesimo finora inedita. 8° Firenze, 1789.

BARTOLOZZI (FRANCESCO). Apologia delle ricerche istorico-critiche circa alle scoperte di A. Vespucci, in confutazione della lettera seconda allo stampatore data col nome del Padre Canovai. 8° Firenze, 1789. BASS (-). Account of a voyage by which the existence of a strait separating Van Dieman's Land from the continent of New Holland was ascertained. See Collins (D.). An account of the English colony in New South Wales. 4o 1798. (Miscellaneous.) BEHR (JOHAN van der). Neun-jährige Ost-Indianische Reise; mit C. Eisslingens Italiänischen Wegweiser; 2 pts. in 1 vol. 4° Francofurti,

1689.

BEKE (CHARLES T.). On the former extent of the Persian Gulf, and on the comparatively recent union of the Tigris and Euphrates. 8° London, [no date].

On the localities of Horeb, Mount Sinai and Midian in connexion with the hypothesis of the distinction between Mitzraim and Egypt. (From the British Magazine.) 8° London, 1835.

BELFOUR (F. C.). See Paul Archdeacon of Aleppo. The travels of Macarius, &c. 4o 1829, &c.

BELON (PIERRE). Les observations de plusieurs singularitez et choses mémorables trouvées en Grèce, Asie, Judée, Egypte, Arabie, et autres pays estrangers. 4° Paris, 1588.

BENZONUS (HIERONIMUS). Americæ pars quarta (quinta et sexta);
pars VII ab Ulrico Fabro in Latinum conversa autore M. Gotardo
Artus; pars VIII......in unum corpus redacta auctore M. Gotardo
Artus; figuris illustrata opera T. de Bry et filiorum; 10 pts. fol.
Francofurti, 1594-1599.
BERGHE (ARNOLD van de)? See Anonymous. Ambassades mémora-
bles de la compagnie des Indes orientales, &c. fol. 1680.
BERTAUT (-). See Anonymous. Journal du voyage d'Espagne. 4°

1669.

BERTRANDON de la BROCQUIERE (—). The travels to Palestine, and his return from Jerusalem overland to France, during the years 1432 and 1433; extracted and put into modern French from a MS. in the library at Paris, and published by Le Grand d'Aussy; translated by T. Johnes. 8° Hafod Press, 1807.

BEUDANT (F.-S.). Voyage, &c. (See Beudant F.-S.). Voyage minéralogique, &c. 4o 1822. (Geology)

BIET (ANTOINE). Voyage de la France équinoxiale en l'isle de Cayenne entrepris par les François en l'année MDCLII. 4o Paris, 1664. BILBERG (JOHN). A voyage of the late king of Sweden [Charles XI], and another of mathematicians sent by him, in which are discovered the refraction of the sun, which sets not in the northern parts at the time of the summer solstice; variations of the needle; latitudes of places, &c. 8° London, 1698.

BLANCHARD (NICOLAS or FRANÇOIS). Journal and certificates of

[his] fourth voyage [in a balloon]. 4° London, 1784. BLIGH (WILLIAM). Voyage to the South Sea, undertaken for conveying the bread-fruit to the West Indies, including an account of the mutiny on board the Bounty. 4° London, 1792.

BLUNT (Sir HENRY). Voyage into the Levant, being a journey by Venice into Dalmatia, Sclavonia, Bosnia, Hungary, Macedonia, Thessaly, Thrace, Rhodes and Egypt. 12° London, 1669.

BONPLAND (AM.). See Kunth (C. S.). Synopsis plantarum. §o 1822, &c. (Botany.)

BONTEKOE van HOORN (WILLEM YSBRANTSz). Journael of te Ghedenckwaerdighe beschrijvinge van de Oost-Indische Reyse. 4o Amsterdam, 1656.

BORDA (JEAN-CHARLES). See Verdun de la Crenne (—), Borda & Pingré. Voyage. 4o 1778.

BORY de ST. VINCENT (J. B. G. M.). Voyage dans les quatre principales iles des mers d'Afrique fait pendant 1801 et 1802, avec l'histoire de la traversée du Capitaine Baudin jusqu'au Port-Louis de l'Ile Maurice; 3 vols. 8° Paris, an XIII (1804.)

BOSSU (—). Travels through Louisiana, translated by J. R. Forster, illustrated with notes relative chiefly to natural history; with a catalogue of the known plants of English North America; together with an abstract of useful articles contained in P. Loefling's travels through Spain and Cumana in South America; 2 vols. 8° London, 1771. BOUGAINVILLE (LEWIS de). A voyage round the world, performed in the years 1766-1769; translated from the French by J. R. Forster. 40 London, 1772.

BOULANGER (C.). See Buch (Leopold de).

BOWDICH (T. EDWARD). Mission from Cape Coast Castle to Ashantee; with a statistical account of that kingdom, and geographical notices of other parts of Africa. 4° London, 1819. BOZZI-GRANVILLE (A.). See Granville (A. B.).

BRIGHT (RICHARD). Travels from Vienna through Lower Hungary [with an appendix]; 2 pts. in 1 vol. 4° Edinburgh, 1818. BROCKEDON (WILLIAM). Italy: a new illustrated road book of the

route from London to Naples. large 8° London, 1835. BROOKE (A. DE CAPELL). Travels through Sweden, Norway, and Fin

mark, to the North Cape. 4° London, 1823.

BROUGHTON (WILLIAM ROBERT). A voyage of discovery to the North Pacific Ocean, in which the coast of Asia, the Island of Susu (Land of Jesso), the north, south and east coast of Japan, the Lieuchieux and the coast of Corea, have been examined; performed in 1795 -1798. 4° London, 1804.

BROWN (EDWARD). A brief account of some travels in Hungaria, Servia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Thessaly, Austria, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, and Friuli; as also some observations on the gold, silver, copper, quicksilver mines, baths and mineral waters of those parts. 4° London, 1673.

-. A brief account of some travels in divers parts of Europe; viz. Hungaria, Servia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Thessaly, Austria, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, and Friuli, through a great part of Germany and the Low Countries, through Marca Trevisana and Lombardy, with some observations on the gold, silver, copper, quick-silver mines, and the baths and mineral waters in those parts. fol. London, 1685.

An account of several travels through a great part of Germany; in four journeys; from Norwich to Colen; from Colen to Vienna; from Vienna to Hamburg; from Colen to London; wherein the mines, baths, &c. of those parts are treated of. 4° London, 1677.

BRY (THEODORUS). See Debry (T.).

BRYDONE (P.). A tour through Sicily and Malta; 2 vols. 8° London,

1773.

BUCH (LEOPOLD de). Déscription physique des Isles Canaries suivie d'une indication des principaux volcans du globe, traduit de l'Allemand

par C. Boulanger, revue et augmentée par l'auteur, with an atlas of plates. 8° Paris, 1836.

BUCHANAN (FRANCIS). A journey from Madras through Mysore, Canara and Malabar; 3 vols. 4° London, 1807.

BULLETIN. See Journals, &c.

BURCKHARDT (JOHN LEWIS). Travels in Nubia. 4° London, 1819.

Travels in Syria and the Holy Land. 4° London, 1822. BURNES (JAMES). A narrative of a visit to the court of Sinde; a sketch of the history of Cutch, and some remarks on the medical topography of Bhooj. 8° Edinburgh, 1831. (Two copies.)

BURNES (ALEX.). Travels into Bokhara, being the account of a journey from India to Cabool, Tartary and Persia; also, narrative of a voyage on the Indus from the sea to Lahore, in 1831-1833; 3 vols. 8o London, 1834.

BURNEY (JAMES). Memoir on the voyage of d'Entrecasteaux in search of La Pérouse. 8° London, 1820.

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NADAMOSTO (LUIGI da). Itinerarium Portugallensium ex Ulisbona in Indiam nec non in Occidentem ac septemtrionem, ex vernaculo sermone in Latinum traductum, interpr. Arch. Madrignano. fol. [Mediolani,] 1508.

CADELL (W. A.). A journey in Carniola, Italy and France in the years 1817 and 1818; containing remarks relative to language, geography, history, antiquities, natural history, science, painting, sculpture, architecture, agriculture, the mechanical arts and manufactures; 2 vols. 8° Edinburgh, 1820.

CAILLE (NICOLAS de la). See La Caille (N. de).

CAILLIE (-). See Jomard (E. F.). Remarques et recherches géographiques, &c. 8° (Miscellaneous.)

CALVERT (FREDERICK), Lord Baltimore. See Baltimore (Lord F. C.). CALVETE de ESTRELLA (JUAN CHRISTOVAL). El felicissimo viaile d'el muy alto y muy poderoso principe Don Phelippe hijo d'el Emperador Don Carlos quinto, desde España à sus tierras de la baxa Alemaña, con la descripcion de todos los estados de Brabante y Flandes. fol. Anversa, 1552.

CAMPBELL (ARCHIBALD). A voyage round the world from 1806 to 1812, in which Japan, Kamschatka, the Aleutian islands and the Sandwich islands were visited. 8° Edinburgh, 1816.

CAMUS (A. G.). Mémoire sur la collection des grands et petits voyages, et sur la collection des voyages de M. Thevenot. 4o Paris, an XI, (1802.)

CANOVAI (STANISLAO). Elogio d'A. Vespucci, con una dissertazione giustificativa di questo celebre navigatore; terza edizione, con illustrazioni ed aggiunte, e con una seconda dissertazione sulle vicende delle longitudini geografiche. 4° [Firenze] 1790.

ÇARATE (AUGUSTIN de). Historia del descubrimiento y conquista del

Peru. 8° Anvers, 1555.

CARPEAU de SAUSSAY (-). See Anonymous. Voyage de Madagascar. 12° 1722.

CARR (JOHN). A northern summer, or travels round the Baltic through Denmark, Sweden, Russia, Prussia and part of Germany, in 1804. 4° London, 1805.

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