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105 Addison's Account of West Barbary

103 2 Ali Bey's Travels in Morocco, Tripoli, Cy

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between the years 1803 and 1807, 2 vols.

61. 68.
Allison's Voyage from Archangel, in 1697 75
BARON'S Description of the Kingdom of

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taining Descriptions, Obser-
vations, &c. in a Journey from

Pekin to Canton, 31. 3s. 4

Voyage to Cochin - China, in

1792-3, 41. 4s. 5

Travels in Southern Africa, 2 vols.

41. 4s. 6

Life of Lord Macartney, 2 vols. 31. 38. Beckman's Voyage and Account of the Island of Borneo, in 1715

94 Bell's Travels in Asia, in 1715

86 7 Belzoni's Narrative of the Operations and

recent Discoveries within the Pyramids,
Temples, Tombs, and Excavations in
Egypt and Nubia, and of a Journey to the
Coast of the Red Sea, in search of the An-
cient Berenice; and another Journey to the
Oasis of Jupiter Ammon, 21. 128. 6d.



Bernier's Voyage to the East Indies, in 1655 88
Betagh's Account of Peru

100 Blount's Voyage to the Levant, 1634

92 Bosman's Account of the Coast of Guinea, in 1700

104 Bourgoigne's Travels in Spain

82 Bovis's History of Cochin-China

91 8 Bowdich's Mission from Cape-Coast Castle

to Ashantee, with a Statistical Account of
that Kingdom, and Geographical Notices
of other parts of the Interior of Africa,

31. 35.
Brand's Orkneys and Shetland Islands 79
Bray's Tour into Derbyshire

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Hungary; with some Remarks on the
State of Vienna during the Congress in

1814, 41. 4s.
10 Broughton's (T. D. Esq.) Letters, written in

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Engravings, 21. 8s.
Brown's Journies in the Interior of Africa

105 Travels in Africa

102 11 Burckhardt's Travels in Nubia, with Maps

and Plates, 21. 12s. 6d. Burnaby's Travels in North America




Buchanan's Journey from Madras through
the Countries of Mysore, Canara, and


12 CARR'S (Sir John) Stranger in Ireland, or

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21. 12s. 6d. 13

Tour through Holland, along the
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21. 5s. 14

Caledonian Sketches, or a Tour

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Stranger in France, or a Tour from

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16 mm Descriptive Travels in the Southern

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21. 2s. 17

Northern Summer, or Travels round
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Caron's Account of Japan
Carthier's Voyage to Canada, in 1534

Chardin's (Sir John) Travels into Persia
18 Chalmer's (George) Life of Mary Queen of

Scots, drawn from the State Papers, with

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Epique, par Lucien Bonaparte, 2 tom.
41. 4s.

87 97 90



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Chaste's Voyage to Tercera

Condamine's Travels in South America, in

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Cook's Voyages round the World

95 23 Cosmo's (the third Grand-Duke of Tuscany)

Travels through England during the Reign
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lated from the Italian Manuscript; to which
is prefixed, a Memoir of his Life. Illus-
trated with a Portrait, and numerous En-

gravings, 51. 58.
Coxe's Travels in Switzerland

83 Travels in Russia

85 Travels in Denmark and Norway 84 24 Craven's (Honourable Keppel) Tour through

the Southern Provinces of the Kingdom of
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DAMPIER'S Account of New Holland






Dampier's Account of the Philippines
25 Davy's (John M. D. F.R.S.) Account of the

Interior of Ceylon, and of its Inhabitants ;
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31. 3s.
Description of Tibet

Description of Persia 26 Dodwell's (Edward) Classical and Topogra

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