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HISTORY, ANTIQUITIES, VOYAGES, TRAVELS, BIOGRAPHY, CORRESPONDENCE,
1 ACERBI'S Travels through Sweden, Finland, and Lapland, to the North Cape, in 1798-9, 2 vols. 41. 48.
Account of a Voyage to Congo, in the
1666 and 1667, by Angelo and Carli 104 of the Discoveries and Settlements
of the English in America, from
of Celebes, Amboyna, &c.