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Everything connected with our great Colonies, and especially with our 
Australian ones, cannot fail to be of deep interest to the English people, and all 
we require is to have the facts concerning these distant Colonies brought more 

prominently before us Anything which tends to interest the Mother 

Country in our Colonies must always be a matter of the gi-eatest importance. 

H.R.H. The Peince of Wales, Speech at the 
Royal Colonial Institute, ISth March, 1885. 



CATALOGUE 



YOEK GATE LIBEAEY 



...... 



FORMED BY 



Mr. S. WILLIAM SILVER 



AN INDEX TO THE LITERATURE OF GEOGRAPHY 

MARITIME AND INLAND DISCOVERY 

COMMERCE AND COLONISATION 



BY 

EDWAED AUGUSTUS PETHERICK 

MEMBER OF THE LIBRARY ASSOCIAnON OP THE UNITED KINODOM 
F.L.8., F.R.O.S., ETC. 



SECOND EDITION 



ILonlion 

JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET 

1886 



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BlCRARD ClAT and SOSS, 
IiONDON AND BUNOAT. 



TO 

SIR HENRY BARKLY, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., 

WHO THROUGH A LENGTHENEB CAKEBK OF MORE THAN FORTY YEARS, A8 

STATESMAN AND COLONIAL GOVERNOR, 

IN THE WEST INDIES, IN VICTORIA, AND IN CAPE COLONY, 

HAS FULFILLED THE MOST DIFFICULT OF PUBLIC POSITIONS 

WITH DIGNITY AND WISDOM, 

EVER EXHIBITING THE HIGHEST CHARACTERISTICS OP AN 

ENGLISH GENTLEMAN ; 

AND TO 

MR. GEORGE ROBERTSON, 

THE EMINENT BOOKSELLER AND PUBLISHER OF MELBOURNE, 

WHOSE NAME IS A HOUSEHOLD WORD THROUGHOUT 

THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES; 

f ^is SSoiK is nsjp^Mifnllg inscriliti> bg 

THE COMPILER. 



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VOYAGES AND TRAVELS. 



If a man be ambitioas to improve in knowledge and wisdom he should travel 
in foreign countries. 

Philostratus Apoll. 



He that wil passe over the See, to go to the City of Jerusalem, he may go by 
many Weyes, both on See and Londe. 

Maumdetille, lith Cent. 



It hath bin lately maintained in an Academieall Difpute, That the beft 
Travailing is in maps and good Authours : beoaufe thereby a man may take a 
view of the ftate and manners of the whole world, and never mix with the 
con-uptions of it. A pleafing opinion for folitary prifonors, who may thus 
travell over the world, though confined to a dungeon. 

Profitable Inf (ructions for Travellers, 1633. 



By the ftudy of Geography, a man that hath not opportunity nor means of 
travelling, may with as much benefit, but far lefs danger and expence, acquaint 
himfelf with the particular defcriptions of Kingdoms, Provinces, Cities, Towns, 
and Caftles, with all things confiderable in the fame, together with the ouftomes, 
manners, and difpofitions of all Forrain Nations : and that too in as full a manner, 
as if he had furvey'd the one, and obferved the other, by a perfonall vifit of tho 
places reprefented to him. 

Peter Hetltn, Cosmograpkie, 1652. 



The Books which relate to Voyages and Tkavels are among the most precious 
in our libraries. I speak, of course, of well authenticated Travels ; and not of such 
stuff as the fictions of Psalmanazar, and the fabrications of Damberger. "Within 
the precincts of his Library, the Collector of Voyages and Travels makes himself 
acquainted with all countries, climates, and characters. The sea always carries 
him to his destined port in safety ; and the land is always secure from banditti. 
He sits " in his easy chair " and associates with warriors, legislators, philosophers, 
or savages ; he now scales the perilous height, and now traverses the plain with 

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equal impunity. To him, the wild beast of the forest, and the reptile of the 
desert, is equally innocuous. Nor do physical causes present either harm or 
Impediment. The snows of the Alps or the Andes, and the fires of Vesuvius or 
Mtna. neither freeze his blood nor scorch his skin. He knows not hunger or thirst : 
although hundreds of Ids fellow-creatures are perishing from both causes. If it be 
the season of winter, he draws close his crimson curtain, stirs his wood-coal fire, 
trims his liimi), sinks upon his couch — and throws himself into sunny regions, 
where the lime, and tamarind, and pomegranate, yield their refreshing juices. Or, 
should the summer dart its Iieat upon his head, he seeks the northern arbour of 
his garden ; and cool, beneath the mixed foliage of the holly, and ivy, and 
clematis — over the whole of which the woodbine throws its sweet-scented tendrils 
— he spreads his folio or his quarto upon the rustic table ; now gazes ujjon the 
highly-wrought plates, and now buckles himself to the uninterrupted perusal of 
the instructive text. In sucli a recess he is cooled by the fancied breezes of 
Kamtsohatka or Spitsbergen ; and thus, turning over the pages of Cook or Parry, 
the hours steal away, and the sun is sinking low iu the horizon. But, whether 
winter or summer, the volumes of Hakluyt and of Pukchas will never fail to 
afibrd an inexhaxistible fund of amusement. 

EiiV. T. F. DiBliiN, Library Companion, J.824. 



Books taken indiscriminately, are no cure to the diseases and afflictions of the 
mind. . . . For hypochondria and satiety, what is better than a brisk alternative 
course of travels — especially early, out-of-the-way, marvellous, legendaiy travels ! 
How they freshen up the Spirits ! How they take you out of the humdnim, 
yawning state you are in. See, with Herodotus, young Greece spring up into 
life ; or note with him how already the wondrous old Orient world is crumbling 
into giant decay ; or go with Carpini and Rubruquis to Tartary, meet " the carts 
of Zagathai laden with houses, and think that a great city is travelling towards 
you." Gaze on tliat vast wild empire of the Tartar, where the descendants of 
Jenghis " multiply and disperse over the immense waste desert, which is as 
boundless as the ocean." Sad with the early northern discoverers, and penetrate 
to the heart of winter, among sea-serpents and bears, and tusked morses, with 
the faces of men. Then, what think you of Columbus, and the stern soul of 
Cortes, and the Kingdom of Mexico, and the strange gold city of the Peruvians 
With that aildacious brute Pizarro ? and the Polynesians, just for all the world 
like the Ancient Britons? and the American Indians, and the South Sea Islanders ? 
How petidant, and young, aind adventurous, and frisky your hypochondriac must 
get upon a regimen like that ! 

Lord Lttton, The Caxtons, 1849. 

Of voyages and travels, I would also have good store, especially the earlier 
when the world was fresh and unhackneyed, and men saw things invisible to the 
modem eye. They are fast sailing ships to waft away from present trouble to the 
"Fortunate Isles." 

JAmes Russell Lowell, Address at Chelsea, Mass., Dee. 22nd, 1885. 



GREAT BRITAIN AND HER COLONIES. 



Thou that after the impetuous rage of five bloody Inundations, and the 
fueoeeding Sword of inteftine Ih'arre, foaking the Land in her owne gore, didft 
pitty the fad and ceafles revolution of our fwift and thick-comming forrowes when 
wee were quite breathleffe, of Thy free grace didft motion Peace, and termes of 
Cov'nant with us, and having firlt welnigh freed us from AiUichriflian thraldome, 
didft build up this Britannick Empire to a glorious and enviable heighth with all 
her Daughter Ilaiuis about her, ftay us in this felicite. 

Milton, Of Reformation in England, 1641. 

Colonies are the Seeds of Nations, begun and nourifh'd by the Care of wife and 
populous Countries ; as conceiving them best for the Increafe of humane Stock, 
and beneficial for Commerce. Some of the wifest Men in History, have juftly 
taken their Fame from this Defign and Service. . . . Nor did any of these ever 
dream it was the way of decreafing their People or Wealth. For the Caufe of 
the Decay of any of those States or Empires was not their Plantations, bi't 
their Luxury and Corruption of Manners. . . . With Juftice therefore I deny 
the vulgar Opinion again ft Plantations, that they weaken England; they have 
manifeftly inrich'd and fo ftrengthen'd her. . , . Thofe that go into a Foreign 
Plantation, their Induftry there is worth more than if ftay'd at home. 

Pbnn, The Benefit of Plantations or Colonies, 1680. 

Colonies are a Strength to their Mother-Kingdom, while they are under good 
Discipline, while they are ftrictly made to obferve the Fundamental Laws of 
their Original Counti-y, and while they are kept dependant on it. . . . Not 
that we think the Greatuefs thefe Colonies may arrive at, in a Natural Courfe, 
and iu the progrefs of Time, can be dangerous to England. . . . Generally 
fpeaking, oui- Colonies while they have Englifh Blood in their Veins, and have 
Relations in England, and while they can get by trading with us, the ftronger 
and greater they grow, the more this Crown and Kingdom will get by them ; and 
nothing but fuoh an Arbitrary Power as fhall make them defxierate, can bring 
'em to rebel. 

Davenant, Difcourse on the Plantation Trade, 1698. 



Colonies and Plantations are both Strength and Riches to their Mother 
Country, while tliey are ftrictly made to observe the Laws of it ; and while ours 
have Britifh Blood in their Veins, and Relations in Great Briiain, and can get 
by Trading with us, the ftronger and greater they grow, the more the Grown and 
this Kingdom will get by them ; and nothing but our Arbitrary Treatment of 
them, and our Mifgovemment, can make them otherwise than beneficial and 
Advantagious to ua 

■Wood, A Survey of Trade, 1718. 

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My hold of the Colonies is in the close affection which grows from common 
names, from kindred blood, from similar privileges, and equal protection. These 
are ties, which, though light as air, are strong as links of iron. Let the colonies 
always keep the idea of their civil rights associated with your government ; — 
they will cling and grapple to you ; and no force under heaven will be of power 

to tear them from their allegiance As long as you have the wisdom to 

keep the sovereign authority of this country as the sanctuary of liberty, the 
sacred temple consecrated to our common faith, wherever the chosen race and 
sous of England worship freedom, they will turn their faces towards you. The 
more they multiply, the more friends you will liave ; the more ardently they 
love liberty, the more perfect will be their obedience. 

BuKKE, Speech on Conciliation with the Colonies, 1775. 



The colony trade is more advantageous to Great Britain than any other ; and 
the monopoly, by forcing irlto that trade a greater proportion of _ the capital of 
Great Britain than what would otherwise have gone to it, has turned that 
capital into an employment more advantageous to the country than any other 
which it could have found. 

Adam Smith, Tlie Wealth of Naiions, 1784. 



A deadly fear of Population ... a giim shadow of hunger . . . too dense in- 
habitants. . . . Too crowded indeed I Meanwhile, what portion of this incon- 
siderable terraqueous globe have ye actually tilled and delved, till it will grow no 
more ? . . . Where now are the Hengists and Alarics of our still-glowing, still- 
expanding Europe ; who, when their home is grown too narrow, will enlist, and, 
like Fire-pillars, guide onwards those superfluous masses of indomitable living 
Valour ; equipped not now with the battle-axe and war-chariot, but with the 
Bteam-engine and ploughshare ? Where are they ? 

Carltlb, Sartor Besarlus, 1831. 



Colonisation is Hot only a manifest expedient for, but an imperative duty on. 
Great Britain. God seems to hold out His finger to us over the sea i But it must 
be a National Colonisation, such as was that of the Scotch to America : a Coloui- 
sation of Hope, and not such as we have alone encouraged and effected for the 
last fifty years — a Colonisation of Despair. 

Coleridge, Taile Talk, 1833. 



Political power, maritime strength, commercial opulence, mental activity, 
internal security, and general prosperity and happiness — all spring from the 
possession of colonies wisely chosen, generously fostered, and justly governed. . . . 

A vast power it has pleased Almighty Providence to bestow on Britain : no 
nation, of which we have any record in sacred or profane history, ever enjoyed 
the advantages and blessings of this Empire — in its immense extent — its varied 
inhabitants — its abundant fertility — its diversified • products, and felicitous 
position in every part of the globe. . . . 

In our colonies will be found the richest fields for the increase of our power ; 
these are the genuine sources of national wealth ; and their cultivation is, ic 
reality, the trtie policy of England. 

MONTGOMEEY MaRTIN, 1840. , 



When 1 ask you to colonize, what do I ask you to do but to cany the super- 
fluity of one part of our country to repair the deficiency of tlie other : to culti- 
vate the desert by applying to it the means that lie idle here : to convey the 
plough to the field, the workman to his work, the hungi-y to his food. 

Chables Buller, Speech in the House of Commons, 6th April, 1843. 



Why should there not he an "Emigration Service" and Secretary, with 
adjuncts, with funds, forces, idle Navy ships, and ever increasing apparatus ; in 
fine, an effective system of Emigration ; so that, at length, every honest willing 
Workman who found England too strait, and the "Organization of Labour" not 
yet sufficiently advanced, might find likewise a bridge built to carry him into 
new Western Lands, there to "organize " with more elbow-room some labour for 
himself? There to be a real blessing, raising new com for ns, purchasing new 
webs and hatchets from us ; leaving us at least in peace ; — instead of staying 
here to be a Physical-Force Chartist ; unblessed and no blessing. Is it not 
scandalous to consider that a Prime Minister could raise within the year, as I 
have seen it done, a Hundred and Twenty Millions Sterling to shoot the French ; 
and we are stopt short for want of the hundredth part of that to keep the 
English living ? The bodies of the English living, and the souls of the English 
living ; these two "Services," an Education Service and an Emigration Service, 
these with others will actually have to be organized ! 

A free bridge for Emigrants . . . every willing "Worker that proved super- 
fluous, finding a bridge ready for him. This verily will have to be done ; the 
Time is big with this. Our little Isle is grown too narrow for us. . . . Fourteen 
hundred years ago, it was by a considerable " Emigration Service," never doubt 
it, by much enlistment, discussion and apparatus, that we ourselves- arrived in 
this remarkable Island. • Carlyle, Past and Present, 1843. 



To appreciate the benefits of colonization, it should be considered in its relation, 
not to a single country, but to the collective economical interests of the human 
race. The question is in general treated too exclusively as one of distribution ; 
of relieving one labour-market and supplying another. It is this, but it is also 
a question of production, and of the most efficient employment of the productive 
resources of the world. . . . The exportation of labourers and capital from old 
to new countries, from a place where their productive power is less, to a place 
where it is greater, increases by so much the aggregate produce of the labour and 
capital of the world. It adds to the joint wealth of the old and new country, 
what amounts in a short period to many times the mere cost of efiecting the 
transport. There needs be no hesitation in affinning that Colonization, in 
the present state of the world, is the very best affair of business, in which the 
capital of an old and wealthy countiy can possibly engage. 

John Stttart Mill, Principles of Political Economy, 1848. 



Colonies are not to be picked off the streets every day ; not a Colony of them 
but has been bought dear, well purchased by the toil and blood of those we have 
the honour to be sons of ; and we cannot afford to cut them away ... wo pro- 
pose through Heaven's blessing to retain them a while yet ! Shame on us for 



linworthy sons of brave fathers if we do not. Brave fathers, hy valiant blood and 
sweat, purchased for us, from the bounty of Heaven, rich possessions in all zones. 
. . . England looking on her Colonies can say : " Here are lands and seas, spice- 
" lands, corn-lands, timber-lands, overarched by zodiacs and stars, clasped by 
" many-sounding seas ; wide spaces of the Maker's building, iit for the cradle 
" yet of mighty Nations and their Sciences and Heroisms. Fertile continents 
' ' still inhabited by wild beasts are mine, into which all the distressed populations 
" of Europe might pour themselves, and make at once an Old "World and a 
" New World human. By the eternal fiat of the gods, this must yet one day 
" be; this, by all the Divine Silences that rule this Universe, silent to fools, 
" eloquent and awful to the hearts of the wise, is incessantly at this moment, 
" and at all moments, commanded to begin to be. Unspeakable deliverance, 
" and new destiny of thousandfold expanded manfulness for all men, dawns 
" out of the Future here. To me has fallen the god-like task of initiating all 
" that : of me and my Colonies, the abstruse Future asks, Are you wise enough 
" for so sublime a destiny ? Are you too foolish ? " 

Caeltlk, LaUcr-Day Pamphlets, 1850. 



Since first the dominion of men was asserted over the ocean, three thrones, of 

mark beyond all others, have been set upon its sands : the thrones of Tyre, 
Venice, and England. Of the First of these great powers only the memory 
remains ; of the Second, the ruin ; the Third, which inherits their greatness, if 
it forget their example, may be led through prouder eminence to less pitied 
destruction. 

Rfskin, J7te Stones of Venice, 1851. 



These islands cannot bear a larger population than they have at present 
without peril to soul and body. It appeared as if the Genius of England, antici- 
pating the inevitable increase, had provided beforehand for the distribution of it. 
English enterprise had occupied the fairest spots upon the globe where there was 
still soil and sunshine boundless and life-giving ; where the race might for ages 
renew its mighty youth, bring forth as many millions as it would, and would 
still have means to breed and rear them strong as the best which she had pro- 
duced in her early prime. ... I have 'travelled through lands where patriotism 
is not a sentiment to be laughed at . . . where I never met a hungry man or saw 
a discontented face ; where in the softest and sweetest air, and in an unexhausted 
soil, the fable of Midas is reversed ; food does not turn to gold, but the gold with 
which tho earth is teeming converts itself into farms and vineyards, into flocks 
and herds, into crops of wild luxuriance, into cities whose recent origin is con- 
cealed and compensated by trees and flowers — where children grow who seem 
once more to understand what was meant by "Merry England." Amidst the 
uncertainties which are gathering around us at home — a future so obscure that 
the wisest men will least venture a conjecture what that future will be, it is 
something to have seen with our own eyes that there are other Englands besides 
the old one, where tho race is thriving with all its ancient characteristics. . . . 
Let Fate do its worst, the family of Oceana is still growing, and will have a 
sovereign voice in the coming fortunes of mankind. 

J. A. Froudb, Oceana, 1885. 



PREFACE. 



The present Catalogue embraces the Geographical and 
Colonial portions of a somewhat extensive miscellaneous 
library, which I have gradually accumulated during the past 
thirty years. 

Although no traveller myself, I have always taken great 
interest in the work of travellers ; an interest which has 
been kept up by the friendly personal relations, which it ^ 
has been my privilege to enjoy, with many of the most 
illustrious explorers of our generation. To some of them I 
am indebted for presentation copies of their works and for 
specimens of Natural History, Economic Botany, and 
Ethnology, contributed to a private Museum of the products 
of various countries which I have also been engaged in 
forming.* It is natural, therefore, that I should have 
desired to possess a library of geography and travel, and I 
have endeavoured to make it as complete as the means 
and opportunities at my disposal permitted. 

The idea of publishing a Catalogue of this part of my 
library originated in the want which I have often felt of 
a book of reference giving something more than brief titles 
arranged in alphabetical order. The present Catalogue gives, 
in order of their date and classified according to countries, 
the full titles of geographical books, including the contents 
of miscellaneous Collections, such as those of Hakluyt, 
Purchas, Churchill, Bumey, and others. At first intended 
to include the Australasian sections only, its scope has been 
enlarged, and it now embraces Discovery and Travel as well as 

* A separate Catalogue of this Collection has been printed, under 
the title of " Catalogue of the Nature and Art Collection,'' Letconibe 
Regis, 1876. 



Colonization in all parts of the world. Believing in its utility, 
as far as the extent of my own library goes, I now offer it 
to collectors and students. While it in no section pretends 
to be complete or exhaustive, the titles, being in chronological 
order, are sufficient in "several of the geographical sections to 
mark the course of discovery and exploration, and, in the 
colonial sections, to indicate the progress and history of 
each dependency. It thus forms a useful index to a know- 
ledge of the varied circumstances, physical and political, of 
the countries and peoples of the world, and shows still more 
clearly the vast extent and ever increasing importance of the 
numerous possessions of our own unbounded Empire. It may, 
I hope, possibly draw attention to the prospects and resources of 
our Colonies, a subject with urgent claims upon the study of the 
politician and the statesman as well as the merchant and the 
capitalist. And, not as mere dependencies, but as component 
parts of the Empire which, at no distant future, must become 
of greater importance in the world than the mother-country 
herself. 

For assistance in collecting and the labour involved in 
the compilation of the Catalogue I am much indebted to my 
friend Mr. E. A. Petherick, F.R.G.S., a gentleman who has 
made the history and bibliography of this branch of literature, 
particularly as regards the British Colonies, his especial study. 
He has devoted much care and time to the task, and spared no 
pains to render it complete, adding to the Catalogue- proper two 
Alphabetical Indexes, one of countries and the other of authors, 
which will greatly facilitate reference. 

The plan of the Catalogue is one I should like to see 
extended to much larger collections, or, indeed, to the whole 
literature of geography ; for by it a student, with very little 
trouble, may learn what books, or what memoirs and articles 
buried in miscellaneous collections, periodicals, and in Transac- 
tions of Societies, have been published on any country regarding 
which he may be in search of information. 

S. Wm. SILVER. 

3, York Gate, Regent's Park, N.W. 
August, 1882. 



PEEFACE TO SECOND EDITION. 



During the last fqur years the accessions to the Library have 
been very numerous, and advantage was taken of the oppor- 
tunities afforded by the Beckford, Hamilton, Ellis, and Wodhull 
sales, to secure some of their typographical treasures and rarities. 
Among these wdl be noticed the Collections of De Bry (Latin), 
Ramusio {Italian), and Thevenot {French) ; the Berlinghieri and 
Serveti Ptolemies, the works of Vadianus, Munster, Ortelius, 
Mercator, and later cosmographers ; the Floras of Hooker, the 
magnificent works of Gould on the "Birds" and "Mammals" 
of Australia — prizes for which acknowledgment is hereby 
made to the eminent bibliopoles, Messrs. Quaritch and Ellis. 
Among other and scarcely less important acquisitions are the 
" Australians," " New Zealanders," and " Kaffirs " of Angas, with 
some of the Artist's original sketches, and the Reports of the 
Scientific Results of the Voyage of the " Challenger." Editions 
of Peter Martyr, Barros and Da Couto, Herrera with John 
Stevens' translation, Valentyn, Campbell's edition of Harris, 
Navan-ete, and De Jonge, render the early voyages of the 
Portuguese, Spaniards, and Dutch more complete. Jomard's 
Monuments de Giographie, Humboldt's Hxamen Critique, with 
R. H. Major's Index, kindly presented by that gentleman ; the 
Atlas du Moyen Age of Lelewel ; the noble volume Cartas de 
Indias, published by the Spanish Government ; — these, with 
Smith and Grove's Ancient Atlas, further illustrate the History 
of Geography, and the works of Fergusson, Duncker, Schliemann, 
Perrot and Chipiez, that of Antiquity; while the numerous 
references attest the value and usefulness of the new edition 
of the Encyclopoedia Britannica upon kindred subjects. 



PREFACE TO SECOND EDITION. 



The additions, especially those mentioned, have very greatly 
extended the Catalogue and necessarily enlarged its scope. To 
increase its usefulness as a work of reference, in this edition 
the titles of memoirs and papers in the several Collections of 
Voyages and Travels have been distributed under the countries 
or subjects to which they refer. The Catalogue proper is re- 
arranged in three parts, viz. : — 

(1) General Geografhy, Science, Economics and Politics, 

(2) Transactions of Societies and Collections, 

(3) Voyages and Travels m different parts of the World, 

and subdivided into one hundred sections. At the end (§ 99) is 
a list of books on Missions and Travels by Christian Missionaries. 
The Index of Authors is also much enlarged and will be found 
useful in all libraries possessing copies of Hakluyt, Purchas, 
Churchill, and the other great Collections, the contents of these 
works being here comprehended in one alphabet. A few ex- 
tracts from eminent writers are prefixed and affixed — those 
relating to " Great Britain and her Colonies " may serve as 
winged arrows for present-day Politicians. 

Another feature, adding to the beauty of the present Catalogue, 
is a series of illustrations of rare titles and facsimiles, slightly 
reduced by photo-lithography from the originals. ' 

The Library now contains nearly 5000 volumes and pamphlets, 
including many early productions of the Colonial press, and 
I hope that the time and labour bestowed upon the Catalogue 
will be thought not unworthy of the Collection. It has been 
to me a labour of love — a labour now crowned by the appear- 
ance of the work in its present handsome foi-m. I cannot part 
from it without testifying to the liberality which enhances the 
work so much. English Bibliography is not often indebted to 
the rich and wealthy for patronage and encouragement. Though 
only an amateur bibliographer, I venture on behalf of the craft 
to make this small acknowledgment to one who has not only 
founded a truly representative library of Geography, but has 
spent worthily upon the Catalogue, 

EDWARD A. PETHERICK. 



" Yarra Yakea," Brixton Hill, London, S.W. 
October, 1886. 



CONTENT.S. 



PAGE 

PREFACE • • ■ • • vii 

PREFACE TO SECOND EDITION ix 

CONTENTS xi 

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS xv 

ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF COUNTRIES AND SUBJECTS . . . xvii 
ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF AUTHORS xxi to cxxxii 



CATALOGUE. 

PART I.— GENERAL GEOGRAPHY; POLITICAL, HISTORICAL, MATHE- 
MATICAL, COMMERCIAL, AND PHYSICAL; INCLUDING NATURAL 
SCIENCES, ZOOLOGY, BOTANY, &c. (Pp. 1—38). 

PAGE 

§ 1. Ancient Geography and Antiquities 1 

§ 2. Medieval Geography 3 

§ 3. Modern Geography 5 

§ 4. The Art of Travel, Navigation, &c 8 

§ 5. History of Discovery, Commerce, and Colonization .... 10 
§ 6. Economics and Politics ; including International and Colonial Law, 

Emigration, Trade, Commerce, Industry, and Statistics .... 15 
§ 7. Physiography and Biology ; including Physical Geography, 

Astronomy, Zoology, Geology, and Palceontology 28 

§ 8. Botany and Floras 35 



PART II.— TRANSACTIONS AND COLLECTIONS (Pp. 39— P2). 

§ 9. Transactions of Societies, including Royal Geogi-aphical Society 
and Linnean Society's Publications, Proceedings of the Africau 
Association and of the Koyal Colonial Institute 39 

§ 10. Collections of Voyages and Travels ; including Ramusio, De Bry, 
Hakluyt, Purchas, Thevenot, Churchill, Harley, Harris, Bumey, 
Navarrete, the Hakluyt Society, Encyclopsedia Britannica, &c. . 40 



XJl 



CONTENTS. 



PART III.— VOYAGER AND TRAVELS IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE 
WORLD (Pp. 93—334). 

PAOI 

§ 11. Voyages and Circumnavigations 93 

§ 12. The Aectio Rkgioxs ; including Voyages for the Discovery of the 

North-East and North-West Passages ,. . 106 

§ 13. The Antarctic Regions 114 

§ 14. Travels over the Continents and in Several Parts of the 

World 115 

EUROPEAN COUNTRIES AND ISLANDS. 

§ 15. Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Lapland 122 

§ 16. Iceland, The Faroe Islands, &o 123 

§ 17. The British Islands 124 

§ 18. Spain and Portugal 129 

§ 19. Madeira and the Azores • 131 

§ 20. Prance 132 

§ 21. Switzerland 133 

§ 22. Corsica and Sardinia 134 

§ 23. Italy, Sicily, Malta, &c 134 

§ 24. Holland, Belgium, the Rhine, and Germany 136 

§ 25. Austria, Hungary, Transylvania, Dalmatia, &c 138 

§ 26. Turkey in Europe ; Roumania, Bulgaria, Servia, Albania, Greece, 

the Archipelago, and Cyprus 1 39 

§ 27. Russia in Europe, and Poland 142 

ASIATIC COUNTRIES AND ISJ^ANDS. 

§ 28. The Caucasus 144 

§ 29. Siberia and Manchuria 145 

§ 30. Bokhara and Russian Turkestan 146 

§ 31. Tartary, Eastern Turkestan and Mongolia 148 

§ 32. Tibet 149 

§ 33. China 150 

§ 34. CoREA and Loo-CHOO Islands 154 

§ 35. Formosa 164 

§ 36. Japan 165 

§ 37. Indo-China, Tonquin, Siam, Annam, Cambqdia, Malaya and the 

Straits Settlements 156 

§ 38. Arracan and Burmah 158 

§ 39. India 159 

§ 40. Ceylon 168 

§ 41. The Maldives, Laccadives, and Minicoy 169 

§ 42. Andaman and Nicobar Islands 169 

g 43. Kafiristan 170 

§ 44. Afghanistan 170 

§ 45. Beloochistan 171 

§ 46. Persia 171 



CONTENTS. xiii 



PaO£ 

§ 47. Asia Minor, Armenia, and Mesopotamia ; including Researches 

in Assyria and Babylon • . . 174 

§ 48. Sykia, Palestine, and Sinai Peninsula 178 

§ 49. Arabia and the Bed Sea 1^3 

AFRICAN COUNTRIES AND ISLANDS, 

§ 50. Egypt and Nubia 185 

§ 51. The Egyptian Soudan and WiIiTe Nil£ BaSin 188 

§ 52. ABYS.SINIA 189 

§ 53. Barbauy States ; Tripoli, Fezzan, Tunis, Algeria, ami Storocco . 191 
§ 54. West Africa, The Sahara, and Nighitia ; including Seuegambia, 

Sierra Leone, Ashantee, Daliomc, Upper Guinea, Calabar, the 

Canary and Cape de Verde Islands 194 

§ 55. St. Helena, Ascension Island, TristaN D'AfcuitiA, and St. 

Paul's Rocks 200 

§ 56. Webtebn EcjuatOrial Africa ; Lower Guinea, Loango, Congo, 

Angola, Benguela 200 

§ 57. Eastern Equatorial Africa ; Somalilaiid, Zanzitai-, Nyanza aiid 

Tanganyika Lake Regions 202 

§ 58. Tropical South AriticA ; Sofala, Mozambique, Nyassa, Zambesi 

Basin, Matabele, Namaqua, and Damara Land 206 

§ 59. South African Colonies ; Cape Colony and Kaffraria 209 

§ 60. Natal and Zulu Land . 21S 

§ 61. Orange Free State and The Transvaal 215 

§ 62. Madagascar 218 

§ 63. Mauritius, Reunion, Rodriguez, the Comoros, Seychelles, Chagos, 

Cooos, Amsterdam and St. Paul's, Marion, Crozet, and Kerguelen 

Islands 218 

AUSTRALASIA AND POLYNESIA. 

§ 64. Eastern Archipelago ; Sumatra, Java, Banda, The Moluccas, 4c. 220 

§ 65. The Philippine Islands 223 

§ 66. Borneo 224 

§ 67. New Guinea 225 

§ 68. Micronesia, Melanesia, and Poltnesia 227 

§ 69. The Hawaiian Islands 232 

§ 70. Australian Discovery, Exploration, and Natural History 234 

§ 71. The Australian Aborigines 240 

§ 72. The Australian Colonies : New South Wales, and incidentally of 

the other Australian Colonies and New Zealand 242 

§ 73. Victoria 256 

§ 74. South Australia 261 

§ 75. North Australian Settlements 264 

§ 76. Queensland, fonnerly Moreton Bay District 264 

§ 77. WestebnAustralia, Swan River Settlement, Australind,&c. 266 

§ 78. Tasmania, formerly Van Diemen's Land 267 

§ 79. New Zealand ; Historical and Descriptive 271 

§ 80. The Fiji Islands 282 



AMEEICA AND THE WEST INDIES. 

PAGE 

§ 81. The Dojiinion of Canada 284 

§ 82. XovA Scotia, New Bkunswick, Cape Bketon, and Prince 

Edward Island 288 

§ 83. Manitoba aud North-West Territory 289 

§ 84. British Columbia and Vancouver Island 291 

§ 85. Newfoundland and the Labrador Coast . 292 

§ 86. Bermuda 293 

§ 87. The United States 294 

§ 88. Mexico and Lower California 301 

§ 89. West India Islands ; Cuba, Hayti, Jamaica, the Bahamas, Wind- 
ward and Leeward Islands, &o 303 

§ 90. Central America ; Yucatan, Guatemala, Honduras, San Salvador, 

Nicaragua, Costa Rica, the Isthmus of Panama and Darien . . 307 

§ 91. Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, and Galapagos Islands . . . 309 

§ 92. Guiana, British, French, and Dutch 311 

§ 93. Brazil and The Amazons 313 

§ 94. States of the River Plate ; The Argentine Provinces, Paraguay, 

and Uruguay 315 

§ 95. Peru and Bolivia 317 

§ 96. Chili and Juan Fernandez 320 

§ 97. Patagonia, Strait of Magellan, and Terra del Fuego ... 821 

§ 98. The Falkland Islands 322 

§ 99. CHRISTIAN MISSIONS 325 

§ 100. BIBLIOGRAPHY AND CATALOGUES 332 



LIST OF ILLUSTKATIONS. 



The World, from the Berlinohieki Ptolemy (1480 ?) 

Engi-aved Title — MnnsTEs's Cosmogeaphie, 1554 

Engraved Title— Atlas Geogeaphicus (Moll) 

Engraved Title — Cunikghasi's Cosmogbaphicall Glasse ... 

Engraved Title — Seldbm's Dominion of the Sea 

Frontispiece to the same work — "Britannia" ... 

Title— Bamusio, Delle Navigationi et Viaogi, Vol. i. ... 

The World, from Title, De Bbt's 0kand8 Voyages, Part vm. 1599 



... To face page 1 
4 
,. 6 
8 
. 14 
. 16 
. 40 
. 42 



Engraved Title — De Bby's Petits Voyages, Part i., Pigafetta's Congo, 1598 44 

Title— Hakluyt'b English Voyages, Vol. i. lolO 46 

Engraved Title — Pubchas, His Pilgbimes, Vol. i. 1625 52 

Illustration of the Dodo, &o., from Bontekoe'a Voyage — Thevenot, Vol. i. 68 
Engraved Title — De Bby's Petits Voyages, Part iv., Linschoten'g Voyages, 



1601 



96 



Frontispiece to Yule's Marco Polo, Vol. i. — Return of tlie Polos after 26 
Years' Sojourn in the Orient 114 



Engraved Title — Coryat's Cruditiks ... 



.. 116 



Frontispiece to Yule'u Mabco Polo, Vol. ii. — Marco Polo telling hia Story 
of Quinsai and the Great Caan in the Prison at Genoa, 1298 150 

Title— Lycett's Australia, with View in Bathurst Plains, 1824 242 

North View of Sydney in 1821, from Lycett's Views 244 



INDEX OF COUNTRIES AND 
SUBJECTS. 



Abeokuta, 197-199. 

Aborigines and Colonization, 19, 20. 

Aborigines of Australia, 240-242. 

Tasmania, 269-271. 

Abyssinia, 189-191. 

Acadia (Nova Scotia), 288, 289. 

Acclimatisation, 34. 

Aden, 18-3-185. 

Afghanistan, 170, 171. 

Africa AND Islands, 115-121,185-219. 

Africa, Travels in, 185-216. 

Equatorial Eastern, 202-206. 

Equatorial Western, 200-202. 

Geography of, 1-7. 

South, Colonies of, 209-216. 

Tropical, 206-209. 

-West, 194-199. 



African Association Proc, 39, 192. 

Alaska, 298-300. 

Albania, 139-142. 

Algeria, 191-193. 

Alps (The), 133. 

Amazons (River), 313-315. 

Amboyna, 220-223. 

Amboyna and Dutch Cruelties, 221. 

America and West Indies, 284-322. 

America, Early Voyages, 93-96. 

Geography of, 5-7. 

North, 284-309. 

Indians, 294, 297, 300. ' 

■ British Colonies,284-294. 



Central, 307-309. 
South, 309-322. 



Amsterdam and St. Paul's Is., 219. 
Anatolia, 176, 177. 
Ancient Geography, 1-3. 

History, 2, 3. 

Andaman Islands, 169. 
Angola, 200-202. 
Angora, 176. 
Annam, 156-158. 
Animal Distribution, 31, 34. 



Anntals, Year Books, &c., 25. 

— — Australian, 254, 260. 

■ Canadian, 286. 

South African, 212, 215. 

Antarctic Regions, Voyages to, 114. 

Anthropology, 81, 32, 35. 

Antiquities, 2, 3. 

Arabia, 183-185. 

Ararat (Mt.), 177. 

Archaeology, 2. 

Archipelago (Indian), 220-225. 

(Greek), 139-142. 

Arctic Voyages, 106-114. 
Argentine Republic, 315-317. 
Armenia, 174-177. 
Arracan, 158, 159. 
Ascension Island, 200. 
Ashango Land, 200-202. 
Ashantee, 194-199. 

Asia and Islands, 144-185. 
Asia, Early Travels in, 115-116. 

Geography of, 1-7. 

Modern Travels in, 144-185. 

Northern and Central, 145-150. 

Eastern and Southern, 150-174. 

Western, 174-185. 

Assam, 168. 

Assyrian Researches, 174-177. 
Astronomy, Physical Geog., &c., 28-35. 
Atlantic Ocean, 35. 
Atlases, Gazetteers, &c., 1-7, 12, 13. 
Atlas Mountains, 193. 
Australasia and Polynesia, 220-283. 
Australia, Discovery of, 234-240. 
. ■ — — Exploration of, 234-240. 

Aborigines of, 240-242. 

Natural History, 234-240. 

Botany and Flora, 35-38. 

Colonies of, 242-267. 

North, 264. 

South, 261-264. 

Western, 266, 267. 



t 

xviii INDEX OP COUNTRIES AND SUBJECTS. 


Austria-Hungary, 138, 139. 


Caucasus (The), 144. 


Azores, 131, 132. 


Cayenne, French Guiana, 311, 312. 




Celebes, 220-223. 


Babylonia, Eesearches in, 174-177. 


Central America, 307-309. 


Badakshan, 170. 


Ceylon, 168, 169. 


Baden, 137. 


Chagos Islands, 219. 


Bagd.ad, 174-177. 


Chaldea, 174-177. 


Bahama Islands, 303-306. 


"Challenger" Voyage, 32, 33, 105. 


Balearic Islands, 130, 131. 


Chatham Islands, 273, 281. 


Baltic Sea and Countries, 33, 35, 122, 


Chili, 320, 321. 


123, 136-138, 142-144. 


China, 150-154. 


Banda, 220-223. 


Chincha Islands, 318, 320. 


Barbadoes, 303-307. 


Chinese Empire, 148-154. 


Barbary States, 191-193. 


Chinese Immigration, 23, 255, 265. 


Barometer, Use of, 8-10. 


Chryse, 156, 157. 


Bavaria, 136-137. 


Church in the Colonies, 325. 


Bengal, 159-169. 


Circassia, 143, 144. 


Belgium, 136-138. 


Circumnavigations, 93-106. 


Belize, 308-309. 


Cochin-china, 156-158. 


Beloochistan, 171. 


Cocos Islands, 218, 219. 


Bengal, 160-168. 


Collections of Voyages, &c. 40-92. 


Benguela, 200-202. 


Colombia, 309, 310. 


Benin, 194-199. 


Colonial Constitutions, 15-28. 


Bermuda, 293, 294. 


Defences, 22, 23. 


Bible Society (B. & F.), 326, 329. 


History, 12-15. 


Bibliography and Catalogues, 332. 


Institute Proceedings, 40, &o. 


Biology and Physiography, 28-38. 


Colonial Law, 23, 24. 


Bohemia, 138, 139. 


Colonial Politics, 15-28. 


Bokhara, 146-148. 


Colorado, 298-300. 


Bolivia, 317-320. 


Columbia, British, 291-292. 


Borneo, 224, 225. 


Commerce, History of, 10-15. 


Botany and Floras, 35-38. 


Commerce, Trade, &c. 15-28. 


" Bounty," Mutiny of the, 100. 


Comoro Islands, 219. 


Brazil, 313-315. 


Congo, 200-202. 


British Colonies in America previous 


Constantinople, 139-142. 


to their Independence, 295, 296. 


Corea, 154. 


British Columbia, 291-292. 


Corsica, 134. 


British Guiana, 311-313. 


Costa Rica, 307-309. 


British Islands, 124-129. 


Crete, 139-142. 


Brittany, 132. 


Crime and Criminal Law, 18, 22, 25. 


Buccaneers, 303. 


Crimea, 142-144. 


Buenos Ayres, 315-317. 


Croatia, Servia, &c., 138, 139. 


Bukovina, 138. 


Crozet Islands, 218, 219. 


Bulgaria, 139-142. 


Crusades, 116, 178, 179. 


Bull of Pope Alexander VI., 16. 


Cuba, 303, 307. 


Bunnah, 158, 159. 


Curia Muria Islands, 184. 




Currency and Exchange, 15-28. 


Cabul, 170, 171. 


CuiTents, Tides, &c., 28, 33-35. 


Calabar, 194-199. 


Cyclones, &c., 33. 


California, Oregon, &o. 294, 298-300. 


Cyprus, 139-142. 


Cambodia, 156-158. 




Cameroons, 197-199. 


Dahome, 194-199. 


Canada, Dominion of, 284-292. 


Dalmatia, 138, 139. 


■NT — *-l, -wr — 4- oon onn 


Damara Land, 206-209. 
Danubian Principalities, 139-142. 


Canary Islands, 194-199. 


Canterbury Settlement, 275, 276. 


Darfur, 188, 189. 


Cape Breton, 288, 289. 


Darien, 307-309. 


Cape of Good Hope Colony, 209-216. 


Denmark, 122, 123. 


Cape Verde and Islands, 194-199. 


Diego Garcia, 219. 


Carinthia, 138. 


Discovery, Maritime and Inland, 10-15. 


Caroline Islands, 227-232. 


Dolomite Mountains, 138. 


Carthage, 191. 


Druses, 180, 182. 


Cashmere, 162-168. 


Dut«h in the East, 71, 96, 162, 220-223. 



INDEX OF COUNTRIES AND SUBJECTS. 



XIX 



Early Voyages and Travels, 93, 116. 

Eastern Archipelago, 220-226. 

East Indies, 159-169. 

Economics and Politics, 15-28. 

Ecuador, 309, 310. 

Egypt, &c. 185-187. 

Emigration, 15-28. 

England and Wales, 124-129. 

Ephesus, Researches in, 176. 

Equipment of Expeditions, 9, 10. 

Eskimo, 107, 111-113. 

Ethiopia, 189, 190. 

Ethnography, Ethnology, 35, 230-232, 

240-242, 262, 274, 297. 
Europe AND I8lands,115-121, 122-144. 

Geography of, 1-7. 

Travels in, 115-144. 

Northern, Travels in, 122, 123. 

Centraland Western, 124-139. 

Eastern, 139-142. 

Evolution, 30. 

Exodus of Israel, 181, 182. 
Explorers' Hand-Books, 8-10. 

Falkland Islands, 322. 

Faroe Islands, 123, 124. 

Federation of the Empire, 22, 27. 

Fezzan, 191-193. 

Fiji, 282, 283. 

Finance, Currency, Money, 15-28. 

Finland, 122, 123, 143, 144. 

Floras and Botany, 35-38. 

Florida, Early Voyages to, 294. 

Food and Population, 23, 25. 

Forestry, 36-38, 126. 

Formosa, 154. 

France, &c., 132, 133. 

Franklin Search Expeditions, 109-113. 

Free Trade and Politics, 15-28. 

French in North America, 15, 284, 294. 

the South Seas, 99, 228-232. 

Gaboon (River), 200-202. 

Galapagos Islands, 311. 

Galiqia, Austrian, 138. 

Spain, 130. 

Galla Country, 202-206. 

Gambia, 194-199. 

Gazetteers and Atlases, 1-7. 

Genoa, 136. 

Geographical Education, 7. 

Geographical Soc. Publications, 39. 

Geograpliy, Political, Historical, Ma- 
thematical, Commercial, and Phy- 
sical, 1-38. 

Mediajval, 4. 

Modern, 5-7. 

Geology, Natural History, &c., 28-35. 

Germany, the Rhine, &c., 136-138. 

Gibraltar, 129-131. 

Government, 15-28. 

Greece, 139-142. 

Greenland, 106-114. 



Grisons, 133. 
Guatemala, 307-309. 
Guiana, 311-313. 
Guinea Coa.st, 194-199. 

Lower, 200-202. 

Gulf Stream, 33-35. 
Gypsies of Spain, 120. 

English, 120. 

in Moldavia, 142. 

Halicamassus, 2. 

Hand-Books for Explorers, 8-10. 

Hanover, 137, 138. 

Hawaiian Islands, 232, 233. 

Hayti, or St. Domingo, 303-307. 

Heligoland, 137, 138. 

Herat, 170, 171. 

Herzegovina, 138, 139. 

Himalayas (The), 162-168. 

Hints to Travellers, 8-10. 

History of Discovei^, 10-15. 

Holland, 136-138. 

Honduras, 307-309. 

Hottentots, 209-213. 

Hudson's Bay Territory, 289, 290. 

Hungary, 138, 139. 

Hydrography, 8-10. 

Iceland, 123, 124. 

Ichthyology, 29-35. 

Illyria, 138, 139. 

Incas (The), of Peru, 317-320. 

India, 159-169. 

Indo-China, 156-158. 

Industry, 15-28. 

Instruments for Observation, 9, 10. 

Ionian Islands, 140-142. 

Irawaddy River, 159. 

Ireland, 124, 129. 

Italy, 134-136. 

Jamaica, 303, 307. 

Jan Mayen, 123. 

Japan, 155, 156. 

Java, 220-223. 

Jersey, 126. 

Jesuits in Japan, &c. 81, 155. 

Juan Fernandez, 320, 321. 

Kandahar, 170, 171. 
Kafiristan, 170. 
Katfraria, 209-216. 
Kamtschatka, 145. 
Kashgar, 148, 149. 
Kashmir, 162-168. 
Kerguelen Islands, 218, 219. 
Khartoum, 188, 189. 
Khiva, Khokand, &c. 146-148. 
Khorassan, 173. 
Khotan, 148, 149. 
Kilima-njaro, 204-206. 
Kordofan, 188, 189. 
Kuldja, 148, 149. 
Kurdistan, 175-177. 
Koria Mnria Islands, 184. 



zx 



INDEX OF COUNTRIES AND SUBJECTS. 



Labrador, 292, 293. 

Laccadive Islands, 169. 

Land and Land Laws, 21-25. 

Laos, 156-158. 

Lapland, 122, 123. 

La Plata, 315-317. 

Law, Roman, International, &o. 15-28. 

Lebanon, 179-182. 

Leeward Islands, 303-307. 

Liberia, 194-199. 

Linnean Society's Publications, 40. 

Loango, 200-202. 

London, 124-129. 

Loochoo Islands, 154. 

Macedonia, 139-142. 

Madagascar, 216-218. 

Madeira, 131, 132. 

Magellan Strait, 321, 322. 

Magna Charta, &c. 17. 

Magyars, 138. 

Malacca, 156-158. 

Malaya, 156-158. 

Malayan Archipelago, 220-223. 

Maldive Islands. lo9. 

Malta, 134-136.' 

Mammals, 28-35. 

Man, Natural History of, 28-35. 

Manchuria, 145, 146. 

Manitoba, 289-291. 

Maories and N. Zealand Wars, 271-282. 

Map Projection, Spheres, &c. 9, 10. 

Marion Islands, 218, 219. 

Maronite-s, 179, 180, 182. 

Marquesas Islands, 227-232. 

Martinique, 305, 306. 

Masai Country, 204-206. 

Mascarene Islands, 218, 219. 

Matabele Land, 206-209. 

Mauritius, 218, 219. 

Mecca and Medina, 183, 184, 

Mediaeval Geography, 4. 

Mediterranean, Early Voyages to, 93. 

Mediterranean Populatious, Early His- 
tory of, 3. 

Mekran, 171. 

Melanesia, 227-232. 

Merv, 146-148. 

Mesopotamia, 174-177. 

Meteorology, 30, 35. 

Mexico, 301, 302. 

Micronesia, 227-232. 

Midian, 183, 184. 

Minicoy, 169. 

Mishmee Hills, 150. 

Missions in Africa, Asia, America, 
India, West Indies, S. Seas, 323-331. 

Moab, 181, 182. 

Modern Geography, 5-7. 

Mohammedan Empire, 139-142, 174- 
199, 202-206. 

Moldavia, 139-142. 

Moluccan Archipelago, 220-223. 



Money, Finance, Currency, 15-28 
Mongolia, 148, 149. 
Montenegro, 138, 139. 
Morocco, 191-193. 
Mozambique, 206-209. 
Mycene, 176. 

Namaqualand, 206-209. 

Katal, 213-215. 

Natural History, 28-38. 

Navigation, Art of, 5-10. 

Navigation Laws, 16-17. 

Navigators' Islands, 227-232. 

Nebraska, 299, 300. 

Nepaul, 163-168. 

Nestorians, 180. 

Netherlands, 136-138. 

New Brunswick, 288, 289. 

New Caledonia, 227-232. 

Newfoundland, 292, 293. 

New Guinea, 225, 226. 

New Hebrides, 227-232. 

New South Wales, 242-256. 

— Resources and Natural 

History of, 234-240, 251, 252. 
New Zealand, 271-282. 
Natural History, 31, 32, 

36, 37 ; 273, 277, 280, 281. • 

Wars, 276-279, 281. 



Nicaragua, 307-309. 

Nicobar Islands, 169. 

Niger and Nigritia, 194-199. 

Nile Basin, 188-191. 

Nineveh, 175-177. 

North Australia, 264. 

North- East and North- West Passages, 

106-114. 
Nonvay, 122, 123. 
Nova Scotia, 288, 289. 
Nova Zembla, 106-114. 
Nubia, 185-187. 

Nyam Nyam Country, 200-202. 
Nyanza Lake, 202-206. 
Nyassa, 206-209. 

Obock, Red Sea, 185. 

Ocean, Physical Goog. of, 28-35. 

Ontario, 284-288. 

Ophir, 53, 156. 

Orange Free State, 215-216. 

Origin of Species, 29, 30. 

Oimus, 171-174. 

Ornithology, 28-35. 

Ottoman Empire, 139-142, 174-199. 

Outfits for Explorers, 9-10. 

Oxus (River), 146-148. 

Pacific Ocean, Voyages, 16th to 19th 

century, 81-85 ; 227-233. 
Palosoutology, &c. 28-35. 
Palestine, 178-182. 
Pamir (The) 147, 148. 



INDEX OF COUNTRIES AND SUBJECTS. xxi 


Panama, 307-309. 


Saghalin, 146. 


Paraguay, 315-317. 


Sahara, 194-199. 


Patagonia, 321, 322. 


Samoa, or Navigators' Is., 227-232. 


Pauperism, Poor Laws, Charity, &e. 


San Salvador, 307-309. 


18-27. 


Sandwich Islands, 232, 233. 


Pegu, 156-158. 

Pelew Islands, 227-232. 


Santo Domingo, 303-307. 


Sardinia, 134. 


Penang, 156-158. 


Saskatchewan, 289-290. 


Pendjeh, 171. 


Scandinavia, 122, 123. 


Perim, 185. 


Scotland, 124-129. 


Persepolis, 2, 171, 174. 


Sea, Physical Geog. of, 28-35. 


Persia, 171-174. 


Senegambia, 194-199. 


Peru, 317-320. 


Servia, 138, 139-142. 


Philippine Islands, 223. 


Seychelles, 219. 


Phoenicia, 3, 174, 176. 


Shan States, 157, 168. 


Physical Geography, 28-38. 


Shipping, History of, 14. 


Physiography and Biology, 28-38. 


Siam, 156-158. 


Pisciculture, 35, 270, 271. 


Siberia, 145, 146. 


Pitcairn Island, 100, 227, &c. 


Sicily, 134-136. 


Plant Distribution, 36, 38. 


Sierra Leone, 194-199. 


Poland, 142-144. 


Sikkim, 163-168. 


Polar Seas and Regions, 106-114. 


Sinai, 178-182. 


Politics and Economics, 15-28. 


Singapore, 156-158. 


Polynesia, 227-233. 


Sistan, 170. 


Polynesian Mythology, 228-232, 276, 


Sledge Travelling, 111-113. 


278. 


Socotra, 183-185. 


Pompeii, 135, 136. 


Sofala, 206-209. 


Porto Rico, 303-307. 


Solomon Islands, 227-232. 


Port Phillip, 256-260. 


Somaliland, 202-206. 


Portugal, 129-131. 


Soudan (Egyptian), 188, 189. 


Portuguese in the East, 159-162, 165. 


(Western), 194-199. 


Primogeniture, 25, 26. 


South African Colonies, 209-16. 


Prince Edward Island, 288, 289. 


South Australia, 261-264. 


Projection, Maps, Globes, &c., 9-10. 


South Sea Islands, 227-232, 282, 283. 


Protection, Free Trade, &c., 15-28. 
Prussia, 136-138. 




turies, 81-85, 227-233. 


Ptolemy, 1, 3, 35. 


Spain, 129-131. 


Pyramids of Egypt, 185-187. 


Spanish Discoveries in South Sea, 227. 


Pyrenees, 130, 131. 


Spitzbergen, 106-114, 123. 




State Papers, Colonial, 14. 


Queen Charlotte Islands, 291. 292. 
Queensland, 264-266. 


St. Helena, 200. 

St. Paul's Rocks (Atlantic), 200. , 

Strabo, 1, 3. 




Straits Settlements, 156-158. 


Red Sea, 183-185. 


Suez Canal, 186, 187. 


Reptiles, 28-35. 


Sumatra, 220-222. 


Reunion, 218, 219. 


Surveying and Instniments, 8-10. 


Rhine (The), Germany, &c., 136-138. 


Swan River, 266, 267. 


River Plate Republics, 315-317. 


Sweden, 122, 123. 


Rodriguez, 218, 219. 


Switzerland, 133. 


Roman Law, 15, 16. 


Syria, 178-182. 


Rome, 134-136. 




Roumania, 139-142. 


Tahiti, Society Islands, 227-232. 


Roumelia, 141. 


Tanganyika (Lake), 202-206. 
Tarshish, 53. 


Royal Colonial Institute, 27, 34, 


40, 213, 215, 256, 286-87, &c. 


Tartary (Chinese), 148-149. 


Royal Geographical Society's Pub- 


Tasmania, 267-271. 


lications, 39, and throughout the 


Tasmanian Natives, 269-271, 


Catalogue. 


Tehuantepec, 307-309. 


Rupert's Land, 289, 290. 


Teneriffe, 195-198. 


Russia and Poland, 142-144. 


Terra del Fuego, 321, 322. 


in AniT 111 1(1° 


Texas, 297-300. 
Tibet, 149, 150. 


■■'— lU ixoiil, ±'£'±-±'±0, 

Russian Empire, 142-148. 



zxu 



INDEX OF COUNTRIES AND SUBJECTS. 



Tides, Currents, &c., 28, 33-35. 

Timbuctoo, 194-199. 

Timor, 220-223. 

Tiryns, 176. 

Tonga Islands, 227-232. 

Tonquin, 156-158. 

Trade and Commerce, 15-28. 

Transactions of Societies, 39, 40. 

Transportation, 19, 20. 

Transvaal, 215, 216. 

Transylvania, 138, 139. 

Travels over the Continents, 115-121. 

Travellers' Guides, Art of Travel, Hints 

to Emigrants, &c. 8-10. 
Trinidad, 303-307. 
TripoU, 191-193. 
Tristan D'Acunha Islands, 200. 
Tunis, 191-193. 
Turkestan (Russian), 146-148. 

(Chinese) 148, 149. 

Turkey in Asia, 174-185. 

Europe, 139-142. 

Tyrol, 137, 138. 

United States of America, 294-800. 
Uruguay, 315-317. 

Vancouver Island, 291-292. 
Van Diemen's Land, 267-271. 



Venezuela, 309, 310. 
Venice, 134-136. 
Victoria, Colony of, 256-260. 
Virginia, Early Voyages to,_ 294-296. 
Voyages and Circumnavigations, 
93-106. 

• Antarctic, 114. 

Arctic, 106-114. 

Wakhan, 170. 
Wales, 124-129. 
Waziristan, 171. 
Wellesley, Province, 178. 
Western Australia, 266, 267. 
West India Islands, 303-307. 
Winds, Tides, &c., 28, 33, 34. 
Windward Islands, 303-307. 
Women's Sulirage, 24. 
Wool and Woollens, 20, 23. 

Yarkand, 148, 149. 
Yemen, 184. 
Yucatan, 307-309. 

Zambesi Baain, 206-209. 
Zanzibar, 202-206. 
Zoology, &c. 28-35. 
Zululand, 213-215. 
Zulu War, 212, 214. 



INDEX OF AUTHOKS. 

This Index includes all the Voyages and Travels to which authors' names are 
affixed in the Collections of Kamusio, De Bry, Hakluyt, Puechas, Thevenot, 
Churchill, Harley, Harris, Burney, Cassell. and the Hakluyt Society ; 
Papers in the Journals and Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society 
and of the Royal Colonial Institute ; of the principal Geographical and 
Scientific Articles in the new edition of The Encyclopedia Britannioa ; and 
of many works published anonymously. 

ABBREVIATIONS. 

BUBNEY . . BuRNEY's COLLECTION OF VOYAGES TO THE SoUTH SeAS. 

Cassell . . Cassell's Illustrated Travels, edit, by H. W. Bates. 

Churchill . Churchill's Collection of Voyages. 

De Bey . . De Bry's Grands et Petits Voyages. 

Ency. Beit. . Encyclopedia Britannioa, ninth edition. 

Hakluyt . . Hakluyt's Collection op English Voyages. 

Hakluyt Soc. Publications op the Hakluyt Society. 

Harley . . The Harleian Collection of Voyages and Travels. 

Harris . . Harris's Collection of Voyages, edit, by Dr. Campbell. 

J.R.G.S. . . Journal of the Royal Geographical Society, 1830-80. 

P.R.C.I. . . Proceedings OP THE Royal Colonial Institute. 

P.R.G.S. . . Proceedings op Royal Geographical Society, 1855 to 1878. 

P.R.G.S. (N.S). Ditto, New Monthly Series, from 1879. 

R.G.S. Supp. P. Royal Geographical Society: Supplementary Papers. 

purchas . . puechas, his pllgeimes. 

Ramusio . . Ramusio, Delle Navigationi et Viaggi. 



No. in Catalogue. 

A (Capt. T.) The Azores, or Western Islands. 4to. 1813 [3054] 

Aa (R. van der) On Colonies : Es.says from the Dutch. 12nio. 1864 ... [1517] 

Reizen naar Nederlandsch Nienw Guinea, 1871-76. 8vo [4517] 

Abbadie (A. T.) Notes on Names of Places in Red Sea— J.R.G.S. ix. 317... [1869] 

Sourcesof the White Nile— J.R.GS. xviii. 48 [1878] 

Abbott (Archbp. Geo. ) Briefe Description of the World. 18mo. 1664.... [1207] 

(Rev. J.) Philip Musgrave, Church Missionary in Canada. 12mo. ... [5714] 

(K. E.) Notes of a Tour in Armenia, 1837— J.R.G.S. xii. 207 ... [1872] 

Journey in Persia, 1849-50— J.R.G.S. XXV. 1 [1885] 

Shiraz to Fezza and Darrah, 1850— J.R.G.S. xxvii. 149 [1887] 

Provincoof Ghilan, 1859— P.R.G.S.iii. 390 [1940] 

Abd-er-Razzak, Voyage to Hindoostan, 1442 — Hakluyt Soc [2134] 

Aberdare.(Lord) Presidential Addresses, 1881-85— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. &c. [1962-66] 
Abioh (H.) Country between Caspian and Black Sea — J.R.G.S. xxi. 1 ... [1881] 

About (Edmond) Le Roi des Montagnes. 12mo. 1868 [3223] 

Abrahall (C. H. ) Arctic Enterprise : a Poem. 12mo. 1856 [2680] 

Abraham (A. B. ) Settlement of Waste Lands — Westm. Disc [1532] 

Abramof (Maj.-Gn.) Lake Nor-Zaisan, Central Asia — J.R.G.S. xxxv. 58... [1895] 

The Principality of Earategin— J.R.G.S. xli. 338 [1901] 

Abulfeda, Les Climats Al-hend et Al-send— Thevenot, i. No. 16 ... [2077] 

Acarete (Sieur) Voyages sur la Riviere de la Platte — Thevenot, ii. 20 ... [2078] 
Aoheson (Fred.) On Storage of Water in Victoria (Prize Essay) 1860 ... [5125] 



xxiv INDEX OF AUTHORa 



No. in Catalogue. 
Ackermann, The Asiatic Islands and New Holland. 18mo. 1825 ... [4437] 
Aclaud (Rev. Chas.) Account of the Natives of India. 12mo. 1847 ...[3539] 

Acosta, de Novi Orbis Natura—DE Bry, Grands VoY. ix. [2038] 

History of the Indies. 2 vols. — Hakltjyt Soc. [2174] 

Mexican Antiquities — Purchas, iii. 1000 [2074] ; De Bry ... [2041] 

Acton (R.) Australia (1875)— Ency. Brit. iii. 103-115 [2263] 

Our Colonial Empire. 12mo. 1881 [1568] 

Acuua (Christoval) Discovery of the Amazons, 1639 — Hakluyt Soc. xxiv. [2136] 
Adams (Arthur) Zoology, Vovage of H. M.S. " Samarang." 4to. 1850 .. [1652] 

(C. W. ) A Spring in the" Canterbury Settlement. 12mo. 1853 ...[5459] 

(F. 0.) Reportson the SilkDistrictsof Japan— J.R.G.S. xL 339 ... [1900] 

(F. W. L.) Australian Essays. 12mo. 1886 [5054] 

(Sailor) Account of Timbuctoo (1810) — Murray, Africa, i. ch. vii. [1344] 

(Will.) In Japan, 1609-20— Harris, i. 856 [2094] ; Hakluyt Soc... [2120] 

(W. H. D.) Venice, the Queen of the Adriatic. 12mo. 1872 ...[3142] 

Adanson (Michel) Voyage to Senegal, Goree, and the Gambia, 1749-53. 8vo. [4014] 
Adderley (C. B., Lord Norton) Colonial Policy and History. 1869 ... [1524] 

Relations of England with the Colonies, 1862— Pamp [1636] 

Aguirre (Lope de) Search for Eldorado, 1560-61 — Hakluyt Soc [2140] 

Ahmed Khan (Hon. Syud) a Sketch- Pillars of the Empire [1533] 

Ainsworth (Wm.) Researches in Assyria, Babylonia, and Chaldsa. 8vo. 1838 [3719] 

Cilician and Syrian Gates— J.R.G.S. viii. 185 [1868] 

Journey, Constantinople to Angora, 1838— J.R.G.S. ix. 216 [1869] 

Journey, Angora to Bir— J.R.G.S. X. 275 [1870] 

— Journey, Kaisariyah to Bir, 1839— J. R.G.S. X. 311 [1870] 

Journey, Constantinople to Mosul, 1839-40— J.R.G.S. x. 489 ... [1870] 

Mesopotamia, Excursion to Kalah Skerat, &c. — J.R.G.S. xi. 1 ... [1871] 

Chaldeans of Central Kurdistan — J.R.G.S. xi. 21 [1871] 

Aitken (W. C. ) The Birmingham Trades. 12mo [1573] 

Akerman (J. W.) Native Government in Natal. 1877 — Pamp [4345] 

Alarchon (Fernando) Voyage to Gulf of California, 1540 — Ramusio, iii. 

303 [2029] ; Hakluyt, iii. 425 [2064] ; Burney i. 212 [2101] 

Albany (William of) Voyage to Holy Land, 1218— Hakluyt, ii. 32 ... (2062] 
Albert Victor and George (Princes) Cruise of the "Bacchante." 2 v. 8vo. [2551] 
Albuquerque's Voyages and Conquests in the East Indies — Purchas, i. 

pt. ii. [2072]; Harrls, 1. [2094]; Hakluyt Society [2165] 

(Ant. ) Travels, Goa to Madras (1718)— Murray, Asia, i. 293 ... [1344] 

Voyage, Madras to Malacca, &c. (1718) — Murray, Asia, i. 299 ... [1344] 

Alcedo (Don Ant. de) Dictionary of America. 5 vols. 4to. 1812-15 ... [1341] 
Alcazova, Expedition to the South from Peru, 1534-35 — Burney, i. 171... [2101] 
Alcock (Sir R.) Journey in the Interior of Japan, 1860 — J.R.G.S. xxxL 321 [1891] 

Ascent of Fuji-Yama—P.R. G.S. V. 132 [1942] 

Journey from Nagasaki to Yeddo, 1861— P.R.G.S. vi. 196 [1892] 

The Capital of tiie Tycoon. 2 vols. 8vo. 1863 [3440] 

Presidential Addresses— J. R. G.S. xlvii.-xl viii [1907-8] 

■ Japanese Art, 1881— Ency. Brit. xiii. 588 [2273] 

(T.) Travels to Persia, 1563— Hakluyt, i. 353 [2061] ; Hakluyt Soc. [2184] 

Alcuin, Due Viaggi in Tartaria, 1247— Ramusio, ii. 233 [2028] 

Aldenhourg (J. G.) Dutch Exped. to Brazil — De Bry, Grands Voy. xiii. [2042] 
Aldersey (L.) Travels to Jerusalem and Tripoli (1581)— Hakluyt, ii. 150 [2062] 

Voyage to Alexandria and Cairo (1586)— Hakluyt, ii. 282 [2062] 

Alessandri (Vicentio d') Ambassage to Persia, 1571 — Hakluyt Soc. xlix. ... [2161] 
Alexander (Sir J. E.) Travels to Seat of War [Turkey]. 2 vols. 8vo. 1830 [3213] 

Travels in Ava, Persia, and Turkey. 2 vols. 8 vo. 1830 [3461] 

Intended Visit to Damaras—J.R.G.S. vi. 443 [1866] 

Expedition through Namaquas, &c. — J.R.G.S. vii. 439; viii. 1... [1867-68] 

Expedition in South Africa. 2 vols. 8vo. 1838 [4170] 

Portuguese Settlements E. Africa— Martin's Col. Mag. ii. 338. 1840 [1479] 

Incidents of the Maori War, 1860-61. 12mo. 1863 [5486] 

Notes on the Maories. 1865— Pamp [5606] 

Bush Fighting in New Zealand. 8vo. 1873 [5514] 

(Sir Wm.) The Plantation of Nova Scotia (1602-9)— Purchas, iv. 1871 [2075] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Alexander the Great, Conquests of— Pukohas, i. 81 [2071]; Vincent ... [1108] 
Alexander VI. , Bull tonohiug New World, 1493— Plthchas, i. ii. 13 [2072] & [1320] 
Alexanderson (C.) On the River Quanza, 1876— J.R.G.S. xlvi. 428 ... [1906] 

Alfred the Great's Works. Jubilee edition. 2 vols. 8vo. 1852 ...[1166] 

" Description of Europe. Royal 8vo. 1855 [1167] 

Alhacen, Life and Martial Travels of Tamerlane — Pttechas, iii. 160 ... [2074] 
Allan (John H.) Pictorial Tour in the Mediterranean. 4to. 1843 ... [2845] 

Allen (Charles H.) Gold Fields of Queensland, 1869— P.R.C.I. i. 94 ... [2001] 

A Visit to Queensland. 12mo. 1870 [5246] 

(Capt. Bird) Eastern Coast of Central America— J.R.G.S. xi. 76 ... [1871] 

(H. J.) Journey through Formosa, 1877— P.R.G.S. xxi. 258 ... [1958] 

(James) History of Australia, 1787-1882. 12mo [5039] 

(W.) Colonies at Home. Lindfield, 1832. Pamp [1452] 

(Capt.Wm.)PicturesqueViewsontheNiger(1832-33). Obi. 4to. 1840 [4032] 

Old Calabar : Is it a Branch of the Quorra ?— J.R.G.S. vii. 198 ... [1867] 

The Yea and Chadda, possible Outlet of L. Chad— J.R.G.S. viii. 289 [1868] 

Nan-ative of the Niger Expedition, 1841. 2 vols. 8vo [4036] 

River of Cameroons — J.R.G.S. xiii. 1 [1873] 

Ancient Harbour of Seleucia — J.R.G.S. xxiii. 157 [1883] 

Island of Ruad, North Syria— J.R.G.S. xxiii. 154 [1883] 

Drainage of the Basin of the Dead Sea— J.R.G.S. xxiii. 163 ... [1883] 

On the Watershed of Wadi-el-Araba— J.R.G.S. xxiii. 166 [1883] 

Allman (G. J.) Ptolemy : Astronomy of — Enoy. Bkit. xx. 87 ]2280] 

Allwood (Rev. R.) Papal Claim of Jurisdiction [in Australia]. 8vo. 1843 [4885] 
Alured (Bp. of Worcester) Voyage to Jerusalem,, 1058^HAKLnYT, ii. 8... [2062] 
Alvarado (Pietro) Discoprimeuto nella Nuova Spagna — Ramusio, iii. 247.. [2029] 
Alvarez (Franc.) Viaggio fatto nell' Etliiopia, 1520— Ramusio, i. 189 ... [2027] 

Portuguese Embassy to Abyssinia, •1520-27- — Hakluyt Soc [2178] 

— — • (Pedro) Navigatione da Lisbona in Calicut — Ramusio, i. 121 ... [2027] 

Americi — see ' ' Vespucci. " 

Ames (C. G.) and Lesley (J. P.) Pennsylvania— Ency. Brit, xviii. 498 ... [2278] 

Amherst (Lord) Embassy to China, by Henry Ellis. 4to. 1817 [3371] 

Amos (Prof. Sheldon) Colonies and Colonial Government — Westm. Dis. ... [1532] 

Amyas, and others. Voyages to Virginia — Hakltjyt, iii. 246-294 [2064] 

Andagoya (Pascual de) Relacion, &c — Navareetb, iiL [2110] 

Earliest Notice of Peru — Hakluyt Soc. xxxiv. [2146] 

Anderson (Adam) Historv of Commerce. 6 vols. 8vo. 1790 [1336] 

(Alex. C.) The Dom'inion at the West : B. Columbia, 1872— Pamp... [5841] 

(And. A.) Geography of S. Central Africa— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 19... [1965] 

(Arthur) Observations on Ship Canal at Suez, 1843 — Pamp. [3918] 

. (David, Bp. of Rupei't's Laud) Moose and Albany. 12mo [5804] 

Notes on the Red River Flood, 1852. 12mo [5805] 

■ (John) Acheen and Sumatran Ports. 8vo. 1840 [4443] 

• (J. S. M.) History of the Church in Colonies. 3 vols. 8vo [6258] 

■ (J. W.) Notes of Travel in Fiji and New Caledonia. 8vo. 1880 ... [5629] 

■ (Dr. J.) The Irawaddy and its Sources— J.R.G.S, xl. 286 [1900] 

■ (Rufus, D.D.) The Hawaiian Islands. 8vo. 1864 [4660] 

• • Foreign Missions, their Relations and Claims. 12mo. 1867 [6275] 

• (Capt. S.) British N. American Boundary— J.R.G.S. xlvi. 228 ... [1906] 

■ On the Freezing of Streams in N. America— J.R.G.S. xv. 367 ... [1875] 

■ Search for Franklin— J. R.G.S. xxvi. 18; xxvii. 321 [1886-87] 

Andersson (C. J.) Route from Walflsch Bay to 'Ngami— J.R.G.S. xxv. 79 [1885] 

Lake 'Ngami. Royal 8vo. 1856 [4176] 

Ascent of Tioge River, L. 'Ngami— P.R.G.S. iv. 63 [1941] 

The Oka vango River. 8vo. 1861 [4181] 

■ Map of Damara Land : Baines on — J.R.G.S. xxxvi. 247 [1896] 

Andrada (Ant.) Journey, Agra to Tibet (1624) — Mukkay, Asia, i. 424 ... [1344] 

(F. Perez, and Simon, and Thome Perez de) Voyages to Canton, 1517-18 

— Bareos, Sec. iii. lib. vi. [1323] ; Mueray, Asia, iii. 262 ... [1344] 

(Pavia de) Journey to Zambesi— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 372 [1963] 

Mexinga and the Mazoe, 1881— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 417 [1963] 

Andrew (Sir W. P.) The Indus and its Provinces. 8vo. 1857 [3548] 



INDEX OF AUTHOKS. 



Ko. In Catalogue. 

Andreyeff (A.) Survey of Lake Ladoga— P.R.G.S. xiii. 875 [1951] 

Angas (6. French) A Ramble in Malta and Sicily, 1841. Imp. 8vo ... [3132] 

Savage Life and Scenes in Australia and N. Z. 2 vols. 12mo. 1847 [4908] 

South Australia Illustrated. Folio. 1846-47 [5191] 

New Zealanders Illustrated. Folio. 1847 [5437] 

The Kaffirs Illustrated. Folio. 1849 [4239] 

The Kaffirs : Original Sketches (Ten) [4240] 

Australia ; its Physical Features, &c. 12mo. 1865 [4980] 

Polynesia ; its Physical Features, Inhabitants, &c. 12mo. 1866... [4589] 

Angelos (Chr.) Of the Condition of the Greeks — PnROHAS, i. 154 ... [2071] 

Angelo (M.) and D. Carli. Voyage to Congo, 1666-67— Churchill, i. 555 [2081] 
Angiolello (Gio. Maria) Deeds of King Ussum Cassano - Hakluyt Soc. ... [2161] 

■ Delia vita e fatti d'U.ssuncassan, 1462-1524— Ramusio, ii. 65 ... [2028] 

Anley (Miss Charlotte) The Prisoners of Australia: a Narrative. 12mo. 1841 [4881] 
Anson (Lord George, Commodore) Voyage Round the World, 1740-44j [2339-44] 
Anspach (R«v. L. A. ) History of Newfoundland. 8vo. 1827 ... ' ...[5853] 

Ansted (Prof. D. T.) The Gold Seeker's Manual. 12mo. 1849 [1650] 

The Ionian Islands in 1863. 8vo [3224] 

A Few Days in the Camargne, 1869 — Cassell, i [2251] 

From Alsace to the Hartz, 1870— Cassell, ii [2252] 

Natives of Algeria, the Kabyle, Arab, &c., 1870 — Cassell, ii. ... [2252J 

River Basin of the Po, 1870— Cassell, ii [2252] 

Mont Cenis Pass and Tunnel, 1871 — Cassell, iii. • [2253] 

Mountains and Valleys of Virginia, 1874 — Cassell, vi [2256] 

Aramayo (A velino) Bolivia, 1863— Pamp [6206] 

Arber (Edw.) First Three English Books on America. 4to. 1885 ...[1320] 

Arbousset(Th.) Tahiti etles lies Adjacentes. 12mo. 1867 [4592] 

Arbousset and Daumas' Tour N.E. of the Cape of Good Hope. 8vo. 1846 [4172] 
Arbuthnot (Lieut.-Col.) Letters on Imperial Defence, 1877 — Pamp. ... [1636] 

Archer (Gabriel) Voyage to Virginia, 1609— Purchas, iv. 1733 [2075] 

(Prof. ) Paper ; Wool — Bkit. M. Industries [1573] 

(T.) Queensland, History, Resources— P. R.C.I, xii. 261... [2012] and [5275] 

(W. H.) Statistical Register of Victoria. 8vo. 1854 [5105] 

The Colony of Victoria : a Statistical Sketch (Exhib. Essay), 1861 ... [5126] 

The Progi-ess of Victoria : a Statistical Essay. 1867 — Pamp. ... [5171] 

Arculfus, Pilgrimage to Holy Land (705) — Early Travels in Palestine ... [3766] 
Ardagh (Col.) The Red Sea Petroleum Deposits— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 502 [1967] 
Argal (Sir S.) Voyages to Virginia, 1610-24— Purohas, iv. 1758 &c. ... [2075] 
Argensola (B.) Conquest of the Moluccas and Philippines. Small 4to. ... [4429] 

Argyll (Duke of) The Afghan Question, 1841-78. 12mo [3678] 

Arias (J. L.) Memorial to Philip III. on the Southern Land — Hakltjtt Soc. [2137] 

ArithmsBus (Valentine) Notes on London and Westminster, 1617 [2937] 

Arlett (W.) Survey of the Canary Islands, 1835— J.R.G.S. vi. 285 ... [1866] 

Armada, Vanquishing the Spanish Armada, 1588— Hakluyt, i. 591 ... [2062] 
Armstrong (Sir A.) Discovery of the North-West Passage. 8vo. 1857... [2682] 

(Prof) Meldola (R.) Butler (F. H.) Chemistry— Enoy. Brit. v. ... [2265] 

Arngrim (Jonas) Iceland, 1609— Hakluyt, i. 515 [2061 ; Purchas, iii. 654 [2074] 
Arnold (Arthur) Through Persia by Caravan. 2 vols. 8vo. 1877 ...[3708] 

Free Trade and Reciprocity, 1879— Pamp [1636] 

(Edwin) India Revisited. 12mo. 1886 [3599] 

Amoux (L. ) Pottery — Brit. M. Industries [1573] 

Arrian's Periplus of the Euxine, &c. — Rennell (see p. 2) [1112] 

Arrowsmith (Rev. A.) Geographical Dictionary of the Bible. 8vo. 1855 [1115] 

(John) Atlas to Thompson's Alcedo. Folio. 1816 [1342] 

Inaccuracies in W. Australian Papers, 1848 — J.R.G.S. xviii. 74 ... [1878] 

Mapof Central Asia, 1872— J.R.G.S. xlv. 420 [1905] 

Arthur (King) Voyage to Iceland and N. of Europe, 517 — Hakluyt, i. 1 [2061] 

(Sii' George) Observations on Secondary Punishments. 8vo. 1833... [1458] 

(Rev. William) What is Fiji ? 1859— Pamp ;. [5645] 

The Outbreak in Jamaica, 1865— Pamp [6036] 

Arundel (Earl of) Voyage to Holy Land, 1218— Haklutt, ii. 32 [2062] 

Ascelin and others, Mission to the Tartars— Hakluyt, i. (seep. 116) ... [2061] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. xxvii 



No. in Catalogue . 

Ashbuiton (Lord) Presidential Address — J.R.G.S. xxxii. p. civ. [1892] 

Ashe (Major) and Capt. Wyatt-Edgell, The Zulu Campaign. 8vo. 1880 [4331] 

Asher (G. M.) Hem-y Hudson the Navigator — Hakldyt Soo [2139] 

' Itinerary of Benjamin of Tndela : text and transl. 2 vols. 1840... [2802] 

Ashmole's Antiquities of Berkshire. 3 vols. 12mo. 1719 [2941] 

Aiilimun (Jehudi, Colonial Agent in Liberia) Life of. 8vo. 1835 ... [4030] 

Asliworth (Caldwell) Canada ; Progress and Development— P. R.C.L x. 71 [2010] 
Astete (Miguel de) Expedition to Pachacamac — Hakluyt Soo. xlvii. ... [2159] 
Athelard of Bath, Voyage to ^gypt and Arabia, 1130— Hakluyt, ii. 15 [2062] 
Atkins (Rev. T.) Wanderings of a Clerical Ulysses (1836-47). 12mo. 1859 [4909] 

Atkinson (Edward) The Distribution of Products. 12mo. 1885 [1595] 

(James) Agriculture and Grazing in N. S. Wales. 12mo. 1844 ... [4895] 

(T. W.)Ala-tu Mountains— P.U.G.S. ill. 127 [1940] 

Oriental and Western Siberia, Mongolia, &c. 8vo [3294] 

The Upper and Lower Amoor. Imp. 8vo. 1860 [3295] 

Auber (Peter) China ; its Laws, Government, &c. 8vo. 1834 ... ...[3372] 

Aubertin (J. J.) Six Months in Cape Colony and Natal. 12mo. 1886 ... [4277] 
Aubry (M.) Shoa and the Galla Countiy— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 525 ... [1968] 

Auckland (Lord) New Holland and Banishment. 8vo. 1787 [4821] 

Auckland and lUlenborough (Lords), by a Bengal Civilian. 1845 — Pamp. [3626] 

Aughey (Prof S.) Nebraska— Encv. Brit, xvil [2277] 

Auld(R. 0.)and Buchan (J. H.) Silver Mines, Fresnillo, Mexico. 8vo. 1834 [5965] 
Austell (H.) Travels through Turkey, Moldavia, &o. 1586— Hakl. ii. 194 [2062] 

Austin (J. B. ) The Mines of South Australia. 8vo. 1863 [5200] 

(R.) E.xplorations in W. Australia. 1854— J.R.G.S. xxvi. 235 ... [1886] 

(W. P., Bishop of Guiana) Visitation Tour, 1851— Church in Colonies [6257] 

Avila (Francisco de) Rites of Indians of Huarochi— Hakluyt Soc. xlviii. [2160] 
Axon (W. E. A.) Manchester and its Manufactures — Ency. Beit. iv. 459 [2275] 
Ayrton, Paper on Abyssinia : Notes on, by Dr. Beke — J.E.G.S. xx. 289... [1880] 
Ayton (the Armenian) Of Asia and the Tartars — Purchas, iii. 108 ... [2074] 

Deir Origine e Successione de Gran Cani — Ramusio, ii. 61 [2028] 

Aylifif (John) On Kafir Laws and Customs. 8vo. 1858 [4246] 

Baber (E. C.) Determination of Positions in China— J.R.<J.S. xlix. 431 ... [1909] 

China, Phj-sical and Social— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 441 [1964] 

Travels and Researches in Western China — R.G.S. Supp. P. i. ... [1912] 

Babington (Benj. 6.) Sculptures at Mahamalaipur, 1830 [3551] 

Back (Sir G.) Laud Expedition in Search of Ross— J.E.G.S. ii.— vi. [1862-66] 

Arctic Land Expedition. 1833-35. 8vo. 1836 [2641] 

Late Voyage of the "Terror"- J.R.G.S. vii. 457, 460 [1867] 

Expedition inn. M.S. "Terror," 1836-37. 8vo. 1838 [2645] 

and others. Hints to Travellers— J.R.G.S. xxxiv [1894] 

Backhoff, Travels to China, 1654— Churchill, ii. 489 [2082] 

Backhouse (James) A Visit to the Australian Colonies. 8vo. 1843 ... [4890] 

The Mauritius and South Africa. 8vo. 1844 [4235] 

Christian Address to Free Inhabitants, N.S.W. Sydney, 1837— Pamp. [5071] 

Bacon's Large Scale Map of London and Suburbs. Folio. 1880... . [3002] 

Bacon (Dr. F.) Cape Palmas, and the Mina or Kroomen— J.R.G.S. xii. 196 [1872] 

(R. Mackenzie) On the Distress of the Labourers. 1831 [1452] 

(Roger) Tartarian and Northern Relations — Puechas, iii. 52 ... [2074] 

Bacot (J. T. W.) The Bahama Islands. 1875— Ency. Brit. iii. 236 ... [2263] 
Baden-Powell (6. S.) New Homes (Australia and New Zealand). 8vo. ... [4999] 

• England and her Colonies, i?Vasc»-'« ifrtgr. 1878 — Pamp [1636] 

■ Protection and Bad Times. 8vo. 1879 [1554] 

Imperial Defence in Our Time— P. R. C.I. xiii. 341 [2013] 

National Unity— P. R. C.I. xvi. 43 [2016] 

Badger (G. P., D.C.L.) An English-Arabic Lexicon. 4to. 1881 [3854] 

Travels of Ludovico di Varthema — Hakluyt Soc [2144] 

Imams and Seyyids of Oman, 661-1856 — Hakluyt Soc [2157] 

Visit to Mesopotamia and Kurdistan, 1842-44 and 1850 [3774] 

The Nestorians and their Rituals. 2 vols. 8vo. 1852 [3774] 

Story of the British Captives in Abyssinia, 1863-67 [3957] 



xxviii INDEX OF AUTHOKS. 



No. in Catalogue, 

Badhia (Ali Bey) Travels to Mecca, &e», 1803-6— Murray, Asia, iii. 201... [1344] 

Baer (Prof. K. E. von) On Frozen Ground in Siberia— J. R. G. S. viii. 210.. [1868] 

Russian E.^cpeditions to Kovaia Zemlia — J.K.G.S. viii. 411 ... ... [1868] 

Baffin (W.) Voyages towards the North West, 1612-22— Purchas, iii. 716 [2074] 

Edited with Notes, &c., by Markham — Hakluyt Soc [2177] 

Bagster (C. Birch) Prince Edward Island. 12mo. 1861 [5779] 

Baikie ("W. B.) Trip up the River Niger, 1854— J.R.G.S. ixv. 108 ... [1885] 

— — Exploring Voyage up the Kwo'ra and Binue, 1854. 8vo. 1856 ... [4045] 

NigerExpedition— P.R.G.S. ii. 83 ; vi. 22 ; vii. 66 ;xi. 49. 1858-67 [1939-48] 

Joui-ney to Kano in Haussa — J.R.G.S. xxxvii. 92 [1897] 

Bailie (A.) S. Africa, betw. Barkly and Gubuluwayo— J.R.G.S. xlviii. 287 [1908] 

BaiHie-Cochrane (Alex.) Young Italy. 12mo. 1850 [3134] 

Baily (J.) Isthmus between Lake Granada and Pacific — J.R.G.S. xiv. 127 [1874] 

Bain (Mr.) Journey to the Amapondas (1829) — Bannister [1453] 

Baines (Thomas) The Limpopo River— J.R.G.S. xxiv. 288 [1884] 

On N. Australian Exploring Expedition— P.R.G.S. ii. 3 [1939] 

Explorations in South "West Africa. 8vo. 1864 [4182] 

-The Victoria Falls of the Zambesi River. Folio. 1865 [4183] 

On Andersson's Map of Damara Land — J.R.G.S. xxxvi. 247 ... [1896] 

Gold Region between the Limpopo and Zambesi — J.R.G.S. xli. 100... [1901] 

and Lord, Shifts and Expedients of Camp Life. 8vo. 1876 ... [1299] 

Baird (A. W.) Spirit-Level Operations, Ind. Survey— R.G.S. Supp. P. ... [1912] 

Baker (Lieut. -Col. James) Turkey in Europe. 8vo. 1877 [3232] 

NorthernFrontierof Greece— J.R.G.S. vii. 81 [1867] 

(C. J.) Sydnev and Melbourne. 12mo. 1845 [4899] 

(Julian A.) Khedive's Expedition to C. Africa— J. R. G. S. xliv. 37 ... [1904] 

■ (J. G.) Flora of Mauritius and the Seychelles. 8vo. 1877 [1759] 

. and Dyer (W. T. ) Ferns— Encv. Brit. ix. 100 [2269] 

■ (Sir Samuel) Rifle and Hound in Ce3-lon. 8vo. 1854 [8638] 

— Eight Years' Wanderings in Ceylon. 8vo. 1855 [3637] 

. The Atbara Nile Tributaries— P.R.G.S. vii. 21 [1944] 

Journey to Abyssinia (1862)— J. R.G.S. xxxiii. 237 [1893] 

NileTributariesof Abyssinia— P. R.G.S. X. 279 [1947] 

- — Discovery of Albert Nyanza— J.R.G.S. xxxvi. 1 ; P.R.G.S. x. 6 ... [1947] 

The Albert N'Yanxa and the Nile Sources. 2 Vols. 8vo. 1866 ... [4122] 

■ The Nile Tributaries of Aby.s.sinia. 8vo. 1868 [3956] 

Ismailia : Expedition for Suppression of Slave Trade. 2 Vols. ... [3931] 

White Nile, Letter on Sir S. Baker's Explorations— P. R. 6. S. xv. 92 [1952] 

Cyprus as I Saw It in 1879. 8vo [3237] 

Balbi (Gasparo) .Journey from Aleppo to Pegu, 1579-83— De Bey ... [2049] 

Voyage to Pegu— PuRCHAS, ii. 1722 [2073] 

Baldseus (Philip) Description of Malabar, &c. (1649)— Churchill, iii. 501 [2083] 

Baldwin (Consul) Political Recollections Relative to Egypt. 1801— Pamp. [3918] 

Baldwiue (Abp.) Voyage to Syria, &c., 1190— Hakloyt, ii. 28 [2062] 

Balfour (J. H. ) Alga;— Enoy. Brit. i. 507 ; Botany, iv. 79-163... [2261, 64] 

• (J. 0. ) Sketch of Now South Wales. 12mo. 1845 [4898] 

(Surg. -Gen.) Cyclo. of India and Eastern Asia. 3 Vols. 8vo. 1885 [8597] 

Ball (John) The Alps, 1875— EscY. Brit. i. 619 [2261] 

Lucerne, Lake, Canton, Town — Ency. Brit. xv. 40 [2275] 

• Origin of the Flora of the Alps— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 564 [1960] 

Gravitation — Ency. Brit. xi. ; Nebular Theory — xvii. 310 ... [2271, 77] 

(and Hooker) Tour in Morocco and the Great Atlas. 8vo. 1878... [3996] 

(Lt. Henry L.) Discoveries W. Pacific, 1788— Phillip'.s l^oyage ... [4824] 

(V.) Report on Museums of America and Canada, 1884— Pamp. ... [5951] 

Ballantyne (James) Homes and Homesteads in Victoria. 12mo. 1871... [5138] 

Oar Colony [Victoria] in 1880. 12mo [51.50] 

Balleny (John) Antarctic Discoveries, 1839— J.R.G.S. ix. 517 [1869] 

Banister (J.) Hudson Ba:y Commun. with Vancouver L— P.R.G.S. i. 263 [1938] 

(Thomas) Voyage into Persia, 1569 — Hakluyt, i. 394 ; Hakluyt Soc. [2184] 

(Thomas) and Mossman, Australia Visited and Revisited. 12mo. ... [4940] 

On Labour and Sale of Lands in Austral- Asia, 1833 — Pamp. ... [5071] 

Bankart (H.) The Gold Fields of Uruguay— J.R.G.S. xxxix. 339 [1899] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



XXIX 



No. in Catalogue. 
Bank8(SirJoseph) Voyage to Newfoundland, 1766 (MS.). Small 4to. ... [5851] 

Journal of a Visit to Lisbon, 1766 (MS.). Small 4to. ... [3022] 

Bannister (Saxe) Humane Policy : Justice to Aborigines. 8vo. 1830 ... [1453] 

British Colonization and Coloured Tribes. 1838 [1468] 

Memoir on the Colonisation of Natal. 1839— Pamp. [4349] 

Doings in Downing Street. 1841 — Pamp [1636] 

Protection of Aborigines — Maiitin's CoL. Mao. vii. 442 [1479] 

Privy Council Controul of Affairs. 1844— Pamp [1636] 

(Capt. Thos.) Journey Freemantle to K. George's Sound, 1830-31 ... [4715] 

Baratti (Giacomo) Journey to Abyssinia (1655) — MniinAY, Africa, ii. 63 [1344] 
Barbaro (Josafa) Viaggio della Tana, Persia, 1436-87— Ramusio, ii. 91 ... [2028] 

Travels through Russia to Persia — Haklutt Soc [2161] 

Barbinais, Voyage to the South Sea, 1714 — Burney, It. 508 [2104] 

Barbosa (Odoardo) Eibro di deli' Indie Orientali, 1516— Ra.musio, i. 288 [2027] 

Navigatione d'un Portoghese, ohe fu sopra la Nave Vittoria, attomo il 

Mondo, 1519— Ramusio, i. 370 [2027] ; Hakluyt Soc. lii. ... [2164] 

(Jos.) Coasts of East Africa and Malabar, 1514 — Hakluyt Soc. xxxv. [2147] 

Barbot (J.) Coasts of Guinea, Guiana, &c. — Churchill, V. 1 [2085] 

Barclay (Robt.) Agiicultural Tour, U. States and Canada, 1842 — Pamp.... [5951] 

Bardsen (Ivar) Greenland in the 14th Century — Hakluyt Soc [2162] 

Barents (W.) Voyages to the Arctic Regions, 1594-96 — Hakluyt Soc. liv. [2168] 

Navigation! . . . al Settentrioue — Ramusio, iii. 398 [2029] 

Barff (Prof.) Glass and Silicates — Brit. Industries [1573] 

Barham (Wm. ) Descriptions of Niagara, from Travellers. 8vo. 1847 ... [5909] 
Baring-Gould (S.) Iceland: its Scenes and Sagas. Royal 8vo. 1863 ...[2923] 

Germany, Past and Present. 2 vols. 12mo. 1879 [3176] 

Barker (And.) Voyage to Honduras, 1576- Hakluyt, iii. 528 [2064] 

(Lady) Station Life in New Zealand. 12mo. 1869 [5504] 

Station Amusements in New Zealand. 12mo. 1873 [5513] 

Letters to Guy [from Western Australia]. 12mo. 1885 [5297] 

(W. B.) Journey to the Sources of the Orontcs— J. R. G. S. vii. 95 ... [1867] 

Harar, its Probable Position— J.R.G.S. xii. 238 [1872] 

OnEast Africa— J.R.G.S.xviii. 130 [1878] 

Barkley (G.) Travels in Europe, Asia, &c., 1605— Purchas, iii. 625 ... [2074] 

(H. C.) Between the Danube and Black Sea. 12mo. 1876 ... [3227] 

Bulgaria before the War. 12mo. 1877 [3228] 

Barkly (Sir Henry) Speeches on Colonial Subjects— P. R.C.I. ... [2009, &c.] 

Speech, House of Commons, June 18, 1845 — Debate on N. Z. ... [5433] 

Despatches relating to Burke and Wills— P. R. G. S. vi [1943] 

Administrative Unity — Imperial Federation ... ... ... ... [1636] 

Bamaby (Nath.) British Navy, History and Personnel — Enct. Beit. xvii. [2277] 
Barns (J. W.) SubteiTanean Water, Beloochistan— J. R. G. S. xxxvii. 338 [1897] 

Physical Geography of Bhawulpore State— J.R.G.S. xlii. 390 ... [1902J 

Baron (S.) Description of the Kingdom of Tonqueen — Churchill, vi. 1 [2086] 
Barraud and Travers, New Zealand, Graphic and Descriptive. Folio. ... [5529] 

Barret (H. J.) Social Life of the Boers— P. R.C.I, i. 175 [2001] 

Barrett (Rev. A.) Life of Rev. J. H. Bumby, Missionary in N. Z. 12mo. [5464] 

• (and Burge) Speeches at Meeting of Planters, &o. 1833 — Pamp. ... [6036] 

Barrington (Hon. Daines) Miscellanies. 4to. 1781 ... ... ... [1332] 

Possibility of Approaching the North Pole. 8vo. 1775 [2608] and [1332] 

(George) Voyage to New South Wales. 8vo. 1803 [4832] 

History of New South Wales. 8vo. 1810 [4832] 

Barron (Lt.-Col.) The Cadastral Survey of India— R.G.S. Supp. P. i. 1886 [1912] 

(Prof. Wm.) Colonization of Free States of Antiquity. 4to. 1777 ... [1437] 

Political Connection between England and Ireland. 4to. 1780 ... [1437] 

Barros (Giovan.) Della Historia— Ramusio, i. 384 [2027] 

BaiTos and Da Couto. Da Asia, Nova Edijao. 24 vols. 12mo. 1778-88 [1323] 

Barrow (Sir G. ) Ceylon, Past and Present. 12mo. 1857 [3639] 

(Sir John) Travels in South Africa, 1797-98. 2 vols. 4to [4215] 

Arctic Voyages and Discoveries. 2 vols. 8vo. ... [2613] and [2648] 

■ State of the Colony Swan River, Jan. 1, 1830— J.R.G.S. i. 1 ... [1861] 

Mutiny of the "Bounty." 12mo. 1831 [2398] 

Life of Lord Anson. 8vo. 1839 '[2344] 



xsx 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Barrow (John) ExcuMions through Russia, Finland, &e., 1830, 1833. 12mo. [2844] 

Visit to Iceland and Norway in 1834. 12mj0. [2844] 

Tour Round Ireland, 1835. 12mo. ... ~ [2844] 

Tour in Austrian Lombardy, &c. 1840. 12mo [2844] 

■ Life, Voyages, and Exploits of Sir Francis Drake [2316-17] 

Barry (\V. J.) Up and down : Fifty Years' Colonial Experience (1828-78) [5541] 

Barter (Miss) Alone among the Zulus. 12mo. 1870 [4318] 

Barth (Dr. C.) History of Christian Missions. 2 vols. 18mo. 1853 ...[6255] 
(H.) Mission to C. Africa-^. B.G.S. xxi. 130 ; x.xiv. 283 ... [1881-84] 



26 



■ Travels in Africa, 1849-55. 5 vols. 8vo. and Atlas. Folio. 

North Central Africa— P.R.G.S. ii. 217 

State of Human Society, North Central Africa — J.R.G.S. xxx.112 

Bartholomew (Capt.) Azores and C. Verde Is. 1820— J.R.G.S. iv. 220 

(E. G.) Seven Months in the Balearic Islands, 1869 — Cassell, i. 

Bartlett (Thomas) New Holland. 12mo. 1843 

Bartley(G. C. T.) The Rhine, illustrated. 4to. 1878 

• Toys — British Industries 

Barton (Dr. A.) Expedition up the Yang-t.se-Kiang — J.R.G.S. xxxii, 

(Edw.) Journey to Constantinople, 1596 — Purchas, ii. 1354 

(G. B.) Literature in New South Wales. 8vo. 1866 

Poets and Prose Writers of N. S. Wales. 8vo. 1866 

Bass (George) Discovery of the Strait — Collins's New South Wales 
Basevi (Capt. J.) Account of Island of Minicoy — J.R.G.S. xlii. 368 

Bastable (C. F.) Money — Ency. Brit, xvi 

Bastian (Dr. A.) Ruined Cities of Cambodia — J.R.G.S. xxxv. 74 ... 
Bate (J.) The Suez Canal and its Prospective Results — P. R.C.I, ii. 78 
Bateman (W.) The Colonist ; or. Past and Present of N. Z. 8vo. 1881 
Bates. — Sandwich Island Notes. By a Haole. 12mo. 1854 

(H. W.) The Naturalist on the Amazons. 2 vols. 12mo. 1863 

Collection of Objects of Natural Histoiy- J. R. G. S. xxxiv. 306. 

Illustrated Travels. 6 vols. 4to. 1869-74— Cassell 

■ ■ The Fresh-water Turtle of the Amazons — Cassell, iii. 

The Finding of Livingstone by Stanley — Cassell, iv. 

Livingstone's Last Journey and Death — Cassell, vi. 

— — Coronation of King Cety way — Cassell, vi 

Central America, West Indies, and S. America. 8vo, 

Bathgate (Alex.) Colonial Experience (in Otago). 12mo. 

(Hon. J. ) New Zealand ; its Resources and Prospects. 1880- 

Batman (John) Journalat Port Phillip (1835)— [5112] ; ... 



1879 
1874 ... 



Batuta (Ibn) Travels to Egypt, India, &c., 1322-55— Yule's Cathay ... [2149] 
Baudier (Michael) Court of the King of China, 1610— Harlet, iL 1 ... [2088] 

Baudin (Capt. Nich. ) Voyage aux Terros Australes : Navigation [2423] 

Baumgarten, Travels, 1507— Churchill, L 381 ; Purchas, ii. 1376 ... [2073] 
Baur (Rev. W.) Religious Life in Germany. 2 vols. 12mo. 1870 ...[3170] 

Baxter (W. E.) England and Russia in Asia. 12mo. 1885 [1590] 

Bayly (Capt. G.) Sea Life Sixty Years Ago. 12mo. 1885 [2440] 

Beadle (B. A.) Journey of the Pombeiros, Angola to Zambesi [4112] 

Beale (Thomas) A Whaling Voyage and N. History Sperm Whale. 12mo. [2458] 
Beardall (W.) Explor. of Rufig6 R., Zanzibar— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) ui. 641... [1962] 

Beauchamp, Voyage to Jerusalem, 1096— Hakluyt, ii. 10 [2062] 

Beauchesne, Voyage to the South Sea, 1698— Burney, iv. 375 [2104] 

Beaulieu, Exped. to East Indies, 1619-22— Harris, i. 717 ; Thevenot, i. [2077] 

Beaumont (Joseph) The New Slavery in B. Guiana. 8vo. 1871 [6097] 

Beauplan, Ukraine and the Cossacks, 1640 — Churchill, i. 515 [2081] 

Beauvoir (Marquis De) Voyage Round the World. 3 vols. 12mo. 1870-72 [2508] 
Beavan (Capt.) Country between Candahar, &o.— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 548 [1961] 
Beaver (Capt.) Memoranda relative to W. African Settlement, 1792. 4to. [4017] 

Visit to Quiloa (1812)— Murray, 4/Vica, ii. 377 [1344] 

Beazeley (M.) Journey through S. Formosa, 1875— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vii. i. [1966] 

Becher (Capt.) On the Voyages of Frobisher— J.R.G.S. xii. 1 [1872] 

The Land Fall of Columbus— J.R.G.S. xxvi. 189 [1886] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



[1866] 
[1871] 
[1874] 
[1941] 
[1944] 
15205] 
[6251] 
[5606] 
[5606] 
[4033] 



No. in Catalogue. 
Beckewitz (Alex.) Exped. beyond Caspian (1717)— Mubeay, Asia, i. 344 [1344] 
Beckford (Wm.) Letters from Italy, 1780, Spain, &c. 1787. 2 vols. 8vo. [3121] 
Becroft (Capt. J.) Letter on River Quorra— J.B.G.S. vi. 424 

Benin and Upper Course of the Niger — J.R.G.S. xi. 184 

Old Calabar River, 1841— J. R.G.S. xiv. 260 

Bedingfield (Capt. ) On the Congo— P. R. G. S. i v. 66 , 

Journey to Ode in Ijebn Country— P. R.G.S. vii. 105 

Bednall (W. T.) Conchology of Poit Darwin — Harcus's S. Australia 
Beecham (John) Christianity the Means of Civilization. 12mo. 1837 

Colonisation of New Zealand, 1838 — Pamp 

Remarks on Official Documents relating to N. Z.,1838 — Pamp. 

■ • Ashantee and the Gold Coast. 12mo. 1841 

Beeohey (Achn. F. W.) Instruments forObservation-^.R.G.S. xxiv. 337.. [1884] 

Voyage to Pacific and Behring Strait, 1825-8. 2 vols. 4to [2442] 

Presidential Address — J.R.G.S. xxvi. p. clxxi [1886] 

Bocchey and Back's Voyages, by Robert Huish. 8vo [2644] 

Beeckman (Daniel) Voj-age to Borneo. 12mo. 1718 [4483] 

Beerbolim (Julius) Wanderings in Patagonia. 8vo. 1879... ... ... [6226] 

Beesly (A. H.) Sir John Franklin and Arctic Discovery. 12mo. 1881... [2722] 
Begbie (M. B.) Journey into British Columbia— J.R.G.S. xxsl. 237 ... [1891] 

Valley Terraces of British Columbia— P. R.G.S. XV. 133 [1952] 

Begg (A.) Seventeen Years in the Canadian N.-West— P.R.C.I. xv. 181... [2015] 
Behm (Dr.) Livingstone's Exploration Upper Congo— P.R.G.S. xvii. 21... [19£4] 
Behring's Voyages, 1725-26 — Harris, ii. [2095] ; Burney ... . 

Beilby (J. W.) Auriferous Drifts in Australasia, 1868 — Pamp 

Beke (Dr. C. T.) Routes in Abyssinia, 1837— J.R.G.S. X. 580 ... 

Geography of Southern Abyssinia — J.R.G.S. xii. 84 

Route from Ankobar to Dima, Abyssinia— J. B. G.S. xii. 245 .. . 

Route from Tajurrah to Ankober, Abyssinia — J.R.G.S. xiii. 182 , 

Countries South of Abyssinia — J.R.G.S. xiii. 254 

Continuation of Routes in Abyssinia — J. R. G.S. xiv. 1 

The Nile and its Tributaries — J. R. G.S. xvii. 1 

Notes on Mr. Ayrton's Abyssinian Paper — J.R.G.S. xx. 

The Sources of the Nile and Nilotic Discovery. 8vo. 1860 

Letters on Abessinia and Eastern Africa. 8vo. 1861 

Voyages of Barents to the Arctic Regions — Hakluyt Soc. 

Excursion to Haran, Padan Aram — J.R.G.S. xxxii. 76 

Regions of the Cazembe, 1870 — Casseli,, ii. ... 

Mount Sinai a Volcano — Pamp. 8vo. 1873 

Journey of Monteiro and Gamitto — Lands of Cazembe 

Bekr-es-Siddik (Ibn) Routes in North Africa, 1836— J.R.G.S. vi, 100 
Belcher (Sir E.) Survey W. African Coast (1830-32)— J.R. G.S. ii. 278 

■ Voyage Round the World in the " Sulphur," 1836-42. 2 vols. 8vo. 

Voyage of the " Samarang " in the Archipelago, 1843-46. 2 vols. 8vo. 

—— Arctic Voyage in H. M.S. "Assistance," 1852-4. 2 vok. 8vo. .:. 

(Lady) The Mutineers of the " Bounty." 12mo. 1870 

Bell (Chas. N.) Mosquito Territory— J.R.G.S. xxxii. 242 

(Sir F. D.) and Young (Fred.) On New Zealand Flax, 1842— Pamp... 

Indebtedness of the Australasian Colonies — P.II.C.I. xiv. 13 

(John) Travels through Siberia to China — Murray, Asia, iii. 424... 

(R.) Recent Surveys of Hudson's Bay— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 577 ... 

(S. Smith) Colonial Administrations of Great Britain. 8vo. 1859 ... 

(W. A.) The Colorado Basin, N. America— J.R.G.S. xxxix. 95 

Journey in Southern Arizona — Cassell, i. 

Bellairs (Seaforth) On Immigration in B. Guiana — Russell P. Essay 

Belky (Dr. G. du) The Gaboon, 1869— Cassell, i 

Bellonius and Purer (Chr.) Travels— Purchas, ii. 1376 

Bellot (Lt.) Memoir and Voyage in the Polar Seas. 2 vols. 12mo. 1855 [2666] 
Bellville (A.) Journey to Borders of Usambara Country — P.R.G.S. xx. 74 [1957] 
Belon (M.) Observations made in a Voyage to Egypt, Crete, &c. — Ray ... [2080] 
Belt (Thomas) Auriferous Quartz Veins of Australia, 1861 — Pamp. ... [4791] 

Bekoni's Researches in Egypt and Nubia — Murray, Africa, ii. 207 ... [1S44] 



289 



[2614] 
[4791] 
[1867] 
[1872] 
[1872] 
[1873] 
[1873] 
[1874] 
[1877] 
[1880] 

[4U7] 

[3955] 

[2125] and [2168] 

[1892] 

[2252] 
[3790] 
[4112] 
[1866] 
[1862] 
[2466] 
[2478] 
[2667] 
[4594] 
[1892] 
[5606] 
[2014] 
[1344] 
[1962] 
[1509] 
[1899] 
[2251] 
[6099] 
[2251] 
[2073] 



xxxu 



INDEX OF AUTHOES. 



No. In Catalogue. 
Benjamin of Tudela's Travels, 1159-73 — (see references, p. 115) ... [2073, &c.] 

Hebrew Text, with Transl. by Asher, Notes and Essays. 2 vols. 8vo. [2802] 

Bennet(Capt.) Visit to Daba in Tibet— P.R.G.S. X. 165 

(H. G.) Letter on Transportation, N. S. Wales, and V.D.L. — Pamp. 

On Governor Maoquarie's Administration (1819) — Pamp. ... 

Bennett (F. D.) Narrative of a Whaling Voyage, 1833-36. 2 vols. 8vo. 

(Geo. M.D.) Wanderings in New South Wales, &c. 1832-34. 2 vols. 

Gatherings of a Naturalist in Australasia. 8vo. 1860 

Acclimatisation: a Lecture. 1862 — Pamp 

Orange Cultivation — Industrial Resources of N.S. Wales 

(J. W. Ogilvie) Vocabulary of Woolner Dist. Tribe, N. Australia 

• (Samuel) Australian Discovery and Colonization. 12mo. 1865. 

Benson (Robert) Sketches of Corsica. 8vo. 1825 

Bent (J. Theodore) Genoa: How the Republic Rose and Fell. Svo. 1881 
Bentham (Jeremy) Principles of Morals and Legislation. 12mo 1879. 

(Geo.) and Mueller, Flora Australiensis. 7 vols. 8vo. 1863-80 . 

Bentley (W. H.) Journey to Stanley Pool, &c— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 553 . 
Benzoni (Girolamo) History of the New World, 1572— Hakluyt Soc. . 

Historiaj Novi Orbis— De Bry, G. V. iv. v. vi [2033-35] 

B^rengier(DomTh.) LaNouvelle-Nursie(rAustralieOccidentale). Svo. 1879 [5294] 
Beresford (Lord C.) Ambiyon Volcano, N. Hebrides— P. R. G. S. (N.S.) vi. [1965] 

Berkeley (M. J.) Outlines of British Fungology. 8vo. 1860 [1743] 

(T. B. H.) The Leeward Islands— P. R. C. L xii. 9 [2012] ; Pamp. ... [6036] 

Berlioux(E F.)-The Slave Trade in [East] Africa, 1872— Pamp [4156] 

Bermudez (Don John) Embassy to Abyssinia — Puechas, ii. 1149 [2073] 

Bernard the Wise, Voyage to Alexandria and Jerusalem, a.d. 867 — Wright [3766] 
Bernardin (M.) L'Afrique Centrale ; ses Produits Commerciaux — Pamp.... [4077] 

Bernardine's Account of China, &c., 1578 — Harley, iL 25-91 [2088] 

Bernardino (Caspar) Journey Goa to Portugal, 1611— Murray, Asia, i. 382 [1344] 



[1947] 
[5071] 
[5071] 
[2461] 
[4717] 
[4741] 
[4791] 
[4997] 
[4805] 
[4981] 
[3110] 
[8147] 
[1448] 
[1745] 
[1962] 
[2133] 



Bernier (F.) Travels Surat to Delhi, &c. (1655-65)— Harley, ii. 101 ... [2 

Travels in the Mogul Empire. Transl. by Brock. 2 vols. Svo ... [3513] 

BeiTy (Alex.) Massacre of the Crew of the " Boyd," 1809 [4544] 

— — Geology of Coast of New South Wales — Field's Geog. Memoirs ... [4710] 

(Sir Graham) Colonies in Relation to the Empire — P.R.C.I. xvii. ... [2017] 

(Rev. J.) Farming in North New Zealand, 1880— Pamp [5606] 

Berton (Count) Journey, Jerusalem to 'Akabah, 1838— J.R.G.S. ix. 277 ... [1869] 

— On Site of Ancient Tyre— J.R.G.S. Ix. 286 [1869] 

Bertrandon de la Brocquiere, Travels, 1432-33 [French]— Hakluyt Sfpp. [2070] 

English Translation, edited by Wright [3766] 

Bertus, Voyage into Ireland, 684 — Hakluvt, i. 4 [2061] 

Besant (Walter) Languedoc— Ency. Brit. xiv. 287 [2274] 

■ and Others, Exploration of Western Palestine. 7 vols. 4to. 1881-84 [3801] 

Best (T.) Voyage to the East Indies, 1611-14— Pukchas, i. pt. ii. 456-479 [2072] 

Beste (G.) Black Bear Shooting in the Himalayas — Cassell, iii [2253] 

Betagh (William) Voyage Round the World [with Shelvocke]. Svo. 1728 [2332] 
Bethencourt (Jean) Conquest of the Canaries — Hakluyt Soc. ..[4010] and [2158] 
Bethune (Adm.) Introduction to Galvano's " Discoveries " — Hakluyt Soc. [2142] 

■ ■ Notes on Borneo— J.R.G.S. xvi. 294 [1876] 

Bettencourt (E. A. de) Descobrimentos e Conquistas dos Portuguezes. 4to. [1379] 

Bevan (G. Phillips) British Industries. 16 vols. 12mo [1573] 

Industrial Classes and Industrial Statistics. 2 vols. 12mo [1572] 

Statistical Atlas of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Folio. 1882... [3003] 

Royal Relief Atlas. 4to. 1885 [1257] 

(Rev. W. L.) Student's Manual of Ancient Geography. 12mo. 1875 [1122] 

Medieval Geography : Hereford Mappa Mundi. Svo. 1873 ... [1173] 

Student's Manual of Modern Geography. 12mo. 1884 [1248] 

Bewsher (J. B.) Surveys in Mesopotamia— J.R.G.S. xxxvii. 160 [1897] 

Bickford (Rev. James) Christian Work in Australasia. 12mo. 1878 ... [5017] 
Bickmore (A. S. ) Journey, Canton to Hankow — J.R.G.S. xxxviu. 50 ... [1898] 

Travels in the East Indian Archipelago. Svo. 1868 [4454] 

Biddulph (SirM. A.) Pishin& Routes to Candahar— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)ii. 212 [1961] 
(W.) Travels, Africa, Syria, &c.— Puechas, ii. 1834 ; Habley, i. 761 [2087] 



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INDEX OF AUTHORS. xxxui 



No. in Catalogue. 

BiJie (George) Forest Destruction in Coorg— J.R.G.S. xxxix. 77 [1899] 

Biedma (Luis de) Kxpedition of De Soto to Florida— Hakluyt Soc. ... [2121] 
Bigg-Wither (T. P.) V.illev of tlie Titagy, Brazil— J.R.G.S. xlvi. 263 ... [1906] 

Pioneering in South Brazil. 2 vols. 12iiio. 1878 [6132] 

Bigge (J. T ) Reijorts of N. S. W. Commission of Inquiry. Fol. 1822-23 [4846] 

Bingham (Hiram) The Sandwich Islands. 8vo. 1857 [4658] 

Binglo (John) Letter to Lord Glenelg. 12mo. 1837 [4869] 

Binney (Thomas) Church Life in Australia. 12mo. 1860 [4968] 

Birch (E. W.) The Keeling Islands— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 263 [1967] 

(Dr. J. \V.) Commentaries of Dalboquerque. 4 vols.— Hakluyt Soo. [2165] 

Fgypt, from the Earliest Times to B.C. 300. 12mo [1124] 

Bird, State of the Cape of Good Hope, 1822. 8vo [4223] 

(Isabella, now Mrs. Bishop) The Hawaiian Archipelago. 12mo ... [4668] 

Unbeaten Tracks in Japan. 2 vols. 12mo. 1880 [3448] 

The Golden Chersonese and the Way Thither. 8vo. 1883 [3469] 

(James) Arabian Shores of the Red Sea— J.R.G.S. iv. 192 [1864] 

Birdwood (Sir Geo. C. M.) The Industrial Arts of India. 8vo. 1880 ... [3582] 

Bii'kbeck (Morris) lourney to Illinois, 1817. 8vo. 1818 [5897] 

Letters from Illinois. 8vo. 1818 [5897] 

Birkmire (Wm.) Table of Remarkable Specimens of Native Gold [5126] 

Bischotr (James) Sketch of Van Diemen's Laud. 8vo. 1832 [5319] 

History of Wool, Woollens, and Sheep. 2 vols. 8vo. 1842 ... [1483] 

BLscoe (John) Discoveries in the Antarctic Ocean — J.R.G.S. iii. 105 ... [1863] 
Bisset (Lieut.-Gen.) Sport and War in South Africa, 1834-67. 12mo. ... [4254] 

• ■ South African Colonies— P. R. C.I. vii. 86 [2007]; Pamp [4298] 

Black (C. B.) and Walters (Fred.) Chili— Ency. Brit. V. 616 ... . [2265] 

(C. E. D.) Kashgar, 1882— Ency. Brit. xiv. 7 [2274] 

■ (J. F. D.) Treasurer's Report, City of Montreal, 1875— Pamp. ... [5770] 

(J. R.) Young Japan, Yokohami, and Yeddo. 2 vols. 8vo. 1881... [3450] 

Blackmore (Trovey) A Visit to Fez, 1871 — Cassell, iii [2253] 

• Gebel-Mousa, Nrrth-Western Barbary — Cassell, iii. [2253] 

■ — — ( Wm. ) Colorado ; its Resources, Parks, and Prospects. 4to. 1869... [5919] 

Blackney (W.) Ascent of the Yangtse-Kiang— J.R.G.S. XXX. 93 [1890] 

Blackwell(T. E.) Water Highways of Canada. 1874— Pamp [5770] 

Blaine (James G.) Twenty Years of Congress, Lincoln to Garfield. 2 vols. 8vo. [5939] 

Blair (David) History of Australasia. 4to. 1879 [5021] 

Cyclopajdia of Australasia. 4to. 1881 [5033] 

(W. N.) Building Materials of Otago. 8vo. 1879 [5538] 

Blake (Edw.) "A National Sentiment" : Speech at Ottawa, 1874^Pamp. [5770] 

Blakistou (Capt. T.) Journey in Yezo, Japan— J.R.G.S. xlii. 77 [1902] 

Blanc (Dr. H.) Route through Abyssinia— J.R.G.S. xxxix. 36 [1899] 

Blauchard, Memo, on Globe at Frankfort, date 1520— J.R.G.S. xviii. 45... [1878] 

Blanckley (Mrs. H. S.) Six Years in Algiers, 1806-12. 12mo [3987] 

Bland (Wm.) Letters from Australian Patriotic Association. Svo. 1849... [4918] 
Blandford (W. J.) Geology and Zoology of Abyssinia. Svo. 1870 ...[3960] 

Blankley (Capt.)]slandand Provinceof Chiloe— J.R.G.S. iv. 344 [1864] 

Blaquiere (Edw.) Description of Venezuela, Trinidad, &e. 8vo. 1821 ... [6074] 
Blaxland (John) and others, Crossing of the Blue Mountains — Woods ... [4756] 
Blaze de Bury (Baroness) Germania ; its Courts, &c. 2 vols. 1850 ... [3167] 

Bleek (Dr. W. H. I.) Catalogue Sir G. Grey's Philological Library. 8vo. [6328] 
Bleeker (Dr. P.) Fishes of Van Diemen's Land [Dutch]. 4to. 1855 ...[4735] 

Blefkens (D.) Iceland and Greenland — PuRCHAS, iii. 643 [2074] 

Blencowe (Rev. G.) Physical Geog. Zulu Land— P. R. G. S. (N.S.) i. 324 ... [I960] 
Bligh (Lieut.) Voyage to the South Sea in the " Bounty." 4to. 1792 ... [2395] 

Mutiny of the " Bounty " (see p. 100) [2395-99] 

Deposing of, from N. S. W. Government — Paterson's N. S. W. ... [4837] 

Bliss (Henry) The Colonial System ; Statistics B. N. America, 1833— Pamp. [5770] 

(Rich.) Maps in R. G. Soc. Publications, 1830-83. Svo [6345] 

Blome (Richard) Britannia. Folio. 1673 [2938] 

Blosseville (Marquis) Colonisation Penale en Australie (1831). Svo. ... [4857] 
Blount (Henry) Voyage into the Levant. Small 4to. [2819] ; Hariet, i. 511 [2087] 
Bluinhardt(C. T.) Manual of Christian Missions. 2 vols. 12mo. ... [6255] 

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INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Blunt (Lady Anne) Bedouins of the Euphrates Valley, 2 vols. 8vo. 1879 [3849] 

Pilgrimage to Nejd. 2 vols. 8vo. 1881 [8850] 

(Mrs. J. E.)The Peopleof Turkev. 2 vols. 12mo. 1878 " ' 

(W. S.) Visit to Jebel Shammar— P. R. G. S. (K.S.) ii. 81 

Blyden(E. W.) Falaba Expedition— P. R.G.S. xvii. 117 [1954] ; Cassell, v. 

Prospects of the African [of Liberia and W.nAfrica] — PAiir. ... 

Blyth (Sir A.) South Australia and her Land Laws — P.R.C.L xi. 178 ... 

Bock (Carl) The Head Hunters of Borneo. 8vo. 1881 

Temples and Elephants : Journey, Upper Siam and Laos, i 

Boddam-Whetham (J. W.) Pearls of the Pacihc. 8vo. 1876. 

Roraima, British Guiana, and the West Indies. Svo. 1879 

Bode (Baron de^ Claims for Indemnification, 1833 — Pamp 

Revised Opinion on Case of, by Fonblanque, 1834 — Pamp. ... 

Country of Mamaseni and Khogilu — J.R.G.S. xiii. 75 

Site of the Uxian City besieged by Alexander — J. R. G. S. xiii. 1 08. 

Uagheatan, in the Caucasus — P.R.G.S. iv. 91 

Bodenham (R.) Voyage to Candia and Chio, 1550 — Haklutt, ii. 99 

Voyage to Mexico, 1564 — Hakluyt, iii. 447 

Bogle (George) Mission to Thibet in 1774. Edit, by Markham. Svo. 
Bohun (Sir H.) Travels in Palestine, 1222— Hakluyt, ii. 32 
Boler (R. D.) Notes with Chart of Niger Delta— J.R.G.S. xlvi. 411 
Bolingbroke (Himy) Voyage to the Dcmerary, Essequibo, &c. 8vo. 
Bollaert (W.) Notes on the Coast of Texas, 1842— J.R.G.S. xiii. 226 

Geography of Texas, 1850— J.R.G.S. XX. 113 

. Geography of Southern Peru — J.R.G.S. xxi. 99 

Observations on Coal Formation in Chile — J.R.G.S. xxv. 172. 

Additional Notes on Southern Pern — P.R.G.S. xii. 126 

Bolland (Capt. R.) Str. of Gibraltar and Tides, 1675— CnuKcnii.L, ir. 782 [2084] 
Bond (Edw. A.) Russia at the Close of the 16th Cent. — Hakluyt Soc. ... [2132] 

(G.) Account of P. Jackson, and Murder of Mr. Clode. 1806— Pamp. [5071] 

(Henry) The Longitude Found by an Easie Way. Small 4to. 1676 [1286] 



[3-.J34] 
[1961] 
[2255] 
[4077] 
[2011] 
... [4495] 
1884 [3471] 
... [4609] 
... [6101] 
... [1636] 
... [1636] 
... [1873] 
... [1873] 
... [1941] 
... [2062] 
[2064] 
[3352] 
[2062] 
... [1906] 
1809 [6091] 
... [1873] 
... [1880] 
... [1881] 
... [1885] 
[1949] 



1856 
1856 
1856 



1868 



Boner (Charles) Transylvania and its People. 8vo. 1865. 
Bonomi (Josejjh) Egypt, Nubia, and Ethiopia. 4to. 1862 
Bontekoue — Voyages aux Indes Orientales, 1618 — Thevknot, i. 19 

Bonwick (James) (Jold Digger's Guide, 1852 — Pamp. 

' Di-scovery and Settlement of Port Phillip. Svo. 

The Bushrangers of Van Diemen's Land. 12mo. 

William Buckley, the Wild White Man. 8vo. 

— — ■ Early Days of Melbourne, 1857 — Pamp. 

Western Victoria : a Tour in 1857. 12mo. 

John Batman, the Founder of Victoria. 12mo. 

The Last of the Tasmanians. Svo. 1870 

— — Daily Life and Origin of the Ta-inianians. Svo. 1870 

Curious Facts of Old Colonial Days. 12mo. 1870 

The Ta.smanian Lily : a Tale. 12mo. 1873 

— — A Ramble about Honolulu, 1873 — Cassell, v. 

. Stranded in the Hellespont, 1873 — Cassell, v. 

■ Victorian Aborigines, 1874 — Cassell, vi 

Mike Howe, the Bushranger of Van Diemen's Land. 12mo. 1874 

Pyramid Facts and Fancies. 12mo. 1877 

Egyptian Belief and Modern Thought. 12mo. 1878 

Our Nationalities : Irish, Scotch, Welsh, English. 12mo. 1880 .. 

The Resources of Queensland. 12mo. 1880 

Climate and Health in South Africa. 12mo. 1880 

First Twenty Years of Australia [1788-1808]. 12mo. 1882 

Port Phillip Settlements of 1803, 1826, and 1835. Svo 

The Lost Tasmanian Race. 12mo. 1884 

• Climate and Health in Australasia. ]2mo. 1886 

• British Colonies in Australasia, their Resouices, &c. 12rao. 1886.. 

• The British Colonies and their Resources. 12mo. 1886 

French Colonies and their Resources. 12mo. 1888 

Queensland, 1886— Ency. Brit. xx. 171 



[3197] 
[3891] 
[a077] 
[5171] 
[6088] 
[5334] 
(5086] 
[5171] 
[5118] 
[5087] 
[5341] 
[5342] 
[4991] 
[5344] 
[225.5] 
[2255] 
[2256] 
[5345] 
[3902] 
[3902] 
[3001] 
[5255] 
[4271] 
[5041] 
[5088] 
[5358] 
[5055] 
[,5051] 
[1600] 
[1601] 
[2280] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. ill CatHlofjue. 
Boon (M. J.) How to Nationalise Land, Railroads. &c., 1873— Pamp. ... [1636] 
Booth (E. Carton) Another England [Victoria]. i2mo. 1869 [5134] 

— Australia Illustrated. 2 vols. 4to. 1876 [5009] 

Boothby (Josiah) Statistical Sketch of South Australia. 8vo. 1876 ... [5204] 

Directory and Almanac of South Australia (Annual). 12mo. ... [5211] 

(Richard) Description of Madagascar— [4377] ; Harlet, i. 625 .. [2087] 

Bordier (A.) La Colonisation Scientiflque et Les Colonies Fran^aises. 8vo. [1689] 

Borri (R. F. Chr.) Account of Cochin-China— Churchill, ii. 721 [2082] 

Borrow (George) Works— (see p. 120) [2851] 

Bory St. Vincent, Voyage to African Islands. 12nio. 1805 [4018] 

Bose (Sahib Chunder) The Hindoos as they are. 8vo. 1881 [3589] 

Bosnian's Account of Whydah — Hotton's Tour of Africa, vol. ii. ... [1216] 

Boswell (James) Journal of a Tour in Corsica. 8vo. 1768 [3109] 

Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides, 1773, with Dr. John.son. 8vo.... [2951] 

Boteler (Capt.) Prince's I. and Annobom Bight of Biafra— J.R.G.S. ii. 274 [1862] 

Botta(E.) Discoveries at Nineveh. 8vo. 1850 [3726] 

Boucher de la Richarderie, Biblioth^que des Voyages. 6 vols. 8vo. 1808 [6322] 
Bougainville, Voyage to the Falklands, 1763-66— BuRNEY, v. 143 ... [2105] 

Voyage Round the World, 1766-69. 4to [2351] 

Bouldesell (Wm. de) Travels— Murray, Asia, iii. 103 ; Yule's Caihay, i. [2148] 
Bourchier (W. ) NaiTative of Pas.sage, Bombay to England. 12mo. 1834... [3926] 
Bourinot (J. G.) Marine and Fisheries of Canada, 1873— P.R. C.I. iv. 54... [2004] 

National Development of Canada, 1880— P.R. C.I. xi. 88 [2011] 

Intellectual Development of the Canadian People. 12mo. 1881 ... [5748] 

Bourne (Alfred) and others. Official Hist. N. S. Wales. 8vo. 1883 ... [5043] 

(F. S. A.) The Imperial Mausolea, Peking— P.R. G.S. (N.S.) v. 23... [1964] 

(Gilbert C.) Diego Garcia, Chagos Group— P.R. G.S. (N.S.) viii. 385. [1967] 

(H. R. Fox-) The Story of Our Colonies. 12rao. 1869 [1368] 

(Stephen) Trade, Population, and Food. 8vo. [1560] 

— Extended Colonisation a Nece.s,sity— P.R.C.I. xi. 1 [2011] ; Pamp. [1636] 
Bousfield (Wm.) Government by an Imperial Parliament, 1877 — Pamp. ... [1636] 

Boutakoff (Alexis) Survey of the Sea of Aral— J.R.G.S. xxiii. 93 [1883] 

Delta of the Amu-Daria or Oxus— J.R.G.S. xxxvii. 152 [1897] 

Boutell (Rev. C.) Gold Working— Brit. Industries [1573] 

Bouvet, Search for Lands in the Atlantic Ocean, 1738-9 — Burney, v. 30 [2105] 
Bouza (Don F.) Heights of various points in Spain— J.R.G.S. ii. 269 ... [1862] 

Bowdich (T. E.) Mission to Ashantee. 4to. 1819 [4021] 

Angola and Mozambique. Portugue.se Discoveries. 8vo. 1824 ... [4092] 

Bowen (Sir George) A Sketch — Escott's Pillars of the Empire [1553] 

Speech on the Mauritiu.s— P.R. C.L xiii [2013] 

Federationof the British Empire— P.R. C.L xvii [2017] 

(T. J.) Central Africa. Missionary Labours, 1849-1856. 12mo. ... [4046] 

Bowman (Hildebrand) Travels into Carnovirria, &c., N. Zealand. 8vo... [2369] 
Bowring(Sir J.) Kingdom and People of Siam. 2 vols. 8vo. 1857 ...[3465] 

— Visit to the Philippine Islands. 8vo. 1859 [4474] 

Boyd (Nelson) The Danubian Principalities (Roumania)— Cassell, iii. 1871 [2253] 

Sketches of Chili and the Chilians. 12mo. 1881 [6216] 

Boydell (Aldennan) The River Thames: Slates. Folio. 1794-96 ...[2954] 

Boyle (C. J.) Far Away in the Mauritius. 12mo. 1867 [4418] 

(Fred.) To the Cape for Diamonds. 12mo. 1873 [4356] 

Boyra (Michel) La Religion Chretienne .... Ma Chine— Thevenot, 33... [2078] 
Brabazon (Lord) State Directed Colonization ; its Necessity, 1886— Pamp. [1636] 

Bracken (Thomas) The New Zealand Tourist, 1879— Pamp [5608] 

Brackenbury (Capt. ) The Ashanti War. 2 vols. 8vo. 1874 [4063] 

Braddock (Lt. John) Guide to the Sculptures at Mam&llaipiir, 1844 ... [3551] 
Bradshaw (B. F.) Notes on the Chobe River— P. R. G. S. (N.S.) iii. 208 ... [1962] 

(John) New Zealand As It Is. 8vo. 1883 [5.561] 

(T.) Views in tlie Mauritius, or Isle of France. 4to. 1832 [4412] 

Brady (Charles) Corresp. relaring to Cultivation of Silk, 1870— Pamp. ... [5071] 

(Rev. J.) Vocabulary Native Language, W. Aust., 1845— Pamp. ... [4812] 

Braim(T. H., D.D.) History of New South Wales. 2 vols. 12mo. 1846 [4904] 
New Homes in the Australian Colonies. 12mo. 1870 [4993] 

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No. in Catalogue. 

Braithwaite (Capt.) Revolutions in Morocco. 12mo. 1729 [3979] 

Brarasen (John) Travels to Egypt, Syria, Greece, &c., 1814. 2 vols. 8vo. [2839] 
Brand (Charles) Voyage to Peru, and Passage across the Andes. 8vo. 1828 [6185] 

(Vice-Consul) Caravan Journey across Africa— J. R.G.S. xxiv. 266 ... [1884] 

Brandreth (H. E.) The Island of A.scension— J.B.G.S. v. 243 [1865] 

Brant (James) Armenia and Asia Minor — J.R.G.S. vi. 187 [1866] 

Journey through Kurdistan, 1838— J.R.G.S. X. 341 [1870] 

Brassey (Sir T.) Colonial Naval Volunteer Force— P. R. C.I. ix. 355 ... [2009] 

(Lady) Voyage in the "Sunbeam." 8vo. 1878 [2534] 

In the Trades, the Tropics, and the " Roaring Forties. " 8vo. ... [2541] 

■ Tahiti. With 31 Photos by Col. Stuart- Wortley. 4to. 1882 ... [4620] 

Brawern (H.) Voyage to Chili— Churchill, i. 455 ; Burney, iii. ... [2103] 

Breen (H.) St. Lucia : Historical, Statistical, &c. 8vo. 1844 [6003] 

Brees (S. C.) Pictorial Illustrations of New Zealand. Folio. 1847 ...[5439] 

. ■ Illustrations to Wakefield's New Zealand [5432] 

Guide to Panorama of New Zealand, 1850— Pamp [5606] 

Breidenback (Dean) Holy Land and Wilderness of Sinai, 1483— Purchas, 

ii. 1376 [2073] ; Murray, Asia, iii. 117 [1344] ; J.R.G.S. ix. 311 [1869] 
Bremer(Fredrika) Two Years in Switzerland and Italy. 2 vols. 12mo. 1861 [3089] 

- — (SirGordon)Portof Essington, 1839— J.R.G.S. ix. 499 [1869] 

Brenchley (J.) Jottings during a Cruise in the South Seas. Royal 8vo. ... [2505] 

Brent (G. S.) Index to J.R.G.S. Vols. xi. -XX. 8vo. 1853 [1911] 

Brereton (R. M.) Upper Class Colonies in California, &c., 1875— Pamp. ... [3951] 
Brerewood (Ed. ) Languages and Religions of the World. Small 4to. 1614 [2811] 
Breton (Lt. H. W.) Excursions in New South Wales, &c., 1830-33. 8vo. [4861] 

Brett (W. H.) Indian Tribes of Guiana. 8vo. 1868 [6095] 

Brewer (J. N. ) Beauties of Ireland. 2 vols. 8vo. 1825-26 [2970] 

Bridge (Horatio) Journal of an African Cmiser. 12mo. 1846 [4035J 

(Cyprian) Cruises, W. Pacific, 1882.85— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)viii. 545 ... [1967] 

Briiigett (Ronald) Summer Trip up the River Amoor— Cassell, i. ... [2251] 

Brierly (Sir 0. W.) English and French Fleets in the Baltic, 1854. Fol.... [2902] 

Friendly Islands and Tongatabu, 1850— J.R.G.S. xxii. 97 [1882] 

and Milner (Rev. J.) Cruise of the "Galatea." 8vo. 1869 [2.507] 

Brigges, Probability of a Passage to the South Sea— Purchas, iii. 848 ... [2074] 

Briggs (H. B.) Provence 1885— Ekcy. Brit. xix. 877 [2279] 

- — (Thomas) Direct Taxation : Prize Essay, 1849— Pamp. [1636] 

The Peacemaker : Free Trade, Free Labour, &c. 12mo [1547] 

Bright (John, M.R.c.s.) New Zealand and its Prospects. 12mo. 1841 ... [5418] 
Brignon (Hen.) Voyage to Chili and Peru, 1747— Burney, v. 133 ... [2105] 

Brine (Adm. Lindsay) Visit to Santorin or Thera— P. R. G. S. x. 317 ... [1947] 

Ruined Cities of C. America— J.R.G.S. xlii. 354 [1902] 

Brisbane (Sir T.) Twelve Months' Meteorological Obs., N. S. W [4710] 

Brisson (M. de) Travels in the Sahara— Murray, Africa, i. 290 [1344] 

Britten (F.) Watches and Clocks— Brit. Industries [1573] 

Britton (Henry) Fiji in 1870— Pamphlets [5645] 

Lol(5ma ; or, Two Years in Cannibal Land. 12mo. 1884 [5633] 

Broadbent, Christianity among the Barolongs, S. Africa. 12mo. 1865... [4185] 
Broadfoot (J. S.) Reports on the Ghilzi Country— R.G.S. Supp. P. i. ... [1912] 

Broadhurst (Henry) Leasehold Enfranchisement. 12mo. 1885 [1590] 

Broadley (A. M. ) Tunis, Past and Present. 2 vols. 12mo. 1882. ...[3998] 
Brock (Lt.)GulfsofKosandSymi, Anatolia— J. R.G.S. viii. 428 ; ix. 507 [1868-69] 
Brockett (W. E.) Voyage from Sydney to Torres Straits, 1836— Pamp. ... [4791] 
Brocklehurst (T. U.) Mexico To-Day, and the Prehistoric Remains. 8vo. [5971] 
Brocquiere (Bertr.) Voyage . . . Jenisalem, &c., 1432-33— Hakluyt Supp. [2070] 

Travels to Jerusalem, &c.— Wright [3766] 

Brodie (Walter) Remarks on New Zealand. 8vo. 1845 [5435] 

Pitcairn Island and the Islanders in 1850. 12mo [4574] 

Broniovius, Description of the Crimea— Purchas, iii. 632 [2074] 

Bronkhurst (H. V. P.) Origin of the Guyanian Indian.?, 1881— Pamp. ... [6108] 
Brooke (Sir Arthur deCapell) Sketches in Spain and Morocco. 2 vols. 8vo. [3029] 

(Rajah J.) Island and GulfofSymi, Anatolia, 1837— J.R.G.S. viii. 129 [1868] 

Proposed Exped.to Asiatic Archipelago — J.R.G.S. toL 443 [1868] 



INDEX OF AUTHOES. 



No. in Catalogue 
Brooke (Rajah) Letter from Borneo: Notices of theCountry,&c., 1842— Pamp.[4484] 

Journals. By Capt. Mundy. 2 vols. 8vo. 1848 [4485] 

Private Letters. 3 vols. 12mo. 1853 [4490] 

Facts and Fallacies: Alleged Piracies of the Dyaks — Pamp [4484] 

Letter on his Proceedings by Joseph Hume, 1853 — Pamp [4484] 

Vindication of his Character and Proceedings, 1853 — Pamp ... [4484] 

Account of the Rajah of Sarawak, by Miss Jacob. 2 vols. 1876 ... [4493] 

(Ralph) Errors in Camden's 5ri<amraiVj. Small 4to. 1724 ... ... [2936] 

(Rich.) Liverpool as it was during the Eighteenth Century. 8vo. 1853 [2980] 

Brooks (Henry) and Dr. Mann. Natal. 8vo. 1876 [4322] 

Broome (Sir F. Napier) A New Zealand Snow-Storm — Casskll, ii. ... [2252] 

Western Australia, 1885— P.R.C.L xvi. 180 [2016] 

Broomhall (Jeremiah) Journey in New Zealand (3,536 miles). 4to. 1877 [5531] 
Brosses (Pres. de) Navigations aux Terres Australes. 2 vols. 4to. 1756 [2089-90] 
Brougham (Lord) Colonial Policy of the European Powers. 2 vols. 1803 [1445] 
Broughton (Mrs. Eliz. ) A Six Years' Residence in Algiers, 1806-12. 12mo. [3987] 

(J. Cam Hobhouse, Lord) Journey thro' Albania, 1809-10. 2 vis. 4to. [3209] 

(W. G., Bp. of Australia) Visitation Journal, 1843-45 [6257], Pamp... [5071] 

(W. R.) Voyage to the North Pacific Ocean, 1795-98. 4to. ... [2413] 

Brouwer(Hendrick) Exjiedition to Chili, 1643— Burney, iii. 115 ... [2103] 

Browlee (Charles) On Kafir Laws and Customs. 8vo. 1858 ... ... [4246] 

Brown (A.) Voyages to East Indies, &c., 1617-22— Purchas, ii. 1851 ... [2073] 

(Barrington) Fifteen Thousand Miles on the Amazons. 8vo. 1878 ... [6133] 

(Chas. B.) Kaieteur Waterfall, B. Guiana— J. R.G.S. xli. 77 [liiOl] 

(F. C.) Cochin as a Place of Trade— J.R.G.S. iii. 268 [1863] 

(Rev. Geo.) New Britain and New Ireland— J.R.G.S. xlvii. 137 ... [1907] 

New Ireland and Neighbouring Is.— P.R.G.S (N.S.) iii. 213 ... [1962] 

(Henry) Victoria as I Found It. 12mo. 1862 [5129] 

(Isaac B.) Au.stralia for the Consumptive Invalid. 12mo. 1865 ... [4979] 

(Jas. B. ) Views of Canada and the Colonists, 12mo. 1851 ... [5719] 

(J. Croumbie) Hydrology of South Africa. 8vo. 1875 [4253] 

Reboisement in France : Replanting of the Alps, &e. 8vo. 1876... [1758] 

Pine Plantations on the Sand- Wastes of France. 8vo. 1878 ...[3070] 

(J. E. ) Tree Culture in South Australia. 8vo. 1881 [1765] 

(Richard) History of Cape Breton. 8vo. 1869 [5782] 

(Robert) Botany of Terra Australis. 4to. 1814— [1722] ; [1750] & [2425] 

Prodromus Florte Novae Hollandise et Insulse Van Diemen. 8vo. [1728] 

Botany of Vicinity of Swan River— [1750]; J.R.G.S. i. 17 [1861] 

Miscellaneous Botanical Works. 2 vols. 8vo. and Atlas 4to. ... [1750] 

(Robert) Queen Charlotte Islands— P. R.G.S. xiii. 381 [1950] 

Journey Across Cascade Mountains into Oregon — P.R.G.S. xi. 84 ... [1948] 

Journey Across Vancouver Island — Cassell, i. [2251] 

Life Among the North American Indians — Cassell, iii [2253] 

Formation of Fjords, Canyons, &c.— J.R.G.S. xxxix. xli. .. [1899, 1901] 

The Eskimo, their Habits, Language, &c.— Ency. Brit. viii. 543 ... [2268] 

Greenland ; its Climate, Physical Geog., &c.— Ency. Brit. xi. 166.. [2271] 

Heligoland. 1880— Ency. Brit. xi. 630 [2271] 

(William) New Zealand and its Aborigines. 12mo. 1845 [5436] 

(Rev. William) History of Christian Missions. 3 vols. 8vo. 1854 [6262] 

Browne (Edw.) Travels in Holland, Germany, &c. 1668— Harris, ii.... [2095] 

(Rev. Geo.) History of the B. and F. Bible Soc, 1804-54. 2 vols. 8vo. [6266] 

(G. A. ) Ups and Downs : a Story of Australian Life. 1878 ... [5018] 

The Miner's Right : a Tale of the Gold Fields — Colonies and India... [ ] 

Australian Grazier's Guide. 2 vols. 12mo. 1881 [5036] 

Old Melbourne Memories [with Poems]. 12mo. 1884 [5153] 

Live Stock Husbandry in Victoria, 1886 . ... [5154] 

(Patrick) Civil and Natural Histoiy of Jamaica. Folio. 1756 ... [5989] 

(W. G.) Travels in Africa, Egypt, and Syria, 1792-98. 4to. ... [3872] 

Browning (Oscar) Carthage and the Carthaginians— Ency. Brit. v. 160... [2265] 
BroyonMirambo (P.) Description of Unyamwesi — P.R.G.S. xx. 28 ... [1957] 

Bruce (James) Travels to Source of the Nile, 1768-73. 7 vols [3951] 

(Philip H.) Survey of the Caspian, 1723— Murray, Asw, i. 346 ... [1344] 



XXXVIII 



INDEX OF AUTHOKS. 



fjo. in Catalogue. 
Brue, Voyages to Senegal, Tiinbuctoo, &c. 1697-1715— Murray, 4/rica, i. [1344] 

Brugsch's Egypt under the Phaioahs. 2 vols. 8vo. 1879 [3903] 

Brunner (T.) Explorations in New Zealand— J. R.G.S. xx. 344 [1880] 

Brunois' (Sam.) African Voyage, 1611— Appx. to De Bry's " Pigafetta " [2043] 
Bruton (W ) News from the Ea.st Indies — Supplement to Hakluyt ... [2070] 

- — - Harley, ii. 267 [279] [2088] ; Murray, Asia, ii. 159 [1344] 

Bryant (Edwin) What I Saw in California, 1849— Pamp [5951] 

Bryce (J. Annan) Burma the Latest Addition to the Empire — P.R.C.I. xvii. [2017] 

Burma, the Country and People— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 481 [1967] 

(Rev. Prof. George) Manitoba. 12mo. 1882 [5808] ; Ency. B. xv. 490 [2275] 

(James) Armenia and Mt. Ararat— P.R.G.S. xxii. 169 [1959] 

Buchan (Alex. ) Atmosphere ; Barometer ; Climate ; Meteorology — E. B. [2262, &c.] 

(Capt. D.) Voyage towards the North Pole, 1818. 8vo [2615] 

Buchanan (Claudius,D.D.) Colonial Ecclesiastical Establishment. 8vo. 1813 [6238] 

(James) Canada to Receive Eugl.ind's Paupers, 1834— Pamp. . ... [5770] 

(J. Y.) Distribution of Salt in the Ocean— J. R.G.S. xlvii. 72 ... [1907] 

The Mediterranean Sea — Ency. Brit. xv. 819 [2275] 

Physical Geography of the Great Oceans— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. ... [1967] 

Buckhurst(W. P.) Jottings by an Australian Abroad. 12mo. 1873 ...[2859] 
Buckingham (Silk) and his Travels— Martin's Col. Mag. iv. 417, &c. ... [1479] 
Buckland (Frank) Curio-sities of Natural History. 4 vols. 12mo. 1872-77 [1671] 

Buckler (Dug.) Colony of Tasmania, 1883-Pamp [5375] 

Buckton (T. J.) Western Australia. 12mo. 1840 [5288] 

Buddie (Rev. Thomas) The Maori King Movement, 1860— Pamp... _ ... [5606] 
Buist (Dr.) Aneroid Barometer for Surveying in India — J.R.G.S. xxL 42... [1881] 

Physical Geography of the Red Sea-J.R.G.S. xxiv. 227 [1884] 

Curia Muria Isle.s— P.R.G.S. iv. 50 [1941] 

Bulger (Major G. E.) Notes of a Naturalist in Bumiah— Cassell, vi. ... [2256] 

Bulkeley and Cummins's Loss of the "Wager." 8vo. 1783 [2347] 

Bull (J.' W. ) Experiences in South Australia. 12mo. 1884 [5215] 

BuUer (Charles) Responsible Government for Colonies. 12mo. 1840 ... [1478] 

Speech on Sy.stematic Colonisation, April 6, 1843— Pamp [1636] 

Sjieeches, House of Commons, June, 1845 — Debate on New Zealand [5433] 

(Rev. James) Forty Years in New Zealand. 8vo. 1878 [5534] 

(Sii-W. L.) History of the Birds of New Zealand. 4to. 1873 ...[1676] 

Manual of the Birds of New Zealand. Royal 8vo. 1882 [1677] 

Bullock (Miss E. M.) Missionary Work in the Colonies. 12mo. 1865 ... [6273] 

(T. L.) Trip into Interior of Fonnosa—P.R.G.S. xxi. 266 [1958] 

Bumby (J. H.) Mis.sionary in New Zealand. 12mo. 1853 [5464] 

Bunbury (E. H.) History of Ancient Geography. 2 vols. 8vo. 1879 ... [1125] 
• Asia Minor ; Cappadocia ; Cauca.sus ; Cilicia ; Circassia ; Crete ; Cypnis ; 

Italy; Latium ; Lycia; Numidia; Paphlagonia; Pompeii; Pontus ; Ptolemy; 

Pytheas ; Rhodes ; Samnites ; &c— Ency. Brit [2262-81] 

Bunce (Daniel) Language of the Australian Aborigines, 1856— Pamp. .,. [4812] 

Austral asiatic Reminiscences. 12mo. 1857 [4736] 

(J. Thackray) Birmingham and its Trade— Ency. Brit, iii [2263] 

Buratini (Tito Livio) Description des Momies d'Egypte— Thevenot, i. ... [2077] 

Burbidge (F. W. ) Horticulture— Brit. Industries. 12mo [1573] 

Gardens of the Sun (in Borneo, &c.) 12mo. 1880 [4494] 

Burckhardt (J. L.) Travels in Nubia, Syria and Arabia, &c. 5 vols. 4to. [3842] 

Burford (Robt.) Description of a View of Sydney, 1829— Pamp [5071] 

Description of a View of Hobart, 1831— Pamp. [5375] 

Burger's (President) Replies to Sir Henry Barkly's Despatches, 1874— Pamp. [4365] 

Burke (Edm.) Select Speeches. 12mo [1441] 

Reflections on the French Revolution. 12mo. [1441] 

(R. O'Hara) and Wills (W. J.) Exploring Expedition, 1860— Pamp... [4791] 

Expedition to Gulf of Carpentaria— J.R.G.S. x.xxii. 430 [1892] 

and the Australian Expedition. By Jackson. 12mo. 1862 ... [4750] 

Narrative of the Expedition, 1860-61. 8vo. 1863 [4751] 

(Ulick R.) An Autumn Tour in Andalusia, 1872— Cassell, iv. ... [2254] 

Modane and its 'Neighbourhood, 1873 — Cassell, v [2255] 

Venice to Florence, 1873— Cassell, V [2255] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



XXXIX 



No. in Catiilo(;ue. 
Burn (David) Van Diemen's Land — Martin's Col. Mag. 1840-41 ... [1479] 

Naval Command for Australasia — Martin's Col. Mag. iv. 313 ... [1479] 

Plays and Fugitive Pieces. 8vo. Hobart, 1842 [5326] 

(J. I.) Population, Emigration, Home Colonisation, &c. 12mo. 1832 [1454] 

(Robert) Rome and the Campagna. 4to. 1875 [3143] 

Bnrnaby (General Fred.) A Ride to Khiva. 8vo. 1876 [3326] 

On Horseback through Asia Minor. 2 vols. 8vo. 1877 [3738] 

Burnes (Sir Alex.) Geogr. Memoir on the Indus— J.R.G.S. iii. 113 ... [1863] 

• — — OnMapof the Indus— J.E.G.S. iii. 287 [1863] 

Countrieson the N.W. Frontier of India-^.R.G.S. iv. 88 [1864] 

- — • Travels into Bokhara, Caubul, Persia, &c. 3 vols. 8vo. 1834 ... [3312] 
Maritime Communications of Natives of India — J.R.G.S. vi. 23 ... [1866] 

— Sind, 1837— J.R.G.S. vii. 11 [1867] 

Narrative of a Residence in Cabool, 1836-38. 8vo [3673] 

(James) Visit to the Court of Sindo— J.R.G.S. i. 222 [1861] 

Burnett (George) View of the Present State of Poland. 12mo. 1807 ...[8253] 

(Gilbert) Travels in Switzerland. Italy, &c., 1685-86- Hakris, ii. 590 [2095] 

Buenky's Collection of Voyages to the South Seas. 5 vols. 4to [2101-5] 

History of the Buccaneers. 4to. 1816 [2104] 

N.E. Voyages of Discovery by the Russians, &c. 8vo. 1819 ... [2614] 

Burns (Dawson, D. D. ) Local Option. 12mo. 1885 [1590] 

Burr ('Phos. ) Grey's Exploratory Journey S. Australia — J.R.G.S. xy. 160. [1875] 
Burrough (Stephen) Voyages to River Obi, &c.— Hakluyt, i. 274, 290 ... [2061] 

(Capt. W.) Voyage of 13 English Ships, 1570— Hakluyt, i. 401 ... [2061] 

(Chr.) Voyage into Persia, 1579 — Hakluyt, i. 419 ; Hakluyt Soo. [2184] 

Burrows (Prof. Montagu) Imperial England. 8vo. 1880 [1581] 

Burton J. H.) The Hook Hunter ; his Nature, Functions, &c. Sm. 4to. 1882 [6341] 

Emigration in its Practical Application, 1849 — Pamp. [1636] 

(Capt. Sir Richard F.)Goa and the Blue Mountains. 2 vols. 12mo. 1854 [3548] 

Journey to Medina and Mecca — J.R.G.S. xxiv. 208 ; xxv. 121 [1884 85] 

Tripto Harar— J.R.G.S. xxv. 136 [1885] 

First Footsteps in East Africa. 8vo. 1856 [4115] 

Pilgrimage to Mecca and Medina. 3 vols. 8vo. 1857 [3845] 

• (and Speke) Voyage, Mombasa to R. Pangani — J.R.G.S. xxviii. 188... [1888] 

(and Speke) East African Expedition— P. R.G.S. iii. 848 [1940] 

Lake Regions of Equatorial Africa — J.R.G.S. xxix [1889] 

Lake Regions of Central Africa. 2 vols. 8vo. 1860 [4116] 

■ Abeokuta and Camaroons Mountains— P. R.G.S. vi. 49, 64, 238 ... [1943] 

■ Abeokuta and Camaroons Mountains. 2 vols. 8vo. 1863 [4056] 

. Elephant Mountains, W. Equatorial Africa — J.R.G.S. xxxiii. 241 ... [1893] 

■ • Wanderings in West Africa, by a F.R.G.S. 2 vols. 8vo. 1863 ... [4054] 

• Mission to Gelele, King of Dahome. 2 vols. 8vo, 1864 [4055] 

on the Nile Basin. 8vo. 1864... [4118] 

Tanganyika, Ptolemy's Nile Reservoir — J.R.G.S. xxxv. 1 [1895] 

Highlands of Brazil. 2 vols. 8vo. 1869 [6126] 

Zanzibar, City, Island, and Coast. 2 vols. 8vo. 1872 [4124] 

Ukerewe Lake— P.R.G.S. xvi. 129 [1953] 

Volcanic Region East of Lebanon, &o.— J.R.G.S. xliL 49 [1902] 

Reconnaissance of Anti-Libanus — J.R.G.S. xlii. 408 [1902] 

(and C. F. Tyrwhitt Drake) Unexplored Syria. 2 vols. 8vo, 1872 [3785] 

Lacerda's Journey to Cazembe ... ... ... ... ... ... [4112] 

■ Ultima Thule ; or a Summer in Iceland. 2 vols. 8vo. 1875 ... [2924] 

Etruscan Bologna. 8vo. 1876 [3145] 

Sind Revisited, Anglo-Indian Army, &o. 2 vols. 8vo. 1877 ... [3566] 

Gold Mines of Midian and Ruined Cities N.W. Arabia. 8vo. 1878 [3847] 

Memoir on Map of Midian— J. R.G.S. xlix. 1 [1909] 

Land of Midian Revisited. 2 vols. 8vo. 1879 [3848] 

Visit to Lissa and Pelagosa — J.R.G.S. xlix. 151 [1909] 

Captivity of Hans Stade among tribes of Brazil — Hakluyt Soc. ... [2163] 

Camoens' Lusiads, transl. with Commentary. 6 vols. 12mo. ... [1378] 

Kong Mountains, 1882— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 484 [1963] 

To the Gold Coast for Gold. 2 vols. 12mo. 1883 [4067] 



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INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Burton (W. W.) State of Religion, &c., in New South Wales. 8vo. 1840 [4880] 

Government of N. S. Wales^ Martin's Col. Mao. i. 332 [1479] 

■ Society and Crime in N. S. W.— Martin's Col. Mar. i. 421 ; ii. 34 [1479] 

Bury (Viscount) Exodus of the Western Nations. 2 vols. 8vo [1359] 

Inaugural Address, 1869— P.R.C.I. i. 51 [2001] 

On the Treaty of Washington, 1872— P.R.C.I. iv. 7 [2004] 

Busby (James) Culture of the Vine. 12mo. Australia, 1825 [4848] 

— The Vine Dresser's Manual. 12mo. Sydney, 1830 [4860] 

Authenticlnformation Relating to N. S. Wales and N. Z. , 1832 — Pamp. [5071] 

Our Colonial Empire and the Case of New Zealand, 1866 [5496] 

Case of : Address to House of Representatives, 1869 — Pamp [5606] 

Bushell (S. W.) Journey in N. China, &c.— J.R.G.S. xliv. 73 [1904] 

Busk (R. H.) Lakes of Western Hungary — Cassell, ii [2252] 

Bussell (J. C. ) Excursions in S. W. Australia [4715] 

Butler (Annie R.) Glimpses of Maori Land. 12mo. 1886 [5572] 

(E. D.) Hungary, 1881— Enoy. Brit. xii. 361 [2272] 

Lima, 1882— Enct. Brit. xiv. 644 [2274] 

(F. H.) Echinodennata—ENCY. Brit. vii. 629 [1877] 

The Mariner's Compass — Ency. Brit. vi. 225 [1877] 

(Samuel) Hand-Book for Australian Emigrants. 18mo. 1839 ... [4877] 

A First Year in Canterbury Settlement. 12mo. 1863 [5489] 

. ■ (Major W. F.) The Great Lone Land (N.W. America). 8vo. 1872... [5806] 

. ^(William J.) Colonial Policy of the Ancientsi. Prize Essav. 8vo. 1840 [1405] 

Button (Sir Thomas) Voyage to North West, 1612— Hakluyt Soo. ... [2117] 
Buxton (Sydney) The Imperial Parliament Series. 12mo. 1885-86 ... [1690] 
Buzacott (Rev. A. ) Mi.ssion Life in the Islands of the Pacific. 12mo .. [4587] 
Byam (George) Wild Life in the Interior of Central America. 12mo. 1849 [6048] 

. ■ Wanderings in Westeru Republics. 12mo. 1850 [6049] 

Byles (Sir J. B.) The Sophisms of Free Trade, 12mo. 1851 [1499] 

Bylot and Baffin, Voyage to the N.W., 1615-16— Hakluyt Soc [2117] 

Byrne (J. C.) Twelve Years in the British Colonies. 2 vols. 8vo. 1848 [2853] 
Byron (Commodore) Voyage to South Seas and Patagonia, 1740-46. 8vo. [2346-47] 
Voyage to Straits of Magellan, 1764-65. 12mo ... [2348 and 2355] 

(Adm. Lord) Voyage to Sandwich Islands, 1824-25. 4to [2438] 

C (J. M.) Lichens— Ency. Brit. xiv. 552 [2274] 

C (Ro.) History of Barbary-PuRCH AS, ii. 851 [2073] 

C -(W. H.) Some Wants of Canada. 1841— Martin's CoL. Mao. v. 443 [1479] 

Cabot (John and Seb.) Voyages— Hakluyt, iii. [2064] ; Purchas, iii. ... [2074] 

Voyage towards the North West, 1496— Hakluyt Soc [2117] 

Voyage to America, 1498— Hakluyt Soc [2119] 

Date of their Discovery of America. By Major. 4to. 1870 ... [2307] 

(Seb.) Navigatione nelle Parte Settentrionali, 1556 — Ramusio, ii. ... [2028] 

(Jean et Sebastien) leur Origine et leursVoyages, par Harrisse. 8vo. 1882 [2306] 

Cabral (Pedro Alvarez) Discovery of Brazil (1500)— Harris, ii [2095] 

CabriUo (J. R.) Voyage to North of California, 1542— Burney, i. 220 ... [2101] 

Cadamosto (Alvise) Navigatione, 1455 — Ramusio, i. 96 [2027] 

Atlautic Voyages, 15th Cent. — Stanibr Clarke (see p. 93) ... [1340, &c.] 

Cadell (Capt. T.) Navigation of the R. Murray, 1853— J.R.G.S. xxv. 177 [1885] 

OnGrey and Stanley Kange—P.RG.S. vi. 55 [1943] 

Caillie, Through C. Africa to Timbuctoo and Morocco, 1824-28. 2 vols. 8vo. [4026] 

Caine(W. S.) Local Option. 12mo. 1885 [1590] 

Caldoleugh (Alexander) Travels in South America, 1819-21. 2 vols. 8vo. 1825 [6115] 
Calder (J. E.) Forests of Tasmania— P.R.C.I. iv. 173 ; v. 166 ... [2004-5] 

Account of the Native Tribis of Tasmania. 12mo. 1875 [5347] 

Caldwell (H. C.) Exploration of Darien-P.R.G.S. i. 484 [1938] 

Calhoun (Major A. R.) The Great Canon of the Colorado— Cassell, i. ... [2251] 
Callander's Coll. of Voyace.s to Terra Australis. 3 vols. 8vo. [2091-93] 

On Forming Colonies in the Terra Australis [New Britain] [2093] 

Callis (F.) Cutlei-y— Brit. Industries [1573] 

Calvert (James) and others. Events in Feejee. 1856— Pamp [5645] 

vfiji and the Fijians (Mission History). 12mo. 1858 [5621J 



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No. in Catalogue. 
Camargo (A. de) Voyage from Spain to Pern, 1539— Burney, i. 186 ... [2101] 

Cambridge (Eev. 0. P.) Arachnida— Ency. Brit. ii. 271 [2262] 

Camden (Wm.) Britannia, Gough's Edition. 4 vols. Folio. 1806 ...[2934] 



30 



Remaines Concerning Britaine. Small 4to. 1636 

Answer to Brooke's " Errors." Small 4to. 1724 

Cameron (A. M.) A Visit to Borneo. 1872 — Casrell, iv. 

(Duncan) On the Caucasus. 1862 — P.K.G. S. vi. 5 

(J.) Kalatoa and Puloweh Isles. 1865— P.R.G.S. ix, 

(P.) Hymenoptera — Ency. Brit. xii. .571 

(V. L.) Letter: Journey across Africa— P.R.G.S. xx. 118, 304 

Across Africa— J. R.G.S. xlv. 184, 197 

Across Africa. 2 vols. 8vo. 

Colonisation of Central Africa, 1876— P.R. C.I. vii. 274 

Camoens' Lusiads, &c. , Englished by Capt. Burton. 4 vols. 

. Life and Geog. Commentary, by Capt. Burton. 2 vols. 

Campbell (Arch.) Voyage Round the World, 1806-12. 8vo. 

(Colin) History of the Balearic Islands. 8vo. 1719... 

(Donald) Joiimey Overland to India, 1792 — Murray, Asia, i 

(Duncan) History of Mnce Edward Island. 12mo. 1875 ... 



12mo. 
12mo. 
1816 



410 



... [2935] 

... [2936] 

... [2254] 

... [1943] 

... [1946] 

... [2272] 

... [1957] 

... [1905] 

... [4134] 

... [2007] 

... [1378] 

... [1378] 

... [2430] 

... [3020] 
[1344] 
[5784] 



(Edward) Resources and Prospects of New Zealand, 1840 — Pamp. ... [5606] 

(Sir Geo.) Climate and Capital of India— P.R.G.S. xi. 54 [1948] 

. On Site for a Capital— P.R.G.S. xi. 255 [1948] 

A Sketch by T. H. S. Escott— Pillars of the Empire [1553] 

. (Major) Melville Island and Port Essington— J.R.G.S. iv. 129 ... [1864] 

Shorawak Valley, &c., Afghanistan— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 620 ... [1961] 

(Lord George) Log Letters from the " CbaOenger." 8vo. 1876. ... [2530] 

(Jas.) Notes on Camhodi3—J.R.G.S. XXX. 182 [1890] 

(John, LL.D.) Edition of Harris's Voyages. 2 vols. Folio. 1764 [2094-95] 

Political Survey of Britain. 2 vols. 4to. 1774 [1435] 

(Rev. John) Travels in South Africa, 1812-13 and 1819. 3 vols. 8vo. [4217] 

Maritime Discovery and Christian Missions. 8vo. 1840 ... ... [6252] 

(Rev. John) Introd. to Official Hist. N. S. Wales. 1883 [5043] 

(J. L.) Poenamo : Early Days of N. Z. Colonisation. 12mo. 1881 ... [5548] 

(Thos.) Letters from the South [Algeria]. 2 vols. 8vo. 1837 ...[3990] 

(William) The Crown Lands of Australia. 8vo. 1855 [6107] 

India in Six, Australia in Sixteen Days— P.R. C.I. xiv. 223 [2014] 

Campense (Alberto) Letteia intorno le Cose di Moscovia — Ramusio, ii. 126 [2028] 
Camus (A. G.) Memoire sur la Collections de Bry et Thevenot. 4to. 1802 [6321] 
Candidius (G.) Account of the Island of Formosa — Chukchill, i. 472 ... [2081] 
Candish (Sir T.) Voyages, 1586-93— HAKi,UYT,iii.[2064];DEBRY,G.V.viii. [2037] 

PuRCHAs i. pt. ii. 70 [2072] ; iv. 1192 [2075] ; Burney, ii. 64, 99 ... [2102] 

Candler (John) Journal in Jamaica (two parts). 1840 — Pamp [6036] 

Canner (T.) Voyage to Virginia, 1603— Purchas, iv. 1656 [2075] 

Cantova, Description of the Carolina Islands, 1722 — Burney, v. 18 ... [2105] 
Capello (H.) and Ivens (R.) Benguella to Yacca. 2 vols. 8vo. 1882 ... [4102] 
Capper (Col.) Journey, Aleppo to Bassorah (1778) — Murray, Asia, i. 409 [1344] 

(Henry) South Australia. 12mo. 1839 [5182] 

(John) Australia, a Field for Capital, Skill, and Labour, 1854— Pamp. [5071] 

Carder (P.) Voyage by Str. of Magellan, 1577-86— Purchas, iv. 1187 ... [2075] 
Careri (J. F. Gemelli) Travels through Europe, 1686 — Churchill, vi. 41.. [2086] 

Voyage Round the World, 169,3-99— Churchill, iv. 1 [2084] 

Carey (Sir G.) Fight against Spanish Ships, 1591— Hakluyt, iii. 565 ... [2064] 

(Lieut. -Col.) Narrative of the War in N. Zealand. 12nio. 1863 ... [5488] 

Cargill (Mrs. ) Wife of Missionary to Fiji (Memoir of). 18mo. 1855 ... [5617] 
Carles (W. R.) Recent Journeys in Corea— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 289 ... [1967] 
Carless (Lt. T. G.) Survey ot the Delta of the Indus— J.R.G.S. viii. 328... [1868] 

Cour.se of Hurricane on Malabar Coast, 1847— J.R.G.S. xix. -76 ... [1879] 

Carleton (Hugh) Life of H. Williams, Archd. of Waimate. 2 vols. 8vo. [5524] 

Carli (Denis) Mis.sion to Congo, 1666-67 — Churchill, i [2085] 

Carlyle (Rev. J. E.) South Africa and its Mission Fields. 12mo. 1878... [4264] 

(Thomas) Works. New Edition. 18 vols. 12mo. 1872 [1489] 

Cormichael (Rev. H.) Hints to Emigrants— N. S. W. Calendar. 1834 ... [4862] 



xlii INDEX or AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue, 
Carnarvon (Earl) Portugal, Galicia, and Basque Provinces, 1827. 12mo... [3030] 

(Earl) A Sketch— Kscott's Pillars of the Empire. 12mo. 1879 ...[1563] 

Caron (Francois) Relation du Japon — Thevenot, i. No. 30 [2077] 

Carpenter (W. B.) Oceanic Circulation, Gulf Stream, &c.— P.R.G.S. xv. 54 [1952] 

Further Inquiries on Oceanic Circulation — P. R.G.S. xviii. 301 ... [1955] 

Recent Observations, Ocean Temperature — P.R.G.S. xix. 493 ... [1956] 

Temperatureof the Sea Bottom— P. R.G.S. xxi. 289 [1958] 

^— Atlantic Ocean ; Baltic Sea ; Black Sea ; Caspian Sea ; Foraminifera ; Indian 

Ocean ; Microscope — Ency. Brit [2262, &c.] 

Carpini (John de Piano) Long and Wonderfull Voyage ; Mission to the Tartars 
— Haklutt, i. [2061] ; Purchas, iii. [2074] ; Harris, ii. 576 ...[2095] 

Murray, Asia, i. 105 [1344] ; Ency. Brit. v. 132 [2265] 

Carr (Sir John) Travels Round the Baltic, 1804 4to [3162] 

Tour through Holland and Up the Rhine, 1806. 4to [3162] 

Carrington (George) Colonial Adventures in Queensland. 12mo. 1871... [5247J 

Carter (Chas. R ) Victoria, the British El Df.rado, 1869. 12mo [5136] 

(George) Narrative of the Loss of the " Grosvenor," 1782. 8vo ... [4212] 

(H. J.) The Ruin, of El Balad— J.R.G S. xvi. 187 [1876] 

Carteret (Capt.) Voyage Round the World, 1766-69— Hawkesworth ... [2355] 
Carthier (Jacq.) Terra Nuova detta la Nuova Francia, 1534— Ramusio, iii. [2029] 

Navigatione per lui latta all' di Canada, &c., 1535— Ramusio, iii. ... [2029] 

Voyages to Canada, 1534-40— Hakluyt, iii. 201 [2064] ; Pabkman [1376] 

Cartwright (Peter) The Backwoods Preacher. 12mo. 1858 [5720] 

(John) Travels in Persia, &c.— Purchas, ii. 1422; Haeley, i. 709... [2087] 

Cary's Travellers' Companion : England and Wales. 12mo. 1826. ...[2968] 
Cassell's Illustrated Travels, edited by H. W. Bates. 6 vols. 4to. [2251-56] 

Old and New London, illustrated. 6 vols. 4to. 1875-85 [2998] 

Great Industries of Great Britain. 3 vols. 4to. 1878-80 [1574] 

Our Own Country, illustrated. 6 vols. 4to. 1879-83 [2997] 

Old and New Edinburgh, illustrated. 3 vols. 4to, 1881-83 ...[3000] 

Greater London, illustrated. 2 vols. 4to. 1883-84 [2999] 

Castella (Hubert de) Victoria as a Wine Producing Country [5154] 

John Bull's Vineyard : Australian Sketches. 12mo. 1886 [5155] 

Castle (W.) Discovery of part of N. American Coast— Harley, ii. 733 ... [2088] 
Castro (Don John) Voyage from Goa to Suez, 1540-41— Purchas, ii. 1122 [2073] 
Catlin (George) North American Indians. 2 vols. Royal 8vo. 1842 ... [5906] 
— — ■ Portfolio of Illustrations of the North American Indians. Folio ... [5907] 
Cattanach (A. C.) The Colonies and the Parent State— P.R.C.I. ii. 68 ... [2002] 
Cauche (Francis) Voyage to Madagascar, &c., 1638-44. Small 4to. ... [4378] 
Caultield (Gen.) Letters on Recent Transactions in India, 1842— Pamp. ... [3626] 
Cavendish (Sir Thomas) Voyages, 1586-93 — see "Candish." 

(Sir H.) House of Commons Debates on Canada, 1774. 8vo [5700] 

Cerruti (Capt. F. E.) Peru, Spain, and the Chincha Islands, 1864— Pamp. [6206] 
Cesar de Federici, Viaggio nell' India Orientalc, 1563-81— Ramusio, iii. .. [2029] 

Extracts of— Hakluyt, ii. 213 [2062] ; Purchas, u. 1702 [2073] 

Chaggi Memet, Travels in Country ot Great Can— Purchas, iii. 164 ... [2074] 

Chaix (Prof. Paul) Additions to Orography— J.R.G.S. x. 575 [1870] 

On the Rhone and Geueva—J.R.G.S.xiv. 322 [1874] 

GeographicalNoteson theNile— J.R.G.S. xix. 143 [1879] 

Last Census of Switzerlaud—J.R.G.S. xxiv. 313 [1884] 

Hannibal's Passage of the Alps— J.R.G.S. XXV. 182 [1885] 

Hydrography of Valley of Arve— J.R G.S. xxvii. 227 [1887] 

Chalmers (George) History of the Revolt of the American Colonies. 8vo. [5889] 

(James) Work and Adventure in New Guinea, 1877-85. 12mo ... [4522] 

Chaloner (Sir Thomas) Voyage to Algiers, 1541— Hakluyt, ii. 99 [2062] 

Chamberlain (Sir N.) A Sketch, by Major Griffiths— Pillars of the Empire [1553] 

Chambers (William) Sculptures and Ruins at Mavalipuram, 1788 [3551] 

Emigrant's Manual : Australia [and V. D. Land]. 12mo. 1850 ...[4924] 

Emigiant'.s Manual : B. America and United States, 1851 — Pamp.... [5770] 

Chamerovzow (L. A.) The New Zealand Question, &c. 12mo. 1848 ...[5442] 

Facts V. Fallacies : Alleged Piracies of the Dyaks, 1850— Pamp. ... [4484] 

Champain (Col.) Commun. C. Persia and the Sea— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 121 [1964] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



xliii 



No. in Catalogue. 

Champlain's Voyages to North America— Pakkman's Pio««er» [1376] 

Voyage to West Indies, 1599— Purchas, iv. [2075] ; Harkis, ii. ... [2095] 

Voyage to the West luities, &c., 1599-1602— Hakluyt Soc [2135] 

Voyage to Canada, 1603— Purchas, iv. 1605 [2075] ; Hakluyt Soc. [2135] 

Champlin (J. D.) Hayti, or Santo Domingo, 1880— Ency. Brit. xi. 543 ... [2271] 

Chancellor (R.) Discovery by Sea of Moscovia, 1553— Hakluyt, i. 237 ... [2061] 

Chandless (W.) Ascent of tlxeR. Purus— J.R.O.S. xxxvi. 86 [1896] 

Rivers Arinos, Juruena, and Tapajos — J.R.G.S. xxxii. 268 [1892] 



,419 



Svo. 



1875 



1868... 



Folio. 1725 



[1896] 

... [1899] 

... [1900] 

... [2252] 

1870 [3893] 

... [4355] 

... [2518] 

... [.5770] 

... [5422] 

... [1942] 

... [4186] 

... [2184] 

[2611] 

[3701] 

[2944] 

[til50] 

[1573] 

[2251] 

[4311] 

[4234] 

[4250] 



Notes on the R. Aquiry — J.R.G.S. xxxvi. 119 . 

Journey up the Jurena — J.R.G.S. xxxix. 296 

Notes on Maue-assii Abacaxio and Canuma — J.R.G.S. xl. 

India-Rubber Groves of the Amazons — Casskll, ii. 

Chapman (Capt. C.) The Suez Canal : Account of its Opening. 

Cape Town and the Diamond Fields. Svo. 1872 

• The Ocean Waves : Voyages Across the Atlantic. 8vo. 

- — (H. S.) Corn Trade of Canada, 1832— Pamp 

Papers relating to N. Zealand — N. Z. Portfolio 

(James) Notes on South Africa— P. R.G.S. v. 16 

Fifteen Years' Travel in South Africa. 2 vols. Svo, 

. (Laurence) Travels to Per.sia — Hakluyt Soc 

Cliappell (Lieut.) Voyage to Hudson's Bay. 1814. Svo ., 
Chardin (>ir John) Travels to Persia, 1672. Folio ... 
Charleton (Dr.) Chorea Gigantum : Stonehenge Restored. 

Charlevoix's History of Par.iguay. 2 vols. Svo. 1769 

Charley (W. T.) Flax and Linen — Brit. Lndustries 

Charnay (D.) A Bird's-Eyo View of Madagascar, 1869— Cassell, i. 
Chase (Hon. J. C.) N^tal Papers, and History from 1498. Svo ... 

Cape of Good Hope and Algoa Bay. 12mo. 1843 ... 

History of Cape Colonv, 1820-68. Svo 

Chateaubriand (Vicomte) Tour in Greece, Palestine, &c. 2 vols. Svo. 1806-7 [2834] 

Travels in America, 1791-92, Italy, 1803-4, &c. 2 vols. Svo. 1828 ... [2835] 

Chaumout (Chev. ) French Embassy to Siam, 1586 — Murray, Asia, iii. 231 [1344] 

Chauncy (W. Snell) A Guide to South Australia, 1849— Pamp [.5225] 

(Philip) Notes on the Australian Aborigines — S.MYTH [4804] 

Chauveau, L'Instruction Publique an Canada. Svo 1876 [5733] 

Cheadle and Milton, The Rocky Mountains— P. R.G.S. ix. 17 [1946] 

North West Passage by Land. Svo. 1866 [268S] 

Cheap (Capt. David) Wreck of the " Wager," 1741-2— Bukney, v. 90 ... [2105] 
Cheever (Henry T.) The Island World of the Pacific [Hawaii]. 12mo. 1851 [4654] 

Life in the Sandwich Islands, as It Was and It Is. 12mo. 1851 ... [4655] 

Cheinie (Rich.) Travels to Persia— Hakluyt Soc [2184] 

Chenier, Morocco and the Moors. 2 vols. Svo. 1788 ... ... ... [3983] 

Cherry and Lyndes, A Sea to the S.E. of the R, Obi— Purchas, iii. 806... [2074] 

Chesney (A.) Mona : A Story of Queensland Life. 12mo. 1879 [.5254] 

(Gen. Chas.) Euphrates Expedition— J.R.G.S. iv. 374 ; vii. 411 [1864-67] 

Euphrates and Tigi'is Expedition, 1835-37. 4 vols. Royal Svo. 1850 [3722] 

Chesson(F. W.) Polynesian Labour Question— P. R.C.I, iii. 34. 1S71 ... [2003] 

Coloured Labour in British Colonies — Westminster Disc. 1871 ... [1532] 

On Manitoba— P. R.C.I, iii. 102 [2003] 

Past and Present of Fiji— P. R.C.I, vi. 89 [2006]— Pamp [5645] 

Recent Telegraphic Legislation in Canada, 1875 — Pamp [5770] 

Chester (Eari) Voyage to the Holy Land, &c., 121S— Hakluyt, ii. 32 ... [2062] 

Child (Sir Josiah) New Discourse of Trade, &c. 12mo. 1693 [1419] 

Childe (A.) Journal from England to Surat, &c., 1616— Purchas, i. ii. 606 [2072] 

ChUders (Right Hon. H. C. E.) A Sketch— Pillars of the Empire [1553] 

Speech : How the Ballot Really Works, 1869— Pamp [1636] 

Chilton (John) Voyage to New Spain, &c., 1568— Hakluyt, iii. 455 ... [2064] 
Chimmo (Coram. W.) N.E. Coast of Labrador— J.R.G.S. xxxviii. 258 ... [1S9S] 

Gulf Stream Soundings— P.R.G.S.xiii 92 [1950] 

Account of Cayagan Sulu near Borneo — P.R.G.S. xv. 384 [1952] 

Chinery (David) West African Slaveiy, 1864— Pamp [4077] 

Chippendale (Lieut.) Journey towards Lake Nyanza — P.R.G.S. xx. 67 ... [1957] 



xliv 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Chisholm (G.G.) Pyrenees; Roumania; Sardinia; Servia— Ency. B. xx. xxi. [2280-81] 

Rudler (F. W.) and Ramsay (Sir A. C.) Europe- Stanford [1250] 

Cholmley (Sir Hugh) A Discourse of Tanjier, 1«62. 4to. 1787 [3978] 

Cholmondeley (T.) Ultima Thule: Thoughts on N.Z. 12mo. 1854 ...[5462] 
Christaller (Rev. J. C.) Basin of the R. Volta— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 246... [1967] 
Christian (Fletcher, of the " Bounty ") Voyages and Travels. 12mo. 1797 [2397] 
Christie (W. D.) Reply to Lord Malmesbury on Brazil, 1863— Pamp. ... [6125] 
Christison (Dr. D.) Journey to Central Uruguay— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 663 [1961] 

Christopher (W.) East Coast of Africa— J.R.G.S. xiv. 76 [1874] 

Chuck (T.) Reply to A. TroUope's Remarks on Victoria, 1874— Pamp. ... [5171] 

Church (Prof.) Acids and Alkalies — Brit. Industries _ ...[1573] 

Churchill's Collection of Voyages. 6 vols. Folio, (pp. 72-73) [2081-6] 

(Col.) Mt. Lebanon ; Ten Years' Residence, 1842-52. 3 vols. 8vo... [3775] 

The Druses and Maronites. 8vo. 1862 [3779] 

(Chas.) Missionary Life in Nova Scotia. 12mo. 1845 [5776] 

Cieza de Leon (Pedro) Travels in Peru, &c., 1532-50— Hakluyt Soc. ... [2145] 

Clain (P. Paul) Letter from Manila, 1697— BURNBY, v. 5... [2105] 

Clapin (A. P.) Parliamentary Lists N. S. W.— Official History, 1883 ... [5043] 
Clapperton (H.) Travels in Northern and Central Africa, 1822-24. 4to ... [4025] 

Second Expedition, to Soccatoo. 4to. 1829 [4025] 

. Last Expedition by H. Lander. 2 voR 12mo. 1830 [4027] 

Clark (D. K. ) Railways and Tramways— Brit. Industries [1573] 

(G. B.) British Policy towards the Boers, 1881—Pamp [4366] 

The Transvaal and Bechuanaland, 1883— Pamp [4365] 

(H. J.) Trinidad ; a Field for Emigration, 1886— Pamp [6036] 

(J. A.) Glimpses of the Old World [Europe, &c.]. 2 vols. 8vo. 1847 [2847] 

. (J. Leslie) Emigration to Venezuelan Guayana, 1868 — Pamp... ... [6084] 



(W. George) Gazpacho ; or Summer Months in Spain. 12mo. 

Clarke (Sir Andrew) A Sketch — Pillara of the Empire 

Report on the Suez Canal— P.R.G.S. xiv. 259 

(Col. A. R.) Figure of the Earth— Ency. Brit. vii. 597 

Geodesy — Ency. Brit. x. 163 

Mathematical Geography— Ency. Brit. X. 197 

Projection of the Sphere— Ency. Brit. x. 200 

• • (Edward) On Emigration — Westminster Discus. 1871 ... 

(E. D.) Tour through England, Wales, and Ireland, 1791. 8vo. 

Ti-avelsinEurope, Asia, &c., 1799-1802. 11 vols. 8vo. 

Life, by Rev. Wm. Otter. 2 vols. 8vo 

(Major F. C. H.) Kuldja— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 489 

■ Khiva — Ency. Brit. xiv. 62 

The Merv Oasis — Ency. Brit. xvi. 41 

(Henry) Concise Treatise on the Usury Laws, 1824 — Pamp. ... 

(Hyde) Utility of a Reporter on Trade Products— P.R.C. I. ii. 154 

Financial Resources of our Colonies — P.R.C. I. iiL 131 

■ Early History of the Mediterranean Populations. 8vo. 1882 

(Rev. J.) Mouths of the R. Jaraoor, Cameroons — J. R.G.S. xvi. 255 

(J. Stanier) Progress of Maritime Discovery to 1500. 4to. 1803 

. (Marcus) For the Term of his Natural Life. 12mo. 1874 ... 

Old Tales of a Young Country [Australia]. 12mo. 1871 ... 

(Percy) The " New Ctium " in Australia. 12mo. 1886 

(Rev. W. B.) Wreck of the "Favourite," Desolation I. (1825). 

Search for Remains of Leichhardt's Part v— P.R.G.S. iii. 87 ... 

• Southern Gold Fields of New South Wales. 12mo. 1860 ... 

Sedimentary Formations and Gold Discoveries N. S. W. 

(W. Nelson) Hundred of Wanting, Berkshire. 4to. 1824 ... 

Clavijo (Gonzalez de) Embassy to Court of Timour— Hakluyt Soc. 

Cliiyborne (T.) Voyage to the East Indies, 1604-6— Purchas, i. pt. ii. 185 [2072] 

Clayden (Arthur) The England of the Pacific [N. Z.]. 8vo— Pamp. ... [5606]. 

NewZealandinl884 P.R.C.I. xvi. 147 [2016] 

Hand-Book of New Zealand. 12mo. 1885 [."^570] 

Cleghorn (H.) Arboriculture— Ency. Brit. ii. 317 ; Forests, ix. 397 [2262, 69] 
(John) On the Water of Wick— J.R.G.S. xxvii. 230 [1887] 



1850... [3036] 
... [15.53] 
... [1951] 
... [2267] 
... [2270] 
[2270] 
[2270] 
[1532] 
[2832] 
[2832] 
[2832] 
[1961] 
[2274] 
[2276] 
[1636] 
[2002] 
[2003] 
[1129] 
[1876] 
[1340] 
[5346] 
[4998] 
[5056] 
[4410] 
. [1940] 
. [4743] 
. [4997] 
[2967] 
[2138] 



8vo. 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



zlT 



Ko. in CataloRue. 
Clemens (S. L. ) The Innocents Abroad ; or, New Pilgrim's Progress. 12mo. [2858] 

A Tramp AbroaJ, on the Continent. 12rao 

Clerk (Capt.C.) Persia, Khorassan, and Afghanistan — J.R.G.S. zxxi. 37 ... 

Clerraont-Oanneaii (Chas.) Researches in Jernsalcin, 1874-75 

Clipperton and Shelvocke, Voyage to S. Sea, 1718-20— Buenet, iv. 620 ... 

Clough (R. S. ) The Amazons : Diary of a Journey. 8vo. 1874 

Clutterbuck (J. B.) Port Phillip in 1849. 18mo 

Cluverius, Introductio in Universam Geographiam. 4to. 1697 



[2869] 
[1891] 
[3801] 
[2104] 
[6130] 
[5097] 
[1211] 
■ Tabulae Geogi'aphicai . . . vetus . . . universa geographia. Folio. 1699 [1106] 
Coates (D.) and others. Evidence on Aborigines, H. C. 1837. 12rao ... [6251] 
Coats (Capt.) Voyages to Hudson's Bay, 1727-51 — Hakluyt Soc. xii. ... [2124] 

Cobb (B. F.) Silk— Brit. Industries [1573] 

Cobbett(Wm.) Rural Rides in England, 1821-32. 2 vols. 12mo [2972] 

A Year's Residence in the United States. 12mo. 1828 [5900] 

Cochrane (A. Baillie) Young Italy. 12mo. 1850 [3134] 

Cockburn (A. S.) Physical Geogi-aphy of Belize River— P. R. G. S. xii. 72 ... [1949] 
Cocks (R.) Occurrences in Japan, 1615-22— PuRCH. i. pt. ii. 395; ii. 1695 [2072-73] 

Diarv, Edited by Maunde Thompson — Hakluyt Soo. 2 vols. ... [2180] 

Coggeshali (George) Thirty-Six Voyages, 1799-1841. 8vo [2465] 

CoUi«rne(Col.) With Hicks Pasha in the Soudan, 1883. 12mo [3936] 

Colchester (Lord) Presidential Addresses — J.R.G.S. xvi. xvii. ... [1876-77] 

On the Yang-tsze-Kiang— J.R.G.S. xvii. 130 [1877] 

Coleman (E. T.) Mount Rainier, Washington Territoi-y — Cassell, v. .. [2255] 

- — - A Year's 'Tramp in Colorado — Cassell, v. and vi [2255-56] 

Third Class Journey Across America — Cassell, vi [2256] 

Puget Sound and North Pacific Railroad — Cassell, vi [2256] 

■ (J.N.) Life of Davis, N.Z. Missionary, 1824-63. 12mo [5495] 

Colenso (Bp.) On Proceedings of Bp. of Cape Town, 1864— Pamp. ... [4349] 

Letter to the Laity of Diocese of Natal, 1864— Pamp [4349] 

Lecture on Missions to the Zulus, 1865 — Pamp. [4349] 

Langalibalele and the Amahluhi Tribe, 1874 — Pamp [4349] 

Cetehwayo's Dutchman, Cornelius Vijn. 12mo. 1880 ... ... [4329] 

(Miss) and Lt.-Col. Durnford, Hist, of the Zulu War. 8vo. 1880... [4330] 

(W.) Visits to the Ruahine Range, Hawke's Bay, 1845-47— Pamp... [5606] 

Coleridge (Henry N.) Six Months in the West Indies, 1825. 12mo. ... [5997] 

Coles (John) Summer Travelling in Iceland. 8vo. 1882 [2925] 

Catalogue of the Map Room, Royal Geog. Soc, March, 1881. 8vo... [6332] 

Collet (C. F.) The Island of Old Providence— J.R.G.S. vii. 203 [1867] 

Colley (General) : a Sketch, by Major Griffiths — Pillars of the Empire ... [1553] 

Collie (A.) Excursion N. of K. George's Sound, 1831-32 [4715] 

Meteorological Journal, 1831-32 [4715] 

(and Preston) Country betw. Cockburn Sd. and Geographe Bay, 1829 [4715] 

Collingwood (Cuthbert) Naturalist's Rambles in China Seas. 8vo. 1868... [3387] 
Collins (David) Account of New South Wales. 2 vols. 4to. 1798-1802 ... [4830] 

Order Book, kept at Port Phillip, 1803-4— Hist. Records of P. P.... [5081] 

(J.) Hides, Leather, Gutta Percha, India-Rubber — Brit. Industries [1573] 

(S. H.) Emigrant's Guide to U. S. and Swan River. 12mo. 1829... [5281] 

Collinson (Adm.)On the Yang-Tsze-Kiang— J.R.G.S. xvii. 130 [1876] 

Voyage of the " Enterprise "—J.R.G.S. xxv. 194 [1885] 

Hints to Travellers— J. R.G.S.xxxiv [1894] 

■ Voyages of Martin Frobisher — Hakluyt Soc. xxxviii. [2150] 

(Col.) Ruins of Acropolis of Ca.ssope— J. R.G.S. xxxii. 68 [1892] 

(Francis) A Few Observations on Natal, for Emigrants, 1848 — Pamp... [4349] 

(J.) Exploration in Central America— P. R.G.S. xii. 25 [1949] 

Colmer (J. G.) Recent Development of Canada— P. R.C.I, xvii. 105 ... [20)7] 

Colnett (Capt. James) Voyage in the Pacific, 1793-94. 4to. 1804 ...[2412] 

Colom (Arnold) Zee-Atlas, oste Water- Wereldt. Folio. 1650 [1284] 

Colomb (Capt. J. C. R. ) Slave Catching in Indian Ocean. 8vo. 1873 ...[4126] 

Colonial Defences— P. R. C. I. iv. 217, 1873 [2004]— Pamp [1636] 

Colonial Defences : Press Notices, 1875— Pamp [1636] 

• Colonial Defence and Colonial Opinion [on the same]. 8vo. 1877... [1546] 

Russian Development, and our Position, 1877 — Pamp [1636] 



xlvi 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 



Colomb (Capt. J. C. R.) Defence of Great and Greater Britain. 8vo. 1880 [l.l.fiQ] 

Imperial and Colonial Responsibilities in War— P. R.C.I, viii. 304 ... [2008] 

Impi rial Federation, Naval and Military, R. U. S. Inst., 1886— Pamp. [1636] 

Colonial (Royal) Institute Proceedings, 1869-86. 8vo. ... [2001-17] 

Colonies (The) and India [Newspaper] [see p. 28] 

Colonisation Circular— Pamp ... [1636] 

Colquhoun (A. R.I South China to Burmah—P.R.G.8. (N.S.) ir. 713 

Across Chry.se ; Explorations in S. China, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. 1883 

The Truth about Tonquin [French Policy, &c.]. 12mo. 1884 

The Opening of China : Letters to the Times, 1884— Pamp... 

Amongst the Shans, with Hist. Sketch by Hallett, &c. 8vo. 1885 

Burma and the Bunnans. 12mo. 1885 

Colthurst (Mi.s8) Standards of Vertical Distances — J.R.G.S. xix. 192 
Columbus (Chr.) Conjectures of a New World — Purchas, i. ii. 8 ... 

(Barth.) Offer of Discovery to Henry VII.— Hakluyt, iii. 2 

(Chr.) Relaciones, Cartas, y otros Documentos— Navakuetb, i. ii 

and his Companions, by Washington Irving. 4 vols. 8vo... 

Life and Discoveries, by his Son — Churchill, ii. 501 

Select Letters, &c. Edited by Major 

Facsimile Letters of Columbus — Cartas de Indias 

Comber (T. J.) Excursion Cameroons to Makuta— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 225 

Journeys in Interior of Congo— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 20 

Boat Journey Round Stanley Pool— P.R.G.S. (N.S) vi. 71 ... 

Combes (Edw.) Material Progress of New South Wales — P.R.C.I 
Comte (Lewis Le) Ten Years' Travels in China. 8vo. 
Conder (Capt.) Tent Work in Palestine. 2 vols. 8vo. 

Galilee— Enct. Brit. x. 27 ; Jerusalem — xiii. 636 

Excavations and Researches in Jerusalem. 4to. 

(and Kitchener) Survey of W. Palestine. 3 vols. 

Conner (Bernard) Account of the Kingdom of Poland — Harris, ii. 508 
ConoUy (Lt. Arthur) Overland Journey to India, 1830. 2 vols. 8vo. 
Constantine the Great, Voyage to Greece, Egypt &c.— Hakluyt, ii. 2 
Contarini (Ambrosio) Viag'gio nella Persia, 1473-77 — Ramusio, ii. 112 

Travels to Persia— Hakluyt Soo 

Conti (Nicol6 di) Viaggio nolle Indie Orientali, 1449— Ramusio, i. 338 

Travels to India — Hakluyt Soc. 

Cook (Capt. James) Three Voyages. 8 vols. 4to. and Atlas, folio 

Journal of First Voyage by Parkinson. 4to. ... 

Second Voyage by Forster. 2 vols. 4to 

Third Voyage by W. Ellis. 2 vols. 8vo 

. Account of Third Voyage by Ledyard. 8vo 

Views taken during Third Voyage by Webber. Folio 

Specimens of Cloth Collected in the Three Voyages. 4to. ... 

Life of Capt. Cook, by Andrew Kippis, D.D. 4to. 1788... 

Three Voyages, Library Edition, revised. 7 vols. 8vo. 1821 

■ (H.) Climate and Geology of Abyssinia— P.R.G.S. xiv. 158 ... 

(John) Buccaneering Voyages, 1683-84— Burney, iv. 141 ... 

(Thos.) Indian Tours, with three maps, 1881— Pamp. 

Cooke (Edward) Voyage to the South Seas, &c., 1708-11. 12mo.... 



1738 
1878 



4to. 



Cooley (W. D.) History of Maritime and Inland Discovery. 3 vols. 12mo. [1346] 



The Tribes near Delagoa Bay— J.R.G.S. iii. 311 

Geography of L. Nyassa— J.R.G.S. xv. 185 ; xvi. 138 

Rcgio Cinn.amomifera of the Ancients — J.R.G.S. xix. 166 ... 

• Inner Africa Laid Open. 8vo. 1852 

I hysical Geography. 12mo. 1876 

CooIidge(W. A. B.) The Jura Mountains— Enoy. Brit. xiii. 781... 
Cooper (Sir D.) Sketch of N. S. Wales, 1788-1876— P.R.C.I. ix. 86 

(Frederic de Brebant) Wild Adventures in Australia. 12mo. 1857 

(H.) Trade Route, Gambia to Timbukto— P.R.G.S. xx. 78 ... 

(H. Stonehewer) Coral Lands of the Pacific. 2 vols. 8vo. 1880 

Our New Colony P'iji, 1882— Pamp 

(Joseph) The Lost Continent ; or, The African Slave Trade. 1875 



[1P63] 
[3470] 
[3472] 
[3405] 
[3473] 
[3499] 
[1879] 
[2072] 
[2064] 
[2110] 
[2303] 
[2082] 
[2156 & 2.302] 
[1373] 
[I960] 
[1962] 
[1965] 
xvii. 46 [2017] 
[3368] 
[3793] 
[2270, 73] 
[3801] 
[3801] 
[2095] 
[3527] 
[2062] 
[2028] 
[2161] 
[2027] 
[2134] 
[2355-58] 
[2362] 
[2365] 
[2371] 
[2831] 
[2375] 
[2373] 
[2359] 
[2378] 
[1951] 
2104] 
3626] 
. 2329] 



[1863] 
[1875-76] 
[1879] 
[4114] 
[1678] 
[2273] 
[2009] 
[4957] 
[1957] 
[4615] 
[5645] 
[4132] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



xlvii 



No. in Catalogne. 
Cooper (Capt. Rhodes) The New Zealand Settler's Guide. 12mo. 1857... [5474; 

(T. T.) Course of Brahmaputra, or Tsanpu— P.R.G.S. xiii. 392 ... [1950; 

The Irawadv, and its Sources— P.R.G.S. xiii. 392 [1950 



335 



8vo. 1873... 



1951 
1952 
3355 

"3356 
2270" 
1890' 
2872" 
4381" 
1961 
2543" 
3161" 
1956 

[1957] 

2i3r 

5023 
5121; 

[2155] 
[1959] 
[2027] 



"Westorn China and Eastern Tibet— P.R.G.S. xiv. 

On Yunnan— P.R.G.S. XV. 163 _ ... 

Travels of a Pioneer of Commerce, &c. 8vo. 1871 .. 

Tlie Mishmee Hills : an Attempted Journey to Thibet. 

Coote (C. H.) and Newton (A. V.) Globes— Ency. Brit. x. 680 

(Sir Eyre) Journey from Bus.sora to Aleppo — J.R.G.S. xxx. 198 

("Walter) Wanderings in the Pacific, Au.stralia, &c. 8vo. 1882 ... 

Copland (Samuel) Account of Madagascar. 8vo. 1822 

Coppinger (R. "W.) Visit to Straits of Magellan— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)ii. 552... 

Cruise of the "Alert," 1878-82. 8vo 

Coriat Junior, Journey through the Netherlands, 1766. 2 vols. 12mo. 1767 
Comer (Arthur) Trip into Interior of Formosa — P.R.G.S. xix. 515 

. — - Tour through Formosa— P. R.G.S. XX. 53 

Comey (B.) Middleton's "Voyage to the Maluco Isles — Hakluyt Soc. ... 
Cornish (Henry) Under the Southern Cross [Australia], 8vo. 1880 
Cornwallis (K.) Panorama of the New "World (Victoria). 2 vols. 12mo.. 
Coronado — see " Vasqucz de Coronado." 

Correa (G.) Voyages, &c., of "V^asoo da Gama — Hakltjtt Soc. xlii. 
Corrie (A. T. C.) Visit to Lord Howe Island, 1876— P.R.G.S. xxii. 136 ... 
Corsali (Andreas) Lettera Scritta in Cochin, 1515-17— Ramu.sio, i. 176 ... 
Cortereales, Voyages auNouveau-Monde, 1463-1502, par Harrisse. 8vo. 1883 [2301] 

Voyages to Labrador, &c. — Pakkman's Pioneers [1376] 

Cortes (Hernan) Discoprimento nella Ntiova Spagna — RAMrsio, iii. 251... [2029] 

Relationi Seconda, Terza, e Quarta, 1519-24— Ramusio, iii. 187 ... [2029] 

■ Fifth Letter : Exped. to Honduras, 1524-25— Hakluyt Soc. xl. ... [2152] 

Conquest of Mexico & New Spain, 1518-30— Puechas, iii. 1118 ... [2074] 

Despatches, translated, with Introd. by FoLsom. 8vo. 1843 ... [5960] 

Memoirs of Bernal Diaz ilel Ca.stillo. 2 vols. 8vo [5961] 

Corverte(Capt. R.)Rektio— Dr. Bky, P. V. viii [2053] 

Travels and Account of India, 1608-11— Haei.ey, ii. 239 [2088] 

Coryat (Thomas) Crudities Hastily Gobbled Up. 3 vols. 8vo. 1776 ...[2814] 

Letter from Jerusalem, 1615-16— PURCHAS, i. pt. ii. 592 [2072] 

Coryton (J.) Trade Routes between Burma and China — I.R.G.S. xlv. 229 [1905] 
Cosmas Indicopleustes, Plantes et Animaux des Indes Orient. — Thev. i. 12 [2077] 

Cosson (E. A. de) Ride from Gondar to Galabat — Cassell, vi [2256] 

- — Cradle of the Blue Nile : Visit to Ethiopia. 2 vols. 12mo. 1877... [3965] 
Costa de Macedo, Langtiage of Canary Islanders — J.R.G.S. xi. 171 ... [1871] 

Cotterill (H. B.) The Nyassa and Journey to Zanzibar— P.R.G.S. xxii. 233 [1959] 
Cotton (Sir A.) Commuh. betw. India and China— J.R.G.S. xxxvii. 231... [1897] 

Coulter (Dr. J.) Notes on Upper California— J.R.G.S. v. 59 [1865] 

■ Adventures in the Pacific. 12mo. 1845 ... ... ... ... [2475] 

South America, California, Polynesia. &c. 2 vols. 12mo. 1847 ... [2476] 

Coulthurst (C. H.) Expedition to Old Calabar, &c.— J.R.G.S. ii. 305 ... [1862] 
Courthop (N.) Voyage to the Banda Islands, 1616-20— PuRCHAS, i. 664 ... [2072] 

Courtney (L. H.) Banking— Ency. Brit. iii. 31,5-341 [2263] 

Cowan (Frank) Australia: a Charcoal Sketch, 1886— Pamp [5071] 

(Rev. "W. D.) Excursions in Madaga.scar— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 521 ... [1963] 

Cowley (Capt.) Voyage Round the "World, 1683-86— Dampier, &c., iv. ... [2326] 
Cox (Alfred) Recollections: Australia, England, New Zealand, &c. 8vo. 1884 [5565] 



Men of Mark of New Zealand. 12mo. 1886 

(Ross) Adventures on the Columbia River. 2 vols. 8vo. 1831 

(G.) Across Southern Andes to the Pacific — J.R.G.S. xxxiv. 205 

Coxe (Archd. Wm. ) Russian Discoveries between Asia and America. 
Craik (G. L.) History of British Commerce. 3 vols. 18mo. 1844 
Cranbrook (Lord) : a Sketch — Esoott's Pillars of the Empire 

Crantz' History of Greenland. 2 vols. 8vo. 1767 

Crawford (Earl) Bibliotheoa Lindesiana : De Bry's Collections. 4to. 

(J. Coutts) Travel in N. Zealand and Australia, 1839 80. 8vo. 

(R.) Projected Railway over the Andes — J.R.G.8. xKii. 46 ... 



8vo. 



[5571] 

[5824] 

[1894] 

[3291] 

[13.52] 

... [1553] 

... [2604] 

1884 [634R] 

... [5547] 

... [1903] 



xlviii INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in CatnlogTie. 
Crawfurd (John) History of the Indian Archipelago. 3 vols. 8vo. 1820 [4435] 

(and Raffles) Description Geographique . . . L'Archipel. Indien. 4to. [4436] 

Geography of Borneo— J.R.G.S. X!tiii. 69 [1883] 

Dictionary of the Indian Archipelago, &c. 8vo. 1856 [4450] 

Creagh (E. K.) Journey from Araoy to Hankow, 1879— J.R.G.S. 1. 275 .. [1910] 
Creasy (Sir E.) Imp. and Col. Constitutions of the Empire. 8vo. 1872... [1534] 
Crespigny (Lieut.) Rivers Mukah and Oyah— P.R.G.S. i. 205 ; ii. 342 [1938 39] 

On Northern Borneo— P.R.G.S.xvi. 171 ; xvii. 133 [1953-54] 

Cresswell (Lt.) Sketches during Voyage of the " Investigator." Folio [2679] 

Crocker (W. M.) Sarawak and Northern Borneo— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 193 [1962] 
Croft (J. A.) Explor. of the River Volta, W. Africa— P.R.G.S. xviii. 183... [1955] 

Crofton (H. W.) English Mission to Mandalay — Cassell, i. [2251] 

Crooks (Adam) Characteristics of the Canadians, 1869— P.R.C.I. i. 162 ... [2001] 

Cropper (James) Another Bonus to the Planters, 1833 — Pamp [6036] 

Cross (R.) Journey from Chiraborazo to Bogota— P. R.G.S. ix. 277 [1946] 

(Rev. W.) Mis.sionary to Fiji (Memoir of). 12mo. 1846 [5616] 

Crowther (Bishop) Notes on the Niger— P. R.G.S. xxi. 481 [1958] 

Crozet, Nouveau Voyage a la Mer du Sud. 12mo. 1783 [2350] 

Crudgington (II. E.) Journey to Stanley Pool— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 553 ... [1962] 
Cruickshank (Brodie) Eighteen Years on the Gold Coast. 2 vols. 12mo. 1853 [4044] 
Cruise (R. A. ) Ten Months' Residence in New Zealand. 8vo. 1824 ...[5405] 
Crummell (Rev. Alex.) The Future of Africa : Addies.ses in Liberia. 12mo. [4052] 
Cruttenden (C. J.) Journey from Mokha to Sun'i, 1836— J.R.G.S. viii. 267 [1868] 

Tribes of the Somali Coast, &c.— J.R.G.S. xviii. 136 ; xix. 49 [1878-79] 

Cruz (G. da) China and Adjoining Regions, 1556 — Purchas, iii. 166 ... [2074] 
Crystal (Prof. G.) Electricity ; Electrometer— EscY. Brit. viii. 3, 117 ... [2268] 

Ciibero (Pedro) Travels Round the World— Murray, Asia, i. 334 [1344] 

Cullen (Dr.) Tule Indians on Darien Coast— J.R.G.S. xxi. 241 ... ... [1881] 

Cumberland (Earl) Voyages to W. Indies, 1586-1600- PnRCHAS, iv. ... [2075] 

Relation of the Porto Rico Voyage — Purchas, iv. 1155 [2075] 

Gumming (J. G.) The Isle of Man. 12mo. 1848 [2977] 

Cummings' Cniise of the "Tuscarora," N. Pacific, 1872-74. 8vo. ... [2517] 

Cuningham (Wm.) The Cosmographic.al Glasse. Folio. 1559 [1282] 

Cunningham (Allan) Botany of New South Wales — Field's Memoirs ... [4710] 

Vegetation of W. Coast Terra Australis — Kino, ii [4711] 

Progress of Discovery in N. S. Wales— J.R.G.S. ii. 99 [1862] 

-(Gen. A.) Ancient Geography of India; Buddhist Period. 8vo. 1870 [3508] 

(James) Obs. on the Island of Chusaii, 1701 — Haeuis, ii. 852 ... [2095] 

(Joseph D.) A History of the Sikhs. 8vo. 1849 [3540] 

(Peter) Two Years in New South Wales. 2 vols. 12mo. 1827 ... [4852] 

(R. 0. ) The Strait of Magellan and Patagonia. 12mo. 1871 ...[6224] 

(W.)TheGrowthof English Industry and Commerce. 12mo. 1882 [1579] 

Cunyngham (Sir A. T.) Travels in the E. Caucasus, &c. 8vo. 1872 ...[3278] 

Curley (Edwin A.) Nebraska. 8vo. 187-5 [5928] 

Curr (E. ) Account of the Colony of Van Diemen's Land. 12mo. 1824 .. [5314] 

(Edward M.)RecollectionsofS(iuattinginVictoria,1841-51. 8vo. 1883 [5099] 

Currie (Capt.) Journey to South of Lake George, N. S. W. ... ... ... [4710] 

(Sir Donald) Thoughts on S. Africa— P.R.C.I. viii. 380— Pamp. ... [4298] 

Curtis (Rev. C.G.) Account of the Cape of Good Hope. 8vo. 1819 ...[4219] 

Constantinople, and its History — Ency. Bhit. vi. 302 [2266] 

Curzon (Cardinal R. ) Voyage to Damietta, 1218 — 1I.\kluyt, ii. 31 ... [2062] 

(Hon. Robert, Lord Zouche) Monasteries of the Levant. 8vo. 1849... [3218] 

Armenia: a Year at Erzeroom, &.c. 12mo. 1854 ... ... ... [3729] 

Oust (A.) Fortnight among the Dolomites — Cassell, vi [2256] 

Rambles in Rome — Cassell, vi [2256] 

(R.N.) Modern Languages of the East Indies. 8vo. 1878 [3573] 

Language as Illustrated by Bible Translation. Svo. 1886 [6287] 

Daintree (Richard) Queensland ; its Territory, Climate, &c. Svo. 1872... [5248] 
D'Albertis (L. M.) New Guinea (English Translation). 2 vols. Svo. ...[4519] 

Fly River, New Guinea— P.R.G.S. xx. 343 ; P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 4 [1957, 60] 

New Guinea; its Fitness for Colonization— P.R. C.I. X. 43 [2010] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



xlix 



No. in Catalogue, 
Dalboquerque — see "Albuquerque (Alfonse)." 
Dale (Eusign Richard) Excursions to Helena Eiver, W. Australia, 1829 ... [4715 

Expeilitions E. of Darling Ranges, W. A., 1830-31 [4715 

Expeditions to N. of King George's Sound, W. A [4715 

Panorama of King George's Sound. 1834 ... ... ... ... [5285 

(Sir T.) Letter from Virginia, 1614— PniiCHAS, iv. 1768 [2075 

Dall (W. H.) Travels in Alaska. Royal 8 vo. 1870 [5921 

D'Almeida (W. B.) Perak and Sakngore Malays— J. R.G.S. xlvi. 357 ... [1906 
Dalrymple (Alex.) Collection of Dutch and Spanish Voyages. 4to. ... [2096 

Proposal to Convey Animals, Corn, Iron, &c., to N. Zealand, 1771 ... [5401 

Letter to Dr. Hawkesworth [on Cook's Voyage]. 4to. 1773 [2363 

On Intended Thief Colony at Botany Bay. 8vo. 1786 (MS.) ...[4820 

(G. E.) Settlement, Rockingham Bay, N. Aust.— P.R.G.S. x. 33 ... [1947 



Syrian Great Eastern Railway to India, 1878 — Pamp... 

(Sir J.) Plan of Internal Defence, 1794— Pamp 

Dalton (Rev. .1. N. ) PP. Albert Victor and George, Cruise of " Bacchante." 
Daly (D. D.) E.vplorations in Malaya, 18/5-82— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 393 ... 
Dalyell (R. A. 0.) Earthquake of Erzerum, 1859— J.R.G.S. xxxiii. 234 ... 
Damberger (C. F.) Travels, C. of G. Hope to Morocco (Fictitious). 8vo... 
Dampier (Capt.) Voyages Round the World, &c., 1687-1705. 4 vols. 8vo. 

Observations on Coast of N. Holland, 1687-88— Hakluyt Soc. xxv. 

Dana (James D.) Corals and Coral Islands. 8vo. 1872 ... 

• (R. H.) Two Years Before the Mast, and 24 Years After. 12mo. ... 

Dandini (Father Jerom) Voyage to Lebanon, &c., 1596 — Hauley, i. 831.. 
Daniell's Scenery and Animals of Southern Africa. Folio. 1831 

(Wm. F.) Western Africa; Medical Topography of Guinea. 8vo. ... 

Danson(J. T.)The Wealth of Households : Text-Book on Economics. 12mo 
D'Anvers (Miss Meugeus) Heroes of S. African Discoveiy. 12mo. 
Dapper, Description des isles de I'Archipel. Folio. 1703 
D'Arvieux's Travels in Arabia the Desart. 12mo. 
Darwin (C. R.) Rock Seen on an Iceberg, 61° S. lat.- 

Observations during Voyage in the " Beagle." 

The Structure and Distribution of Coral Reels. 

Geological Observations on Volcanic Islands, &e, 

Works on Animals and Piants^see p. 29) 

(Francis) Breeds and Breeding — Ency. Bkit. iv. 244 ... 

Das Pal (Hon. Kristo) : a Sketch — Pillars of the Empire ... 
Daulphinois (N. ) Peregrinations, &c., into Turkey — Haeley, i. 653 

Davenport (S. ) Engraving — British Ikdusteies 

David,son(G. F.) Trade and Travel in Java, Australia, &c., 1836-39. 12mo, 



[3626] 
[1636] 
[2551] 
[1963] 
[1893] 
[4213] 
[2326] 
[2137] 
[1669] 
[2468] 
[2087] 
[4166] 
[4040] 
[1598] 
1878 [4192] 
[3208] 

1718 [3838] 

-J.R.G.S. ix. 528 ... [18691 
8vo. 1839 [1645 and 2459] 

8vo. 1842 [1645] 

8vo [1645] 

[1645] 
[2264] 
[1653] 
[2087] 
[1573] 
[4445] 



(John) At Wednoon, near Sahara, &c.—J.R.G.S.vi. 429 [1866] 

■ResidenceinMorooco— J.R.G.S. vii. 144 [1867] 

(Thomas) Braehiopoda— Ency. Brit. iv. 188 [2264] 

Davies (G. P.) Berlin, its Buildings, Population, &c.— Ekcy. Brit. iii. 593 [2263] 

(JohnM.) Los Angeles; Resources, Climate, &c. Stepney,1884 — Pamp. [5951] 

(W.) Discovery of the River Amazons — Puhchas, iv. 1287 [2075] 

(William) The Pilgrimage of the Tiber. 8vo. 1875 [3144] 

D'Avillier (Baron) Spain. Illustrated by Gustave Dore. 4to. 1876 ... [3044] 
Davis (Capt.) Exped. to Gold Mines, S. Amer. 1702— Dampiek, &c. iii. 462 [2326] 

• (Edw.) New Spain, Peru, &c. 1684-88— Burkey, iv. 150 [2104] 

— — (John) Voyages and Works — Hakluyt Soc. lix [2172] 

Worlde's Hydrographicall Description, 1595 — Hakluyt Supp. 51 .. [2070] 

Ruter for the East Indies — Purchas, i. pt. ii. 444 [2072] 

(John) Tracks of McKinlay & Party across Australia. 8vo. 1863... [4752] 

(J. E.) Antarctic Discovery and Transit of Venus — J.R.G.S. xxxix. 91 [1899] 

North Polar Discovery — Cas.sell, i [2251] 

" Challenger " Expedition — Cassell, v. and vi [2255-56] 

Journal of the " Fox's " Telegraphic Voyage — Cassell, vi [2256] 

Boat Cruise in Greenland — Cassell, vi. [2256] 

Labour and Labour Laws — Ekcy. Brit. xiv. 165 [2274] 

Police ; Poor Laws, &o.— Ency. Brit. xix. 332, 462 [2279] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



iJo. in Catalogue. 

Davis (Sir John Francis) The Chinese. 2 vols. 12mo. 1836 [3373] 

Chusan, with map— J.R.Q.S. xxiii. 242 [1883] 

• Canton, Hong Kong, and E. Coast, China— P.R.G.S. i. 330 [1938] 

(John Moore) Notes on Aborigines of Australia— Smyth [4804] 

(N. Darnell) Chiefs, and their Wars, in West Africa, 1876— Pamp... [4077] 

— (Rev. Richard) Missionary in N. Z. (Memoir of). 12mo. 1865 ...[5495] 

(W.) Eight Years' Captivity in the Gallies— Hakley, i. 475 ... [2087] 

Davison (Simpson) Gold Deposits in Australia. 8vo. 1861 [4745] 

Davy (Sir Humphry) Salmonia ; or, Days of Fly -Fishing. 12mOi ... [2841] 

Consolations in Travel. 12mo. ... ... ... ... ... ... [2842] 

(John) Voyage to the East Indies, 1611-15— Puechas, i. 440 ... [2072] 

Dawkins (W. Boyd) Cave Dwellings— Enct. Brit. v. 265 [2265] 

Dawson (Sir W.) Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, 1871— P.R. C.I. ii. 113 [2002] 

(.Tames) Australian Aborigines. 4to. 1881 ... ... ... ... [4807] 

(Robert) Present State of Australia. 8vo. 1831 [4858] 

Day (Francis) The Fishes of India. 2 vols. 4to. 1876-78 [1680] 

(S. P.) Down South at the Seat of War. 2 vols. 12rao. 1862 ...[5918] 

Dease (P.) Arctic Discoveries, 1837-39— J.R.G.S. viii. 2l3;ix. 325; x. 268 [1868-70] 
De Brosses, Navigations aitx Terres Australes. 2 vols. 4to. 1756 [2089] 
Dk Bry (T. and J. T.) Collections of Voyages (Latin), 1590-1634 [2030-53] 

Dechaux, Relation des Chretiens de S. Jean — Thevenot, ii. 55 [2078] 

Decken (Baron) Snowy Mountains W. Equatorial Africa — P.R.G.S. viii. 5 [1945] 

Death of, on the Juba River— P.R. G.S. x. 109 [1947] 

Deecke (Dr. W.) and A. S. Murray, Etruria— Ency. Brit. viii. 633 ... [2268] 

Defoe, Tour thron^h Great Britain. By a Gentleman. 3 vols. 8vo. 1724-27 [2945] 

. Plan of the English Commerce. 8vo. 1730 [1426] 

De Grey and Ripon (Earl) Presidental Address— J.R.G.S. xxx. c [1890] 

Delamere, Views in Buenos Ayres : Fourteen Photographs. Obi. 4to. 1880 [6164] 

Delano (Amasa) Three Voyages Round the World. 8vo. 1817 [2431] 

Delaporte (Lt.) Exjied. in Cambodia and Indo-China, 1866 — Cassell, v... [2255] 
Delaware (Ld.) Relation respecting Virginia, 1611— Puechas, iv. 1762 ... [2075] 

De Lissa (Alfred) Proposed New Bankruptcy Law, 1881 — Pamp [1606] 

Del Mar (Alex.) History of Money in Various Countries. 8vo. 1885 ... [1593] 

The Science of Money. 8vo. 1885 [1593] 

De Morga (A.) Philippine Islands Moluccas, &c., 1609— Hakluyt Soc... [2151] 

Dempsey (J. M. ) and Hughes, Our Ocean Highways. 8vo. [1295] 

Dempster Brothers' Journey, Western Australia — P.R.G.S. vi. 11 ... [1943] 

Denham (Major Dixon) Travels in Africa. 4to. 1826 [4025] 

Denison (S. C.) Is the Ballot a Mistake? 1838— Pamp [1636] 

(Sir Wm.) Varieties of Vice-Regal Life (1847-66). 2 vols. 8vo. .. [2860] 

On Colonization— P.R. C.L ii. 124 [2002] 

— Two Lectui-es on Colonization, 1870— Pamp [1636] 

Dcnnys(N.B.) The Folklore of China. 4to. 1876 [3392] 

Denson (John) A Peasant's Voice to Landowners. 1830 [1452] 

D'Entreoasteaux (Adm. Bruni) Voyage in Search of La Perouse ... [24C8-10] 
De Puydt (L.) Exploration of Darieu, 1861, 1865— J.R.G.S. xxxviiL 69 ... [1898] 

De Ricci (J. H.) How about Fiji? 1874— Pamp [5645] 

Fiji, Our New Province in the S. Seas. 8vo. 1875 [5628] 

Dermer (Thomas) Voyage to the South Sea, 1620— Puechas, iv. 1775 ... [2075] 
D'Escamps (Henri) Histoire et Geographic de Madagascar. 8vo. 1884... [4396] 

Desideri (F.) Journey to Tibet, 1714— Lbttees Edifiantes [2098] 

Desliens (Nicolas) Mappemonde, 1566 [1195] 

De Soto's Discovery and Conquest of Florida, 1611 — Hakluyt Soc. ... [2121] 
De Vea (A.) Voyage to the Strait of Magellan, 1676— Burney, iv. 76 ... [2104] 

DeVerteuil(L. A. A.) Trinidad. 8vo. 1858 [6004] 

Des Vceux (Sir Wm.) Correspondence, Mission Lands in Fiji, 1878 — Pamp. [5645] 
De Winton (Sir Francis) The Congo Free State— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 609 [1967] 

De Witt (John) The Interest of Holland. 12mo. 1702 [1422] 

Diaz (Bartholomew) Discovery of the Cape of Good Hope, 1487 [2099] 

— — Stanier CiJ^RKE [1340] ; Major [1362] ; Bettencourt [1379] 

(Bemal Diaz del Castillo) Memoiis of. 2 vols. 8vo. 1844 [5961] 

Facsimile of Letters by — Cartas de Indias [1373] 



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INDEX OF AUTHORS 



li 



No. in Catalogue. 



Dibble (Sheldon) History of the Sandwich Islands. 12mo. 1843 

Dibdiu (Rev. T. F.) The Library Companion. 8vo. 1825 

Dicken (C. S.) The Mineral Wealtli of Queensland— P.R.C.I. xy. 144 
Dickinson (Lieut.) Ancient Intercourse with India — J.R.G.S. vi. 113 
Dickson (C. H.) Journey from Tripoli toGhadamas — J.R.6.S. xxii. 131 

Account of Ghadamas Tripoli — J.R.G.S. xxx. 255 

(J. V.) Ceylon— Enuy. Brit. V. 359 

Dieffenbach (Ernest) Travels in New Zealand. 2 vols. Svo. 1843 

■ Account of Chatham Is.— J.R.G.8. xL 195 ; xii, 142 

Diegles (Silvester) Synopsis of the Birds of Australia. 4to. 1877 
Dilke (Ashton) Valley of the Hi, Kuldja— P.R.G.S. xviii. 246 
(Mrs. Ashton) and Woodfall (Wm.) Women's Suffrage. 



... [4653] 
... [6324] 
... [2015] 
.. [1866] 
.. [1882] 
... [1890] 
... [2265] 
... [5427] 
[1871-72] 
.. [1685] 
.. [1955] 



12mo. 1885 [1590] 

(Sir C.) Greater Britain: Travel in 1866.67. 2 vols. 8vo [2856] 

Dillon's (Chev.) Discovery of the Fate of La Perouse. 2 vols. Svo. 1829 [2439] 

Dingman (Bcnj. S.) Ten Years in Peru and Bolivia— Pamp. [6206] 

Disney (Rev. H. P.) Labrador Mission, 1850 — Church in the Colonies ... [6257] 

Dixie (Lady Florence) Defence of the Zulu King, 1882— Pamp [4349] 

Dixon (Capt. G.) Voyage to N.W. Coast of America, 1785-88. 4to. ... [2391] 

(Capt. J.) Voyage to N.S.Wales and V.D. Land. 12mo. 1822 ... [4845] 

■ Map of New South Wales. 1837 [4871] 

- — • (John) Condition and Capabilities of V. D. Land, 1889— Pamp. ... [5375] 

Dobbs (Arthur) Account of Hudson's Bay. 4to. 1744 [2601] 

Dobson (Sir W. L.) Tasmania as It Is, 1888— P.R. C.I. xvii. 252 [2017] 

Dodsworth (E.) Voyage to the E. Indies, 1613-15— Purchas, i. pt. ii. 516 [2072] 
Dolben (Comm.) Expedition up the River Volta— P.R.G.S. vi. 49 ... [1943] 

Domett (Hon. Alf.)Ranolf & Amohia: a South Sea Day Dream. 12mo. 1872 [4597] 

Donisthorpe (W.) The Claims of Labour, 1880— Pamp [1636] 

Donne (M. A.) The Samiwich Islands and their People. 12mo. 1866 ...[4662] 
Donnelly (Ignatius) Atlantis, the Antediluvian World. 12mo. 1882 ... [1130] 

Kagnarock, the Age of File and Gravel. 12mo. 1882 [1131] 

Doolittle (Rev. Justus) Social Life of the Chinese. 2 vols. 12mo. 1867 [3386] 
D'Orleans (P. J., S. J.) Tartar Conquerors of China— HaklCyt Soc. xvii. [2129] 
Dorville (P.) Journey from Pekin to Agra, 1661 — Thevenot, ii. 40 ... [2078] 

Doughty (C. M.) N.W. Arabia and Nejd— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 382 ... [1965] 

Travels in Northern Arabia, 1876-77. Vol.1. 8vo [3851] 

Douglas (Gov. J.) East Coast of Vancouver Island — J.R.G.S. xxiv. 245 ... [1884] 

(Mr.) Letter from Oahu to Capt. Sabine— J.R.G.S. iv. 333 [1874] 

(Rev. C.) On the Identity of Zayton— J.R.G.S. xliv. 112 [1904] 

(Keith) Considerations on State of the W. I. Colonics, 1830— Pamp. [6036] 

(R. K.) China ; Geography, History, &c., 1876— Ency. Brit. v. 626 [2265] 

The City of Canton ; its Trade, &o.— Ency. Brit. v. 37 [2265] 

Mongols ; Manchuria ; Nanking ; Peking ; Shanghai — Ency. Brit. [2275-81] 

Douglass (Arthur) Ostrich Farming in South Africa. 12mo. 1881 ...[4273] 

Doiitre (Joseph, Q.C.) The Constitution of Canada. 8vo. 1880 [5741] 

Dow (John L.) The Australian in Amtrica, 1884 — Pamp [5951] 

• ■ Agriculture in Victoria, 1886 [6154] 

Dower (J.) New General Atlas. 4to. 1852 [1225] 

Dowliug (Edw.) Australasian Statistics: Official Hist. N. S. W. 1883 ... [5043] 
Dowuie (W.) Jarvis Inlet and Desolation Sound— J.R.G.S. xxxi. 249 ... [1891] 
Downto^ (Capt. N.) Voyage to Red Sea, &c., 1611-12— PuRCH. i. pt. iL 274 [2072] 

Voyage to the East Indies, 1613-15— Purchas, i. pt. ii. 500 ... [2072] 

Dowson (Prof John) Indian Inscriptions — Ency. Brit. xiii. 118 [2273] 

Doyle (J. A.) American Colimies Previous to Independence. Svo. 1869... [5892] 
Drake (C. F. Tyrwhitt) and Burton, Unexplored Syria. 2 vols. Svo. 1872 [3785] 

(Sir Francis) Voyages to W. Indies, 1567— HAVi^KiNa' Voyages ... [2170] 

Voyages to Nombre de Dios, &c., about 1572— Hakl0yt, iii. 525 ... [2064] 

Voyage to S. Sea and About the Globe, 1577-80— Hakluyt, iii. 730 [2064] 

Descr. Itinerum F'raneisci Draken — De Bby, G. V. viii [2037] 

Circumnavigation of the Earth, 1577-80 — Purchas, i. pt. ii. 46 ... [2072] 

The World Encompassed— Harley, ii. 433 [2088] 

Voyage Round the World— Harris, i. 14 [2094] ; Burney, i. 805 ... [2101] 

The World Encompassed, with Introd. by Vaux— -Haklust Soc. xvi. [2128] 

e 2 



lii INDEX OF AUTHORS. 

No. m Catalogue. 
Drake (Sir Francis) Expedition to the West Indies, 1585-86— Hakl. iii. 534 [2064] 

Voyage to Cadiz, and Exploits Perfonned, 1587— Haki. ii. pt. ii. 121 [2063] 

Last Voyage to AV. Indies, and Death— Haklutt, iii. 583 [2064] 

Voyage, '1595, Attack on Porto Rico, and Death— Hakluyt Soc. iv... [2116] 

A Historie of his Voyages, 1567-95— PuiicHAS, iv. 1179 [2075] 

Life, Voyage.i, and Exploits by John IBarrow. 8vo [2316-17] 

(Geo.) Voyage to the Isle of Kaniea, 1593— Hakluyt, iii. 193 ... [2004] 

(John) Voyage up the River Plate, 1582— Hakluyt, iii. 726 [2064] 

(Samuel G.) The North American Indians. 8vo. 1837 [5902] 

Dresser (Christopher) Cai-pets — BwT. Industries [1573] 

Drummond (A. T.) Distribution of Canadian Forest Trees, 1885— Pamp... [5770] 
Dmry (Robert) Madagascar : Fifteen Years' Captivity on that Island. 8vo. [4379] 

Du Cane (Sir Charles) Tasmania Past and Present, 1877— PamP [5375] 

Du Chaillu (Paul B.) Adventures in Equatorial Africa. 8vo. 1861 ...[4094] 

Western Equatorial Africa— P. R. G. S. v. 108 [1942] 

Second Journey into W. Africa— P. R.G.S. x. 71 [1947] 

Journey to Ashango L.and. 8vo. 1867 [409.5] 

Tlie Land of the Midnight Sun ; Sweden, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. 1881... [2908] 

Ducket (Jeffrey) Travels to Persia— Hakluyt, i. [2061] ; Hakluyt Soo... [2184] 

Ducloz (Guyot) Voyage to Chili and Peru, 1753— Bubney, v. 136 [2105] 

Duddeley (Sir R.) Voyage to Trinidad, &e., 1594-5— Harluyt, iii. 574 ... [2064] 

Duff (Robert) British Guiana. 12mo. 1866 [6094] 

Dufferiu (Earl of) Letters from Higli Latitudes, &c., in 1856. 8vo. ... [2921] 

Canada for the Emigrant: Speeches by Lord Dufferin, &c. 1874— Pamp. [5770] 

Speech on the Dominion [Canada], 1874— P.R.C.I. v. 252 [2005] 

His Administration in Canada, by Wm. Leggo. 8vo. 1878 ... [5735] 

Canada Under the Administration of, bv G. Stewart. 8vo. 1878... [5736] 

A Sketch of, by St. Legei Herbert— Pillars of the Empire ... ■ ...[1553] 

Speeches in Canada, &c. 8vo. 1882 [1577] 

DufEeld (A. J.) Needless Misery at Home. 12mo. 1880 [5742] 

Dugmore (Rev. H.H.) Kafir Laws and Customs. 8vo. 1858 [4246] 

Dumont D'Urville, Voyage of the "Astrolabe," 5 vis. 8vo. Atlases, 2 vis. [2444] 

Voyage Pittoresque Autour du Monde. 2 vols. Imp. 8vo. 1834-35 [2450] 

Dumont (G. M. B.) Histoire des Colonies Angloises. 2 vols. 12mo. 1755 [5884] 

Duncan (David) Voyage to Davis Strait, 1826-27. 8vo. 1827 [2634] 

Types of Lowest Races, Australians, &c. Folio. 1874 [4604] 

(John) Journey from Annamboe, Dec. 1844— J.R.G.S. xv. 346 ... [1875] 

Cape Coast to Whydah—J.R.G.S. xvi. 143 [1876] 

Journey from Whydah to Adofoodiah—J.R.G.S. xvi. 154 [1876] 

(P. Martin) Old South American Geographies — Cassell, iii ' [2253] 

Speculations Concerning former Geographies — Cassell, iii [2253] 

The Musk-Ox and the Wolverine— Cassell, iii. [2253] 

Formation of the Main Land— P.R.G.S. xx. 68 [1957] 

On Mainland Masses— P.R.G.S. xxii. 68 [19.59] 

(R. G.) On Immigration in B. Guiana— Russell P. Essay [6099] 

Duncker (Max) History of Antiquity, by Evelyn Abbott. 6 vols. 8vo... [1128] 
Dunn (J. P.) Massacres of the Mountains ; Indian Wars. 8vo. 1886 ... [5940] 

Dunning (John) Tobacco— Brit. Industries [1573] 

Dunton (J.) Journal of the Sallee Fleet, 1636-37— Harley, ii. 491 ... [2088] 

Duquesne(M.) Voyage to the East Indies, 1690-91. 12mo T, [3514] 

Durham (Eari) Speeches in Scotland and Newcastle, 1834. 1835— Pamp... [1636] 

Report and Despatches, British North America. 8vo. 1839 ...[5709] 

Facts i!ersKS Lord Durham : Prince Edward Island, 1839— Pamp. ... [5795] 

Dumford (Lieut. -Col. Edw.) History of the Zulu War. 8vo. 1880 ...[4330] 

(H.) Explorations in Central Patagonia— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 84 ... [1964] 

Button (Francis) South Australia and its Mines. 8vo. 1846 [5188] 

Duval (Jules) Histoire de I'Emigration . . . au XIX« Siecle. 8vo. 1862 [1513] 
Dyer (T. H.) Ruins of Pompeii ; with Photographic Views. 4to. 1866 [3139] 

— (W. Thistleton) Plant Distribution, &c.— P.R.G.S. xx. 412 [1957] 

Botanical Enterprise of the Empire— P.R.C.I. xi. 271 [2011] 

Distribution of Plants— Ency. Brit. vii. 286 [22671 

and Baker (J. G.) Ferns- Enoy. Beit, ix.- 100 [2269] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



liii 



8vo. 1787 



462 



No. in Catalogue. 

Eagle (Philip A.) Ride Across the Frontier of Victoria, 1870— Cassell, ii. [2252] 

Earl (G. Windsor) Voyages in the Eastern Seas, 1832-34. 8vo [4439] 

Voyages through the Moluccan Archipelago, 1825-26 8vo [2463] 

— Visit to Kisser, one of the Serawatti Group—J.R.G.S. xi. 108 ... [1871] 

— — North Australia and Neighbonriug Seas — J.R.G.S. xii. 13 [1872] 

Physical Structure of Islands Indian Archipelago— J. R.G.S. xv. 358 [1875] 

Aboriginal Tribes North Australia— J.R.G.S. xvi. 239 [1876] 

Enterprise in Tropical Australia. 8vo. 1846 [.5235] 

Papuan Races of the Indian Archipelago. 8vo. 1853 ... ... [4511] 

— Hand- Book for Colonists in Tropical Australia. 8to. 1863 ...[5237] 

Earle (Augustus) Residence in New Zealand in 1827. 8vo. [5407] 

Earp (G. Butler) The Gold Colonies of Australia. 12mo. 1852 [4930] 

Eastlake (Lady) Letters from the Shores of the Baltic. 12nio. 1846 ...[3253] 

Livonian Tales. 12mo. 1861 [32591 

Eaton(F.A.)OnHauran— P.R.G.S. viii. 29 [1945] 

Eddy(C.W.)DistributionofCoalThroughouttheEmpire— P.R.C.I. iii. 167 [2003j 

Interests of the U. K. and the Colonies— P. R.C.I, vi. 3 [2006] 

Eden (Sir Ashley) : a Sketch, by J. Macdonald — Pillars of the Empire ... [1553] 

(Chas. H. ) An Australian Search Party — Cassell, v. and vi. [2255-56] 

My Wife and I in Queensland. 12mo. 1872 [.'i249] 

Australia's Heroes : Sketches of the Explorers. 12mo. 1876 ... [4766] 

The Fifth Continent (Australia) and Adjacent Islands. 12mo. 1876 [4767] 

The West Indies. 12mo. 1881 [6019] 

(Hon. EmUy) Portraits of the People and Princes of India. Folio... [3538] 

(Richard) Of the N.E. Frostie Seas, 1655 — Herbee.stein's Jtussia... [2122] 

Of the Newe Lands, Newe India, &c. — Arber [1320] 

(Lord Auckland) On Banishment to New Holland. 

Edgar (King) Voy.ige round England, 973 — Hakluyt, i. i 

Voyage to Jerusalem, 1102 — Hakluyt, ii. 11... 

Edge (T.) Northern Discoveries, 1553-1622 — Purchas, iii, 

Edmburgh (Duke of) Cruise of the "Galatea," 1867-68 

Edmund and Edward (Princes) Travels to Hungar)', 1017- 

Edrisi, Description of Central Africa (12th cent.) — Murray, Africa, ii. 519 [1344] 

Analyse de — ^Lelewel, iii. [1172]; Murray, Africa, ii. 519 ... [1344] 

Edward (Prince) Voyage into Syi-ia, 1270— Hakluyt, ii. 36 [2062] 

Edwardes (Sir Herbert B.) A Year on the Punjab Frontier. 2 vols. 8vo. [3542] 

Edwards (Arthur) Voyage into Pereia, 1568— Hakluyt, i. 389 ... ... [2061] 

(Bryan) History of the West Indies. 2 vols. 4to. 1794 [5990] 

Another Edition. 6 vols. 8vo. Atlas, 4to. 1819 [5991] 

■ (Edward) Post Office, Savings Banks, Telegraphs — Enoy. Brit. xix. [2279] 

(Sutherland) Russians at Home and Abroad. 2 vols. 12mo. 1879 [3268] 

(W. H.) Voyage up the River Amazon and Visit to Para. 12mo. 1847 [6118] 

Edwin (King) Conquest of Anglesey and Man, 624 — Hakluyt, i. 3 ... [2061] 

Egui (Bernard de) Islands discovered in the S. Seas, 1712 — Burney, v. 16 [2205] 

Eichthal (Gust.) Origines Buddhiqnes Civilisation Amerique [1319] 

Eisenberg (Peter) Notes on England, 1614 [2937] 

Eldershaw(F. E.) Australia as It Is. 1854— Pamp [5071] 

Eldred (John) Journey to Syria, Babylon, &c. 1583— Hakluyt, ii. 268 ... [2062] 

• -Letters from Bagdad and Bassorah, 1583 — Purchas, ii 1644 ... [2073] 

Elgin (Earl) Mission to China and Japan. 2 vols. 8vo. 1860 [3384] 

• Letters and Journals. 8vo. 1872 [2861] 

Elias (Ney) New Course of Yellow River, 1868— J.R.6.S. xl. 1 [1900] 

Joui-ney thro' W. Mongolia— J. R. G. S. xliii. 108 [1903] ; Cassell, v. [2255] 

■ • Valley of the Shueli, W. Yunnan— J.R.G.S. xlvi. 198 [1906] 

Elkingtou (T.) Voyage to the E. Indies, 1613-15— Purchas, i. pt. iL 514 [2072] 

EUes (Major W. K.) Dahomey. 1877— Ency. Brit. vi. 764 [2266] 

Ellesmere (Earl) Presidential Addresses, 1854-55— J.R.G.S. xxiv. xsv. [1884-85] 

Elliot (Adm. Sir C.) Proposed Orinoco Expedition— P. R.G.S. i. 251 ... [1938] 

(Robert H.) Indian Famines and their Causes— P. R.C.I, ix. 2 ... [2009] 

(T. J.) The Land Question : Experience of Wilton House FaiTti. 8vo. [1586] 

Elliott (Capt. J. G.) Kwilu-Niadi Valley— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 656 ... [1965] 
(Comm. Robert) Views in India, China, and Red Sea. 4to. 1835... [3531] 



[4821] 
[2061] 
[2062] 
[2074] 
[2507] 
Hakluyt, i. 9 [2061] 



liv INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Elliott (Sir Walter) Account of the Remains at Saluvan Kuppam. 1844... [3551] 

(Wm.) Horticulture — British Industrie.s [5164] 

Ellis (Capt. Henry) Voyage to Hudson's Bay, 1746-47. 8vo [2602] 

(Henry) Lord Amherst's Embassy to China. 4to. 1817 [3371] 

• (John) Note concerning Peru. 1593 — Pukchas, iv. 1416 [2075] 

■ Voyage through Magellan's Strait, 1593— Purchas, iv. 1415 ... [2075] 

(W.)Narrativeof Cook's Third Voyage, 1776-80. 2 voLs. 8vo. ...[2371] 

(Rev. Wm. ) Tour through Hawaii, Sandwich Islands. 8vo. 1824... [4650] 

Polynesian Researches. 2 vols. 8vo. 1829 [4545] 

Vindication of South Sea Missions. 8vo. 1831 [6248] 

Evidence on Aborigines, House of Commons, 1837 ... ... ... [6251] 

■ History of Madagascar. 2 vols. 8vo. 1838 ...[4382] 

History of the London Missionary Society. 8vo. 1844 ... ' ... [6254] 

Three Visits to Madagascar, 1853, 1854, and 1856. 8vo [4385] 

American Mission to the Sandwich Islands. 8vo. 1866 ... ... [4661] 

Ankova and the Royal Cities, Madagascar — P.R,G.S. x. 55 [1947] 

Madagascar Revisited. 8vo. 1867 [4389] 

The Martyr Church of Madagascar. 12mo. 1870 [4390] 

Life of William Ellis ; by his Son, John Eimeo Ellis. 8vo. 1873... [6282] 

. (Mrs.) The Island Queen, and the French at Tahiti. 12mo. 1846... [4567] 

■ Madagascar: its Social and Religious Progress. 12mo. 1863 ... [4386] 

EUiston (W. Gore) Hobart Town Almanac, 1837-38. 12mo [5318] 

Elphinstone (Lord) Mission to Cabul, 1808— Murray, Asia, ii. 488 ... [1344] 

Account of the Kingdom of Caubul. 4to. 1815 [3671] 

Elton (C. I.) Primogeniture— Ency. Bbit. xix. 733 [2279] 

(John) Journey to Persia, 1743 — Murray, Asia, i. 348 [1344] 

— -(Capt. J. F.) Exploration of Limpopo— J. R.G.S. xlii. 1 [1902] 

East African Coast, South of Zanzibar— J. R.G.S. xliv. 227 [1904] 

Country between Dar Es Salaam and Kilwa — P.R.G.S. xix. 110 ... [190.5] 

Travels in Eastern and Central Africa. 8vo. 1879 ... ... ... [4138] 

Emery (Lieut.) Mombas and Neighbouring Coast— J. R.G.S. iii. 280 ... [1863] 
Empoli (Giovanni da) Viaggio fatto nell' India, 1503— Ramusio, i. 145 ... [2027] 
Encyclop.4:dia Britannica, Ninth edition. Vols. i. to xx. ... [2261-80] 

Enderby (Charles) Sabrina Land— P.R.G.S. ii. 171 [1939] 

Englemann (P. F.) Embassy to Persia, 1785 — Murray, Asia, iii. 400 ... [1344] 
English (Geo. B.)Ismael Pa.sha'sExped. to Dongola and Sennaar. 8vo. 1822 [3925] 

Erigen (John) Voyage to Athens, in 885 — Hakluyt ii. 5 [2062] 

Erman (Prof. A.) Note on Map of Kamtschatka— J.R.G.S. ix. 508 ... [1869] 

Erskine (Comm. J. E.) Journey over Darling Ranges, Sept. 1830 [4715] 

Proceedings at the South Sea Islands— J.R.G.S. xxi. 222 [1881] 

■ Cruise among the Western Pacific Islands. 8vo. 1853 [2489] 

(St. V.) Exploration to Mouth of Limpopo— J.R.G.S. xxxix. 233. ... [1899] 

Umzila's Journey to S. E. Africa, 1871-72— J.R.G.S. xlv. 45. ... [1905] 

Two Journeys in Gaza Land, Mozambique — J.R.G.S. xlviii. 25 ... [1908] 

Escobar (P. F. A. de) Province of Vera Paz, Guatemala— J. R. G. S. xi. 89... [1841] 
Escott (T. H. S.) Pillars of the Empire : Sketches of Statesmen. 1879 ... [1553] 
Espejo (Ant. de) Voyage to New Mexico, 1582— Hakluyt, iii. 388-90 ... [2064] 
Esquemeling (Jos.) History of the Buccaneers of America. 18mo. 1810 [5986] 

See also BuRNEY, iv [2104] 

Essex (Earl of) Voyage to and taking of Cadiz — Purchas, iv. 1927 ... [2075] 

• Omissions of Caleg Voyage— Hakluyt Supp. 803 [2070] 

Voyage to the Azores, 1597— Purchas, iv. 1938 [2075] 

Estcourt (J. H. ) Slavery, Sovereignty, Secession, &c. 1863— Pamp. ... [5951] 
Estridge (H. Whatley) Six Years in Seychelles. Small 4to. 1885 ... [4420] 
Etheridge (Robert, jun. ) Catalogue of Australian Fossils. 8vo. 1878 ... [4770] 

(and Jack) Catalogue of Geological Works on Australia. 1S81 ... [4771] 

Ethersey (Lieut. R.) Bore in the Gulf of Cambay— J.R.G.S. viii. 196 ... [1868] 
Eustace (John Chetwode) Classical Tour through Italy. 1802. 4 vols. 8vo. [3124] 
Evans (A. J.) Herzegovina : Features, Population, &c.— Ency. Brit. xi. [2271] 

British Association Address, 1876— P. R.G.S. xxi. 66 [1958] 

Roumania; History, Statistics — Ency. Brit. xxi. 15 [2281] 

(Capt. Sir F. J.) Magnetism of the Earth— P.R.G.S. xxii. 188 ... [1957] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. Iv 



Ifo. in Catalogue, 

Evans (G. W.) Chart of Van Diemen's Land. 1822 ... [5311] 

History and Description of V. D. Land. 8vo. 1824 [5313] 

(Rev. G. W. D, ) The Classic and Connoisseur in Italy. 3 vols. 8vo. [3130] 

(John) Excursion to Windsor. 12mo. 1827 [2971] 

(John, F.R.S.) Ancient Stone Implements, Weapons, 8vo. 1872 ... [2987] 

^ (Morgan) Butter and Cheese — Brit. Industries [1573] 

Evelyn (John) Of Navigation and Commerce and Traffick. 12rao. 1674... [1417] 
Everard (R.) Sufferings upon the Coast of Madagascar — Churchill, vi. 257 [2086] 
Everett (G. H.) Homes and Farms in United States, 1882— Pamp. ... [5951] 

Evesham (John) Voyage to ^gypt, 1586— Hakluyt, ii. 281 [2062] 

Ewan (James) Geography of the Australian Colonies, 1854 — Pamp. ... [4971] 

Ewen (Will.) Labour, Pauperism, Crime, in Jamaica, 1877^Pamp. ... [6036] 

Eyre (E. J.) Expeditious Overland, Adelaide to Perth— J.R.G.S. xiii. 161 [1873] 

Expeditions into Central Australia, &c., 1840-41. 2 vols. 8vo. ... [4723] 

Lower Course of the Darling— J. R.G.S. XV. 327 .... [1875] 

Considerations against Interior Sea, Australia — J.R.G.S. xvi. 200 ... [1876] 

History of the Jamaica Case, by W, F. Finlason. 8vo. 1868 ... [6009] 

(Vincent) Military Operations at Cabul and Imprisonment. 12mo. 1843 [3674] 

Faber (ITlr.) Descr. Priecip. .par. Indiae Regionum et Ins.^DE Bry, G.V.vii. [2036] 

Fairfax's Hand-Book to Australasia. 12mo. 1859 [4964] 

Fairfield (Edward) The Colonial Office List. 12mo [1632] 

Falconer (T.) Through Texas & New Mexico, 1841-42— J.R.G.S. xiii. 199... [1873] 

Falkin (W.) Hosiery and Lace — Brit. Industries [1573] 

Fallon (J. T.) The Wines of Australia— P.R.C.I. vii. 297 [2007] 

Farewell (Lieut.) Plan for Settlement of Natal, 1824— Bannister ... [1453] 

Farini(G. A.) Journey through Kalahari Desert to Lake 'Ngami. 8vo. 1886 [4197] 
Farler (J. P.) The Usambara Countiy, E. Africa— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)i. 81 ... [I960] 

Native Routes to Masai Country, &c.— P.R,G.S. (N.S.) iv. 730 ... [1963] 

Farley (J. L.) Modern Turkey: Asia Minor, Syria, kc. 8vo. 1872 ... [3226] 
Farmer (Sarah) The Tonga and Friendly Islands Mission. 12mo. 1855... [4578] 

Farr (William) Census— Ency. Brit. v. 334 [2265] 

- — — Vital Statistics ; Population, Marriages, Births, Deaths, Life Tables. [1596] 

Farrer(J. A.) Zululandand theZulus; 12mo. 1879 [4326] 

Faucet (Chr. ) Travels to Per.sia— Hakluyt, i. [2061] ; Hakluyt Soc. ... [2184] 
Faunthoi-pe (J. P.) Geography of the British Colonies. 12mo. 1881 ... [1238] 
Fawcett (Right Hon. H.) Free Trade and Protection. 12mo. 1881 ... [1575] 

(John) Residence at the Cape of Good Hope, 1835-36 [4230] 

(M. G.) Communism— Ency. Brit. vi. 211 ... ' [2266] 

Fearon(H. B.) Journey through the E. and W. States of America. 8vo. 1818. [5898] 

Featherman (A.) Social History of the Nigritians. 8vo. 1885 [4068] 

Fedchenko (Prof.) The Zarafshan Valley, Bokhara— J. R.G.S. si. 448 ... [1900] 

Travels in Khokand, Upper Jaxartes, &c. — Cassell, v [2255] 

RuinsofSamarkand— P.R.G.S. XV. 392 [1952] 

Feilberg (C. A.) Colony of Queensland (Melb. Exhib. 1880)— Pamp. ... [5275] 
Feild (Bp. of Newfoundland) Visitations, 18i5- 53— Chiirch in Colonies ... [6257] 
Feilding (Major-Gen.) Trans-continental Railway [Queensland] — Pamp.... [4791] 
Felkin (R. W.) Journey to Victoria Nyanza— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 357 ... [1961] 

Uganda and the Egyptian Soudan. 2 vols. 12mo. 1881 [3934] 

Fellows (Charios) Discoveries in Asia Minor, 1838 and 1840. 2 vols. 4to. [3720] 
Fenner (Geo.) Voyage to Guinea, Cape Verde Is., 1566— Hakl. ii. pt. ii. 57 [2063] 
Fenton (E.) and L. Ward, Voyage to Brazil, &c., 1582— Burney, ii. 45... [2102] 

(F. D.) Origin and Migrations of the Maori, 1885— Pamp [5606] 

(James) History of Tasmania. 8vo. 1884 [5356] 

Fergusson (Adam) Visit to U. S. and Canada in 1831— Pamp [5770] 

Agricultural State of Canada, &c., 1832— Pamp [5770] 

(James) Rock Cut Temples of India. Folio. 1845 [1117] 

Text and Plans to " Rock Cut Temples." 8vo. 1845 [1117] 

Ancient Topography of Jerusalem, &c. 4to. 1847 [1117] 

Illustrations of Ancient Architecture in Hindostan. Folio. 1847... [1117] 

Essay on Fortification. 4to. 1849 [1117] 

True Principles of Beauty in Art and Architecture 4to. 1849 ... [1117] 

Palaces of Nineveh and Persepolis Restored. 8vo. 1851 [1117] 



vi INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogiie. 

Fergusson (James) The Peril of Portsmouth, 1853— Pamp [1117] 

Portsmouth Protected, 1856— Pamp ' ... [1117] 

The Suez Canal {Edin. JRev. Jan. 1858)— Essays [1117] 

Indian Chronology ; Our Indian Empire (1858), &c. — Essays ... [1117] 

Mausoleum at Halicarnassus Restored. 4to. 1862 [1117] 

Tho Holy Sepulchre, and the Temple at Jerusalem. 8to. 1862 ... [1117] 

Recent Changes in the Ganges Delta, 1863 — Essays [1117] 

On the Study of Indian Architecture, 1867— Pamp [1117] 

Description of the Amravati Tope, 1867— Pamp [1117] 

Rude Stone Monuments in All Countries. 8vo. 1872 [1117] 

Brochs and Rude Stone Monuments of the Orkneys. 8vo. 1877 ... [1117] 

Tree and Serpent Wor.ship in India. Folio. 1873 [1117] 

Cave Temples of India. 4to. 1880 [1117] 

History of Architecture. 4 vols. 8vo. 1874-76 [1117] 

Temples of the Jews and other Buildings at Jerusalem. 4to. 1878... [1117] 

Essays and Pamphlets. Bound in 3 vols. 8vo. 1849-67 [1117] 

(Wm., M.D.) Recollections of a Professional Life. 8to [1117] 

Fernandez de Quiros — see "Quiros." 

Fernandez (Juan) Voyages in South Sea, 1567-1576 — Dalkymple, i. ... [2096] 

— — Discovery of " Juan Fernandez " — Bukney, i. 274 [2101] 

Fernandez de Velasco (Juan) Visit to England, 1604 [2937] 

Field (Barron) Geographical Memoirs on New South Wales. 8vo. 1825... [4710] 
Finati (Giovanni) Pilgrimage to Mecca, 1814 — Appendix to Burton ... [3845] 

Finch (John) On Natural Boundaries of Emj)ires. 12mo. 1844 [1485] 

(R.) Letter on Voyage to Pechora, 1611— Pprohas, iii. 534 [2074] 

(W.) Observations on Sierra Leone, &c. — Purchas, i. pt. ii. 414 ... [2072] 

Finoh-Hatton (Hon. Harold) Advance Australia. 8vo. 1885 ■•• ••■ [5046] 

Findlay (A. G.) Probable Sources of the Nile— P.R.G.S. xi. 232 [1948] 

On the Gulf Stream— P. R.G.S. xiii. 102 ... ...[1950] 

Oceanic Cunents and tho C. American Canal— -J.R.G.S. xxiii. 217 ... [1883] 

Probable Course of Franklin— J. R.G.S. xxvi. 26 ; P.R.G.S. i. 21 [1886, &c.] 

Living.stone's Journey to White Nile— J.R.G.S. xxxvii. 193 [1897] 

Fine (Oronce) Sphsera Mnndi, &c. De Speculo ustorio. 4to. 1551 ... [1281] 

Finlason (W. F.) Histoiy of the Jamaica Case. 8vo. 1868 [6009] 

Finn (James) Sephardim ; or, the Jews in Spain and Portugal. 12mo. 1841 [3034] 
Finsch (Otto) Beitrag zur Fauna Centralpolynesiens. 8vo. 1867 ... [1668] 

Die Papageien Monographisch Bearbeitet. 3 vols. 8vo. 1867-68... [1668] 

Fischer (F. A.) Travels in Spain, 1797-98. 8vo [3024] 

. (Dr.) Journey in Masai Country— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 76 [1965] 

Fisher (Alex.) Arctic Voyage in the "Alexander." 8vo. 1819 [2618] 

Arctic Voyage in the " Hecla " and "Griper," 1819-20. 8vo. ... [2626] 

(R. ) Voyage of " Marigold " to Cape Breton, 1593— Hakluyt, iii. 191 [2064] 

Fison (Lorimer) Kamilaroi and Kurnai : Australian Tribes. 8vo. 1880... [4806] 
Fitch (R.) Travels to E. Indies, 1583— Hakl. ii. 250 [2062]; PuKCH. ii. 1730 [2073] 
Fitton (E. B.) New Zealand ; its Prospects and Resources. i2mo. 1856 [5471] 
- — (W. H. ) Geology of Australia. — Appendix to Kino's Voyages ... [4711] 
Fitzgerald (Gov.) Exped. to Murchison River, W. A.— J.R.G.S. xxu. 71 ... [1882] 

(J. E.) Vancouver I. Hudson Bay Co. and Government, 1848 — Pamp. [5841] 

(and others) Canterbury [N. Z.] Rhymes. 12rao. 1883 [5562] 

(J. F. L. Foster) The Colony of Victoria. 12mo. 1851 [5100] 

Australia. 12mo. 1881 [5030] 

(Percy) the Great Canal at Suez. 2 vols. 8vo. 1876 [3899] 

(R.D.) Australian Orchids. Folio [1754] 

Fitzgibbon (Mary) A Trip to Manitoba, 1880— Pamp [5821] 

Fitz-Herbert (Capt. H. ) Description of Banda, 1621— Pukchas, i. pt. ii. 697 [2072] 
Fitzroy (Adm. R.) Abrolhos Bank, Coast of Brazil— J.R.G.S. ii. 315 ... [1862] 

Voyages of the "Adventure " and " Beagle "—J.R.G.S. v. 311 ... [1866] 

Attempt to Ascend Santa Cruz River — J.R.G.S. vii. 114 [1867] 

Mt. Aconcagua, in Chili— J.R.G.S. vii. 143 [1867] 

Voyage of the "Beagle." 2 vols. 8vo. 1839 [2459] 

Remarks on New Zealand in February, 1846. 8vo. 1846 [5438] 

Isthmus of Central America- J.R.G.S. xx. 161 ; xxiii. 171 ... [1880, 83] 

and Eaper (Heniy) Hints to Travellers— J. R.G.S. xxiv. 328 [1854] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Ivii 



1699 ... [6041] 

... [2132] 

... [3257] 

... [6122] 

... [1507] 

4to.... [2352] 

.. [2425] 

1819... [60731 



No. in Catalogue. 
Flanagan (Roderick) History of New South Wales. 2 vols. 8vo. 1862 [4973] 

Fleming (G.) Travels in MantolmTartary. Royal 8 vo. 1863 [3334] 

(P.) Financial Condition of N. Z.— The Bubble Barsted,1879— Pamp. [.5606] 

(Sir Sandford) Canada, its Undeveloped Interior— P. R.C.I, ix. 225... [2009] 

Flemyng (Rov. F. P.) Mauritius ; or, the Isle of France. 12mo. 1860 ... [4415] 
Fletcher (Andrew) Defence of Scots Settlement at Darien. 8vo. 

(Giles) Of the Russian Commonwealth, 1591 — Hakluyt Soc. 

(James) History of Poland. 8vo. 1831 

(J. C.) Brazil and the Brazilians. 8vo. 1857 

■ (Robert) England and her Colonies. 12mo. 1857 

Flenrieu (C. P. C.) French Discoveries in the South Seas, 1768-69. 

Flinders (Matthew) Voyages. Imp. 4to. (L. P.) and Atlas 3 vols. 

Flinter (Major George) History of Revolution in Caraccas. 8vo. 

Floris (P.) Voyages to East Indies, Siam, &e., 1610-15— PuBCHAs, i. ii, 319 [2072] 

— — Relation de Floris Villiamson — Thevenot, i. 17 .. [2077] 

Flower (W. H.) Horse ; Kangaroo ; Lemur ; Lion ; Llama ; Mammalia ; Marten ; 

Otter; Platypus; Rhinoceros — Ency. Beit, xii.-xx ... [2272-80] 

Floyd, Journal of Phipps' Voy. toward.s N. Pole, 1773 — Nohthward Ho ! [2713] 

Floyer (E. A.) Mekran Route from Jask to Bampur — J.R.G.S. xlvii. 188... [1907] 

Unexplored Baluchistan ; Mekran, Bashakird, &c. 8vo. 1882 ... [3685] 

Foigni (Gabriel) Aventures de Jacques Sadeur. 18mo. 1692,1732... [4813-14] 

Engl, transl. Terra Incognita Australis. 18mo. 1693 [4815] 

FoUada, Voyage from the Jloluccas to Europe, 1667 — Bukhey, iii. 269 ... [2103] 
Fonblanque (John) Revised Oj)inion on Baron de Bode's Case, 1834— Pamp. [1636] 

Fonseca (J. N. de) The City of Goa. 8vo. 1878 [3575] 

Fonte (Bartholomew) Voyage to the S. Sea, 1640— BtmNET, iii. 148 ... [2103] 
Forbes (Chas.) Physical Geogrivphy Vancouver I. — J.R.G.S. xxxiv. 154 ... [1894] 

Vancouver I. ; its Resources and Capabilities, 1862 — Pamp [5841] 

(Coram. C. S.) Volcano Bay, Yesso— J. R.G.S.xxxvi. 173 [1896] 

(C. J. F. S.) British Burma and its People. ]2mo. 1878 [3495] 

Languages of Further India, &c. 12mo. 1881 [3498] 

(David) Geology of Bolivia and Southern Peru, 1861- Pamp. ... [6206] 

(Dr. F.) Sinjar Hills and the Yezidis, &c.— J.R.G.S. ix. 409 [1869] 

Khorasan : Turbat Haideri to Sistaii — J.R.G.S. xiv. 145 [1874] 

(Lt. F. E.) The African Blockade, April to Oct., 1848. 12mo. 1849 [4038] 

Vei Language and Vocabulaiy— J.R.G.S. XX. 89 [1880] 

Dahomey and the Dahomans. 2 vols. 8vo. 1851 [4041] 

Iceland ; its Volcanoes, Geysers, and Glaciers. 12mo. 1860 ... [2922] 

(H. O.) Cocos or Keeling Islands— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 777 [1960] 

Oporto and its Industries — -Ency. Bkit. xvii. 795 [2277] 

The Tenimber Islands, 1884— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 113 [1965] 

Naturalist's Wanderings in the Eastern Archipelago. 8vo. 1885 ... [4457] 

(James) Oriental Memoirs. 2 vols. 8vo. 1834 [3526] 

Recent Disturbances in Ceylon, 1850 — Pamp [3652] 

(Litton) Two Years in Fiji. 12mo. 1875 [5627] 

Navigators Islands— P. R.G.S. xxi. 140 [1958] 

Ford (Richard) Gatherings in Spain. 12mo. 1861 [3037] 

Forester (Thomas) Rambles in Corsica and Sardinia. Roy. 8vo. 1858 ... [3111] 
Fomander (A.) Account of the Polynesian Race. 3 vols. 8vo. 1878-81... [4622] 
Forrest (Alex.) Exped. in S. W. Australia, 1871— J.R.G.S. xlii. 388 ... [1902] 

(John) Search for Leichhardt's Party— P.R.G.S. xv. 190 [1952] 

Explorations in Australia. 8vo. [4762] ; J.R.G.S. xli. 361; xlv. 249 [1901, 5] 

(Capt. Thomas) Voyage to New Guinea, Moluccas, &c., 1774-76. 4to. [2386] 

Forschammer (P. W.) Topography of Troy— J.R.G.S. xii. 28 [1872] 

Forster (Anthony) South Australia, its Progress and Prosperity. 1866 ... [5201] 

(Rev. C.) Historical Geography of Arabia. 2 vols. 8vo. 1844 ...[3844] 

One Primeval Language. 2 vols. 8vo. 1851 [3844] 

(J. R.) Philosophical Observations on the South Sea Islands. 4to. ... [2366] 

Characteres Generum Plantarum, Ins. Mar. Aust. 4to. 1776 ... [1721] 

(George) Voyage Round the World [with Cook], 1772-75. 2 vols. 4to. [2365] 

Letter to tho Earl of Sandwich. 4to. 1778 [2367] 

Autograph Letter to Sir Joseph Banks ... [2367] 

Joiirney, Lahore to Herat, 1793 — Mubeay, Asia, ii. 480 [1344] 



Iviii 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Forster (Rev. T. H.) Voyage to Tasmania, 1844, and Itinerary. 1850 [5375 ; 6257] 

. (William, N.S.W.) Fallacies of Federation— P. B.C. I. viii. 79 ,.. [2008] 

Political Presentments, 1878. 12mo [1551] 

Information for Australian Emigrants, 1879 — Pamp. ... ... ... [5071] 

(W. E.) Imperial Federation (from the Nineteenth Century), 1885... [1636] 

Forsyth's (Sir D.) Mission to Kashgar — Cas.sell, vi. [2256] 

Mission to Kashgar— P.Ii.G.S. xviii. 414 [1955] 

Buried Cities of the Desert of Gobi— J. R. G. S. xl vii. 1 [1907] 

. Geog. Results of the Mission to Kashgar— J.R.G.S. xlviii. 173 ... [1908] 

Central Asian Lakes — Prejeyalsky's Kiilja [3340] 

Yarkand Expedition, 1870, by Henderson and Hume. 8vo. ... [3337] 

(JoseiA) Italy in 1802 and 1803. 8vo [3123] 

Fortis (Abbe Alberto) IVavels in Dalmatia, &c. 4to. 1778 [3190] 

Fortune (Robert) Three Years in Northern Provinces of China. 8vo. 1847 [3377] 

Two Visits to the Tea Countries of China. 2 vols. 12mo. 1853 ... [3378] 

Residence among the Chinese (Third Visit, 1853-56). 8vo. 1857 [3379] 

Yedo and Peking, Visits to Capitals of Japan and China. 8vo. 1863 [3438] 

Foster (Birket) Pictures of English Landscape. 4to. 1863 [2982] 

(C. le Neve) Journey up the Orinoco. 1869— Cassell, i [2251] 

■ (P. le Neve) Photogiaphy — Brit. Industries [1573] 

'- (J, 6.) Agi-icultural Prospects of New Zealand, 1880— Pamp. ... [5606] 

. (Nicholas) Late Horrid Rebellion in Barbados. 1650. Pamp. ... [6036] 

Fotherbye, Voyages of Discovery to the N. 1614-15 — Puechas, iii. 720 [2074] 
Fowler (Frank) Southern Lights and Shadows [in Australia]. 12mo. 1859. [4962] 

Fowles (Joseph) Sydney in 1848. 4to [4912] 

Fox (Capt. Luke) Voyage towards the N.W. 1631— Hakluyt Soc. ... [2117] 

(Sir W.) Six Colonies (Provinces) of New Zealand. 18mo. 1851 ... [5455] 

The War in New Zealand. 12mo. 1866 [5497] 

NewZealand(1876)— P.R.C.L vii. 247 [2007] 

. and others, Rotorua and the Thermal Springs. 4to. 1882... ... [5552] 

(Lady) Illustrations to Wakefield's Adventure in N.Z. 1845 ... [5432] 

Foxall (E. W.) Financial Statements: Official Hist. N. S. Wales. 1883 [5043] 
Foxe (J.) Voyages to Gibraltar, 1563, Alexandria, 1577— Hakluyt, ii. 131 [2062] 
Fracastoro, Risposta sopra U detto crescimento del Nilo — Ramusio, i. 264 [2027] 
Franc (Maude Jeanne) Tales of South Australian Life. 9 vols. 12mo. ... [5208] 

France (M. A. de) Prisoners of Abd-el-Kader. 1836 [3989] 

Francis (Francis) Angling — Ency. Brit. ii. 32 [2262] 

Francisco de los Santos' Description of the Escurial. 4to. 1760... ... [3021] 

Francisco (Joao) Journey to Caemdo, 1841 — J.R.G.S. xxx, 161 [1891] 

Franklin (James) Present State of Hayti (Saint Domingo). 12mo. 1828 [5998] 

(Sir John) Voyage to Polar Seas, 1819-22. 4to [2620] 

■ Second Expedition to Polar Seas, 1825-27. 4to [2620] 

■ Search Expeditions. See pp. 109 to 111. 

Discovery of his Fate, &c. by Sir Leopold MeClintock. 8vo. 1859 [2684] 

(Lady) Letter on Polar Expedition— P.R.G.S. ix. 148 [1895] 

Franklyn (H. Mortimer) Glance at Australia in 1880. 8vo [5032] 

Fraser (Rev. Donald) Canada as I remember It— P.R.C.L viii. 45 [2008] 

(H. A.) The Slave Trade on the East Coast of Africa, 1872— Pamp. [4156] 

(J. Baillie) Northern Khorasan— J. R.G.S. viii. 809 [1868] 

Journey from Constantinople to Tehran, 1833. 2 vols. 8vo. ... [3704] 

• and Fuilong (Capts.) Across Isthmus of Kraw — P.R.G.S. vii 58 ... [1944] 

Frederick (Duke of Wirtemberg) Excursion to England, 1592 ... ... [2937] 

Freeling and Hack, E.xplorations South Australia— P.R.G.S. iL 185 ... [1939] 

■ (Sir Sanford) : a Sketch— Pillars of the Empire. 12mo. 1879 ... [1553] 

Freeman (E. A.) Historical Geography of Europe. 2 vols. 8vo. 1881... [1237] 

Some Impressions of the United States. 12mo. 1883 ... ... [5935] 

The Normans and Normandy — Ency. Brit. xvii. 538 [2277] 

Palermo: History, &c. — Ency. Brit, xviii. 169 [2278] 

(F.) A Plea for Africa. 12mo. 1838 [4031] 

(J. J.) Missionary Visits to Ashantee, Dahome, &c. 12mo [4034] 

The Kaffir War : A Letter to Earl Grey, 1851— Pamp [4298] 

— — (and D. Johns) the Persecution in Madagascar. 12ino. 1840 ... [4383] 
Frejus (Sieur) Voyage to Mauritania, 1666. 18mo [3976] 

\ 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



lix 



No. in Catalogue. 

Fremont (Capt. J. C.) The Rocky Mountain Expeditions, 1842-44. 8vo... [5908] 

French (Bishop of Lahore) a Sketch— Pillars of the Empire. 12mo. 1879 [1553] 

(J. O.) Argentine Province of Rioja, 1826-28— J.R.G.S. ix. 381 ... [1869] 

Frere (Sir Bartle) : a Sketch— Escott's Pillars of the Empire. 12mo. 1879 [1553] 

Notes on the Ruun of Cutch— J.R.G.S. xl. 181 [1900] 

Pandurang Had : Memoir of a Hindoo. 2 vols. 12mo. 1873 ... [3555] 

ZanzibarandEast Coast of Afriea—P.R.G.S. xvii. 343 [1954] 

Eastern Africa, a Field for Missionary Labour. 12ino. 1874. ... [4130] 

Bengal Famines and How to Prevent Them. 12mo. 1874 [3556] 

Indian Missions. 12mo. 1874 [3560] 

Presidential Address, 1874— J.R.G.S. xliv [1904] 

Speech at Banquet, Cape Town, June 11, 1879— Pamp [4298] 

Correspondence Relating to his Recall, 1880— Pamp [4298] 

■ Afghani-stan and South Africa, 1881— Pamp [1636] 

■ Union of Various Portions of South Africa— P. R.C.L xiL 134 ... [2012] 

On Temperate South Afriea—P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 1 [1962] 

(Miss) Old Deccan Days : Legeuds of Southern India. 12mo. 1870 [3552] 



-,T.R.G.S. xxxix. 50 
1869. 



Freshfield (Douglas W.) Journey in the Caucasus- 

• IVavels in the Caucasus and Bashan. 8vo, 

The Caucasus — Cassell, ii 

Giant Cities of Bashan — Ca.ssell, iii. ... 

The Engadine — Ency. Brit. viii. 213 

■ The Grisons — Ency. Bkit. xi. 204 

• Recent Russian Travels in the Caucasus — P.R.G.S. (K,S.) vii. 597 

Further Motes on Mt. Everest— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 176 ... 

• The Alpine Pass of Hannibal— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 638 :.. 

The Place of Geography in Education— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 698 

Freycinet (Louis) and Peron (F.) Voyage aux Torres Australes, 1800-4 

Frezier, Relation du Voyage de La Mer du Sud, 1712-14. 12mo 

Voyage to the South Sea, Chili, Peru, &c. 4to. 

Friedrichsthal (C. E.) L. Nicaragua and Chontales — J.R.G.S. xi. 97 
Friend (C.) Bay of Atrato to Bay of Cupica, 1827— J.R.G.S. xxiii. 191 
Frobisher (Martin) Voyages in Search of N.W. Passage — Hakluyt Soc 

On the Voyages of, by Comm. Becher — J.R.G.S. xii. 1 

Froger, Voyage to the Coasts of Africa, 1695-97 — Harley, ii. 685 



[1899] 
.. [3275] 
... [2252] 
... [2253] 
... [2268] 
... [2271] 
... [1966] 
... [1967] 
... [1967] 
... [1967] 
[2423-24] 
[2330] 
[2330] 
[1871] 
[1853] 
[2150] 
[1872] 
[2088] 



Frome (C. E.) Country E. of Flinders' Range, S. Aust.— J.R.G.S. xiv. 283 [1874] 

Frost (John) History of the United States. 12mo. 1838 [5903] 

Froude (J. A.) Two Lectures on South Africa. 8vo. 1880 [4270] 

Oceana ; or, England and her Colonies. 8vo. 1885... ... ... [5048] 

Fry (Rev. H. P.) Apostolic Ministry and Tradition of Church. 8vo. ... [4886] 

Penal Discipline in Van Diemeu's Land. 8vo. 1850 [5330] 

Fryer (John) East India and Persia : Nine Years' Travels, 1672-81. Folio [3702] 

Fuca (Juan de) Voyage to N. W. Coast of America — Burney, ii. 110 ... [2102] 

Fuente (Don. M. B.) Province of Tarapaoa, Peru— J.R.G.S. xxvi. 229 ... [1886] 

Fuentes(M. A.) Lima: Sketches of Pern. Imperial 8vo. 1866 [6193] 

Fulcherius Carnotensis, Acts of Pilgrimes, 1095-1124— Purohas, ii. 1201 [2073] 

Fuller (Francis) Five Years' Residence in New Zealand. 12mo. 1859 ... [5479] 

Funnell (W.) Voyage to the E. Indies, 1703-6— Dampiee, &c. iv. ... [2326] 

Furneaux (Capt.) Voyage Round the World — Cook's Second Voyage ... [2356] 

Fyfe(L. R.) and Sinclair (A. C.) Hand-Book of Jamaica. 8vo [6023] 

Fynney (F. B.) Economic Features of the Transvaal— J.R.G.S. xlviii. 16... [1908] 

Fytche (Lieut.-Gen.) Burma, Past and Present. 2 vols. 8vo. 1878 ... [3496] 

G (K. E.) Muscinese (Liverworts and Mosses) — Ency. Brit. xvii. 65 [2277] 

G (R. B.) Bible Societies, 1875- Ency. Bkit. iii. 649 ... [2263] 

Gaetan (Juan) Disoopr. dell' Isole Molucchq, 1542-45 — Ramusio, i. 375 ... [2027] 

Gages CThomaa) Relation du Mexique — Thevenot, ii. No. 49 [2078] 

Gairdner (Dr.) Geography of Columbia River— J.R.G.S. xi. 250 [1871] 

Gains and Justinian's Institutes — Hunter's Roman Law .. [1407] 

Galindo (Col. Don Juan) River Usaminta, Guatemala — J.R.G.S. iii. 59 ... [1863] 

Notice of the Caribs in Central America— J.R.G.S. iii. 290 [1863] 

Eruption of Cosiguina, Nicaragua— J.R.G.S. V. 387 [1865] 

On Central America— J.R.G.S. vi. 119 [1866] 



Ix INDEX OF AUTHOES. 



No. in Catalogue. 

Galineo (Abreu de) History of the Canary Islands, 1632. 4to [4015] 

Gall (James) Who's Who 1 and What's What in Jamaica, 1879-80. 18mo. [6017] 

Gallenga (A.) South American Roimblics. 8vo. 1880 [6198] 

Galletly (A.) Coal— Beit. Industkies [1573] 

Galloway (J. A.) Proposed Ship Canal and Eailroad, Suez, 1844— Pamp.... [3918] 
Gait (Sir Alex.) Future of the Dominion of Canada— P. R. C.I. xii. 88 ; and [5770] 

Relations of the Colonies to the Empire— P.R. C.I. xiv. 391 [2014] 

(John) Information on the Canadas. 12mo. 1836 [5704] 

Galton (Francis) Exped. to Interior of South Africa— J. R.G.S. xxii. 140... [1882] 

Tropical South Africa. 12mo. 1853 [4175] 

Outfit for an Explorer— J.R.G.S. xxiv. 345 ■ ...[1884] 

OnExploratiouof Arid Countries— P.R. G.S. ii. 60 [1939] 

Sun Signals— P. R.G.S. iv. 14 [1941] 

Hints to Travellers (revised)— J.R.G.S. xxxiv [1894] 

Stereo. Maps from Models of Mountns. Countries — J.B.G.S. xxxv. 99 [1895] 

Hints to Travellers (third editiou)—P.R.G.S. xvi [1953] 

The Art of Travel. 12mo. 1876 [1298] 

Constrctn. of Isochrouic Passage-Charts— P. R. G. S. (N.S.)iii. 657 ... [1962] 

Galvano's Diiicoveries of the World — Supplement to Hakluyt [2070] 

PuECHAs, ii. 1671 [2073] ; Haeley, ii. 353 [2088] ; Clarke, App.... [1340] 

Revised "Translation, with Portuguese Text — Hakluyt Soc [2142] 

Gama (Vasco di) Navigatione dal C. Buona Speranza — Ramusio, i. 119 ... [2027] 

Second Voyage ; Calcoen (Dutcli Narrative). Small 4to [2308] 

Three Voyages, 1498-1515, ti-ansl. from Correa — Hakluyt Soc. xlii. [2155] 

Lusiads of Camoens, transl. by Burton [1378] 

Gamitto, Journey to Cazembe, 1831, by Dr. Beke. Svo [4112] 

Gane (Douglas M.) New South Wales and Victoria in 1885. 12mo. ... [5050] 
Gannett (Henry) Idaho ; Indians ; Indian Territory — Ency. Beit. xii. ... [2272] 
Garcilasso de la Vega, Commentaries of the Yncas. 2 v. — Hakluyt Soo. [2153-54] 
Garden (Mrs. M. G. Hogg) Trip to Livonia and Back — CA8SELL,vi. ... [2256] 

— (R. J.) Description of Diarbekr— J. R. G.S. xxxvii. 182 [1897] 

Gardiner (Comm. Allen F.) The Friend of Australia. 8vo. 1830. ...[4712] 

Journey to the Zoolu Country in 1835. 8vo [4310] 

A Visit to the Indians on the Frontiers of Chili. 12mo. 1841. ... [6212] 

• ■ Story of ; with Sketches of Missionary Work, S. America. 12mo. ... [6223] 

Gardner (C. J.) Journey, Ningpo to Shanghi— P.R.G.S. xiii, 170 [1950] 

(Samuel) Gipsies in Moldavia -P. R.G.S. i. 37 [1938] 

(W.J.) History of Jamaica. 8vo. 1873 [6014] 

Garnett (W.) Energy ; Evaporation, &c.— Ency. Beit. viii. 205, 727 ... [2268] 

Gainier (Jules) La Nouvelle Caledonio. 12mo. 1871 [4596] 

English 'Transl. : Some Account of New Caledonia — Cassell, iii. ... [2253] 

Garran (A.) New South Wales (1884)— Ency. Bnm xvii. 407 [2277] 

Garraway (D. G.) The Insurrection in Grenada, 1795— Pamp [6036] 

Gason (S.) Dieyerie Tribe — Wood's South Australian Tribes [4805] 

Gassiott(H.)NotesonSouth Africa— J.R.G.S. xxii. 136 [1882] 

Gates (Sir Thos.) Wreck upon the Bermudas, 1610— Puechas, iv. 1734 ... [2075] 
Gatheral (G.) Angora Goat and its Acclimatisation— P.R. C.I. ix. 326 ... [2009] 
Gatonbe (J.) Voyage into the N. W. Passage — Chuechill, vi. 241 ... [2086] 

Gausseron (H.) France ; Geography, Statistics, &c. — Ency. Beit. ix. 505... [2269] 

Geare (Allen) Preservation of Nine Men, 1707— Haeley, ii. 787 [2088] 

Geary (Grattan) Through Asiatic Turkey. 2 vols. 12mo. 1878 [3739] 

Geddes (Patrick) Insectivorous Plants — Ency. Beit. xiii. 134 [2273] 

Parasitism (Animal) — Ency Beit, xviii. 250 [2278] 

Protoplasm ; Reproduction (Animal)— Ency. Beit. xix. xx. ... [2279-80] 

Geekie (A. C.) Christian Missions to Wrong Places, &c. 12mo. 1871 ... [6277] 
Gehuchte (A. Van de) Latitudes, &c. Guatemala— J. R. G. S. x.xviii. 359 ... [1888] 
Geikie (Prof. Arch.) Geographical Evolution— P. E.G. S. (N.S.) i. 422 ... [1960] 

Geology and Palaeontology— Ency. Beit. x. 212, 375 [2270] 

Gell(SirWm.)Pompeiana: Excavation since 1819. 2 vols. 8vo. 1835... [3129] 

Topography of Rome and its Vicinity. 8vo. 1846 [3133] 

Gennes (De) Voyage to Straits of MageUan, Brazil, &c. 1695-97. 12mo. ... [2324] 

Voyage— Haeley, ii. 585 [2088] ; Bubney, iv. 339 [2104] 

Geogkaphical (Royal) Society's Journal and Prooeedings ... [1861-1967] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Ixi 



George (Staff-Corn.) On the Projection of Routes — -T.R.G.S. xxxiv, 

Note on Height of Victoria Nyanza — P.R.G.S. xx. 159 

(Henry) Progress and Poverty. 12mo. 1884 

Social Problems. 12mo. 1885 

Protection or Free Trade. 12ino. 1886 



No. in Catalogue. 
296 ... [1894 

[1957 

[1585 

[1585 

... [1585' 



Georgewitz (Barth.) Directions for the Holy Land — MuEBAY, j4sm!, iii. 117 [1344 

Gerbor (H.) Province of Miiias Geraes, Brazil— J. E.G. S. xliv. 262 [1904^ 

Gerbillon, Journey, Pckin to Chinese Tartary — Mukray, Asia, i. 459 ... [1344 
Gerstaecker (Frederick) Jouniey Round the World. 3 vols. 12mo. 1853 [2491' 
Geseuius (Prof.) Himyaritio Alphabetand luscriptions — J.R.G.S. xL 118... [1871 

Gesner (Abr.) New Brunswick. 8vo. 1847 [5777' 

Gessi, Circumuavign. of Albert Nyanza — P.R.G.S. xx. 470 ; xxi. 50 [1957-58' 
Ghose (Lalmohun) The Natives and Government of India, 1S79 — Pamp.... [3626 
Gibbons (Serg.) Kinnau, Jebal, and Khorasan, 1831-32— J.R.GtS. xi. 136 [1871' 

Gibson (Alex.) Libel and Slander — Ency. Bbit. xiv. 505 [2274 

History of Norway — Ency. Brit. xvii. 583 [2277' 

— — • (Walter M.) The Prison of Weltevreden and Indian Archipel. 12mo... [4449 

(John) Butterflies and Moths ; Camel ; Cattle ; Coleoptera ; Dog ; Elephant ; 

Frog ; Hippopotamus ; Hyena — Ency. Brit. [2264, &c.] 

Giffen (R.) E.ssays in Finance, War, Taxation, Depression, &c. 8vo. 1880 [1557] 
Gifford (Rev. A.) The Labrador Mission, 1850 — Church in t!ie Colonies ... [6257] 
Gilbert (Sir Humfrey) On a North- West Passage — Hakluyt, iii. 11 ... [2064] 

Voyage to Newfoundland, 15S3— Hakluyt, iii. 143 [2064] 

(Thomas) Voyage from New South Wales to Canton, 1788. 4to. ... [2393] 

(Rev. T.) N. Zealand Settlers and Soldiers in Taranaki. 12mo. 1860 [5481] 

Gilbery's Travels in Western Africa, 1785-87. 2 vols. 12mo. 1808 ...[4016] 
Gilder (W. H.)Scbwatka's Search: Sledging in the Arctic. 8vo. 1882... [2724] 

Giles (Ernest) Discoveries in C. Australia — Cassell, vi [2256] 

Geographic Travels in C. Australia, 1872-74. 8vo. 1875 [4764] 

Journal of a Forgotten Expedition (1875), 1880— Pamp [4791] 

Expeditions W. Aust.-^T. E.G. S.xlvii. 328 [1907] 

(J. A.) Paper on Central Australia — Harcus's S. Australia [5205] 

Gill (C. Haughton) Sugar Refining — British Industries [1573] 

(David) Parallax— Ency. Brit, xviii. 245 [2278] 

(James) Guide to the S. African Diamond Fields, 1870— Pamp. ... [4365] 

(Mrs.) Six Months in Ascension. 12mo. 1878 [4083] 

(Thomas) Bibliography of South Australia. 8vo. 1886 [6344] 

(Rev. Wm.) Gems from the Coral Islands. 8vo. 1856 [4580] 

(W. Wyatt) Three Visits to N. Guinea— J.R.G.S. xliv. 15 [1904] 

■ Ascent of the Mist Peak, Rarotonga — Cassell, v [2255] 

Tragedy of Mitiaro, S. Sea Is. — Cassell, vi [2256] 

Life in the Southem Isles. 12mo. 1876 [4606] 

■ Myths and Songs of the South Pacific. 12mo. 1876 [4605] 

Historical Sketches of Savage Life in Polynesia. 8vo. 1880 ...[4613] 

(and Chalmers) Mission to New Guinea. 12mo. 1885 [4522] 

— (Capt. W.) The River of Golden Sand. 2 vols. 8vo. 1880 [3395] 

Another Edition : Condensed bv Baber and edited by Yule. 12mo. [3396] 

Western China and Borders of Tibet— J. R. G. S. xlviii. 57 [1908] 

Gillespie (Alex.) Residence at Buenos Ayres, &c. 8vo. 1818 [6152] 

Gillmore (Parker) The Great Thirst Land. 8vo. 1878 [4324] 

Territories adjacent to Kalahari Desert — P. R.C.I, xiv. 125 [2014] 

Gilmour (Rev. James) Among the Mongols. 12mo. 1885 [3342] 

Gilpin (Rev. Wm.) Forest Scenery and Views in Hampshire. 2 vols. 8vo. [2961] 
Giraud (Victor) Lake Region C. Africa— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 332, 603 ... [1966] 
Gisborne (L.) Survey of the Isthmus of Darien— J.R.G.S. xxvii. 191 ... [1887] 

(T.) Address to Electors of North Derbyshire, 1834— Pamp [1636] 

(William) Official Hand-Book of New Zealand. 8vo. 1884 ...[5568] 

New Zealand in 1884— Ency. Brit. xvii. 466 [2277] 

Gissing (C. E.) Journey from Mombaza— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 551 [1965] 

Giustinian,FourYearsattheCourtofHemy VIII., 1515-19. 2vols. 12mo. [2930] 

Gladstone (George) A Visit to Upper Silesia — Cassell, iv [2254] 

Cracow and the Salt Mines of Wieliczka — Cassell, V. [2255] 

(Rt. Hon. W. E.) Financial Statements. 1853-65 8vo [1520] 



Ixii 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Ko. in Catalogi'.c. 

Glaisher (James) Aeronautics— Enct. Beit. i. 187-207 [2261] 

Glanville (T. B.) South Africa— P.11.C.I. vi. 155 [2006] 

Abroad [South Africa] and at Home. 12mo [4263] 

Glas, History of the Canary Islands. 4to. 1764 [4015] 

Glazier (Willard) Source of the Mississippi— P.R.G.S. (If.S.) vii. 23 ... [1966] 
Gleig (Rev. G. R.) Life of Sir Thomas Munro. Abridged. 12ino. 1861 [3529] 

Sale's Brigade in Afghanistan. 12mo [3675] 

Gloucester (Duke of) Voyage into Prussia, 1391 — HAKLtrrT, i. 123 ... [2061] 

Glover (Sir J.) Country between the Volta andXigcr— P.R.G.S. xviii. 286 [1955] 
Goad (J. W.) Wheeler's Explorations in New Mexico— P. R.G.S. xxii. 272 [1959] 

— Wheeler's Survey of Oregon, 1878— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 694 [1960] 

Gobat (Bishop D. ) Three Years' Residence in Abyssinia. 12mo. 1847... [3952] 
Gobien (P. Charles Le) Isles Marianes et des Missionnaires, 1700. 12mo. [4536] 

History of the New Philippines (Marian Is.)— Callander, iii. ... [2093] 

Oodeffroy Mu.seum Album and Catalogue — Polynesia and Australia [4616-17] 

Goderic, Expedition to the Holy Land, 1102— Hakluyt, ii. 12 [2062] 

Goderich (Lord) Despatch to Colonial Governors: Remarks on,1832 — Pamp. [1636] 



80 



Godet(T. L.) Bermuda; its History, Products, &c. 8vo. 1860... 
Godfrey of Bouillon, Expd. to Jerusalem — Pukchas, ii. 1189 
Godhino de Eredia, Malaca, I'Inde Meridionale, &c. 1613. 4to. ... 

■ (Manuel) Journej', Goa to Europe, 1663 — Muruay, Asia, i. 384 

Godkin (E. L.) City and State of New Vork- Ency. Brit. xvii. 451 
Godley (John Robert) Letters from America. 2 vols. 12mo. 1844 

Writings and Speeches of John Robert Godley. 8vo. 1863 

Letters to C. B. Adderley [Lord Norton] 1839-61. 8vo. 1863 

Godron (Dr. A.) Jlission Buddhiste en Amerique a V" Si^cle — Vining 
Godwin (T.) Emigrant's Guide to Van Diemen's Land. 8vo. 1823, 
Godwin-Austen (Lt.-Col. H. H.) Valley of Kashmir^J. R.G.S. xxxl 

Glaciers of the Mustakh Range — J.R.G.S. xxxiv. 19 ... 

Pangong Lake District of Ladakh— J.R.G.S. xxxvii. 343 

■ On the Garo Hills— J.R.G.S. xliii. 1 

Himalaya Mountain Systems — P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 83 

Godwyn (Thos.) Romanie Historiae, &c. Roman Antiquities. 12mo. 

Goering (A.) Guajiro Indians of Maracaibo — Cas.sell, ii 

Goes (11) Journey, Agra to China, 1594-1607 — Yl'LE [2148]; Purchas, iii. 
Goklingham (J.) Account of the Sculptures at MahabalipuraTn (1798) 
Goldsmid (Sir F. J.) Mission into Mekran, 1861— J.R.G.S. xxxiii. 181 ... 

Eastern and Western Beluchistan — J.R.G.S. xxxvii. 269 

Route from Shahrud to Bandar-i-Gez — P.R.G.S. xvii. 86 

Journey, Bandar Abbass to Mash-had— J.R.G.S. xliii. 65 

— — Notes on Recent Persian Travel— J. R.G.S. xliv. 183 

Visit to the Congo— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 177 

• Persia ; Modern History and Geogiaphy — Ency. Brit. xviiL 616 ... 

Golowin, Captivity in Japan, 1811-13. 3 vols. 8vo 

Golubef (Capt. A.) Results of the Lssyk-kul Exped.— J.R.G.S. xxxi. 366 



[5872] 
[2073] 
[1329] 
[1344] 
[2277] 
[1488] 
[5453] 
[5451] 
[1319] 
[5312] 
[1891] 
... [1894] 
... [1897] 
... [1903] 
... [1884] 
1638 [3115] 
[2252] 
[2074] 
[3551] 
[1898] 
[1897] 
[1954] 
[1908] 
[1904] 
[1966] 
[2278] 
[3437] 
[1891] 



Gomara (F. Lopez de) Relations of Mexico— Purchas, iii. 1123 [2074] 

Account of the Badajoz Conference, 1,524 — Arbrr' [1320] 

Gonneville (Paulmier) Voyage, 1503— De Bi!OSses[2089] ; CallANDEB... [2091] 

See also Flinders [2425] ; Major [2137] ; M.\KGEY [1360] 

Avec Introd. par D'Avezac. 8vo. 1869 [2309] 

Gonzales (Don M.) Account of England and Scotland, 1730— Haklet, i. 9 [2087] 
Goode (G. B.) Oyster ; Pisciculture- Ency Brit, xviii. 106 ; xix. 126 [2278-79] 
Goodenough (Dr. E.) Black Sea Voyage of the " Blonde "—J. B.G.S i. 101 [1861] 

(Comm. J.) Journal on Australian Station, 1873-75. 8to. 1876 ...[2525] 

Goodridge (C. M.) Voyage, Shipwreck, Residence in V. D Land. 1832.. [2448] 

Goodsir(R. A.) Arctic Voyage to Baffin's Bay. 12mo. 1850 [2651] 

Gordon (Sir Arthur) Native Taxation in Fiji— P.R.C.I. x. 173 [2010] 

(Gen. C. G.) White Nile Expedition— P.R.G.S. xx. xxi. ... [1957-58] 

Noteson White Nile Survey— J. R.G.S. xlvi. 431 [1906] 

in Central Africa, 1874-79, by Birkbeck HilL 8vo [3933] 

Journals at Kartoum, edited by Hake. 12mo. 1885 [3937] 

Last Journal (facsimile). 4to. 1885 [3938] 

Events in his Life, by his Brother. 8vo. 1886 [S941] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Ixiii 



No. in Catalogue. 

Gordon (Lady Bufl") The French in Algiers. 12mo. 1861 [3989] 

(Lieut. R. K.) Coal in the Island Form.wa-JR (i.S. xix. 22 ... [1879] 

(Robert) The Irawadi River— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 292 [1966] 

(Col. T. E.) Watershed of Central Asia— J.R.G.S. xlvi. 381 [1906] 

Gordon and Goteh'a Australian Hand-Book (Annual). 8vo. [5053] 

Gordon-Cumming (Lieut. -Col.) Wild Men and Wild Beasts.. 4to. 1871... [3553] 

■ (C.r.) From the Hebrides to the Himalayas. 2 vols. 8vo. 1876... [3565] 

At Home in Fiji. 2 vols. 8vo. 1881 [5630] 

Lady's Cruise in a French ILin-of-War. 2 vols. 8vo. 1882 ... [2538] 

Fire-Fountains: Hawaii, its Yolonnoes and Missions. 2 vols. 8vo. 1883 [4669] 

Gorges (Sir A. ) Voyage to the Azores— PuRCHA.s, iv. 1938, HAkluyt, Supp. [2070] 
Gorloff (V.) Journey in the Algerian Sahara— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 858 ... [1963] 

Gorrie(SirJohn)FijiAsItIs— P.R.C.L xiv. 160 [2014] 

Gorringo (Henry H.) Egyptian Obelisks. 50 Hlustrations. 4to. 1885... [-3908] 

Gorst (Sir John E.) The Maori King. 12mo. 1864 [5491] 

Gosch (Chaa. A.) Denmark and Germanv since 1815. 8vo. 1862 ...[2903] 

Gosnol (Capt.) Voyage to Virginia, 1602— PuRCHAS, iv. 1647 [2075] 

Gossc, Expeditions W. Australia— P. R.G.S. xix. 51 ; J.R.G.S. xlvii. 328... [1907] 

. (E. W.) Denmark ; History and Statistics, 1877— Enct. Buit. vii.... [2267] 

Gosselmau (Capt.) Cordova to Meudoza, 1837— J.R.G.S. ix. 407 [1869] 

Gouger (Robert) A Letter from Sydney. 12mo. 1829 [4854] 

South Australia in 1837-38. 12mo [5180] 

Goulburn (F.) Meteorological Obs. N. S. W— Field's Geog. Memoirs ... [4710] 

Gould (John) The Birds of Australia. 8 vols. Folio. 1848-69 [1660] 

Index to Plates in Gould's Birds of Australia [MS.]. 4to [1661 

Synopsis of the Birds of Australia. 4to. 1837-38 [1662 

Hand-Book to the Birds of Australia. 2 vols. Royal 8vo. 1865... [1663' 

' The Mammals of Australia. 3 vols. Folio. 1863 [1664 

Introduction to the MammaLs of Australia. 8Vo. 1863 [1666' 

(Nathaniel) Trade of British America, 1833— Pamp [5770. 

Gould t>. Oliver: Deck Load.s, 1839— Pamp [1636 

Gourdon (W.) Voyages to Pechora, &c., 1611-15— Purciias, iii. 530, 553... [2074 
Gourgiies (Dominique de) Florida Amer. Provincia, &c. — De Bry, G. V. ii. [2031' 

Voyage to Florida, 1567— Hakluyt, iii. 856 [2064] ; Pitrchas, iv... [2075; 

■ See also Harris, ii. [2095] ; Murray, N.Amer. i. [1344] ; Parkman [1376 

Goumcy (Matthew) Voyage against the Moors of Algiers — Hakluyt, ii. 67 [2062' 
Gowen (J. R.) Emigration to Swan and Canning Rivers, 1829— Pamp. ... [5307' 

Goydev (G. W.) Exploration in S. Australia— P.R.G.S. ii. 16 [1939 

Graaf (Nicholas) Visit to Patna, 1669— Murray, Asia, ii. 168 [1344 

Graah (Capt.) Search for the Lost Greenland Colonics, 1828-30. 8vo. ... [2639 

Graberg (Count) Names of Places in Morocco— J.R.G.S. vii. 243 [1867 

Graham (Cyril) Explorations in Syria, &c., 1857— J.R.G.S. xxviii. 226 ... [1888 
(John) Laurence Struilby, Bush Life in Australia. 12mo. 1863 ... [4977 

— (C.)OnHauran— P.R.G.S. ii. 173 [1939; 

(W.) Brass, Tin, and Zinc — Brit. Industries [1573' 

(AV. W.) Ascents in the Himalaya— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 429 [1965; 

Gramaye (J. B.) Barbary and Algiers^ 1619— PurcHAS, ii. 1561 [2073; 

Grandidier (Alfred) Explorations in Madagascar — Cassell, iv. and v. [2254-55; 
Grandy (Lieut.) Ambriz to San Salvador and Congo — P.R.G.S. xix. 78 ... [1956' 

Grant (A. C. ) Bush Life in Queensland. 2 vols. 12mo. 1881 [5255; 

• (A. H.) Glimpses of Madagascar and its People, 1883— Pamp. ... [4395 

■ (Anthony) The Crimea; Historical and Descriptive Sketch. 12mo. 1855 [3262 

(C. M.) Journey from Pekin to Petersburg— J. R. G. S. xxxiii. 167 ... [1893' 

— (Colesworthy) Rural Life in Bengal. Illustrated. Royal 8vo. 1860 [3549 

■ (Colquhoun) Vancouver Island— J.R.G.S. xxvii. 268 ; xx.xi. 208 [1887-91 

(Lt.-CoL Hunter) Canada and the North-West— P.R.C.L xiii. 149... [2013 

(James) Old and New Edinburgh. 3 vols. 4to. 1881-83 [3000 

(Lieut. James) Voyage of the "Lady Nelson." 4to. 1803 [2422' 

(CoL J. A.) A Walk Across Africa. 8vo. 1864 [4120 

Lake Region Equatorial Africa— J. R.G.S. xlii. 243 [1902 

Stanley's Exploration of Victoria Nyanza— J.R.G.S. xlvi. 10 ... [1906 

Route, Berber to Korosko, 1863— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 326 [1965 



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INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Grant (Baron) History of the Mauritius and Neighbouring Islands. 4to. 1801 [4409] 

■ (Sir Robert) History of the East India Company. 8vo. 1813 ...[3519] 

■ (S.) and Foster, Agricultural Prospects of New Zealand, 1880 — Pamp. [5606] 

Grant-Duff (M. E.) : a Sketch — Escott's Pillars of the Empire [1553] 

Grantham (Sir Thos.) Voyage to Batavia, 1683-84— MuBEAY, Asia, i. 284 [1344] 

Grasser (Johann Jacob) Notes on England, circa 1606 [2937] 

Graves (Capt. T.) Gulfs of Kos and Symi, Anatolia-^. R.G.S. viii. 428 ... [1868] 

Thelsleof Skyros— J.R.G.S. xix. 162 ■■• [1879] 

Gray (Rev. J. H.) China and the People. 2 vols. 8vo. 1878 [3393] 

(Bishop) Journals of Visitations, 1848-50. 18mo. ..* [4242] 

Life of Robert Gray, Bishop of Cape Town, 1847-75. 2 vols. 8vo... [4256] 

(Robert Kaye) Telegraph Cable Expeditions, 1881-82. 4 vols. 8vo. [2547-50] 



[1752] 
... [2082] 
... [2082] 
... [2080] 
... [1963] 
... [1965] 
[2727] 
[1967] 
[2728] 
[1939] 
[3806] 
[5560] 
[1965] 



[4804] 
[2920] 
[6257] 
[1951] 



■ (S. 0.) British Sea-Veeds. 12mo.' 1867 
Greaves (J.) The Pyramids — Tuevenot, i. ; Ray ; Churchill, ii. 625 

Measures and Weiglits of the Ancients — Churohill, ii. 675 

Latitude of Con.stantinople and Rhodes — Ray 

Greely (Major Adolphus) Arctic Expedition— P. R.G.S. (N.S.)iv. 171 

Relief Expedition— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 221 

The Rescue of Greely by Schley and Soley. 8vo. 1885. 

Exploration of Grinnell Land— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 156 ... 

Three Years of Arctic Service, 1881-84. 2 vols. 8vo. 

Green (F.) Exped. in Search of the R. Cunene— P.R.G.S. ii. 350 

(J. Baker) The Hebrew Migration from Egypt. Svo. 1883. 

- — • (Wm. S.) The High Alps of New Zealand. 12mo. 1883. ... 

Southern Alps of New Zealand— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 57 ... 

Greenough (G.iB.) Presidential Addresses — J.R.G.S. x. p. xliiL xi. p. xxxix. [1870] 
Greenwell (William) British Barrows and Sepulchral Mounds. 8vo. 1877 [2993] 
Greeves (A. F. A. ) Hunting the Blacks — SMyTn',s Aboriginies of Victoria 
Greg (Edw.) and Rathbone (S. G.) Cruise among the Faroes, 1854. 4to. 
Gregor (Rev. John) Mission Tours Moreton Bay Dist. N. S. W. 1843 . 
Gregory (Capt.) Attempt of Native to reach Tibet— P. R. G. S. xiv. 214 . 

(Sir Aug. C. and F. T.) Australian Explorations, 1846-61. Svo. 1884 [4748] 

Expedition in Western Australia, 1846— J.R.G.S. xviii. 26 [1878] 

Expedition Northward of Perth, 1848— J.R.G.S. xxii. 57 [1882] 

North Australian Expedition— P.R.G.S. i. ; J.R.G.S. xxviii ... [1888] 

■ Search for Remains of Leichhardt's Party, 1858— P.R.G.S.' iii. 18 ... [1940] 

Western Australian Expedition, 1857-58— P.R.G.S. iii. 34 [1940] 

North Australian Expedition, 1855-56— P.R.G.S. V. 2 [1942] 

. Exploration of the R. Burdekin—P.R.G.S. V. 121 [1942] 

E.xpedition N. W. Coast of Australia, 1861— J.R.G.S. xxxii. 372 ... [1892] 

■ (Benj.) The Thorough Business Man ; W. Powell, Melbourne. 12mo. [5139] 

(Rev. Wm.) Second Voyage and Capture of the " Duft'." Svo. 1800 [2416] 

Grenfell (Rev. George) The Cameroons District— P. R. G. S. (N.S.) iv. 585 [1963] 

■ Explorationson the Congo— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 353 [1966] 

Tributaries of the Congo— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 627 [1967] 

GrenviUe (Sir R.) Fight in the " Revenge," 1591— Hakluyt, ii. pt. ii. 169 [2063] 

Voyage to Virginia, 158.5 — Hakluyt, iii. 251 [2064] 

Greswell (Wm.) Education of South African Tribes— P. R.C.I, xv. 68 ... [2015] 

Gretton (Mrs. G.) The Englishwoman in Italy. 12mo. 1862 [3137] 

Greville (Edward) Official Year Book and Dii-ectory of Australia. Svo. v. d. [5052] 
Grey (Lord Howick, Earl) Speech, June 18, 1845, Debate on New Zealand [5433] 

Colonial Policy of Lord Russell's Administration. 2 vols. Svo. 1853 [1501] 

. — — (C.) Italian Travels in Persia, 15th & 16th Cent.— Hakluyt Soc. ... [2161] 

. (Sir G.) Expedition N.W.Australia— J.R.G.S. viii. 454 [1868] 

Expeditions into N. W. and W. Australia. 2 vols. Svo [4720] 

Vocabulary of the Dialects, S. W. Australia, 1841— Pamp. ... [4812] 

Maori Mementos and Addi-esses to Sir G. Grey. Svo. 1855 ... [5468] 

Polynesian Mythology. 12mo. 1855 [5469] 

Catalogue of Sir George Grey's Library : Philolof^. 8vo. 1858-59 [6328] 

Gribble (Rev. J. B.) Black but Comely: Aboriginal Life in Australia. 12mo. [4809] 
Grieve (J.) History and Description of Kamtschatka. 4to. 1764 ...[3290] 

Griffin, Memoirs of Capt. Wilson, with Voyages of the " Dutf." 12mo. ... [2419] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. Ixv 



No. in Catalogue. 
Griffin (Sir Lepel) Famous Momiments of Central India. 4to. 1886 ,..[3601] 
Griffis (W. E.) The Mikado's Empire : a History of Japan. 8vo. 1876 ... [3445] 

Corea, the Hermit Nation. 8vo. 1882 [3420] 

Griffith (Charles J. ) State and Prospects of Port Phillip. 12mo. 1845 ... [5093] 

(T. E.) Sierra Leone, Past, Present, Future— P.R.C.I. xiii. 56 ... [2013] 

Griffiths (G. L.) Fiji Directory and Hand-Book, 1879— Pamp [5645] 

(Major A. J.) Sketches of Statesmen — Pillars of the Empire. 12mo. [1553] 

Grijalva and Alvarado, Voyage to the Moluccas, 1537— Burney, i. 180 [2101] 
Grimes (Charles) Survey of Port Phillip, 1802-3— Shillinolaw's Records [5081] 
Grotius, Eights of War and Peace, Notes by Barbcyrac. Folio. 1738 ... [1412] 
Grove (Sir Geo. ) and Dr. Wm. Smith, Atlas of Ancient Geography. Folio. [1121] 
Grover (Capt.) Arguin, West Coast of Africa— J. E. G. S. xvi. 162 ... [1846] 

Grueber et d'Orville (P.P.) Voyage h la Chine— Thevenot, ii [2078] 

Guaguino (Alesaandro) Sarniatia Europea — Eamu-sio, ii. Surp [2028] 

Gualle, Pacific Voyages, 1582-84— Burney, ii. 58; v. 164;Hakluyt, iu.442 [2064] 
Gualteri, Relationi Ainbasciatori Giaponesi Ji Roma. 12mo. 1586 ... [3435] 
Guarracino (M. F.) Excursion from Batum to Artvin — J.R.G.S. xv. 296... [1875] 

Gubbins (Charles) Notes on the Ruins at Mahabalipuram [3551] 

(J. H.) Ascent of Fuji-Yama, Japan— P.E.G.S. xvii. 78 [1954] 

Gudbrandus Thorlacius, Iceland and Greenland — Haklttyt, i. 590 ... [2061] 

Gudgeon (Lieut.) Reminiscences of the War in New Zealand. 12mo. 1879 [5536] 
Guignes (De) Navigations des Chinois du C8te de I'Amerique — ViNING ... [1319] 

Guilfoyle(W. R.) Australian Botany. 8vo. 1878 [1762J 

Guillemin (Amedee) The Forces of Nature. Royal 8vo. 1877 [1683] 

Application of Physical Forces. Royal Svo. 1877 [1683] 

Gulielmus Peregi'inus, Voyage to Palestine, 1190 — Hakluyt, ii. 30 ... [2062] 
Gully (J.) Chromolithographs of New Zealand Scenery. Folio. 1877 ...[5530] 
Gunst (Dr.) Explorations in North of Madagascar— P. R. G. S. ix. 289 ... [1946] 
Gunther (Albert) Flying Fish ; Ichthyology ; Reptiles, &c.— Ency. B. [2269, &o.] 
Gurley(R. R.) Life of JeUudiAshmun, Colonial Agent in Liberia. 8vo. 1835 [4030] 
Gurner(H. F.) Chronicle of Port Phillip, 1770-1840. Svo. 1876— Pamp. [5171] 

Gurney (Joseph J.) A Winter in the West Indies. 8vo. 1840 [6002] 

Gusmau (Nunno di) Relation of New Spaine, 1530— PuRCHAS, iv. 1556 ... [2075] 

• Relatione, ic—RAMUslo, iii. 277 [2029] 

Giissfeldt (Paul) The Chilian-Argentine Andes— P.l:.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 658... [1965] 
Gustafson (Axel) The United States and the Panama Canal, 1882— Pamp. [6062] 
Gutchsmid (von) Persia ; Greek & Parthian Empires — Ency. Bp.it. xviii... [2278] 
Gutuere, wife of Baldwin, Voyage to Jerusalem, 1097 — Hakluyt, ii. 10 ... [2062] 

Gutzlatr (Chas.) Siara and the Coast of China— J. R. G. S. iii. 291 [1863] 

Oil the Country of the Free Lao— J.R.G.S. xi.x. 33 [1879] 

- — Geography of Cochin-China— J. E.G.S. xix. 85 [1879] 

■ ^Tibet andSefan— J.E.G.S. XX. 191 [1880] 

Gnylforde (Sir Richard) Pylgrymage to the Holy Land, 1506. 4to. 1851... [3764] 
Guyot (Arnold) Creation, or the Biblical Cosmogony. 12mo. 1884 ... [1692] 

Guyot Ducloz, Voyage to Chili and Peru, &c. — Burney, v. 136 [2105] 

Guzman (A. E. de) Adventures in Spain, Peru, &c. — Hakluyt Soc. xxix. [2141] 
Gy.sbertz (Reys) Relation des Martyrs du Japon — Thevenot, i. 31 ... [2077] 

H (G.) New Zealand Colonisation, 1840— Martin's Col. Mag. ii. 206 [1479] 

H (T. F.) Mozambique ; its Resources, &c. 1884— Ency. Brit. xvii. 7.. [2277] 

H (T. W.) Expedition 100 miles E. of Swan River, 1831- Stirling... [4715] 

Haast (Sir Julius von) Geological Reports, Canterbury, N. Z. Folio ... [5492] 

Mountains and Glaciers of Canterbury — J.R.G.S. xxxiv. 87 [1894] 

■ ■ Altitudes betw. E. and W. Co.ists, Canterbury— J. R. G. S. xxxvii. 328 [1897] 

■ Topography of the Southern Alps, N. Z.— J.R.G.S. xl. 433 [1900] 

■ -Descriptions to Gully's N. Z. Scenery. Folio. 1877 [5530] 

• Geology of Canterbury and Westlaud, N. Z. 8vo. 1879 [5539] 

Hadfield(Wm.) Brazil, River Plate, and the Falklands. Svo. 1858 ...[6123] 

Haeuke (T.) Southern Afllueiits of the Amazons — J.R.G.S. v. 90 [1865] 

Haga (A. ) Nederlandsch NiouwGnineaenPapoescheEilanden. 2 vols. Svo. [4521] 

Hague (Geo.) Imperial Federation ; Position of Canada, 1886 — Pamp. ... [5770] 

Hahn (Rev. C. Hugo) Search for Cunene River— P. E.G. S. u. 350 [1939] 

/ 



Ixvi 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
[1869, 75] 
... [1884] 
[2061-64] 
... [2070] 
... [2119] 
[2115-84] 
... [2011] 
... [1953] 
4to. [4568] 
... [4804] 
... [5775] 
[5710] 
[5770] 
[1636] 
[2006] 
[3999] 
[1966] 
[3414] 
[2469] 
[1944] 
[2687] 



25 



Haines (S. B.) S. andE. Coasts of Arabia— J. E.G. S. ix. 125 jxv. 104 

Magnetic Variations at Aden — J.R.G.S xxiv. 225 

Haklutt (R. ) English Voyages. 3 vols. 1599-1600 (pp. 45-52) 

VoTAGBS Supplementary TO Hakluyt, &c. 4to. 1812 ... 

Voyages Touching the Discovery of America — Hakluyt Soo. vii 

Hakluyt Society's FuBHOATiONS. 1847-86 (pp. 86-92) 

Halcombe (Arthur F.) New Zealand— P. B.C. I. xi. 317 

Hale (Rev. E.) Place of Geography in Education— P. R.G.S. xvi. 450 

(Hor.) Ethnology & Philology, U.S. Exploring Exped. 1838-42 

Halford (Prof) The Crania of Australian Natives— Smyth 

Haliburton(T. C.) History of Nova Scotia. 2 vols. 8vo. 1829 

The Bubbles of Canada. 8vo. 1839 

(R. G.) Diplomacy and its Fruits: Transatlantic Britains, 1872— Pamp, 

Maritime Decline of U. States— P. R.C.I, iii. 194 ; and Pamp. 

American Protection & Canadian Reciprocity — P.R.C.I. vi. 205 

Mount Atlas, and its Traditions. 1883 — Pamp. 

Lost Colonies in British N. America— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) vii 

Hall (Capt. Basil) Voyage to Corea and Loo-Choo. 4to. 1818 

Fragments of Voyages and Travels. 8vo. 1846 

(Capt. Chas. F.) Arctic Expedition- P.R.G.S. vii 99 

Life with the Esquimaux. 2 vols. 8vo. 1864 

Second Arctic Expedition to Repulse Bay, 1864-69— P. R.G. 8. xv. 382 [1952] 

Second Arctic Expedition, 1864-69. 4to. 1879 [2693] 

Narrative of the Exped. in the " Polaris," 1871-73. 4to. 1881 ... [2697] 

.(E. H.) Lands of Plenty : British North America. 12mo. 1879... [5738] 

The Home Colony : Guide Book to Newfoundland. 12mo. 1882 ... [5861] 

- (James) Voyages to Greenland, 1605-6— Purchas, iii. 814-26 ... [2074] 

■ - Voyage to thoN. "West, 1612— Rundall [2117] ; Churohill, vi. 241 [2086] 

(Bp. ) Muiulus Alter et Idem sive Terra Australis. 12mo. 1607 ... [1411] 

- — (J. C.) Vi.sit to Corea, 1882— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 274 [1964] 

(Mr. & Mr.s. S. C.) Ireland : its Scenery, kc. 3 vols. Roy. 8vo. 1841 [2975] 

(Capt. Vine) Description of the Island of Rapa— P. R. G. S. xiii. 83 ... [1950] 

Hallett (Holt S. ) Railway, Bun»ah to China— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 1 ... [1967] 
Halley (E.) Voyage to the S. Atlantic, 1698-1700— Burnby, iv. 386 ... [2104] 
Hamel, Desor. of Corea, 1666 -Churchill, iv. 573 [2084] ; Burnby iii. 199 [210.3] 

Hamilton's Mexican Hand- Book. 8vo. 1884 [6972] 

• (Alex.) Letters from Phocion to Considerate Citizens, 1784 — Pamp... [5951] 

(Andrew) Sixteen Months in the Dani.sh Isles. 2 vols. 12mo. 1852 [2900] 

(Arch.) On the Colonies. (Statistical Society.) 1872— Pamp. ...[1636] 

(F. J.) Nova Scotia and N. Brunswick Industries — Pamp [5795] 

(Francis) Account of Nepaul — Murray, vina, ii. 471 [1344] 

(George) Voyage Round the World in the " Pandora." 8vo. 1793... [2396] 

(Lord George) : a Sketch— Esoott's Pillars of the Empire [1553] 

(H. G.) Liverpool Plains and Moreton Bay— J.R.G.S. xiii. 245 ... [1873] 

(J. C.) The Prairie Province : Ontario to L. Winnipeg. 12mo. 1876 [5807] 

(Capt. R. V.) Coast of Labrador— P.R.G.S. ix. 131 [1946] 

Open Water in the Polar Basin— P. R. G. S. xiii. 234 [1950] 

• On Morrell's Antarctic Voyage, 1823— P.R.G.S. xiv. 145 [1951] 

(W. J.) On the Position of Tavium— J.R.G.S. vii. 74 [1867] 

Journeys in Asia Minor, 1836-37— J.R.G.S. vii. 34 ; viii. 137... [1867-68] 

Researches in Asia Minor, Pontus, and Armenia. 2 vols. 8vo. 1842 [3721] 

Antiquities of Asia Minor, Pontus, &c.— J.R.G.S. xiii. 148 [1873] 

French MSS., Books, &c., on Madagascar— J. R. G. S. xx. 75... ... [1850] 

Presidential Addresses— J. R. G. S. xviii. p. xxxi. ; xix. p. xxxiii. [1878-79] 

(W. R.) Presidential Addresses— J. R.G.S. viii. p. ix. xii. p. xiii [1868-73] 

Hammer (Baron von) Ruinsof Al Hadhr— J.R.G.S. xii. 261 [1872] 

Hamond (W. ) Madagascar : Arguments for Planting a Colony there. 1640 [4376] 
Hamor (Ralph) Provinciiu Virginife, Pocahontas, &c.— De Bry G.V. x. ... [2039] 

Notes of Virginian Affairs, 1614— Purchas, iv. 1766 [2075] 

Handt(Rev. J. C. S.) Mission to Australian /-borigines, 1835— McArthuii [4868] 

Hann (W.) Ex; .edition in N. Queensland— PR. G.S. xviii. 87 [1955] 

Hanna(ReT. S. W.)NotesofaVisittoHavti. 12mo. 1836 [6000] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Ixvii 



No. in Catalogue. 
Hannaford (Samuel) Sea and Eiverside Rambles In Victoria. 12mo. 1860 [5123] 

Hannay (James) History of Acadia. 8vo. 1880 [5786] 

Hannibal's Passage of the Alps, by Prof. Paul Chaix— J.R.G.S. xxv. 182... [1885] 

by Douglas Freshfleld— P. R.G.S. (N.S.)viii. 638 [1967] 

Hanno, Navigatione nelle parti dell' Africa — Ramusio, iii [2029] 

— Voyage— PuECHAs, j. 87 [2071] ; Harris, i [2094] 

See also Vincent, Rennell. Stanier Clarke, Bpnbury [1125] 

Hanson, Route of Gen. Nightingall from Kosseir to Khennah. 8vo. 1820 [3876] 

Hanway (Jonas) Journey to Persia, 1743 — MuKeay, Asia, i. 355 [1344] 

Harcourt (Robert) Voyage to Guiana, 1608-11— Puechas, iv. 1267 ... [2075] 

Descrijjtion of New England, Virginia, &c. — De BrV, xiii [2042] 

(Capt. A. F. P.) On the Himalayan Valleys— J. R.G.S. xli. 245 ... [1901] 

Harcus (Wm.) South Australia; its History, Resources, &c. 8to. 1876 [5205] 

Hand-book for Emigrants to S. Australia, 1873 — Pamp [5225] 

Hardiiie, Voyage of 200 Christian ships to Joppa, 1102— Hakmjyt, ii. 12 [2062] 

Harding(J.)TheDesei-t of Atacama— J.R.G.S. xlvii. 250 [1907] 

Hardwicke (Capt.) Journey to Serinagur, 1796 — Murray, Asia, ii. 385 ... [1344] 

Hardy (Lt. R. W. H.) Travels in Mexico, 1825-28. 8vo. 1829 [5964] 

Hare (S.) Voyage to Brazil, 1580— Hakliiyt, iii. 704 [2064] 

Hareborne (Ambassador) Voyage to Constantinople, 1582 — Hakl. ii. 165 [2062] 

Journey, Constantinople to London, 1588 — Haklttyt, ii. 289 ... [2062] 

Hargraves (E. H.) Australia and its Gold Fields. 12mo. 1855 [4953] 

Hargreaves, Geology of Western Australia — P.R.G.S. viii. 32 [1945] 

Hariot (T.) De Commodis et lucolarum Ritibus Virginiie — De BrY ... [2030] 
Harleian Collection op Voyages. 2 vols. Folio. 1747. (pp. 74, 75) [2087-88] 
Harrington (Sir J. ) Oceana, Popular Government, &c. L. P. FoUo. 1737... [1414] 
Harris (Alex. ) Settlers and Convicts : 16 Years in Australia. ISmo. 1847 [4906] 

Guide to Port Stephens Settlement. 18mo. 1849 [4920] 

(A. C.) Indiana— Enoy. Brit. xii. 813 [2272] 

(John, D. D. ) Collection OF Voyages, by CampbelL 2 vis. Folio. [2094-95] 

(W. J.) Commercial Advantages of Federation— P. R. C. I. xiii. 209 ... [2013] 

(Capt. W. C.) Expedition into Southern Africa, 1836-37. 8vo. ... [4168] 

Harrison (Robert) Colonial Sketches in South Australia. 12mo. 1862 ... [5198] 
Harry (Thomas) Northern Territory of S. Australia— P. R. C.I. Xiii. 303 ... [2013] 
Hart (Chas. H.) City of Philadelphia, 1885— Ency. Brit, iviii. 736 ... [2278] 

Hartog(Dirk) Discoveries W. Australia, 1616— Burney, ii. 456 [2102] 

Hartwig (Dr. Geo.) The Sea and its Living tVondere. 8vo [1690] 

The Polar World : Man and Nature in Arctic and Antarctic Regions. [1690] 

The Subterranean World : Volcanoes, Cave Dwellings, &c. 8vo. ... [1690] 

The Tropical World : Man and Nature in Equatorial Regions. 8vo. [1690] 

The Aerial World : Phenomena of the Atmosphere. 8to [1690] 

Harven (Emile) La Nouvelle Zelande. Roy. 8vo. 1883 

Harvey (Rev. M.) Labrador — Enoy. Brit. xiv. 175 

Newfoundland, 1884— Enoy. Brit, xviii 382 

Across Newfoundland with Gov. Lome, 1879 — Pamp. 

(W. H.) PhycologiaAnstralica. 5 vols. Roy. 8«o. 1858-63 

Hassell (Joseph) From Pole to Pole : a Hand-Book of Missions. 12mo. 1866 

Hatch (Arthur) Occurrences in Japan, 1623 — Purcha.s, ii. 1696 

(John) Voyage to the Ea.st Indies, 1616-21— PtiRCHAS, i. 618 

Hathomthwaite (K.) St. Lawrence Canals and N.-W. Trade, 1877 

Hatton (Joseph) Printing — Brit. Industries 

Hauslab (Gen.) Arctic Ocean Currents — J.R.G.S. xlv. 34 ... 
Hawes, Factorie of Cranganor under the Samorine, 1615 — Purch. 
Hawkesworth's Voyages of Byron, Wallis, Carteret & Cook. 3 vols. 

Hawkins (Alfred) Picture of Quebec. 12mo. 1834 

(Wm.) Voyage to Brazil, 1530 — Hakluyt, iii. 700 

(Sir John) Voyages to West Indies, 1567-95 — Hakluyt, iii. 500 ... 

(Sir R.) Voyage to South Sea, 1593— Purchas, iv. 1367 

- — - (Wm.) Court of the Great Mogul, 1608-13— Purchas, i. pt. ii. 206... 

(Wm., Sir J., SirR , and Wm.) Voyages, 1530-1613— Hakluyt Soc, 

Hawkridge (Capt.) Voyages towards the N. W., 1619 — Hakluyt Soc. ... 
Hawks, Voyage and Travels in New Spain, 1572-7 — Hakluyt, iii. 462 ... 

/2 



-Pamp. 



603... 

4to. 



[5559] 
[2274] 
[2277] 
[5858] 
[1741] 
[6274] 
[2073] 
12072] 
[5770] 
[1573] 
[1905] 
[2072] 
[2355] 
[5703] 
[2064] 
[2064] 
[2075] 
[2072] 
[2170] 
[2117] 
[2064] 



Ixviii INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 

Hawkwood (Sir John) Travels and Victories in Italy — Hakluyt, ii. 70 ... [2062] 

Hawtayne (G. H.) Brit. Guiana : Catalogue, Col. and Ind. Exh., 1886... [6108] 

Haxthauseu, Transcaucasia. 8vo. 1854 [3274] 

Hay (Sir J. Drumniond) Morocco and the Moors, 1839. 12nio [3988] 

Mission to the Court of Morocco, 1880, by Trotter. 8to [3997] 

(J. S.) District of Akem, W.Africa— J. R.G.S. xlvi. 299 [1906] 

(K. W.) Documentary Notices of New Zealand— J.R.G.S. ii. 133 ... [1862] 

(Wm. Delisle) Brighter Britain ! or Settler and Maori in N.Z. 2 vols. [5556] 

Hayden (F. V.) and Selwyn (A. E. C.) North America — Stanford ... [1254] 

Haydn's Dictionary of Dates, by Vincent. 8vo. 1885 [1381] 

Haydon(G. H.) Five Years in Au-stralia Felix. 8vo. 1846 [5094] 

The Australian Emigrant : a Rambling Story. Svo. 1854 [4947] 

Hayes (Isaac I.) Arctic Boat Journey in 1854. 12mo [2671] 

The Open Polar Sea. Svo. 1867 [2689] 

The Land of Desolation : Adventure in Greenland. Svo. 1871 ...[2692] 

(Robert) Journal at Banda, 1620-21— Purchas, i, pt. ii. 679 [2072] 

Haygarth's(H.W.) Bush Life in Australia. 12mo. 1848 [4915] 

Hayter (H. Heylyn) Notes on the Colony of Victoria. Svo. 1876 [5143] 

Victorian Year Books 1874-75 to 1885-86 [5156] 

Haud-Book of the Colony of Victoria, 1885— Pamp [5171] 

Facts and Figures, 1886 — Thompson's Hand-Book [5154] 

Hayward (G. W.) Journey to Yarkand and Kashgar, 1869— J.R.G.S. xl. 33 [1900] 

Explorations in Gilgit and Yassin, 1869-70— J.R.G.S. xli. 1 [1901] 

Journey in Central Asia — Cas.sell, ii [2252] 

Hazard (Samuel) Cuba, with Pen and Pencil. Svo. 1873 [6015] 

Santo Domingo, with a Glance at Hayti. 8vo. 1873 [6015] 

Hazell's Annual Cyclopfedia of General Topics. Edit, by Price. 12mo. 1886 [1630] 

Head (Sir F. B.) Across the Pampas and Among the Andes. 12mo. 1826 [6153] 

Bubbles from the Brunnen of Nassau. 12mo. 1833 [3164] 

NaiTative of his Canadian Administration, 1835-8. Svo. ... ... [5708] 

The Emigrant. 12mo. 1846 [5715] 

Heaphy (Charles) Narrative of a Residence in N. Zealand. 12mo. 1842... [5421] 

■ and others, Illustrations to Wakefield's New Zealand [5432] 

Hearn(W. E., LL.D.)PlutoIogy. Svo. 1864 [1518] 

The Government of England. Svo. 1870 [152S] 

Heame (S.) Journey, Hudson's Bay to the Northern Ocean, 1769-72. 4to. [2607] 

Heath (E. R.) Exploration of the Beni, 1880-81— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)v. 327... [1964] 

Heathcote, Bengal Currents during S.W. Monsoon— J.R.G.S. xxxii. 234... [1892] 

Heatherington (A.) Gold Fields of Nova Scotia. 12mo. 1868 [5781] 

Gold Yield of Nova Scotia, 1860-72— Pamp [5795] 

Mining Industries of Nova Scotia, 1874 — Pamp [5795] 

Heathman(W.G.) Switzerland in 1854-55. Svo [3087] 

Heaton (J. Henniker) Australian Dictionary of Dates. Roy. Svo. 1S79 ... [5020] 

Heber (Reginald, D D.) Journals and Letters. 3 vols. Svo. Plates, 4to. [3523] 

-New Edition. 2 vols. 12mo. 1861 [3524] 

Hector (Dr. J.) Expedition to W. Coast Otago— J.R.G.S. xxxiv. 96 ... [1894] 

Hand-Book of New Zealand. Svo. 1880 [5606] 

Helena (Empress) Voyage to Jerusalem, 337 — Hakluyt, ii. 1 [2062] 

Heley (W.) Divers Voyages to Greenland, 1617-23— Pukchas, iii. 732 ... [2074] 
Hellwald, Die Erde und Ihre Volke, English translation — Stanford [1250-55] 

Helpman (Lieut.) Coral Discovered R. Irwin, W. A.— J.R.G.S. xviii. 38... [1878] 

Helps (Sir Arthur) Spanish Conquest in America. 4 vols. Svo. 1855-61 [1354] 

Henderson (J.) Observations on N.S. Wales and V.D. Land. Svo. 1832 [4859] 

— — Excursions and Adventures in N.S. Wales. 2 vols. 12mo. 1851... [4925] 

(T. F.) Ireland : Geography and Statistics — Ency. Brit. xiii. 214 ... [2273] 

London; its Growth, Commerce, &c. — Ency. Bkit. xiv. 818 ... [2274] 

(Geo.) and Hume (Allan) Exped. Lahore to Yarkand. Svo. 1873... [3337] 

(T.) Coal in Straits of Magellan— J.R.G.S. xx. 151 [1880] 

Hennessey (Sir Pope) ; a Sketch, by Cashel Hoey — Pillars of the Empire [1553] 

Henry IV., Voyage into Prus.sia and Letto, 1390— Hakluyt, i. 122 ... [2061] 

Voyage with an Army of Englishmen to Tunis— Hakluyt, ii. 69 ... [2062] 

Voyage intended against the Saracens, 1413— Hakluyt, ii. 71 ... [2062] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Ixix 



No. In Catalogue. 
Henry (Prince) of Portngal, Life and Discoveries, by Major ... [1362-63] 

See also Eamusio, i. 96 et scq. [2027] ; Pttrohas, i. pt. ii [2072] 

Henslow (Rev. G.) Uurel— EscT. Brit. .xiv. 348 ; Maize— .xv. 309 [2274-75] 
Hentzner (Paul) Travels in England ; Naunton's Fragmenta Regalia. 8vo. [2933] 

• ■ Extracts from his Travels in England, 1598— Rye [2937] 

Herberstein (Baron Sigismondo)MosCovia et Russia, 1549 — RAMUSl0,ii.l37 [2028] 

Notes upon Russia in 1517 .^nd 1526. 2 vols.— Hakluyt Soc. [2122-23] 

Herbert (Alg.) Cyclops Christianus ; Stonehenge, &o. 8vo. 1849 ...[2978] 

(Sir R. G. W.) : a Sketch— Escott's Pillars of the Empire [1553] 

(St. Leger) Earls Dufferiu and Kimberley — Pillars of the Empire ... [1553] 

Herckman, Voyage to Chili, 1642— Churchill, i. [2081] ; Burney, iii... [2103] 
Hermesdorf (M. G.) Isthmus of Tehuantepec — J.R.G.S. xxxii. 536 
Hermite (Jaques le) Voyage of Nassau Fleet, 1623-26 — De Bet, xiiL 
See also Burnet, iii. 2 



[1892] 
[2042] 
[2103] 
Herndon (\V. L.) and Gibbon, The Amazons and Upper Peru. 2 vols. 8vo. [6121] 
Herodotus, Translated and Edited by Rawlinson. 4 vols. 8vo. 1875... [1120] 

Geographical System of, by Rennell. 4to. 1800 [IHO] 

and his History, by Rawlinson — Enct. Brtt. xi. 756 [2271] 

Herrada, and other Spaniards in China, about 1580 — Purchab, iii. 292 ... [2074] 
Herran (Victor) Chemin de Fer Inter-Oceanique du Honduras — Pamp. ... [6062] 
Herrera (Antonia) Descriptio Indiiie Occidentalis — De Brt, G. V. xii. ... [2041] 

■ Description of the West Indies, 1601— Purchas, iii. 855 [2074] 

Historia General de los Indias Occidentales. 4 vols. Fol. 1725-30 [1326] 

Translated by Capt. John Stevens. 5 vols. 8vo. ... ... ... [1327] 

Herring (A. S.) Emigration as .seen in Canada — Westminster Discus. ... [1532] 

(Chas.) Illegal Seizure of the Ship " Fiancis and Eliza," 1839— Pamp. [1636] 

Herschel (Sir J.) New Projection of the Sphere— J.R.G.S. xxx. 100 ... [1890] 

Letter on Oceanic Circulation— P.R.G.S. XV. 211 [1952] 

Hewett (J. F. Napier) European Settlements, West Coast of Africa. 12mo. [4053] 
Heylyn (Peter) Survey of the Estate of France. Small 4to. 1656 ...[3061] 

Cosmography: Chorography and History of the World. Folio. 1677 [1209] 

Heynes (Edw.) Voyage from Surat to Mokha, 1618— PuRCHAS, i. pt. ii. 622 [2072] 
Heywood (Capt. Peter) Memoir of, by Edward Tagart. 8vo. 1832 ...[2399] 

Hibberd (Shirley) Ivy— Enct. Brit. xiii. 526 [2273] 

Hicks-Beach (Sir M.) : a Sketch— Escott's Pillars of the Empire [1553] 

Hicks (E. L.) Athens, History and Topography— Ency. Brit. iii. 1 ... [2263] 

Greek Inscriptions — Enct. Brit. xiii. 121 [2273] 

Hickson, Climate of the North Pole— J.R.G.S. xxxv. 129 [1895] 

Higgin(E.) Island of Rodriguez— J.R.G.S. xix. 17 [1879] 

Higgius (M. J.) Is Cheap Sugar the Triumph of Free Trade ? 1848— Pamp. [6036] 
Hilhouse (Wm.) Voyage up the Massaroony, 1831— J.R.G.S. iv. 25 ... [1864] 

Warrow-Land of British Guiana— J.R.G.S. iv. 321 [1864] 

Expedition up Cuyuny River— J.R.G.S. -vii. 446 [1867] 

Hill (A. Staveley) An Empire's Parliament— P. R.C.I, xi. 133 [2011] 

From Home to Home : Wanderings in the North-West, 1881-84. 8vo. [5811] 

(C.) Boat Journey Wami River- P.R.G.S. xvii. 337 [1954] 

(Luke M. and Wm. J. D.) On Fallowing Land— Russell P. Essay ... [6099] 

(Richard) A Week at Port Royal, 1855— Pamp [6036] 

■ • (Misses R. and F.) What we Saw in Australia. 12mo. 1875 ...[5007] 

(S. S.) Travels in the Sandwich and Society Islands. 12mo. 1856... [4657] 

Hiuoliliff (T. W.) Rio Janeiro and the Organ Mountains — Cassell, iv. ... [2254] 
Hind (H. Y.) Exploration up Moisie R., Labrador— J.R.G.S. xxxiv. 82 ... [1894] 

(.L R.) Comet— Enct. Brit. vi. 182 [2266] 

Hinds (R. B.) Regions of Vegetation — Belcher's Voyage, ii. App. ... [2466] 
Hines (Rev. H. K.) Ascent of Mount Hood, Oregon— P.R.G.S. xi. 80 ... [1948] 
Kingston (J.) The Australian Abroad: Japan, China, Java, &c. 8vo. 1879 [2870] 

The Australian Abroad : Ceylon, India, Egypt, Palestine, &c. 1880 [2870] 

Hippocrate, Ragiona de gli Scithi — Ramu.sio, iii. 198 [2029J 

Hirth (Fred.) Origin of the Word " Typhoon"— J.R.G.S. i. 260 [1910] 

HjaltaKn (Jon A.) Notes on Iceland — Cassell, ii [2252] 

• Hekla — Cassell, iiL [2253] 

Iceland : Geography, Climate, &c. — Ency. Brit. xii. 616 [2272] 



bt^ 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Hoare (Sir Richard Colt) Classical Tour thro' Italy and Sicily. 2 vols. 8vo. [3125] 
Hobbs (G. ) Travels from Moscow to Ispahan, 1620— Purchas, i. pt. ii. 729 [2072] 
Hobhouse (John Cam) Journey thro' Albania, 1809-10. 2 vols. 4to. ...[3209] 
Hochstetter (F.) New Zealand ; its Physical Geography, &c. 4to. 1867... [5498] 
Hochstrasser (H. de) Facts and Impressions of England, 1880 — Pamp. ... [1636] 

Hocken (T. M.) Lectures on the Early History of New Zealand [5576] 

Hockin(J. P.) Account of the Pelew Islands. 4to. 1803 [2388] 

Hodder (Edwin) Memories of New Zealand Life. 12mo. 1862 [5484] 

Hodges (Wm.) Illustrations to Cook's Second Voyage [2356] 

Travels in India, 1780-83— Murray, ^sia, iL 208 [1344] 

Hodgkin (Thos.) Eavenna : its Art and History— Ency. Brit. xx. 296 ... [2280] 
Hodgkinson (C.) Australia, Port Macquarie to Moreton Bay, 1841-4. 8vo. [4724] 

Hodg.son (C. P.) Reminiscences of Australia. 12mo. 1846 [4903] 

(P.) Island of Yesso— P.R.G.S. v. 113 [1842] 

IJoey (Cashel) Governor Pope Hennessey — Pillars of the Empire [1553] 

Hoffman's Reports on Ural Mountains — J.R.G.S. xix. 31 [1879] 

Hogan (Edm.) Ambassage to Morocco, 1577 — Hakluyt, ii. pt, ii. 64 ... [2063] 

— — (J. Sheridan) Canada, a, Prize Essay, 1885— Pamp [5770] 

Hogg (John) Abila District, near Mount Lebanon — J,R.G.S. xx. 38 ... [1880] 
Holdon (Rev. W. C.) Natal and the Orange Riv. Sovereignty. 8vo, 1855 [4313] 

History of Natal and its Native Races, 8vo. 1855... ... ... [4314] 

The Kaffir Races ; their History, Manners, Customs. &c. 8vo. 1866 [4249] 

The Past and Future of the Kaffir Races. 8vo. 1866 [4248] 

Methodist Missions in South Africa. 8vo, 1877 [4259] 

British Rule in South Africa : Story of Kama. 12mo. 1879 ...[4325] 

Holderness (Maiy) New Russia : Journey to the Crimea. 8vo. 1823 ... [3254] 
Holdich (Sir E. A.) : a Sketch, by Major Griffiths— Pillars of the Empire [1553] 



,65 



[2273] 
[1960] 
[1962] 
[1966] 
... [1966] 
... [2269] 
... [1573] 
... [5606] 
... [6347] 
[1898-99] 
... [2255] 
... [2255] 
8vo.... [2451] 
... [2271] 
[2272, 77] 
... [6243] 



• (Capt. T. H. ) Kandahar— Ency. Bkit. xiii. 835 

Mardian Hills, Bustar Dependency— P.R.G,S. (N.S.) i. 372.. 

■ Geogl. Results of the Afghan Campaign — P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii, 

Afghan Boundaiy Commission— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 39, 160 

Geographical Position of Meshed— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 735 ... 

Holdsworth (E. W. H.) Fisheries — Ency. Brit. ix. 243 

Sea Fisheries — Brit. Industries 

Holgate (C. W.) Chief Libraries of New Zealand, 1886— Pamp. ... 

Chief Libraries of Australia and Tasmania, Royal 8vo. 1886 

Holland (F. W.) Sinai Peninsula— J. R.G.S. jgcxviii. 237 ; xxxix. 342 

— ■ — Recollections of Spanish Travel — Cassell, v 

Ten Days at Seville, 1867 — Cassell, v, 

Holman (the Blind Traveller) Voyjige Round the World, i vols, 

Holmes (E. M.) Herbarium — Ency. Brit, xi, 715 

India-Rubber, or Caoutchouc — Ency. Brit. xii. ; Opiupi, xvii. 

(Rev. John) Missions of the United Brethren. 8vo. 1827... 

Holm wood (Fred.) The Kingani River, E. Africa— J. R. G. S. xlvii. 253 ... [1907] 

Holroyd (A- T.) Letter on the Quarantine Laws, 1839— Pamp [1636] 

• Journey to Kordofan, 1836-37— J.R.G.S. ix. 163 [1869] 

. Banks for Ne^ Zealand — N, Z. Portfolio [5422] 

Holub (Dr. Emil) Seven Years in South Africa, 1872-79. 2 vols [4193] 

Trade of Cape Colonies with Central Africa— P.R.C.I. xi. 55 ... [2011] 

Journey through Central South Africa— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 166 ... [1961] 

HonejTiian (Rev. D.) Geology of Arisaig, Nova Scotia, 1864--PAMP. ... [5795] 

Hood (John) Australia and the East. 8vo. 1843 ...[4888] 

(T. H.) Cruise of the "Fawn," W. Pacific, 1862. 8vo [2501] 

Hooker (Sir Wm. J.) Journal of a Tour in Iceland, 1809. 2 vols. 8vo... [2916] 

Tussac Grass— J.R.G.S. xii. 265 [1872] 

• A Century of Ferns. 4to. 1854 [1739] 

(Sir Joseph D.) Antarctic Botany. Coloured. 2 vols. 4to. 1844 47... [1734] 

• Flora Novffi-Zelandiae. Cotatrei^ Plates. 2 vols. 4to. 18.'53-55 ... [1735] 

. Flora Tasmauise. Colmircd Plates. 2 vols. 4to. 1860 [1736] 

Niger Flora ; Plants Collected by Dr. Vogel, &c. 8vo. 1849 ... [1737] 

Rhododendrons of Sikkim— Himalaya. Coloured Plates. Fol. 1849 [1738] 

Fourth Excursion to Passes in Tibpt by Donkii^h Lah— J.R.G,S. xx. 19 [1880] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Ixxi 



No. in Catalogue. 
Hooker (Sir Joseph D. ) Himalayan Journals. 2 vols. 8vo. 1854 ... [3546] 

Essay on the Fbra of Australia — Introil. to Flora Tasmanioe ... [1736] 

Hand-Book to the New Zealand Flora. 8vo. 1867 [1749] 

Ascent of the Atlas Mountains— P.R.G.S. XV. 212 [1952] 

Brit. Association Address, 1881— P.R.G.8. (N.S.) iii. 595 [1962] 

(and John Ball) Tour in Morocco and the Great Atlas. 8vo. ... [3996] 

Hooper (W. H.) Ten Mouths among the Tents of the Tuski. 8vo. 1853 [2662] 
Hope (F. W.) African Entomology— Col. Mag. iii. 13, &c. ; iv. 317 ... [1479] 

(Percy) Delagoa Bay and the Gold Fields— J. R. G. S. xliv. 203 ... [1904] 

Hopkins (Manley) Hawaii, Past, tresent, and Future. 12mo. 1866 ...[4663] 

(Thomas) On Arid Countries— J.R.G.S. xxvi. 158 [1886] 

Winter Temperature of British Islands— J . R. G. S. xxvii. 206 [1887] 

Trade Winds— P. R.G.S. ii. 357 [1939] 

OntheNorthPole— P.R.G.S. iv. 100 [1941] 

Hopkirk (J. G.) Insurrection in St. Domingo, 1791— Pamp [6036] 

Hore ( Capt. E. C.) Lake Tanganyika— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 1 [1963] 

(M.) Voyage to Newfoundland, &c., 1536— Hakluyt, iii. ,29 ... [2064] 

Hore8(W.) Voyage from Surat to Achen, 1618-19— PuRCHAS,i. pt. iL 656... [2072] 

Home (Charles) Indian Storms — Cassell, iii. [2253] 

The Indian Wolf, " Canis Pallipes "— Cassell, iii. [2253] 

Naturalist's Notes N. W. Provinces, India — Cassell, iv [2254] 

(John) Resources of Fiji ; Botanical, Agricultural, &o. 8vo. 1881 ... [5631] 

(R. H.) Aiistralian Facts and Prospects. 12mo. 1859 [5122] 

Hornemann (Fred.) Travels from Cairo to Fezzan, 1797-98. 4to. [3985] ;& [1986] 

Homer (the Misses) Florence — Ency. Beit. ix. 330 [2269] 

Horshurgh (J.) Geography of the Maldive Islands^.E.G.S. ii. 72 ... [1862] 

Horsey (Cnpt. de) on the Comoro Islands— J. R.G.S. xxxiv. 258 [1894] 

(Sir J.) Travels and Residence in Russia, 1575-91 — Hakluyt Soo. [2132] 

Hort (Daniel) Trinidad. 8vo. 1865 [6007] 

Horton (J. A. B.) The West Coast of Africa. 8vo. 1867 [4060] 

Hortop (Job) Travels to the N. of Panuco, 1586 — Hakluyt, iii. 487 ... [2064] 
Hosie, Journey in S. W. China to W. Yunnan— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 371 [1967] 

Hoskyn (Rich.) South Coast of Asia Minor— J.K.G.S. xii. 143 [1872] 

Hotten (J. C.) Abyssinia audits People. 12mo. 1868 [3957] 

Houat(L. T.) Les Marrons, del'Isle Bourbon. 8vo. 1844 [4413] 

Houghton (Maj.) Expedition to the Niger, 1790-91 — African Assoc. 1. [1986] 

(Lord) Report on Opening of Suez Canal— P. R.G.S. xiv. 88 ... [1951] 

Houlding (J. R. ) Stories of Australian Life. 5 vols. 12mo. 1867-81 ... [5034] 
Houston (Mrs.) Twenty Years in the Wild West (Connaught). 12mo. ... [2996] 
Houtman (Cornelius) Voyages to Java (1595-98)— Supp. to Hakluyt ... [2070] 

• Hakley, ii. 393 [2088] ; Davis [2172] ; Db Jonge [1357] 

Howard (F.) Marine Survey, North Australia— J. R.G.S. xxxvi. 227 ... [1896] 

Howe (Robert) Australasian Almanac, 1827. 8vo [4851] 

Howell (George) National Industrial Insurance and Liability, 1880 — Pamp. [1636] 

(James) Instructions for Fonen Travell. 18mo. 1650 [1283] 

(Rev. Wm.) Second Voyageof the "Duff." 12mo. 1809 [2417] 

■ (Mrs. W. May) The Diggings and the Bush : Australian Tales. 8vo. [5133] 

Howgate (Capt. H. W.) Cruise of the "Florence," 1877-78. 12mo. ... [2715] 

Howison (John) European Colonies. 2 vols. 8vo. 1834. [2843] 

Howitt (A. W.) Notes on Aborigines of Cooper's Creek — Smyth [4804] 

-— Consanguinity and Kinship of Australian Tribe — Smyth [4804] 

Kamilaroi and Kurnai : Australian Tribes. 8vo. 1880 [4806] 

(Richard) Impressions of Australia Felix. 12mo. 1845 [5092] 

(William) Colonisation and Christianity. 12mo. 1838 [1469] 

Tallangetta, the Squatter's Home : a Story. 2 vols. 12mo. 1857... [5114] 

Land, Labour, and Gold : Two Years in Victoria. 2 vols. 12rao. 1858 [5116] 

History of Discovery in Australia, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. 1865 [4757] 

Howland (Edw.) Annals of North America, 1492-1876. 8vo [5930] 

Howorth (H.) Changes in Polar Regions— J.R.G.S. xliii. 240 ; xliv. 252 [1903-4] 
Hoyle(F. W.) Fragments of a Journal saved from Shipwreck. 12mo. 1868 [5501] 

(W.E.) Phosphorescence— Ency. Beit, xviii. 813 [2278] 

Hubert (Bp. of Salisbury) Voyage to Syria, 1190— Hakluyt, ii. 31 ... [2062] 



l:xxii 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 

Hubner (Baron von) Ramble Bound the World in 1871. 12mo [2866] 

Through the British Empire. 2 vols. 12mo. 1886 [2876] 

(Prof. E.) Roman Inscriptions — Ency. Brit. xiii. 124 [2273] 

Hue (Abbe) Chinese Empire, Tartary, and Thibet. 5 vols. 8vo. 1855-58 [3382] 
Hudson (H.) Descriptio Novi ad Aquilonem,&c. — De Bry PetitVoyage.s,x. [2052] 

Voyages and Discoveries, 1607-10 — Purchas, iii. pp. 567-609 ... [2074] 

Voyages, edited by G. M. Asker — HakluytSoo. xxvii [2139] 

Hiigel (Barou C.) Himraa-leh Mts. and Cashmir, 1835— J.R.G.S. vi. 343... [1866] 
Hughes (Rev. T. S.) Travels in Greece and Albania. 2 vols. 1830 ...[3212] 

(Wm.) and Dempsev (J. M.) Our Ocean Highways. 8vo [1295] 

(Rev. W.) Tour through France in 1802. 8vo [3064] 

Hull (Edward) Physical History of the British Isles. 8vo. 1882 ...[3004] 

Survey of "We.stern Palestine. 4to. 1886 [3807] 

(E. C. P.) Coffee Planting in India and Ceylon. 12mo. 1877 ...[3567] 

(Hugh Munro) Forty Years in Tasmania. 12mo. 1839 — Pamp. ... [5375] 

Tasmania and its Wealth in Timber— P. R.C.I, iv. 169 ; v. 160 [2004-5] 

■ (Prof.) Building Stones — Brit. Industries [1573] 

Hulton (Dr.) Curia Muria Isles, Coast of Arabia — J.R.G.S. xi. 156 ... [1871] 

Humbert (Aime) A European Sojourn in Japan — Cas.sell, i [2251] 

Humboldt (l?aron Alex, von) Travels in America, 1799-1804. 8 vols. 8vo. [1350] 
— — Researches, Ancient Inhabitants of America. 2 vols. 8vo. ... [1350] 

Kingdom of New Spain. 4 vols. 8vo. [1350] 

Atlas Pittoresque : Vues de Cordilleras, &c. Folio. 1810 [1350] 

Geognostical Essay on the Superposition of Rocks. 8vo. 1823 ... [1350] 

Geographic duNouveau Continent XV«et XVI" Siecles. 5 vols. 12mo. [1350] 

Level of the Black and Caspian Seas— J. R. G. S. viii. 135 [1868] 

Aspects of Nature. 2 vols. 12mo. 1849 [1350] 

Cosmos : Physical Description of the Universe. 5 vols. 12mo. 1849-58 [1350] 

Life of Humboldt, by J. Lowenbcrg, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. 1873 ...[1350] 

Hume (Joseph) Letters on Proceedings of Sir J. Brooke, 1853 — Pamp. ... [4484] 
Hunt (Carew) Description of St. Mary, Azores — J.R.G.S. xv. 258 ... [1875] 

Description of St. Michael, Azores— J.R.G.S. XV. 268 [1875] 

(Commander) Ascent of the Congo— P. R.G.S. ii. 374 [1939] 

(Fred.) 25 Years in N. Z. and Chatham Islands. 1866— Pamp. ... [5606] 

(Rev. John) Missionary to Fiji, 1838-48. By G. S. Rowe. 12rao. ... [5618^ 

Life of Rev. W. Cross, Missionary to Fiji. 12mo [5616 

Hunter (Adm. J. ) Journal of Transactions at Port Jackson. 4to. 1793... [4829 

(John) Bee and Beekeeping — Ency. Brit. iii. 484 [1875 

(John D.) Captivity among the N. American Indians. 8vo. 1823... [5899] 

(W. A.) Roman Law, embodying Gains and Justinian. 8vo. 1876... [1407] 

(W.W.) Imperial Gazetteer of India. 9 vols. 8vo. 1881 [3587] 

The Indian Empire ; its History, People, and Products. 8vo. 1881 [3587] 

India in 1881 ; its Geography, Population, Commerce, Administration, &e. 

Also Arts. — As.sam ; Bengal ; Bombay ; Calcutta ; Cawnpur ; Central Pro- 
vinces ; Dacca ; Dellii ; Sladras ; Mysoi-e ; &c. — Ency. Brit. [2262, &c] 
Huntington (Earl) Voy. to Jeru.salem and Sinai, 1394 — Hakluyt, ii. 70... [2062] 

(R.) Of the Porphyry Pillars in Egypt— R.iY [2080] 

Hurlbert (J. Beaufort) Britain and her Colonies. 8vo. 1865 [1521] 

■ Physical Atlas of the Dominion of Canada. 4to. 1880 [5743] 

Hursthouse (Charles) Settlement at New Plymouth. 12mo. 1849 ... [5445] 

New Zealand, the Britain of the South. 2 vols. 12mo. 1857 ... [5476] 

N. Z. Bradshaw : Guide to "Britain of the South," 1858— Pamp. ... [5606] 

Huskisson (Wm.) Speeches on Colonial Policy. 8vo. 1825 [1450] 

Hussey(H.) The Australian Colonie.s. 12mo. 1852 [4936] 

Hutchinson (Edw. ) The Lost Continent [Africa]. 8vo. 1880 [406,5] 

Victoria Nyanza Church Miss. Exped. — P.R.G.S. xxi. 498 [1958] 

Ascent of Binue River, 1879— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 289 [1961] 

(T.J.) Impressions of Western Africa. 8vo. 1858 [4049] 

Ten Years^ Wanderings— Senegal to Gaboon. 8vo. 1861 [4051] 

Buenos Ayres and Argentine Gleanings, 1862-63. 8vo [6157] 

Journey through Argentine Provinces — J.R.G.S. xxxiv. 226 [1894] 

Pai-aguay during the War — Cassell, i. [2251] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Hutchinson (T. J.) The Parana, Incidents of Paraguayan War, 1861-68. 8vo [6159] 

Two Years in Peru, with Expl. of Antiquities. 2 vols. 8vo. 1873 [6195] 

Summer Holidays in Brittany. 12mo. 1876 [3069] 

Huth (Henry) Description of his De Bry Collection. 4to. 1880 [6334] 

Huttman, Chinese and Europeau Maps of China — J.R.G.S. xiv. 117 ... [1874] 

Button (Catherine) The Tour of Africa. 3 vols. 8vo. 1819-21 [1216] 

(James) Missionary Life in the Southern Seas. 12mo. 1874 ... [4601] 

Central Asia: from the Aryan to the Cossack. 8vo. 1875 [3324] 

Huxley (T. H.) Oceanic Hydrozoa. 4to. 1851 [1653] 

Lessons in Elementary Physiology. 12mo. 1881 ... ... ... [1653] 

Elementary Instruction in Practical Biology. 12mo. 1883 [1653] 

Physiography: lutrod. to the Study of Nature. 12mo. 1883 ... [1653] 

American Addresses : Evolution, Biology, &c. 8vo. 1877 [1653] 

Lay Sermons, Addi-esses, and Reviews. 8vo. 1883 [1653] 

Science and Culture, and other Essays. 8vo. 1882 [1653] 

Critiques and Addresses. 8vo. 1883 .. [1653] 

Actinozoa ; Amphibia; Biology ; Evolution— Ency. Brit. ... [2261, &c.] 

Hwen Tlisang, Travels of — Cunningham, Ancient Geography of India ... [3508] 
Hyams (Abr. ) Jamaica ; its Constitution and Government, 1874 — Pamp... [6036] 

lambulus, Navigatione di Jambolo — Ramusio, i. 174 , ...[2027] 

Navigation to Arabia, India, &c. — Purohas, i. 79 ... ... ... [2071] 

Ibn-al-Vardi, Bakni, Central Africa (14th cent.)— Murray, Africa, ii. 529 [1344] 
Ibn Batuta, Travels, Tangierto Egypt, India, &c., 1322-55— Yule's Cathay [2149J 
Ibrahim Khan, Route from Kashmir to Yarkand— P.R.G.S. xv. 387 ... [1952] 
lies (John Alex. Burke) Nevis : Account of the Island. 4to. 1871 ...[6012] 

lUingTv-orth (Adm.) The Isthmus of Cupica— P.R.G.S. i. 86 [1938] 

Im Thurn (E. F.) Journey into British Guiana— P.R.G.S. (N.8.) ii. 465... [1961] 

Ascentof Mount Roraima—P.R.G.S. (N.S.)vii. 497 [1966] 

Inglefeld (E. A.) Voyage of the " Isabel "—J.R.G.S. xxiii. 136 [1883] 

A Summer Search for Eranklin. 8vo. 1863 [2663] 

Inglis(H.D.) Journey through Ireland, 1834. 2 vols. 12mo [2974] 

(James) Our Australian Cousins. 8vo. 1880... ... ... ... [5026] 

(John, Bp. of Nova Scotia) Visitation Journals, 1843-45 [6257] 

Ingram (Gov.) Expedition up the Gambia — J.R.G.S. xvii. 150 [1877] 

(J. K.) Political Economy : Historical, Critical — Ency. Brit. xix. 346 [2279] 

Ingulph (Abbot of Croyland) Voyage to Jerusalem, 1064 — Haki.uyt, ii. 8 [2062] 
Innes (C. L.) Canterbury Sketches [N".Z.]. By a Pilgi-im. 12mo. 1879 [5542] 

(John) Letter on Negro Apprenticeship, 1838— Pamp. [6036J 

(Rev. Wm.) Liberia, American Colony of Free Negroes. 18mo. 1833 [4029] 

Irby(C. L.)andMangles(James)TravelsinEgypt, Syria, &c., 1817-18. 8vo. [3877] 
Ireland (A.) Geogi-aphy and History of Oceania and Australasia. 12mo. [4744] 
Irminger (Adm.) Arctic Current round Greenland — J.R.G.S. xxvL 36 ... [1886] 

Icelandic Currents— P. R.G.S. V. 225 [1942] 

Gulf Stream in N. Atlantic— P. R. G. S. xiii. 226 [1950] 

Surface Temperature, N.Atlantic— J. R.G.S. xl. 441 [1900] 

"Frislanda" of the Zeni is Iceland— J.R.G.S. xlix. 398 [1909] 

Irving (Washington) Life and Voyages of Columbus. 4 vols. 8vo. 1828... [2303] 

TheAlhambra. By Geoffrey Crayon. 2 vols. 8vo. 1832 [3031] 

Irwin (Eyles) Voyage up the Red Sea, Egypt, Arabia, &c., 1777-81. 8vo... [3840] 

(Capt. F.C.) State and Position of West Australia. 8vo. 1835 ...[5286] 

Isbister (A. K.) Account of Peel River (1845)— J.R.G.S. xv. 332 [1875] 

Proposal for Penal Settlement, Brit. N. America, 1850 — Pamp. ... [5770] 

Isenberg and Krapf, Journey to Abyssinia — J.R.G.S. x. 455 ... ... [1870] 

Ivens(R.)andCapello (H.) Benguellato Yacca. 2 vols. 8vo. 1882 ... [4102] 
Iver Boty, Course from Iceland to Greenland, 1608 — PuROHAS, iii. 518 ... [2074] 
Izett (F. W.) New Zealand in 1870, and in 1880— Pamp [5606] 

Jackson (Andrew) Burke's Australian Expedition, 1860. 12mo [4750] 

(B. Daydon) Guide to the Literature of Botany. 8vo. 1881 ...[6338] 

— Vegetable Technology : BibUog. of Economic Botany. 8vo. 1882... [6339] 
Linnaeus— Ency. Brit. xiv. 671 [2274] 



Ixxiv INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No, in Catalogue. 

Jackson (Charlotte, Lady) Fair Lusitania. Royal 8vo. 1874 [3041] 

(James) Bibliogi-aphies Geographiques Sp&iiiles. Svo. 1881 ... [6336J 

(J. G.) Account of Morocco, Timbuctoo, &c. 4to. 1814 [3986] 

Account of Timbuctoo and Houssa. 8vo. 1820 [4023] 

(John) Residence in Feejee, 1840-42— Erskinb, W. Pacific [2489] 

(Col. J. R.) On the Seiches of Lakes— J.R.G.S. iii. 271 [1863] 

On Geographical Nomenclature— J. R.G.S. iv. 72 [1864] 

Congelationof theNeva— J.R.G.S. V. 1 [1865] 

Picturesque Descriptions in Hooka of Travel— J.R.G.S. v. 881 ... [1865] 

Ground Ice in Siberian Rivers— J.R.G.S. vi. 416 [1866] 

Indexto J.R.G.S. Vols. i.-x. 8vo. 1844 [1911] 

What to Observe ; or. The Traveller's Remembrancer. Svo. 1861... [1291] 

Jacobson (H. C.) Stories of Banks Peninsula. 18mo. 1884 [5563] 

Jagor (F.) Travels in the Philijjpines. Svo. 1875 [4477] 

James (A. G. F. Eliot) Indian Industries. 12mo. 1880 [3580J 

(F. L.) The Wild Tribes of the Soudan. 12mo. 1884 [3935] 

Through the Somauli Country— P. R. G. S. (N. S ) vii. 625 [1 966] 

(G. P. R.) History of the U.S. Boundary Question, 1839— Pamp. ... [57701 

— ^(SirH.) Projection of Maps— J.R.G.S. XXX. 106 [1890] 

Levelling, Mediterranean to Dead Sea — J.R.G.S. xxxvi. 201 ... [1896] 

(J. T.) Tour in Germany, Sweden, Prussia, &o. 1813. 2 vols. Svo. [3163] 

(Prosser) Visit to Rome — Cassell, iii [2253] 

(Capt. T.) Voyage towards the North- West, 1631-33— Harris, ii. 406 [2095] 

■ Voyage, edited by Rundall — Hakluyt Soc [2117] 

(T. H.) Six Months in S. Australia, Port PhiUip, &c. 12mo. 1838 [5181] 

(Lord Justice Sir Wm.) The British in India. Svo. 1882 [3590] 

Jameson (R. G.) New Zealand, S. Australia, and N. S. W. 12mo. 1842 [6420] 

— — (Prof.) Polar Seas and Regions. 12mo. 1845 [2647] 

(Dr. W.) Excureion from Quito to R. Napo— J.R.G.S. xxviii. 337 ... [1888] 

Journey, Quito to Cayarabe, 1859— J.R.G.S. xxxi. 184 [1891] 

Jannequin (Claude) Travels in West Africa, 1637— Murray, .4/riai. ... [1344] 
Jansen (Commodore) The Dutch in Arctic Seas— P.R.G.S. ix. 163 ... [1946] 

Dutch Arctic Expedition— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)i. 26 [I960] 

Dutch Arctic Voyages, 1878-81— P.R.GS. (N.S.)iv. 35 [1963] 

Jansz (W.) Voyage of the "Duyphen," 1606— Flinders [2425] ; Major [2137] 
Jardine (Messrs.) Expedition to Cape York— J.R.G.S. xxxvi. 19, 76 ... [1896] 
Jarvas (J. J.) History of the Hawaiian or Sandwich Islands. Svo. 1872 [4666] 

Kiana : a Tradition of Hawaii. 12mo. 1857 [4659] 

Jeffreys (A. J.) Ascent of Fuji-Yama, Japan— P.R.G.S. xix. 169 [1956] 

(Lieut. Chas. ) Van Diemen's Land. Svo. 1820 [5310] 

Jenkins (Edward) The Coolie in British Guiana. Svo [6098] 

Address on Colonial Questions— Westminster Discus. 1871 ... [1532] 

The Great Dominion : Address at Manchester. 1875 — Pamp. ... [5770] 

(H. L.) Trip across Patkoi Range— J. R,G.S. xli. 342 [1901] 

Jenkinson (Anthony) Journey to Astrakhan, Bokhara, &c. (1558-71) — Hakluyt, i. 
310 [2061] ; PuRCHAs, iii. [2074] ; Thevenot, No. 6 [2077] ; Murray, 

Asia, i. 306 [1344] ; Hakluyt Soo. Ixxii. and Ixxiii [2184] 

Jeppe (F.) Transvaal Book-Almanac and Directory. 12mo. [4359] 

Physical Geography of the Transvaal — J.R.G.S. xl vii. 217 [1907] 

(and Porssman) Manual of the Transvaal, 1878 — Pamp [4365] 

Jervis (Capt. T. B.) Progress of Survey in India— J.R.G.S. vii. 127 ... [1867] 

Tidesin theGnlf of Cambay— J.R.G.S. viii. 202 [1868] 

Jervois (Sir W.) : a Sketch, by Major Griffiths — Pillars of the Empire ... [1553] 

Jessop (W. R. H. ) Flindersland and Sturtland. 12mo. 1862 [4971] 

Jewitt (Llewellynn) The Stately Homes of England. 2 vols. Small 4to. [2990] 
Jo5o dos Sanntos, Observations on Ethiopia, &c. — Purciias, ii. 1535 ... [2073] 
Jobson (Rev. F. J.) Australia, with Notes by the Way. 12mo. 1862 ... [4972] 

(R.) Discovery of the R. Gambia, &c.— PuBCHA.s, ii. 921, 1567 ... [2073] 

Jochmus (Lieut -Gen.) Journey into the Balkans — J.R.G.S. xxiv. 36 ... [1884] 

Commentaries on the Battle of Marathon, &c. — J.R.G.S. xxviL 1 ... [1S87] 

Commun. betw. L. Sabanja and G. Nicomedia— P.R.G.S. i. 301 ... [1887] 

John (King of Portugal) The Art of Navigation — Purchas, i. pt. ii. 7 ... [2072] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS, ' Ixxv 



No. In Catalogue. 

John Ernest, Duke of Saxe-Weimar, Visit to James I., 1613 [2937] 

Johnson (Capt.) Journey through the Himalaya Mts. — J.R.G.S. iv. 41 ... [1864] 

(C. P.) Fig ; Fir; Larch ; Oak ; Olive ; Orange— Ency. Brit. [2268, &c.] 

(Fred. E.) New South Wales and How to Get There, 1886 Pamp. [5071] 

(J. H.) Commun. between the Ganges and Hoogly— J.R.G.S. ii. 316 [1862] 

(J. Pitts) Plain Truths about Australia and N.Z., 1840— Pamp. ... [5071] 

(J. Yate) The Canary Islands, 1876— Ency. Bbit. iv. 795 [2264] 

The Hawaiian Islands— Ency. Brit. xi. 528 [2271] 

Lisbon— Ency. Brit. xiv. 690 [2274] 

-^ — Madeira, Porto Santo, and tlie Desertas — Ency. Bbit. xv. 177 ... [2275] 

(R.) Landing among the Samoedjs, 1556 — Hakluyt, i. 283 [2061] 

Voyage into Persia, 1565— Hakluyt, i. 354 [2061] ; Hakluyt Soc. [2184] 

(W. H.) Journey to Hchi, Khotan— J.R.G.S. xxxvii. 1 [1897] 

, (Rev. W. P.) Journeys in the Yao Country— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 480 [1963] 

Seven Years' Travels E. of Nyassa— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 512 ... [1965] 

Johnston (Alex. Keith) Gazetteer of the World. 8vo. 1877 [1233] 

Handy Royal Atlas. Royal 4to. 1880 [1234] 

. (A. R.) Island of Hong Kong— J.R.G.S. xiv. 112 [1874] 

(H. H.) Visit to Stanley's Congo Stations— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 569... [1964] 

Journey up the Congo to Bolobo-P.B.G.S. (N.S.) v. 692 [1964] 

The Kilima-njaro Expedition— P.R.G.S. (N,S.) vii. 137 [1966] 

^ The Kilima-njaro Expedition in Eastern Equatorial Africa. 8vo. 1885 [4142] 

■ (John) History of the Constancy of Nature. 18mo. 1657 [1641] 

: (Keith, jun.) Africa ; Geography, &c., 1874— Ency. Brit. i. 245 ... [2261] 

On Wakefield's Map of East Africa— P.R.G.S. xvi. 125 [1953] 

Physical Geography of Paraguay— P.R.G.S. XX. 494 [1957] 

Bolivia ; Geography, Government, &c., 1876 — Ency. Bkit. iv. 10 ... [2264] 

Cape Colony : Physical Features, Statistics, &c., 1876— Ency. Bbit. v. [2265] 

. Cuba; Histor}', Government, &c., 1877— Ency. Bkit. vi. 678 ... [2266] 

Fez and Fezzan ; Geography, Trade, &c., 1879— Ency. B. ix. 127, 128 [2269] 

. Africa ; A Compendium of Geography and Travel. 8vo. 1879 ... [1253] 

Geography, Physical, Historical, and Descriptive. 12mo. 1880 ... [1236] 

. Native Routes Dar-Es-Salaam to Nyassa— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 417 ... [I960] 

From Zanzibar to Usambara Country— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 545 ... [I960] 

Biographical Notice of — Thomson's Exped. to C. Africa, 1S81 ... [4139] 

(W. and A. K.) Historical Atlas. 2 vols. 4to. 1880 [1235] 

^Johnstone(Capt. J. C.)Maoria: Sketches of the N. Zealanders. 12mo. 1874 [5518] 
Jomard (M.) Les Monuments de la Geographic. Folio. 1847 ... ... [1169] 

Jones (E. Duffield) Index to Jour. Roy. Geog, Soc. Vols, xxi.-xl [1911] 

(Felix) Steam Voyage, North of Baghdad, 1846— J.R.G.S. xviii. 1... [1878] 

(Sir Harford) Mission to Persia — Muebay, Asia, iii. 86 [1344] 

(Mrs. H.) Outlines of Long Years in Australia. 12rao. 1878 ... [5145] 

(Rev. H. B.) Adventures in Australia in 1852-53. 12mo. 1853 ... [4941] 

(H. L.) Notes on Maps of Patagonia— J. R.G.S. xxxi. 204 [1891] 

(Inigo) Stonehenge Restored. Folio, L.P. 1725 [2944] 

(J. J.) Openings for Emigrants [N. Zealand, U.S., &c.], 1880— Pamp. [1636] 

(J. Winter) Vartliema's Travels, 1503-8— Hakluyt Soc [2144] 

lutrod. to Hakluyt's Divers Voyages to America — Hakluyt Soc. ... [2119] 

(Richard) England's Food Supply and Australia— P. R.C.L iii. 26 ... [2003] 

(Stephen) Parliamentary Lists N. S. W. — Okfioial History -.• [5043] 

(Thos.) Fourth Voyage of the E. Indian Co.— PuRCHAs, i. pt. ii. 228 [2072] 

Jonge (J. K. J, de) Nederlandsch Gezag in Oost-Indie. Vols. i. to xi. ... [1357] 
Jordanus (Friar) Wonders of the East, 1330, by Yule— Hakluyt Soc. ... [2143] 
Jorgensen (John) Autobiography— Hobaht Aliuanac, 1835, 1838... [5317-18] 

Jourdain (H. J.) Account of Mauritius, 1882— P.K.C.I. xiii. 263 [2013] 

Jourdan (Silv.) Discovery of the ]5ermudas — Hakluyt Supp. 763 ... [2070] 

Journet (F. ) L'Australie ; Pays, Travaux Publics, Mines, &c. 8vo. 1885 [5047] 
Jovio (Paolo) Historico delle Cose della Moscovia — Ramusio, ii. 132 ... [2028] 

Description of Moscovia — Herberstein's Rus.sia, ii. [2123] 

Jukes (J. Beete) Excursions in Newfoundland, 1839-40. 2 vols. 12mo... [5854] 

Voyage of the " Fly " to E. Archipelago, 1842-46. 2 vols. Svo. ... [2477] 

Sketch of the Physical Structure of Australia. Svo. 1850 [4730] 

(and others) Lectures on Gold Ores, &c. 12mo. 1853 [1655] 



Ixxvi 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 

Jfllg (Prof. B.) Language of the Mongols— Ency. Beit. xvi. 749 [2276] 

Jung (Dr. E.) and Sime (James) Hanover, 1880— Enoy. Beit. xi. 446 ... [2271] 

Junker (Dr.) The Nyam Nyam Country— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii 301 ... [1962] 

Juniu.s's Letters, Woodfall's Edition. 3 vols. 8vo. 1812 [1431] 

Just (P.) Australia ; Notes taken during a Residence, 1851-57. 12iao. ... [4963] 

(T. C. ) Tasmania and its Resources. 8vo. 1879 — Pamp [5375] 

Official Hand-Book of Tasmania, 1883 — Pamp. [5375] 

Justinian's Institutes, by T. Collett Sandars. 8vo. 1883 [1406] 

K (W.) Impressions of the West and South [United States]. 8vo. 1858 [5915] 

Kalitin (Lt.) Journey Across Turkoman Desert — P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 219.. [1963] 

Kaltbrunner (D. ) Senegambia — Enoy. Beit. xxi. 661 [2281] 

Kan (C. M.) Holland ; Geog. and Statistics, 1881— Ency. Beit. xii. 59 ... [2272] 
Kane (E. K.) Grinnell Expedition in Search of Franklin. 8vo. 1853 ...[2664] 

. Arctic Explorations : Second Grinnell Exped., 1853-55. 2 vols. 8vo. [2676] 

Search for Franklin, 1853-55 — J.R.G.S. xxvi. 1 ... .;. ... [1886] 

Biography of Elisha Kent Kano, by William Elder. 8vo. 1858 ... [2681] 

Kao (Dionysius) Descr. of Corea, China, Tonquin, &c. — Haeris, ii. 975... [2095] 
Kashgar (Prince of) Geography of Turkestan— P. R. G. S. xvii.195; xs.482 [1954,57] 

Kay (David) Abyssinia, 1875— Ency. Beit. i. 61 ; Algeria, 562 [2261] 

Austria-Hungary, 1875— Ency. Beit. iii. 115 ; Belgium, 514 .. [2263] 

Kaye (Gen.) Mountain Passes leading to Bamian— P. R. G. S. (N.S.) i. 244 [1960] 
Kazi S3Tid Ahmad, Yomut Tribe, Khorasan — J.R.G.S. xlvi. 142 ... 
Keane (A. H.) Ethnology — Stanfoed's Compendium of Geography 

■ Georgia, Transcaucasia — Ency. Beit. x. 431 

The American Indians^ENCY. Beit. xii. 822 

Kirghiz — Enoy. Brit. xiv. 94 [2274] ; Malaya, xv. 320 

Mexico ; Republic and City, 1883 — Enoy. Bbit. xvi. 214, 220 

The Negro Race ; Nicaragua ; Nubia — Enoy. Beit. xvii. 316, 477,610 [2277] 

Senaar — Enoy. Brit. xxi. 657 [2281] 

Keate (Geo.) The Pelew Islands, and Shipwreck of the "Antelope." 4to... [2387] 
Keating, Exped. to St. Peter's River, L. Winnepeek, &c., 1823. 2 vols. 8vo. [5801] 
Keeling (W.) Tliird Voyage of E. India Co., 1607-10— PuEOH. i. pt. ii. 188 [2072] 



[1906] 
[1250-55] 
[2270] 
[2272] 
[2275] 
[2276] 



Keene (Henry J.) ; a Sketch, by J. Macdonald — Pillars of the Empire 
Keith (Sir G. M.) Voyage to Brazil and the Cape. 4to. 1819 ... 
Keller (Franz) The Amazon and Madeira Rivers. 4to. 1874 
Kelley (F. M.) Valley of the Atrato— J.R.G.S. xxvi. 174 .<. 
Kelly (Wui.) Life in Victoria in 1853 and 1858. 2 vols. 12mo ... 

On British Columbia— P.R.G.S. vi. 107 

Keltic (J. Scott) Sir John Franklin— Enoy. Beit. ix. 719 

Finland — Enoy. Brit. ix. 216 

Livingstone's Life and Explorations — Enoy. Beit. xiv. 720... 

National Debts of the World, 1884 — Enoy. Beit. xvii. 

■ Scottish Highlands, Clans, and Regiments. 2 vols. Roy. 8vo, 

The Statesman's Year- Book. 23rd issue. 12mo. 1886 

Report on Geographical Education — R.G.S. Supp. P. i. 

Exhibition of Geographical Appliances, Catalogue — R.G.S. ... 

Kemp (J.) The White Nile above Gondokoro— P. R. G. S. xix. 324... 
Kempe (A. J.) Descriptions to Stothard's Monumental Ejfigies 
Kempthome (Lt.) Eastern Shores Persian Gulf, 1828— J.R.G.S. T. 263 
Kendal (Lieut.) Account of Deception I. (S. Shetland)— .J.R.G.S. i. 62 
Kennaway (L. J.) Crusts : a Settler's Fare due South. 12mo. 1874 
Kennedy, England and Venice : Argument on Colonial Policy, 1827- 

(Alex.) New Zealand. 12mo. 1874 

(D.) Colonial Travel : Four Years in Australia, &c. 12mo. 1876 . 

• (E. B.) River Victoria Expedition — &yvkt'& Central Aiist. vol. ii. . 

Cape York Exped, &c. — Maogilliveay's Voy. of "Rattlesnake.". 

Exped. to ascertain Course of R. Victoria — J.R.G.S. xix. 193 

• Exped. to determine Source of Barcoo — J.R.G.S. xxii. 228 ... 

(E. B.) Four Years in Queen.sland. 12mo. 1870 

• (H. G.) Southern Laos and Cambodia, 1866— J.R.G.S. xxxvii. 298. 

(Wm.) Voyage of the "Prince Albert "—J.R.G.S. xxiii. 122 



[1553] 

[2434] 

... [6128] 

... [1886] 

... [5120] 

... [1943] 

... [2269] 

... [2269] 

... [2274] 

... [2277] 

1885 [3007] 

... [1631] 

... [1912] 

... [1912] 

... [1956] 

[2963] 

[1865] 

[1861] 

[5521] 

Pamp. [1636] 

[5519] 

[5013] 

[4728] 

[2485] 

[1879] 

[1882] 

[5245] 

[1897] 

[1883] 



Second Voyage of the "P. Albert" in Search of Franklin. 8vo. 1856 [2675] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Ixxvii 



No. in Catalogue. 

Keiiney (Charles L.) The Gates of the East : the Suez Canal, 1857— Pamp. [3918] 

KepiJel (Cajit.) Expedition to Borneo. 2 vols. 8vo. 1846 - ... [2472] 

Kerguelen, Voyages dans le Mers Australes et des Indies, 1771-74. 12mo. [2383] 

Kerr (Montagu) Jouraey, Cape Town to Nyassa— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 65 [1967] 

(Wm.) Melbourne Almanac, and Port Phillip Directory, 1842. 8vo. [5090] 

Kerry-Nicholls (J. H.) The King-Country, New Zealand. 8vo. 1884... [5567] 

Exploration of the King-Country— P. K.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 201 [1968] 

Ketenensis (R.) Voyage to Dalmatia," Greece. &o. 1143 — Hakluyt, ii. 16 [2062] 

Keyser (Arthur) Our Cruise to New Guinea, 1885 — Pamp [4530] 

Khanikoff (M. J.)Survey of Orenlnirgh— .I.R.G.S. xiii. 278 [1873] 

Tanghi Daria, Branch of Jaxartes— J.R.G.S. xiv. 333 [1874] 

Kidder (D. P.) and Fletcher (J. C.) Brazil and the Brazilians. 8vo. ... [6122] 

Kiechel (Samuel) England and the English, 1585— Rye [2937] 

Kimberley (Earl) : a Sketch — Pillars of the Empire [1553' 

Kindersley (Mrs.) Lettera from the Ea.st Indies, 1764-68. 12mo. ... [3515a 

King (D. 0.) Travels in Siam and Cambodia — J.R.G.S. xxx. 177 [1890" 

(Edw.) Colonisation on Principles of Pure Christism, 1845 — Pamp. ... [1636 

The Southern States of North America. Royal 8 vo. 1875 [5929' 

• (Col. J. A.) The Argentine Republic. 8vo. 1846 [6155; 

(Capt. P. P.) Maritime Geograjihy of Australia — Field, &c [4710' 

Survey N.W. and W. Coasts of Australia, 1818-22. 2 vols. 8vo.... [471l' 

Tierra del Fuego, and Strait of Magelhaens— J.R.G.S. i. 155 [1860] 

Surveying Voyage of the "Beagle," 1826-30. 8vo [2459] 

(R.) Capt. Back's Arctic Expedition, 1833-35. 2 vols. 12mo. ...[2643] 

The Franklin Expedition, from First to Last. 12mo. 1855 ... [2673] 

(Capt. W.) Voyage to Bay of Mexico, 1592— Hakltjyt, iii. 570 ... [2064] 

("W. R. ) The Sportsman and Naturalist in Canada. Royal 8vo. 1866 [5723] 

Names of Places in Geogiaphy— P.R.G.S. xix. 134 [1956] 

(Miss) and others, Illustrations to Wakefield's New Zealand [5432] 

Kingdom (Wm. ) America and the British Colonies. 8vo. 1820 [1447] 

Kiuglake (A. W.) Eothen: Travels in the East. Svo. 1846 [3217] 

Kingsley (Rev. Charles) At Last. 2 vols. 12rao. 1870 [6010] 

(Dr. H.) and Pembroke (Earl) South Sea Bubbles. Svo. 1872 ...[4598] 

Kingsmill (Rev. Joseph) Mis.sions and Missionaries. Svo. 1853 [6260] 

Kingston (W. H. G.) Lusitauian Sketches. 2 vols. 12mo. 1845 ...[3035] 

Kinloch (Charles W.) Cape of Good Hope and the Kaffirs, 1856— Pamp. ... [4298] 

A Night among the Lions, Vaal River — Cassell, v [2255] 

Kinnear (Boyd) Mind of England on the Eastern Question, 1878 — Pamp. ... [1636] 

Kinneir (Maed.) Asia Minor, Armenia, &c., 1813-14 — Murray, Asia, iii. [1344] 

Kino and Salvatierra, Junction of California, &c. — Burnby, iv. 357 ... [2104] 

Kirby (Capt. B.) Journey into Ashanti— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)vi. 447 [1965] 

(W. F.) Hibernation— Ency. Brit. xi. 787 [2271] 

Kirk (Dr. R.) Tajnrrah to Ankobar, Aby.ssinia— J.R.G.S. xli. 221 [1872] 

(Sir John) Zambesi Delta— J.R.G.S.xxxiv. 199 [1894] 

On Equipment of Livingstone's Expeditions— J.R.G.S. xxxiv. 290 ... [1894] 

Expeditions up the Ruvuma — J.R G.S. xxxv. 154 []895J 



Visit to Somauli Land— P.R.G.S. xvii. 340 

Deltaofthe Lufiji— P.R.G.S. xviii. 74 

Kirke (Henry) Immigration in B. Guiana — Russell P. Essay 

Kirkpatriok (Col. ) Journey to Nepaul, 1793 — Murray, Asia, ii. 470 
Kitchener (Capt.) and others, Survey of W. Palestine. 3 vols. 4to. 

(Wm., M.D.) The Traveller's Oracle. 2 vols. 12mo. 1827 

Kitchin (Alex.) Travels to Persia — Hakluyt Soc 

(Rev. G. W.) History of France — Ency. Brit. ix. 527 

History of Holland— Ency. Brit. xii. 69 

Kittlitz (F. H. von) Vegetation of the Pacific Coasts and Islands. 4to. ... 
Klaproth (Julius von) Travels in the Canca.sus and Georgia, 1807-8. 4to. 

(M. J.) Researches sur le Pays de Fou Sang, 1831— Vining 

Kmielniski and the Cossacks — Thevenot, i. No. 2 



Knight (Charles) London, Described and Illustrated. 6 vols. Svo. 1841-44 [2976] 
Cyclopa;dia of the Industry of all Nations. Svo. 1851 [1498] 



Ixxviii INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Knight (Francis) Seven Years' Slavery in Algiers, 1631-38— Habley, iL 465 [2088 

(J. G.) Northern Territory — Haeotjs, South Australia [5205 

(John) Voyage to SeekN.W. Passage, 1606— Hakluyt Soo [2169 

■ (W. H.) Western Australia ; its History and Prospects. 8vo. 1870... [5293; 

Knivet (A.) Adventures in Brazil, Patagonia, &c. — Pdkohas, iy. 1201 ... [2075 

Knopwood (Rev. R.) Journal kept at Port PhUlip, 1803-4 [508i; 

Koempfer, Extracts from : On Japan — Hakluyt Soc. viii [2120 

Kohl(J.G.) Austria, the Bukovina,Galicia,&c. 8vo. 1843 ... ...[3191] 

Kolben (Peter) Cape of Good Hope, &c. 2 vols. 12mo. 1731 [4209] 

Koldeway (Capt.) German Arctic Expedition, 1869-70. Royal 8vo. ... [2696] 
Kolff (Lieut.) Voyages along the S. Moluccan Archipelago. 8vo. 1840... [2463] 

Discovery of Strait, S. W. New Guinea— J. R.G.S. vi. 439 [1866] 

Kong Meng, The Chinese Question in Australia, 1878-79— Pamp. [5071] 

Kopsch(G. H.) Rivers in Northern Formosa— P.R.G.S.xiv. 79 [1951] 

Koasiakof, Karateghin and Danvaz, 1882— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 32 ... [1967] 

Kotzebue (von) Voyage to S. Sea and Beering's Str., 1815-18. 3 vols. 8vo. [2435] 

New Voyage Round the World, 1823-26. 2 vols. 12mo [2441] 

Krapf (Dr. J. Lewis) Journal kept at Ankober, 1839— J.R.G.S. x. 469 ... [1870] 

Journey to Mt. Kenia, 1849— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 747 [1963] 

Travels and Missionary Labours in East Africa. 8vo. 1860 ... [3954] 

Krause (Dr. R.) Catalogue of the Museum GodetTroy. 8vo. 1881 ... [4616] 
Krefft(Ger.)AustralianVertebrata— Industrial Progress, N.S. W. 1871 [4997] 
Krockow (C. von) Exploration in East Africa — J.R.G.S. xxxvi. 198 ... [1896] 

Kropotkine (P. A.) Lithuania— Ency. Bbit. xiv. 701 [2274] 

Maritime Province, E. Siberia — Enot. Beit. xv. 547 [2275] 

Moscow: City and Province — Enoy. Beit. xvi. 855. ... [2276] 

Nijni Novgorod ; N. Zembla ; Odessa— Enoy. B. xvii. 500, 605, 724 [2277] 

Perm— Enuy. Beit, xviii. 549 ; Russian Poland, xix. 306. ... [2278-79] 

■ Russia; St. Petersburg; Samarkand — Ency. Beit, xxi [2281] 

Kwast(Capt. Matthys) Voyage East of Japan, 1639 — Bueney, iii. 55 ... [2103] 

Labillardiere, Voyage in Search of La PeroUse, 1791-94. 2 vols. 8vo. ... [2408] 
Labilliere (F. P.) Constitutions of Australian Colonies— P. R.C.I, ii. 48 [2002] 

Permanent Unity of the Empire— P. R.C.I, vi. 36 [2006] 

Imperial and Colonial Federation — WestMinSt. Discus. I87l ... [1532] 

Political Organization of the Empire— P.R.C.L xii. 343 [2012] 

Early History of the Colony of Victoria. 2 vols. 12mo. 1878 ...[5119] 

Lacerda's Journey to Cazembe in 1798, by Capt. Burton. 8vo. 1873 ... [4112] 

Lacy (John) Voyage to Jerusalem, 1173 — Hakluyt, ii. 17 [2062] 

Ladrilleros (J.) Voy. to Strait of Magalhanes, 1557-58— Burney, i. 244 [2101] 
Laessoe (Capt. F.) Caves and Ruins, Penjdeh— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 583... [1966] 
Laird (E. K.) Rambles of a Globe Trotter. 2 vols. 8vo. 1875 ... [2864] 

Lambert (C. and S.) Voyage of the "Wanderer." Royal 8vo. 1883 ...[2644] 

(John) Travels thro' Canada and U. States, 1806-8. 2 vols. 8vo... [5701] 

Lamont (E. H.) Wild Life among the Pacific Islanders. 8vo. 1867. ...[4591] 

Yachting in the Arctic Seas. 8vo. 1876 [2701] 

Lamping (Clemens) Soldier of the Foreign Legion, 1841-42 [3989] 

Lamprey (Jones) Journey N. W. of Pekin— J. R. G. S. xxxvii. 239 ... [1897] 

Lancaster (Sir J.) Voyage to the E. Indies — Hakluyt, ii. pt. ii. 102 ... [2063] 

■ • Voyage to Pernambuco, Brazil, 1594 — Hakluyt, iii. 708 ... ... [2064] 

First Voyage of the E. India Co., 1600— Purchas, i. pt. ii. 147 ... [2072] 

Voyages, Edited by Markhara — Hakluyt Soo. Ivi [2169] 

Lancelott (F.) Australia; its Settlements, Farms, &o. 2 vols. 12mo. 1852 [4938] 
Lander (R. ) Records of Clapperton's Last Expedition. 2 vols. 12mo. 1830 [4027] 

■ Expedition to Determine Course of the Niger— J.R.G.S. i. 179 ... [I860] 

(R. & J.) Expedition to the River Niger. 3 vols. 18mo. 1832 ... [4028 1 

Landor (E. W.) Adventures in the North of Europe. 2 Vols. 12mo. 1836 [2898] 

The Bushman in West Australia. 8vo. 1847 [5290] 

Case of E. W. Landor, Police Magistrate, W. Australia, 1872— Pamp. [5307] 

(H.) and Lefroy, Exped. in West. Australia— J.R.G.S. xiu. 189 ... [1873] 

Landsborough's Exped. in Search of Burke and Wills. 8vo. 1862 ...[4749] 
, Walker, and McKinlay's Expeditions -J. R.G.S. xxxiii. 5 [1893] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Ixxix 



[2272] 
[2276-77] 
... [2279] 
... [3296] 
... [3328] 
... [5606] 
.. [5071] 



No. in Catalogoe. 

Landt (Rev. G. ) Description of the Feroe Islands. 8vo. 1810 [2915] 

Lane (E. W.) The Modern Egyptians. Edit, by E. S. Poole. 8vo. 1860 [3880] 

(Henrie)on North- East Discoverie.s, 1553-83— Pukchas, iii. 249 .>. [2074] 

Lang (Gideon Scott) The Aborigines of Victoria, 1865— Pamp [4812] 

(J. Dunmore, D.D.) History of New S. Wales. 2 vols. 12mo. 1834 ... [4863] 

Transportation and Colonization. 12mo. 1837 [1459] 

New Zealand in 1839 : Four Letters to Lord Durham— Pamp. ... [5606] 

Religion and Education in America. 12mo. 1840 [5904] 

Cooksland, North Eastern Australia. 12mo. 1847 [5241] 

Phillipsland ; its Condition and Prospects. 12mo. 1847 [5095] 

Freedom and Independence for Australia. 12mo. 1852 [4935] 

Queensland, with Disquisition on the Aborigines. 12mo. 1864 ... [5243] 

The Coming Event ! Freedom and Indep. for Australia. 8vo. 1870 [4992] 

Historical and Statistical Account of N. S. Wales. 2 vols. 1875 ... [5006] 

Origin and Migrations of the Polynesians [1834]. 12mo [4611] 

Lange (D. A.) The Isthmus of Suez Canal Question, 1859— Pamp. ... [3918] 

Langhenez (B.) Dutch Voyage toE. Indies, 1595-97— Hakluyt Supt. 213 [2070] 
Langle (Marquis de) Sentimental Journey Through Spain. 12mo. 1786 [3023] 

Lankester (E. Ray) Hydrozoa — Ency. Brit. xii. 547 

MoUusca; Mussel — Ency. Brit. xvi. 632; xvii. 110 

Polyzoa ; Protozoa — Ency. Brit. xix. 429, 830 

Lansdell(HenryD. D.) Through Siberia. 2 vols. 8vo. 1881... 

■ Russian Central Asia. 2 vols. 8vo. 1885 

Larkworthy (Falconer) New Zealand Revisited, 1881 — Pamp. 

Laniach (J. MoD.) Bibliographical History of Australia, 1885 — Pamp. 

Las Casas (Barth.) The Spaniards in the W. Indies — PuRCHAS, iv. 1568... [2075] 

Fac-simile Letters, &c. — Cartas de Indias ... ... ... ... [1373] 

La Sound, the Isthmus of America, 1675 — Burney, iv. 75 [2104] 

Last (J. T.) Nguru Country, East Central Africa- P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 148 [1963] 

■ Visit to the Ma.sai Country— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) V. 517 [1964] 

Visit to the Wa-itumba Iron- workers, 1883— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 581 [1964] 

Latham (R. G.) Language of Central America — J.R.G.S. xx. 189 [1880] 

(Wilfrid) States of the River Plate. 8vo. 1866 [6158] 

Latrobe (C. J.) Missionary Journal, South Africa, 1815-16. 4to. ... ... [4218] 

(SirC. J.) The Alpenstock: Swiss Scenery, &c. 8vo. 1829 ...[3086] 

• The Pedestrian : a Ramble in the Tyrol. 8vo. 1832 [3086] 

Laudonniere (Capt. Rene) Voyage to Florida, 1564 — Hakluyt, iii. 319 ... [2064] 

■ Florida Americas Provincia, &c. — De Buy, G. V., ii [2031] 

Voyage to Florida— PuECHAS, iv. 1603 [2075] 

Laurie (Col. W. F, B.) Our Bunnese Wars, 1824-26, 1852-53. 8vo. 1880 [3497] 
Lawes (W. G.) New Guinea and its Inhabitants— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 602... [1961] 

ExplorationsinNewGninea— P.R.G.S. (N.S,) vi. 216 [1965] 

Lawrence (A B.) Texas in 1840. 8vo. 1840 [5905] 

(C. W.) Kioto to Yedo, Japan— J.R.G.S. xliii. 54 [1903] 

Ijawry (Walter) Friendly and Fiji Islands, 1847. 12mo [5619] 

• Second Visit to Friendly and Fiji Islands, 1850 [5619] 

Laws (Capt. ) Remarks on ArracanaCoast — J.R.G.S. i. 175 [1861] 

(Dr.) Journey along We.st Side of Nyassa— P. R. G. S. (N.S.) i. 305 ... [1960] 

Lawson (J. A.) Wanderings in New Guinea. 12nio. 1875 [4513] 

Layard (Sir A. H.) Province of Khuzistan— J.R.G.S. xvi. 1 [1876] 

— — ^ Nineveh and its Remains. 8vo. 1854 [3723] 

Discoveries in Nineveh and Babylon. 8vo. 1853 [3724] 

— — Monuments of Nineveh. 2 parts. Folio. 1853 [3725] 

Layfield (Dr.) Voyages to Porto Rico, &c., 1596-98— Puechas, iv. 1155... [2075] 

Leach (Harry) The Pocket Doctor. 12mo. 1878 [1301] 

Leake (Col. W. M.) Stade as a Linear Measure— J.R.G.S. ix. 1 [1869] 

R. Quorra : Is it the Niger of the Ancients ?— J.R.G.S. ii. 1 . ... [1862] 

Remarks on Mr. Hoskyn's Survey— J. R. G. S. xii. 162 [1872] 

Leakey (Caroline) The Broad Arrow. By Oline Keese. 2 vols. 12mo. 1859 [5337] 
Leandro (Fra) Residence in Persia — Murray, ^xia, iii. 76... . .. [1344] 

Lear (Edward) Journals of a Landscape Painter in Albania, &c. Imp. 8vo. [3221] 
Lebrecht (F.) Khalifat of Bagilad, 12th Century— Asher's Benjamin ... [2802] 



Ixxx INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 

Ledesma (Don Val.) Geography of Peru— J.R.G.S. xxvi. 210 [1886] 

Ledyard (John) Travels and Adventures. 12mo [2831] 

■ Expedition to N. Africa and Death, 1788— African Assoc. Vol. I... [1986] 

Lee (Lieut. S. P.) Surveying Cruise of the "Dolphin." 8vo. 1854 ...[2494] 
Leeuwen (Van) Commentaries on Roman Dutch Law. Vol. L 8vo. 1881 [1566] 

Lefroy (E. T.) Dublin ; County and City— Ency. Brit. vii. 494 [2267] 

(H. M.) Explorations Western Australia— P. R.G.S. viii. 45 [1945] 

(Sir J. H.) Magnetic Survey N.-W. Territories of Canada. Svo. 1883 [5810] 

Barometric and Thermo. Measurements N.America — J.R.G.S. xvi. 263 [1876] 

The British As-sociation in Canada— P. B. C.I. xvi. 95 [2016] 

Legaspi (Lopez de) Conquest of the Philippines, 1565 — Purchas, iii. 284 [2074] 
Leggo (W. ) Canadian Administration of Earl Dufferin. Svo. 1878 ... [5735] 
Leichhardt (Ludwig) Overiand, Sydney to P. Essington— J.R.G.S. xiii. 339 [1873] 

Expedition, Moreton Bay to Port Essington, 1844-45. 8vo [4725] 

Expedition, Moreton Bay to Port Essington— J.R.G.S. xvi. 212 ... [1876] 

■ Geologie von Anstralien. 4to. 1855... r.. ... ... ... [4734] 

Fate of Dr. Leichhardt by Baron Mueller, 1855— Pamp [4791] 

Search for Remains— P.R.G.S. iii. 18, 87 [1940] ; Gregory [4748] 

Search Expedition for Leichhardt and Party- P.R.G.S. x. 58 ... [1947] 

Search for Remains— P.R.G.S. xv. 190 [1952] ; Forrest [4762] 

Leigh (C.) Voy. to Cape F3reton and Isleof Ramea, 1597— Haklutt, iii. 195 [2064] 

Voyage to Guiana, and Plantation there, 1604 — Purchas, iv. 1250... [2075] 

(T. S.) Visit to the River Zambesi— J. R.G.S.xix. 1 [1879] 

— — Mayolta and the Comoro Islands— J.R.G.S. xix. 7 [1879] 

(Rev. Samuel) Mis,sionary to Australia and N. Z., 1815-31. 12mo. ... [4856] 

(W.H.) Reconnoitring Voyages, South Australia, &c. 8vo. 1839... [5185] 

Leith (John)The Southern Ocean and the Great Pyramid, 1885— Pamp.... [5606] 

- — The Zone of Water in the S. Hemisphere, 1886— Pamp [6606] 

Lelowel (Joachim) Geographic du Moyen Age. 2 vols. Svo. 1852-57 ... [1172] 

Pytheas de Marseille et la Geographie de son Temps, 1886 [1172] 

Atlas de 50 Planches, avec Maps. Obi. 4to [1172] 

Le Maire (Sieur) Voyages to Canary Islands, Cape Verde, &c. 12mo. 1696 [4012] 

Voyages to Canaries, C. Verde, &c.— Harley, ii. 597 [2088] 

(Jas.) and Schouten, Voyage to S. Sea, &c., 1615-17 — BURNEY, ii. ... [2102] 

Voyage to South Sea — Dai.rymple, ii [2096] 

Lemnius (Levinus) Dutch Physician, Travels in England, 1560 [2937] 

Lempriere (Wm. ) Tour from Gibraltar to Tangier, Morocco. Svo. 1804... [3984] 
Leonard (Bp. of Sidon) Jacobites and Armenians — Purchas, i. pt. i. 150.. [2071] 
Leone Africano, Delia Descrittione dell' Africa, 1526— Ramusio, i. 1 ... [2027] 

• Geographical History of Africa, Transl. by John Pory. Folio. 1600... [1201] 

Observations in Africa, Egypt, &c. — Purchas, ii. 749 [2073] 

Lerio (John) Provincia; Brasilite Hist— De Bry, G.V. iii [2032] 

Historic of Brazil, 1558— Purchas, iv. 1320 [2075] 

Lescarbot (Mark) Voyage to Canada, kc, 1603-9— Purchas, iv. 1629 ... [2075] 
Leschenault (M.) Vegetation de la Nouvelle-IIollande— Peron, ii. 358 ... [2423] 
Leslev (J. P.) and Ames (C. G.) Pennsylvania— Ency. Brit, xviii.498 ... [2278] 

Leslie (Prof. ) Polar Seas and Regions. 12mo. 1845 [2647] 

Le Souef (Albert A. C.) Notes on Natives of Australia— Smyth . ... [4804] 
Lessar (P. M.) Journey, Askabad to Saiakhs— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 486 ... [1963] 

Second Journey in the Turkoman Country— P. R. G. S. (N.S.) v. 1 ... [1964] 

Kara-Kum Desert, Turkomania— P. K.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 231 [1966] 

Lesseps (Ferdinand de) Percement de L'Isthme de Suez. 1856— Pamp.... [3918] 

■ The Suez Canal. Svo. 1876 [3S98] 

Lettres Edifiantes et Curieuses ; Missions ferangeres. 34 vols. 12mo.... [2098] 

• Travels of the Jesuits ; transl. by Lockman. 2 vols. Svo [2098] 

Letts's British Imperial Atlas, 84 Maps and Index. Folio. 18S1 ... [1240] 

Leupe (P. A.) Houtman's Abrolhos in 1727— Hakluyt Soo [2137] 

Le Vaillant, Travels in South Africa, 1780-85. 2 vols. Svo [4163] 

Levey (6. C.) Essay on the Colony of Victoria. 1883— Pamp [5171] 

Levi (Leone) Taxation Falling on the Working Classes, 1873— Pamp. ... [1636] 

History of British Commerce, 1763-1878. Svo [1558] 

Geography and Resources of Paraguay— P.R.G.S. xviii. 117 [1955] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. Ixxxi 



No. in Catalogue. 

Levien (J. M.) Woods of New Zealand, 1861— Pamp [5606] 

Lewin (Lieut.) Hill Tilp, Borders of Arraoan— P.E.G.S. xi. 52 [1948] 

Lewis (Sir G. C.) Essay on the Government of Dependencies. 8vo. 1841 [1482] 

— (Loeke) The Ovahs of Madagascar— J.E.G.S. V. 230 [1865] 

(M. G.) Journal of a West Indian Proprietor, 1816-17. 8vo. ... [5995] 

Lewis and Clarke's Travels from the Mississippi to the Pacific, 1804-6 ... [5896] 
Lewis Frederick (Duke of Wirtemberg) Journey to England, &c. 1610 ... [2937] 
Leycesler (Lieut.) Volcanic Group of Santorin or Thera — J.R.G.S. xx. 1... [1880] 

VolcanicGroupof Milo— J.R.G.S. xxii. 201 [1882] 

Leyden (Dr.) Description of Egypt — Murray, Africa, ii. ch. ii [1344] 

Account of the W. Coast of Africa — Murray, Africa, ii. ch. iv. ... [1344] 

Lhotsky (John) Vocabulary of Natives, V.D.L. &c.— J.R.G.S. ix. 157 ... [1869] 
Lidstone (W.) and Brown, 15,000 Miles on the Amazon.s. 8vo. 1878 ... [6133] 
Lief Ben Said, Visit to the Great African Lake, 1831^.R.G.S. xv. 371... [1875] 
Liger (Louis) LeJardinier Fleuriste etHistoriographe. 2 vols. 12mo. 1704 [1719] 

Lindau (Rodolphe) Un Voyage du Japon. 12mo. 1864 [3441] 

Lindley (A. F.) The Chincha Islands (1855)— Cassbll, ii [2252] 

A Cruise to Soo-choo — Cassell, ii [2252] 

A Ramble in Peru— Cassell, ii. [2252] 

Lima and the Andes — Cassell, iii. 1871 .. . [2253] 

Adamantia, Truth about the Diamond Fields. 8vo. 1873 [4357] 

(J.) Collection of Plants from the Tehama— J.R.G.S. v. 296 [1875] 

Lindsay (W. S.) History of Merchant Shipping. 4 vols. 8vo. 1874-76 [1370] 
Lindsay-Bueknall (Hamilton) A Search for Fortune. 8vo. 1878 ..[2867] 

Lindsey (G.) Pens, Papier-Mache, Ammunition, &c. . [1573] 

Linnean Society's Transactions and Journal .. .. [1991-99] 

LinniBus ; his Life and Work, by B. D. Jackson — Ency. Brit. xiv. 671... [2274] 
Linschoten (John Huighen van) Voy. to E. Indies — Purchas, ii. 1750 ... [2073] 

Navigatio, &c. — De Bry, Pctits Voycigcs, ii. iii. iv [2044-46] 

Description of the Azores — Purchas, iv. 1667 [2075] 

Voyage to the East Indies, by Buniell and Tiele— Hakluyt Soc. [2182-83] 

Liot (W. B.) PanamA, Nicaragua, and Tehuantepec. 8vo. 1849 ... [6047] 

Lithgow (W.) Travels in Candia, Greece, &c. 1612— Purchas, ii. 1831 ... [2073] 

• Travels in Europe, Asia, and Africa. Small 4to. 1632 [2816] 

Little (J. A.) Northern Territory, S. Australia, 1876— Harcus [5205] 

■ (Rev. H. W.)Madaga.scar ; its History and People. 8vo. 1884 ...[4398] 

Littledale (R. F.) Pilgrimages, &c.— Ency. Bbit. xix. 90 [2279] 

Liversidge (Prof.) Iron and Coal Deposits in N. S. Wales [5008] 

Livingstone (Dr.) Letters from Kolobeng, S. Africa— J, R.G,S. xx. 138 ... [1880] 

Second Visit to Lake 'Ngami—J.R.G.S. xxi. 18 [1881] 

Explorations in South Africa— J.R.G.S. xxii. 163 [1882] 

Explorations W. of Lake Nyassa^J.R.G.S. xxiv. 29, 245 [1884] 

Journey to Loanda— J.R.G.S. xxv. 218 [1885] 

Astronomical Observations in S. Africa — J.R.G.S. xxvi. 78 [1886] 

Missionary Travels in South Africa. 8vo. 1857 [4178] 

Cambridge Lectures, 12mo. 1858 [4179] 

Livingstone Festival— P.R.G.S. ii. 116 [1939] 

Explorationof the Zambesi— J. R.G.S. xxvii. 349 [1887] 

Zambesi and Shire Rivers (1858-61) J.R.G.S. xxxL 256 [1891] 

On the Ruvuma River— P.R.G.S. vi. 20 [1943] 

Expedition to Nyassa— J.R.G.S. xxxiii. 250 [1893] 

The Zambesi and its Tributaries, 1858-64. 8vo [4184] 

Progress of— P.R.G.S. xii. 175 ; xiv. 8, 16, 334 ; xv. 115—335 [1949-52] 

Search Exped.— P.R.G.S. xvi. 102, 124, 145, 158, 184, &c [1953] 

Finding of, by H. M. Stanley. 8vo. 1872 [4125] 

Aid Expeditions — Cassell, v [2255] 

Reports on Death of— P.R.G.S. xviii. 221 [1955] 

Letters from— P.R.G.S. xviii. 255 ... [1955] 

• Last Journey and Death, by H. W. Bates^CASSELL, vi [2256] 

Last Journals in Central Africa. 2 vols. 8vo. 1874 [4128] 

Personal Life of Livingstone, by Dr. Blaikie. 8vo. 1880 [4129] 

Art. Livingstone, by J. Scott Keltic— Ency. Bkit. xiv. 720 ... [2274] 



Ixxxii 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Lloyd (E.) Visit to the Antipodes. By a Squatter. 12mo. 1846 ... [.5189] 

• (G. T.)Thirty-tliree Years in Tasmania and Victoria. 12mo. 1862... [5338] 

(J. A.) Notes on the Isthmus of Panama — J.E.G.S. i. 69 [1861] 

Memoir on Madagascar — J.R.G.S. xx. 53 [1880] 

Journey across the Andes of Peru — J.R.G.S. xxiv. 259 [1884] 

— — (L.) Scandinavian Adventures. 2 vols. Royal 8 vo. 1854 [2901] 

Peasant Life in Sweden. 8vo. 1870 [2905] 

(Rev. W. V.) Russian Harbours, Manchuria— J.R.G.S. xxivii. 212... [1897] 

(W. Watkiss) History of Sicily. 8vo. 1872 [1119] 

Loaysa (Garcia) E.xpedicion al Moluco, 1525 — NavarBetb, v [2110] 

Voyage en Magellanique et en Polynesie — De Brosses, i. 150 ... [2089] 

Voyage to Masellanica and Polynesia — Callander, i. 112 [2091] 

Voyage from Spain to the Moluccas, 1525-27— Burney, i. 129 ... [2101] 

Lobo (Father Jerome) Ethiopia, the Nile, &c.— Ray [2080] 

I'Empire des Abyssins, des Sources du Nil, &c. — Thevenot, 45 ... [2078] 

Travels in Ethiopia — Tellez [3950] 

Lock (Alfred G.) Gold Mining and Investors, 1881— Pamp [1636] 

(W. G.) Askja, Volcano of Iceland— P. K.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 471 ... [1962] 

Locke (John) History of Navigation— Churchill, i. [2081] Clarke, Appx. [1340] 

(Wm.) Language and Customs of Kotoopna Tribe— S.myth [4804] 

Lockhart (W.) Yangtsze-Kiang and Hwang-Ho— J.R.G.S. xxviii. 288 ... [1888] 

Notes on Peking and Neighbourhood — J.R.G.S. xxxvi. 128 [1896] 

Lockman (John) Travels of the Jesuits. 2 vols. 8vo. 1762 [2098] 

Lodge (H. Cabot) The English Colonies in America. 8vo. 1881 ...[5893] 

(R.) The Hanseatic League— Ency. Brit. xi. 449 [2271] 

Loftie (W. J.) The Orient Line Guide. 8vo. 1885 [1306] 

Loftus (W. K.) Journey from Bagdad to Busrah, 1850— J.R.G.S. xxvi. 131 [1886] 

River Eulffius of the Greek Historians— J.R.G.S. xxvii. 120 [1887] 

Logan (Josias) Voyage to Pechora, 1611— PuRCHAS, iii. 541 [2074] 

(J. R.) Excur. Singapur to Malacca and Pinang — J.R.G.S. xvi. 304 [1876] 

Lok (John) Voyage to Jerusalem, 1553 — Hakluyt, ii. 101 [2062] 

Voyage to Guinea, 1554 — Hakluyt, ii. pt. ii. 14 [2063] 

(Michael) Observations on Account of Juan de Fuca — Burney, ii. 115 [2102] 

Long (Major) Exped. beyond Mississippi, 1819— Murray, N. Anier., i. ... [1344] 

Expedition to Lake Winnipeek, &c. 1823, by Keating. 2 vols. 8vo. [5801] 

(George) Ancient SiteofSusas, &c. — J.R.G.S. iii. 257[1863]; xii. 102 [1872] 

(Geo. W. de) Voyage of the "Jeannette," 1879-81. 2 vols. 8vo.... [2725] 

Longobard (Father) Jesuits in Japan and Chin.a — Purchas, iii. 316 ... [2074] 
Long-espee (Wm.) Voyage to Egypt with K. Lewis, 1248— Hakluyt, ii. 33 [2062] 
Lopez (Duarte) Descriptio Regni Congiani,&c. 1578-89— De Bry,P.V. pt.i. [2043] 

Report of Congo— Purchas, ii. 986 [2073] ; Harley, ii. 519 ... [2088] 

Kingdom of Congo, Angola, kc. transl. by Mrs. Hutchinson. 8vo. 1881 [4088] 

— — (Th.) Navigatione ver.so I'lndie Orientali, 1502— Ramusio, i. 133 ... [2027] 
Lord (Rev. H.) Account of the Banians and Parsees — Purchas, i. p. ii. 206 [2072] 

The Banians and Parsees— Churchill, vi. 299 [2086] 

(J. K.) The Naturali-st in Vancouver I. and B. Columbia. 2 vols. 12mo. [5831] 

(W. B.) Shifts and Expedients of Camp Life, Travel, &c. 8vo. 1876 [1299] 

Lome (Marquis) A Trip to the Tropics. 8vo. 1867 [6008] 

Journey Across Newfoundland, by Rev. M. Hai-vey — Pamp [5858] 

The Canadian Nortli-West : Speech at Winnipeg, 1882— Pamp. ... [5821] 

Our Relations with Canada and the Colonies— P.R. C.I. xv. 41 ... [2015] 

■ Canadian Pictures, Drawn with Pen and Pencil. Imp. 8vo. 1884... [5751] 

Imperiiil Federation. 12mo. 1885 [1590] 

Louch (Fitzgibbon) Settlement, Bellevue, Auckland, N.Z. 1880— Pamp. [5606] 

Louck (Adm.) Dutch Expedition to Brazil— De Bry, G.V. xiii [2042] 

Loudon (Alex.) the Guevo Upas, or Valley of Poison— J.R.G.S. ii. 60 ... [1862] 
Loveless (George) Van Diemen's Land, and Transportation. 1837 — Pamp... [5375] 

Lovell's Gazetteer of British North America. 12mo. 1881 [5749] 

Lovett (Major Beresford) Perso-Kelat Frontier— P.R.G.S. xvi. 219, 261 ... [1953] 

Survey, Shiraz to Bam— J.R.G.S. xlii. 202 [1902] 

Visit to Kuh-i-Khwajah, Sistan-J.R.G.S. xhv. 145 [1904] 

Route Sui-veys North Persia, 1881-82— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 57 ... [1964] 



INDEX OF AUTHOKS. Ixxxiii 



No. iu Catalogue. 

Low (Col. C. B.) Jonrneyinm in Mesopotamia — Cassbli, i [2251] 

Kotea on Western Turkestan — Casseel, ii [2252] 

Bombay and the Malabar Coast — Cassell, iv. ... [2254] 

Raj pootaiia, lier Princes and People — Cassell, v [2255] 

The Escorial ; its History and Contents — Cassell, v. [2255] 

Senegambia and the French in W. Africa— Cassell, vi [2256] 

(Hugh) Sarawak ; its Inhabitants and Productions. 8Vo. 1848 ...[4487] 

Lowe (F.) and Smyth, Journey from Lima to Para. 8vo. 1836 [6188] 

Lowenstein (C. J.) Journey Mexico to Mazatlan — J.R.G.S. xi. 100 ... [1841] 

Lubbock (Sir John) Representation. 12nio. 1885 [1590] 

(Neville) Position of the W. Indian Colonies— P. R.C.L viii. 261 ... [2008] 

Our West Indian Colonies— P. R.C.L xTii [2017] 

Luca (John de) Relation of the Crini-Tartars — Thevenot, i. 3 [2077] 

Lucas, Expedition to Fezzan, Bornou, &c. 1788 — African Assoc, i. ... [1986] 

(S.) Charters of the Old English Colonies in America. 8vo. ... ... [5891] 

(Dr. T. P.) Cries from Fiji and Sighings from the South Seas. 12mo. [5634] 

Lucett (M.) Rovings in the Pacific, 1837-49, by a Merchant. 2 vols. 12mo. [2482] 
Ludlam's Account of the Kroomen — Hutton, Tonr of Africa, ii. ... ... [1216] 

Ludlow (J. M.) A Quarter Century of Jamaica Legislation, 1866 — Pamp. [6036] 
Lumsden (Sir- P.) Border Countries Koh-i-Baba Range— P.R.G.S. (N.8.) vii. [1966] 

Luudie (G. A.) Missionary Life iu Samoa, 1840-41. 12mo [4566] 

Luptou (Frank) The Bahr-el-Ghazal Region— P.R.G.S. (N.S,) vi. 245 ... [1965] 
Lyall (Sir A. C.) : a Sketch, by T. H. S. Escott— Pillars of the Empire [1553] 
Lycett (J.) Views in N. S. Wales and V. D. Land. obi. 4to. 1824-25... [4849] 
Lyell (Sir Chas. ) Travels in North America. 2 vols. 12mo. 1845 ... [5910] 

Second Visit to the United States. 2 vols. 12mo. 1849 ...[5911] 

Lynch (H. B.) Survey of the Tigris— J. R.G.S. ix. 441, 471 [1869] 

Lyne (Charles) New Guinea. Establishment of Brit. Protectorate. 12rao. [4523] 
Lynn (W. F.) Far West of Canada and the States, 1872— P.R. C.I. iii. 149 [2003] 

Lyon (Capt. G. F.) Travels in Northern Africa, 1818-20. 4to [4024] 

Private Journal of Parry's Voyage in the "Hecla." 8vo. 1824... [2627] 

Narrative of the Attempt to reach Repulse Bay in 1824. 8vo. ... [2628] 

Lyons (F. A.) Notes on Albania, 1872 — Cassell, iv .- ... [2254] 

Adventures in Laze.stan — Cassell, iv. ... ... ... ... ... [2254] 

Lysaght (T.) Trade and Resources R. Nunez— J. R.G.S. xix. 29 [1879] 

Lysons (Daniel) Berkshire. 4to. 1806 ... [2957] 

With 40 additional Engravings and Series of Aquatints, by Tomkins [2958] 

• Cold, plates and 144 additional illust. 2 vols. L. P. Roy. 4to. ... [2959] 

Lytton (Lord) : a Sketch, by T. H. S. Escott— Pillars of the Empire ... [1553] 

M'Adam (D. H.) St. Louis City, 1886— Ency. Brit. xxi. 183 [2281] 

Macalister (A.,C.M.G.) Queensland & Chinese Immigr.— P.R.C.I. Ix. 42 [2009] 

M'Arthnr (J.) New South Wales ; its State and Prospects. 8vo. 1837 [4868] 

— Colonial Policy of 1840 and 1841 (N.S. W.). 1841— Pamp [5071] 

Macartney (Earl) Embassy to China, by Sir G. Staunton. 8vo. 1797 ... [3369] 

- — (J. N.) Bendigo Gold Field Registry. 8vo. 1872 [5141] 

McBean (8.) Ship Canal between India and Ceylon— P.R. C.I. ix. 337 ... [2009] 

McCarthy (J.) Across China to Bhamo, 1877— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 489... [1960] 

McClatchie(T. R. H.) Japan, 1881— Enct. Beit. xiii. 569 [2273] 

McClintock (Sir L.) Search for Franklin— J. R.G.S, xxxii [1892] 

• Discovery of the Fate of Sir J, Franklin. 8vo [2684] 

Surveys of H.M.S. "Bulldog" N. Atlantic— P.R.G.S. v. 62 ... [1942] 

German Arctic Exi)edition— P.R. G.S. XV. 102 [1952] 

OnSledgeTravelling— P.R.G.S. xix. 464 [1956] 

McClure(A. K. ) The Lesson of Our Civil War, Philadelphia, 1886— Pamp. [5951] 

(Sir R.) Discovery of the N.W. Passage— J.R.G.S. xxiv. 240 ... [1884] 

- — Discoveiy of the North West Passage. 8vo. 1856 [2678] 

MacColl(Malcolm)The Eastern Question; its Facts and Fallacies. 8vo. 1877 [3230] 

M'Combie (T.) Arabin ; Adventures of a Colonist in N.S.W. 12mo. 1845 [4901] 

History of the Colony of Victoria. 8vo. 1858 [5117] 

McCormick (R.) Voyages, Antarctic and Arctic, 1827-53. 2 vols. Roy.Svo. [2754] 

McCosh (Dr.) India aud China, 1861— P.R.G.S. v. 47 [1942] 

9 2 



Ixxxiv INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue^ 

McCoy (Miss Eliz.) Tlie Englishwoman in Russia. 12mo. 1855 [3261] 

^ (Prof.) PaliBontology of Victoria. Royal 8vo. 1879 [1672] 

Zoology of Victoria. Royal 8 vo. 1881 [1684] 

Natural History of Victoria, Ancient and Recent [5126] 

Macdonald (A.) Hong Kong and its Trade, 1881 — Ency. Brit. xii. 141... [2272] 

(D. G. F.) British Columbiaand Vancouver I. 8vo. 1863 ... [5828] 

(John) Sketches of Indian Statesmen — Pillars of the Empire ... [1553] 

(Sir John) Speeches on Home Industries, Ottawa. 1876. Pamp. ... [5770] 

(J. D.) Exploration of the Rewa River, Fiji— J.R.G.S. xxvii. 282 ... [1887] 

Macdonnell (Sir R. G.) South Australian Expedition— P. R.G.S. iv. 93 ... [1941] 

Our Relations with the Ashantees— P. R.C.I, v. 71 [2005] 

Macdouall (John) Voy. to Patagonia and Terra del Fuego, 1826. 12mo.... [6220] 
M'Dougall(G. F.) Voy. of " Resolute "in Search of Franklin, 1852-54. 8vo. [2670] 
Macfarlane (Charles) Turkey and its Destiny. 2 vols. 8vo. 1850 ... [3219] 

• (R.) Mackenzie River District— P.R.G.S. ix. 125 [1946] 

• ■ (Rev. S.) Missionary Voyage to New Guinea, 1872. Pamp. ... [4530] 

Story of the Lifu (Loyalty Is. ) Mission. 12mo. 1873 [4599] 

Fly River, New Guinea— P. R.G.S. XX. 253 [1957] 

■ Voy. of " Eilangowan " to China Str. , N. Guinea— P.R.G.S. xxi. 350 [1958] 

Macfie (Matthew) Vancouver Island and British Columbia. 8vo. 1865... [5830] 

(R. A.) Imperial Federation— P. R. C.I. iii. 2 [2003] 

Colonial Questions pressing for Solution, 1871. 8vo [1529] 

• Position and Prospects of the Empire, 1872 — Pamp [1636] 

MacGahan, Under Northern Liglits : Voyage of the " Pandora." 8vo. 1876 [2703] 
Macgillivray (Johu) Voyage of the "Rattlesnake," 1846-50. 2 vols. 8vo. [2485] 

■ Louisiade Islands and New Guinea — J.K.G.S. xxi. 13 [1881] 

Macgowan (D. J.) Kuweik River and Aqueduct — J.R.G.S. xxxii. 74 ... [1892] 
Macgregor(J.)The " Rob Roy " on the Jordan, Nile, Red Sea, &c. 8vo. 1870 [3784] 

Macham, Discovery of Madeira, 1344 — Hakluyt, ii. pt. ii. 1 [2063] 

Mcintosh (W. C.) Annelida— Enoy. Bbit. ii. 65 [2262] 

Mackay (Rev. Alex.) Manual of Modern Geography. 12mo. 1885 ... [1258] 

(Angus) Semi-Tropical Agriculturalist [Queensland]. 8vo. 1875.... [5250] 

(A- M.) W. Shores of Victoria Nyanza— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 273 ... [1965] 

McKean (Rev. Thomas) Missionary at Tahiti: Memoir of. 12mo. 1847 [4571] 
Mackenzie (A.) Voyages to Frozen and Pacific Oceans, 1789 & 1793. 4to. [2610] 

(Bishop) Zambesi Missionary Expedition — P.R.G.S. v. 131 [1942] 

- — - (David) Emigi-aut's Guide ; Ten Years in Australia, 1833-43. 18mo. [4900] 

(Sir George Stewart) Travels in Iceland, 1810. 4to. [2917] 

(Muir) Sclavonic Provinces of Turkey. 2 vols. 8vo. 1877. ... [3231] 

M'Kerrow (J.) Lake Districts of Otago, N.Z.— J.R.G.S. xxxiv. 56 ... [1894] 

McKillop (Lieut. H. F.) Reminiscences of ServiceinN.Z. 12mo. 1849... [5448] 
McKinlay, Walker, and Laudsborough's Expeditions — J.R.G.S. xxxiii. 5 [1893] 

Tracks Across Australia, by Davis. 8vo. 1863 [4752] 

MacKinnon and Shadbolt's South African Campaign, 1879. 4to [4332] 

McLaohlan (R.) Dragon Fly ; Ephemeridee- Ency. B. vii. 385 ; viii. 457 [2267-8] 

Insects ; Locust ; Mosquito — Enoy. Beit. xiii. xiv. xvi, ... [2273-76] 

Maclagan (Gen. R.) Kashmir ; Lahore — Ency. Brit. xiv. 9,211 [2274] 

Rivers of the Punjab— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 705 [1966] 

The Punjab, 1886— Ency. Beit. XX. 106 [2280] 

Maclaren (Charles) America, North and South, 1875 — Ency. Brit. i. 669 [2261] 

Maclean's Year Book of Canada, 1877— Pamp [5770] 

—*— (Lieut. Gen.) Kaffir Laws and Customs. 8vo. 1858 [4246] 

(Bp. of Saskatchewan) N.W. Territories— P. R.C.I, xiv. 59 [2014] 

Maclear (Rev. G. F.) Christian Missions — Ency. Brit. xvi. 511 [2276] 

McLelan(A. W.) Finances of the Dominion of Canada, 1886— Pamp. ... [5770] 
Maclehose, Picture of Sydney and Guide to N. S.Wales. 12mo. 1839... [4876] 
M'Leod (John) Voyage of "Alceste," to Corea and Lewchew. 8vo. 1818 [3415] 

Voyage and Aocoimt of the People of Dahome. 12mo. 1820 ... [4022] 

(Consul Lyons) On the Zambesi— P.R.G.S. ii. 368 [1939] 

Travels in Eastern Africa. 2 vols. 12mo. 1860 [4180] 

■ — — Madagascar and its People. 8vo. 1865 [4388] 

Maclisc (Rev. D. M.) Canada as a Field for Emigrants, 1882— Pamp. ... [5770] 
M'Millan (Thomas) Catalogue of the Timbers of Victoria, 1877— Pamp.... [5171] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



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No. in CatalojTue. 

McMinn (G. R.) The Settlement, North Australia— Hakcus [5205] 

MoMuUen (John) The Histoiy of Canada. 8vo. 1868 [5724] 

M'Murray (Thomas) Mnskoka and Parry Sound, Canada. 8vo. 1871 ... [5732] 

McNair(W. W.) Visit to Kafiristan— P.R.G.8. (N.S.) vi. 1 [1965] 

Macoan (John) Manitoba, and the Great North West. 8vo. 1882 ... [5809] 

Macpherson (David) Annals of Commerce. 4 vols. 4to. 1805 [1337] 

European Commerce with India. 4to. 1812 [1338] 

(D.) Sedasheghur and Seaports of India— P.R.G.S. vil. 95 [1944] 

Macquarie (Lachlan) Refutation of Hon. H. G. Bennet, 1821— Pamp. ... [5071] 

(J. L.) Voyaged Madagascar. 12mo. 1884 [4397] 

McQueen (James) The Campaigns of 1812-15. 8 vols. 8vo [2837] 

Notes on C. African Geography, 1845— J.R.G.S. xv. 371 [1875] 

Geography of Eastera Equatorial Africa, 1850— J.R.G.S. xx. 235 ... [1880] 

Discoveries of Livingstone, Monteiro, Graca, &c — J.R.G.S. xxvi. 109 [1886] 

Journey, Benguela to Mozambique (Ext.) — P.R.G.S. i. 75 [1938] 

Observ. on Geography of C. Africa, 1858— P.R.G.S. iii. 208 [19*0] 

Kilimanjaro and the White N ile— J. R. G. S. xxx. 128 [1890] 

Journeys of Silva Porto Across Africa, 1852 54— J.R.G.S. xxx. 136 [1890] 

(T. Potter) Australia as She is and May Be, 1840— Pamp [5071] 

Macrae (David) The Americans at Home. i2mo. 1885 [5938] 

Madden (Fred. W. ) Coins of the Jews. 4to. 1881 ...[3803] 

Madoc (Prince) Discovery of the West Indies (1170) — HAKLTJTr, iii. 1 ... [2064] 
Madox (John) Excursions in the Holy Land, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. 1834 ... [3769] 
Mage (Lt.) Journey from the Senegal to the Niger^CASSELL, ii.. 
Magellan, Navigatione ... attorno il Monde, 1519-22 — Rampsio, i. 
- — - Viage de Magallanes y de Elcano — Navabrete, iv. ... 

Compassing of the World — Purchas, i. pt. ii. 33 

Voyage Round the World — Harris, i. 6 

De Brosses [2089] ; Callander [2091] ; DALRYMrLE[2096] ; 

Premier Voyage Autour du Monde. 8vo. Paris 1801 

■ First Voyage Round the World, edit, by Lord Stanley of Alderley.. 

Mahomed Amir, Route from Jelalabad to Yarkand — P.R.G.S. xiii. 122 ... 
Mahommed Sisei, Gambia and Carsamanza Rivers — J.R.G.S. viii. 448 ... 
Mahu (J.) and others, South Sea Voyage, 1598-1600 — Bueney, ii. 187 ... 
Main (Robert) Manual of Scientific Enquiry for Travellers. 12mo. 1871... 
Maine (Sir H. S.) : a Sketch, by John Sherer — Pillars of the Empire ... 
Maitland (Julia C.) Letters from Madras, 1836-39, by a Lady. 12mo. . 
Major (R. H.) Strachey's History of Travels in Virginia — Hakluyt Soc. 

Herberstein's Account of Russia — Hakluyt Soc. xxxi [2122-23] 

Introd. to Mendoza's History of China. 2 vols.— HAKLurT Soc. [2126-27] 

• Tartar Conquerors of China — Hakluyt Soc. xvii [2129] 

India in the Fifteenth Century — Hakluyt Soc. xxii [2134] 

Early Voyages to Australia — Hakluyt Soc. xxv [2137] 

On Pigafetta's Map of Africa, 1591— P.R.G.S. xi. 246 [1948] 

Life of Prince Henry the Navigator. 8vo. 1868 [1362] 

Select Letters, &c., of Columbus— Hakluyt Soc. ... [2156] and [2302] 

On the Landfall of Columbus— J.R.G.S. xli. 193 [1901] 

Bethencourt's Conquest of the Canaries, 1402 — Hakluyt Soc. [2158 & 4010] 

Voyages of the Venetian Brothers Zeni — Hakluyt Soc. I [2162] 

Lost Colonies of Greenland, &C.—J.R.G.S. xliii. 156 [1903] 

Discoveries of Prince Henry and their Results. 8vo. 1877 [1363] 

" Frislanda" of the Zeni Brothers, the Faroes— J.R.G.S. xlix. 412... [1909] 

Malcolm (Sir John) Sketches of the Manners and Customs of Persia. 12mo. [3706] 
Malcom (Rev. H.) Travels in South Eastern Asia. 2 vols. 12mo. 1839 [3491] 
Maiden (Prof. H.) Lower Course of the Dnieper— J. R. G. S. xv. 351 ... [1875] 

Maldonado (L. Ferrar) Voyage to the Strait of Anian — Burney, v. 165 ... [2105] 
Malet (Sir Alex.) The Canadas, a Kingdom: Remedy for Discontents. 1831 [5770] 
Malgo (King) Voyage to leoland, Orkney, &o. 580— Hakluyt, i. 3 ... [2061] 

MaUeson (Col. G. B.) Haidarabad, 1883— P.R.C.I. xiv. 201 [2014] 

Founders of the Indian Empire ; Lord Clive. 8vo. 1882 [3593] 

Mallet (Sir Louis) : a Sketch, by T. H. S. Escott— Pillars of the Empire... [1553] 

Reciprocity, 1879— Pamp. [1636] 

Malone(R. E. ) Three Years' Cruise in the Australian Colonies. 12mo. 1854 [4949] 



[2252] 
[2027] 

[2110] 

[2072] 

[2094] 

Burney [2101] 
[2311] 
[2164] 
[1950] 
[1868] 
[2102] 
[1294] 
[1553] 
[3536] 
[2118] 



Ixxxvi INDEX OF AUTHOES. 



No. in Catalogue. 

Malte Bran, Universal Geography. 9 vols. 8vo. 1834 [1219] 

Maltzan (Baron) Geography of Southern Arabia — P.R.G.S. xvi. 115 ... [1953] 
Man (E. Garnet) Commerce and Prospects of England, 1880— Pamp. ... [1636] 

(E. H.) Note on Two Maps of the Andaman Is.— J.E.G.S. i. 255 ... [1910] 

Aborigines of the Andaman Islands. 8vo. 1885 [3661] 

Manchester (Duke of) Speeches and Addresses — Royal Colonial Inst. [2001 , &c. ] 
Mandelsloe (J. A. do) Travels to Persia and India, 1638-39— Hakhis, i. 749 [2094] 
Mandeville (Jehan de) — see " Maundeville," 

(W., Earl of Essex) Voyage to Jerusalem, 1177— Hakltjyt, ii. 17 ... [2062] 

Mangles (James) and Irby (C. L.) Travels in Egypt, &c. 1817-18. Svo. ... [3877] 

(Ross D.) How to Colonise [New Zealand], Lond. 1842— Pamp. .., [5606] 

Maning(F. E.) Old New Zealand by a Pakeha Maori. Svo. 1863 ...[5485] 

New Edition, edited by the Earl of Pembroke. Svo. 1876 [5527] 

Manley (J. J.) Salt, Preserved Provisions, Bread, Biscuits [1573] 

Mann (D.) Sand-Bars at River Mouths, S. Africa— P.R.G.S. xvi. 138 ... [1953] 

(D. D.) Picture of New South Wales. 4to. 1811 [4835] 

Sydney in 1810 I Four large Coloured View.s. Reproduced 1884 ... [4836] 

(J. A.) Oceanic Currents, N.E. Coast S, America— P.R,G.S. vii. 60... [1944] 

■ (R. G., M.D.) The Colony of Natal. Svo. 1860 [4316] 

General Hints to Emigrants. 12mo. 1866 [1292] 

Physical Geography and Climate of Natal— J.R.G.S. xxxvii. 48. 1867 [1897] 

Emigrant's Guide to Natal. 12mo. 1868 [4317] 

Physical and Economical Aspects of Natal — P.R.C.I. ii. 93 [2002] 

Gold Region between Limpopo and Zambesi — J.E.G.S. xlL 100 ... [1901] 

The Zulus and Boers. 1879. 12mo [4327] 

• (and Brooks) History and Description of Natal, 1876 [4322] 

(Wm. ) Six Years in the Australian Provinces. 12mo. 1839 ... [4875] 

Manning (Thomas) Journey to Lhasa, 1811. Svo [3352] 

Mansel (Sir R.) Fleet sent against Algiers, 1620— PuROHAS, ii. 881 ... [2073] 

Mansvelt and the Buccaneers, 1664 — Burnf.y, iv. 56 [2104] 

Maples (Chauncy) Masasi and Ro vuma— P. R. G. S. (N.S.) ii. 337 [1961] 

Makua Land, E. Africa— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 79 [1963] 

Marchand (Etienne) Voyage Round the World, 1790-92. 2 vols. 4to. ... [2406] 
Marco de Ni^a, Voyages to N. Mexico, &c. 1539-90 — Purchas, iv. 1660... [2075] 
Marco Polo, Viaggi delle cose de Tartari e dell' Indie — Ramusio, ii. ... [2028] 

• Travels of, translated from Ramusio — -Purchas*, iii. 65 [2074] 

see also Harri.s, i. 593 [2094] ; Murray, Asia, i. 152 [1344] 

Transl. with Dissertations by Marsden. 4to. 1818 [2805] 

Book of, transl. and edit, by Col. Yule. 2 vols. Svo. 1875 ,. [2806] 

— — On Southern Mangi by Phillips— J. R.G.S. xliv. 97 [1904] 

Idenrity of Zayton by Dougla.s— J.R.G,S. xliv. 112 [1904] 

- — Dissertation on by Yule, 1885— Ency. Brit. xix. 404 [2279] 

Marcoy (Paul) Journey Across South America. 4 vols. 4to. 1874 ... [6129] 
Marees (Peter) Descriptio Auriferi Regni Guinese — De Bry, P. V, vi. ... [2048] 
Margary (A. R.) Journey, Hankow to Ta-li-Fu— J.R.G.S. xlvi. 172 ... [1906] 

Journey from Shanghae to Bhamo, &c. Svo. 1876 [8391] 

Margry (Pierre) Les Navigations Fran9aises du X I Ve an XVIe Sifeele 12mo. [1360] 
Marignolli's Recollections of Eastern Travel (1338-53) — Yule, Cathay ... [2149] 

Mariner's Account of the Tonga Islands. 2 vols. Svo. 1818 [4542] 

Marion du Fresne, Nouveau Voyage h, la Mer du Sud. 12mo. 1783 ... [2350] 

Marjoribanks (Alex.) Travels in New Zealand. 12mo. 1846 [5441] 

Travels in N. S. Wales. 12mo, 1847 [4907] 

Travels in South and North America. 12mo. 1853 [5914] 

Markham (Com. A. H.) New Hebrides and Santa Cruz— J. R. G. S. xlii. 213 [1902] 

Cruise of the " Rosario " in W. Pacific. Svo. 1873 [2511] 

Whaling Cruise to Baffin's Bay and Gulf of Boothia. Svo. 1874... [2609] 

The Great Frozen Sea, Voyage of the " Alert," 1875-76. 12mo. 1880 [2712] 

On Sledge Travelling— P.E.G.S. xxi. 110 '[1958] 

Northward Ho ! Account of Voyages towards N. Pole. 12mo. 1879 [2713] 

Campaign of 1879 in Barents' Sea— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 1 [1961] 

A Polar Reconnaisance : Voyage to Novaya Zembla, 1879. Svo ... [2721] 

Visit to the Galapagos Islands, 1880— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 742 ... [1961] 

Voyages and Works of Davis the Navigator— Hakluyt Soc. lix. ... [2172] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Ixxxvii 



No. in Catalogue. 
Markham (Clements R., C.B.) Visit to Cuzco and Lima. 12mo. 1856 [6191] 

Supposed Sources of the River Punis — J.R.G.S. xxv. 151 [1885] 

Expeditions, Valley of Amazons, 1539-40, 1639— Hakldyt Soc.xxiv [2136] 

Embassy to Samai-kand, 1403, and Life of Timour — Hakluyt Soo. [2138] 

On Expedition in Search of El Dorado, &c. 1560-61— Hakluyt Soc. [2140] 

Adventures of Don AlonzoEnri(|uez de Guzman— Hakluyt Sou. xxix. [2141] 

Sources of the River Purus— P. R.G.S. V. 224 [1942] 

R. Purus and Pro\'ince of Caravaya— J.R.G.S. xxxL 190 [1891] 

Travels in Peru and India, Collecting Chinehona Plants, &e. 8vo. [6192] 

Travels of Pedro de Cieza de Leon, 1530-50 — Hakluyt Soc. 2 vols. [2145] 

— — Narrative of Pascual de Andagoya, on Peru, &c. — Hakluyt Soc. ... [2146] 

Best Route for N. Polar Expedition— P. R.G.S. ix. 138 [1946] 

On the Greenland Esquimau.x— J.R.G.S. XXXV. 87 [1895] 

Forest Destruction in the Ghats of India— J.R.G.S. xxxvi. 180 ... [1896] 

Inland Navigation of Travancore— J.R.G.S. xxxvi. 198 [1896] 

Table of Voyages towards North Pole— J.R.G.S. xxxvi. 295 ... [1896] 

Portuguese Expeditions to Abyssinia — J.R.G.S. xxxviii. 1 [1898] 

Geographical Results Abyssinian E.xp. 1868— P.R.G.S. xiii. 113, 298 [1950] 

History of the Abyssinian Expedition. 8vo. 1869 [3959] 

■ Royal Commentaries of the Yncas. 2 vols. — Hakluyt Soo. [2153-54] 

■ Geography of the Yncas Tribes— J.R.G.S. xli. 281. xlii. 513 [1901-2] 

■ — — Reports on the Discovery of Peru by Pizarro — Hakluyt Soc. xlvii. [2159] 

Rites and Laws of the Yncas — Hakluyt Soc. xlviii. [2160] 

Threshold of the Unknown Region (Round the N. Pole). 8vo. 1873 [2695] 

Memoir ofCountess Chincon, Vice-Queen of Peru,1629-39. 4to. 1874 [6179] 

■ On Discoveries East of Spitzbergen— J.R.G.S. xliii. 83 [1903] 

Rail and Steam Communication in Peru — J.R.G.S. xliv. 127 ... [1904] 

• Discoveries of the "Polaris'— P. R.G.S. xviii. 12 ... [1955] 

Selection of Papers on Arctic Geography, &c. 8vo. 1875 [2698] 

Travellers in Great Thibet— J.R.G.S. xiv. 299 [1905] 

Narratives of Bogle's and Manning's Journeys to Thibet, 1774, 1811. [3352] 

Arctic Voyage of the " Valorous"— P. R.G.S. xx. 55 [1957] 

Afghan Geography— P.R.G.S. XX. 241 [1957] 

Resultsof Arctic E.xped., 1875-76— P.R.G.S. xxi. 536 [1958] 

Unexplored Parts of South America— P.R.G.S. xxii. 40 [1958] 

Voyages of Sir J. Lancaster to the East Indies — Hakluyt Soc. Ivi. [2169] 

The Hawkins' Voyages, 1530-1608— Hakluyt Soc. Ivii [2170] 

Memoir on the Indian Survey. 2nd Edit. Imp. 8vo. 1878. ... [3572] 

Progress of Geographical Discovery — Ency. Brit. x. 175 [2270] 

Arctic Expeditions of 1878— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)i. 16 [I960] 

Mountain Passes, Afghan Frontier— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 38 [I960] 

Upper Basin of the Kabul River— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 110 [I960] 

BasinoftheHelmund— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)i. 191 [1960] 

— Valley of the Don— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 675 [1960] 

■ ■ Peruvian Bark, its Introduction into India. 12mo. 1880 [6199] 

Acosta's History of the Indies. 2 vols. — Hakluyt Soc. Ix. Ixi. [2174-75] 

Map of Peru to illustrate Aoosta, Cieza de Leon. &c. — Hakluyt Soc. [2176] 

— — ■ Peru : a Popular Account. 12mo. 1881 [6200] 

Voyages of William Baffin, 1612-22— Hakluyt Soc. Ixiii [2177] 

The Fifty Years' Work of the Royal Geogr. Society. 8vo. 1881 ... [1981] 

Search for "Jeannette" Expedition— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 28 ... [1963] 

OnInstructioninNavigation,Astronomy.&c.— P.R.6.S. (N.S.)iv.296 [1963] 

Basins of the Amaru-Mayu and Beni— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 313 ... [1964] 

Peru: Geography, History, &c. (1885)— Ency. Brit, xviii. 669 ... [2278] 

The Polar Regions— Ency. Brit. xix. 315, 329 [2279] 

Progress of Discovery, New Guinea — R.G.S. Supp. P. i. 

Markham (J.) Province of Shan-tung, China— J.R.G.S. xL 207 
Marryat (F. S.) Borneo and the Indian Archipelago. Imp. 8vo. 

(Joseph) Speech on Marine Insurances, 1810 — Pamp. ... 

More thoughts on the W. I. Colonies, 1818 — Pamp 

Reply to Arguments on the Sugar Duties, 1823 — Pamp. 

Letter on Erroneous Statements in Marryat's "Reply," 1823- 



[1912] 

[1900] 

1848... [4486] 

[1636] 

[6036] 

... [6036] 
-Pamp. [6036] 



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INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 

Marsden (Joshua) Mission to Nova Scotia, &c. 12mo. 1827 [5774] 

(Rev. S.) Senior Chaplain, N. S. W., 1794-1834, Memoirs of. 12mo... [4874] 

(Wm.) On the Language of Siwah — African Assoc, ii [1986] 

History of Sumatra. 4to. Hates. Folio. 1811 [4430] 

Miscellaneous Works : Polynesian, Oriental Languages, ?cc. 4to. 1834 [4481] 

Marsh (Ant.) Discovery of the River Obi, 1584 &c. — PuitonAS, iii. 804 ... [2074] 

. (H. C.) Journey to India, via Herat, 1872— P.R.G.S. xxi. 582 .. [1958] 

(M. H.) Overland from Southampton to Queensland. 12mo. 1857 [5244] 

(Lory) On Forming a Brit, and Amer. Association — P.R.C.L iii. 75.. 

Marshall (Charles) The Canadian Dominion. Svo. 1871 

(Henry) Ceylon and its Inhabitants. 12mo. 1846 

■ (Capt. John) Voyage from Port Jackson to China, 1788 — Phillip .. 

(John) On Female Emigration to Australia, 1838 — Pamp 

(Surgeon W. B.) Two Visits to New Zealand. 12mo. 1836 



[2003] 
[5729] 
[3636] 
[4824] 
[5071] 
[5409] 
(W. E.) Travels amongst the Todas of South India. Photos. Svo. 1873 [3554] 
Marshman (J. C.) Memoirs of Carev, Marshman, and Ward. 12mo. 1863 [6270] 
Mart (R.) The Timber of N.S.W. and V.D.L.— Field's Geng. Memoirs ... [4710] 

Marten (F.) Voyage to Spitzbergen, 16/1 — Hakluvt Soc. xviii [2130] 

Observations in Greenland and other Northern Countries [232S] 

■ (Nath.) Seventh Voyage of E. India Co. 1610-15— PuRCH As, i. 814.. [2072] 

Martin (Frederick) The Statesman's Year Book. 12mo. v. d [1631] 

England ; Geography and Statistics, 1878— Enct. Brit. viii. 215 ... [2268] 

(G. F.) Survey Operations, Knrram Valley— P. R. G. S. (N.S.) i. 617 [I960] 

(James) Explorations in N.W. Australia— J. R.G.S. xxxv. 237 ... [1895] 

(John, M.D.) Mariner's Tonga Islands. 2 vols. 8vo. 1818 ... [4542] 

■ — — (Montgomery) History of the British Colonies. 5 vols. Svo. 1834 [1347] 

• British Colonial Library. 10 vols. 12mo. 1836-48 [1349] 

Colonial Policy of the British Empire. Svo. 1837 [1464] 

Statistics of the British Colonies. Royal Svo. 1889 [1848] 

Colonial Magazine and Commercial-Maritime Journal. 8 vols. Svo... [1479] 

Hudson Bay Territories and Vancouver I. 1849. Svo. [5803] 

The Australian Colonies ; their History, &c. 4to. 1853 [4942] 

(S. M. D.) New Zealand. Svo. 1845 [5434] 

(Sir Wm.) The Taranaki Question, 1S61— Pamp [5606] 

(Lady) Our Maories : Notes during 34 Years in N. Z. 12mo. 1884 [5566] 

Martineau (Harriet) History of American Compromises, 1856 — Pamp. .., [5951] 

(John) Letters from Australia. 12mo. 1869 [4990] 

Martini (P.) Description de I'Empire de la Chine — Thevbnot, ii. 36 ... [2078] 
Martyn (Thomas) Figures of Shells, collected in the South Seas. 4to. 1789 [1842] 

(Henry; Missionary to India — Ency. Brit. xv. 586 [2275] 

Martyr (Peter, d'Anghleria) Historia del Nuovo Mondo — Bamusio, iii. ... [2029] 

Decades of the NeweWorlde — Supplement to Hakluyt [2070] ;Arber[1320] 

Historic of the West Indies, transl. by M. Lok. Small 4to. 1612 [1821] 

Mason (G. H.) Life with the Zulus of Natal. 12mo. 1855 [4312] 

Massary (Isabel) Social Life in Sydney. 12mo. 1866 ,.. [4986] 

Our Cousins in Australia. 12mo. 1867 [4986] 

Masters (Maxwell T.) Principles of Horticulture— Enct. BniT. xii. 211-295 [2272] 

■ Orchids; Palm ; Potato ; &c.— Enct. Brit, xvii.-xix. ... [2277-79] 

(Peter) Remarks on the Gulf of Mexico— J. R. G. S. xv. 236 [1875] 

Masiidy (Abu'1-Ha.san) Travels, 10th Cent.— Ency. Brit. xv. 623 ... [2275] 

Mathews (Jehu) A Colonist on the Colonial Question. 12mo. 1872 ... [1533] 
Mathison (G. F.) A Visit to Peru, the Sandwich Islands, &c. 1821-22. Svo. [6182] 

(Comm.) Visit to Oragawa, Yeddo, 1S49— J.R.G.S. xx. 136 ... [1880] 

Mattheo di Micheovo, Desor. delle due Sarniatie — Ramiisio, ii. Supp. 73 [2028] 
Matthew Paris, Relations touching the Tartars — Purchas, iii. 60 ... [2074] 

■ Acts ofEng. Pilgrims to Jerusalem, 1118-1292— PuilCHAS, ii. 1215 ... [2078] 

Matthew (Patrick) Emigration Fields ; N. America, N.Z., &c. 1839 ... [1477] 
Matthews (Henry) Diary of an Invalid, a Tonr in Italy, &c. 1817-19. Svo. [2840] 

Mauch (Karl) Journey on the Vaal River, 1870— Cassell, iv [2254] 

Maude (Col.) Self-Supporting Emigration— P.R.O.I. ii. 41 ... [2002] 

Maudslay (A. P.) Explorations in Guatemala— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 185 ... [1964] 
■ Ruins and Site of Copan, C. America— P.R.O.S. (N.S.) viii. 588 ... [1967] 



INDEX OF AUTHOES. 



IxxxLx 



No. In Cutalogne. 

Maundeville (Sir John) Travels, 1332-65— Pdrchas, iii. 128 [2074] 

. Voyage and Travaile, edit, by Halliwell. 8vo. 1878 [2808] 

■ Travels in Palestine — Weight [8766] 

. Disquisition on, by Col. Yule— Ency. Brit. XT. 478 [2275] 

See also Yule's C'ffC/iay, i. 27 [2148] 

Maundrell (Henry) Journey to Baalbec and Jerusalem, 1697 ... ... [8765] 

See also Harms, ii. 841 [2t)95] Wright's Early TraveU [3766] 

(Rev. H.) N. E. Province of Madagascar— J. R.G.S. xxxvii. 108 ... [1897] 

Maunior (C.) Cochin-China and its Inhabitants, 1877— Enoy. Brit. vi. 93 [2266] 
Mauriquc (Friar Seb.) Mission to Bengal, &c., 1612— Murray, Asia, ii.... [1344] 

Maury (M. F.)PhvsicalGeography of theSea— P.R.G.S. V. 22 [1942] 

— — Physical Geography of the Sea. 20th edit. 8vo. 1886 [1657] 

Maxwell (Clerk) Attraction ; Capillary Action ; Diffusion ; &c.— E. B. [2282, &c.] 

(J. S.) The Czar ; his Court and People. 12mo. 1848 [3260] 

. (P. M.) On Immigration in B. Guiana— Russell P. Essay [6099] 

May (C.) Wonderful Preservation of the " Terra Nova " — Churchill, vi. 348 [2086] 

(D. J.) On the Ruvuma River— P.R.G.S. vi. 36 [1943] 

. Journey in Yoruba and Nupe Countries, 1858— J.R.G.S. xxx. 213 ... [1890] 

■ (H.) Voyage to E. Indies, and Shipwreck, 1591-3— Hakldyt, iii. 573 [2064] 

■ Shipwreck on the Bermudas, 1593— Pnr.CH.\s, iv. 1793 [2075] 

(W. W.) Sketches during a Voyage in Search of Franklin. 4to. 1855 [2668] 

Mayes (C.) Resources of Victoria. Prize Essay. 8vo. 1861 [5125] 

Maynard {J. H.) Journey, Antananarivo to Mojunga — P.R.G.S. xx. 110 ... [1957] 
Mayne (Com. R. C.) Four Years in B. Columbia and V. I. 8vo. 1862 ... [5827] 

Country between Jarvis Inlet and Fort Pemberton — J. R. G. S. xxxi. 297 [1891] 

Vancoiiverlsland— J.R.G.S. xxxii. 529 [1892] 

Mayo (Earl) Sport in Abyssinia, or the Mareb and Tackazzee. 12mo. 1876 [3962] 

Journey in Portuguese S. W. Africa- P. R. G. S. (N. S. ) v. 458 ... [1 964] 

Mayson (J. Sohofield) Four Months at the Cape, 1853- Pamp [4298] 

■ The Malays of Cape Town, 1861— Pamp [4298] 

Meade (Hon. H.) Disturbed Districts of New Zealand. 8vo. 1870 ...[5508] 
Medhurst (Sir Walter H.) Brit. N. Borneo, 1885— P.R. C.I. xvi. 273 ... [2016] 
Medley (John, Bp. of Frederioton) Visitation Tour, WiS— Church in Cols. [6257] 

Meinicke(C. E.) DasFestland Australien. 8vo. 1837 [4870] 

Meissas (Gaston) City of Lyons, 1883— Ency. Beit. xv. 110 [2275] 

• Marseilles ; History and Commerce, 1883 — Ency. Buit. xv. 571 ... [2275] 

Paris ; its Situation and Statistics, 1885 — Ency. Brit, xviii. 274 ... [2278] 

Mellis.s (J. C. ) St. Helena ; Physical, Historical, Topographical. Roy. 8vo. [4081] 

Melville (G. W.) In the Lena Delta. 8vo. 1884 [2726] 

(Henry) History of Van Diemen's Land, 1824-35. 12mo [5322] 

Present State of Australasia. 12mo. 1851 [4926] 

(HeiTuan) Typee, or the Marquesas Islands. 12mo. ... ,. ... [4570] 

Omoo ; or the South Sea Islands. 12mo [4570] 

(Mrs.) Residence at Sierra Leone. 12mo. 1849 - [t039] 

Mcndana de Neyra (Alvaro) Voyage, 1567— Dalrymple ; Burney, i. 278 [2101] 

Second Voyage, 1595— Thevenot, 58; Dalrymple [2096]; Bubney [2102] 

Descubrimentos^ZAEAGozA. Tomo i. 1876 [2314] 

Mendez Pinto, Observations of China, &c., 1521-45— Purchas, iii. 252 ... [2074] 
Mendoza (J. Gonzales de) Kingdom of China. 2 vols. — Hakluyt Soc. [2126-27] 

Discovei-y of the Philippines — Purchas, iii. 282 [2074] 

(Don L. Torres de) Descubrimentos Espagfiols en America, &c. 15 vols. [1358] 

Mendozza(Ant.)Discopr. dellaNuovaSpagna,&c.,1539— Ramusio, iii. 296 [2029] 
Menezes (Duarte) Laws, &c., Portuguese India — Purchas, ii. 1506 ... [2073] 

■ (Don George) Visit to Borneo, 1526— Barros [132.3] ; Crawfurd ... [4450] 

Discovery of " Papua," 1526— Barros [1323] ; Burney, i [2101] 

Meniies (Justice) Corresp. with Sir A. Stockenstrom, 1840— Pamp. ... [4298] 

(Sutherland) Turkey, Old and New. 2 vols. 8vo. 1880 [3238] 

Mercator ; Historia Mundi, or Mercator's Atlas, by Hondy. 4to. 1635... [1203] 
Meredith (Mrs. L. A.) Notes and Sketches of N.S. Wales, 1839-44. 12mo. [4894] 

My Home in Tasmania. 2 vols. 12mo. 1852 [5332] 

Over the Straits ; A Visit to Victoria. 12mo. 1861 [5124] 

— ^ Tasmanian Friends and Foes, Feathered, Furred, and Finned. 8vo. ... [5352] 
Our Island Home (Tasmania). Illustrated. Folio. 1879 [5349] 



xc 



INDEX OF AUTHOKS, 



No, in Catalogue. 
Mereweather (J. D.) Diary of a Clergyman in Australia, 1850-53. 12ino. ... [4961] 
Merick (A.) Voyage to Strait of Magalhanes, 1589-90— Buiiney, ii. 95 ... [2102] 
Merin (J. B.) Journey to the Mines in Hungary, 1615 — Chueohill, iv. 762 [2084] 

Merivale (Heiman) Lectures on Colonisation. 8vo. 1861 [1475] 

MeroUa da Sorrento (J.) Voyage to Congo, &c., 1682 — Churchill, i. 575 .. [2081] 

Merrill(Selah)Travel3Eastofthe Jordan, 1875-77. 8vo. 1881 [3797] 

Merriman (J. X.) Resources and Finances of S. Africa — P.R.C.I. xvi. 1 ... [2016] 
Metcalfe's (Sir Chas.) Policy in Jamaica— CoL. Mac. i. 360, 484 ; ii. 442... [1479] 

Meteren (Emanuel van) Residence in England, 1558-1612 [2937] 

Methuen (Henry H.) Life in the Wilderness [Griqualand,&o.]. 12mo. 1846 [4228] 

Meyer (Rev. A.) The Encounter Bay Tribe, S. Australia. 8vo [4805] 

■ — -(Adolf B.) Expedition to New Guinea, 1873. Folio [4514] 

Michael of Tripoli, Of Ethiopia— Ray [2080] 

Michell (Major C. C.) Roads and Kloofs in Cape Colony— J. R.G.S. vi. 168 [1866] 

— (J.) Trans, of Russian Geog. Papers— J. R.G.S. xxviii.-xxxvi. [1888-96] 

(Robert) Trans, of Russian Geog. Papers— J.R.G.S. xxxviii., xl. [1898, &c.] 

The Jaxartes, or Syr Daria — J.R.G.S. xxxviii. 429 

Kotes on Fedcheuko's Maji of Maghian — J.R.G.S. xliii. 263... 

Journey from Kazan to Orcnburgh — Ca.ssell, v. 

Russian Expedition to the Alai and Pamir — J.R.G.S. xlvii. 17 

— Regions of the Upper Oxus— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 489 

(W. C.) The Fijian Islands — Cassell, v 

Michelsen (Dr.) Geography of Bread Plants — ^J. R.G.S. xxxii. 565... 

(VV.) Voyage to tlie Bay of Mexico, 1589^HAKLirYT, iii. 557 

Michie (A.) Journey, Tientsin to Manchuria — J.R.G.S. xxxiii. 153 

(Sir Arch.) Readings in Melbourne, Lectures on Victoria. 12mo. 

Great Britain and New Guinea — P.R.C.L vi. 121 

Middendorf (M.) Journey in N. Siberia, 1843— J.R.G.S. xiv. 247 ... 

Middleton (Capt. C.) Voyage to Hudson's Bay, 1741-42— Hakluyt Soc.xii. [2124] 

(D.) Voyages E. and W. Indies- Pukchas, i. 226, &c. ; iv. 1246 [2072-75] 



[1898] 
[1903] 
[2255] 
[1907] 
[1965] 
[2255] 
[1892] 
[2064] 
[18&3] 
[5149] 
[2006] 
[1874] 



(Henry) Rome: Topography, Archasology-ENCY. Brit. xx. 807 ... [2280] 

(Sir Henry) Voyage to the Moluccas, 1604-5 — Hakluyt Soc. xix. ... [2131] 

Voyage for the E. India Co., 1610-12— Purohas, i. pt. ii. 247 ... [2072] 

Voyage to the Moluccas, Banda, &c., 1620— Purchas, i. pt. ii. 701 ... [2072] 

Miklukho Maclay, Travels in New Guinea— P.R.G.S. xix. 517 [1956] 

Explorations in New Guinea— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 768, &c [1963] 

■ Melanesia, Malay Archipelago, &c.— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 45, &c. ... [1964] 

Mildenhall (J.) Travels to Persia, 1599-1606— Purchas, i. pt. ii. 114 ... [2072] 

Miles (Capt. S. B.) Bunder Marayah and Somauli Coast— J.R.G.S. xlii. 61 [1902] 

Journey, Gwadur to Karachi, Mekran — J.R.G.S. xliv. 163 [1904] 

(Col. W.) History of the Reign of Tipoo Sultan. 8vo. 1864 .. [3550] 

Mill (H. R.) The Red Sea— Ency. Brit. XX. 316 [2280] 

(James) Art. " Colony" from the Encyelo. Britanniai, 1820 — Pamp. [1636] 

(John) The Ottomans in Europe. Svo. 1876 [3229] 

(J. S.) Principles of Political Economy. 2 vols. Svo. 1878 ...[1548] 

Miller (J. L.) Tasmania, Past and Present— P.R.C.I. x. 333 [2010] 

(S.) Contrib. to Knowledge of N. Guinea— J.R.G.S. xxviii. 264 ... [1888] 

(Gen. W.) The Chunchos Indians of Peru— J.R.G.S. vi. 174 [1866] 

• Notes on South America and Oceania — J.R.G.S. xii. 137 [1872] 

Millett (Mrs. E.) A Parsonage in Western Atistralia. 12mo. 1872 ...[5292] 

Milligan (Wm., M.D.) Report on Diseases of Perth, 1831 .[4715] 

Language of the Tasmaniau Aborigines — Smyth ... ... ... [4804] 

Millingen (Charles) Journey in Yemen— J.R.G.S. xliv. 118 [1904] 

Millington (T. S. ) Signs and Wonders in the Land of Ham. 12mo. 1873 ... [3896] 

Mills (Arthur) Colonial Constitutions. Svo. 1856 [1506] 

Millward (J.) Voyage to the E. Indies, 1614-15— Purchas, i. pt. ii. 524 ... [2072] 

Milner (Rev. John) Cruise of the "Galatea." 8vo. 1869 [2507] 

Milton (Viscount) and Dr. Cheadle, N.W. Passage by Land. 8vo. 1866 ... [2688] 

The San Juan Water Boundary Question. Svo. 1869 [5832] 

Three Years on the Australian Station. By an Officer. Svo. 1868 [2504] 

Milum (Rev. J.) Journey up the Niger to Bida— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 26... [1962] 
Minchin (J. B.) E. Bolivia and the Gran Chaco— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iiL 401 [1962] 
Andean Table Land of Bolivia, 1882— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 671 ... [1963] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



xci 



No. in Catalogue. 

Misson (Max.) Voyage to Italy. &c., 1688. 4 vols. 12rao. 1714 [2829] 

Travels iu England, Scotland, and Ireland. 12mo. 1714 [2829] 

Mirambo (P. B.) Description of Unyamwezi— P. R.G.S.xxii. 28 [1959] 

Mitchell (John) JaO Journal. 12mo. 1854 [5333] 

(Sir T. L.) Explorations in Australia— J.R.G.S. vii. 271 [1867] 

Expeditions into E. Australia, 1831-36. 2 vols. 8vo [4719] 

Expedition into Tropical Australia. 8vo. 1848 [4726] 

Australian Geography, with Pacific and Indian Oceans. 12rao. 1850 [4731] 

Mitchinson (Alex. W.) The Expiring Continent, &c. 8vo. 1881 [4066] 

Mitra (R.) Indo-Aryans ! their Auciunt and Mediieval History. 2 vols. 8vo. [3509] 
Mivart (St. George) Ape; Lizard; Reptiles, &c. — Ency. Brit. ... [2262, Ac] 
Moens (J. W.) English Travellers and Italian Brigands. 2 vols. 12nio. 1866 [3138] 
Moerenhout, Voyages aux lies du Grand Ocean. 2 vols. 8vo. 1837 ... [2457] 
Moesta (C.) Position W. Coast of South America— J.R.G.S. xxviii. 333 ... [1888] 
Moffat (Robert) Missionary Labours and Scenes S. Africa. 8vo. 1842 ... [4171] 

Visit to Mo.selekat.se, King of the Matebele— J.R.G.S. xxvi. 84 ... [1886" 

Journey, Colesberg to Steinkopf, 1854-55— J.R.G.S. xxviii. 153 ... [1888 

Joumey from Namaqua-Land Eastward, 1856 — J.R.G.S. xxxviii. 174 [1898 

Namaquas or Bushman Land— P.R.G.S. ii. 77-158 [1939' 

Bechwana, or Betjuana — Ency. Biut. iii. 478 [2263, 

Moggridgo (J. T.) Harvesting Ants and Trap-Door Spiders. 8vo. 1873 [1673; 
Mohn (H.) Norway ; its Geography, Fauna, &c.— Ency. Brit. xvii. 575 [2277^ 
Moister(Rev. W.) Stories, Sketches, Facts, of Missionary Enterprise. 12mo. [6276] 

Molesworth (Lord) Account of Denmark in 1692. 8vo. 1694 [2892] 

• (Sir W.) Speeches on the Colonies. 8vo. 1848-51 [1494] 

Molina (Christoval de) Fables and Rites of the Yncas — Hakluyt Soo.xlviii. [21 60] 

^ Chili : Geographical, Natural, and Civil History. 8vo. 1809 ...[6208] 

Moll's Atlas Geographicus. 5 vols. 4to. 1711-17 [1214] 

Molloy (Charles) De Jure Maritimo et Navali. 2 vols. 8vo. 1769 ...[1430] 
Molyneux (Lt.) Exped, to the Jordan and Dead Sea-J.R.G.S. xviii. 104 1878] 
Monck (Capt. J.) Voyage to Hudson's Straits — Churchill, i. 487 ... [2081] 

Money (C. L.) Knocking about in New Zealand, 1861-70. 12mo. ... [5509] 

(J. "W. B.) Java ; or How to Manage a Colony. 2 vols. 12mo. 1861 [4452] 

Monfart, Observations in China, about 1618 — Purchas, iii. 405 [2074] 

Monk (C. J.) The Golden Horn, Sketches in Asia Minor, &c. 2 vols. 12mo. [3220] 
Monoxe (Edw.) Journal of the late Oitouz Business — Purchas, ii. 1793 .. [2073] 
Monson(SirW.)Naval Tracts. Actions by Sea,&c.—CHURCHlLL,iii. 139-500 [2083] 

How to Colonize Madagascar, 1640 — Churchill, iii. 406 [2083] 

Montagu (John) Sei-vices in V. D. Land and C, G. Hope. 8vo [4244] 

Montague (F. C.) Local Administration. 12mo. 1885 [1590] 

Monte Corvino, &c.. Mission to Tartary and China — Yule, Oalhay, i. 163 [2148] 

Marsden's A/n!?-co Poilo, 243-245 [2805] ; Purchas, iii [2074] 

Monteiro and Gamitto, Journey to Cazembe, 1831 — Lands of Cazembe ... [4112] 

■ ^ (J. J.) Angola and the River Congo. 2 vols. 12mo. 1875 ..,[4097] 

Monteith (Gen. W.) Tour through Azerbijan—J.R.G.S. iii. 1 [1863] 

Account of the Bagery Hills, Madras— J. R.G.S. v. 404 [1865] 

Routes from Bushir to Shiraz— J. R.G.S. xxvii. 108 [1887] 

Montfaucon (Fatlier) Travels through Italy, 1702. 12mo [3118] 

Montgomerie (Col. T. G.) Position of Yarkand, &c.— J.B.G.S. xxxvi. 157 [1896] 

Pundit's Journey, Nepal to Lhasa— J.R.G.S. x.xxviii. 129 [1898] 

Trans-Himalayan Explorations — J.R.G.S. xxxix. 146 [1899] 

The Miiza's Joumey, Kabul to Kashgai— J.R.G.S. xli. 132 [1901] 

Exploration of Great Tibet— J. R. G. S. xlv. 315, 350 [1905] 

Montgomery (James) Visit of Tyerman and Bennet to S. Seas. 2 vols. 8vo. [24l5] 

Monto, and others. Voyage to Acadia, 1604— Harley, ii. 795 [2088] 

Moodie (Lt. D.) The RecoM : Native Tribes S. Africa, 1649-1809. 4to. ... [4233] 

(D. C. F.) Battles in South Africa, 1495-1879. 12mo [4267] 

(G. P. ) Annexation of Transvaal : Reply to Sir B. Frere. 1881— Pamp. [4365] 

Moonta, Travels in the Interior of Japan— Cassell, vi [2256] 

Moorcroft, Joumey over the Himalayas into Tibet — Murray, Asia, ii 404 [1344] 

(W. ) Productions and Agriculture of Kashmir— J.R.G.S. ii. 253 ... [1862] 

Moore, Travels in Senegal, Gambia, &c. 1740— Murray, Africa, i. 202 ... [1344] 



xcii INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Moore (C.) Woods of N.S. Wales— Indust. Peooeess, N.S.W. 1871 ... [4997] 

(G. F.) Letters and Journals in W. Australia. 18rao. 1834 [5283-84] 

An Inland Sea to the N".E. of Swan River, 1837— P amp [4791] 

Australian Aborigines— CoL. Mag. ii. 323 ; v. 309, 422 ; vi. 38, 423 [1479] 

Vocabulary: Aborigines of W. Australia. 1842— P amp. [4812] and [5284] 

Diary of an Early Settler in Western Australia. 1830-40. 8vo. ... [5284] 

(Joseph) The Queen's Empire ; or, Ind and her Pearl. 8vo. 1886 [3600] 

(Thomas) Cactus— Ency. Brit. iv. 625 ' [2264] 

Practical Horticulture — Enoy. Beit. xii. 217-295 [2272] 

More (Sir Thos.) Utopia; Englished by Robinson. Introd. by Dibdin. 8vo. [1410' 
Morell (J. R.) Algeria: Topography and History of French Africa. 8vo. 1854 [3991' 
Moresby (Comm.) Northern Atolls of the Maldive.s— J.R.G.S. v. 398 ... [1865' 

(Capt. J.) Discoveries Eastern New Guinea— J.R.G.S.xliv.1 ; xlv.l53[1904-5' 

New Guinea and Polynesia. 8vo. 1876 [2526' 

Moreton (J. ) Physical Geography of Newfoundland— J.R.G.S. xxxiv. 263 [1894 
Morfill (W. R.) Poland and the Poles— Ency. Brit. xix. 285 . ... [2279] 

Morga (Antonio de) The Philippine Islands, &o.—HAKLtrYT Soc. xxxix. [2151] 
Morgan (E. Delmar)On Survey of Lake Ladoga — P.R.G.S. xiii. 375 ... [1950] 

Turkistan ; Russian Exploration— P.R.G.S. xiv. 229 [1951] 

The Baltic Provinces of Russia — Cassell, iii [2253] 

- — — Visit to Nuremburg — Cassell, vi [2255] 

Old Cliannels of the Lower Oxus— J.R.G.S. xlviii. 301 [1908] 

Journey through Semiretchia to Kuldja— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 150 ... [1962] 

— Steppe Routes, Karshi to the Amu- Daria— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 723... [1962] 

Excursion to Askja, Iceland, 1881— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. [1963] and [2925] 

Notes on the Lower Congo— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 183 [1965] 

FreeStateoftheCougo- P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 223 [1966] 

— — Geography of C. Asia, from Russian Sources — P.R.G.S. Supp. P. i... [1912] 

(Sir Heniy) and the Buccaneers — Bueney, iv, [2104] 

(H. J.) The Dominion Annual Register and Review. 8vo. 1879, &c. [5737] 

(John) Life and Adventures of William Buckley. 12mo. 1852 ...[5084] 

(Rev. John) Mis,sion to the Gambia. 12mo. 1864 [4059] 

(Sydney, Lady) France in 1829-30. 2 vols. 8vo. 1831 [3068] 

Morgues (Jacq) Floridse Americae Prov. GaUis Accidemnt — Db Bry, ii. ... [2031] 
Moi-iarty (H. A.) Log : Ground, Screw, Electric, &c. — Ency. Brit. xiv. [2274] 

Navigation, History and Practice of — Ency. Brit, xvii [2277] 

Seamanship— Ency. Brit. xxi. 589 . ... [2281] 

Morier (Jas.) Iliyats or Wandering Tribes of Persia— J.R.G.S. vii. 230 ... [1867] 
Morison(Rev. John) Fathers andFounders of the London Miss. Society. 8vo. [6253] 
Morrell (Capt. Benj. ) Four Voyages to the S. Seas, &c. 1822-31. 8vo. [2447] 

Antarctic Voyage, 1823, Discredited— P.R.G.S. xiv. 145, 152 ... [1951] 

Morris (D.) Planting Enterprise in the West Indies— P. R.C.I, xiv. 265 ... [2014] 

(J. H.) A Sketch by John Maodonald— Pillars of the Empire ... [1553] 

Morrison (A. F.) Sketches in Russia, bv a Rambling Victorian. 12mo. 1886 [3269] 

(G. J.) Journeys in Interior of Cliina— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 145 ... [1961] 

■ (Rev. J.) Australia in 1866. By a Clergyman. 12mo [4988] 

Morse (Jedidiah) The American Gazetteer. 8vo. 1797 ... ... ... [5895] 

Mortimer (Mrs.) The Night of Toil ; Missions in the South Seas. 12mo... [4548] 

(T. H.) Epitome of Statistics relating to Reform Bill, 1831— Pamp... [1636] 

Moryson (Fynes) Itinerary: Ten Years' Travel through Europe. Folio. 1617 [2815] 
Moseley (H. N. ) Notes by a Naturalist : Voyage of " Challenger. " 8vo... [1687] 

Myriapoda— Ency. Brit. xvii. 115 [2277] 

Moss (Dr. E. L. ) Shores of the Polar Seas. 16 Chromo.s. Expd. 1875-6 ... [2711] 

Mosse (J. R.) Irrigation in Ceylon— P.R. C.I. XV. 223 [2015] 

Mossman (Samuel) The Gold Regions of Australia. 12mo. 1852 ...[4931] 

(and Banister) Australia Visited and Revisited. 12mo. 1853 ... [4940] 

■ Shipwreckof the "Admella." 12mo. 1859 [4966] 

■- Our Australian Colonies. 12mo. 1866 [4984] 

New Japan ; the. Land of the Rising Sun. 8vo. 1873 [3444] 

Mosenthal (Julius) Ostriches and Ostrich Farming. 8vo. 1876 [4257] 

Motley (J. L.) Causes of the Civil War in America, 1861— Pamp [5951] 

Motta (Alexo da) Rentier dea Indies Orientales- Thevbnot, i No. 25 ... [2077] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



xciu 



No. in Catalogue. 

Mouat (F. J.) Andaman Islands in 1857— J. E.G. S. xxxii. Ill [1892] 

The Andaman Islanders : Adventures and Researches. 8vo. 1863 [3660] 

Mouhot (H.) Notes on the Lao Country, &e.— J.R.G.S. xxxii. 142 ... [1892] 

Travels in Indo-China, Siam, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. 1864 [3466; 

Mouette (Sieur) Captivity ; Fez and Morocco, 1670-81. Small 4to. 1710 [3977; 
Mounsey (A. H. ) Journey through the Caucasus and Persia. 8vo. 1872... [3277^ 

The Satsuma Rebellion : an Episode of Japanese History. 12mo. 1879 [3446 

Mountain (Bp. of Montreal) Visitations, 1843-46 — Church in Colonies ... [6257 

Visit to Rupert Land, Red River, &c. 12mo. 1848 [5802; 

Account of Rupert's Land Mis,sion, 1820-48. 12mo [5803; 

(Rev. J. G.) Sowing Time in Newfoundland, 1856— CA. in Colonies [6257; 

Mowbery (D. of Norfolk) Voyage to Jerusalem, 1399— Hakltiyt, ii. 70... [2062 
Moxley (J. H.) Barbadoes : A West Indian Sanatorium. 12mo. 1866... [6025 

Mudie (James) The Felomy of New South Wales. 8vo. 1837 [4866; 

Vindication from Charges of Convict Servants, 1834 — Pamp. ... [5071 

(Robert) The Picture of Australia. 12mo. 1829 [4853 

Mueller (Sir Fred.) Vegetation of the Chatham Islands. 8vo. 1864 ...[1746; 
■ — — Eucalyptographia : Atlas of Australian Eucalypts. 4to. 1882 ... [1766; 

The Fate of Dr. Leichhardt, 1865— Pamp [479i; 

Forest Resources of W. Australia. 4to. 1879 [1763 

(and Bentham) Flora Australiensis. 7 vols. 8vo. 1863-80 ... [1745 

Muirhead (Prof. James) Roman Law— Enoy. Bkit. xx. 669-715 [2280 

(J. F.)Mechlenburg— Ency. Brit. XV. 774. 1883 [2275 

Oldenburg (Duchy)- Ency. Brit. xvii. 756 ; Prague, xix. 657 [2277, 79 

Prussia ; Rhine (The)— Ency. Brit. XX. 1, 18 [2280 

Mulhall (M. G. & E. T.) Handbook of Brazil, Buenos Ayres, &o. 12mo... [6127 

Handbook of the River Plate Republics. 12mo. 1875 [6161 

(M. G.) Between the Amazon and the Andes, &c. 8vo. 1881 ... [6134 

Balance-sheet of the World for Ten Years, 1870-80. 12mo [1576; 

Mullens (Joseph, D. D. ) Twelve Months in Madagascar. 

Central I'rovinces of Madagascar- — J.R.G.S. xlv. 128 

Recent Journeys in Madagascar — J.R.G.S. xlvii. 47 

■ New Route to Central Africa— P.R.G.S. xxi. 233 

MUller (J. W. von) Travels in the Soudan— J.R.G.S. xx. 275 



12mo, 



1875 ... [4392 

[1905] 

[1907] 

[1958] 

[1880] 

Mullooly (Rev. J.) Ancient Paintings, Basilica of S. Clement, Rome. Folio. [3140] 

Mun (T.) Trade to the Enst Indies— Puechas, i. pt. ii. 732 [2072] 

England's Treasure by Foreign Trade. 12mo. 1664 [1415] 

Mundy (C. G.) Our Antipodes ; the Australasian Colonies, 1846-51. 8vo [4934] 

(D. L.) Rotomahana and the Boiling Springs, N.Z. Folio. 1875... [5525] 

(Rodney) Rajah Brooke's Journals. 2 vols. 8vo. 1848 [4485] 

Munful Mir Munshi, On Gilgit and Chitral— P.R.G.S. xiii. 130 [1950] 

Journey through Chitral to Faizabad— J.R.G.S. xlii. 180 [1902] 

Munster (Sebastian) Cosmographiie Universalis. Folio. 1554 [1193] 

Munzinger(W.)TheAfarCountry, 1862— J.R.G.S. xxxix. 188 [1899] 

— Excursion into SouthemArabia— J.R.G.S. xli. 210 [1901] 

Murchison ( Sir Roderick) The Ural Mountains— J.R.G.S. xiii, 269 ... [1878] 

Presidential Addresses— J.R.G.S. xiv. -xli [1874-1901] 

Geology of Russia and the Ural Mountains. 2 vols. 4to. 1845 ... [1647] 

Physical Geography of Inner Africa— P.R.G.S. viii. 161 [1946] 

On Arctic Exploration— P.R.G.S. ix. 87 [1946] 

• • Silurian System. 2 vols. 8vo. 1872 [1648] 

■ Life, Journals and Letters, by Geikie. 2 vols. 8vo. 1876 [1371] 

Muri)hy (Lieut.) Account of the Cossyahs— J. R.G.S. u. 93 [1862] 

Murray (Alex.) Geography of Newfoundland— J.R.G.S. xlvu. 267 ... [1907] 

(And.) Catalogue of the Coleoptera of Scotland. 12mo. 1853 ...[1654] 

(A. S.)Antioch— Ency. Brit, ii [2262] 

and Deecke (Dr. W. ) Etruria— Ency. Brit. viii. 633 [2268] 

(Rev. A. W. ) Missionaiy Voyage to N. Guinea, 1872— P AMP. ... [4530] 

Missions in Western Polynesia, 1839-63. 8vo. [4585] 

Wonders of the Western Isles ; Polynesia. 12mo. 1874 [4602] 

Forty Years' Mission Work in Polynesia. 12mo. 1876 [4607] 

Martyrs of Polynesia; Williams, Patteson, &c. 12mo. 1885 ...[4627] 

Muekay's Hand Books fob Tkatellees, various. 



Xciv 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Murray (O. R. Milne) Vegetable Parasitism— Enoy. Beit, xviii. 264 ... [2278 

■ (George) Fungns—ENOY. Brit. ix. 827 ._ [2269, 

■ (Hugh) Histoiy of Travels in Africa, Asia, and America. 7 vols, 8vo. [1344] 

■ Polar Seas and Regions. 12mo. 1845 [2647] 

(Erskine J.) A Snmmer in the Pyrenees. 2 vols. 8vo. 1837 ...[3083] 

(J. H. ) Travels in Uruguay. 12mo. 1871 [6160] 

(John) Observations, &c. [Printed mi N.Z. flax, paper. "[ 1836 — Pamp. [5606] 

(John, F.R.S.) Scientific Results of the " Challenger " Voyage ... [1694] 

The Pacific Ocean, 18S5— Ency. Brit. xviii. 114 [2278] 

North Sea; Norwegian Sea— Ency. Bkit. xvii. 563, 592 ... ... [2277] 

(Reginald) Physical Geography and Geology of Victoria [5154] 

(Hon. R. D.) A Summer at Port Phillip, 1841-42. 12mo [5091] 

(Rev. T. B.) Pitcairn Island and the People. 18mo. 1853 [4569] 

Murray's Guide to the Australian Gold Diggings, 1852 — Pamp. [5071] 

Musafir's (Captain) Rambles in Alpine Lands. 4to. 1884 ... ... [3097] 

Musgrave (Sir A.) Jamaica, Now and Fifteen Years Ago— P.R.C.I. xi. 222 [2011] 

(Capt. Thos.) Castaway upon the Auckland LslanJs. 12mo. 1866... [4590] 

Musters (G. C.) A Year in Patagonia— J. R.G.S. xlL 59 [1901] 

The Patagonians. 12mo. 1873 ... [6225] 

Notes on Bolivia— J. R.G.S. xlvii. 201 [1907] 

Nachtigal (Dr.) Journey to Lake Chad and Vicinity— J.R.G.S. xlvi. 396 [1906] 

Pre.sentation to, of R.G.S. Medal— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 431 [1963] 

Napier (Sir Charles) Colonisation in South Australia. 8vo. 1835 ... [5176] 

• (CoL Elers) E-xcursions in Southern Africa. 2 vols. 12mo. 1849... [4174'" 

(Hon. G. C.) Diary of a Tour in Khorassan— J. R. G. 8. xlvi. 62 ... [1906 

Journey to Turcoman Frontier of Persia— P.R.G.S. xx. 166 [1957 

Napier of Magdala (Lord) : Sketch, by Griffiths— Pillars of the Empire ... [1553. 

Napier and Ettrick (Lord) : Sketch, by Escott — Pillars of the Empire ... [1553' 

Napp (Richard) The Argentine Republic. 8vo. 1876 [6162' 

Narborough (Sir John) Voyage to Magellan Str. and S. Sea, 1669-71. 8vo. [2323' 

Voyage to South Sea— BuRNEY, iii. 316 [2103 

Nares (Sir G. S.) Suez Canal and its Pilotage— P. R. G. S. xiv. 75 [1951"^ 

OntheCircumpolarSea— P.R,G.S. xxi. 96 ..[1958' 

— Arctic Expedition : Official Report. Folio. 1878 [2709] 

Voyage to the Polar Sea. 2 vols. 8vo. 1878 [2710] 

Speech on Arctic Enterprise— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 224 [1964] 

Nash (L.) Table of Distances on Amazons River— P.R.G.S. xxi. 595 ... [1958] 

Naunton, Fragmenta Regalia, and Hentzner's Travels. 8vo. 1797 ... [2933] 

Navarette(D. F.) China, India, Madagascar, &c. 1642"73 — Churchill, i. 1 [2081] 

(M. F.)ViagesyDescubrimentos ... Espafioles. 5 vols. 8vo. 1829-59 [2110] 

Nearcho, Navigatione di— Ramusio, i. 268 [2027] 

Voyage of Nearchus — Purchas, i. [2071] ; Harris, i [2094] 

Voyage, and Perii)Ius of the Erythrean Sea — Vincent [1108] 

• see also Stanieb Clarke [1340] ; Coolev [1346]; Bunbfhy ... [1125] 

Neck (Jacob van) Navigation . . . Indiam Orient — De Bry, P. F. viii.... [2050] 

Needham (J. F.) Excursion in the Abor Hills— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 313... [1967] 

Neil (Rev. James) Palestine Explored. 12rao. 1881 [3796] 

Neill(Edw. D.) Footprints of Civilisation Upper Missouri Valley. 8vo. 1878 [5924] 

Nelson (E. W.) Sledge Journey in N. Alaska— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 660 ... [1963] 

Ncsfleld (H. W.) A Chequered Career in Australia and N. Z. 8vo. 1881 ... [5038] 

Neumann (Karl F.) Ost-Asien und Amerika nach Chinesischen Quellen ... [1319] 

Neumayer (Dr. G.) Scientific Exploration of C. Au.stralia— P.R.G.S. xii. 286 [1949] 

Neuville (De la) Account of Muscovy in 1689. 12mo [3251] 

New (Rev. C.)and Bushell (Rev.) Ascent of Kilimanjaro— P.R.G.S. xvi. 167 [1953] 

Life, "Wanderings and Labours in Eastern Africa. 12too. 1874 .. [4131] 

Journey from the Pangani to Mombasa — J.R.G.S. xlv. 414 [1905] 

Newbery (J.) Voyages to the Holy Land, 1578-82— Purchas, ii. 1410 ... [2073] 

Voyage to Aleppo, Balsara, &e., 1583 — Purchas, ii. 1642 [2073] 

Newbold (Capt.) On the Site of Ashtaroth— J.R.G.S. xVi. 331 [1876] 

Newell (CM.) Kam^am^ha, the Conquering King of HawAi. 12mo. 1885 [4671] 

Newport (Chr.) Voyage to the "West Indies, 1591— Hakluyt, iii. 567 ... [2064] 

NcWte(ThoF.)Tcur in England and Scotland. 4to. 1791 [2952] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. xcv 



No. in Cataloguo. 
Newton (Prof. Alfred) Birds (Fossil, Extirpated, and Existing) their Distribution, 
Migration, Kidification, &c. ; Cuckow ; Dinoniis : Dodo ; Eagle ; Emeu ; 
Falcon ; Flamingo ; Gannet ; Gare-Fowl ; Goat-8ucker ; Goose ; Grouse ; 
Heron ; Hornbill ; Humniing-Bird ; Jay ; Kiwi ; Lark ; Lyre-Bird ; Mer- 
ganser ; Moor-Hen ; Nightingale ; Obsithology ; 0wl ; Ostrich ; Parrot ; 

Penguin; Pigeon; Quail: Knff ; &c.— EscY. Brit [22G3, &c.] 

Nicholas of Lynn, Voyage to Northern Regions, 1160 — Hakluyt, i. 121... [2061] 

(J. L.) Voyage to New Zealand, 1814-15. 2 vols. 8vo [5404] 

(Thomas) The Pedigree of the English People. 8vo. 1878 [2995] 

Nicholay (N.) Description of Algiers, Malta, &c.— Purchas, ii. 874 ... [2073] 

Travels to Turkey, Account of Greece, &c. (1551)— Harley, 1. ... [2087] 

Nicholls (Henry) Expedition to Old Calabar, &c.— African Assoc, ii. ... [1986] 

Nicholson (B., M.D.) Kafir Laws and Customs. 8vo. 1858 [4246] 

(Sir C.) Progress of Australian Discovery— P.R.G.S. xiv. 190 ... [1951] 

On Political and Municipal Boundaries— P. R. C. I. xii. 309 [20121 

(H. A.) Corals ; Cuttlefish— Encv. Brit. vi. 369, 735 [2266] 

Nicol (Henry) The French Language— Ency. Brit. ix. 629 [2269] 

(John) Massacre in Santa Lucia, 1605 — Purchab, iv. 1256 [2075] 

Adventuresof; W. Indies, South Seas, &c. 1776-1801. 12mo. ...[2420] 

(Prof J.) Diamond— Ency. Brit. vii. 162 [2267] 

Nicolay (Rev. C. G.)Hand-Book of Western Australia. 8vo. 1880 ...[5296] 
Nicols (Arthur) Acclimatisation of Salmonidse at the Antipodes. 12mo. 1882 [5355] 

(W.) Travels from Bramport, &c., 1612— Pdrchas, i. pt. ii. 232 ... [2072] 

Nicolo di Conti, Voyage to Indies, China, &c. — Purchas, iii. 158 [2074] 

NiebuhrtCarstein) Travels through Arabia, &c., 1761-63. 2 vols. 8vo. [3839] 
Niemojowski (Ludwik) Siberian Pictures. 2 vols. 12mo. 1886 ... [3301] 

Nieuhofr(J.) Travels in Brazil and E. Indies, 1640-71— Churchill, ii. 1 [2082] 

Ambassade des Hollandois h la Chine, 1656— Thevenot, 7, 34, 35 [2077-78] 

Nightingale (Thomas) Oceanic Sketches. 12mo. 1835 [2455] 

Nikitin (Athanasias) Travels to India, from Russia, 1 468-74 — Hakluyt Soc. [2134] 

Nh-d (Scott) Natives of King George's Sound— J.R.G.S. i. 21 [1861] 

Nixon (F. R.) Twelve Views in Adelaide and Vicinity. 4to. 1845 ...[5187] 

(Bishop) Visit to Islands in Bass's Strait. 12mo. 1857 [5336] 

Reply to Deputation, Hobart Town, April 22, 1852— Pamp [5375] 

Nizza (Marco da) Viaggio fatto a Cevola, 1539— Ramusio, iii. 297 ... [2029] 

Journey to Cevola, 1539— BuuNEY, i. 191 [2101] 

Noble (John) South Africa, Past and Present : a History. 12mo. 1877... [4260] 

The Cape and South Africa : Official Hand-Book. 12mo. 1878 ... [4261] 

British South Africa and the Zulu War— P.R.C.I. x. 105 ; and .. [4349] 

Descriptive Hand-Book of Cape Colony. 12mo. 1875 [4255] 

The Hottentots— Ency. Brit. xii. 309 [2272] 

Nodal (Garcia) Expedition to Strait Le Maire, 1618-19— BuRNEt, Ii. 467 [2102] 

Noldeke (Prof Th. ) Persepolis-ENOY. Brit, xviii. 557 -. [2278] 

Ancient History of Persia — Ency. Brit, xviii. 607 [2278] 

Noort (Olevier) Navigation, 1598-1601— De Bry, Grands Voyages, ix. ... [2038] 

• Voyage Round the World— Purchas, i. pt. ii. 71 ; Buiiney, ii. 206 [2102] 

Norden, Notes on London and Westminster, 1592 [2937] 

Nordenskiold (Baron) Arctic Voyages, 1858-79. By Alex. Leslie. 8vo. [2716] 

• Swedish Polar Expedition, 1868— J.R.G.S. xxxix. 131 [1899] 

Voyage of the "Vega" round Asia and Europe. 2 vols. 8vo. 1881 [2719] 

Voyage of the " Vega," by Lieut. A. Hovgaard. 8vo. 1882. ... [2720] 

■ Discov. of Ancient Map in Iceland— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 473 ... [1964] 

Nordhoff (Charles) California, Oregon, and Sandwich Is. 8vo. 1874 ... [5926] 

Guide to California, the Golden State, 1883— Pamp [5951] 

Norman (B. M.) Rambles in Yucatan. 8vo. 1843 [6046] 

(Sir Henry) : a Sketch— Eseott's Pillars of the Empire [1553] 

(C. B.) Fez ; Climate, Commerce, &c. 1879— Ency. Brit. ix. 127 ... [2269] 

Norris (E.) Vei Language and Alphabet— J.R.G.S. xx. 101 [1880] 

Places with Two Names— J.R.G.S. xxiv. 318 [1884] 

(Wm.) The Canadian Question [Independence] 1875 — Pamp. ... [5770] 

(Rev. W.) Annals of the Diocese of Adelaide, 1852 [5193] ; and ... [6257] 

Northbrook (Earl) : a Sketch— Eseott's Pillars of the Empire [1553] 

Presidential Addresses, 1879-8ar-J.R.G.S. xlix. -I [1909-10] 



XOVl 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
NortUeigh (John) Travels through Franco (1702) — Churchill, vi. 727 [2086] 
Norton (George) Indian Land Tenures and Finance — P. E.G. I. iii. 57 ... [2003] 
Korwood (R.) Somers' Islands (Bermudas) 1622 — Purchas, iv. 1796 ... [2075] 

• (Col.) Voyage to Virginia, 1649 — Churchill, vi. 143 [2086] 

Nott (Samuel) Slavery and the Remedy, 1859— Pamp [5951] 

Nunez (Alvaro, called Capo di Vacca) Relatione — Ramusio, iii. 259 ... [2029] 

Relation concerning the Fleet in India, 1527-86 — Purcha.s, iv. 1499 [2075] 

Nunn (John) Wreck of the " Favourite " at Desolation Island (1825) 8vo. [4410] 
Nunnez (or Nonius) Relations of Ethiopia, 1555-77 — Pukohas, ii. 1174 [2073] 
Nunno da Silva, Voyage with Drake to Mexico — Hakldyt, iii. 742 ... [2064] 

Gates (Frank) Matabele Land and the Victoria Falls. 8vo. 1881 ...[4194] 

O'Brien (Capt. C.) Views in Cej'lon. Fol. 1864 [3642] 

O'Connor (Gov.) Visit to Bulama Island— P.R.G.S. i. 42 [1938] 

British Settlements West Africa— P.R.G.S. vi. 15 [1943] 

Octher, Voyages to Norway and Denmark — Haklutt, i. 4, 5 [2061] 

Voyages, edited by Dr. Bosworth. Roy. 8vo. 1855 [1187] 

Odernheimer, Geology and Mineralogy of P. Stephens, &c, 1857 — Pajjp... [4791] 

O'Donovan (Edmond) The Merv Oasis, 1879-81. 2 vols. 8vo [3327] 

Merv and its Surroundings— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 345 [1963] 

Odorico da Udine (Beato) Due Viaggi — Ramusio, ii. 245 [2028] 

Travels to Persia, India, China, &c. 1318-30— Hakluyt, ii. 39-67 ... [2062] 

See aLso Murray, ^isia, i. 183-192 [1344] 

Travels to E. Parts of the World (1316-30)— Yulb's Gcdhay ... [2148] 

■ Dis.sertation on, by Yule— Enoy. Brit. xvii. 728 [2277] 

Oersted (M. A.) Nicaraguan Canal— J. R.G.S.xxi. 96 [1881] 

Ogilvy (John) Britannia : England and Wales Survey'd. Fol. 1698 ... [2939] 

• Britannia Depicta, or OgCvy Improv'd. 8vo. 1749 [2946] 

Ogle (Nathaniel) Colony of Western Australia. 8vo. 1839 [5287] 

O'Hara (James) History of New South Wales. 8vo. 1817 [4838] 

O'Hea (W. J.) Proposed New Rural Industries. Victoria, 1871— Pamp. ... [5171] 

Ohlson (J. L.) Barbados, 1875— Enoy. Brit. iii. 359 [2263] 

Jamaica— Ency. Bkit. xiii. 549 [2273] ; British Guiana, xi. 249 ... [2271] 

Olaus Magnus, Goths, Swedes, Vandals, and Northern Nations. Folio. 1658. [2891] 
Oldfield (R. R.) Ascentof Old Calabar River, 1836— J.R.G.S. vii. 195 ... [1867] 
O'Leary (Peter) Travels and Experiences in Canada. 12rao. 1877 ... [5734] 

Oliphant (Laurence) Voyage up the Yang-tze-Kiang— J.R.G.S. xxx. 75 ... [1890] 

Lord Elgin's Mission to China and Japan, 1857-59. 2 vols. 8vo.... [3384] 

' Island of Tsusima near Japan — P.R.G.S. vii. 61 [1944] 

Bayanos River, Isthmus of Panama — J.R.G.S. xxxV. 142 [189.5] 

The Land of Gilead and Lebanon. 8vo. 1880 [3795] 

Oliver (Alex.) Fisheries of N. S. W.— Industrial Progress N. S. W. ... [4997] 

(Lieut. ) Boat Journey West of Canton— P. R. G. S. vi. 85 [1 943] 

Madagascar— P.R.G.S. vii. 68 [1944] 

Madagascar ; History, &c. 2 vols. Svo. 1886 [4401] 

O'Meara (Rev. Eugene) DiatomaoeiE— Ency. Brit. vii. 169 [2267] 

Onate (Juan de) Discoveries in Now Mexico, 1605 — Puechas, iV. 1565 ... [2075] 

Ondegardo (Polo de) Report on tho Yncas— Hakluyt Soc. xlviii [2160] 

O'Neill (H. E. ) Sketches of African Scenery. 4to. 1878 [4136] 

Makua and Lomwe Countries— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 193 [1963] 

Mozambique Coasts, Rivers and Ports— P.R.G.S.(N.S.)iv. 595 ... [1963] 

Journey W. of C. Delgado Bay— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) V. 393 [1964] 

Journey, Mozambique to Shirwa, &c.— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 632, 718 [1965] 

Northern Mozambique Ports— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 373 [1966] 

■ E. Africa between Zambesi and Rovuma— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 480... [1966] 

■ Journey from QuiUimane to Blantyre— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 646 ... [1966] 

Oppert (Ernest) A Forbidden Land : the Corea. Svo. 1880 [3418] 

O'Reilly (Bishop) Voyage to Greenland and Adjacent Seas. 4to. 1818... [2612] 

(J. B.) Moondyne : a Story of Life in W. Australia. 12mo. 1880... [5295] 

O'Rell (Max) John Bull and his Island. 12mo. 1883 [3006] 

Orellana(F.) Voyage down the Amazons, 1540-41 — Hakluyt Soc. xxiv. ... [2136] 
O'Riley (E.) Tour to the Shan Traders, Karenni— J.R.G.S. xxxii. 164 ... [1892] 
Orme (Wm.) Defence of Missions in South Seas. 8vo. 1827 [6244] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



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Onnsby (J.) Notes on Spain, 1869 — Cassell. i 

Orpcn(J. M.) Relations with the Imp. Government. CapeT., 1879 — Pamp. 

Oit's Circle of the Sciences. 9 vols. 8vo. 1854-55 

(John) Expedition to Gipp.s' Land, 1841— J.R.G.S. xi. 192 

Ortelius (Abraham) Theatrum Orbis Terrarum : 53 Maps. Folio. 1571 . 

Theatre del'Universe: French Text, with 119 Maps. Folio. 1598... 

Orton (Prof. Edm.) and Short (J. T.) State of Ohio— Ency. Brit. xvii. 734 
Osborn (Sherard) Stray Leaves from an Arctic Journal, 1850-51. 12mo. .. 

Discovery of the N. W. Pa.s8age : McClure's Journals. 8vo 

Late Arctic Expeditions — P.R.G.S. i. 104 

Sea and Coasts of Azov — J.R.G.S. xxvii. 133 

Light in Northern Latitudes- — J.R.G.S. xxviii. 371 

PecheliGulfand the Peiho— P.R.G.S. iii. 55 

Notes on Chinese Tartarv— P.R.G.S; xi. 162 



No. in CataloRiie. 
2251] 



- — - Arctic Exploration— J. R.G.S. xxxvi. 279 ; P.R.G.S. ix. 42 ; xii. 92 [1896,&c.] 



■ Geography of the Beds of Oceans — J.R.G.S. xl. 46 

- — ^ Geography of the Bed of Indian Ocean— J.R.G.S. xli. 46 

Bed of Mediterranean — P.R.G.S. xv. 28 

Depths of the Sea— J.R.G.S xli. 46 

Unknown Lanas within the Arctic Circle — P.R.G.S. xvi. 227 

Osborne (T. ) Geography, Navigation, Commerce, &c. — Hakley, i. 

Description of Europe — Harley, i. ... 

Osman (Sultan) Letter to His Maje.sty, James I. — Purchas, ii. 1612 
Osten-Sacken (P. R.) Trans-Naryh Country. 1867— J.R.G.S. xl. 250 
Oswell (W. 0. ) Letter on Interior Lake S. Africa— J.R.G.S. xx. 143 
Otondo (Don I.) Expedition to California, 1683-85 — Burney, iv. 345 
Otter (R. H.) Winters Abroad in Melbourne, Tasmania, Egypt, &c. 12nio. 

Otto, Prince of Hesse, Visit to England, 1611 

Ouchterlony (Lt.) Sketch of th3 Island of Chusan, 1841— Pamp 

Oudney (Dr. ) Travels in Africa. 4to. 1826 

Oughton (S.) Jamaica; Social, Moral, Commercial, 1862 — Pamp 

Ovalle (Alonzo de) History of Chili, 1646 — Churchill, iii. pp. 1-138 
Overbury (Sir T.) Observations in the Netherlands, 1609— Harley, i. 251 
Overstone (Lord) Tracts on Metallic and Paper Currency, 1837-57. 8vo. 

Overweg, Mission to Central Africa — J.R.G.S. xxi. 130 

Oviedo (Gonz.) Relatione dellaFimne Maraguon — Ramusio, iii. 345 

Historia dell' Indie Occidentali— Ramusio, iii. 37, 61 

Extracts from his History — Purchas, iii. 970 

Oviedo, &c., Mission to Abyssmia, 1559-89 — Murray, Africa, ii 

Owen (Rear- Adm.) Cocos, or Keeling Islands — J.R.G.S. i. 66 

(Capt.) Expedition up the Zambesi — J.R.G.S. ii. 136 

On the Maldiva Islands— J.R.G.S. ii. 81 

(Rev. John) Hist. British and F'oreign Bible Society. 3 vols. 8vo. 1816 

(Prof. Sir Rich.) Extinct Mammals of Australia. 2 vols. 4to. 

Extinct Wingless Birds of New Zealand. 2 vols. 4to 

Extinct Animals of the British Colonies— P. R.C.I, x. 267 

Oxenham (E.) Inundations of the Yang-tse-Kiang — J.R.G.S. xlv. 170 
Oxley (John) Journals of Expeditions in N. S. Wales, 1817-18. 4to. 

Expedition to P. Curtis, Moreton B., &c. — Field's Oeog. Mem. 

Oxnam (John) In the South Sea, 1575 — Hakl. iii. 526 ; Burney, i. 292... 

P (E.) Oceanic Tides and Currents— Martin's Col. Mag. ii. 432 

P (S.) The Portugal History: Troubles in 1667-68. 12mo 

P (W.) Appeal on Behalf of the Inhabitants of Ceylon. 1835. 

Pacaturunxa, Relation of the Kings of Ormus — Purchas, ii. 1785 

Pachacutiyamqui Salcamayhua, Antiquities of Peru — Hakluyt See. 
Paez (Don Ramon) Wild Scenes in South America [Venezuela]. 8vo. 1863 
Page (E. L. ) Journey from Belize to Guatemala, 1834— J.R.G.S. viii. 317... 

Guatemala — Martin's CoL. Mao. v. 450 ; vi. 17, 168, &c 

(John) On Enlargement of the Welland Can.al, 1872— Pamp. 

On Navigation of the St. Lawrence, 1875 — Pamp 

Palafox(Jeau de) L'Indien ; Portrait an Naturel des Indians — Thevenot,38 

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1666] 
1871] 
1197] 
1200] 
2277] 
2659] 
2678] 
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1888] 
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1900] 
1901] 
1952] 
1901] 
1953] 
2087] 
2087] 
2073] 
1900] 
1880] 
2104] 
^875] 
2937] 
3405] 
4025] 
6036] 
2083] 
2087] 
1505] 
1881] 
2029] 
2029] 
2074] 
1344] 
1861] 
1862] 
1862] 
6239] 
1681] 
1686] 
2010] 
1905] 
4709] 
4710] 
2101] 

1479] 
3019] 
3652] 
2073] 
2160] 
6076] 
1868] 
1479] 
5770] 
5770] 
2078] 



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INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Ko. in Catalogue. 
Palgrave (W. G.) Observations in Arabia, 1862-63— J. RG.S. xxxiv. IH... [1894] 

Journey tbroueh Central and Eastern Arabia. 2 vols. Svo. 1865 ... [3846] 

Tourin Anatolia— P. KG.S.xvi. 223 [1963] 

Arabia; Inhabitants, Historv, &c.— Ency. Brit. ii. 235 [2262] 

Palladius, Expedition through Manchuria, 1870— J.R.6.S. xlii. 142 ... [1902] 
Palliser's Rocky Mountain Exped.— P.R.G.S. ii.-iv. ; J.R.G.S. xxx. 267 [1890,&c.] 
Palmer (Prof. E. H.) and others, Exploration of W. Palestine. 7 vols. 4to. [3801] 

The Desert of the Exodus (of Israel). 2 vols. Svo. 1871 [3787] 

(Capt. Geo.) Kidnapping in the South Seas. Svo. 1871 [2510] 

(H. S.) Sinai, from the Fourth Egyptian Dvnasty. 12mo [1124] 

British Columbia— J.R.G.S. xxxi. 224 ; xxxiv. 171 [1S94] 

(J. Linton) Visit to Easter Island, 1868- J. R.G.S. xl. 167 [1900] 

(T. Fyshe) Sufferings, Voyage to Botany Bay, 1797— Pamp [5071] 

Paolino da San Bartolomeo, Residence E. Indies, 1776-89. Svo. 1800 ... [3517] 
Paravey (M. de) L'Amerique sous le Norn de Pays de Fousang — Vinino... [1319] 
Pare (Wm.) Co-operative Agriculture; and the Land Question. 12mo. 1870 [1526] 
Parfltt (W. S.) Adventures in the Argentine Republic — Cassell, iii. ... [2253] 

Parish (Capt. A.) Cyclones and their Tracks— J. R. G. S. xxvi. 154 [1886] 

(F.) The Argentine Republic, 1S75— EscY. Bkit. ii. 487-496 [2262] 

(Joirn) A French Voyage to Mauritius, Bourbon, &c. , 1768-73. Svo. [440S] 

(Sir Woodbine) Account of East Falkland, 1S33— J.R.G.S. iii. 194 ... [1863] 

Spanish Voyages to the Pacific, 1749-76— J.R.G.S.iv. 182 [1864] 

• Southern Affluents of the Amazons— J.R.G.S.V. 90 [18B5] 

Voyage up the River Negro : Patagonia — J.R.6.S. vi. 136 [1866] 

Park (Mungo) Travels in Africa, 1795-97 and 1805. 2 vols. 4to. ... [4019] 

Travels and Discoveries (abstract), 1798 — African Assoc, i [1986] 

Parker, Two Excursions in Berkshire. Wantage, Letcombe, &e. Svo. 1872 [2988] 

(Capt. II.) Note on Quilimane and Zambesi— P.R.G.S. i. 312 ... [1<!38] 

(H. W.) Rise, &c. of Van Diemen's Land. 12nio. 1833 [5321] 

(Capt. John) Voyage Round the World in the " Gorgon," Svo. 1795 [2402] 

(Wm.) Voyage to Jamaica, Campechy, kc. 1596-97— Haklvyt, iii. 602 [2064] 

Taking of St. Vincent and Puerto Bello, 1601— Purchas, iv. 1243... [207.5] 

(Prof. W. K.) Birds : Anatomy of— E.n'CY. Bkit. iii. 699 [2263] 

Parkes (Sir Harry) Geographical Notes on Siam — J.R.G.S. xxvi. 71 ... [1886] 

Russian Caravan Trade with China- J.R.G.S. xxiv. 306 [1884] 

(Sir Henry) Australian Views of England, 1861-62. 12mo [2986] 

Speeches on Various Occasions in N. S. Wales, 1848-74. Svo. ... [5011] 

Parkinson(Sydney) Journal of Cook's First Voyage, 1768-71. 4to. ... [2362] 
Parknian (Francis) Pioneers of France in the New World. Svo. 1878 ... [1376] 

The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century. Svo. ... [1376] 

La Salle and the Discovery of the Great West. Svo [1376] 

The Old Regime in Canada. Svo [1376] 

Count Frontenac and New France under Louis XIV. Svo [1376] 

Conspiracyof Pontiac and Indian War alter the Conquest. 2 vols. Svo. [1376] 

■ The Oregon Trail : Sketches of Prairie and Rocky Mountain Life. Svo. [1376] 

Montcalm and Wolfe. 2 vols. Svo. 1S85 [1376] 

Parkyns (Mansfield) On the Kubbabish Arabs— J.R.G.S. xx. 254 [1880] 

Life in Abyssinia. 2 vols. Svo. 1853 [3953] 

Parmentier (Jean et Raoul) Voyage k Sumatra, 1529, par Schefer. Roy. Svo. [2313] 

See also Ramusio, iii. 352 [2029] ; Vitet [1353] ; Makgry [1360] 

Parr (W. F.) Extracts [on Native Policy] Fiji, 1S81— Pamp [564,5] 

Pany (F.) Expedition Suakin to the Soudan— J.R.G.S. xliv. 152 [1904] 

(Bp. Thomas) Diocese of Barbadoes, 1S54 — Church in Colonies ... [6257] 

-(Sir W.) Four Voyages to the Polar Regions. 4 vols. 4to. 1S21-2S [2624] 

Account of Fourth Voyage, 1S27, by McCormick [2754] 

Partridge (C.) Cau.se of the Native Rebellion (N. Z.). 1864— Pamp. ... [5606] 

Pascual de Andagoya, Relacio, &c. — Navakrete, iii [2110] 

Castilla del Oro, Peru, &c. — Hakluyt Soc. xxxiv [2146] 

Paterson's Roads in England and Wales ; TravellingDictionary. 12mo. 1792 [2953] 

(G. ) History of New South Wales. Svo. 1811 [4837] 

(Sam, "Coriat Junior") Journey thro' the Netherlands. 2vols. 12mo. [3161] 

(Lt. Wm.) Country of the Hottentots and Caifraria, 1777-79. 4to. ... [4211] 



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No. in Catalogue. 



12mo. 1862 



12mo. 



2 vols. 8vo. 



... [3196] 
... [2264] 
... [2270] 
1869 [3199] 
[5130] 
[1573] 
[1580] 
[I960] 
[I960] 
[5770] 
[5858] 
1873 [4600] 
... [5475] 
[227.5] 
[1906] 
[2700] 
[3652] 
[1374] 
[2315] 
[4337] 
[2937] 
[1 553] 



Paton (A. A. ) The Danube and the Adriatic. 2 vols. 

(James) Bookbinding — Ency. Brit. iv. 41 

Glasgow, 1879— Ency. Brit. x. 638 

Patterson (A. J.) The Masryars and their Country. 2 vols. 

(J. A.) The Gold Fields of Victoria in 1862. 12mo. ... 

(R. H.) Gas Lighting — Brit. Industries 

The New Golden Age : Influence of the Precious Metals. 

(R. R.) Bamangwato Country— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)i. 240 

NotesonMatabeli Land— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)i. 509 

(W. J.) Home and Foreign Trade of Canada, 1874-76— Pamp. 

Resources, Industries, &c., of Newfoundland. Montreal, 1876 — Pamp. 

Patteson (J. C, Bp. of Melanesia) Life, by Yonge. 2 vols. 8vo. 
Paul (Archd.) Letters from Canterbury, N. Z. 12mo. 1857 

Pauli (Dr. R.) Lorraine, 1883 — Ency. Brit. xv. 4 

Payer (Julius) Austro-Hungarian Expedition, 1872-74 — J.R.G.S. xlvi. 19 

Austrian Arctic Voyage, 1872-74. 2 vols. 8vo 

Payne (C. W.) The Eastern Empire : Ceylon, 1847 

(E. J.) History of European Colonies. 18mo. 1877 

Voyages of Elizabethan Seamen to America, 1562-95. 12mo. 1880 

Peace (Walter) Our Colony of Natal. 8vo. 1883 

Peacham (Henry) Sights and Exhibitions in England, 1611 

Peacock (Sir Barnes) : a Sketch, by J. Sherer — Pillars of the Empire 
Peche (T.) Voy. to the Moluccas, &c., 1672-73- Bukney, iii. 392, iv. 75 [2103-4] 
Pechey (W. C.) Fijian Cotton Planter's Guide. 12mo. 1870— Pamp. ... [5645] 
Peck (B. C.) Recollections of Sydney, N, S. Wales. 12ino. 1850 ...[492.3] 

Pedley (Rev. C.) History of Newfoundland. 8vo. 1863 [5856] 

Peek(C. E.)AcrossIcelandbythe Sprongisandr Route— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)iv. [1963] 
Peel (Sir Robert) on the Colonial System, 1842— CoL. Mag. vii. 452 ... [1470] 
- — Speech, Hou.se of Commons, June 19, 1845 — Debate on N. Z. ... [5433] 

Pegolotti's Notes of Land Routes to Cathay, 14th Cent— Yule [2149] 

Pelagius Cambrensis, Voyage to Egypt, &c., 390 — Hakluyt, ii. 4 ... [2062] 

Pelham (H. F.) Rome : Ancient History— Ency. Brit. xx. 731 [2280] 

Pell (Albert) Local Administration. 12mo. 1884 [1590] 

Pellham and others, in Greenland, 1630 — Hakluyt Soc. xviiL [2130] 

Pellow's (Thoma.s) Captivity in Barbaiy. 12mo. ... ... ... ... [3980] 

Pelly (Sir Lewis) Persian Gulf an Area for Trade— P. R. G. S. viii. 18 ... [194,5] 

Visit to Lingah, Kishm, Bunder Abbass — J.R.G.S. xxxiv. 251 ... [1894] 

Visit to the Wahabees, Central Arabia- J.R.G.S. xxxv. 169 ... [1895] 

On the Island of Mahi, Seychelles— J. R. G. S. xxxv. 231 [1895] 

Pelsaert (Francois) Ongeluckige Voyagie van't Schip "Batavia," 1628-29. [2321] 

See also De Brosses [2090] ; Callander [2092] ; Harris, i. ... [2094] 

Wreck oft' W. Coast of Australia, 1628— Hakluyt Soc [2137] 

Commerce des Indes Orientales, 1627 — Thevenot, 24 [2077] 

Pemberton (J. D.) Vancouver Island and British Columbia. 8vo. 1860... [5826] 

Pembroke (Earl of) South Sea Bubbles. 8vo. 1872 [4598] 

Peney (D.) Expedition from Gondokoro, White Nile— P.R.G.S. vi. 18 ... [1943] 

Penna (Horace de la) Mission to Tibet — Murray, Asia, i. 445 [1344] 

Pentland (J. B.) On the Bolivian Andes— J.R.G.S. v. 70 [1865] 

Percival's Island of Ceylon ; its History, Geogiaphy, &c. 4to. 1805 ... [3634] 
Percy (George) Plantation of Virginia, 1606— Purohas, iv. 1684 ... [2075] 

Pereira (Father) Journey into Tartary, 1683 — Hakluyt Soc. xvii. ... [2129] 

Perera (Galeotta) Relations of China — PuRCiiAS, iii. 199 ... [2074] 

Perez (Jose) Anciens Americaiues et les Petiples ile I'Eurnpe, &c. — Vining [1319] 

(Maitin) Mexican Province of Cinoloa, 1591, &c. — Purchas, iv. 1562 [2075] 

Perier (M. Du) General History of Voyages. 12mo. 1708 [2327] 

Perkins (E. T.) NaMotu; Reef Rovings in the S. Seas. 8vo. 1854 ...[2492] 

(H. I.) Journey to Mount Roraima— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 522 ... [1966] 

Perley(M. H.) New Brunswick and the Fisheries. 8vo. 1852 [5778] 

Pernety (Dom) Voyage aux lies Maloines, 1763-64, &c. 2 vols. 12mo. 1769 [6228] 
Peron (F.) Voyage aux Terres Autrales. 3 vols. 4to. ; 3 vols, folio ... [2423] 

Second Edition, revised and augmented. 4 vols. 8vo. 1824 ... [2424] 

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Perouse (J. F. G. de la) Voyage Round the World, 1785-88 

Voyage in Search of, by Labillardiere, 1791-94 

Discovery of Fate of, by Chev. Dillon. 2 vols. 8vo. 

Adventures which Led to Discovery by Bayly. 12mo. 

Fate of La Perouse — Martin's Col. Mag. v. 158 

2 vols. 



No. in Catalogue. 

[2404] 

[2408-9] 

1829 ... [2439] 

[2440] 

[1479] 



Perrot and Chipiez, History of Art in Ancient Egypt. 2 vols. Imp. 8vo [1133] 

^ History of Art in Chaldaea and Assyria. 2 vols. Imp. 8vo [1134] 

History of Art in Phoenicia and its Dependencies. 2 vols. Imp. 8vo. [1135] 

Perry (Charles D.D.) Diocese of Melbounie, 1849-55 [6257] and Pamp. ... [5171] 

Progress of Victoria, 1876— P. R. C.I. vii. 214 [2007] 

(and others) Letters from Australia, &c., 12mo. 1850 [1496] 

(Mrs. ) Australian Sketches, Contrib. to an Amateur Magazine. 12mo. [5113] 

(G. R.)OnNicaragua, 1862— P.R.G.S. vi. 74 [1943] 

Pert (Sir T.) and S. Cabot, Voyage to Brazil, &c.— Hakluyt, iii. 498 ... [2064] 
Peschurof, Notes on R. Amur— J. R. G. S. xxviii. ; P.R.G.S. ii. iii. [1888, &c.] 
Petand Jackmau's Voyage towards the N.E., 1580— Hakluyt, i. 445 ... [2061] 
Peterinann (Aug.) On the Fall of the Jordan, &0.--J.R.G.S. xviii. 89 ... [1878] 

Note on Palestine— J. R.G.S. xx. 232 [1880] 

Animal Life in the Arctic Regions— J. R. G. S. xxii. 118 [1882] 

Franklin, the Whale Fisheries,- &c.— J. R.G.S. xxiii. 129 - [1883] 

Proposed Polar Expedition— P.R.G.S. ix. 90, 114 [1946] 

Petherick (Consul John) On the White Nile, 1860-64— P.R.G.S. iv.-viii. [1941-45] 

Egypt, the Soudan, and Central Africa. 8vo. 1861 [3929] 

Journey West of the White Nile— J.R.G.S. xxxv. 289 [1895] 

(and Mrs.) Travels in Central Africa. 2 vols. 8vo. 1869 [3930] 

Petitot (Rev. E.) The Athabasca District— P. R. G. S. (N.S.) v. 633 ... [1964] 
Petre (Lord) Account of the Settlements of the N. Z. Co. 8vo. 1841 ... [5419] 

Petrie (Dr.) Life and Labours in Archa;ology. 8vo. 1868 [2984] 

(W. M. F.) Pyramid— Ency. Brit. XX. 122 [2280] 

Petrusde Rupibus (Bp.) Voyage to Jerusalem, 1231— Hakluyt, ii. 33 ... [2062] 
Pettigrew (J. B.) Flight and Flying Machines— Ency. Brit. ix. 308 ... [2269] 

Petty's(SirWm.) Political Survey of Ireland. 12mo. 1719 [2940] 

Peyrere's (Isaac) Account of Iceland, 1644— Churchill, ii. 383 [2082] 

Greenland, 1646 — Churchill, ii. 396 ; Hakluyt Soc. xviii. ... [2130] 

Peytier (M.) Geographical Position, Eastern Greece — J.R.G.S. viii. 423 ... [1868] 
Peyton (W.) Voyages to E. Indies, 1612-16— Purchas, i. pt. ii. 488,528... [2072] 

Ports Traded to by the Portuguese — Purchas, i. pt. ii. 535 [2072] 

Pevtsofs Expedition, North- We.st«m Mongolia— P. R. 6. S. (N.S.) i. 701... [I960] 
Pfeiffer (Madame Ida) Journey Round the World. 12mo. 1852 ...[2486] 

A Visit to Iceland and Scandinavia. 12rao. 18.52 [2919] 

Pfeil(Adolph R.) Anglo-French Intervention, R. Plate, 1847— Pamp. ... [6173] 
Phelps (Thomas) His Captivity in Barbarv, 1684-85— Harlby, ii. 499 ... [2088] 

Philip (John, D.D.) Researches in South Africa. 8vo. 1828 [4226] 

(George) Emigrants' Guide to Australia. 12rao. 1852 ... , ...[4929] 

Philips(Miles)VoyagetoMexico,&c., 1568— Hakluyt, iii. 469 [2064] 

Philippi(Dr. R.)TheDesertofAtacama— J.RG.S. XXV. 158 [1885] 

Phillip (Gov. Arthur) Voyage to Botany Bay and Port Jackson. 4to. 1789 [4824] 

Letters from the Governor of N. S. Wales, &c. 4to. 1792 [4827] 

Phillips (Capt.) Voyage to Barbadoes, 1693-94— Churchill, vi. 171 ... [2086] 

(Capt. R. N.) On Nicaragua Canal, 1833— J.R.G.S. iii. 275 [1863] 

(Coleman) Civilization of the Pacific, 1876— P.R.C.I. vii. 149 ... [2007] 

(George) Notices of Southern Mangi— J.R.G.S. xliv. 97 [1904] 

■ (J. A.) Copper — Brit. Industries [1573] 

(SirThomas) Wales and the People, &c. 8vo. 1849 [2979] 

Philpot (Harvey J. ) Guide to Canadian Dominion. 12mo. 1871 [5731] 

Philpots(E. P.) Land near Cape Horsburgh—P.RG.S.xiii. 372 [1950] 

Phipps(Constantine J.) Voyage towards the North Pole, 1773. 4to. ... [2606] 

Floyd's Journal of Phipps' Vovage— Makkham's " Northward Ho ! " [2713] 

Phipson-Wybrants(Capt.)Deltaof'SabiRiver— P.R.G.S(N.S.)v 271 ... [1964] 
Pias8etsky( P.) Russian Travellers in Mongolia and China. 2vls. 12mo. 1884 [3348] 
Picken (Andrew) Travels and Researches of English Missionaries. 12mo. [6247] 
Picton(Sir J. A.) Liverpool, 1882— Ency. Brit. xiv. 712 [2274] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. ci 



No. In Catalogue. 
Pigafetta (Ant.) Viaggioatomo il Hondo, 1519-22— Ramusio, i. 352 ... [2027] 

Voyage of Magellan — ^scc p. 94 and Hakluyt Soc. lii [2164] 

(Philip) DescriptioRegni Congiani, &c., 1591— De Bry, P. V. i. ... [2043] 

Kingdom of Congo— Purchas, ii. 986 [2073] ; Harlet, ii. 519 .. [2088] 

Translated by Mrs. Hutchinson. 8vo. 1881 [4088] 

Pike (Major) Expeditions W. of the Mississippi — Murray, America, i. ... [1344] 

(Luke Owen) History of Crime in England. 2 vols. 8vo. 1873-76... [1535] 

(Nicholas) Sub-Tropical Rambles in Mauritius. 8vo. 1873 [4419} 

Pilorgerie (J. de la) Histoire de Botany Bay. 8vo. 1836 [4865] 

Pim (Capt. Bedford) Route across Nicaragua -P. R. 6. S. vi 75-112 ... [1943] 

The Gate of the Pacific. 8vo. 1863 [6053] 

Proposed Railway Across Nicaragua, 1866 — Pamp [6062] 

(& Seemann) Dottings in Panama, Nicaragua, &c. 8vo. 1869 ... [6054] 

The Eastern Question ; Past and Future, 1877— Pamp [1636] 

Ship-Building — Brit. Industries [1573] 

Pimenta (Nich.) East Indian Observations, 1597-99— Purchas, ii. 1744... [2073] 

Pinder (W.) Relation of Oimuz, 1620-21— Purchas, ii. 1787 [2073] 

Pingle (Rich.) Travels to Per.sia— Hakluyt, i. [2061] ; Hakl. Soc. ... [2184] 

Pmsent (Justice) Newfoundland, 1885— P.R.C.I. xvi. 215 [2016] 

Pinto (Fern. Mendez) Observ. of China, &c. 1521-45— Purchas, iii. 252 [2074] 

(Major Serpa) How I Crossed Africa. 2 vols. 8vo. 1881 [4101] 

Pinzon (Vincent Yauez) Discovery of Brazil, 1499 — Peter Martyr [1320-21] 

Navarettb, iii [2110] 

Pitta (N. C. ) Account of the Island of Madeira. 8vo. 1812 [3053] 

Pitts (Joseph) POgrimage to Mecca, 1680 — Appendix to Burton [3845] 

Pizarro (Fr.) Discoprimento e Conquista del Peril— Ramusio, iii [2029] 

Conquest of Peru, 1524-34— Purchas, iv. [1491] ; Harris, ii. 143... [2095] 

Discovery of Peru, by Markham — Hakluyt Soc. xlvii [2159] 

(Gonz.) Exped. to Land of Cinnamon, 1539-42 — Hakluyt Soo. xxiv. [2136] 

Plato's Republic Translated by Jowett. 8vo. 1881 [1404] 

Playfair (Sir Lambert) Tunisia in 1885— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 522 ... [1967] 

(Lt. -Col. R. L.) Hand Book to the Mediterranean. 12mo. 1881 ...[2871] 

Plees (J. W. ) Jersey and the Inhabitants. 8vo. 1817 [2965] 

Plowden (Consul) Description of Aby.ssinia, 1852-55— Hotten [3957] 

Plummer (John) Advantages of our Colonies, 1864 — Pamp. [1636] 

The Colonies and the Labouring Classes— P. R. C. I. viii. 144 ... [2008] 

Plunkett (J. A.) The Northern Territory S. Australia— Hakcus [5205] 

Poey (And.) Table of 400 Cyclonic Hurricanes, 1493-1855— J.R.G.S. xxv. [1885] 
Pointis (M.de)Plunderof Carthagena (1686-97)— Burney, iv. 303, 316 ... [2104] 
Polaok (J. S.) Travels and Residence in N. Z., 1831-37. 2 vols. 8vo. ...[5411] 

Manners and Customs of the New Zealanders. 2 vols. 12rao. 1840 [5413] 

Pole (Prof. W.) Photography for Travellers— J. R.G.S. xxxiv. 293 ... [1894] 

Polehampton (Rev. Arthur) Kangaroo Land. 12mo. 1862 [5127] 

Politicus, New Social Teachings. 12mo. 1886 [1597] 

Pollen (J. W.) Furniture and Woodwork — Brit. Industries [1573] 

Pollington (Visct.) Journey Erzeroum to Aleppo, 1838— J.R.G.S. x. 445 [1870] 
Pombeiros (the) Journey to Zambesi, 1806 — Lands of Cazembe ... ... [4112] 

Poncet (Physician) Journey to Abyssinia, 1698-99 — Murray, Africa ii 66 [1344] 

Pout-Grave (M. du) Voyage to Acadia, 1604— Harley, ii. 795 [2088] 

Pontoia (Father Diego) Description of Chinas 1602 — Purchas, iii. 350 ... [2074] 
Pool (G. T.) Discoveries on N. Coast of Australia— Hakluyt Soc. ... [2137] 

Poole (Francis) Queen Charlotte's Islands. 8vo. 1872 [2512] 

(H.) Journey in Palestine— J.R.G.S. xxvi. 55 [1886] 

(Jonas) Voyages to Greenland, 1604-12— Purchas, iii. 556, 699 ... [2074] 

(Mrs.) The Englishwoman in Egypt; Letters from Cairo, 1842-44. 12mo. [3885] 

(E. S., S. L., and R. S.) Egypt, 1877— Enoy. Brit. vii. 700-788 ... [2267] 

Pooley (T. ) Brewing and Di.stilling — Brit. Industries [1573] 

Porcacchi da Castiglione, L'Isole piu Famose del Monde. Folio. 1576 ... [1198] 
Porter (Rev. J. L.) Five Years in Damascus. 2 vols. 12mo. 1855 ...[3777] 

The Giant Cities of Bashan, Syria, &c. 12mo. 1865 [3780] 

Map of Lebanon, Mem.dr on, &c.— J.R.G.S. xxvi. 43 [1886] 

Damascus and its Historv — Ency. Brit. vi. 790 [2266] 

The Dead Sea— Ency. Brit, vii [2267] 



ea 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalof^ue. 
Portlock (Capt. Nath.) Voyage to N. W. Coast America. 4to. 1789 ...[2390] 
Post (G. E.) Mtn. Chains of Cassius and Amanus— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viil 94 [1967] 

Postans (Capt. T.) Beluchi and other Tribes— J.R.G.S. xiv. 193 [1874] 

Each'hi Gandava Cochin-China, Routes through— J.R.(5.S. xiv. 193 [1874] 

Increase of Commerce by means of the Indus, 1843 — Pamp. ... [3626] 

(C. D.) Notes on Arizona, 1875— P.R.G.S. xix. 302 [1956] 

(Mrs.) Cuteh: Random Sketches. 8vo. 1839 [3533] 

Pottinger (Sir H.) Journey through Belooohistan — Murray, Asia, ii. 516 [1344] 
Potts (T. H.) Out in the Open : Sketches of N. Z. Natural History. Svo. 1882 [5553] 

Poutrincourt (M. de) Voyage to Acadia, 1604— Harris, ii. 795 [2088] 

Powell (F. W.) Icelandic History and Literature— Enoy. Brit. xii. 619 ... [2272] 

(Giles) Swan River Settlement. 8vo. 1831 [5282] 

(Wilfrid) New Britain and Neighbouring Is.— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 84 [1962] 

New Guinea and the Western Pacific— P. R.C.I, xv. 1 [2015] 

Visit to Coasts of New Guinea— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 505 .. 

Wanderings in a Wild Country, New Britain. 12mo. 1884, 

Power (Mrs. Caroline) On the Island of Ascension, 1835 — J.R.G.S, 

(J. ) San Salvador State— J.R.G.S. xxviii. 349 

(Sir W. Tyrone) Sketches in New Zealand. 12mo. 1849 ... 

Pownall (Thos.) Administration of the Colonics. 8vo. 1768-74 

Poyer (John) History of Barbadoes, 1605-1801. 4to 

Praed (Mrs. Campbell) Policy and Passion, &o. 12mo. 1881 

(W. Mackworth) Australasia : Cambridge Prize Poem, 1823 — Pamp. 

Prance (R. H.) Corresp. with Australian Agricultural Co., 1873 — Pamp. 
Pratt (W. T.) Colonial Experience : 34 Years in N. Zealand. 12nio. 1877 

Preece (J. R.) Journey fromShiraz to Jashk — R.G.S. Supp. P. I 

Prejevalsky (Col. N.) Mongolia, by Dclmar Morgan. 2 vols. Svo. 1876 ... 

From Kulja, acro-ss the Tian Shnn to Lobnor. 8vo. 1879... 

Letters from Central Asia— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 167, 807 ; viii. 28 

Premium (B.) Eight Years in British Guiana, 1840 48. 8vo. 



[1964] 
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... [1888] 
... [5446] 
[1432-33] 
... [5993] 
[5258] 
[5071] 
[5071] 
[5532] 
... [1912] 
... [3339] 
... [3340] 
[1966-67] 
... [6093] 
Prendergast (John P.) The Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland. 8vo. 1875 [2992] 
Preston (Sir Amias) Voyage to West Indies, 1595 — Haki.hyt, iii. 578 ... [2064] 

(Lt. Wm.) Journey over Darling Ranges, W. Aust. 1829 [4715] 

Coast Northward of Swan River, 1830 [4715] 

Prestwich (J.) Geology ; Chemical, Physical, Stratigraphical. Vol. i. 8vo. [1693] 
Pretty (Francis) Voyage of Candish, &c., 1586-88— Pukchas, i. pt. ii. 57... [2072] 
Prevftst (Com. J. C.) Report, Isthmus of Darien— J.R.G.S. xxiv. 249 ... [1884] 

Price (Bonaray) Currency and Banking. 12mo. 1876 [1541] 

(Owen) and others, England Displayed. 2 vols. Fol. 1769 ...[2948] 

Prichard (Dr. J. C.) Ethnography of High Asia-J.R.G.S. ix. 192 ... [1869] 

Pricket (H.) Hudson's Vovage to the N.W. 1610— Purchas, iii. 597 ... [2074] 
Pridden (Rev. W.) AustraHa, its History and Condition. 12mo. 1843... [4891] 
Prideaux (W. F.) Through the Soudan and W. Aby.^sinia — Cassell, i. ... [2251] 

Pridham (Charles) Mauritius and Dependencies. 8vo. 1849 [4414] 

Prince (Hon. J. B.) New Mexico— Enoy. Brit. xvii. 399 [2277] 

(Mary) a West Ijidian Slave, 1831— Pamp [6036] 

Pring (Capt. M.) Voyages to E. Indies, 1614-21— Pukchas, i. pt. ii. 631... [2072] 

Voyage to Virginia, 1603— PoRCHAS, iv. 1654 [2075] 

Pringle (Thomas) English Settlers in Albany, South Africa. 12mo. 1824 [4224] 
Prinsep (Mrs. A.) Voyage from Calcutta to V. D. Land. 12mo. 1833... [5320] 

Pritchard (A.) History of Infusoria. 8vo. 1861 [1659] 

(George) The Missionary's Reward ; the Gospel in the Pacific. 12mo. [4562] 

Polynesian Reminiscences t Samoa and Fiji. Svo. 1866 [4588] 

Pritchett (G. J.) Explorations in Ecuador, 1856-57— J.R.G.S. xxx. 64 ... [ISSO] 

(R. T.) Rambles and Scrambles in Norway. Svo. 1879 [2907] 

Probyn (Sir Dighton) ; a Sketch by Major Griffiths— PiUars of the Empire [1553] 

Procter (H. R.) Aurora Polaris— Ency. BiilT. iii. 90 [2263] 

Proctor (R. ) Journey Across the Andes and Residence in Peru, 1823-24. Svo. [6183] 

(R. A.) Astronomy ; History and Theory— Ency. Brit. ii. 744 ... [2262] 

Prout (Ebenezer) Madagascar ; its Mission and its Martyrs. Svo. 1863... [4387] 

(H. G.) Astron. Obs. Kordofan and Darfur— J.R.G.S. xlix. 392 ... [1909] 

(J. S.) Tasmania Illustrated. Folio. 1844 [5328] 

Hand-Book of the Voyage to Australia, 1852— Pamp [5071] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. ciii 



ITo. in Catalogue. 
Prout(S.) Picturesque Studies, Coast Scenery, &c. 4pts. Fol. 1816-21... [2964] 
Prudhoe's (Lord) Journey, Cairo to Sennar (1829)— J.R.G.S. v. 38 ... [1865] 

Pryce (Rev. E. G.) Maneroo and Moreton Bay Missions, 1843— [6257] and [f)071] 
Pryer (W. B.) Borneo and the Siilu Archipelago— P. R. G. S. (N.S.) v. 90... [1964] 
Pryor iWm.) Nova Scotia : Home for the Emigrant, 1884— Pamp. ... [5795] 

Psalmanazar (George) Description of Formosa. 12mo. 1705 [3425] 

Objections against, and Psalmanazar's Answer. 12mo. 1708 ... [3426] 

Memoir of George Psalmanazar. 8vo. 1766 [3427] 

Ptolemy, Geographia di Francesco Berlinghieri Fiorentino. Folio. (1480?) [1102] 

GeographicsB ; Pirckeymheriet Villanova[Serveto]. Fol. Lyons, 1535 [1104] 

Dissertation on by Bimbury [1125] ; Ency. Brit. xx. 91 [2280] 

Publius, Thoughts on Finance and Colonies. 8vo. 1846 [1490] 

Pudsey, Voyage to Bahia, Bnazil, 1542— Haklutt, iii. 701 [2064] 

Pufendorf s Law of Nature and Nations, Kennett's Translation. Fol. 1729 [1416] 

and his Works by Prof. Ernest Nys— Ency. Brit. xx. 99 [2280] 

Pugh's Queensland Almanac and Gazetteer. 12mo. ... ... ... ... [5257] 

Pulsky(Fr.) The Tricolour on the Atlas. 12mo. 1854 [3997] 

Pumpelly (R.) Across America and Asia : Five Years' Journey. 8vo. 1870 [2857] 
PuECHAS (Samuel) His Pilurimes. 5 vols. Folio. 1625-26 (pp. 53-68) [2071-76] 
Purdon (W.) Survey of the Valley of Kashmir— J.R.G.S. xxxi. 14 .. [1891] 

Purdy (Wm.) The City Life : its Trade and Finance. 12mo. 1876 ... [1542] 
Purry (J. P.) M^moires sur le Pays des Cafres, Terre de Nuyts, &c. 18mo. [1423] 
Purselove (W.) North of Europe, R. Obi, &c., 1611— Puechas, iii. 546 ... [2074] 

Puseley (David) Australia, Tasmania, and N. Z. 12mo. 1857 [4958] 

Dependence or Independence of the Poor, 1877— ^Pamp [1636] 

Puydit (M. L. de) Explorations in Darien, 1861-65— P.R.G.S. xii. 63 ... [1949] 
Pyne (Alex.) Reminiscences of Life in Canada and Australia. 12mo. ... [5142] 
I^ard de Laval, Voyage to E. Indies — Puechas, ii. 1646 ; Hareis, i. 701 [2094] 
Pytheas de Marseille et la Geographic de son Temps, par Lelewel ... [1172] 

- — Dissertation by Bunbury [1125] ; Ency. Beit. xx. 142 [2280] 



Quaritch's Geographical Catalogue; History, Geography, Philology, &c... [6348] 

Quin (Capt. N.) Notes on the Benin Islands— J.R.G.S. xxvi. 232... ... [1886] 

Quincy (Saer) Voyage to the Holy Land, 1222— Hakltjyt, ii. 32 [2062] 

Quirini (Pietro) Viaggio et Naufragio, 1431— P^MUsio, iii. 199 [2029] 

Shipwreck on the Coast of Norway— Puechas, iii. 611 [2074] 

Quiroa (P. Fernandez de) Terra Austral is Incognita — De Bry, Or. Voy. xiii. [2042] 

Discursus . . . Quinta Orbis Parte — De Bey, Fctits Voy. x. ... [2052] 

Descubrimento de las Regiones Au.striales. 3 vols. 8vo [2314] 

Memorials— PuRCHAS, iv. 1422 [2075] ; Callandee, ii. 142 ... [2092] 

Voyage and Memorials, 1606-10— Dalrtmplb [2096] ; Bueney, ii. [2102] 



Raden (Woldemar) Switzerland. Illustrated. 4to. 1878 [3091] 

Rae (Edw.) The Country of the Moors. 12mo. 1877 [3995] 

■ The White Sea Peninsula : Russ Lapland and Karelia. 8vo. 1881 ... [2909] 

(John) Greece ; Geography and Statistics — Ency. Brit. xi. 80 ... [2271] 

(John, M.D.) Expedition to Shores of the Arctic Sea, 1846-47. 8vo. ... [2650] 

Arctic Explorations, 1851-54— J.R.G.S. xxii. 73, xxv. 246 ... [1882-85] 

Travels in the Arctic Regions. Copy of a Letter, (if S.) 8vo. 1856 .. [2677] 

Report on Iceland, 1861— P.R.G.S. v. 80 [1942] 

Red River and Saskatchewan, 1863— P.R.G.S. vii. 102 [1944] 

Raffles (Sir T. Stamford) History of Java. 2 vols. 4to. 1817 [4434] 

(and Crawfunl) Java et des Autres lies de I'Archipel. 4to. ... ... [4436] 

MemoirofSirT. S. Raffles by his Widow. 4to. 1830 [4434] 

Rafinesque (C. S.) Physical Geography of North America— J.R.G.S. xi. 165 [1871] 

Raimondi (Prof. A.) On Loreto in N. Peru— P.R.G.S. viii. 58 [1945] 

Rivers San Gavan and Ayapata — J.R.G.S. xxxvii. 116 [1897] 

Confluence of Mantaro and Apurimac — J.R.G.S. xxxviii. 413 ... [1898] 

Rainolds (R.) Voyage to the Senegal, 1591— Haklutt, ii. pt. ii. 188 ... [2063] 



CIV 



INDEX 1 OF AUTHOES. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Rainsford (Marcus) The Black Empire of Ilayti, or St. Domingo. 4to. 1805 [5992] 
Raleigh (Sir Walt.) Voyage to the Azores, 1586— Hakluyt, ii. pt. ii. 120 [2063] 

Grenville's Fight in the " Revenge "—Hakluyt, ii. pt. ii. 169 ... [2063] 

Voyage to Guiana, 1595-96— Hakluyt, iii. 631 [2064] 

Voyage to Guiana, by Sir B. H. Schomburgk— Hakluyt Soc. iii. ... [2115] 

Descr. Itinerum Draken, Ralegh, &c.— De Bry, Grands Voy. viii.... [2037] 

Ramond (M. ) Travels in the Pyrenees. 8vo. 1813 [3027] 

Ramsav (Sir A. C.) The Italian Peninsula— Stanford's .Ewrope [1250] 

(W. M.) niyria— Enct. Brit. xii. 709 ; Phrygia, xviii. 849 ... [2272, 78] 

■ Roman Roads and Eug. Railways, Anatolia— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. ... [1967] 

Ramusio (Gio. Battista) Delle Navigationi et Viaggi. 3 vols. [2027-29] 
Randall (George) Australia for the Industrious — Queensland, 1882 — Pamp. [5275] 

(W. R.) Voyage up the Darling and Barwan— J.R.G.S. xxxi. 145 ... [1891] 

Ranke (L. von) Universal History : Greece, Egypt, Assyria, Persia, &c. 8vo. [1127] 

Ranken (Geo.) Bush Essays by " Capricomus, " 1872— Pamp [5071] 

The Squatting System of Australia, 1875— Pamp. [5071] 

Colonisation in 1876— Pamp [5071] 

The Land Law of the Future, 1877— Pamp. [5071] 

—- — Homestead Settlement ; Grazing, 1877 — Pamp. [5071] 

(W. H. L.) The Dominion of Australia. 12mo. 1874 [5004] 

Rankin (D. J.) Blantyre to Quillimane— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 655 [1966] 

(L. K.) Belgian African Elephant Exp.— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)iv. 273 ... [1963] 

Ranyard (L.N.) The Book and its Missions. Vol. i. 8vo. 1856 ...[6264] 

The Book and its Story ; Bible Society, &c. 12mo [6265, 85] 

Raoul (E.) Choix de Plantes de la Nouvelle Zelande. 4to. 1846 ... [1733] 

Rashiduddin, China under the Mongols — Yule, CWAaj/, 253 [2149] 

Rassam (Dr. H.) British Mission to Abyssinia. 2 vols. 8vo. 1869 ... [3958] 

Rath, Search for Cunene River, Benguela— P. R.G.S.ii. 350 [1939] 

Rathbone (E. G.) Cruise of the Yacht "Maria," Feroes, 1854. 4to. ... [2920] 

- — - (Wm.) and others, Ou Local Administration. 12mo [1590] 

Rattray (A.) A Visit to Fernando Noronha— J. R.G.S.xlii. 431 [1902] 

Physical Geography, Somerset and C. York— P. R. G. S. xii. 313 ... [1949] 

Rauwolf (L.) Travels in Syria, the Holy Land, &c., 1573-76— Ray, i. ... [2080] 
Ravenstein (E. G.) Bathy-Hypsographical Maps— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viu. 21 [1967] 
Rawlings (Thomas) The British North American Provinces. 8vo. 1865... [5721] 
Rawlins (J.) Recovery of the " Exchange "from Pirates— PuRCHAS, ii. 889 [2073] 
Rawlinson (Sir Henry) March from Zohab to Khuzistan— J.R.G.S. ix. 26 [1869] 

Tabriz to Takhti-Soleiman, 1838— J.R.G.S.X. 1 [1870] 

■ Siteof the Atropenian Ecbatana— J.R.G.S. X. 65 [1870] 

Geography of Afghanistan— J. R.G.S. xii. 112 [1872] 

Geography of Southern Persia— P. R.G.S. i. 280 [1938] 

Moham'rah andthe Chaab Arabs— P.R.G.S. i. 351 [1938] 

Ancient Geography of Moham'rah — J.R.G.S. xxvii. 185 [1887] 

NotesonChaabAvab.s—J.R.GS. xxvii. 185 [1887] 

OverlandTelegraphRoutetoIndia— P.R.G.S. V. 219 [1942] 

The Pamir Region, Central Asia— P.R.G.S. x. 134 [1947] 

Trade between Turkistan and India— P. R.G.S.xiii. 10 [1950] 

Badakshan and Wakhan— P.R.G.S. xvii. 108 [1954] 

• Monograph on the OXUS—J.R.G.S. xlii. 482 [1902] 

■ Presidential Addresses— J.R.G.S.xlii.-xlvi [1902-6] 

Notes on Seistan— J.R.G.S. xliii. 272 [1903] 

Khiva— P.R.G.S. xvii. 102 [1954] 

• On Forsyth's Mission to Kashgar—P.R.G.S. xviii. 414 [1955] 

England and Russia in the East. 8vo. 1875 [3561] 

Notes on Pre-Historic Cyprus— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 106 [1960] 

TheRoadtoMerv— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 161 [1960] 

Baghdad ; Bu.ssorah ; Euphrates— ExcY. Brit [2263, &c.] 

Herat ; Ispahan ; Kurdistan, &c. — Ency. Brit [2272, &c.] 

Dissertation on Herodotus — Ency. Brit. xi. 756 [2271] 

(Rev. Geo. and Sir H.) History of Herodotus. 4 vols. 8vo. 1875... [1120] 

Rawson (Sir R. "W. ) European Claims, Red Sea Coasts— P. R. G. S. (N.S. ) vii. 93 [1966] 
Territorial Partition Coast of Africa- P. E.G.S. (N.S ) vi. 615 ... [1965] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Eay (John) Collection of Curious Travels. 2 vols. 12mo. 1738 ...[2080] 

Travels thro' Low Countries, Germany, 1663 — Harris, ii. 641 ... [2095] 

— — Travels in Switzerland, Italy, &c., 1663— Harris, ii. 658 [2095] 

Rayleigh (Lord) Optics— Ency. Brit. xvii. 798 [2277] 

Raynal (Abbe) Europeans in the E. and W. Indies. 5 vols. 8vo. 1787 [1333] 
Bead (C. R.) What I Heard, Saw, and Did at the Gold Fields. 8vo. 1853 [5103] 

Reade (Winwood) In West Africa— P.R.G.S.vii. 106 [1944] 

The Kingdom of Dahomey — Cassell, ii. [2252] 

The African Sketch Book. 2 vols. 12mo. 1873 [1231] 

Reclus (Elis^e) The Earth and the Ocean. 4 vols. 8vo [1675] 

Ethnography and Ethnology ; Fire— Ency. Brit, viii., ix. ... [2268, 69] 

Redlich (E.) New Guinea and West Pacific Islands— J.R.G.S. xliv. 30 ... [1904] 
Reed (Sir E. J.) Japan; History, Traditions, Religion. 2 vols. 8vo. 1880 [3447] 
Rees (Wm. Van) On Java : Two Essays, from the Dutch. 12mo. 1864... [1517] 
Reeve (Henry, C.B.) Ambassador ; Balance of Power ; Cabinet ; Congress 

—Ency. Brit [2261-66] 

(Lovell) and others, Zoology of Voyage of the " Samarang" ... [1652] 

Regel (Dr.) Exped. Kuldja to Tui-fan, 1880-81— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)iii. 340... [1962] 

Journey in Karateghin and Darwaz—P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 412 ... [1963] 

Beid(G. H.) Five Free Trade Essays. 8vo. 1875 [1538] 

Kew South Wales, the Mother Colony of the Australias. 4to. 1876 [5010] 

(Mayne) Zigzag Journey through Mexico — Cassell, iii [2253] 

A Flying Visit to Florida— Cassell, iv. [2254] 

(Thos.) Voyages with Convicts to New South Wales. 8vo. 1822 ... [4844] 

Renard (Rev. A.) St. Paul's Rocks — "Challenger" Narrative ... [1694] 



Renaudot (Abbe) Ancient Accounts of India and China. 12mo. 1733 .. 
Reniger (R.) and T. Borey, Voyage to Brasil, 1540 — Hakluyt, iii. 701 .. 
Rennell (Major) Memoir of a Map of Hindostan. 4to. 1792 

Geographical System of Herodotus. 4to. 1800 

Geographical Elucidations — African A.ssoo. ... 

Comparative Geography of Western Asia. 2 vols. 8vo. 1831 

Geography and Roman Roads, Asia Minor 

Renshaw (Rich.) Voyage to C. of Good Hope, Red Sea, 1796-1801. 12mo 

Revoil (M.) Journey into South Somali— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 717 

Reybaud (Louis) Polynesie et les lies Marquises. 8vo. 1843 

Reynier (General) Egypt after the Battle of Heliopolis. 8vo. 1802 
Ribault (J. de) Florida Amerieae Provincia Gallis Accidemnt — De Bry .. 

Voyages to Florida, 1562 & '65— Hakluyt, iii. 308, 349 

Voyage to Florida — Purchas, iv. [2075] ; Parkman's Pioneer.s .. 

Ricci and Trigault, China : its People, &c.— Purchas, ii. 1693 ; iii. 380 [2073-4] 

See also Ency. Brit. xx. 536 [2280] 

(J. H. de) How about Fiji? Annexation v. Non-Annexation 

Fiji; Our New Province in the South Seas. 8vo. 1875 

Rich (C. J.) Review of his "Residence in Koordistan " — J.R.G.S. vi. 351 

Richard I. Voyage to Jerusalem, 1190 — Hakluyt, ii. 20 

Voyage to the Levant, Taking of Cyprus, &c., 1191— Hakluyt, ii. 24 

(Canonicus) Voyage to Palestine, 1190 — Hakluyt, ii. 28 

(Earl of Cornwall) Voyage to Syria, 1240 — Hakluyt, ii. 33 

(Henry) on Disestablishment. 12mo. 1886 ... ;. 

Richards (A. B.) Britain Redeemed and Canada Preserved. 8vo. 1850... 

(Adm. G. H.) Report on the Suez Canal— P.R.G.S. xiv. 259 

On Route to North Pole— P.R.G.S. xix. 208 

(Thomas) and others. Official History of New South Wales. 8vo. ... 

Richardson (G. C.) Sugar Cultivation, Malacca. 8vo. 1849 

(James) Travels in the Desert of the Sahara, 1845-46. 2 vols. 8vo. 

Through Middle Sahara, Ghat to Tawat— J.R.G.S. xvi. 258 

Government Mission to Central Africa. 2 vols. 12mo. 1853 

(Sir John) Frozen Soil of British N. America— J.R.G.S. ix. 117 ... 

Thermometrical Observations N. America — J.R.G.S. ix. 121 

Temperature of the Arctic Regions — J.R.G.S. ix. 331 

Zoology, Voyage of the "Samarang," 1843-46 

Arctic Searching Expedition. 2 vols. 8vo. 1851 



[3365] 
[2064] 
[3516] 
[1110] 
[1986] 
[1112] 
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[3875] 
[1964] 
[4556] 
[3873] 
[2031] 
[2064] 
[1376] 



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[5628] 
[1866] 
[2062] 
[2062] 
[2062] 
[2062] 
[1590] 
[5718] 
[1951] 
[1956] 
[5043] 
[3463] 
[4037] 
[1876] 
[4043] 
[1869] 
[1869] 
[1869] 
[1652J 
[2653] 



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■Herald." 4to. 



No. in Catalogue. 
1854 ... [1656] 
[2685] 



Richardson (Sir John) Zoology, Voyage of the ' 

The Polar Regions. 8vo. 1861 

Life of Sir John Richardson, hy McUraith. 12mo. 1868 [2690] 

(John, M. A.) Manual of Modem Geography. 12mo. 1882 [1245] 

Smaller Manual of Modern Geography. ]2mo. 1886 [1246] 

(Sir John L. C.) A Summer's Excursion in New Zealand. 12mo. 1854 [5466] 

Ridley (Rev. W.) Kamilaroi and other Australian Languages. 4to. 1875 [4803] 

Aborigines on the Darling Tributaries — Smyth [4804] 

Rienzi (Domeny) Oceanic ; Maiasie, Micron&ie. Molan^sie. 3 vols. Svo. [4547] 
Rigby (Cienl.) The English Captives in East Africa— P. R.G.S. x. 113 ... [1947] 

Riley (James) Account of Timbuctoo, &c. 4to. 1817 [4020] 

Rimbault (E. F.) Musical Instruments— Brit. I.NDUSTRiEs [1573] 

Rink (Dr. H.) Continental Ice, Greenland— J.R.G.S. xxiii. 145 [1883] 

On Kane's Discovery N. Coast of Greenland— J.R.G.S. xxviii. 272... [1888] 

Glaciers in Greenland— P. R.G.S. vii. 76 [1944] 

Danish Greenland ; its People, &c. 12mo. 1877 [2705] 

Ripa (Father) Memoirs at the Court of Peking, 1710-23. 12mo [3367] 

Kitter (Karl) Die Colonisation von Neu-Seeland, 1842— P AMP. [5606] 

Roberts (Browne) Colonial Empire of Great Britain. 12mo. 1861 ...[1511] 

(Capt.) Adventures among Cor-sairs, &c. 1692-94 — Dampier, &c. iv. [2326] 

(David) Picturesque Sketches in Spain, 1832-33. Fol [3032] 

■ ■ (Sir Fred.) : A Sketch by Major Griffiths— Pillars of the Empire ... [1553] 

■ (H.) Ambassage to Morocco, 1585 — Hakluyt, ii. pt. ii. 117 [2063] 

(N.) Victory and Escape from Algerian Pirates — Pdrchas, ii. 1577... [2073] 

Robertson, Voyage de, aux Terres Australes. 12mo. 1767 [4818] 

(G. W.) Plans of S. Australian Protestant Community. Svo. 1837 [5178] 

■ (Wm., D.D.) Discovery of America ; and the East Indies. Svo. 1837 [1334] 

(Wm. Parish) Mexico, Yucatan, and U. States. 2 vols. 12mo. 1853 [5968] 

■ (Edmund) Bankruptcy ; Company ; Copyright ; Criminal Law ; Divorce ; 

Equity ; Evidence ; Exchequer ; Factory Acts ; Fraud ; Game Laws ; 
Government ; Husband and Wife ; Infant ; International Law ; Jury ; 
Landlord and Tenant ; Law ; Marriage ; Murder ; Mortgage— Ency. Brtt. 

■" "' " ■ --- [1947 

[5071 

[1869^ 

[3772 

[1878 

[1884' 

[1907] 

[1864] 

[1553] 

[4320] 

[2001] 

[2009] 

[4323] 

[1479] 

[1874] 

[3584] 

[2103] 

[2064] 

[435S] 

[1892] 

[4380] 

[2268] 

[2274] 

[4715] 

[1882] 



Robins (F. V.) Notes on River Niger- P.R.G.S. x. 116 

Robinson (Chas.) New South Wales, 1873— Pamp 

(Dr. Edw.) Travels in Palestine, &c., 1838— J.R.G.S. ix. 295 

Biblical Researches in Palestine, &c. 3 vols. Svo. 1841... 

Dead Sea and Jordan Valley Depres.sion — J.R.G.S. xviii. 77... 

and Smith (E.) Journey in Palestine, 1852— J.R.G.S. xxiv. ... 

■ (Com. G. ) Journey across Newfoundland — J.R.G.S. xlvii. 278 

(Capt. H.) Labrador and Newfoundland, 1820— J.R.G.S. iv. 207 

(Sir Hercules) : A Sketch, by Gritlith.s — Pillars of the Empire 

(John) Notes on Natal. 12mo. 1872 .. 

Social Aspects of Colonization — P.R.C.I. i. 135 

Glimpsesof Natal— P.R.C.I. ix. 280 

■ George Linton : or, the First Years of Natal. 12mo. 1876 

(Judge) Union of the Canada.s — Martin's Col. Mag. ii. 90... 

(M. R.) Town of Carmen and the Rio Negro— J.R.G.S. xiv. 130 

(Phil) Under the Punkah. 12mo. 1881 

Roche (A.) Voy. from Hamburg to S. Sea, 1674-75 — Burnet, iii. 393 

■ (J. F. de la) Voyage to Canada, &c. 1542 — Hakltitt, iii. 240 

(Harriet) On Trek in the Transvaal. 12mo. 187S 

Rochfort (J.) Expedns. to W. Coast of N. Z. 1859- J.R.G.S. xxxii. 294 
Roehon (Abbe) Voyage to Madagascar and East Indies. Svo. 1792 
Rodwell (G. F.) Etna and its Eruptions — Ency. Brit. viii. 627 ... 

Lipari Lslands — Ency. Brit. xiv. 682 

Roe (J. S.) Expedition Inland from Port Leschenault, 1830 

Exped. S. E. of Perth, W. Australia, 1848-49— J.R.G.S. xxii. 1 



■ (Sir T.) Residence at Mogul's Court, 1614-17— Pukch as, L pt. ii. 535 [2072] 



See also Thevenot, i. 10 [2077] ; Churchill, i. 687 

Roebuck (J. A.) The Colonies of England. Svo. 1849 
Rogers (Alex.) Life in India— P.R.C.I. x. 299 



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. [1493] 
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No. in Catalogue. 
Rogers (J. E. Thorold) and others ; On Primogeniture and Entail— Pamp. [1636] 

Finance ; Free Trade— Ency. Brit. ix. 171, 752 [2269] 

Six Centuries of Work and Wages in England. 2 vols. 8vo. 1885 [1591] 

(Samuel) Italy. Illustrated by Turner. 8vo. 1834 [3128] 

(W. A.) Dome.stic Prospects of India— P. R.C.I, i. 3 [2001] 

(Capt. Woodes) Cruising Voyage Round the World, 1708-11. 8vo. [2328] 

See also Harris, i. [2094] ; BuRNKY, iv. 458 [2104] 

Rogpewein (J.) Expedition aux Terres Australes, 1721-22. 12mo. 1739 [2334] 

Dagverhaal der Ontdekkings-Reis, &c. 8vo. 1838 [2335] 

See also Harris, i. [2094] ; Dalrymple [2096] ; Burnet, iv. . . [2104] 

Rohlfs (Gerard) Morocco and the Oases of Draa and Tafilet. 8vo. 1874 [3994] 

Rokeby (Langham) Expedition to the Soudan— J. R.G.S. xliv. 152 [1904] 

Rolamb (Nicholas) Journey to Constantinople, 1656-57— Churohill, v. 6G9[2085] 
Rolleston (C. ) N. S. Wales, the Oldest Australian Colony, 1873— Pamp... [5071] 

(Prof. ) Modification of External Organic Nature— J. R.G.S. xlix. 320 [1909] 

Rolph (T.) Emigration to the Canadas, 1840— Col. Mag. ii. 166 [1479] 

Emigration and Colonisation. 8vo. 1844 [I486] 

Romer (M rs. ) Tern pies and Tombs of Egypt, Nubia, Palestine. 2 vis. 8 vo. 1 84 5 [3886] 



12mo. 1866 



1783 



Roniilly (H. H.) The Western Pacific and New Guinea, 

Ronson (W. T.) Rajpntaua, 1886— Ency. Brit. xx. 259 

Rooke (Major H.) Coast of Arabia Felix, Red Sea, and Egypt 8vo. 

(Capt. W.) Coast Lakes of E. Madagascar — J. R.G.S. xxxvi. 53 

Rorit (M. P.) Mount Theches of Xenophon— J.R.G.S. xl. 463 

Resales (Henry) On Gold in Quartz — Govt. Prize Essay. 8vo. 1861 ... 
Rose (Cowper) Four Years in Southern Africa. 8vo. 1829 

(H. J.) Untrodden Spain, and Her Black Country. 2 vol. 8vo. 1875... 

(Richard) The New Zealand Guide. 12nio. 18"79 

Rosier (James) "Voyages to Virginia, 1602-4— Purchas, iv. 1651 

Ross (Lt.-Col. E. C.) Journey through Mekran— P.R.G.S. xvi. 139, 219... 

River Mand, Southern Persia— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 712 

(J.) Exploration N. W. of Cooper's Creek- P.R.G.S. xv. 96 

Expedition, W. Australia— P.R.G.S. xix. 51 ; J.R.G.S. xlvii. 328... 



■ (John, M.D.) Ruins of Al Hadhr, Mesopotamia — J.E.G.S. ix. 443. 

Journey from Baghdad to Opis — J.R.G.S. xi. 121 

(Rev. J.) History of the Corea. 8vo. 1880 

(Sir John) Voyage to Baffin's Bay. 4to. 1819 

Remarks on by Sabine and Ross's Reply. 8vo. 1819 

Second Voyage in Search of N. W. Passage, 1829-33. 2 vols. 4to. 

Voyages to Arctic Regions, by R. Huish. 8vo. 1835 

(Sir J. Clark) Voyage to Antarctic Regions, 1839-43. 2 vols. 8vc 

■ Antarctic Voyage by MoCormick. 2 vols. Roy. 8vo. 1885 

^ (Robert) Hobart Town Almanac, 1829-36 

Ross-King (Lt.-Col.) Names of Places in Geography— P.R.G.S. xix. 134. 

Eossel (M. de) Voyage de Di^ntrecasteaux. 2 vols. 4to. 1808 

Rost (Dr. R.) The Malays and their Language — Ency. Brit. xv. 323 .. 
Rous (Capt.) Speech, H. of Commons, June 18, 1845 — Debate on N. Z... 

Rousselet (Louis) India and its Native Princes. 4to. 1875 

Rowcroft (Charles) Tales of the Colonies. 12mo. 1872 

Rowe (C. J.) Questions of the Day in Victoria. 12mo. 1882 

Bonds of Disunion : English Misnile in the Colonies. 12mo. 1883 [1583] 

(G. S.) Life of Rev. J. Hunt, Missionary to Fiji, 1838-48. 12mo.... [5618] 

(Nicholas) A Journev on the Volga — Cassell, ii [2252] 

(Rich.) Peter 'Possum's Portfolio. 8vo. 1858 [4960] 

Rowley (Rev. Hugh) Universities' Mission to Central Africa. 8vo. 1866... [4121] 
Rowsell(F. W.) Admiral and Admiralty— Ency. Brit. i. 154, 158 ... [2261] 

Roy'AL Colonial In.stitute, Proceedings of, 1869-86 [2001-16] 

Royal Geographical Society, Publications of ... [1851-1967] ; [6230-32] 

Royle (Chas.) The Egyptian Campaigns, 1882-85. 2 vols. 8vo [3939] 

Rubrnquis (Friar Wm. de) Journal, 1253— Hakluyt, i. 71 [2061] 

Travels in the East, 1253— Purchas, iii. 1 [2074] 

Remarkable Travels in China, &c — Harris, i. 556 [2094] 

Disquisition on, by Col. Yule — Ency. Brit, xxi [2281] 



[4628] 
[2280] 
[3841] 
[1896] 
[1900] 
[5125] 
[4227] 
[3042] 
[5545] 
[2075] 
[1953] 
[1964] 
[1952] 
[1907] 
[1869] 
[1871] 
[3419] 
[2616] 
[2617] 
[2636] 
[2637] 
[2753] 
[2754] 
[5316-17] 
[1956] 
[2410] 
[2275] 
[5433] 
[3564] 
[4892J 
[5152] 



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INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 

Eudbeck (Olof) Journey into Lapland, Finland, &c.— Scheffer [2893] 

Eudler (F. W.), Chisholm, and Ramsay, Geogi-aphy of Europe— Stanford [1250] 

Earthquake ; Granite ; Jade ; Marble ; Pearl; Ruby — Ency. Brit.[2267-81] 

Eudyer (Sir Benj.) Speech Concerning America, 1644 — Harley, ii. 733... [2088] 

Euge (Sophus) Map and Map-Makiug — Ency. Brit. xv. 515 [2275] 

Kuis (Frier A.) Voyage to New Mexico, 1581— Hakluyt, iii. 383, 390 ... [2064] 

Rumker (Dr.) Astronomy of the Southern Hemisphere — Field [4710] 

Eundall (T.) Voyages towards North West, 1496-1631— Hakluyt Soc. v. [2117] 

Memorials of Japan, 16th, l7th Cent. — Hakluyt Soc. viii. ... [2120] 

Knnnion (J. B.) Chicago, 1876— Ency. Brit. v. 610 [2265] 

Euppell (Edw.) Travels in Abyssinia, &c.— J.E.G.S. ix. 490, x. 470 [1869-70] 
EnschenbergerCW.S.W.) Three Years in the Pacific, 1831-34. 2 vis. 8vo. [2454] 

Eusden(G. W.) Port Phillip, 1770-1840— Pamp [5171] 

Curiosities of Civilization [Early History N.S. Wales] 1874— Pamp.. [5071] 

History of New Zealand. 3 vols. 8vo. 1882 [5558] 

History of Australia. 3 vols. 8vo. 1884 [5045] 

Bush (Rich.) Eesideuce at the Courtof London, 1819-25. 2 vols. 8vo. ... [2966] 

Euskin (John) The Stones of Venice. 3 vols. Imp. 8vo. 1874 [3136] 

" Unto this Last : " First Principles of Political Economy. 12mo. [1530] 

Munera Pulveris : Essays on Political Economy. 8vo. ... ... [1530] 

Time and Tide, by Weare and Tyne : Work, Co-operation, &c. 8vo. [1530] 

The Crown of Wdd Olive : Work, Traffic, War, &c. 8vo [1530] 

(and Turner) The Harbours of England. Folio. 1877 ... ^..[2981] 

Eussell Prize Essays on Agriculture, &c., in British Guiana. 8vo. 1878 [6099] 

(And.) Tour through the Australian Colonies in 1839. 12mo. ... [4879] 

(H. S.) Exploring Excursions in Australia — J.E.G.S. xv. 305 ... [1875] 

(Lord John) Speech on Corporation Eeform, 5th June, 1835 — Pamp. [1636] 

(Dr.) Letter from Virgiuia—PuROHAS, iv. 1705 [2075] 

(Bp. M.) Polynesia and New Zealand. 12mo. 1842 [4554] 

(Dr. R. & Logan) Jamaica for the Invalid, &c.— P.R.C.I. x. 209 ... [2010] 

(W. H.) Canada ; its Defences, Conditions, & Resources. 12mo. 1865 [5722] 

■ The Prince of Wales' Tour in India, Egypt, &c. 4to. 1877 ...[3568] 

Eussell-Killough (Comte Henry) L'Asie et L'Oceanie, 1858-61. 2 vols. 12mo [2499] 



Eut (John) Voyage to Newfoundland, 1527 — Hakluyt, iii. 129 

See also Purchas, iii. 809 

Euxton (George F.) Mexico and the Eocky Mountains. 12mo. 
Eyan (Bishop) Mauritius and Madagascar. 12mo. 1864 ... 

Visit to Vohimarina, Madagascar — P.E.G.S. xi. 50 ... 

Eye (E. C.) Diptera- Ency. Brit. vii. 255 

Books and Memoirs on Zululand, 1879— P.E.G.S. (N.S.) i. 

Second Suppt. to Catalogue of the Royal Geog. Soc. Svo. 

Bibliography of New Guinea — R.G.S. Supp. P. i. 

(W. B.) De Soto's Conquest of Florida — Hakluyt Soc. ix. 



[2064] 
[2074] 

[5966] 

[4417] 

[1948] 

[2267] 

200 ... [I960] 
1882 ... [6330] 

[19121 

[2121] 

[2937] 



England as Seen by Foreigners, 1558-1617. Small 4to. 1865 

Sa (Pedro) Description of Siam—HARLEY, ii. 92 [2088] 

Saavedra (Alvarado) Expedicion al Maluco, 1527-28 — Navarrete, v. ... [2110] 

Voyage, New Spain to Moluccas, 1527-29— Burney, 1. 148 [2101] 

Sabine(Sir Edw.) on Ross's Account of his Voyage. 8vo. 1819 ...[2617] 

North Georgia Gazette and Winter Chronicle, 18W-2Q. 4to. ... [2625] 

(Robert) Telegraphs — Briti.sh Industries [1573] 

Sadeur (Jacques) Aventures et le Voyage de la Terra Australe ... [4813-14] 

New Discovery of Terra Incognita Australis. 1693 [4815] 

Sadler (M. T.) Ireland ; its Evils and their Remedies. Svo. 1828 ...[2973] 
Ssewulf, Travels to Jerusalem, 1102-3 — Wright, Early Travels in PaUMinc [3766] 
Sainsbury (W. Noel) Calendar of Colonial State Pajjcrs. Vols. i. to vi. ... [1356] 

The Two Providence I.S. Bahamas— P. E.G.S. xxi. 148 [1958] 

St. John (Bayle) Adventures in the Libyan Desert. 12mo. 1846 ...[3887] 

(Horace) Indian Archipelago ; its History, &o. 2 vols. 12mo. 1853 [4448] 

(Com. H. C.) The Coasts of Yezo, Japan— J.E.G.S. xlii. 343 ... [1902] 

(Major) Bushire and Teheran— ,T.R.G.S. xxxviii. 411 [1898] 

(Sir Spen.ser) Observations on N.W. Borneo— J.E.G.S. xxxii. 217 ... [1892] 

Life in the Forests of the Far East. 2 vols. 8vo. 1862 [4491] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. cix 



Ko. in Cataloj^iie. 
St. Johnston (Alfred) Camping among Cannibals : Fiji, &c. 12mo. 1883 [4624] 

St. Paul (Apostle) Peregrinations — Purchas, i. 56 [2071] 

St. Paul (Anthyme) History of Paris— Ency. Brit, xviii. 286 [2278] 

Saintsbury (G.) French Literature— Ency. Brit. ix. 637 [2269] 

Salbanke (Jos.) Travels ill India, Persia, &c. 1609— Purchas, i. pt. ii. 235 [2072] 
Salll-Ibn-Hazlk, Imams and Soyyids of 'Oman, 661-1856 — Hakluyt Soo. [2157] 
Salisbury (Earl) and others, Voyage into Syria, 1240 — Hakluyt, ii. 33 [2062] 

(Marquis of) : A Sketch — Escott's Pillars of the Empire [155-3] 

Salmon (C. S.) Depres.sion W. Indies: Remedy, Free Trade, 1884— Pamp. [6036] 
Salt (Henry) Twenty-four Views in India, Ceylon, &c. Folio. 1809 ...[3518] 

Visit to E. Africa, 1809— Murray, Africa, ii. 97, 373 [1344] 

- — — Howakil and Amphila Bays, &c. — Hutton's Tmir, ii. [1216] 

Salter (Jos.) The Asiatic in England : Work among Orientals. 12mo. ... [6281] 
Salvado (Mgr. Rudesindo) Memoires Historiques sur I'Australie. 8vo. 1854 [5291] 

Salvatierra, Voyage to California, 1697 — Burn by, iv. 352 [2104] 

Samuelson (James) Ronmauia, Past and Present. 8vo. 1886 ... ... [3240] 

Sancho (Pedro) Occurrences in Peru, &c. 1534 — Purchas, iv. 1494 ... [2075] 

On the Ransom of Atahuallpa — Hakluyt Soc. xlvii. [2159] 

Sandeman (Maj. J. E.)R. Irawadiand its Sources— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 257 [1963] 
Sanders (J. W.) Children's Friend Soc.and Juv. Emigration, 1841 — Pamp. [1636] 
Sanderson (J.) Orange Free State and Transvaal — J.R.G.S. xxx. 233 ... [1890] 

Zulu and Amatonga Countries — J.R.G.S. xxxii. 335 [1892] 

Constantinople, Cairo, Syria, &c. 1584-1602— Purchas, ii. 1614 ... [2073] 

Sandham (A.) Ville-Marie ; or, Montreal Past and Present. 8vo. 1870 ... [5728] 
Sandwith (Humphry) Narrative of the Siege of Ears. 12mo. 1856 ... [3730] 
Sandys (Geo.) Turkey and the Holy Land Described — Purchas, ii. 1274 [2073] 

Relationsof Africa, Egypt, &c. 1610— Purchas, ii. 896 [2073] 

Santarem (Vicomte de) Portuguese Wftstern Africa, 1877 — Pamp. ... [4109] 

Sarel (Col.) Yang-Tsze-Kiang, Hankow to Pingshan— J.R.G.S. xxxii. 1 ... [1892] 
Sargent (F. W.) England, the U.S. and S. Confederacy, 1864— Pamp. ... [5951] 
Saris (J.) Occurrences in the East Indies, 1605-9 — Purchas, i. pt. ii. 384 [2072] 

Voyage for the East India Co. 1611-14— Purchas, i. pt. ii. 334 ... [2072] 

Sarmicnto (Pedro) Voyages to Strait of Magellan, 1579-86 —Burney, ii.... [2102] 
Saugnier, Voyage to the Senegal, 1785 — Murray, Africa, i. 277 ... [1344] 

Saunders (Alfred) New Zealand; its Climate, Soil, &c., 1868— Pamp. ... [5606] 

(Capt. J. P.) Survey of Coast of Arabia— J. R. G. S. xvi. 169 [1876] 

(J. R.) Natal in Relation to South Africa, 1882— P.R. C.I. xiii.103... [2013] 

(Prince) The Kingdom of Hayti. 8vo. 1816 [5994] 

(Trelawnv) The Asiatic Mediterranean, Port Flinders, &c. 12mo. 1853 [5236] 

On Map of Empire of Yncas of Peru— J.R.G.S. xlii. 513 [1902] 

(Wm.) Through the Light Continent ; United States, 1877-78. 8vo... [5932] 

Saussure (H. de) Ancient Volcano in Mexico — J.R.G.S. xxx. 53 [1890] 

Savage (John) Some Account of New Zealand. 8vo. 1807 [5403] 

Savigny and Correard, Senegambia Exped. 1816 — Murray, Africa, i. 282 [1344] 
Savile (Henry) Libel of Spanish Lies respecting Fight in W. Indies ... [2318] 

(W. B.) How India was Won by England. 12mo. 1881 [3583] 

Sawkins(J. G.) Volcanic Mountains Hawaii — J.R.G.S. xxv. 191. 8vo. ... [1885] 
Saxton (John) and others. Illustrations to Wakefield's New Zealand ... [5432] 

Sayce (A. H.) Babylonia and Assyria— Ency. Brit. iii. 182 [2263] 

Cuneiform and Semitic Inscriptions— Ency. Brit. xiii. 114 [2273] 

Lydia— Ency. Brit. XV. 98 [2275] 

.Sayer (Capt.) The History of Gibraltar. 8vo. 1862 [3039] 

Scarlett (P. C.) South America and the Pacific. 2 vols. 8vo. 1838 ...[6154] 
Scheer (F.) Kew and Its Gardens, 1840— Martin's Col. Mag. ii. 212 ... [1479] 
Schefi"er (Dr. Olof) History and Description of Lapland. 12mo. 1704 ... [2893] 
Scherzer (Dr. Kari) Voyage of the " Novara," 1857-59. 3 vols. 8vo. ... [2498] 
Schiltberger (Johann) Bondage and Travels, 1396-1427— Hakluyt Soc. [2171] 
Schimmer (Kari) Sieges of Vienna by the Turks. 12mo. 1847 ... [3189] 

Schlagintweit (Brothers) Journey to khotan— P.R. G.S. i. 273 [1938] 

(Emil) Buddhism in Thibet : Objects of Worship. Folio. 1873 ...[3257] 

Schleman (Joseph) Life in Melbourne, 1882— Pamp. ... . ...[5171] 

Schley (Com. W. S.) The Rescue of Greely. 8vo. 1885 [2727] 



cz 



INDEX OF AUTHOES. 



No, in Catalogue. 

Schliemann (Dr. Henry) Mycenae and Tiryns. Med. 8vo. 1878 [3742] 

Ilios ; the City and Country of the Trojans. Eoyal 8vo. 1880 ...[3743] 

Tiryns, a Prehistoric Palace. Med. 8vo. 1885 [3744] 

Schmeltz (J. D. E.) Godetfroy Museum Catalogue. 8vo. 1881 [4616] 

Schmidel (Ulrich) ludije Regionum et Insularum — Ue Bey, Orands Voy. [2036] 

Travels in S. America, 1534-54— Purchas, iv. 1347 [2075] 

Schmidt (Dr.) Volcanic Eruptions— P.R.G.S. x. 118 [1947] 

Schoberl (Fred.) Present State of Christianity. 12mo. 1828 [6245] 

Scholes (S. E.) Fiji and the Friendly Islands. 16mo. 1882 [5632] 

Schomburgk (Sir K. H.) On Anegada, Virgin Is.— J.R.G.S. ii. 152 ... [1862] 

The Heavy SwOl, Went India I.slands—J.R.G.S V. 23 [1865] 

Expedition into B. Guiana— J.R.G.S. vi. 224 [1866] 

Ascent of the Corentyn and Berbice, 1836-37— J.R.G.S. vii. 285, 302 [1867] 

Third Expedition into Guiana— J.R.G.S. X. 159 [1870] 

Journey Fort San Joaquim to Roraima — J.R.G.S. x. 191 [1870] 

Esmeralda to San Carlos and Moura, 1839— J.R.G.S. x. 248 [1870] 

Natural History B. Guiana— Col. Mag. v. 298, 401 ; vi. 47 [1479] 

Exped. to Barima and Guiana Rivers, 1841 — J.R.G.S. xii. 178 ... [1872] 

ViaittoSourcesof Takutu, 1842— J.R.G.S. xiii. 18 [1873] 

■ Pirara to Upper Corentyn and Demerara — J.R.G S. xv. 1 [1875] 

Samana, Dominican Republic — J.R.G.S. xxiii. 264 [1883] 

Through Siam to Moulmein— P.R.G.S. v. 118 ; J.R.G.S. xxxi. 302... [1891] 

(Dr. R.) Flora of South Australia (1872)— Harcus [5205] 

Schoolcraft, Exped. bevond Mississippi, 1819 — MuEE.w, iV. Amcr. i. ... [1344] 

Mound, Grove Ck. Flats, Virginia— J.R.G.S. xii. 259 [1872] 

Schot (Apol.) Discourse on the Moluccas— Purchas, i. pt. ii. 86 [2072] 

Schouten (Corn.) Voyage — De Bey, Grands Voyages, xi. [2040] 

Voyage Round the World, 1615-17— Purchas, i. pt. ii. 88 [2072] 

(W.) Relation de Royaume de Siam (1636)— Thbvenot, i. 18 ... [2077] 

Schiirmann (C. W. ) Port Lincoln Tribe- — Woods' Tribes of S. Australia ... [4805] 
Schuyler (Eugene) Journey to Khokand, 1873— P.R.G.S. xviii. 408 ... [1955] 

Journey in Turkistan, Khokand, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. 1876 [3326] 

Schwatka (Lt.) Search in the Arctic for Franklin Records. 8vo [2724] 

E.xpedition to King William Land— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 657 [1961] 

Sehwcinfurth (Dr. G.) Exped. to Nyam-Nyani Country — Cassell, iii. ... [2253] 

The Heart of Africa. 2 vols. 12mo. 1878 [4100] 

Sclater (P. L.) A Naturalist's Excursion in Wisconsin — Cassell, iii. ... [2253] 

Maharajahate of Sabak in Borneo— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 121 [I960] 

Scoresby (Rev. Dr.) Account of the Arctic Regions. 2 vols. 8vo. 1820... [2631] 

Voyage to the Northern Whale Fishery, 1822. 8vo. [2632] 

NaiTative of the Loss of the" Esk" and "Lively." 8vo. 1826 ...[2633] 

Journal of a Voyage to Australia. 8vo. 1857 [2496] 

Scot (Edm.) The English and Dutch in Java, 1602-5— PuRCHAS, i. ii. 164 [2072] 

Scott (Amos) On AVestern Au.stralia—J.R.G.S. XXV. 176 [1885] 

(A. J.) Port Denison to Rockingham Bay— P.R.G.S. viii. 110 ... [1945] 

(Benj.)TheCity of London. 8vo. 1867 [2983] 

(John) Paris Revisited in 1815. 8vo. 1816 [3067] 

(J. George) The Hill Slopes Tong-King— P.R,G.S. (N.S.) viu. 217... [1967] 



Scouler (Dr. John) Tribes of N. W. America— J.R.G.S. xi. 215 
Scrutator, Impracticability of a N. W. Passage for Ships. 8vo. 
Sebald de Weert et OL van Noort, Navigationes — De I5ey, is. 

Voyage to the South Sea, 1598-99— PuRCHA.s, i. pt. ii. 78 

Seddall (Rev. H.) Malta, Past and Present. 8vo. 1870 .. 
Seebohm (Henry) Visit to Valley of Yenisei — J.R.G.S. xlviii. 1 

Siberia in Europe. 12mo. 1880 

Siberia in Asia. 12mo. 1882 

Seoley (J. R. ) The Expansion of England. 12mo. 1883... 
Seemann (Bcrthold) Voyages of the " Herald," 1845-51. 2 vols. 

Viti i.Account of the Fiji Islands, 1860-61. 8vo. ... 

Flora Vitiensis. 4to. 1865-73 

(and Bensusan) The Fiji Islands — J.R.G.S. xxxii. 42, 51 

(and Capt. Pim) Dottiugs in Panama, Nicaragua, &c. 8vo. 



1824 



[1871] 
[2630] 
[2038] 
[2072] 

[3141] 

[1908] 

[3297] 

[3298] 

[1582] 

8vo. ... [2488] 

[5622] 

[1748] 

[1892] 

1869... [6054] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Seetzen (Dr.) Pilgrimage to Mecca, &c. 1806— Murray, Asia, iii. 201 ... [1344] 

Selhy (Lieut.) Ascent of the Kanim, 1842— J.R.G.S. xiv. 219 [1874] 

Seidell (John) Of the Dominion or Ownership of the Sea. I'olio. 1652.. [141-3] 
Sell (Henry) Dictionary of the World's Press. Roy. 8vo. ... ... ... [1634] 

Selous(F. C.) Journeys interior of S. Africa— P. R.G.S. (X,S.)iii. 169 ... [1962] 

Explorations in Mashunaland— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 352 [1962] 

A Hunter's Wanderings Interior of S. Africa. 8vo. 1882 [4195] 

— - Further Explorations Mashuna Countiy- P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 268 ... [1964] 

Selwyn (A. R. C.) Geology of the Colony of Victoria [5126] 

(and Ulrich) Physical Geography, Geology, of Victoria, 1866— Pamp. [4791] 

N.America — Stanford's Compendium of Geography. 8vo. ... [1254] 

(Bp. New Zealand) Visitation Journal, 1842-43 — Ck. in the Colonies... [6257] 

Journal of Visitation Tour, Aug. -Dec. 1843 [6257] 

Journal of Visitation Tour to March, 1844 [6257] 

^ Account of the Affray at Kororareka, N. Z. 1845 ... ... ... [6257] 

-— Charge to his Clergy, Sept. 23, 1847— Pamp [5606] 

—— Tour through Diocese and Visit to Chatham Is. 1848 [6257] 

(C. J. and L. F.) Annals of the Diocese of N. Z. 18nio. 1847 ... [5440] 

Life of Bishop Selwyn hy Tucker, 1841-78. 2 vols. 8vo [5544] 

Semenot (P. P.) Ascentof the Tian-Shan, 1857— J.R.G.S. x.xxi. 356 ... [1891] 

Djungaria and the Celestial Mountains — J.R.G.S. xxxv. 213 ... [1895] 

Expedition to Issikul Lake, E. Turkestan — J.R.G.S. xxxix. 311 ... [1899] 

Semper (C.) Die Philippinen und ihre Bewohner. 8vo. 1869 ... .-. [4476] 
Senior (William) Travel and Trout at the Antipodes. 12mo. 1880 ... [5351} 
Sepp and Behme, Voyage from Spain to Paraquaria — Churchill, iv. 596 [2084] 

Sergeant ( Lewis) New Greece. 8vo. 1879 [3236] 

Serpa Pinto (Major) March Across Africa— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 481 .. [1960] 

How I Crossed Africa. 2 vols. 8vo. 1881 [4101] 

Seton (George) "Cakes, Leeks, Puddings, and Potatoes," 1865— Pamp. ... [1636] 

Severtsof(N.) Journey to Thian-Shan, 1866— J.R.G.S. xl. 343 [1900] 

Ferghanaand the Pamir, 1877-78— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 499 [1961] 

Sevin(Ch.)Journey to Mexico— J.R.G.S. XXX. 1 [1890] 

Seward (George F. ) Chinese Immigration. 8vo. 1881 ... ... .. [1565] 

Sewell (Hen.) The N. Z. Rebellion : Letter to Ld. Lyttleton, 1864— Pamp. [5606] 

Seymour (Sir G.) The Galapagos Lslands, 1849— J.R.G.S. xix. 20 [1879] 

Noteon the Cocos Group, 1849— J.R.G.S. xix. 20 [1879] 

Shabeeny (El Hage abd Salam) Timbuctoo, by J. G. Jackson. 8vo. 1820 [4023] 

Shaffner(T. P.) Electric Cucuits— P.R.G.S. v. 94 [1942] 

Shah of Persia, Diary in Europe, 1878. 8vo. 1879 ... i [2868] 

Shanly ( W. ) Report on the Caughnawaga Ship Canal, Canada, 1874 — Pamp. [5770] 
Sharp (Capt.) Expedition to South Sea, 1680-81— Dampieb, &c. iv. ... [2326] 
Sharpey (Alex.) Voyage to E. Indies, &c.— Purchas, i. pt. ii. 228 ... [2072] 

Shaw (Barnabus) We.sleyan Mission, S. Africa, 1841. 12mo [4232] 

(Rev. G. A.) Madagascar and France. 8vo. 1885 [4399] 

(John, M.D.) A Tramp to the Diggings in 1852. 12mo [4928] 

(R. B.) Visits to High Tartarv, Yarkand, and Kashgar. 8vo. 1871 [3336] 

VLsitto Yarkand and Kashgar— J.R.G.S. xli. 373 [1901] 

Yarkand and Kashgar— P.R.G.S. xiv. 124 ; XV. 175 [1951-52] 

On Position of Lob Nor— P.R.G.S. xvi. 242 [1953] 

Central Asia in 1872— P. R.G.S. xvi. 395 [1953] 

Geography of E. Turkestan— J.R.G.S. xlvi. 277 [1906] 

(Dr. Thos.) Residence at Algiers, 1720-32- MURRAY, Africa, ii. 234 [1344] 

(Wm. ) Irruption of the Caflres into Alliany, S. Africa, 1835— Pamp. [4298] 

Golden Dreams and Waking Realities [Caiilbmia]. 12mo. 1851... [5913] 

— The Land of Promise ; Impressions of Australia. 12mo. 1855 ... [4954] 

— - (W.N, ) Electrolysis— Ency. Brit. viii. 106 [2268] 

Sheahan (J. W.) and Medill (J.) Illinois— E.-5CY. Brit. xii. 703 [2272] 

Shelvocke(Capt. Geo.) Voyage Round the World, 1719-22. 8vo. 1726... [2331] 
Shephard (Charies) History of the Island of St. Vincent. 8vo. 1831 ... [5999] 

Sheror (John) The Gold Finder of Australia. 8vo. 1853 [5104] 

Sketches of Statesmen— Pillars of the Empire. 12mo. 1879 ...[1553] 



czu 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Sherley (Sir Antony) Voyage to W. Indies, &c., 1596— Hakltjtt, iii. 598 [2064] 
Travels into Persia, 1599— Purchas, ii. 1383 [2073] 



Voyage over the Caspian Sea, &c., 1601 — Purchas, ii. 1407 ... 

(Sir Robert) Travels in Persia — Purchas, ii. 1805 

Sherring (Rev. M. A.) Protestant Missions in India, 1706-1881. 12mo. 
Shiel (Lt.-Col. J.) Journey through Kurdistan, 1836— J.R.G.S. viii. 54 

Teheran to Alamut and Khurrem-Abad — J.R.G.S. viii. 430 ... 

Shillibeer (Lt. J.) Voyage of the "Briton " to Pitcairn I. 8vo. 1817 
Shillinglaw (J. J.) Narrative of Arctic Discovery. 12mo. 1851... 

Castaway upon the Auckland Islands. 12mo. 1866 ... 

Historical Records of Port Phillip. 8vo. 1879 

ShoU (R. J.) Expedition in N.W. Australia— J.R.G.S. xxxvi. 203... 

Shooter(Rev. J.) The Kafirs of Natal, &c. 8vo. 1857 

Short (Bp.) The Poonindee Mission, South Australia, 1854 — Pamp. 
Shortland (Edward) Southern Districts of New Zealand. 12mo. 1851 

Traditions and Superstitions of the N. Zealanders, 

Maori Religion and Mythology. 12mo. 1882 

(Lt. John) Discoveries, 1788 — Phillip's Voyoige 

Sibree (Rev. James) Madagascar and its People. 12mo. 

Geographical History of Madagascar— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 646 

. Great African Island : Natural History, &o., of Madagascar. 8vo. 

Madagascar ; Geogi-aphy, Inhabitants, &c., 1883 — Ency. Brit. xv.l68 [2275] 

Mauritius ; Geology, History, Population, &c. — Ency. Brit. xv. 639 [2275] 

• Madagascar and Malagasy Bibliography. 8vo. 1885 ... ... [4400] 



12mo. 1856 



1870 



[2073] 

[2073] 

[3596] 

[1868] 

[1868] 

[2433] 

[2656] 

. [4590] 

. [5081] 

. [1896] 

. [4315] 

. [4812] 

. [5456] 

. [5472] 

. [5555] 

. [4824] 

. [4391] 

[1960] 

[4394] 



Sidi Hamet, Timbuotoo, ic. — Murray, Africa, i. 515 ; and Riley 
Sidney's (Algernon) Discourses Concerning Government. Folio. 1751 

(John) How to Settle and Succeed in Australia, 1849 — Pamp. 

(Samuel) The Three Colonies of Australia. 8vo. 1852 

^ Gallops and Gossips in the Bu.sh of Australia. 12mo. 1854... 

Sidoti (J. Baptiste) Mission to Japan, 1709 — Burney, v. 11 
Sievers (Prof. E.) 'The German Language — Ency. Brit. x. 514 
Sighelmus (Bishop of Sherborne) Voyage to India, 883 — Hakluyt, ii. 5 

(and others) Voyages to India — Purchas, i. pt. ii. 109 

Sigurd the Crusader, The Saga of, 1107-11— Wricht 

Silva (da) Manica Gold Fields, Zambeze, 1788— J.R.G.S. xxx. 155... 
Silva Figueroa(Don Garcia) Letter from Persia, 1619 — Purchas, ii. 1533 



[4020] 
. [1420] 
. [5071] 
. [4937] 
. [4946] 
. [2105] 
. [2270] 
. [2062] 
. [2072] 
. [3766] 
. [1890] 

[2073] 



Silver (J. M. W.) Sketches of Japanese Manners and Customs. 4to. 1867 [3442] 

Silver and Co. (S.W.) Emigration Guide, &c., 1858— Pamp [1636] 

Guide to Australasia and Itinerary. 8vo. 1863 [4976] 

B. Columbia and Vancouver Island, 1863 — Pamp. [5841] 

Hand- Book to South Africa. 12mo [4269] 

Hand-Book for Australia, N. Zealand, and Fiji. 12mo [5027] 

Canada, N.W. Territory, Manitoba, B. Columbia, &c. 12mo. ... [5747] 

The Leeward and Windward Islands. 1881 [6018] 

Jamaica, Hayti, Cuba, the Bahamas, &c. 1881 [6018] 

Australian Grazier's Guides : 1. Sheep. 2. Cattle. 12mo. ... ... [5036] 

Sim (Major) Strait between India and Ceylon — J.R.G.S. iv.l [1864] 

Sime (James) History of Geimany — Ency. Brit. x. 473 [2270] 

German Literature — Ency. Bkit. x. 522 [2270] 

Simmonds (P. L.) Animal Life in the Arctic Regions — P.R.G.S. i. 53 ... [1938] 

The Arctic Regions and Polar Discoveries. 12mo. 1859 [2683] 

Science, Commerce, and Manufactures. 12mo. 1872 ... ... [1531] 

Colonial Aids to British Prosperity— P. R. C.I. V. 1 [2005] 

Tropical Agriculture : Commercial Products. 8vo. 1877 [1545] 

Simmons (Alfred) Old England and New Zealand. 8vo. 1879 [5546] 

Simons (F. ) Sierra Nevada, Columbia— P. R. G. S. (N. S. ) i. 689 ; iii. 705 [1960, 62] 

Explor. of Goajira, Colombia— P.R.G.g. (N.S.) vii. 781 [1966] 

Simpson (W.) The Modoc Regions, California— P.R.G.S. xix. 292 [1956] 

Simpson-Baikie's International Dictionary for Sportsmen, &c. 8vo. 1879 [1302] 

Sims (T. ) Dyeing and Bleaching — Brit. Industries [1573] 

Simson (Alf.) Recent Journeys in S. America, 1876— P.R.G.S. xxi. 556 ... [1958] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Sinclair (A. C.) and Fyfe, Hand- Book of Jamaica. 8vo 

(Capt. ) Harbours, N. E. Australia— P. R. G. S. iv. 79 ; v. 4 

Sinnett (Fred.) Account of South Australia, 1862 — Pamp 

Sintra (Pietrodi)N'avigatione, 1413 — Ramusio, i. 110 

Voyages of Gonzales and Pedro de Sintra — Early Voyages, 



No. in Catalogue. 

[6023] 

[1941-42] 
[5225] 
[2027] 
[2099] 



Skene (J. H.) Remarkable Localities, Coast of Epims— J.R.G.S. xviii. 139 [1878] 

Skertchley (J. A. ) An Excursion in Dahomey — Cassell, iv. [2254] 

West African Tribes and Customs — Cassell, v. [2255] 

Visit to Borders of Ashantee — Cassell, vi [2256] 

At an Australian Corobborey — Cassell, vi [2256] 

■ The Gold Fields of Wassaw, W. Africa— J. R. G. S. xlviii. 274 [1 908] 

Skippon (Sir Philip) Travels on Continent, 1663-66— Churchill, vi. 359 [2086] 
Sladen (Maj. E. B. ) Exped. from Burma to S.W. China— J.R.G.S. xli. 257 [1901] 
Smedley (Edw. ) Sketches from Venetian History. 2 voU. 12mo. 1831 [3127] 
Smee (Alfred) My Garden, its Plan and Culture, &c. 8vo. 1872 ...[1670] 

Smith (Adam) The Wealth of Nations, by McCulloch. 8vo. 1863 ...[1439] 

■ Another Edit, with Commentary by E. G. Wakefield. 4 vols. 18mo. [1440] 

(Dr. A.) Central South Africa— J. R.G.S. vi. 394 [1866] 

Zoology of South Africa. 4 vols. 4to. 1849 [1651] 

(Rev. A. C.) British and Roman Antiquities, N. Wiltsliire. 4to. 1885 [3008] 

(D. Murray) Arctic Expeditions, British and Foreign. 4to. 1880... [2717] 

(Capt. Francis) Voyage to Hudson Straits, 1746-47. 2 vols. 8vo.... [2603] 

(F. P.) Chinese Geographical Names- P.R.G.S. xxi. 580 [1958] 

(George) Assyrian Discoveries, 1873-74. 8vo. [3734] 

The Chaldean Account of Genesis. 8vo. 1875 [3735] 

Assyria to the Fall of Nineveh. 12mo. [1124] 

Babylonia, edited by A. H. Sayce. 12mo [1124] 

(Goldwin) The Empire : Letters on the Colonies. 12mo. 1863 ... [1515] 

(Hubert) Tent Life in Norway, with Gypsies. 8vo. 1874 [2906] 

(Capt. John) Novse Anglise— De Bry, Orands Voyages, x [2039] 

■ Travels in Europe, Africa, &C.—PURCHAS, ii. 1361 [2073] 

Description of Virginia about 1606 — Puecha.s, iv. 1691 [2075] 

Extracts from " New England's Trialls," 1622— Purchas, iv. 1837... [2075] 

■ Travels in Europe, Asia, &c. 1592-1629— Churchill, ii. 329 ... [2082] 

■ Transactions in Virginia, 1624-29 — Churchill, iii [2083] 

History of Bermuda, 1613-23— PuRCHAi3,iv. 1804 [2075] 

The Bermudas, edited by Gen. Leiroy, 1882— Hakluyt Soc. Ixv. ... [2179] 

Adventures and Discourses of Capt. John Smith, 1579-1631. 12rao. [2812] 

(J. H.) Territory of Burica, Isthmus of Panama— J.R.G.S. xxiv. 256 [1884] 

(Col. J. T.) Silver and the Indian Exchanges, 1876— Pamp [1636] 

(Leigh) Discoveries in the " Eira "— P. R. G. S. (N.S.) iii. 129 ... [1962] 

Second Voyage to Franz Josef Land— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 204 ... [1964] 

(R. Murray) The Australasian Dominion, 1884— P.R.C.I. xv. 105 ... [2015] 

(Rt. ) English Pinnasse taking a Portugall Ship— Purchas, i. ii. 729 [2072] 

(Sidney) Whether to Go and Whither? the Cape, &c. 12mo. ... [4921] 

(Thos. ) Observ. on Constantinople and Prusa — Ray [2080] 

(Rev. Tho.) History of the Missionary Societies. 2 vols. 8vo. 1824-25 [6242] 

(Toulmin) Discovery of America by the Northmen. 12mo. 1842... [1351] 

(Miss Toulmin) Guild— Ency. Brit. xi. 259 [2271] 

Malta and its Antiquities — Ency. Brit. xv. 339 [2275] 

(Webber) Mt. Athos and its Monasteries, 1836— J.R.G.S. vii. 60 ... [1867] 

(Wm.) History of Canada to 1791. 2 vols. 8vo. 1815 [5702] 

(Dr. Wm.) Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities. 8vo. 1842 [1114] 

Atlas of Ancient Geography. Folio. 1875 [1121] 

(W. C.) Ballot ; Contraband ; Entail— Enoy. Brit [2263-68] 

Liquor Laws— Ency. Brit. xiv. 688 [2274] 

• (W. G.) Mushroom— Ency. Brit. xvii. 74 [2277] 

■ (W. H.) Canadian Gazetteer: Canada West. 8vo. 1849 [5717] 

(W. Mein) and others. Illustrations to Wakefield's New Zealand ... [5432] 

• (W. Robertson) Mecca ; Medina— Ency. Brit. xv. 669, 817 ... [2275] 

Nineveh— Ency. Brit. xvii. 511 [2277] 

Palmyra ; Petra— Ency. Brit, xviii. 198, 705 [2278] 



CXIV 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



s 



No. in Catalogue. 

Smyth (Coke) Sketches in the Canadas. Folio. 1840 [5711] 

(R. Brough) Mining and Mineral Statistics, Victoria [4791] and [5126] 

Gold Fields and Mineral Districts of Victoria. Imp. 8vo. 1869 ... [5135] 

The Aborigines of Victoria. 2 vols. Imp. 8vo. 1878 [4804] 

(Warington) Metallic Mining — Brit. Inddstbies [1573] 

Collieries — Bkiti.sh Industries [1573] 

(Admiral W. H.) Columbrete Rocks near Valencia— J. R.G.S i. 58 ... [1861] 

(and F. Lowe) Journey from Lima to Para. 8vo. 1836 [6188] 

Account of Amazons and Negi-o Rivers — J.R.G.S. vi. 11 [1866] 

Presidential Addresses — J.R.G.S. xx. p. xxxiii. ; xxi. p. Ivi. ... [1880-81] 

Instruments Requisite for Travellers— J. R.G.S. xxiv. 334 [1884] 

■ Translation of Benzoni's New World, 1572— Hakluyt Soo [2133] 

Sailor's Word Book : Nautical Terras, &c. 8vo. 1867 [1293] 

Smythe (Mrs.) Ten Months in the Fiji Islands. 8vo. 1864 [5624] 

Snow (Sir W. Parker) Voyage in Search of Franklin. 12mo [2655] 

Cruise off Terra del Fuego, Falklands, &c. 2 vols. 12mo. 1857 ... [6222] 

British Columbia : Emigration, &c. 1858— Pamp [5841] 

Colonisation of Ocean Islands, &c.— P.R.C.I. ii. 117 [2002] 

Socin (Prof. A.) Lebanon ; Mesopotamia— Ency. Brit. xiv. 392; xvi. 47 [2274, 76] 

• Palestine ; Phoenicia— Ency. Brit xviii. 170, 801 [2278] 

Soley (J. Russell) Rescue of Greely. 8vo. 1885 [2727] 

Soils (Juande) Discovery of Rio de Plata, 1512— Peter Martyb [1320-21] 

History of the Conquest of Mexico, by Townshend. Folio. 1724 [5962] 

Somera (Josef) Voyage to the Pelew Islands, 1710— Bubney, v. 12 ... [2105] 
Somers (Robert) Commerce ; Co-operation ; Com Laws — Ency. Beit. vi. [2266] 

■ Emigi-ation ; Exchange— Ency. Brit, viii [2268] 

Sonnerat (M.) Voyage i la Nouvelle Guinee. 4to. 1776 

Voyage to the Spice Islands and New Guinea. 12nio. 1781 

Sosnoffsky's (Col. ) Expedition to China, 1874-75— J.R.G.S. xlvii. 150 ... 
Soto (Ferdinand de) Travels and Discoveries— Hakluyt Supp. 689 

—^- Voyage to Florida, 1539-43— PUKCHAS, iv. 1532 

Discovery of Florida, edit, by W. 15. Rye— Hakluyt Soo. ix. 

Southam (T.) Voyage to Novogrod, Russia, 1566— Hakluyt, i. 365 
Southon (E. J. ) Journey through Northern Ugogo— P. R.G. S. (N. S. ) iii. 547 
Sowden (Wm. J.) The Northern TeiTitory, S. Australia. 8vo. 1882 ... 
Sowerby (G. B.) Illustrated Index of British Shells. Roy. 8vo. 1859 ... 

Sparke (John) Travels to Persia, 16th Cent.— Hakluyt Soc _ 

Sparrey (F.) Description of Trinidad, Gniana,&c. 1602— Pukchas, iv. 1247 [2075] 
Sparnnann's Voyage to Cape of Good Hope, &c. 1772-76. 2 vols. 4to... [4210] 
Speke (J. H.) Expedition— P. R.G.S. ii. 52 ; v. 11 ; vi. 17 ; 

Upper Basin of the Nile— J.R.G.S. xxxiii. 322, 334 . 

Journal of Discovery of the Source of tlie Nile. 8vo. 

Spence (Miss C. H.) Clara Morison : a Tale of S. Australia. 

Tender and True : a Colonial Tale. 2 vols. 12mo. 

(James) The American Union. 8vo. 1862 

(J. M.) The Land of Bolivar (Venezuela). 2 vols. 8vo. 

(Tho.s. ) Manitoba and the North-West, 1876— Pamp 

Spilbergen (Adm.)Navig. Indiam Orientalim— De Bry.PcW^ V. vii. 

Voyage Round the Worid, 1615-l'6— De Bry, G. V. xi. 

Voyage Round the World— BuRNBY, ii. 329 

Dutch Trade in the East Indies, 1616— Purchas, i. pt. ii. 87 

Spottiswoode (W.) Typical Mountain Ranges— J.R.G.S. xxxi. 149 
Longitude by Moon's Greatest Altitude— P. R.G.S. v. 234 



[2384] 
[2385] 
[1907] 
[2070] 
[2075] 
[2121] 
[2061] 
[1962] 
[5238] 
[1658] 
[2184] 



vii. 20, 213 [1939-44] 
... [1893] 
... [4119] 
12mo. [5195] 
... [5196] 



1864 
2 vols. 
1856 ... 



1878 



[5917] 
[6078] 
[5821] 
[2049] 
[2040] 
[2102] 
[2072] 
[1891] 
[1942] 



Spratt (Capt. T. A. B.) Situation of Miuoa and Nisa;a— J.R.G.S. viii. 205 [1868] 

. [1877] 
. [1884] 
. [1886] 
. [1887] 
. [3225] 
. [5043] 
. [4298] 



Lakes of Benzerta — J.R.G.S. xvi. 251 

The Isthmus of Mount Athos— J.R.G.S. xvii. 145 

LetteronCrete—J.R.G.S. xxiv. 238 

Route from the Danube to Black Sea— J.R.G.S. xxvi. 203 ... 

Remarks on Serpent Island, Black Sea— J.R.G.S. xxvii. 220 

Travels and Re.searches in Crete. 2 vols. 8vo. 1865 

Spreeson (J. J.) Norfolk and Lord Howe Is.— Official Hist. N.S.W. 
Sprigg (J. G.) Speech on Disarmament of the Basutos, 1880— Pamp. 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



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No. in Catalogue. 

Sproat (G. M.) British Columbia for Emigrants, 1875— Pamp [5841] 

Spruce (R.) Mtns. of Llangauati, Quitonian Andes — J.R.G.S. xxxi. 163... 

Spry (W. J. J.)TheCruiseof the "Challeuger," 8vo. 1877 

Sprye (Capt.) Communication betw. China and Burma — P.E.G.S. v. 45 ... 
Spurway (Th.) Wrongs done the English at Banda, 1617 — PuRCH. i. ii. 608 

Squier (K. G.) Travels in Central America. 2 vols. 8vo. 1853 

Lake Yojoa in Honduras, Central America — J.R.G.S. xxx. 58 

Geograjihy and Archieology of Peru, 1870 — Pamp 

Peru: Travelin the Land of the Incas. 8vo. 1877 

Republic of Honduras (1881) — Ency. Brit. xii. 129 

British Honduras ; Population, &o. (1881) — Enoy. Brit. xii. 132 ... 

Stade (Hans) Proviucia; Braziliie Historia — De Bby, Grands Voyages, iii ... 

Captivity in Brazil, 1547-55, by Tootal and Burton — Hakl. Soo. ... 

Staley (Bp. of Honolulu) Church Work in Hawaii. 12mo. 1868 

Geography and Volcanoes of Sandwich Is. — J.R.G.S. xxxviii. 361 ... 

Standen (R. S.) The Pic du Midi, in the Pyrenees — Cashkll, ii. .. 
Stanford (Ed w.) Compendium of Geography. 6 vols. 8vo. 

• London Atlas of Universal Geography. Roy. 4to. 1882 

Stanley (Dean) Sinai and Palestine. 8vo. 1877 

(Hon. E.) Claims of the West Indian Colonies, 1850 — Pamp. 

(Henry M.) How I Found Livingstone. 8vo. 1872... 

Coomassio and Magdala : Story of Two Campaigns. 8vo. 1874 ... 

Through the Dark Continent (Africa). 2 vols. 8vo. 1878 

Basinof the Nile and Congo— P.R.G.S. xxii. 165, 382 

The Congo, and the Founding of its Free State. 2 vols. 8vo. 1885 

(Capt. Owen) Voyage of the " Rattlesnake," 1846-50. 2 vols. 8vo. 

Cruise in Eastern Archipelago, 1841 — J.R.G.S. xii. 262 

Stanley of Alderley (Lord) Voyages of da Gama — Hakluyt Soo. xlii. 

East Africa and Malabar Coasts, 16th Cent. — Hakluyt Soc. xxxv. 

De Morga's Philippine Islands, 16th Cent. — Hakluyt Soc. xxxix.... 

Venetian Travels in Persia — Hakluyt Soc. xlix 

Magellan's Voyage Round the World, 1519-22 — Hakluyt Soc. Iii.... 

Portuguese Embassy to Abyssinia, 1520-27 — Hakluyt Soc. Ixiv. ... 

Staunton (Sir Geo. ) Earl Macartney's Embassy to Cliina. 8vo. 1797 ... 
Steane (Edw., D.D.) Religious Condition of Christendom. 1851. 8vo. ... 
Stebnitzky (Col.) Journey in Turkomania, 1872 — J.R.G.S. xliv. 217 
Stedtnan (Capt. J. G.) Surinam, with Description of Guiana. 4to. 1796 
Steedman (Andrew) Wanderings into South Africa. 2 vols. 8vo. 1835 
Steel (Rev. R., D.D.) The New Hebrides and Christian Missions. 12mo. 1880 

(R.) and J. Crowther, Journey to Persia, 1615-16 — Purchas, i.519... 

Steele (John) The Suez Canal ; its'Present and Future, 1870 — Pa.mp. 
Stefano (Hieronimo de San) Viaggio nelle Indie, 1499 — Ramusio, i. 345... 

Journey from Cairo to India, 1499 — Hakluyt Soc. xxii 

Steffens (Henry) Adventures or. the Road to Paris, 1813-14. 12mo. 
Steinen (Kari) Xingu, Amazon Trilratary— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 517 ... 
Stephen (Sir James) Slavery of the feritish We.st Indies. 8vo. 1824 ... 

(Sir J. Fitzjames) : A Sketcli, by Sherer — Pillars of the Empire 

Stephens (H. Morse) Portugal : Statistics, &c. — Ency. Brit. xix. 536 ... 

(John) The Land of Promise : South Australia. 8vo. 1839 

(J. L. ) Travels in Central America & Yucatan. 4 vols. 8vo. 1841-43 

Stephenson (H. F.) Winter Quarters of the " Discovery "—P. E.G. S. xxi. 
Stevens (Edw.T.) Flint Chips: Gui<ie to Pre-HistorieArcli*ology. 8vo. 1870 

(Capt. G. J.) The Country around Aden— J.R.G.S. xliii. 295 

(Henry) Historical and Geogr. Notes on America, 1453-1530. 8yo.... 

(John) Rule of Spanish Trade to the W. Indies, 1702. 12rao 

i'ransl. of Herrera's Historia Gen. . . Indias Occidentales. 5 vols. 8vo. 

(T.) Voyage to Goa, 1579— Hakluyt, ii. pt. ii. 99 

Stevenson (R. L.) Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes. 12mo. 1879 

(Wm.) Progress of Discovery to 19th Cent. 8vo. 1824 

Slewart(Col. C. E.) Country of Tekke Turkomans— P. E.G. S. (N.S.) iii. 513 

Herat Valley and Periiitn Border— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 137 

i 2 



1891] 
2532] 
1942] 
2072] 
6051] 
1890] 
6206] 
6196] 
2272] 
2272] 
2032] 
2163] 
4664] 
1898] 
2252] 
[1250-55] 
... [1243] 
3781] 
6036] 
4125] 
4062] 
4135] 
1959] 
4103] 
2485] 
1972] 
2155] 
2147] 
2151] 
2161] 
2164] 
2178] 
3369] 
6259] 
1904] 
60891 
4167] 
4614] 
2072t 
3918] 
2027] 
2134] 
3066] 
1967] 
5996] 
1553] 
2279] 
5183] 
6044] 
1958] 
1118] 
1903] 
1366] 
1421] 
1327] 
2063] 
3071] 
1345] 
1962] 
1967] 



cxvi INDEX OF AUTHOKS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Stewart (Eev. C. S.) Visit to the South Seas, 1829-30. 2 vols. 12mo.... [4546] 

Private Journal : Mission to Sandwich Is. 12mo. 1830 [4651] 

Residence in the Sandwich Islands : Introd. by Ellis. 12mo. 1832 [4652] 

(George) Canada under Administration of Earl Duiferin. 8vo. 1878 [5736] 

New Brunswick ; Physical Features, &c. 1884— Ency. Bbit. xvii. 373 [2277] 

Nova Scotia, 1884— Enct. Beit. xvii. 601 [2277] 

Prince Edward Island, 1885— Ency. Beit. xix. 739 [2279] 

Provinceof Quebec, 1886— Ency. Beit. XX. 168 [2280] 

(G. J.) Circumnavigation of Nyassa— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 289 ... [I960] 

Country betw. Nyassa and Tanganyika— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 428 ... [1961] 

Nyassa Route to African Lake Region— P. R. G. S. (N.S.) iii. 257 ... [1962] 

Survey Eastern Coa,st of Nyassa— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) V. 689 [1964] 

(G. Vesey) Special Settlements, Bay of Plenty, N. Z. 1877-83— Pamp. [5606] 

■ — - Guide to Hot Lakes of Rotorua, N. Z. 1883— Pamp [5606] 

(Robert) Australasia and Polynesia. 12mo. 1853 [4943] 

Stibbs (Barth.) Exped. to the Gambia, 1123— UvnuAY, Jfrica, i. 190 ... [1344] 
Stirling (A. W.) The Never-Never Land : North Queensland. 12mo. 1884 [5259] 

(Sir James) Expeditions in Western Australia, 1829-32. 18nio. ... [4715] 

Stockdale (J. J. ) Sketches of Java and Dependencies. 8vo. 1812 ... [4433] 

Supplement : Java, Anjerie to Batavia, &c. 8vo. 1812 [4433] 

Stockenistrom (Sir A.) Causes of the Kaffir War, 1851— Pamp [4298] 

Stokes (Anth.) Constitutions of B. Colonies N. America. 8vo. 1783 ...[5887] 

(C. ) Notes on the United States of N. America. 1839— Pamp. ...[5951] 

(J. Lort) Discoveries in Australia, 1837-43. 2 vols. 8vo. 1845 ... [4721] 

"Voyages of "Adventure" and " Beagle," 1825-36— J. E.G. S. vi. 311 [1866] 

Cotton Plantations in Natal— J. R.G.S. xix. 33 [1879] 

Surveys Middle Island, N. Z.— J.R.G.S. xxi. 25 [1881] 

Steam Communication with Australia — J.R.G.S. xxvi. 183 [1886] 

Stone (0. C.) A Few Months in New Guinea. 12mo. 1880 [4518] 

Port Moresby and the Natives— P. R. G. S. xx. 92, 26B, 330 [1957] 

Stoneman (Jolm) Voyage intended for Virginia, 1606 — Puechas, iv. 1832 [2075] 
Stones (W.) On Colonisation ; its Aspects and Results, 1865 — Pamp. ... [1636] 

Stoney (Capt. Butler) Residence in Tasmania. 8vo. 1856 [5335] 

Victoria, with Account of Ballarat Disturbances. 8vo. 1856 ... [5109] 

Story (John) Travels through Sweden, 1632— Haeley, i. 209 [2087] 

(William) Agriculture in Victoria — Govt. Prize Essay. 8vo. 1861 [5125] 

■ (W. W.) Tlie American Question. 1862— Pamp [5951] 

Stothard (Sir C. A.) Monumental Effigies of Great Britain. Folio. 1817... [2963] 
Stout (Benj.) Loss of the " Hercules," Coast of Cafifraria, 1796. 8vo. ... [4214] 

The Cape of Good Hope, and Dependencies. 8vo. 1820 [4220] 

Stow (J. P.) Boat Voyage, Coasts North Australia— P.R.G.S. x. 34 ... [1947] 

• South Australia : History, Productions, Resources. 8vo. 1883 ... [5213] 

(T. Q.) Congregationalism in the Colonies, Sydney, 1855 — Pamp. ... [5071] 

Strabo's Geography, Latin and Greek. Folio. Basil*, 1523 [1103] 

Sh-aohan (Alex.) Life of Leigh, Missionary to Australia, 1815-31. 12mo.... [4856] 

(John, Bishop of Toronto) Visitation Journal, 1842 ... [6257] 

(J. M.) East India and Native Customs and Rites, 1838— Pamp. ... [3626] 

(R.) Calculations of Heights on White Nile— J.R.6.S. xlvi. 421 ... [1906] 

Strachey (Capt. H.) Kumaon and Garhwal, Himalayas— J.R.G.S. xxi. 57... [1881] 

Physical Geography of Western Tibet— J.R.G.S. xxiii. 1 [1883] 

(Sir Richard, C.S.I.) : a Sketch— Pillars of the Empire [1553] 

Asia : Geography, Ethnology, &c., 1875— Ency. Brit. ii. 683 ... [2262] 

Address, British Association, 1875— P.R.G.S. xx. 79 [1957] 

Lecture on Scientific Geography — P.R.G.S. xxi. 179 [1958] 

The Himalaya Mountains — Ency. Beit. xi. 821 [2271] 

(Wm.) Historie of Travaile into Virginia — Hakluyt Soc. vi. ... [2118] 

Wreck of Sir T. Gates, Bermudas, 1610— Puechas, iv. 1734 [2075] 

Strangways(H. B. T.) On South Australia— P. R.C.I, vi. 228 [2006] 

Strong (Capt. John) Voyage to Coast of Chili, 1689-91— Bueney, iv. 330 [2104] 

Stroza (Peter) Of the Patriavke of Babylon, &c.— Puechas, i. 163 [2071] 

Strutt's Sylva Britannise et Scotiw. Folio. 1826 [1724] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. cxvii 



No. in Catalogue. 
Struve (F. G.W.) Astronomical Positions in Turkey, &c.— J.R.G.S.viii. 406 [1868] 

Astronomical Points, Turkistan, 1865-68— J.R.G.S. xxxix. 338 ... [1899] 

Strzelecki (Count) Physical Description of N.S. Wales, &c. 8vo. 1845... [4722] 

■ On the Discovery of Gold by the Author in 1839. 8vo [4791] 

Stuart (Gilbert) A View of Society in Europe. 8vo. 1792 [1442] 

(James) Three Years in North America. 2 vols. 8vo. 1833 ...[5901] 

(J. L.) Flora of the Trans-Indus Territories— J. R. G. S. xxxii. 316 ... [1892] 

(J. McDouall) Expedition in South Australia— P. R. G. S. iv. 77 ... [1941] 

Second Journey to Lake Torrens — J.R.G.S. xxxi. 65 [1891] 

• Third Journey to Lake Torrens— J. R. G. S. xxxi. 83, 100 [1891] 

Explorations N. of Murchison Range, 1860-61— J.R.G.S. xxxii. 340... [1892] 

Expedition Across Australia, 1861-62— J.R.G.S. xxxiii. 276 [1893] 

Journals of Explorations, 1858-62, by Hardman. 8vo. [475.3] 

New Country of North Australia— P. R.G.S. ix. 21 [1946] 

(Major R.) Ascent of Mt. Ararat in 1856— P.R.G.S. xxi. 77 [1958] 

Geography and Resources of Epirus — J.R.G.S. xxxix. 276 [1899] 

Hayti, or Hispaniola- J.R.G.S. xlviii. 234 [1908] 

Studley(T.) Colony of Virginia, 1606 10— PuKCllAs.iv. 1705 ... ...[2075] 

Stukeley (T. ) Voyage to Barbary, 1578— Hakluyt, ii. pt. ii. 67 [2063] 

Sturmy (S. ) The Mariner's Magazine ; Arts of Navigation, &e. Folio. 1679 [1287] 
Sturt(Capt.) Expeditions in Southern Australia, 1828-31. 2vol8. 8vo.... [4714] 

Course of the Hume [Murray] River— J.R.G.S.xiv. 141 [1874] 

Explorations in Central Australia^J.KG.S. xvii. 85 ♦ ... [1877] 

Expedition into Central Australia, 1844-46. 2 vols. 8vo [4728] 

Sturz(J. J.) German Emigration to B. Colonies, 1842— Col. M.-VG.vii. 87 ... [1479] 
Stutfield (H. E. M. ) El Maghreb : 1200 Miles' Ride through Morocco. 12mo. [4000] 
Styleman- Herring (Rev. A. ) Emigration to Canada — Westm. Plscussions [1532] 
Suckau (H. de) Grandes Voies du Progrfes, Suez et Honduras, 1869— Pamp. [3918] 
Suckling(Capt.) Ceylon ; Historical, Physical, Statistical. 2 vols. 8vo. 1876 [3645] 
Suffleld (Lord) Charge at Norfolk Quarter Sessions, March 10, 1830. 8vo. [1452] 

Sulaka (Simon) a Papal Eastern Patriark — Purcha.s, i. 151 [2071] 

Suli van (Cap t. G. L.) Dhow Chasing in Zanzibar Waters. 8vo. 1873 ... [4127] 

Survey of Lower Rufiji— J. KG.S.xlv. 364 [1905] 

(R. J.)ATourthroughEngland,Scotland,andWales,1778. 2vols. 8vo. [2950] 

Summers (Rev. J. ) Japan and the Japanese — Cassell, v [2255] 

Surville(M. de)Extraitdu Voyage de— Marion etSurville. 12mo. 1783 [2350] 

Voyage in the South Seas — Fuench Discoveries [2352] 

Sutcliffe (Thos. ) The Earthquake of Juau Fernandez, 1835. 8vo [621 0] 

Sixteen Years in Chili and Pei-u, 1822-39. 8vo [6211] 

Suter (Henry) Journey, Erz-Rum to Trebizond, 1838— J.R.G.S. x. 434 ... [1870] 

Sutherland (Alex.) Melbourne, 1883— Enc V.Brit. XV. 835 [2275] 

• A New Geography for Australian Pupils. 12mo. 1885 [1259] 

(A. andG.)History of Australia, 1606 to 1876. 12mo [5016] 

(George) Australia ; or, England of the South. 12mo. 1886 ...[5049] 

(Lt.-CoL J.) Memoir on the Kaffers, Hottentots, &c. 8vo. 1847 ...[4236] 

(PeterC.)VoyageinSearchof Franklin. 1850-51. 2 vols. 12mo.... [2658] 

Meteorological Observation.s, 1853— J.R.G.S. XXV. 226 [1885] 

(Rev. R. ) Hist, of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria. 12mo. 1877 [5144] 

Swainson(Wm.) On the Climate of New Zealand, 1840— Pamp [5606] 

Auckland, the Capital of Now Zealand. 12mo. 1853 [.5461] 

Lectures on the Colonisation of New Zealand, 1856 — Pami' [5606] 

New Zealand and its Colonisation. 8vo. 1859 [5478] 

New Zealand and the War. 12mo. 1862 [5483] 

Swan (R.) Voyage to Surat and the Persian Gulf— PuBCnAS, i. ]it. ii. 723 [2072] 

(Capt.) Voyage of "Cygnet " in Pacific, &c.— Burney, iv. 227-261 ... [2104] 

On the Coast of New Spain, 1685— Burney, iv. 213 [2104] 

Sweet's Flora Australasica : Plants of New Holland, &c. Roy. 8vo. 1828... [1727[ 
Swevn, son of Earl Godwin, Voyage to Jeru.salem, 1052— Hakluyt, ii. 6... [2062] 

Swinhoe (Robert) Notes on Formosa— J.R.G.S. xxxiv. 6 [1894] 

Missionup the Yang-tsze-Kiang, 1869— J.R.G.S. xl. 268 [1900] 

Trip to Kalgan, &c.— P.R.G.S. xiv. 83, 235 [1951] 

Sydenham (Lord) and his Administration in Canada. 8vo. 1843 ... [5713] 



cxvui 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 

Sykes (Col.)Use of Thennometer to Determine Heights— J. R. G. S. viii. 435 [1868] 

Imaum of Muskat Possessions ; Zanzibar, &c. — J.R.G.S. xxiii. 101... [1883] 

Thermometers to Determine Heights — J.R.G.S. xxiv. 340 ... ... [1884] 

Syme (David) Representative Government in England. 8vo. 1881 ... [1569] 

Syraes (Major) Embassy to Ava, 1795 — Murray, Asia, iii, 214-31 ... [1344] 

Symonds (J. A.) History of Italy— Ency. Brit, xiii. 467 '. [2273] 

(W. C.) Notes on Cloudy Bay, N. Z.— J.R.G.S. viii. 416 [1868] 

Symons (G. J.) Climates of the British Colonies— P. R.C.I, viii. 180 .. [2008] 

Symson (Wm.) Voyage to the East Indies. 12mo. 1715 [3515] 

Synge(Capt. M.) Rupert Land— P.R.G.S. vii. 71 [1944] 

. Commnnieation with East vid B. N. America — J.R.G.S. xxii. 174 ... [1882] 

Communication with Rod River District— P.R. C.I. ii. 18 [2002] 

Sypniewski (D. 0.) Poland and the Polish Exiles, 1841— Pamp [1636] 

T— — (J. E. H.) Journey from Reikavik to Kreisuvig — Casrell, vi. ... [2256] 

Taine (Henri) Notes on England. Transl. by W. F. Rae. 12mo. 1873... [2989] 

Tait (P. G.) Light— Ency. Brit. xiv. 577-614 [2274] 

Talfourd (Lord) Vacation Rambles and Thoughts. 2 vols. 12mo. 1845 [2846] 

Tangye (Rich. ) Reminiscences of Travel ; Australia, America, Egypt. 8vo. [2874] 

Tanner (Col. H. C.) Tribes of Kafiristan— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 278 ... [1962] 

Taplin (Rev. G.) The Narrinyeri — Woods' Native Tribes S. Australia ... [4805] 
Tarring (Chas. J.) The Law Relating to the Colonies. 8vo. 1882 ...[1578] 

Tasman (Abel) Brief Relation of Discoveries — Account of Late Voyages ... [2323] 

Dk Brosses [2090] ; Callander [2092] ; Harris [2094] ; Dalrymple [2096] 

Translation of Tasman's Journal by Dr. Woide — Bueney, iii. 60 ... [2103] 

Second Voyage, 1644 — Major's Early Voyages to Australia ... [2137] 

Reis naar het Onbekende de Zuitland, 1642, by Swaart. 8vo. 1860... [2322] 

Tatton (J.) Voy. of Castleton to £. Indies, 1612-13— Purchas, i. pt. ii. 328 [2072] 

Tavernier (J. B.) Travels and Observ. in the E. Indies— Harris, i. 810 ... [2094] 

Tayler (J. W.) Aurora Borealis— P.R. G.S. iii. 117 [1940] 

On Greenland Fiords and Glaciers— J. R. G.S. xl. 228 [1900] 

(Wm.)Thirty-eight Years in India. 2 vols. 8vo. 1882 [.3592] 

Taylor (Bayard) Views a-foot in Europe. 12mo. 1847 [2850] 

(Edgar) Book of Rights ; Magna Charta, Habeas Corpus, &c. 12mo. [1462] 

. (E. Fairfax) Bibliography ; Book— Ency. Brit. iii. 651 ; iv. 37 [2263-64] 

(John) Overland Journey to India, 1739— Murray, Asia., i. 420 ... [1344] 

— (J. E.) Sources and Course of Lycus, Kurdistan— P.R.G.S. xi. 97 ... [1948] 

• ■ Our Island Continent : Australia. 12rao. 1886 ... ... ... [4774] 

(J. G.) Sources of the Tigris, Kurdistan— J.R.G.S. xxxv. 21 [1895] 

• ■ Armenia, Kurdistan, Mesopotamia — J.R.G.S. xxxviii. 281 [1898] 

• • (Lieut.) A.scent of Peter Botte Mt., Mauritius— J.R.G.S. iii. 99 ... [1863] 

(Rev. R.) Past and Present of New Zealand. 8vo. 1868 [5503] 

Te Ika a Maui : New Zealand and its Inhabitants. 8vo. 1870 ... [5507] 

(Wm., California) Cause of the Civil War, U.S., 1862— Pamp. ... [5951] 

(Rev. Wm.) Arch.-eological Notes on "The Seven Pagodas," 1844... [3551] 

(W. C.) Jottings on Australia and the Californian Route. 8vo. 1872 [5000] 

(Rev. W. F.) Account of Tristan D'Acunha to 1855 [4080] ; and ... [6257] 

Techo (F. Nich. del) Paraguay, Parana, &c.— Churchill, iv. 636 [2084]_ 

Tecla Maria, Religion of Abassines and Cophti — Purchas, i. 147 [2071] 

Tedder (H. R.) and E. C. Thomas, on Libraries— Ency. JiRlT. xiv. 509 ... [2274] 

Tegg (Thos.) Pocket Almanac and N. S. Wales Itinerary, 1842. 18mo.... [4883] 

■ (Wm. ) Posts, Telegi-aphs, Telephone, Phonography. 12mo. 1878... [1549] 

Telfer (J. Buchan) Travels of Schiltberger, 1396-1427— Hakluyt Soo. ... [2171] 

The Crimea: its Geography, &e. 1877— Ency. Brit. vi. 585 ... [2266] 

Tellez (Balthazar) Travels of the Jesuits in Ethiopia. Small 4to. 1710... [3950] 
Temminck (C. J. ) Natural Hist. Netherlands E. Indies. 3 vols. Fol. ...[1646] 

Temple (Edmond) Travels in Pera. 2 vols. 8vo. 1830 [6186] 

■ (Sir Grenville) B6nah to Kostantinah, Algiers— J.R.G.S. viii. 39, 226 [1868] 

(Lieut. G. T.) Voyage to Lapland, &c.— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 273. 593 [1961] 

(Sir Richard) Basin of the River Mahanuddy— J.R.G.S. xxxv. 70 ... [1895] 

■ A Sketch of, by T. H. Escott— Pillars of the Empire [1553] 

Address to Sir R. Temple, Bombay, 1880— Pamp [3626] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 

Temple (Sir Richard) India in 1880. 8vo [3578] 

Highway from the indu.s to Candahar— P.E.G.S. (U.S.) ii. 529 ... [1961] 

The Lake Region of Sikkim— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 321 [1962] 

Statistics of the Indian Empire — P.R.C.I. xiL 51 [2012] 

Men and Events of My Time in India. 8vo. 1882 [3591] 

Asia: A Compendium of Geography and Travel. 8vo. 1882 ... [1251] 

Birthplace and Cradle of the Mahratta Race— P. R. 6. S. (N.S.) iv. 457 [1963] 

The Mahrattas— Ency. Brit. XV. 288 [2275] 

(R. C.) March of the Tal-Chotiiili Field Force— J. R. G. S. xlix. 190... [1909] 

(Sir Wm. ) Works on Government, the Netherlands, &c. 4 vols. 8vo. [1418] 

Tempsky (G. F. von) Mitla : A Journey in Mexico, &c. 1853-55. 8vo. ... [5970] 
Ten Rhyne, Account of the Cape and Hottentots, 1673 — Churchill, iv. 769 [2084] 
Tench (Watkin) Narrative of the Exped. to Botany Bay. 8vo. 1789 ...[4823] 

Account of the Settlement at Port Jackson, N. S. Wales. 4to. 1793 [4828] 

Tennent (Sir J. E. ) Decline of the Dooranee Empire — CoL. Mag. viii. 152 [1479] 

Ceylon ; Physical, Historical, &c. 2 vols. 8vo [3640] 

Natural History of Ceylon. 8vo. 1861 [3641] 

(Prof.) Discovery of Diamonds, Cape Colony— P. R.G.S. xii. 322 ... [1949] 

Tenriro (Antonio) Embassy to Persia (1520) — Murray, Asia, i. 367 ... [1344] 

Terry (Charles) New Zealand as a British Colony. 8vo. 1842 [5423] 

Financial Condition of N. Z.— Chapman's N. Z. Portfolio, 1843 ... [5422] 

(Edw.) Voyage to the East Indies. 12mo. 1655 [3512] 

Voyage, and Descrip. of the People — Ptjrchas, ii. 1464 [2073] 

(Sam.) the "Botany Bay Rothschild," 1838— Pamp [5071] 

Tevin (C. H.) Journeyto Gulf of Mexico— J. R.G.S. xxx. 1 [1890] 

Texeira (Peter) Voyage from India to Spain by America, &c., 1600-5. 4to. [2813] 
Theal (G. McCall) South African Histoiy and Geogiaphy. 8vo. 1878 ... [4265] 

Kaffir Folk- Lore, with Notes, &c. 8vo. 1882 [4276] 

Therry (Roger) Lecture on Oratory, Sydney, 1856 — Pamp. [5071] 

Thirty Years in N. S. Wales and Victoria. 8vo. 1863 [4974] 

Thevenot (John) Travels into the Levant, Egypt, &c. 1655-67. Folio ... [2822] 

Travels to Constantinople, &c. 1655— Harris, ii. 790 [2095] 

Thevenot (Melchisedec) Divers Voyages CuwEUX. 2 vis. FoUo. 1696 [2077-78] 
Thevet (And.) France Antarctique, 1558. Par Caflarel. 8vo. 1878 ...[1325] 
Thielmann (Bn. Max von) Journey in the Caucasus, &c. 2 vols. 12mo. 1875 [3279] 
Thomas (Ernest C. ) and H. R. Tedder, on Libraries — Enct. Brit. xiv. ... [2274] 

(Julian) The Vagabond Papers : Austialian Sketches. 5 vols. 12mo. [5015] 

Occident and Orient : Sketches both sides of the Pacific. 12mo. ... [2873] 

South Sea Massacres. By the " Vagabond. " Sydney, 1881 — Pamp. [5645] 

(and others) Papers on Victoria. Royal 8vo. 1886 .. ... [5154] 

(Pascoe) Journal of Anson's Voyage. 8vo. 1745 [2342] 

(T. Morgan) Travels in Central South Africa. 8vo. 1872 [4189] 

(Rev. W. C.) Observations W. Coast of Africa. 12mo. 1864 ... [4058] 

(W. N.) Oil Rivers West Africa— P.R.G.S. xvii. 148 [1964] 

Thompson (Chas.) Travels through Turkey in Asia, &c. 1766. 2 vols. 12mo [3717] 

(Geo.) Voyages to the Gambia (1618-20)— Murray, Africa, i. ... [1344] 

Slavery and Famine at Botany Bay, 1794 — Pamp [5071] 

(Geo. Alex.) Alcedo's Diet, of America. 5 vols. 4to. 1812-15 ...[1341] 

Guatemala and Mexico. 12mo. 1829 [6043] 

(J. T.) Survey of Southland, N. Z. 1857— J.R.G.S. xxviii. 298 ... [1888] 

(T. R. H.) and Allen (W.) Niger Expedition, 1841. 2 vols. 8vo. [4036] 

Thomson and Hogg, Journey to Bokhara, 1740 — Muekay, Asia, i. 364 [1344] 

(Allen) Embryology— Ency. Brit. viii. 163 [2268] 

(Dr. A. S.) Physique of N. Z. Inhabitants— J.R.G.S. xxiii. 87 ... [1883] 

Story of New Zealand. 2 vols. 12mo [5480] 

(Mrs. Charles) Twelve Years in Canterbury, N.Z. 12mo. 1867 ... [5499] 

(Prof. David) Acoustics— Ency. Brit. i. 100-119 [2261] 

(J.ames) Illustrated Hand-Book of Victoria. Roy. 8vo. 1886 ... [5154] 

(John) Adventure in Province Wellesley — Cassell, v. [2255] 

Sketches of Travel, Hong Kong to Peking — Cassell, v [2255] 

Across Siam to Cambodia (1866) — Cassell, v. and vi. ... [2255-56] 

Journey in Southern Formosa, 1871— J.R.G.S. xliii. 97 [1903] 



cxx INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Thomson (John) China and its Peojile : 200 Thotos. 4 vols. Folio. 1874... [3389] 

Straits of Malacca, Indo-China, &c. : Ten Years' Travels. 8vo. 1875 [3468] 

Journey through Cyprus— P.R.G.S.(N.S.) i. 97 [I960] 

(Joseph) Geology of Usambara Country— P.R.G.S. (K.S.) i. 558 ... [I960] 

Altitudes in E. Central Africa— J.R.G.S. 1. 268 [1910] 

East African Exped.— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)ii. 102, 209, 306, 721 ... [1961] 

• To Central African Lakes and Back, 1878-80. 2 vols. 12mo. 1881 ... [4139] 

Basin of the River Rovuma— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)iv. 65 [1963] 

Masai Country— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 544 ; vi. 400, 690 ... [1964-5] 

Through Masai Land, Eastern Equatorial Africa. 8vo. 1885 ... [4141] 

(R.) Voyage to New Spain, 1555 — Hakluyt, lii. 447 [2064] 

(R. F.) Mountainous Districts of Persia— P. R. G. S. iii. 2 [1940] 

(Thomas) Western Himalaya and Tibet : a Journey in 1847-48. 8vo. [3354] 

Journey to the Karakonim Pass — J.R.G.S. xix. 29 [1879] 

and Kerr (Loi-d S.) Ascent of Mt. Demavend— P.R.G.S. iii. 2 ... [1940] 

(W. T.) Mt. Demavend near Teheran (1837)-J.R.G.S. viii. 109 ... [1868] 

(Sir Wm.) Eksticity of Matter ; Heat— Ency. Beit. vii. xi.... [2267, 71] 

(W. Cooper) Sierra Leone to Timbo— J.R.G.S. xvi. 106 [1876] 

■ (Sir Wyville) The Depthsof the Sea ; Dredging Cruises, 1868-70.8vo. [1674] 

The Atlantic Voyage of the "Challenger." 2 vols. 8vo. 1877 ... [2531] 

Dredge — Ency. BfiiT. vii. 459 [2267] 

The Falkland Islands (1879)— Ency. Beit. ix. 14 [2269] 

Juan Fernandez — Ency. Beit. xiii. 757 [2273] 

Thornbury (Walter) London : the City, Ancient and Modem — Cassell [2998] 
Thome (E.) The Queen of the Colonies (Queensland). 8vo. 1876 ... [5252] 

(R.) Portuguese Discoveries — Hakluyt's American Voyages ... [2119] 

Thornton (Edw.) History of the British in India. 5 vols. 8vo. 1841-43 [3537] 

(R.) Kilimanjaro Mountain— P.R.G.S. vi. 47 ; ix. 15 ... [1943, 46] 

Notes on the Zambesi and Shire Rivers — J.R.G.S. xxxiv. 196 ... [1894] 

Threlkeld (L. E.) Grammar ; N.S. Wales Aborigines, Sydney, 1834— Pamv. [4812] 
Thunberg (K. P.) Travels in Japan, 1775— Mureay, Asia, iv. 386 .. [1344] 

Thurbum (Hugh) Notes on Meteorological Journal — J.R.G.S. xxii. 128 ... [1882] 
Tice (J. H.) Over the Plains ; Kansas, Colorado, Rocky Mountains. 8vo... [5922] 
Tickell(S. R.) Voyage up the R. Koladyn, Arracan— J. R. G. S. xxiv. 86 ... [1884] 

Tilley(H. A.) Eastern Europe and Western Asia. 12mo. 1864 [3264] 

Timberley (H.) From Cairo to Jerusalem, 1601 — PnECHAS, ii. 1640 ... [2073] 
Tinne (J. E.) The Wonderland of the Antipodes. Royal 8vo. 1874 ...[5522] 

(Mme.)BahrelGhazal(WhiteNile)— P.R.G.S. viii. 12 [1946] 

Tison (Thomas) Voyage to West Indies, before 1526 — Hakluyt, iii. 500 [2064] 
Tocque (P.) Newfoundland as it Was and as it Is in 1877. 12mo. ... [5860] 

Todd (Alph.) Parliamentary Government in the Colonies. 8vo. 1880 ... [1562] 

(Ohas.) The South Australian Observatory — Haecus [5205] 

Telegraphic Enterprise in Australasia — P.R.C. I. xvii. 144 [2017] 

(E. D'Arcy) Itinerary from Tabriz to Tehran, 1837— J.R.G.S. viii. 29 [1868] 

Memoranda on Mazanderan — J.R.G.S. viii. 101 [1868] 

Todkill (Anas.) Colony of Virginia, 1606-10— Puechas, iv. 1705 ... [2075] 

Toletus (L. T. ) Discoveries of J. de Onate, New Mexico — Puecha.s, iv. 1565 [2075] 
Tolmer (Alex. ) Reminiscences at Home and at the Antipodes. 2 vis. 12mo. [5212] 
Tomlinson (Harry) Diary of Voyage to New Zealand, 1875 — Pamp. ... [5606] 

Farm Labourer's Report on N. Z. 1876 — Pamp. [5606] 

Tomson (R.) Voyage into New Spaine, 1555 — Hakluyt, iii. 447 [2004] 

Torrens (Col. Robert) Colonisation of South Australia. 1835. 8vo. ... [5177] 

On Wages and Combination. 8vo. 1838 [1466] 

(Sir R. ) Polit. Economy and Representative Govt, in Australia, 1865 [5071] 

■ -Simple Methods of Land Transfer— West. Discuss. 1871 [1532] 

(R. W.) Queen Charlotte Islands— P.R.G.S. iv. 226 4 ... [1941] 

(W. M.) Facilities for Emigration— West. Discuss. 1871 [1532] 

Imperial and Colonial Partnership in Emigration — P.R.C.I. xii. 175 [2012] 

Torres (Luis Vaez de) Discoveries of Quiros, 1606 — Hakluyt Soc. ... [2137] 

Passage through the Straits — Ds Mono a' s Philippines [y]51] 

Torriano (Harcourt) Fishing in Bine Water — Cassell, v [2255] 

Torrington (Lord) Administration in Ceylon, 1850— Pamp. [3652] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Na. in Catalogne. 
Townsend (J. Phipps) Rambles in New South "Wales. 12mo. 1849 ...[4916] 

Townshend (S. Nugent) Colorado, 1879— Pamp [5951] 

Our Indian Summer in the Far West. Photo. 4to. 1880 [5933] 

New Southern Route, S. Frisco to the Atlantic, 1881 — Pamp. ... [5951] 

Towrson (W.) Voyages to Guinea, kc. 1555-57— Hakluyt, ii. pt. ii. 23... [2063] 

Toynbee(H.) Spec. Gravity and Temperatureof the Sea— J.R.G.S.xxxv.l47 [1895] 

Tozer {Rev. H. F.) Attica : its Topography, &c.— Ency. Brit. iii. 57 ... [2263] 

Eubcea ; Macedonia— Ency. Brit. viii. 647 ; xv. 136 ... [2268, 75] 

Turkish Armenia and Eastern Asia Minor. 8vo. 1881 [3740] 

Traill (W. H.) Explanation of Queensland Land Act, 1876— Pamp. ... [5275] 

Trant (Capt. T. A. ) Narrative of a Journey through Greece, 1830. 8vo. ... [3214] 

Travers (W. T. ) and Barraud, New Zealand, Graphic and Descriptive. Folio [5529] 

Tiegance (Louis) Adventures in New Guinea. 12mo. 1876 [4516] 

Tremenheere (Col. W.) Notes on the Lower Indus^J. R. G. S. xxxvii. 68... [1897] 

Trench (J. Steuart) Realities of Irish Life. 8vo. 1869 [2985] 

Trevisano(Andrea) Relation of England, 1500. Sm. 4to. Camden Soc. 1847 [2929] 
Trigautius, Voyage to India, China and Japan, 1618— Purcjias, ii. 1693 

Trimen (Dr. H.) Grasses — Ency. Brit. xi. 53 

Tristram (Canon H. B. ) The Great Sahara. 8vo. 1860 

The Land of Israel. 8vo. 1865 

Birds-Nesting in a N. African Swamp — Cassell, iii 

A Ride in the Atlas Mountains — Cassell, iii. 

-^ The Land of Moab. 8vo. 1873 

— — Pathways of Palestine. With Photographs. 2 vols. 4to. 1881-82 [3798-99] 

Fauna and Flora of Palestine. 4to [3801] 

Trollope (Anthony) The West Indies and the Spanish Main. 8vo. 1859 [6005] 

Australia and New Zealand in 1871-72. 2 vols. 8vo [5002] 

South Africa. 2 vols. 12mo. 1878 [4262] 

Tromholt (Dr. S.) Under the Rays of the Aurora Borealis. 2 vols. 8vo. 1885 [2912] 



[2073] 
[2271] 
[4050] 
[3782] 
[2253] 
[2253] 
[3789] 



Trotter (Coutts) Ferghana, Russian Turkestan — Ency. Brit. ix. 85 ... [2269] 

The Fiji Islands, 1879— Ency. Brit. ix. 155 [2269] 

Friendly Islands, 1879— Ency. Brit. ix. 779 ... [2269] 

Ladak and Baiti— Ency. Brit. xiv. 197 [2274] 

Micronesia— Ency. Brit. xvi. 256 [2276] 

New Caledonia— Ency. Brit. xvii. 372 [2277] 

New Guinea— Ency. Bkit. xvii. 386 [2277] 

The New Hebrides and Santa Cruz— Ency. Brit. xvii. 395 ... [2277] 

-Our Knowledge of New Guinea— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 196 [1965] 

Siam— Ency. Brit. xxi. 850 [2281] 

(Capt. H.) Pundit's Journey to Tibet— J.R.G.S. xlvii. 86 [1907] 

Geographical Results of the Ka.shgar Mi.ssion— J.R.G.S. xlviii. 173 [1908] 

(Capt. H. D.) Niger Expedition— Martin's Col. Mag. vii. 365 ... [1479] 

Niger Expedition, 1841. 2 vols. 8vo. 1848 [4036] 

(P. D.) Our Mission to the Court of Morocco. 8vo. 1881 .. [3997] 

Troup (J.) Tour through Provinces of Echigo, 1871— J.R.G.S. xlii. 425 [1902] 

Tiow (James) Manitoba and N. W. Territories, 1878— Pamp [5821] 

Trusler (Rev. John) Account of the South-Sea Islands. 8vo. 1788 ...[4538] 

Tschudi (Dr. J. J. von) Travels in Peru, 1838-42. 8vo. 1847 [6190] 

Tucker (Miss) The Southern Cross & Crown ; the Gospel in N.Z. 18mo. 1855 [5470] 

(Rev. H. W. ) Under His Banner : Papers on Missionary Work. 12mo. [6278] 

Life of Dr. Selwyn, Bishop of New Zealand, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. ... [5544] 

The English Church in other Lands. 12mo. 1886 [6289] 

(J. R.) Peruvian Exploration of the Ucayali- P. R. G. S. xiii. 133 ... [1950] 

Tuckey (J. H.) Voyage to Port Phillip, 1802-4. 8vo [5082] 

Expedition to the Congo, 1816. 4to [4091] 

Tulloch (D.) The Gold Diggings of Victoria. 4to. 1852 [5101] 

Tunis (Prince of) Journey from Grand Cairo to Mecca — Ray, ii. 156 ... [2080] 

Turler (Hieronymus) Remarks on England, 1574 [2937] 

TurnbuU (David) Cuba, Porto Rico, and the Slave Trade. 8vo. 1840 [6001] 

■ (John) Voyage Round the World, 1800-4. 4to. 1813 [2428] 

(J. W.) Natal in 1884— Ency. Brit. xvii. 239 [2277] 

Tumeham (Robert) Voyage to Syria, 1270— Hakluyt, ii. 38 [2062] 



CXXll 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Turner (Geo., LL.D.) Earthquake Wave at Samoa— P. E.G. S. xiii. 57 ... [1950] 

Nineteen Years in Polynesia. 8vo. 1861 .... [4583] 

Samoa: with Notes on the Cults and Customs of the Pacific. 12mo. [4626] 

(J. M. W.) The Harbours of England. Folio. 1877 [2981] 

(Nath.) The Pioneer Missionary in N. Z., Tonga, &c. 12mo. 1872 [5510] 

(Capt. Sam.) Journey through Bootan to Thibet, 1783. 4to. 1800 [3353] 

(T.) Two Years in Brazil, &c. (about 1601)— Purchas, iv. 1243 ... [2075] 

(Wm.) Voyage to Guiana, 1605— Purchas, iv. 1265 [2075] 

(Wm. ) Tour in the Levant. 3 vols. 8vo. 1820 ...[3210] 

(W. J.) On Grandy's Journey to Congo— J.E.G.S. xlvi. 428 [1906] 

Twain (Mark) The Innocents Abroad ; illustrated. 12mo [2858] 

A Tramp Abroad ; illustrated. 12nio [2869] 

Twopeny (R. E. N.) Town Life in Australia. 12mo. 1883 [5044] 

Twyford (A. W.) Sources of the White Nile— P. R.G.S. i. 503 [1938] 

Tyerman (Rev. D.) Voyage to S. Sea Islands. 2 vols. 8vo. 1831 ...[2445] 
Tylor (E. B.) Anthropology ; Cannibalism ; Giant, &c.— Ency. Brit. [2262-70] 

Anthropology : Introduction to Study of Man and Civilisation. 12mo. [1691] 

Ancient Mexico and its Civilisation — Ency. Brit. xvi. 206 [2276] 

Oath ; Ordeal— Ency. Brit. xvii. 698, 818 

Salutations— Ency. Brit. xxi. 235 

Tyndall (John, LL.D.) Heat, or Mode of Motion. 

On Sound. 12mo ... ..." 

On Light : Six Lectures. 12mo. 

• Fragments of Science. 2 vols. 12mo. . . . 

Tyre (Archb. of) Voyage to Jerusalem and Tyre, 1130- 



12mo. 



[2277] 
[2281] 
[1689] 

[1689] 

[1689] 

[1689] 

Hakluyt, ii. 16... [2062] 
Tyrrell (Dr.) First Bishop of Newcastle, N.S.W., Life of. 12mo. 1881... [5031] 

Ubicini, Letters on Turkey and the Ottoman Empire. 2 vols. 12mo. 1856 [3222] 

Ulloa (Francesco) Navigatione, 1532-39— Ramusio, iii. 283 [2029] 

Voyage to California, 1539— Hakluyt, iii. 397 ; Burney, i. 193 ... [2101] 

(G. .L and Ant. ) Voyage to South America. 2 vols. 8vo. 1807 ... [6072] 

Underbill (E. B.,LL.D.) The West Indies. 12mo. 1862 [6006] 

1/etter on Condition of Jamaica, 1865— Pamp [6036] 

Urdaneta (A. de) Voyage Across N. Pacific, 1565— Burney, ii. 108 ... [2102] 

TJries (M. G. de) Voyage to N. of Japan, 1643— Burney, iii. 146 [2103] 

TJrsino (Alex.) Coast of Terra Firma, Peru, &c., 1581— Purchas, iv. 1418 [2075] 

Ursua (Pedro) Search for El Dorado, 1560-61— Hakluyt Soc. xxviii. ... [2140] 
Usher (Frank) Wanderings in Norway and Lapland — Cassell, iv. & v. [2254-55] 

Ussher (Archb. J.) Disquisition touching Asia — Harley, L 489 [2087] 

V- — (Lt. von) From End to End of Stromoe— Cassell, vi [2256] 

Vadianus, Epitome Triuni Terrse Partium, Asise, Africse, et Europse. 1534 [1191] 

Vaillant(Le) Travels into Interior of South Africa, 1780-85. 2 vols. 8vo. [4163] 

Valentyn (Franijois) Oud en Nieuw Oost-Indien. 8 vols. Folio. 1724-26 [2079] 

Valesio (H. ) Chroniche di Polonia — Ramusio, ii. Supp. 4 [2028] 

Valle (Pietro de la) Travels into India, Arabia Deserta, &c. Fol. 1665... [3511] 

Vambery (Arminius) Travels in Central Asia, in 1863. 8vo [3319] 

Sketches of Central Asia. 8vo. 1867 [3320] 

History of Bokhara. 8vo. 1873 [3321] 

The Hyrcanian Desert— Cassell, i [2251] 

New Russian Province, Dzungaria — Cassell, iv [2254] 

■ A Ramble in Persia — Cassell, iv [2254] 

Superstitions in Central Asia — Cassell, iv [2254] 

J.,ife and Adventures, written by Himself 8vo. 1884 [3318] 

Country between Merv and Herat— P. R. G. S. (N.S.) vii. 591 [1966] 

Vancouver's Voyage to N.W. Coasts of America, 1790-95. 3 vols. 4to. [2407] 

Van der Aa, Colonial Essays from the Dutch. 12mo. 1864 [1517] 

Van Horn, Exped. against Vera Cruz, 1683— Burney, iv. 127 [2104] 

Van der Kemp (Rev. J. T.) Missionary in South Africa, 1813— Pamp. ... [4298] 
Van Lennep( Rev. H.) Travels in Asia Minor. 2 vols. 12mo. 1875 ...[3732] 

Van Leeuwen, Commentaries on Roman-Dutcli Law. Vol. i. 8vo. 1881 [1566] 

Van Reenen, Expedition to Natal, 1782 — Bannlster [1453] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. cxxiii 



No. in Catalogue. 

Van Rees (Wm. ) Present Condition of Banjermassing, 1864 [1517] 

Vansleb (Father) Of the Pyramids, Sphynx, Mummies, &o.— Ray [2080] 

Van de Velde, Views iu Java, Sumatra, Borneo, Celebes. Folio. 1846 ... [4444] 
Vamhagen (F. A.) Amerigo Vespucci et Ses Navigation. Folio. 1865 ... [2305] 
Varthema (Ludovico) Itinerario dell' Egitto, Indie, &c. — Ramusio, L ... [2027]" 

Navigation and Voyages to the E. India — Hakluyt Supp [2070] 

Travels to East Indies, 1503-8— Purchas, ii. pt. ii [2073] 

Pilgrimage to Mecca — Appendix to Burton ... ... ... ... [3845] 

Travels to Egypt, Arabia, India, &c. — Hakluyt Soc. xxxii [2144] 

Vasco da Gama — see ' ' Gama. " 

Vason (George) Four Years' Residence at Tongatabu. 8vo. 1810 ... [4540] 

Life of, with Voyage of "DuB." 12mo. 1840 [4541] 

Vasquez di Coronado (F.) Viaggio alle dette Cevola — Ramusio, iii. 300 ... [2029] 

Voyage along W. Coast Mexico — Hakluyt, iii. 366 [2064] 

Purchas, iv. 1560 [2075] ; Burney, i. 216 [2101] 

Vaux (J. Hardy) Memoirs of 2 vols. 12mo. Also 18mo. [4842] 

(W. S. W.) On Drake's "World Encompassed "—Hakluyt Soc. ... [2128] 

Persia to the time of the Arab Conquest. 12mo. ... ... ... [1124] 

Greek Cities and Islands, and Asia Minor. 12mo. ... ... ... [1124] 

Vaz (Lopez) History of American Discoveries, 1586 — Purchas, iv. 1432 ... [2075] 
Veale(Rich.) Barbarian Cruelty to British Captives in Morocco. 12mo. ... [3982] 

Veer (G. de) Voyages of Barents to the N. Seas — Hakluyt Soc [2168] 

Vega (G. de la) Commentaries on the Incas of Peru — Hakluyt Soc. ... [2153] 
Veninkof (W.) Notes on the Issyk-kul Expedition— J. R.G.S. xxxii. 560... [1892] 

The Pamir and Sources of the Oxus— J. R. G. S. xxxvi. 248 [1896] 

The Belors and their Country— J. R.G.S. xxxvi. 265 [1896] 

Thelslandof Saghalin— J.R.G.S. xlii. 373 [1902] 

Verbiest (Father F.) Journeys into Tartary, 1682-83— Hakluyt Soc. xvii. [2129] 
Vereker (H. P.) Brazilian Province of the Parana— J. R. G. S. xxxii. 137 ...-[1892] 
Verhouven (Adm. ) Navigatio in Tndiam Orient. — De Bry, P.V. ix. ... [2051] 
Vermuyden's Voyage to the Gambia, about 1670 — Murray, J/rica, i. 186 [1344] 
Vernon ( Francis) Travels from Venice to the Archipelago and Smyrna — Ray [2080] 
Verrazzano (Giov.) Relatione della terra scoperta, 1524 — Ramusio, iii. 350 [2029] 

Voyage to Florida, 1524— Hakluyt, iii. 295 [2064] 

Voyage to N. America — Parkman, Pioneers [1376] 

With transl. by Cogswell — Hudson's Voyages, Hakluyt Soc. ... [2139] 

Verteuil (L. A. A. de) Trinidad. 8vo. 1858 [6004] 

Vespucci (Amerigo) Sommario Navigationi, 1501-4 — Ramusio, i. 128 .. [2027] 

Navigationes — De Bry, Grands Voyages, pt. x. ... ... ... [2039] 

Duse Navigationes— De Bry, Pelits Voyagi^s, xi [2053] 

Las Cuatro Navegaciones — Navarrete, iii [2110] 

et ses Navigations. Par F. A. Vamhagen. Folio. 1865 [2305] 

Noticeof Varnhagen's Work— P.R.G.S. iii. 389 [1940] 

Fac-similes of Letters by — Cartas de Indias ... ... ... ... [1373] 

Vetch (Capt.) Ancient Monuments of New Spain— J. R. G. S. vii. 1 ... [1867] 

Political Geog. and Nomenclature of Australia — J.R.G.S. viii. 157... [1868] 

Veth (Prof.) Dutch Expedition to Sumatra— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 759 ... [I960] 
Vidal (Capt.) On the Vigia called the Aitkin's Rock— J. R. G. S. i. 51 ... [1861] 

Formigas Bank, near Santa Mai-ia, Azores — J.R.G.S. xix. 160 ... [1879] 

Vigne (G. T.) Visit to Ghuzni, Kabul, and Affghanistan. 8vo. 1840 ... [3672] 
— Route through Punjab, Kabul, Kashmir, &c.— J.R.G.S. ix. 512 ... [1869] 
Vijn (Cornelius) Journal of Cetshwayo's Dutchman. 12mo. 1880 ... [4329] 

Vi'llalobos's Voyage, Mexico to the Philippines, 1542— Ramusio, i. 375 ... [2027] 

Burney, i. 228 [2101] ; Mendoza [1358] ; De Moroa's Philippi'ms... [2151] 

Villari (Pasquale) Pisa : History, Architecture — Ency. Bhit. xix. 119 ... [2279] 

Rimini and its History — Ency. Brit. x.x. 555 ... [2280] 

Rome : Hi.story, Mediajval and Recent— Ency. Brit. xx. 782 ... [2280] 

Ville (J. B. de) Histoire des Plants de I'Europe, &c. 2 vols. 12mo. 1707 [1720] 
Villegagnon, Expedition to Brazil, 1557 — Bry, Grands Voyage.", iii. ... [2032] 

Thevet, France Antarcliqae [1325] ; Brosses [2089] ; Callander [2091] 

Vincendon-Dumoulin (M. ) et Desgraz (C. ) lies Taiti. 2 vols. 8vo. 1843 [4559] 
lies Marquises ou Nouka-Hiva. 8vo. 1843 [4558] 



INDEX OF AUTHOKS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Vincent (Frank) Land of the White Elephant, Burma, Siam, &c. 8vo. 1873 [3467] 

Through and Through the Tropics : Australasia, India, &c. 8vo. 1876 [2865] 

• Norsk, Lapp, and Finn : Travels in the Far North. 8vo. 1881... [2910] 

-(Howard) The British Empire of To-Day, 1885— P.R.C.L xvi. 308 [2016] 

(Wm., D.D.) Nearchus; Periplusof theErythrean Sea. 2 vols. 4to. [1108] 

Vinci's (Leonardo da) Alpine Notes— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 335 [1965] 

Vining (E. P.) An Inglorious Columbus : America Discovered 5th Cent. ... [1319] 
Visscher (C. J.) View of London, A.D. 1616. Topographical Soc. 1886... [2932] 

(Nicholas) Atlas Minor. 152 Maps. Folio [1212] 

Vitet(L.)Histoirede Dieppe: Voyages des Navigators Dieppois. 12mo. 1844 [1353] 

Vivian (A. P. ) Wanderings in the Western Land. 8vo. 1879 [5739] 

Vizcaino, Voyages to California, 1596, 1602-3— Burney, ii. 182, 236... [2102] 
Vizetelly (Henry) Berlin under the New Empire. 2 vols. 8vo. 1879 [3177] 
Vlamingh (Willem) Vovage to New Holland, 1696— Haklutt Soc. xxv. [2137] 

Vogel (Sir Julius) : A Sketch— Escott's Pillars of the Empire [1553] 

Hand-Book of New Zealand, 1875. 8vo [5526] 

New Zealand and the South Sea Islands— P. R. C.I. ix. 164 [2009] 

(Th.) Exped. N. Central Africa— J. R.G.S. xxiv. 276 ; xxv. 237 [1884-85] 

Deathof— P.R.G,S. i. 215; ii. 30, 79 [1938-39] 

— — ^ Niger Flora, by Hooker and Bentham. 8vo [1737] 

Volkersen (Capt.) West Coast of Australia, 1658— Hakluyt Soc. xxv. ... [2137] 
Vossius (Isaac) or Vairasse (?) Histoire des Sevarambes. 12mo. 1702 ... [4816] 

History of the Sevarambians, by Capt. Siden. 8vo. 1738 [4817] 

Vulliet (A. ) Scenes et Aventures de Voyages. 3 vols. 12mo. 1865 ... [1230] 

W (J.) Perils, Pastimes, and Pleasures of an Emigrant. 12mo. 1849 [4919] 

Waddell (Ruth) and others, JIaoriland: Hand-Book to N.Z. 12mo. ... [5569] 
Waddington (Alfred) The Eraser Mines, Vancouver Island, 1858— P amp. [5841] 

Geography of British Columbia— J.R.G.S. xxxviii. 118 [1898] 

Proposed Overland Railroad, B. N. America, 1869 — Pamp [5770] 

Wade (W. R. ) Missionary Journey in New Zealand. 12mo. 1842 ... [5424] 

Wafer (Lionel) Voyage and Description of the Isthmus of America. 8vo. [2323, 25] 
Wagener, Travels in Brazil and E. Indies; 1643-68— Churchill, ii. 496... [2082] 
Wagner (H.) Germany: Geography and Statistics — Ency. Brit. x. 447 ... [2270] 

Waitz (Theodor) Die Indianer Nordamerica, 1865 — Pamp [5951] 

Wakefield (Edw. Gibbon) A Letter from Sydney. 12mo. 1829 [4854] 

-: — :■ Facts Relating to the Punishment of Death. 8vo. 1832 [1455] 

England and America. 2 vols. 8vo. 1833 [1456] 

The Art of Colonisation. 8vo. 1849 [1492] 

■ The New British Province of South Australia. 18mo. 1838 ...[5179] 

(E. J.) Adventure in N.Zealand, 1839-44. 2 vis. 8vo. Plates. Fol. [5431-2] 



Hand-Book for New Zealand. 12mo. 1848 

The Founders of Canterbury. 8vo. 1868 

(and others) Canterbury Rhymes. 12mo 

(Rev. T. ) Caravan Routes to Interior East Africa — J.R.G.S. xl, 

Journey to the South Galla Country, 1877— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 

Native Routes through Masai Country— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 742 

Somal and Galla Land— P. R. G. S. (N. S. ) vi. 255 

Walch's Tasmanian Almanac. 12mo... 

Tasmanian Guide Book. 12mo. 1872 

(Garnet) Victoria" in 1880. Illustrated. 4to 

Waldegrave (Hon. W.) Account of the Pitcaim Islanders— J.R.G.S. iii. 156 [1863] 

Cruise in the Pacific Ocean, 1830— J. R.G.S. iii. 168 [1863] 

Wales (Prince of) Tour in India, Egypt, &c., by W. H. Russell. 1877.. 

Speech on Stanley's Discoveries — P.R.G.S. xxii. 165 

Speech on Western Australia— P.R.C.L xvi. 180 

(Princes Albert Victor and George) Cniiseof the "Bacchante." 2vols 

Walford (Cornelius) Famines — Ency. Beit. ix. 24 

(Edw. ) Greater Loudon — Cassell. 2 vols. 4to. ... 

Westminster and Suburbs— Cassell's Xonrfure, iii. -vi. 

Walker (A.) West Coast of Middle Island, N. Z.— P.R.G.S. ix. 33 
(George Washington) Life and Missionary Labours. 8vo. 1862 .. 



[5443] 
[5454] 
[5562] 
303 [1900] 
368 [1963] 
[1963] 
[1965] 
[5360] 
[5343] 
[5141] 



[3568] 
[19.';9] 
[2016] 
[2,';51] 
[2269] 
[2999] 
[2998] 
[1946] 
[6340] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



ex XV 



"Walker (Capt. J. B.) Old Calabar River— P.R.G.S. xvi. 135* 



No. In Catalogua. 
[1953] 



Uap' 

(Gen. J. T.) Trkns-Indus Frontier of India— J.R.G.S. xxxii. 303 ... [1892] 

■ The Oxus Region— Ekcy. Brit, xviii. 101 [2278] 

• Four Years' Joumeyings thro' Great Tibet— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) yii. 65 [1966] 

Notes on Mt. Everest— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 88, 257 [1967] 

(R. B. N.) Journey up Ogowd River— P.R.G.S. xvii. 354 [1954] 

(Wm.) Prospects of British W. Indian Possessions— P. R.C.I, iv. 70 [2004] 

The Forests of British Guiana— P.R.C.I. V. 126 [20C5] 

(W. F.) The Azores, or Western Islands. 8vo. 1886 [3056] 

WaUaoe (Alfred Russel) On the Rio Negro— J.R.G.S. xxiii. 212 [1883] 

Travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro. 8vo. 1853 [6120] 

Journey up the Sadong River, Borneo— P.R.G.S. i. 193 [1938] 

The Arm Islands— P.R.G.S. ii. 163 [1939] 

Notes of a Voyage to New Guinea— J. R.G.S. xxx. 172 [1890] 

Trade with New Guinea— P.R.G.S. vi. 43 [1943] 

Physical Geography Malay Archipelago — J.R.G.S. xxxiii. 217 ... [1893] 

Travels in the Malay Archipelago. 2 vols. 12ino. 1869 [4455] 

Geographical Distribution of Animals and Plants. 2 vols. 8vo. 1876 [1679] 

Acclimatisation of Animals — Ency. Brit. i. 84 [2261] 

Distribution of Animals— Ency. Brit. vii. 267 [2267] 

■ — - Comparative Antiquity of Continents — P.R.G.S. xxi. 505 [1958] 

Australasia and Polynesia (Stanford). 8vo [1252] 

Island Life and Insular Faunas and Floras. 8vo. 1880 [1688] 

Land Nationalisation ; its Necessity and its Aim*. 12mo. 1883... [1581] 

(D. Mackenzie) Russia. 2 vols. 8vo. 1878 [3267] 

Wallich (Dr.) Proposed Survey Bed of the Atlantic— P.R.G.S. vii. 53 ... [1944] 

Wallin (Dr. Geo. A.) Journey throughNorthern Arabia— J.R.G.S. xx. 293 [1880] 

Journey to Medina and Mecca, 1845— J. R.G.S. xxi V. 115 [1884] 

From Cairo to Jerusalem— J.R.G.S. XXV. 260 [1885] 

Wallis (G.) Jewellery — Brit. Industries [1573] 

(Capt. James) Views in New South Wales. Folio. 1821 [4843] 

- — - (Capt. Samuel) Voyage to South Seas, 1766-68— Hawkeswoeth ... [2355] 

Walpole (Hon. F.) Four Years' Cruise in the Pacific. 2 vols. 8vo. 1849 [2480] 

Walsh (Dr. W. P.) Great Missionaries. 12mo. 1879 [6284] 

Walter (Rich.) Anson's Voyage Round the World, 1740-44 ... [2339-40] 

Walton (Wm.) Waste Lands and Naturalisation of the Alpaca, 1841 — Pamp. [1636] 

Wanliss (J. D.) The Bars to British Unity. 12mo. 1885 [1594] 

Warburton (Col. Egerton) Expedition in S. Australia— P.R.G.S. v. 124 ... [1942] 

Journey Across Western Australia — P.R.G.S. xix. 41 [1956] 

Journey Across Australia. 8vo. 1875... ... ... ... ... [4768] 

(Eliot) The Crescent and the Cross. 2 vols. 8vo. 1845 [3884] 

(Geo.) Hochelaga ; England in the N. World. 2vols. 12mo. 1847 [5716] 

Ward (Crosbie) and others, Canterbury Rhymes. 12mo ... [5562] 

(Ebenezer) Vineyards and Orchards of S. Australia, 1862— Pamp. ... [5225] 

■ (Edmund) R. St. John and its Tributaries, 1841— Pamp [5795] 

(Sir H.) Visit to Ancient Tanks of Ceylon— J. R, G. S. xxvii. 328 ... [1887] 

(Harriet) Five Years in Kaffirland. 2 vols. 12mo. 1848 [4238] 

(H. G.) Mexico: Travels, &c. 1810-24. 2 vols. 8vo. 1829 [5963] 

(James) History of Gold and Gold DLscovertes, 1853— Pamp. ... [1636] 

The Red Sea Coa.st and Ports- Cassell, ii [2252] 

(John) Information Relative to New Zealand. 12mo. 1840 ...[5414] 

Supplementary Information ; First Report of N. Z. Co. 12mo. 1840 [5415] 

(J. Langfield) Colonisation and Extinction of Aboriginal Races. 12mo. [1537] 

(J. P.) Wanderings with the Maori Prophets, 1883— Pamp. ... [5606] 

(Wm.) Hist., Literature, and Mythology of the Hindoos. 3 vols. 8vo. [3521] 

- '" , i. ; ,„«^ ,„.„ [6270] 

[1872] 
[4246] 
[3786] 
[1956] 
[3791] 
[1908] 
[3794] 



Carey, and Marshman, Lives of. 12mo. 1863 

Wareham (Mr.) Voyage to Northumberland Inlet— J.R.G.S. xii. 32 

Warner (J. C. ) Kafir Laws and Customs. 8vo. 1858 

Wan-en (Sir Charles) Recovery of Jerusalem. 8vo. 1871 

Reconnaissance of a New Country — P.R.G.S. xix. 155 

Underground Jerusalem, the Jordan Valley, &c. 8to. 1876 

Transvaal Gold Region to Delagoa B.— J.G.R.S. xlviii. 283 

The Temple or the Tomb. 8vo. 1880 



CXXVl 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
Warren (Sir Charles), Wilaon, and others, Survey of West Palestine ... [3801] 

Excavations and Researches in Jerusalem. 4to. .. [3801] 

Our Portion in South Africa [Beehuanaland] — P.R.C.I. xvii. ... [2017] 

(George) Description of Surinam— Hauley, ii. 919 [2087] 

Warrington (G. H.) An Account of Tripoli— J. E.G.S. xiv. 104 [1874] 

Washington (Lt.) Geogmphy of the Empire of Morocco— J. R. G. S. L 123 [1861] 

Waterhouse (F. G. ) The Fauna of South Australia — Harcus [5205] 

(G. R.) Natural History of the Mammalia. 2 vols. 8vo. 1846-48 [1849] 

^ (Rev. Joseph) The King and People of Fiji. 12mo. 1865 [5625] 

Waterton (Charles) Wanderings in South America, &c. 1812-24. 4to. ... [6116] 
Wathen (G. H.) Arts and Antiquities of Ancient Egypt, 1839. 8vo. ... [3883] 

The Golden Colony ; Victoria in 1854. 12mo. 1855 [5106] 

Watreman (Wm. ) Fashions, Customs, &c. Africa and Asia— HakluttSupp. [2070] 
Watson (Lt. C.) Notes and Obs. on the White Nile— J.R.G.S. xlvi. 412 [1906] 

(Forbes) Proposed Museum for India and tlie Colonies, 1876— P amp. [1636] 

Colonial, Indian and Foreign Trade— P. B.C. I. ix. 109 [2009] 

(Henry) Lecture on S. Australia, 1838— Pamp [5225] 

• (Rich. ) Defence of Wesleyan Missions. 8vo. 1817 [6240] 

(R. G.) Ascent of Mt. Demavend— P.R.G.S. vi. 103 [1943] 

Journey in Yezo, 1873— J. R.G.S. xliv. 132 [1904] 

(R. Spence) English Rule and Policy in S. Africa, 1879— Pamp. ... [4298] 

(Rev. W.) Mission to Australian Aborigines, 1835— McArthur ... [4868] 

Watts (H. E.) Washington Treaty and the Colonies— P. R. C.I. iv. 187 ... [2004] 

(Isaac) Cotton — Brit. Indu.stkies [1573] 

(W. L.) Journev Across Vatna Jokull, Iceland— J. R.G.S. xlvi. 1 ... [1906] 

Waugh (D.) Three Years in N. S. Wales, 1834-37. 1838— Pamp. ... [5071] 

Waymouth (G.) Voyage towards the N. W. 1602— Haklutt Soc. ... [2117] 

Weatherhead (G. H. ) Madagascar, Past and Present. 12rao. 1847 ..,[4384] 

Webb (Mr.) Vindication of Stone-Heng Restored— Inioo Jones [2944] 

(Lieut.) Sources of the Ganges — Mukkay, A.iia,, ii. 391 [1344] 

(W. S.) Altitudes in Kumaon, Himalayas— J. RG.S. iv. 376 ... [1864] 

Webber (James) Views in the South Seas, 1776-80. Folio. 1808 ... [2375] 

(Vivian A.) Journal of a Voyage Round Cape Horn. 8vo. 1859 ... [6214] 

Webster (H. A.) Borneo ; Celebes ; Colombia ; Corea ; Druses ; Ecuador ; Europe ; 

Geneva ; Guatemala ; Guiana (Dutch) ; Hamburg ; Indian Archipelago ; 

Italy ; Java ; Lapland ; Montenegro ; Morocco ; Niger ; Nile ; Paraguay ; 

Patagonia ; Philippine Islands ; Plate (River) ; Reunion ; Rio Janeiro ; 

Sahara; &c.—Ency.Bkit. iv.-xxi [2264-81] 

(James) Travels thro' Crimea, Turkey, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. 1830 ... [3255] 

(J. C.) Inns of Court— Ency. Brit. xiii. 87 ; Piracy, xix. 116 ... [2273-79] 

(R. G.) England's Colonial Granaries— P.R.C.I. xiu. 13 [2013] 

Weddell (James) Voyage towards tlie S. Pole, 1822-24. 8vo [2751] 

Wedderburn (Sir David) British Colonial Policy, 1881— Pamp [1636] 

Wedge (J. H.)Country Round Port Phillip, 1835— J.R.G.S. vi. 419 ... [1866] 

Description of Port Pliillip — Elliston's Hobart Almanac, 1837 ... [5318] 

Weert (Sebakl de) Navii-atioues, 1598— De Bry, Grands Voyages, ix. ... [2038] 
Welbe (J.) Plan for Voyage to Terra Australis, 1713— Burney, iv. 517 ... [2104] 

Weld (Sir F. A.) Progress of Western Australia, 1874— Forrest [4762] 

Tlie Straits Settlements and Krit. Malaya— P. R. C. I. xv. 266 ... [2015] 

Biographical Sketch of, by Major Griffiths— Pillars of the Empire ... [1553] 

Wellhausen (Prof J.) Moab and tlie Moabites— Ency. Brit. xvi. 533 ... [2276] 

Wells (B.) History of Taranaki. 8vo. 1878 [5535] 

(David A.) The Creed of Free Trade, 1875— Pamp [1636] 

- — (Capt. H. L.) Sui-veys in Southern Persia— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 138... [1964] 

(Capt. J. C.) The Gateway to the Polynia. 8vo. 1876 [2702] 

(James W.) Journey in N.E. Brazil— J. E.G.S. xlvi. 308 [1906] 

Physical Geography of Brazil— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 353, 513 ... [1967] 

(W. H.) Gazetteer of the Australian Colonies. 8vo. 1848 [4914] 

Wellsted (J. R.) Memoir on the Island of Socotra— J. R. G. S. v. 129 ... [1865] 

Notes on Bruce's Chart of Coasts of Red Sea— J.R.G.S. v. 286 ... [1865] 

Notice on the Ruins of Berenice— J. R. G. S. vi. 96 [1866] 

Obsei-vations on Coast of Arabia— J.R.G.S. vi. 51 ; vii. 20. ... [1866-67] 

Journey into the interior of Oman, 1835— J.R G.S. vii. 102 [18C7] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. cxxvii 



No. in Catalogue. 
Welsh (James) Voyages to Benin, Africa, 1588-90— Hakltjtt, ii. pt. ii. 126 [2063] 

(Col. James) Military Reminiscences : 40 Years in E. Indies. 3 vols. [3525] 

Wenkstern (Otto) HLstory of the War in Hungary, 1848-49. 12mo. ... [3195] 
Wentwoi-th (W. C.) N. S. Wales and Van Diemeu's Land. 8vo. 1819... [4841] 

Statistical Account of Australasia. 2 vols. 8vo. 1824 [4847] 

Weppner (Margaretha) The North Star and Southern Cross. 2 vols. 12mo. [2519] 
Werne (F. ) Expedition to Discover Source tif White Nile, 1840-41. 2 vols. [3927] 
Werner et V. Goffler, Atlas des Missions Catholicjues. 4to. 1886 ... [6288] 

West (Rev. John) History of Tasmania. 2 vols. 8vo. 1852 [5331] 

(Rev. Thomas) Ten Years in S. Central Polynesia. 8vo. 1865 ... [4586] 

Westall (Wm. ) Tales and Traditions of Switzerland. 12mo. 1882 ...[3095] 

Westgarth (Wm.) On the Australian Aborigines, 1846— Pamp [4812] 

Australia Felix ; or Port Phillip in 1848. 8vo [.5096] 

Victoria, late Australia Felix. 8vo. 1853 [5102] 

Victoria and the Australian Gold Mines in 1857. 12mo [5115] 

Aiistrti,]ia, kc. {irora the Encyclopiedia Britannica). 12mo. 1861... [4969] 

The Colony of Victoria ; its History, &c. 8vo. 1864 [5132] 

The Colonies and tbe MotherCountry— P.R.C.I. i. 74 [2001] 

The Colonial Question— P. R. C.I. ii. 58 [2002] 

Views and Suggestions on our Colonial Relations — P.R.C.I. iii. 13... [2003] 

Reformof our Colonial Relations— P. R. C.I. iii. 84 [2003] 

Westmacott (Capt. R. M. ) Sketches in Australia. 4to. 1848 [4910] 

Wharton (Capt. W. J. L.) HydrographicalSui-veying. 8vo. 1882 ...[1303] 
Whately (Archbp. ) Thoughts on Secondary Punishments, &c. 8vo. 1832 [1457] 

Remarks on Tran.sportation. 8vo. 1834 [1461] 

Account of an Expedition to Interior of New Holland. 12mo. 1839. [1473] 

Third Edition : The Southlanders. 12mo. 1860 [1474] 

Lectures on Political Economy, Poor Laws, &c. 8vo. 1855 ... [1504] 

Wheatley (H. B.) History of London— Enct. Beit. xiv. 840 [2274] 

Middlesex— Ency. Brit. xvi. 279 [2276] 

Wheeler (Sir G.) Plants observed in Greece and Asia Minor — Ray, ii. ... [2080] 

(Daniel) Effects of Ardent Spirits, &c. among Aborigines— Pamp. ... [4812] 

Journal of Visit to Van Dieijien's Land, &o. 1840 [5325] 

Life and Gospel Labours of. 8vo. 1842 , [4.555] 

(Lt.) Explorations in New Mexico— P.R.G.S. XX. 272 [1957] 

Exploration of Oregon, 1878— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)i. 694 [I960] 

(Talboys) Short Hi.story of India, &c. 12hio. 1880 [3581] 

India under British Rule. 8vo. 1886 [3598] 

Wheelwright (H. W.) Bush Wanderings of a Naturalist. 12mo. 1861... [4742] 

The La Plata and Interoceanic Railway, 1861 — Pamp. [6173] 

Railway Route Caldera to Rosario — J.R.G.S. xxxi. 155 [1891] 

Ten Years in Sweden. 8vo. 1865 " [2904] 

Whitaker (Alex.) Letters from Virginia, 1613-14— Purchas, iv. 1768 ... [207,5] 

(Jo.seph) Almanac. 12mo. ... [1633] 

Wliitboume (R.) Voyages to Newfoundland, 1611-18— Purchas, iv. 1882 [2075] 

White (Adam) and others, Zoology, Voyage of the "Samarang ' [1652] 

Documents on Spitzbergen and Greenland — Haki.uyt Soc [2130] 

(Augustus) Emigrant's (Juide to South Africa, 1880— Pamp [4298] 

^ (Capt.) Delagoa Bay — Hutton's Tojtr, vol. ii [1216] 

(Gilbert) Natural History of Selborne, by Harting. 8vo. 1884 ...[1643] 

— (Lt. G. F.) Views (30) in India, the Himalayas, &c. 4to. 1838 ... [3532] 

(John) Voyage to Virginia, 1590— Hakluyt, iii. 288 [2064] 

(John, M.D.) Voyage to New South Wales. 4to. 1790 [4826] 

(Lt. John) Voyage to Cochin-China, Philippines, &c., 1819-20. 8vo... [3460] 

(John) Te Rou ; or, the Maori at Home. 12mo. 1874 [5515] 

(J. C.) Queensland, the Progressive! 1870— Pamp [5275] 

(John H.) Emigration to New Zealand, 1876 — Pamp [5606] 

Queensland as an Emigration Field, 1882 — Pamp [5275] 

(Robert) Open Sea in N. Polar Basin— P.R.G.S. i. 27 [1938] 

Bifurcate Stream, Glenhednoch, Perthshire— P.R.G.S. xiii. 352 ... [1950] 

(R. B.) Central Provinces of Colombia— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 249 ... [1964] 

(R. Grant) England Without and Within. 12mo. 1882 [3005] 

(T.) Taking of Spanish Ships, 1592— HAKLrYT, ii. pt. ii. 193 ... [2063] 



CXXVUl 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 

Whitehouse (Eev. T.) Historical Notices of Cochin, 1859— Pamp [3626] 

WMtelock (Lt.) Islands and Coasts, Persian Gulf— J. E.G. S. viii. 170 ... [1868] 
Whitelocke's (Gen. ) Expedition against Buenos Ayres. 8vo. 1808 ... [6151] 
Whitely (H.) Explorations in British Guiana— P. R.I..S. (N.S.) vi. 452 ... [1965] 

Whiteman (Andrew) Voyage to Palestine, 1020 — HAKLnYT, ii. 6 [2062] 

Whitfield (Richard H.) Of British Guiana, 1872— Pamk [6108] 

Whiting (George) Products and Resources of Tasmania, 1862 — Pamp. ... [5375] 

Whitington (G. T. ) The Falkland Islands. Svo. 1840 [6230] 

Whitley (N.) Surface Temperature, N. Atlantic— P. R.G.S. xiii. 229 ... [1950] 

Whitmee (Rev. S.J.) Ethnology of the Pacific. Svo. 1880 [4612] 

Polynesia: Islands, Races, Missions — Enct. Brit. xix. 418 [2279] 

Whitney (Asa) Communication, Europe and Asia — J.R.G.S. xxi. 86 ... [1881] 

(J. D. ) California ; its History, Topography, &c. — Enct. Beit. iv. 694 [2264] 

Whitson (T. W. ) and othei-s, Maoriland. 12mo. 1884 [5569] 

Whittingham (Col. ¥., C.B.) Bermuda, a Colony, &c. 8vo. 1857 ... [5871] 
Whymper (Edward) The Ascent of the Mtttterhorn. 8vo. 1879.. ...[3092] 

TheGreat Andes of the Equator— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 449 [1962] 

(Fred. W.) Journey in Alaska— J.R.G.S. xxxviii. 219 [1898] 

California and its Prospects — Cassell, i. [2251] 

Journey in Alaska — Cassell, i [2251] 

— - Ocean to Ocean ; Central Pacific Railroad — Cassell, ii [2252] 

The Sea ; Adventure, Peril, Heroism (Cassell). 4 vols. 4to. ... [1375] 

Whyte (W. A.) Route from Tientsin to Kiachta— P. R. G. S. xiv. 243 ... [1951] 
Wickham (Capt.) Survey N.W. Coast of Australia— J. R. G. S. viii. 460 ... [1868] 

Notes on Depuoh Island— J.R.G.S.xii. 79 [1872] 

(G. H.) Journey among the Mosquito Indians — P.R.G.S. xiii. 58 ... [1950] 

■ • (H A. ) Rough Notes on Trinidad, Brazil, &c. 8vo. 1872 [6013] 

Wicksteed (Mrs.) and others, Illustrations to Wakefield's New Zealand ... [5432] 

(R. J.) The Electors' Political Catechism, Ottawa, 1885— Pamp. ... [5770] 

Widowson (Henry) State of Van Diemen's Land. 8vo. 1829 [5315] 

Wight (George) Queensland, the Field for Labour, &c. 12mo. 1863 ...[5242] 
Wildenbruch (Col.) Physical Geography of Palestine— J. R. G. S. xx. 227 ... [1880] 
Wildey (W. B.) Australasia, tlie Oceanic Region and New Guinea. 12mo. ... [4768] 

Wileman (H. St. John) The Argentine Republic, 1882— Pamp [6173] 

Wilkes (Chas.) Narrative U.S. Exploring Exped., 1838-42. 5 vols. Svo. [2470] 

Another Edition. 2 vols. 12mo. 1852 [2471] 

Wilkins (J.) Description of Bay Todos los Santos, &c. — PuRCHAS, ii. 1859 [2073] 
Wilkinson (G. B.) South Australia, its Advantages, &o. 12mo. 1848 ... [5192] 

Working Man's Guide to South Australia, 1849— Pamp [5225] 

■ ■ (J.) Eastern Desert of Upper Egypt— J. R. G. S. ii. 28 [1862] 

(Sir J. Gardner) the Nile and Levels of Egypt— J.R.G.S. ix. 431 ... [1869] 

• -Natron Lakes of Egypt— J. R.G.S. xiii. 113 [1873] 

Modem Egypt and Thebes. 2 vols. Svo. 1843 [3882] 

The Ancient Egyptians. 5 vols. 1847 [3881] 

Popular Account of the Ancient Egyptians. 2 vols. 12mo. 1854... [3881] 

Dalmatia and Montenegro. 2 vols. Svo. 1S4S [3193] 

Countiybetw. Wady Halfeh and Gebel-Berkel— J.R.G.S. xx. 154... [1880] 

Account of the Jimma Country — J.R.G.S. xxv. 206 [1885] 

Essavs on Herodotus — Eawlinson's Herodokis [1120] 

(J. R.) Gold Country of South Africa— P. R. G. S. xiii. 134 [1950] 

William (Archbp. of Tyre) Voyage to Jerusalem, 1 1 30— Haklutt, ii. 16... [2062] 

Supplement of the Holy Land Storie, 1126-78— Pubchas, ii. 1210... [2073] 

Williams (Carvell) and others, on Disestablishment. 12mo. 1886 ...[1590] 

(Chas.) The Missionary Gazetteer. 12mo. 1828 [6246] 

(Helen Maria) Tour in Switzerland. 2 vols. Svo. 1798 [3085] 

(Archdeacon Henry, of New Zealand) Life of. 2 vols. Svo... ... [5524] 

(H. W.) Select Views in Greece. 2 vols. 4to. 1829 [3211] 

(James) Navigation Laws ; Partnership ; Personal Estate ; Prerogative ; 

Prescription ; Press Laws ; Public Health ; Real Estate ; Registration ; 

Sale— Enoy. Brit, xvii.-xxi [2277-81] 



• (John) Missionary Enterprises in South Sea Islands. 

• Farewell : Valedictory Services. ISmo. 1838 
Life of, by Rev. Ebenezer Prout. Svo. 1843 



Svo. 1837 



.. [4550] 
[4551] 
[4552] 



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No. in Catalogue. 

Williams (Sir Monier) Religious Thought and Life in India. 8vo. 1883... [3594] 

(Richard) and the Terra del Fuego Mission. 12mo. 1854 [6221] 

(Rev. Thomas) Fiji and the Fijians. 2 vols. 12mo. 1858 [5621] 

(T. C.) The Manawatu Purchase and Waitangi Treaty, 1868— Pamp. [5606] 

(Bishop Wm.) Christianity among the New Zealanders. 12mo. 1867 [5500] 

(W. M.) Iron and Steel ; Explosive Compounds ; Oils and Candles... [1573] 

Williamson (Rev. A.) Notes on Manchuria— J. R.G.S. xxxix. 1 [1899] 

(W. C.) Agassiz—ENOY. Brit. i. 274 [2261] 

Willibald, Travels from Saxony to Rome and Jerusalem, 721-27 — Weight [3766] 

Willmer (George) The Draper in Australia : at the Gold Fields. 12mo. 1856 [4956] 

Willoughby (Sir H.) Voyage and Death in Lapland, 1553— Haklutt, i. [2061] 

(Francis) Travels thro' Spain, 1664— Rat [2080] ; Harhis, ii. 694... [2095] 

Wills (W. J.) Narrative of Exploration in Australia. 8vo. 1863 ...[4751] 

(C. J.) Land of the Lion and Sun : 15 Years in Persia, 1866-81. 8vo. [3709] 

Wilmere (Alice) Voyage of Champlain to W. Indies, 1599 — HakluytSoc. [2135] 

Wilmot (A.) History of Cai>e Colony to 1819 with Continuation. 8vo. 1869 [4250] 

History of the Zulus and the Zulu War. 12mo. 1880 [4328] 

South Africa. Historical Reader. 12mo. 1881 [4274] 

Wilson (Alex, ) and others, Maoriland. 12mo [5569] 

(Andrew) The Abode of Snow (the Himalayas). 8vo. 1875 ... [3562] 

Ant— Ekcy. Bkit. ii. 94 [2262] 

(Arthur) Mona, an Australian Waif, by A. Chesney. 12mo. 1879... [5254] 

(Sir Charles) Recovery of Jerusalem. 8vo. 1871 [3786] 

Surveys in Sinai and Palestine— J. R.G.S. xliii. 206 [1903] 

Geogi-aphy of AsiaMinor— P.R.6.S. (N.S.) vi. 305 [1965] 

From Korti to Khartum. 12mo. 1886 [3940] 

(Rev. C. T.) Victoria and Uganda Lakes— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 353... [1961] 

(and R. W. Felkin) Uganda and the Egyptian Soudan. 2 vols. 12mo. [3934] 

(Col. D.) Pearl Fisheries in the Persian Gulf— J. R. G. S. iii. 283 ... [1863] 

(Prof Daniel) Indians of B. North America— P. R. C.I. v. 222 ... [2005] 

Canada ; Columbia (British) ; Edinburgh ; Federal Government ; Montreal ; 

Ontario — Ency. Brit, iv.-xvii. [2264-77] 

(Edward) Rambles at the Antipodes. 12mo. 1859 [4966] 

Acclimatisation— P. R.C.L vii. 36 [2007] 

(Sir Erasmus) The Egyjjt of the Past. 8vo. 1882 [3905] 

(F. A. ) and Richards (A. B. ) Britain Redeemed and Canada Preserved. [5718] 

(George H. ) Ena, or the Ancient Maori. 12mo. 1874 [5517] 

(Capt. Henry) Voyage and Shipwreck, Pelew Is. 1783. 4to [2387] 

(Capt. James) Missionary Voyage of the "Duff," 1796-98. 4to. ... [2415] 

Life and Voyages of. 8vo. 1810 [2418] 

(John) Relation of Guiana, 1606— PuKCHAS, iv. 1260 [2075] 

(Dr. John) Lands of the Bible. 2 vols. 8vo. 1847 [3773] 

(John) and Thornton (W. T.) Agriculture— Ency. Brit. i. 291-416... [2061] 

(Capt. J. C.) Notes on W. Coast of Madagascar— J. R.G.S. xxxvi. 244 [1896] 

(J. F.) Water Supply in Orange River Basin— J. R.G.S. xxxv. 106... [1895] 

(Capt. J. R.) Routes in Nizam's Territory, India— J.R.G.S. xiii. 118 [1873] 

(J. S. ) Physical Geography of N. W. Australia— J. R.G.S. xxviii. 137 [1888] 

(Lt. -Col. R.T.) Expedition to Egypt under Abercromby. 2 vols. 8vo. [3874] 

(Ralph) Voyage to the East Indies, 1611-13— Purohas, i. pt. ii. 486 [2072] 

(R. W.) Florida ; its Climate, Soil, and Resources, 1880— Pamp. ... [5951] 



(Sir Samuel) Salmon at the Anti])odes. 12mo. 1879 

(T.) Particulars of the Ormus War— Purohas, ii. 1790 

(T. B., M.D.) Journey N.W. from Swan River, 1829... 

Voyage and Wreck in Torres Straits. 8vo. 1835 

(W. Rae) Travels in Egypt, the Holy Land, &c. 8vo. 1824 



Wilton (Rev. C. P.) Sketch of New South Wales— N. S. W. Calendar, 1833 [4862] 



Winchester (Bp. Rupibus) Voyage to Jerusalem, 1231— Hakluyt, ii. 33.. 

(Earl of) Voyage to Jerusalem, 1218— Hakluyt, ii. 32 

(Bishop) Voyage to Jerusalem, 1417— Hakluyt, ii. 71 

Windam (T.) Voyage to Guineaand Benin, 1553— Hakluyt, ii. pt. ii. 9.. 
Windus, English Embassy to Morocco, 1721— Murray, Africa, ii. 225.. 

k 



[5350] 
[2073] 
[4715] 
[2453] 
[3878] 



[2062] 
[2062] 
[2062] 
[2063] 
[1344] 



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cxxx INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



No. in Catalogue. 
"Wingfield (Col. A.) The Portugall Voyage (1589) under Sir John Norris and Sir 

Francis Drake— Pueohas, iv. 1914 [2075] ; Hakluyt, ii. pt. ii. 134 [2063] 

"Winnecke (C.) Korthem Territory, Australia— P. E.G. S. (N.S.) vi. 566 ... [1965] 

Winslow(E.)Good News from New England, 1621-23— Puechas, iv. 1853 [2075] 

Winsor (Justin) Massachusetts: History and Statistics — Enct. Brit. xv. 611 [2275] 

Winstanley (W. ) Visit to Abyssinia. 2 vols. 12mo. 1881 [3964] 

Winter (J.) Voyage into the South Sea— Hakluvt, iii. 748 [2064] 

Winton (Sir Francis de) The Congo Free State— P. E.G. S. (N.S.) viii. 609 [1967] 

"Wise (Lt.) Los Gringos of Mexico, California, &c. 12mo. 1849 [5967] 

■ (B. E.) Modern Protection. (Prize Essay.) 12mo. 1879 [1555] 

Wissmann (Lieut.) From Kasai to Nyangwe— P.E.G.S. (N.S.) v. 163 ... [1964] 

Withers (Robert) De'Scription of the Seraglio— Purchas, ii. 1580 [2073] 

■ (W. Biumwell) History of Ballarat. 8vo. 1870 [5137] 

Withington (N.) Travels in the Mogul's Country — Pukchas, i pt. ii. 482 [2072] 

Withrington (Et.) and Lister, Voyage to Brazil, 1586— Btjeney, ii. 63 ... [2102] 

Witsen (Burgomaster) Extract on New Guinea — Haklutt Soo. xxv. ... [2137] 

Wogga (Thomas) Journey to New Calabar, 1815— J.R.G.S. xv. 374 ... [1875] 

Wolfe (Lieut. J.) Observations of the Gulf of Arta, 1830— J.E.6.S. iii. 77 [1863] 

Wolff (Sir H. Drummond) On the Colonial Office— Westm. Dis. 1871 ... [1532] 

(Eev. Joseph, D.D.) Mission to Bokhara, 1843-45. 8vo [3316] 

Travels in Syria, Mesopotamia, Persia, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. 1860 ... [3731] 

• • (Lieut.) Shores of Africa, Madagascar, &c.— J.E.G.S. iii. 197 ... [1863] 

Wollaston (T. V.) Testacea Atlantica ; Land and Freshwater Shells. 8vo. [1685] 

Wolseley (Lord) : a Sketch, hy Maj., Griffiths— Pillars of the Empire ... [1553] 

Wolsley (W. A.) On the Grasses of British Guiana— Eussell P. Essay ... [6099] 

Wood (Benj.) Voyage to the E. Indies, 1596-1601— Pueohas, ii. 110 ... [2072] 

(Capt.) Attempt to Discover a North-East Passage to China [2323] 

Voyage thro' Straits of Magellan, 1669-70— DAMPiJiR, &c. iv. ... [2326] 

(C. F. ) A Yachting Cruise of the South Seas. 8vo. 1875 [2522] 

(Major H.) Notes on the Oxus and L. Aral— J. E. G. S. xlv. 367 ... [1905] 

(John) Foreign and Home Trade Compared, 1880— Pamp [1636] 

American Protection v. Canadian Free Trade, 1880 — Pamp [1636] 

(Lieut. John) The Lakeradeevh Archipelago— J. R. G. S. vi. 29 ... [1866] 

Sourcesof the Amu-Daria (Oxus)— J.E.G.S. x. 530 [1870] 

Journey to the Sources of the Oxus, 1840. 8vo [3314] 

(J. D.) Benefit to Colonies, Members of the Empire— P. R. C. L viii. 3 [2008] 

System of Land Transfer, Australasian Colonies — P.R.C.L xvii. 343 [2017] 

(J. G.) Illustrated Natural History ; Mammalia, Birds, &e. 3 vols. [1667] 

Natural History of Man. Illustrated. 2 vols. Roy. 8vo [1667] 

(J. T. ) Discoveries at Ephesus : Temple of Diana. Eoy. 8vo. 1877 [3737] 

(W.) Survey of Trade and Advantages of Colonies. 12mo. 1722 ... [1425] 

Woods (H. T.) Book Binding — Brit. Industries [1573] 

-(J. D.) The Native Tribes of South Australia. 8vo. 1879 [4805] 

(J. E. Tenison) Discovery and Expl. of Australia. 2 vols. Svo. ... [4756] 

Geological Observations in South Australia. 8vo. 1862 ... ... [4746] 

(Rev. W. J.) A Visit to Victoria in 1885— Pamp [5191] 

Woodward (Henry) Crustacea— Ency. Brit. vi. 632 [2266] 

Woolls (William) The Flora of Australia. Svo. 1867 [1753] 

Lectures on the Vegetable Kingdom. Svo. 1879 [1764] 

Wornsop (Thomas) History of the City of Adelaide. Svo. 1878 [5206] 

Wortabet (Dr. John) Syria and North Palestine— J.R.G.S. xxxii. 100 ... [1892] 

Wrag (R. ) Voyage to Constantinople and Syria, 1593-95— Hakluyt, ii. 303 [2062] 

Wrangell (Admiral von) Expedition to the Polar Sea, 1820-23. Svo. ... [2622] 

On Beaching the Pole— J.R.G.S. xviii. 19-24 ... [1878] 

(Leonard) The Straits Settlements— P.R.C. I. iii. 1 ; v. 103... [2003, 5] 

Wrede (Baron Von) Excursion in Hadramaut— J.R.G.S. xiv. 107 [1874] 

Wright (Dr. Daniel) Nepal and its Inhabitants— Ency. Brit. xvii. 340... [2277] 

(Thomas) Early Travels in Palestine. 12mo. 1848 [3766] 

(W.) Nevada State— Ency. Beit. xvii. 367 [2277] 

(Wm., D.D.) The Empire of the Hittites. 12mo. 1885 [3806] 

Wrightson (Prof.) Agricultural Machinery — Beit. Industries [1573] 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. cxxxi 



No. in C»talogne. 

Wulfstan Voyages into Sound of Denmark— Haklttyt, i. 6 [2061] 

an Ochthere's Voyages, by Dr. Bosworth. Roy. 8vo. 1855 ... [1167] 

Wyatt (Dr. W.) The Adelaide Tribe— Woods' Native Tribes S. Australia... [4805] 
Wybraut van Warwyck, Navigatione in Indiara Orient — Db Brt, P. V. viii. [2050] 
Wylie (A.) Journey from Cliing-too to Hankow— P. E.G. S. xiv. 168 .. [1951] 

(James A.) Wanderings in the Valleys of the Waldenses. 12mo. 1858 [3088] 

Wyllie (R. C.) Letter on Spanish American Loans, 1840— Pamp [6084] 

Wyngaerde (Van Den) View of London (circa 1550). Topographical Soc. [2931] 
Wytfliet (Comille) Histoire UniverseUe des Indes Occidentales. Folio. 1611 [1328] 

Xavier (St. Francis) Life and Letters, by Coleridge. 2 vols. 12mo. 1872 [6234] 
Xenophon, The Economist of. With Preface by Ruskin. 8vo. 1876 ... [1403] 
Xeres (F. de) Conque.st of Peru and Cusco, 1524-33— PrECHAS, iv. 1491... [2075] 
Account of the Province of Cuzco — Hakluyt Soc. xlvii [2159] 

Yate (Rev. W.) Account of New Zealand and Mission. 12mo. 1835 ... [5408] 
Yonge (Miss C. M.) Life of Patteson, Bp. of Melanesia. 2 vols. 8vo. ... [4600] 
Yorke (Col. P.) Remarks on Aneroid Barometer — J.R.G.S. xxi. 35 ... [1881] 

Young (A.) Salmon Fisheries — British Industries [1573] 

(Allen) Surveys of the " Fox" N. Atlantic— P. R. G. S. v. 70 [1942] 

On the Corea— P.R.G.S. ix. 296 [1946] 

Voyages of the "Pandora," 1875-76. Royal 8vo [2708] 

(E. D.) Livingstone Search Expedition — J.R.G.S. xxxviii. 111. ... [1898] 

Report of Nyassa Expedition— P. R.G.S. xii. 79 [1949] 

Nyassa Lake Mission— P. R.G.S. XX. 451 [1957] 

Recent Sojourn at Lake Nyassa — P.R.G.S. xxi. 225 [1958] 

Livingstonia ; Exploration of Nyas.sa. 12rao. 1878 [4191] 

(Frederick) Reasons for Cultivating N. Z. Flax, 1842— Pamp. ... [5606] 

New Zealand, Past, Present, and Future— P. R. C. L v. 18u [2005] 

■ Imperial Federation. 8vo. 1876 [1540] 

England and Colonies at Paris Exhibition— P.R. C.I. x. 6 [2010] and [1636] 

Relations of Mother Countries and Colonies, 1883 — Pamp [1636] 

(Capt. G. F.) Shaktii Valley, Waziristan— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 537 [1963] 

(John, M.D.)Arthropoda—ENCY. Brit. ii. 647 [2262] 

(Hon. John) Origin of the Victoria Bridge, Montreal, 1876 — Pamp. [5770] 

Letters on Questions of Public Interest, Montreal, 1872 — Pamp. ... [5770] 

Ocean Mail Steamer Routes, Montreal, 1877 — Pamp [5770] 

(J. R.) Navigation and Nautical Astronomy — Orr's Circle, v. ... [1666] 

(Rev. Robert) Deputation to the Southern World. 12mo. 1854 ... [4950] 

(Thomas)The Mosquito Shore ; N an-ative of a Residence, 1 839-41 . 1 2mo. [6045] 

(SirWm.) on Homemann's Description of Siwah — African Assoc, ii. [1986] 

Ysbrants Ides (E.) Travels Moscow to China, 1692-95. 4to. 1706 ...[2826] 

Travels thro' Siberia, &c.— Harris, ii. 918 [2095] 

Yule (Col. Henry, C.B.) Narrative of the Mission to Ava, 1855. 4to. ... [3493] 

Burma and its Tributary States— J. R.G.S. xxvii. 54 [1887] 

Friar Jordanus' Wonders of the East (1330)— Hakluyt Soc. ... [2143] 

Cathay and the Way Thither. 2 vols.— Hakluyt Soc [2148] 

Index to Journal Roy. Geogr. Soo. Vols, xxi-xxx. 8vo. 1867 ... [1933] 

Papers connected with the Upper Oxus Regions — J.RG.S. xUi. 438 [1902] 

Geography of the Oxus Valley— Wood's Oxus. 8vo. 1872 [3314] 

Book of Ser Marco Polo. 2 vols. 8vo. 1875 [2806] 

OldestSeaRoutes to China— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 649 [1963] 

Acliin; Afghanistan; Afghan Turkistan ; Andaman Islands; Cabul; Cambodia ; 

Gaur; Ghazni; Gilgit; Hindu Kiish ; Ka.'hkdr orChitral; Kafiristan; Lhasa; 

Maldive Islands ; Mandeville ; Ormus ; Ricei (Matteo) ; Rubruquis — Ency. 

Brit, i.-xxi [2261-81] 

Zaragoza (Don J.) Desiiubrimento de las Regiones Austriales, 1567-1606 ... [2314] 

Zahrtmann (C. C.) Voyages of the Zeni— J. R.G.S. V. 102 [1865] 

Zeno (Caterino) Viaggio in Persia — Ramusio, iL 219 [2028] 

Travels in Persia, edited by C. Grey — HakluytSoc. Ii [2161] 



CXXXII 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



473 



Zeno (Nicol6 e Antonio) dell' Isola Frislanda, &c.— Ramtjsio, ii. 230 

Voyages to Northern Seas — Purchas, iii. 610 

Remarks on their Voyages by Zahrtmann — J.R.G.S. v. 102 ... 

Voyages, edited by Major— Hakluyt Soc. 1 

Frieslanda of the Zeni is Iceland — J.R.G.S. xlix. 398.. 

Frieslanda not Iceland but the Faroes — ibid. 412 

Discovery of Ancient Map in Iceland — P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v 

Zimmerman, Aiistralien. 2 vols. 8vo. 1810 

Zincke (Rev. F. Barham) Egypt of the Pharaohs and the Khedive. 

Zinzerling (Justus) Description of England, 1610 — Rye 

Zuniga (Fr. Martinez) Historia de las Islas Philipinas. Sm. 4to. 1803 

Historical View of the Philippine Islands. 2 vols. 8vo. 1814 

Zunz (Dr.) Geog. of Palestine from Jewish Sources — Ashek's Benjmnin 
Zychi, Vitide, altrimenti Circassi— Ramtjsio, ii, 196 



No. in Catalogue. 
. [2028] 
. [2074] 
. [1865] 
. [2162] 
. [1909] 
. [1909] 
. [1964] 
. [4834] 
[3897] 
. [2937] 
. [4471] 
. [4472] 
. [2802] 
. [2028] 



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CATALOGUE. 



PART I. 

GENERAL GEOGRAPHY, 

POLITICAL, HISTORICAL, MATHEMATICAL, 

COMMERCIAL, AND PHYSICAL; 

INCLUDING NATURAL SCIENCES, ZOOLOGY, BOTANY, Sec. 



§ l.-ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY AND ANTIQUITIES. 

Ptolemy. — Geographia di Francesco Berlinghieri Fioren- 

[1102] tino, in Terza Eima et Lingua Toscana distincta, con le 

sue tavole in varii siti et provincie secondo la geographia et 

distinctione dele tavole di Ptolomeo. With 31 Maps engraved 

on copper. Impresso in Firenze per Nicolo Todescho et emen- 

dato con somma diligentia dallo auctore. [1480?] 

Justly considered a monument of typography and the engraver's art. The 

maps are supposed by some to be the earliest engraved upon metal. Those in the 

Ptolemy printed at Rome in 1478 are generally considered to be the first, but as 

these are engraved in a rougher style upon very irregularly shaped plates, and 

the volume bears no date, the earliest of the two editions must always be a matter 

of doubt. This copy of the Florence edition has the title on the recto of the 

first leaf printed in red, and the register and colophon on the recto of the 

last leaf, which are not found in all copies. A reduced fac-simile of the Map of 

the World is given as the first illustration. 

Strabo. — Valentinvs cvrio lectori. En tibi Lector Stvdiose 
[1103] Strabonis Geographicorum cometarios, olim, ut putatur, k 
Guarino Veronense, <fe Gregorio Trifernate latinitate donatos, 
iam uero denuo a Conrad o Heresbachio ad fidem Graeci exem- 
plaris, autorumque, qui hue facere uidebantur, no sestimandis 
laboribus recognitos. Nos, quo hoc opus, <fe eruditum, <fe iuxta 
necessarium in nostra officina felici TraXiyyevea-ia renasceretur 
neque sumptibus pepercimus, neque diligentise. Tu erne, fruere, 
& nostram industriam candido fauore adiuta. Vale. 

Folio. Basileae, An. M.D.XXIIL 
Ptolemy.— Claudi Ptolemsei Alexandrini Geographicae ; 
[1104] ex Bilibaldi Pirckeymheri tralatione, sed ad Grseca & prisca 
exemplaria k Michaele Villanova [Serveto] jam primum recog- 
niti. Adjecta insuper ab eodem scholia. With 50 Maps, 
engraved on wood. - Folio. Lugduni [Lyons] 1535. 

This edition is remarkable as having afforded one of the pretexts for the 
condemnation of Servetus for heresy, though unjiistly, as the objectionable 
parap'aphs appeared in earlier editions. Copies are rare, all that could be 
obtained having been burnt by order of Calvin. This ia from the Wodhull 
Library. 

B 



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Cluverius. — Tabulae Geographicae, quibus universa geographia 

[1106] vetus continentur . . . quse cum ad Geographiam in Uni- 
versum manuducunt. 84 Maps. Folio. Patavii [Padua], 1699. 
Vincent. — The Voyage of Nearchus and Periplus of the 

[1108-9] Erythrean Sea. 2 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1797-1800. 
Rennell. — The Geographical System of Herodotus, tho 

[1110] Voyage of Hanno the Carthaginian, (fee, Examined and 
Explained. By Major Jas. Rennell, F.R.S. 4to. Lond. 1800. 
Rennell's Comparative Geography of "Western Asia, 

[1112] Arrian's Periplus of the Euxine, &c. 2 Vols. 8vo. 1831. 

For the Voyages of Nearchus, Arrian, Hanno, &c., see also Ramtjsio, I. [2027] ; 
PuRCHAS, I. [2071] ; Harris, I. [2094] ; Bdnbury [1125] ; Murray [1344]. 
Lelewel (Joachim) Pytheas de Marseilles et la Geog. de son. Temps. [1172.] 
Smith. — A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities. 

[1114] Edited by Wm. Smith. 8vo. Lond. 1842. 

Arrowsmith. — Geographical Dictionary of the Bible. By 

[1115] Eev. A. Arrowsmith. 8vo. Lond. 1855. 

Fergusson. — Works on Archaeology, Architecture, &c. By 

[1117] James Fergusson. (Author's own copies.) Lond. v. d. 

Illustrations of the Rock Cut Temples of India. 18 tinted lithoa. Folio. 1845. 
Text and Plans to " Rock Cut Temples." 8vo. 1845. 

Ancient Topography of Jerusalem, Plan of the Temple, &c. 4to. 1847. 

Illustrations of Ancient Architecture in Hindostan. 24 lithos. Folio. 1847. 
An Essay on Fortification, with Hints on our Defences. 
The True Principles of Beauty in Art and Architecture. 
The Palaces of Nineveh and Persepolis Restored. 
The Mausoleum at Halicamassus Restored. 
The Holy Sepulchre, and the Temple at Jerusalem. 29 illust. 
Rude Stone Monuments in All Countries ; their Age and Uses. 
The Brochs and Rude Stone Monuments of the Orkneys. Roya 
Tree and Serpent Worship : Illustrations of Mythology and Art in India. 

With 180 photographs and woodcuts. Folio. 1873. 

The Cave Temples of India, with photographs and woodcuts. 4to. 1880. 
History of Architecture, including Indian, Eastern, and Modern Styles. 

With 1,600 illustrations. 4 Vols. 8vo. 1874-76. 

The Temples of the Jews and other Buildings at Jerusalem. 4to. 1878. 

Essays and Pamphlets. Bound in 3 Vols. 8vo. 1849-67. 

Recollections of a Professional Life hy Wm. Fergusson, M.D. Svo. Dublin. 

Stevens. — Flint Chips : a Guide to Pre-Historic Archaeology. 

[1118] By Edward T. Stevens. 8vo. Lond. 1870. 

Lloyd. — History of Sicily to the Athenian War ; with 
[1119] Chapters on Homeric Geography, Hellenic Settlements and 
Colonisation. By W. Watkiss-Lloyd. Svo. Lond. 1872. 
Lindsay (W. S.) History of Ancient Commerce — [1370]. 
Herodotus. — ^History and Geography of; N.E., embodying 
[1120] the Results of Cuneiform and Hieroglyphical Discovery. 
By George Rawlinson, M.A., assisted by Sir Henry Rawlinson 
and Sir J. Gardner Wilkinson. 4 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1875. 
[See also Ency. Brit. Vol. XL] 

Smith.^ — Atlas of Ancient Geography, Biblical and Classical. 
[1121] Compiled under the superintendence of Dr. William Smith 
and Sir George Grove. 43 Maps. Folio. Lond. 1875. 



4to. 


1849. 


4to. 


1849. 


Svo. 


1851. 


4to. 


1862. 


Svo. 


1862. 


Svo. 


1872. 


Svo. 


1877. 



AKCIEISTT GEOGRAPHY AND ANTIQUITIES. 



Bevan. — The Student's Manual of Ancient Geography. By 
[1122] Rev. W.L. Bevan. 12mo. Lond. 1875. 

Ancient History from the Monuments. 
[1124] 6 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1875-78. 

Assyria, to the Fall of Nineveh. By George Smith. 
Babylonia. By George Smith. Edited by A. H. Sayce. 
Egypt, from the Earliest Times to B.C. 300. By Dr. Birch. 
Greek Cities and Islands, and Asia Minor. By W. S. W. Vaux. 
Persia, to the Time of the Arab Conquest. By W. S. W. Vaux. 
Sinai. By Major iHenry S. Palmer. 

Bunbury. — A History of Ancient Geography among the 

[1125] Greeks and Romans. Maps. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1879. 

A comprehensive survey of geograpliical systems from the earliest times ; in- 
cluding an examination of the Voyage of the Argonauts, the Geography of Homer, 
Anaximander, Hecateus, Herodotus, Ctesias, Xenophon, Ephorus, and Aristotle ; 
the Expedition of Alexander and Voyage of Nearchus ; the Systems of Eratos- 
thenes, Hipparchus, Polybius, Strabo, Pliny, Ptolemy, and their successors down 
to the anonymous geographer of Ravenna, and the Fall of the Roman Empire. 
Bunbury (E. H.) Ptolemy ; Pytheas— Ency. Beit. xx. 91, 142. 1886. 

Ranke. — Universal History : Greece, Egypt, Assyria, Persia, 

[1127] Israel. By Leopold von Ranke. 8vo. Lond. 1884. 

Duncker. — The History of Antiquity. From the German of 

[1128] Max Duncker, by Evelyn Abbott. 6 Vols. 8vo. 1877-82. 

Vol. I. — Egypt. ^ — The Semitic Nations. 
II. — Assyi-ia, Phojnicia, Israel. . 
III. — Assyria, Israel, Egypt, Babylon, Lydia. 

IV. — The Aryans on the Indus and Ganges. — Buddhists and Brahmans. 
V. & VI. — The Aryans of Eastern Iran. — The Empire of the Medesand Persians. 

Clarke. — Early History of the Mediterranean Populations, 

[1129] &c. By Hyde Clarke. 8vo. Lond. 1882. 

Donnelly. — Atlantis, the Antediluvian World : with all the 
[1130-31] Traditions from Ancient Writers. Ragnarock, the 
Age of Fire and Gravel. 2 Vols. 12mo. 1882. 

History of Ancient Art. From the French of Georges Perrot 

and Charles Chipiez. 6 Vols. Imp. 8vo. Lond. 1883-85. 
[1133] Ancient Egypt ; with plates and 600 engravings. 2 Vols. 
[1134] Chald^a and Assykia ; 15 plates and 452 engravings. 2 Vols. 
[1135] Phcenicia and its Dependencies ; plates and 644 engravings. 2 Vols. 

Nadaillac. — Prehistoric America. By the Marquis Nadaillac. 
[1136] Translated by N. D' An vers. 8vo. Lond. 1885. 

For the Antiquities of North America, Mexico, Guatemala, &c., see also the 
Works of Acosta, in Purchas, III. pp. 1000-1017 [2074], and Thevenot, 
II. No. 48 [2078] ; Humboldt [1350] ; Stephens [6044] ; Squier [6051] 
and [6196] ; Norman [6046] ; and others, in the American Sections. 

For the Researches of Gell, Layard, Smith, Bonomi, Schliemann, Wilson, 
Warren, Wilkinson, and others, see § 23 (Italy), § 47 (Assyria, &c.), § 48 
(Palestine), and § 50 (Egypt). 



§ 2.-MEDIvEVAL GEOGRAPHY. 

Alfred the Great, Jubilee Edition of the Works of, with Essays 
[1166] Illustrative of the History, Arts, and Manners of the 
Ninth Century. 2 Vols. 8vo. Oxford, 1852. 

B 2 



MEDIEVAL GEOGKAPHY 



Alfred the Great's Description of Europe and Voyages of 
[1167] Ohthere and Wulfstan. Edited by Eev. Joseph Bosworth. 
With Fac-similes. Royal 8vo. Lond. 1855. 

Jomard. — Les Monuments de la Geographic, ou Recueil 

[1169] d'Aneiennes Cartes, Mappemondes, &c., en fac-simile de la 
grandeur des Originaux. Par M. Jomard. Folio. Paris [1847]. 

1. — Globe Cfleste Arabe-Koufique en bronze, du XI' Siecle. 

2. — Globe Celeste Arabe en bronze, fait k laMecque au XVI" Sifecle. 

3.- — Astrolabe Koufique rapporte d'Egypte. 

4. — Snjets tires d'un Manuscrit Florentin du XV« Siefile. 

5. — Carte Itineraire d'un Pelerinage de Londres k Jerasalem. 

6. — Carte Militaire du Moyen Age. 

7.— Carte de I'Ancien Padouan. 

8. — Carte Perspective Italienne du XV* Sifecle. 

9. — Atlas de Petrus Vessoonte, 1318. 
10. — Mappemonde des Frferes Pizzigani, 1367. 
11. — Carte Marine [Pisane] du XIV" Siecle. 
12.— Carte du Globe Arabe, an 1009 de I'Hegir-.. 
13.— Dix Mappemondes des X« , XIII« et XIV» Sifecles. 
14.— Mappemonde du XIII" Sifecle conservee k Hereford. (See also No. [1173].) 
15. — Mappemonde de Martin Behaim, 1492. 

16. — Mappemonde de Jean de la Cosa, pilot de Christoper Colomb (1500). 
17. — Globe Terrestre du XVI* Siecle, conserve k Franokfort-sur-le-Mein. 
18.— Cartes du XVI« Siicle de la Collection Trivulci. 
19. — Mappemonde peinte par Ordre Henri II., roi de France, 1542. 
20. — Mappemonde de Sebastien Cabot, 1544. 
21. — Mappemonde de Gerard Mercator, Duisburg, 1569. 

Lelewel. — Geographic du Moyen Age, £tudiee par Joachim 
[1172] Lelewel. Text. 2 Vols. Svo. Brussels, 1852-57. 

Atlas. Oblong 4to. Brussels, 1850. 

Tome I., II. — Cartes de Geographes du Moyen Age, Latines et Arabes, copiee ou 
reconstruites et expliquees, accompagn^es de Prolegomfenes, appendices et 
supplement de Tables Arabes. 
III., IV.- — Slavia dn dixifeme et douzieme Sifecle. 

Analyse de plusieurs Sections des VI" et VII" Climats de la Description 

d'Edrisi, 1154. 
Cartes de I'lnde et de la Chine, dressees d'aprfes les Relations des Arabes et 

les Investigations du Moyen Age. 
Examen Geographique des Courses et de la Description de Benjamin de 

Tudfele, 1160-73. 
Tavola di Navicare de Nicole et Antonio Zeni et les Cartes des Eegions 
Septentrionales a I'epoque de sa publication, 1588. 
Epilogue. — Index Alphabetique ; les Ethicus, Cosmographes ; Albateni et les 
Rasmo ; Rudiments de la Science Latiue du XII" Siecle ; Mappemondes 
jusqu'k la Renaissance et la Decouverte du Nouveau Monde ; Vicissitudes 
du Progres posterieur k la Reforme ; Catalogue de Cartes Geogi'aphiques, 
Atlas, etc., qu'en dernier lieu je r^unis dans mon laboratoire ; Itineraire 
Brugeois de la fin du XIV" Siecle. 
Pytheas de Marseille et la Geographie de Son Temps, Paris, 1836. 
Atlas, compose de 50 Planches, contenant 145 figures et Cartes g^nerales ou 
Spiciales de 88 Geographes, accompagnees de 11 cartes explicatives. 
Table de Longitudes et Latitudes des Geographes Arabes. 
Portulan General des Cartes qui composent 1' Atlas. 
The Maps issued with the Text are also bound up with the Atlas. 

Bcvan. — Mediaeval Geography : an Essay Ilhistrative of the 
[1173] Hereford Mappa Mundi. By Rev. W. L. Bevan and Rev. 
H. W. Phillott. With Three Photographs. Svo. Lond. 1873. 





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tradirionemdefcribuntur, 
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ri as(peaer es,& animatas,8ftnanimatas ,ferac 
Animaliurn pcregrinof urn naturae ri^pidurag. 
Nobiliorum ciuiratumico nes 8C defcriptiones. 
Rpgn6rumTn itia,incremen ta 5C translationes. 
Rejou rn S^jrincipum geneal ogiac. 
It em omnium gentium moresVleges,religio,m ii/ 
~tatio nes: acq; rnemorabilium in hunc ufquea ti/ 

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CA.TALOGUE. 



§3.-M0DERN GEOGRAPHY. 

•„• For Geography of different Countries, see §§ 15 to 98. 

Vadianus. — Epitome Trium Terrae Partium, Asise, Africse, 
[1191] et Europse Compendiariam. Per Joachimum Vadianum 

Medicum. [Joachim Watt.] Folio. Tiguri [Zurich], 1534. 
Munster. — Cosmographiae Universalis, Lib. VI., in quibus 
[1193] juxta certioris tidei scriptorum traditionem describuntur. 

. . . Autore Sebast. Munstero. Figures on wood and Maps. 
Basileoe, apud Ilenrichvm Petri, mense Septemb. anno salutis, 1554. 
" If I were to say it contains hundreds of cuts, of one descriiition or other, I 
should not greatly exaggerate. Maps, towns, animals, human beings, of every 
degree and station ; portraits of eminent men, — in short we have here a rich 
harvest of every species of graphic entertainment. These cuts are executed in 
rather a rough but most spirited manner. The original drawings, jirobably made 
upon the blocks themselves, must have had a beautiful appearance— or if upon 
paper, and now in existence, J hardly know what sum ought not to be given for 
them. We have here the soldier, the mechanic, the labourer, and the nobleman, 
each in appropriate attire and with appropriate expression ; animals and plants 
are also admirably executed in this volume." — DiBDiN. 

Desliens. — Mappemonde by Nicolas Desliens of Dieppe, 1566. 
[1195] Copied in fac-simile of the Original in the Bibliotheque 
Nationale, Paris. Size ITj in. by 10| in. 

The original was acquired by the authorities of the Bibl. Nationale at the sale 
of M. de Vieil-Castel in May, 1857. It exhibits the whole world as known in 
1566, the new discoveries and conquests of the several European powers being 
indicated by their respective national flags. Thus three French flags are placed 
upon parts of North America, side by side with two English flags. Four flags of 
Spain are laid upon her possessions in America, while one of Portugal is placed 
upon Brazil, and another of the French near the River Plate. The whole of 
Africa is assigned to Portugal, as well as her settlements in India, and the great 
country to the south-east named Java la Grande, the outline of which in many 
of its details corresponds with the coasts of Australia and New Zealand. 

Ortelius. — Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Dutch Text, with 
[1197] 53 Maps. Folio. Antwerp, 1571. 

Porcacchi. — L'Isole piu Famose del Mondo descritte da 
[1198] Thomaso Porcacchi da Castiglione . . . IntagliatedaGirolamo 
Porro. Maps. Folio. Venice, 1576. 

Ortelius.— Theatre de I'Universe. French Text. With 119 
[1200] coloured Maps. Folio. Antwerp, 1598. 

Map of the World, a.d. 1600. Reprint, Hakluyt Soc— See [2173]. 

"The New Map, with the Augmentation of the Indies." 

— Twelfth Night, Act III., so. ii. 

Leo. — A Geographical History of Africa. Translated by 
[1201] John Pory. Map. Folio. Lond. 1600. 

See also Kamusio, I. i. [2027] ; Pukchas, II. 749 [2073] ; Mukeay [1344]. 
Mercator. — Historia Mundi ; or, Mercator's Atlas, containing 
[1203] his Cosmographicall Description of the Fabricke and 
Figure of the World. Enlarged by Jvdocvs Hondy. Englished 
by W. S. [Wye Saltonstall]. 4to. Lond. 1635. 

Abbott. — A Briefe Description of the \A^hole \A^orld. By 
[1207] Archbishop (George) Abbott. 18mo. Lond. 1664. 



CATALOGUE. 



Heylyn. — Cosmography : the Chorography and History of the 
[1209] Whole World, and all the Principal Kingdoms, Provinces, 
Seas, and Isles Thereof. By Peter Heylyn. Folio. 1677. 

Cluverii Introductio in Universam Geographiam, ac Notis 
[1211] Additamentis, et Annotationibus Bunone, Hekelii et 
Eeiskii. 46 Maps. Small 4to. Amsterdam, 1697. 

Visscher. — Atlas Minor. Nicholas Visseher. 152 Maps. 

[1212] Folio. Amsterdam [1705?]. 

Atlas Geographicus : or, a Compleat System of Geography 

[1214] Ancient and Modern. With Maps by Moll, Sanson's 
Tables, &c. 5 Vols. 4to. 1711-1717. 

I. and II. — Europe, with 68 maps (Queen Anne's Copy with Autograph) 1711. 

III. — Asia, with 31 maps 1712. 

IV. — Africa, with 17 maps 1714. 

V. — America, Terra Australis, &c., with 30 maps 1717. 

Osborne. — Discourse Concerning Geography, Navigation, Com- 
merce and Travel, with a Description of Europe (1747). By 
T. Osborne. Hakley, I. pp. i.-lviii j 1-7 [2087]. 

Hutton. — The Tour of Africa, with Accounts of the Manners 
[1216] and Customs of the Inhabitants. Selected and arranged 
by Catherine Hutton. 3 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1819-21. 

Malte-Brun's Universal Geography : Description of all Parts 
[1219] of the World. 9 Vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1834. 

Vol. I.^ — Mathematical, Physical, and Political Principles of Geography. 
II.- — Asia (with the exception of India). 
III. — India and Oceanica. 
IV. — Africa, and Adjacent Islands. 
V. — America, and Adjacent Islands. 
VI. ^Europe : Turkey, Hungary, and Russia. 
VII. — Europe: Prussia, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. 
VIII. — Europe : Spain, Portugal, France, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, 
and Holland. 
IX. — Great Britain and Ireland. Index. 

Atlas, containing forty maps, to illustrate Malte-Brun's Universal Geography. 
[1220] 4to. Philadelphia, 1832. 

Dower, &c. — New General Atlas ; Forty seven Maps engraved 
[1225] by J. Dower, &c. 4to. Lond. 1852. 

System of Universal Geography, Founded on the Works of 
[1228] Malte-Brun and Balbi. 8vo. Lond. 1859. 

Vulliet. — Scenes et Aventures de Voyages : I'Etude de la 
[1230] Geographie. 3 Vols. 12mo. Paris, 1865. 

■Winwood Reade. — The African Sketch- Book; including 
[1231] Travels in Equatorial and Western Africa. 

2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1873. 

Johnston's (Keith) General Dictionary of Geography, 

[1233] Descriptive, Physical, Statistical and Historical; a Com- 
plete Gazetteer of the World. Medium 8vo. Lond. 1877. 

Johnston's Handy Royal Atlas of Modern Geography. 45 
[1234] Maps, and Index of 59,000 Places. 4to. Edin. 1880. 







N?I214. 



" ' > ; '.i' 



MODERN GEOGRAPHY. 



Johnston's Historical Atlas [Europe] : Thirty-four Maps. With 
[1235] descriptive Text and Indices. 2 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1880. 

Johnston. — ^Geography ; Physical, Historical, Political, and De- 
[1236] scriptive. By Keith Johnston, jun. 12ino. Lond. 1880. 

Freeman. — The Historical Geography of Europe. By 

[1237] Edward A. Freeman, LL.D. 8vo. Lond. 1881. 

Atlas of Sixty-five Maps. 8vo. Lond. 1881. 

Faunthorpe. — Geography of the British Colonies and Pos- 

[1238] sessions. By Rev. J. P. Faunthorpe. 12mo. Lond. 1881. 
Letts's British Imperial Atlas, containing 84 Maps and Index. 

[1240] Folio. Lond. 1881. 

Stanford's London Atlas of Universal Geography. Forty-four 

[1243] Coloured Maps. Royal 4to. Lond. 1882. 

Richardson. — A Manual of Modern Geography ; Physical 

[1245] and Political. By John Richardson, M.A. 12mo. 1882. 
Richardson's Smaller Manual of Modern Geography. 

[1246] 12mo. Lond. 1886. 

Bevan.— Student's Manual of Modern Geography; Mathe- 

[1248] matical. Physical and Descriptive. 12mo. Lond. 1884. 

Stanford's Compendium of Geography and Travel, based 
on Hellwald's " Die Erde und Ihre Volke," with Ethnological 
Appendices, by A. H. Keene. 6 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1879-85. 
[1250] Europe. By F. W. Rudler and G. G. Chisholm. Edited 

by Sir Andrew C. Ramsay. 1885. 

1251] Asia. Edited by Sir Richard Temple, Bart. 1882. 

1252' Australasia. Edited by Alfred Russel "Wallace. 1879. 
1253" Africa. Edited by Keith Johnston, jun. 1879. 

1254] North America. Edited by F. V. Hayden, and A. R. 0. 

Selwyn, C.M.G. 1883. 

[1255] Central America, the West Indies, and South America. 
Edited by H. W. Bates, F.R.S. 1879. 

Bevan.— Royal Relief Atlas of all Parts of the World : Thirty- 
[1257] one Maps. With Physical, Political, and Statistical 
Descriptions. By G. Phillips Bevan. 4to. Lond. 1885. 

Mackay. — Manual of Modern Geography, embracing a Com- 
[1258] plete Development of the River Systems of the Globe. By 
Rev. Alex. Mackay, LL.D. 12mo. Lond. 1885. 

Sutherland. — A New Geography for Australian Pupils. By 
[1259] Alexander Sutherland. 12mo. Melbourne, 1885. 

Hale (Eev. E.) Place of Geography in Education— P.B.G.S. xvi. 450. 1872. 

Jolinston (Keith) Geography, &c., of Africa— Ency. Brit. i. 245. 1875. 

Maclaren (Charles) America, North and South — Ency. Brit. i. 669. 1875. 

Strachey (Sir R.) Asia : Geography, Ethnology, &c. — Ency. Brit. ii. 683. 1875. 
Webster (H. A.) Europe : Geography, Ethnology, &c. — Ency. BRiT.viii. 680. 1878. 
Rawson (Sir R. W.) Territorial Partition Coast of Africa— P.R.G.S. vi. 615. 1884. 
Keltie (J. Scott) Report on Geographical Education — R.G.S. Supp. P. i. 1886. 
Exhibition of AppUances used in Geographical Education: Catalogue — E.G. S. 1886. 
Exhibition of Geographical Appliances : Lectures, &c. — P.R.6.S.(N.S.) viii. 1886. 



CATALOGUE. 



§ 4.-THE ART OF TRAVEL, NAVIGATION, &c. 

Sphaera Mundi, sive Cosmographia . . . Astronomise, Geogra- 
[1281] phiae, ac Hydi-ographise Rudimenta. Authore Orontio Finaeo 
Delphinate. With Diagrams. Also, De Speculo ustorio, 
1 Vol. 4to. Lutetiae [Paris], 1551. 

The Cosmographical Glasse, conteinyng the Pleasant Prin- 
[1282] ciples of Cosmographie, Geographie, Hydrographie or 
Navigation. By William Cuningham. Folio. Lond. 1559. 

Davis (John) The Worldes Hydrographioal Description (1595) and The Seamans 
Secrets, wherein is taught three kinds of Sayling ; with Tyde Table, &c. (1607). 
— Hakluyt Soc. LIX. [2172] ; Supplement to Hakluyt, p. 51. [2070.] 

Davis (John) A Ruter for sayling into the East India, upon experience of 
five voyages.— PuRCHAS, I, pt. 2, 444. [2072.] 

Motyson (Fynes) Itinerary and Guide for Travel through Europe and the British 
Islands— § 14. [2815.] 

Motta (Alexo da) Rontier des Indies Orientales. — Thevenot, I. No. 25. [2077.] 

Commendations of Navigation, an art worthie of the care of the most Worthie, the 
Necessitie, Commodite, Dignitie thereof. — Pukchas, I. pt. 1, 17. [2071.] 

Of the Improvement of Navigation in later times, and of Magnetical and Astro- 
nomical Instruments first applied to Navigation. — Purchas, I. Pt. 2, p. 1. 
[2072.] 

Instructions and Directions for Forren Travel! in the 

[1283] Kingdomes and States of Christendome, Turkey and the 
Levant. By James Howell. IBmo. Lond. 1650. 

Colom. — Zee-Atlas, oste Water-Wereldt Door Arnold 

[1284] Colom. 1 7 Maps, coloured. Folio. Amsterdam [1650]. 
The Lighting Colomne or Sea-Mirrour of the Northern 
[1285] and Western Coasts of Europe setting forth the Ports, 
Bays, Rivers, Roads, Depths and Sands. Also Instructions in 
the Art of Navigation, <fec. Folio. Amsterdam, 1670. 

The Longitude Found — by an Easie and Speedy Way. By 
[1286] Henry Bond. With Diagrams. Small 4to. Lond. 1676. 

The Mariner's Magazine stor'd with Mathematical Arts and 
[1287] the Rudiments of Navigation, Gunnery, Tables of 
Logarithms, &c. By Samuel Sturmy. Folio. Lond. 1679. 

The Traveller's Oracle: Maxims for Locomotion, on Foot or 
[1289] on Horsebacli, in Stages, Post Chaises, or Private Carriages. 
By William Kitchener, M.D. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1827. 

Roads and Railroads, Vehicles, and Modes of Travelling, 
[1290] Ancient and Modern. 12mo. Lond. 1839. 

What to Observe ; or, The Traveller's Remembrancer. By 

[1291] J. R. Jaclison and Norton Shaw. 8vo. Lond. 1861. 

Young (J. R.) Navigation and Nautical Astronomy. — Okr's Circle v. [1666.] 
Mann. — General Hints to Emigrants ; the Fields Open, the 
[1292] Voyage, Settling, &c. 12mo. Lond. 1866. 

The Sailor's Word Book: Digest of Nautical Terms, <fec. •• By 
[1293] Admiral W. H. Smyth. 8vo. Lond. 1867. 



ART OF TRAVEL, NAVIGATION, ETC. 9 

A Manual of Scientific Enquiry for the Use of Travellers. 

[1294] Edited by Robert Main. 12ino. Lond. 1871. 

Our Ocean Highways : A Condensed Universal Hand Gazetteer 

[1295] and Route Book, by Ocean, River, or Rail. By J. M. 

Dempsey and William Hughes. Maps. 8vo. Lond. 1871. 
Papers on Arctic Geography and Ethnography. For 

the Arctic Expedition of 1875— § 12 [2698]. 
The Art of Travel, or Shifts and Contrivances available in 

[1298] Wild Countries. By Francis Galton, F.R.S. 12mo. 1876. 
Shifts and Expedients of Camp Life, Travel, and Explora- 

[1299] tion. By B. W. Lord and T. Baines. 8vo. Lond. 1876. 
The Pocket Doctor for the Traveller and Colonist. By Harry 

[1301] Leach, M.R.C.P. 12mo. S. W. Silver & Co, Lond. 1878. 
International Dictionary for Naturalists and Sportsmen, 

[1302] in English, French, and German. By Edwin Simpson- 
Baikie. 8vo. Lond. [1879.] 

Hydrographical Surveying : Means and Methods employed in 

[1303] Constructing Marine Charts. By Capt. W. J. L. Wharton, 
Hydrographer to the Admiralty. 8vo. Lond. 1882. 

Hints to Travellers. Edited by a Committee of the Royal Geo- 

[1304] graphical Society. Fifth Edition. 12mo. Lond. 1884. 
The Orient Line Guide for the Voyage between England and 

[1306] Australia. Edited by W. J. Loftie. 8vo. Lond. 1885. 

Contains Chapters on Seamanship, Navigation, Routes, European Cities, and 
the Australian Colonies. With Views, Maps, and Charts. 

Murray's Hand-Books for Travellers — See under different 
Countries, § 14, et. seq. 

PAPERS IN R.G.S. "JOURNAL," "ENCYCLO. BRITANNICA," &c. 

Regulations for Geographical Societies in the Colonies— J. R. 6. S. iii. 24. 1833. 

Jackson (Col.) On Geographical Nomenclature — J. R.G.S. iv. 72. 1834. 

Instnictions for Making Meteorological Observations — J.R.G.S. v. 367 1835. 

Jackson, Picturesque Descriptions in Books of Travel — J.R.G.S. v. 381. 1835. 

Sykes, Use of Thermometer to Determine Heights — J.R.G.S. viii. 435. 1838. 

Leake (Col.) Stade as a Linear Measure — J.R.G.S. ix. 1. 1839. 

Progress of Geographical Discovery — J.R.G.S. xiii. 194. 1843. 

Blanchard, Memo, on Globe at Frankfort, date 1520— J.R.G.S. xviii. 45. 1848. 

Colthurst (Miss) Standards of Vertical Distances— J.R.G.S. xi.x. 192. 1849. 

Yorke (Col. P.) Remarks on Aneroid Barometer — J.R.G.S. xxi. 35. 1851. 

Buist (Dr.) Aneroid Barometer for Surveying in India— J.R.G.S. xxL 42. 1851. 

Norris (E.) Places with Two Names— J.R.G.S. xxiv. 318. 1854. 

Fitzroy (Adm.) and R-tper (Henry) Hints to Travellers— J. R.G.S. xxiv. 328. 1854. 

Smyth (Adm.) Instruments Requisite for Travellers — J.R.G.S. xxiv. 334. 1854. 

Beechey (Adm. F. W.) Instruments for Observation— J. R.G.S. xxiv. 337. 1854. 

Sykes (Col.) Thermometers to determine Heights — J.R.G.S. xxiv. 340. 1854. 

Galton (Francis) Outfit for an Explorer— J.R.G.S. xxiv. 345. 1854. 

Galton, On Exploration of Arid Countries— P. R.G.S. ii 60. 1858. 

Galton, Sun Signals— P. R.G.S. iv. 14. 1860. 

Herschel (Sir J.) New Projection of the Sphere— J.R.G.S. xxx. 100. 1860. 

James (Sir H.) Projection of Maps— J.R.G.S. xxx. 106. 1860. 

Instruments for Observing Longitude on Land — J.R.G.S. xxx. 315. 1860. 

Spottiswoode, Longitude by Moon's Greatest Altitude — P. R.G.S. v. 234. 1861. 



10 CATALOGUE. 



Back, Collinson, Galton, Hints to Travellers (revised) — J.R.G.S. xxxiv. 1864. 

Kirk, On Equipment of Livingstone's Expeditions — J.R.6. S. xxxiv. 290. 1864. 

Pole (Prof. W.) Photography for Travellers— J.R.G.S. xxxiv. 293. 1864. 

George (Comm. 0.) On the Projection of Routes— J.R.G.S. xxxiv. 296. 1864. 

Bates (H. W.) Collection of Objects of Natural History— J. R.G.S. xxxiv. 306. 1864. 

Galton, Stereo. Maps from Models of Mtns. Countries — J.R.G.S. xxxv. 99. 1865. 

Hints to Travellers by Back, Galton, &c. (third edition)— P. R.G.S. xvi. 1872. 

Ross-King (Lt.-Col.) Names of Places in Geography — P.R.G.S. xix. 134. 1875. 

"Warren (Col.) Reconnaissance of a New Country — P.R.G.S. xix. 155. 1875. 

Anemometer, or Wind Measurer — Ency. Bkit. ii. 24. 1875. 

Buchan (Alex.) Barometer — Enct. Bkit. iii. 381. 1875. 

Thomson (Sir Wyville) Dredge — Enoy. Brit. vii. 1877. 

Butler (F. H.) The Mariner's Compass — Ency. Brit. vi. 225. 1877. 

Clarke (Col. A. R.) Figure of the Earth— Enoy. Brit. vii. 597. 1877. 

Clarke, Mathematical Geography — Ency. Brit. x. 197. 1879. 

Clarke, Geodesy — Ency. Brit. x. 163. 1879. 

Clarke, Projection of the Sphere — Ency. Brit. x. 200. 1879. 

Coote (C. H.) and Newton (A. V.) Globes— Ency. Brit. x. 680. 1879. 

Galton (F.) Constrn. of Isochronic Passage-Charts— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)iii. 657. 1881. 

Markham, Astronomy, Navigation, Mapping, &c. — P.R.G.S. (N.S.)iv. 296. 1882. 

Moriarty (H. A.) Log: Ground, Screw, Electric, &c. — Ency. Brit. xiv. 1882. 

Ruge (Sophus) Map and Map-Making — Ency. Brit. xv. 515. 1883. 

Moriarty (H. A.) Navigation, History and Practice of^ENCY. Brit. xvii. 1884. 

System of Orthography for Native Names— P. R. G. S. (N.S.) vii. 1885. 
Littledale (R. F.) Pilgrimages : Ancient, Indian, Mohammedan, Christian, Roman, 

&c.— Ency. Brit. xix. 90 1885. 



§5.-HIST0RY OF DISCOVERY, COMMERCE, AND 
COLONIZATION. 

Vining. — -An Inglorious Columbus : Evidence that Buddhist 
[1319] Monks Discovered America in the Fifth Century, a.d. By 
E. P. Vining. 8vo. New York, 1885. 

This work contains the original Account of the Discovery of "rusang"in 
Chinese (with translation) ; also translations and reprints of the Essays and 
Papers on the subject by MM. De Guignes (1761), Klaproth (1831), De Paravey 
(1844), Prof. Neumann, Jose Perez (1862), Dr. A. Godron (1868), Gustave Eichthal 
(1865), and many other eminent writers and savants. 

See also Galvano, Discoveries of the World — Hakluyt See. pp. 19-20. [2142.] 

Arber.— First Three English Books on America ; chiefly 
[1320] Compilations by Richard Eden from the Writings of Peter 
Martyr, Sebastian Munster, Sebastian Cabot, <fec. 
Edited by Edward Arber. 4to. Birmingham, 1885. 

I. — Of the Newe Landes and of ye People Fonnde by the Messengers of Kynge 

Emanuel of Portyngale, &o. [Antwerp, 1511.?] 

II. — Treatise of the Newe India, Landes and Islandes as well Eastwarde as 
Westwarde. From Sebastian Munster. [Lond. 1553.] 

III. — Decades of the Newe Worlde or West India ; Navigations and Conquestes 
of the Spanyardes. From Peter Martyr. Lond. 1555. 

Pope Alexander Vlth's Bull dividing the New World between the 
Spaniards and Portuguese, 4th May, 1493. Latin and English. 

Natural History of the West Indies. From video y Valdeo. 

Discourse of the Voyage by the Spanyardes Round the AVorld, with Maxi- 
milian's Letter and Pigafetta's Declaration. 

Gomara's Account of the Debate and Strife between the Spanyardes and 
Portugales, at the Badajoz Conference, 1524. 

Descriptions of Moscovia and Cathay, and other Notable things concerning 
the Indies. 

English Voyages to Gninea, &c. 



HISTORY OF MARITIME DISCOVERY, ETC. 11 

Martyr. — Historic of the West Indies, containing the Actea 
[1321] and Adventures of the Spaniards, which have Conquered 
and Peopled those Countries. . . . With varietie of pleasant 
relation of the Manners, Ceremonies, Lawes, Governments, 
and Warres of the Indians. [From the Decades of Peter 
Martyr d'Anghleria.] Published in Latin by Hakluyt and 
Translated by Michael Lok. Small 4to. Lond. [1612]. 

Las Casas (Bartholomew) Brief Relation of the Destruction of the Indies by the 
Spaniards, 1542 — Purchas, IV. pp. 1568-1692 [2075] ; KELrs's Spanish 
Conquest in America [1354]. 

Galvano's Discoveries of the "World from their Fii'st Original unto the Year of Onr 
Lord, 1555. English Translation, Edited by Richard Hakluyt (1601)— 
Supplement to Hakluyt [2070] ; Purohas, II. pp. 1671-1692 [2073] ; 
Harleian Collection, II. 353-402 [2088] ; Clarke s Maritime Discovery, 
Appendix, pp. 1-74 [1340]. 
Revised Translation, with Portuguese Text, Edited by Admiral Bethune, 
for the Hakhtst Society, 1862. See [2142]. 

Barros and Da Couto. — Da Asia de Joao de Barros e de Diego 
[1323] Couto. Nova Edigao. 24 Vols. 12mo. Lisbon, 1778-88. 

Thevet. — Singularities de la France Antarctique [South 
[1325] America] 1558. Nouvelle Edition, avec Notes et Com- 
mentaires par Paul Caffarol. 8vo. Paris, 1878. 

Benzoni's History of the New "World (1572) — De Bry, Geaitos "Voyages, IV. V. 

VI. [2033-35] ; Hakluyt Soc. [2133]. 
Acosta's Natural and Moral History of the Indies (1588) — De Bry, Grands 

Voyages, Pt. IX. [2038] ; Hakluyt Society, LX. and LXI. [2174-75]. 
Ambassages, Letters, Privileges, &c., appertaining to English Voyages during the 

15th and 16th Centuries— Hakluyt [2061- 64]. 

Herrera. — Historia General de los Indias Occidentales ; 

[1326] b de los Hechos de los Castellanos en las Islas y Tierra 
Firme del Mar Oceano, escrita por Antonia de Herrera (1601). 
En ocho decadas. 4 Vols. Folio. Madrid, 1725-30. 

[1327] English Translation : General History of America, &c. By Capt. 
John Stevens. 5 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1725-26. 

^Vytf^iet. — Histoire Universelle des Indes Occidentales et 
[1328] Orientales et de la Conversion des Indiens. . . . Par Cornille 
Wytfliet, Anthoine Magin, &c. Folio. Maps. Douay, 1611. 

Godhino de Eredia. — Malaca, I'lnde Meridionals, et le Cathay 
[1329] (1613) Reproduit en fac-simile etTraduitpar Leon Janssen, 
avec Preface de Ch. Ruelens. 4to. Brussels, 1882. 

Monson (Sir W. ) Naval Tracts, treating of the Actions of the English by Sea 

under Elizabeth and James I.— Churchill, III. 139-500 [2083]. 
Locke (John) History of Navigation, with Catalogue of Voyages (1704) — 

Churchill, I. pp. ix-xciv. [2081] ; Clarke's Maritime Discovery, Appendix, 

pp. 75-202 [1340]. 
History of Commerce of the Idumeans, Israelites, Tynans, Egyptians, Greeks, 

and Romans — Harris, I. [2094]. 
History of Indian and Oriental Trade as carried on through Egypt, Constantinople, 

&c., from the Earliest Times — ibid. 
History of the Portuguese, English, Dutch, French, Austrian, Danish, and 

Swedish Commerce with the East Indies — ibid. 



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Barrington. — Miscellanies by the Hon. Daines Barrington. 
[1332] 4to. Lond. 1781. 

Tracts on the Possibility of Reaching the North Pole ; whether the Turkey was 
known before the Discovery of America ; the Migration of Birds ; of the Deluge ; 
Ohthere's Voyage and the Geography of the Ninth Century ; Journal of a 
Spanish Voyage in 1775, to Explore the Western Coast of North America. 

Raynal. — A Philosophical and Political History of Euro- 
[1333] peans in the East and West Indies. By the Abbe Raynal. 
Translated by J. O. Justamond. 5 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1787. 

Robertson. — On the Discovery and Settlement of America : 

[1334] Historical Disquisition on the East Indies. By William 
Robertson, D.D. (1791). New Edition. 8vo. Lond. 1837. 

Anderson's History of Commerce, and of the Commercial 
[1336] Interests of the British Empire. [By Adam Anderson.] 

Revised and Continued. 6 Vols. 8vo. Dublin, 1790. 

Anderson was for forty years Clerk in the South Sea House, and afterwards, 
till his death in 1765, chief Clerk of the Stock and New Annuities. 

Macpherson. — Annals of Commerce, Manufactures, Fish- 
[1337-38] eries, and Navigation. [Based in part upon Anderson's 
Work.] Also, History of European Commerce with India. By 
David Macpherson. 5 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1805-12. 

Clarke. — The Progress of Maritime Discovery from the 
[1340] Earliest Times. Voyages of the Ancients and of the Portu- 
guese to 1500. By James Stanier Clarke. 4to. Lond. 1803. 

Thompson's Alcedo. The Geographical and Historical Dic- 
[1341] tionary of America and the West Indies of Don Antonio 
de Alcedo. With Additions from Modern Voyages and Travels 
by G. A. Thompson. 5 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1812-15. 

Arrowsmith's Atlas to Thompson's Alcedo, containing 19 
[1342] large Maps. Folio. Lond. 1816. 

Murray.— Historical Account of Discoveries in Africa, Asia, 

[1344] and North America. From the Earliest Times. By Hugh 
Murray, F.R.S.E. 7 Vols. 8vo. Edin. 1818-29. 

Burney (Adm.) History of Voyages towards the North-East to 1819— § 12. [2614.] 
Barrow, History of Arctic Voyages to 1818 and 1846— § 12. [2613] and [2648.] 

Stevenson. — Historical Sketch of the Progress of Discovery, 
[1345] Navigation, and Commerce . . . to the beginning of the 
19th Century. By Wm. Stevenson. 8vo. Edin. 1824. 

Cooley. — History of Maritime and Inland Discovery. 
[1346] By W. D. Cooley. 3 Vols. 12mo. Lond. [1831.] 

Vol. I. — Geography of the Ancients, and of the Middle Ages. 
II. — Modern Voyages, Columbus to Anson. 
III. — Cook, La Perouse, Parry, Ross, Humboldt, &c. 

Martin. — History of the British Colonies. By R. Mont- 
[1347] gomery Martin. Maps. 5 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1834. 
Vol. I. Possessions in Asia. 11. The West Indies. III. North America. 
IV. Africa, Australasia, &c. V. European Colonies, Gibraltar, Ionian 
Islands, Heligoland, &c. 



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Martin's Statistics of the British Colonies. With Map 
[1348] and Plates of Seals, &c. Royal 8vo. Lond. 1839. 

Martin, — The British Colonial Library : Hist ory, Geography, 

[1349] Geology, Climate, Natural History, Resources, Government, 

Commerce, Monetary System, Religion, Population, &c., of each 

Settlement ; founded on Official and Public Documents. By 

R. Montgomery Martin. 10 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1837-44. 

Vol. I. The Canadas, Upper and Lower. 

II. New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, Swan River.and South Australia. 

III. Cape of Good Hope, Maurititis, and Seychelles. 

IV. West Indies, Vol. I. — Jamaica, Honduras, Trinidad, Tobago, Grenada, 

the Bahamas, and the Virgin Isles. 
V. West Indies, Vol. II. — Barbados, St. Lucie, St. Vincent, Demerara, 
Essequibo, Berbice, Anguilla, Tortola, St. Kitts, Barbuda, Antigua, 
Montserrat, and Dominica. 
VI. Nova Scotia, New Branswick, Cape Breton, Prince Edward's Isle, and 
Newfoundland. 
VII. Gibraltar, Malta, the Ionian Islands, &c. 
VIII. & IX. Possessions of the East India Company. 2 Vols. 

X. The British Possessions in the Indian and Atlantic Oceans, viz. Ceylon, 
Penang, Malacca, Singapore, Sierra Leone, the Gambia, Cape Coast 
Castle, Accra, The Falkland Islands, St. Helena, and Ascension. 

Humboldt. — Works of Baron Alex, von Humboldt, includ- 
[1350] ing his Travels in America. Lond. and Paris, v. d. 

Personal Narrative of Travels in America (1799-1804). By Alex. Humboldt 
and Aime Bonpland. 7 vols, in 8. 8vo. 1819-29. 

Political Essay on the Kingdom of New Spain. 4 vols. Plates. 8vo. 1822. 

Plates to the Essay on New Spain (another set). 8vo. 1811. 

Eesearches concerning the Institutions and Monuments of the Ancient Inhabi- 
tants of America, with Descriptions of the Cordilleras. 2 vols. 8vo 1814. 

Atlas Pittoresque : Vues de Cordilleras et Monuments des Peuples Indigenes 
de I'Am^rique. 69 Plates, some coloured. Large Folio. Paris, 1810. 

A Geognostical Essay on the Superposition of Rocks. 8vo. 1823. 

Examen Critique de I'Histoire de la Geographic du Nouveau Continent et 
des Progrfes de I'Astronomie Nautique aux XV° et XVI° Siecles. With 
Maps. 5 vols, [and Index]. 12mo. Paris, 1836-39. 

Aspects of Nature in Different Lands and Climates. 2 vols. 12mo. 1849. 

Cosmos: Physical Description of the ITniveree. 5 vols. 12mo. 1849-58. 

Life of Humboldt, by J. Lowenberg, R. Ave-Lallemand, and Alfred Dove ; 
Edited by Karl Bruhns and TranSated by Lassell. 2 vols. 8vo. 1873. 

Smith. — Discovery of America by the Northmen in the Tenth 
[1351] Century. By J. Toulmin Smith. 12mo. Lond. 1842. 

Scandinavian Discovery of North America — J.R.G.S. viii. 114. 1838. 

American Antiquities, Copenhagen Museum — J.R.G.S. xiv. 316. 1844. 

Lost Colonies, N. America, &c. § 12 [2639]— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)vii. 25. 1885. 



Craik. — History of British 
[1352] Times. By G. L. Craik. 



Commerce from the Earliest 
3 Vols. 18mo. Lond. 1844. 



Vitet.— Histoire de Dieppe. Voyages et Decouvertes des Navi- 
[1353] gators Dieppois. Par L. Vitet. 12mo. Paris, 1844. 

Shillinglaw (J. J.) Narrative of Arctic Discovery to 1851— § 12. [2656.] 

Helps.— The Spanish Conquest in America and its Relation 
[1354] to the History of Slavery and the Government of Colonies. 
By [Sir] Arthur Helps. 4 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1855-61. 



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Calendar of State Papers, preserved in Her Majesty's Public 
[1356] Record Office, and elsewhere. Colonial Series. Edited by 
W. Noel Sainsbury, Esq. Vols. I. to VII. 

Imp. 8vo. Lend. 1860-84. 
Vol. I. — America and West Indies, 1574-1660. 

II. — East Indies, China, and Japan, 1513-1616. 
III. — East Indies, China, and Japan, 1617-1621. 
IV. — East Indies, China, and Japan, 1622-1624. 
V. — America and West Indies, 1661-1668. 
VI.— East Indies, 16251629. 
These volumes include an analysis of early Colonial Papers in the Public 
Record OiEce, the India Office, and the British Museum. 

Jonge. — De Opkomst van het Nederlandsch Gezag in Oost-Indie. 
[1357] J. K. J. de Jonge. Vols. I. to XI. 8vo. Hague, 1862-83. 
Documentary Annals of the Netherlands East Indies, 17th to 19th Century. 

Mendoza. — Coleccion de Documentos Ineditos, Relatives 

[1358] al Descubrimiento, Conquista y Organizacion de las Anti- 

guas Posesiones Espafiolas en America y Oceania, sacados de 

los Archives del Reino, y muy especialmente del de Indias. 

Por D. Luis Torres de Mendoza, con la cooperacion competente. 

15 Vols. 8vo. Madrid, 1864-71. 

Bury. — Exodus of the W^estern Nations: Account of the 
[1359] Colonisation of Virginia and Canada. By Viscount Bury. 

2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1865. 

Woods, History of Discovery and Exploration in Australia to 1865 — § 70. [4756.] 
Howitt (Wm.) History of Discovery in Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand 
to 1865— ibid. [4757.] 

Margry. — Les Navigations Frangaises et la Revolution 
[1360] Maritime du XIV« au XVP Si6cle. Par Pierre Margry. 

12mo. Paris, 1867. 

Major. — Life of Prince Henry the Navigator; Narrative of 
[1362] the Discovery by Sea, within one century, of more than 
Half the World. By R. H. Major, F.S.A. 8vo. Lond. 1868. 



New Edition. — The Discoveries 
[1363] Navigator, and their Results. 



of Prince Henry, the 
8vo. Lond. 1877. 



Stevens. — Historical and Geographical Notes on the 
[1366] Earliest Discoveries in America, 1453-1530. By Henry 
Stevens. With Photo-lithograph fac-similes of 16 of the earliest 
known Maps of America. 8vo. Newhaven, U.S. 1869. 



Bourne. — The Story of Our Colonies. 

[1368] 



By H. R. Fox-Bourne. 
12mo. Lond. 1869. 



Lindsay. — History of Merchant Shipping and Ancient 
[1370] Commerce. By W. S. Lindsay. 4 Vols. 8vo. 1874-76. 

Murchison. — Life, Letters, and Journals of Sir Roderick Tmpey 
[1371] Murchison, President of the Royal Geographical Society. 
Edited by Arch. Geikie. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1875. 



Of the 

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O wnerfliip of the SEA 

TWO BOOKS. 

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prtetiey asrveUai the Land. 
Jn the Second ii proved, that the Vomtnion of the British Sea, or that 

ivhich mompa(feth the Ifle of Gr e at Br i ta i n, it, ar.dever hath been^ a 

Fart or Appendant of the Empire of that Ifland. 

Writen at firft in Latin, and Entitulcd, 

MARE C LAUSUM 

SEU, 

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Tranflated into Englijh -, and fct forth with fom Additiond 
Evidences and Difcourfts, 

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Cartas de Indias, publicalas por primero vez el Mirdsterio de 

[1373] Fomento. Letters of Columbus, Vespucci, Las Casas, Bernal 
Diaz, &c. Plates and Maps. Folio. Madrid, 1877. 

Payne. — History of European Colonies. By Edward J. 

[1374] Payne. With Maps. 18mo. Lond. 1877. 

Markham (C. R.) Progress of Geographical Discovery— Ency. Bkit. x. 175. 1879. 
Whymper.— The Sea ; its Stirring Story of Adventure, Peril, 

[1375] and Heroism. By F. Whymper. Illustrated. 

4 Vols. 4to. Cassell, London. [1878-81.] 
Parkman. — France and England in North America. By 

[1376] Francis Parkman. 10 Vols. 8vo. Boston, 1878-85. 

Pioneers of France in the New World. 

The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century. 

La Salle and the Discovery of the Great West. 

The Old Regime in Canada. 

Count Frontenao and New France under Louis XIV. 

Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War after the Conquest, 2 Vols. 

The Oregon Trail : Sketches of Prairie and Eocky Mountain Life. 

Montcalm and Wolfe, 2 Vols. 

Camoens. — Os Lusiados (The Lusiads) and Rhytbmas, or 
[1378] Lyrics, of Luis de Camoens j his Sonnets, Odes, &c. Eng- 
lished by Sir Richard F. Burton, K.C.M.G. With Life, Geo- 
graphical Commentary, &c. 6 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1880-4. 
Bettencourt. — Descobrimentos, Guerras, e Conquistas dos 
[1379] Portuguezes em Terras do Ultramar, Seculos XV. e XVI. 
Por E. A. de Bettencourt. Folio. Lisbon, 1881-82. 

Haydn's Dictionary of Dates. Edited by Benjamin Vincent. 
[1381] New Edition. 8vo. Lond. 1885. 

*^* See also the Annual Presidential Addresses on the Progress of 
Geography in the Journals and Proceedings of the Royal 
Geographical Society. The Publications of the Hakluyt 
Society mostly contain Historical Introductions. 



§ 6.-EC0N0MICS AND POLITICS; 

INCLUDING EMIGRATION, TRADE, COMMERCE, INDUSTRY, 
STATISTICS, INTERNATIONAL AND COLONIAL LAW. 

*^* Works relating to the several Colonies are inserted under 
tJieir respective headings. 

Xenophon, The Economist of. With a Preface by John 

[1403] Ruskin. 12mo. Orpington, Kent, 1876. 

Plato's Republic, Translated, with Analysis and Introduction, 

[1404] by B. Jowett, M.A. 8vo. Oxford, 1881. 

Butler. — Colonial Policy of the Ancients. By William J. 

[1405] Butler. Prize Essay. 8vo. Cambridge, 1840. 

Justinian's Institutes (a.d. 533), with Introduction, Transla- 

[1406] tion, and "Notes, by T. Collett Sandars. 8vo. Lond. 1883. 



16 OATALOaUE. 



Hunter's Roman Law, embodying the Institutes of Gaius and 
[1407] of Justinian. 8vo. Lond. 1876. 

MuiBHEAD (Prof. James) Roman Law ; from the Regal Period to Justinian — 
Enot. Brit. xx. pp. 669-715. 1886. 

The Libel of English Policie, exhorting all England to Keepe 
the Sea, and namely the narrowe sea : shewing what profite 
commeth thereof, and also what worship and salvation to 
England and to all Englishmen (in rhyme). Temp. Hen. VI. 
— Hakluyt's Voyages, Vol. I. pp. 187-208. [2061.] 
Bull of Pope Alexander the Sixth, dividing the New World between 
the Spaniards and the Portuguese. 1493. 
EXAMPLAK BULLAE SER DONATIONIS 
Autoritat cuius, Episcopus Romanus Alexandeb 
eius nominis sextus, concessit <fe donavit Castellse Regi 
bus & suis successoribus, Regiones & 
Insulas Novi Orbis. 
The same Englished : — 
The Coppie of the Bull or Donation by the Authoritie "Whereof, 
Pope Alexander the Syxte of that name, gave and graunted 
to the Kynges of Castyle and theyr successours the Regions 
and Ilandes founde in the Weste Ocean sea by the navigations 
of Spanyards — 
See [1321] Edbn'sedition of Peter Martyr's Decades. 
[1320J Arber's First English Books on America. 
The same (Latin and English) with Animadversions Thereon. Also, of the 
Portugal's Discontent and Compromise with the Spaniard, &c.— See [2072] 
PlTRCHAS, Vol. I. Book ii. pp. 13-28. 

More's Utopia : Translated into Englishe by Ralphe Robynson 
[1410] (1551). With Introduction and Notes by T. F. Dibdin, 
•fee, (1808). Reprinted, Boston, Lincolnshire. 8vo. 1878. 
Mundus Alter et Idem sive Terra Australis ante hac Semper 
[1411] Incognita longes itineribus peregrini Academici nuperrime 
lustrata. Auth. Mercurio Britannico [Joseph Hall, afterwards 
Bishop of Norwich]. 12mo. Hannoviae, 1607. 

A fictitious work, satiiising some of the vices of Europeans. 
Mun (T.) Answer to Objections usually made against Trade from England to the 
East Indies — Purchas, I. pt. ii. 732 [2072]. 

Grotius' Rights of "War and Peace (1625). With the Notes 
[1412] of Barbeyrac. English Translation. Folio. Lond. 1738. 

Pclsart (Francois) Commerce des Indes Orien tales : Tres Humble Remonstrance 
(1627)— Thevenot, Vol. I. No. 24 [2077]. 

Selden. — Of the Dominion or Ownership of the Sea (1635). 

[1413] By John Selden. Folio. Lond. 1652. 

Harrington's Oceana (1656), Prerogative of Popular Govern- 

[1414] ment, and other Works. Large paper, folio. Lond. 1737. 
Mun. — England's Treasure by Forraign Trade j or the Ballance 

[1415] of our Forraign Trade is the Rule of our Treasure. By 
Thomas Mun, Merchant. 12mo. Lond. 1664. 

Puffendorf s Law of Nature and Nations (1672). Kennett's 

[1416] Translation with Barbeyrac's Notes. Folio. Lond. 1729. 




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Evelyn. — Of Navigation and Commerce and Traffick in 
[1417] General; Discoveries, Wars, and Conflicts at Sea; His 
Majesty's title to the Dominion of the Sea Asserted, <fec. By 
John Evelyn. 12mo. Lond. 1674. 

A Discourse of Money, with Reflections on the Evil State of 
[1417] the Coin of this Kingdom. 12mo. Lond. 1696. 

Temple (Sir Wm.) "Works : On Government, Trade, Popular 
[1418] Discontent, the Netherlands, &c. 4 Vols. 8vo. 1814. 

Child. — A New Discourse of Trade, the Act of Navigation, 
[1419] Naturahsation of Strangers, Ballance of Trade, Nature of 
Plantations, &c. By Sir Josiah Child. 12mo. Lond. 1693. 

Sidney's (Algernon) Discourses Concerning Government 

[1420] (1698), with Memoir and Apology. Folio. Lond. 1751. 

Stevens. — The Rule of Spanish Trade to the West Indies. 
[1421] By Capt. John Stevens. 12mo. Lond. [1702.] 

De Witt.— The Interest of Holland: Traffic, Navigation, 
[1422] Settling of Colonies, &c. By John De Witt and other 
Dutch Statesmen. 12mo. Lond. 1702. 

Purry.— Memoires sur le Pais des Cafres, Terre de Nuyts, 
[1423] &c. 18mo. Amsterdam, 1718. 

Two Memorials by Jean Pierre Puny — the first originally addressed to the 
Gov.-General of the Dutch East Indies, the second to the Representatives of the 
Dutch East India Co., Amsterdam, — On the utility of planting colonies in 
Kaffraria and in Nuyts' Land on the Southern coast of New Holland. 

English Liberties, or the Free-born Subject's Inheritance ; con- 
[1424] taining Magna Charta, Charta de Foresta, the Habeas 
Corpus Act, Parliaments, &c. 12mo. Lond. 1719. 

Wood. — A Survey of Trade and the Advantages of Colonies 
[1425] to Great Britain. By W. Wood. 12mo. Lond. 1722. 

Defoe. — Plan of the English Commerce, with Proposals for 
[1426] its Extension. [By Daniel Defoe.] 8vo. Lond. 1730. 

European Settlements in America ; Interests of the Powers 
[1429] with Respect to them, and their Political and Commercial 
Views with regard to each other. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1757. 

Molloy. — De Jure Maritimo et Navali : a Treatise of Affairs 
[1430] Maritime and of Commerce. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1769. 

Junius' S Letters. Woodfall's Edition. With Essay by Dr. 
[1431] Mason Good, Facsimile, &c. 3 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1812. 

Pownall. — The Administration of the Colonies. Their 
[1432] Rights and Constitutions. By Thomas Pownall, Secretary 

of State, late Governor of Massachusetts. 8vo. Lond. 1768. 
[1433] Fifth Edition; with Appendices. 2 Vols. Lond. 1774. 

Ljcas (S.) Charters of the Old English Colonies— § 87, United States. 
Doyle (J. A.) The American Colonies previous to Independence — ibid. 
Stokes (Anth.) Constitutions of the B. Colonies in N. America — ibid. 
LoDOB (H. Cabot) History of the Old English Colonies — ibid. 

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Campbell. — Political Survey of Britain ; its Situation, 
[1435] Lands, Inhabitants, Revenues, Colonies, and Commerce. 
By Jolin Campbell, LL.D. 2 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1774. 

Barron. — History of the Colonisation of the Free States of 
[1437] Antiquity, applied to the Contest with the American Colonies. 
Also, History of the Political Connection between England^and 
Ireland. [By Prof. Wm. Barron.] 4to. Lond. 1777-80. 

Smith's ^A/ealth of Nations (1784). With Life of the Author, 
[1439] Notes, and Dissertations, by M'Culloch. 8vo. Edin. 1863. 

[1440] Another Edition, edited by Edward Gibbon Wakefield. 

4 Vols. 18mo. Charles Knight, Lond. 1839. 

Burke's Select Works. Edited by E. J. Payne. New Edition. 
[1441] 2 Vols. 12mo. Oxford, 1883-85. 

I. — Thoughts on the Cause of the Present Discontents (1770) ; Speeches on 
American Taxation (1774), and on Conciliation with the Colonies (1775). 
II. — Keflections on the Revolution in France (1790). 

Stuart. — A View of Society in Europe : Law, Government, 
[1442] Manners. By Gilbert Stuart. 8vo. Edin. 1792. 

Peace and Reform against 'War and Corruption, in Reply 
[1443] to a Pamphlet by Arthur Young. 8vo. Lond. 1794. 

Brougham. — The Colonial Policy of the European Powers. 
[1445] By Henry [Lord] Brougham. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1803. 

The Colonial Policy of Great Britain, American Competition, 
[1446] &c. By a British Traveller. 8vo. Lond. 1816. 

Kingdom. — America and the British Colonies : Information 
[1447] relative to the United States, Canada, the Cape, N. S. "Wales, 
and V. D. Land. By William Kingdom. 8vo. Lond. 1820. 

Bentham's Principles of Morals and Legislation. Reprint 
[1448] of "Corrected Edition," 1823. 12mo. Oxford, 1879. 

Statistical Illustrations of the Territorial Extent, Population, 
[1449] Commerce, Taxation, Consumption, Insolvency, Pauperism, 
and Crime of the British Empire. 8vo. Lond. 1825. 

Huskisson's Speeches on Colonial Policy and Foreign 

[1450] Commerce. 8vo. Lond. 1825. 

The Endowed Charities of the City of London : Reports 
[1451] of the Charity Commissioners. Royal 8vo. Lond. 1829. 

Lord Suffield's Charge, and other Pamphlets. 8vo. 1 Vol : — 
[1452] 

1. Charge at Norfolk Quarter Sessions, March 10, 1830. Norwich, 1830. 

2. Letter to Lord Suffield on the Distress of the I^abourers and its Remedy. 
• By R. Mackenzie Bacon. Norwich, 1831. 

3. A Peasant's Voice to Landowners. By John Denson. Cambridge, 1830. 

4. Colonies at Home ; Means for Rendering the Industrious Labourer Inde- 

pendent of Parish Relief. By W. Allen. Lindfield, 1832. 

5. Poor Colonies at Home ! showing how the whole of our Pauper Population 

may be profitably employed in England. By a Magistrate and a 
Clergyman. Chichester, 1831. 



ECONOMICS AND POLITICS. 19 

Bannister. — Humane Policy : Justice to Aborigines of New 
[1453] Settlements. By Saxe Bannister. 8vo. Lond. 1830. 

Burn. — On Population, Emigration, Home Colonisation, &c. 
[1454] By J. Ilderton Burn. 12mo. Lond. 1832. 

■Wakefield. — ^Facts Relating to the Punishment of Death 

[1455] in the Metropolis. By E. G. Wakefield. 8vo. Lond. 1832. 

Wakefield. — ^England and America. (With Chapter on the 
[1456] Art of Colonisation, &c.) 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1833. 

W^hately. — Thoughts on Secondary Punishments, Trans- 
[1457] portation, Colonisation, &c. 8vo. Lond. 1832. 

Arthur. — Observations on Secondary Punishments, in 
[1458] Reply to Whately. By Col. Arthur. 8vo. Hobart, 1833. 

Lang. — Transportation and Colonisation : Failure of the 
[1459] Transportation System. By Dr. Lang. 12mo. Lond. 1837. 

Whately. — Remarks on Transportation, and on a Recent 
[1461] Defence of the System. 8vo. Lond. 1834. 

Taylor. — Book of Rights, or Constitutional Acts, &c., affecting 
[1462] Civil and Religious Liberty in England : Includes Magna 
Charta, Habeas Corpus, Toleration, and Reform Acts, &c. By 
Edgar Taylor. 12mo. Lond. 1833. 

Martin. — Colonial Policy of the British Empire — Govem- 
[1464] ment. By R. Montgomery Martin. 8vo. Lond. 1837. 

Aborigines' Protection Society Publications. Report of 
[1465] the Parliamentary Committee, &c. Svo. Lond. 1837-41. 

Torrens. — On W^ages and Combination. By Col. R. Torrens. 
[1466] 8vo. Lond. 1838. 

Bannister. — British Colonisation and Coloured Tribes. 
[1468] By Saxe Bannister. 12mo. Lond. 1838. 

Howitt. — Colonisation and Christianity : a Popular Hi.story 

[1469] of the Treatment of the Natives by the Europeans in all 

their Colonies. By Wm. Howitt. 12mo. Lond. 1838. 

Whately. — Account of an Expedition to the Interior of 

[1473] New Holland. Edited by Lady Mary Fox. Lond. 1839. 

[1474] Third Edition : The Southlanders. 12mo. Lond. 1860. 

A pretended Discovery of a liiglily civilised Colony in the interior of Australia, 
but really a Series of Criticisms on the State of Society in Europe, and particularly 
in Great Britain — written by Archbishop Whately and others. 

Merivale. — Lectures on Colonisation and Colonies in 

[1475] 1839-41. By Herman Merivale. 8vo. Lond. 1861. 
Matthew. — Emigration Fields : North America, the Cape, 
[1477] Australia, and New Zealand ; Colonisation, Colonial Legisla- 
tion, &c. By Patrick Matthew. 12mo. Edin. 1839. 
Buller. — Responsible Government for Colonies. [By 
[1478] Charles Buller, M.P.] 12mo. Lond. 1840. 
Martin.— The Colonial Magazine and Commercial-Maritime 
[1479] Journal. 8 Vols. Svo. Lond. 1840-42. 

c 2 



20 



CATALOGUE. 



Lewis. — An Essay on the Government of Dependencies. 

[1482] By Sir George Cornewall Lewis. 8vo. Lond. 184 L 

Bischoff. — 'Wool, 'Woollens, and Sheep : a Comprehensive 

[1483] History. By James Bischoff. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1842. 
Rules and Regulations for H.M. Colonial Service. 

[1484] New Edition. 8vo. Downing-st., 1st Oct. 1843. 

Finch. — On Natural Boundaries of Empires ; and on 

[1485] Colonisation. By John Finch. 12mo. Lond. 1844. 

Rolph. — Emigration and Colonisation : Results of a Mission 

[1486] to Great Britain and Ireland, 1839-42. By Thomas Rolph, 
Canadian Government Agent. 8vo. Lond. 1844. 

Godley. — Letters from America. By John Robert Godley. 

[1488] 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1844. 

Carlyle's Chartism, Past and Present, Latter-Day Pam- 

[1489] phlets. Miscellaneous Essays, and other Works. 

New Edition. 18 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1872. 
Thoughts on Finance and Colonies. By Publius. 

[1490] 8vo. Lond. 1846. 

The Aborigines' Friend, and Colonial Intelligencer. 

[1491] 4 Vols. 8vo. Aborigines' Friend Soc. 1847-54. 

■Wakefield. — A View of the Art of Colonisation. By E. G. 

[1492] Wakefield. (With Buller's Speech, 1843.) 8vo. Lond. 1849. 
Roebuck. — The Colonies of England : a Plan for their 
[1493] Government. By J. A. Roebuck. 8vo. Lond. 1849. 
Molesworth. — Speeches (in the House of Commons) by Sir 
[1494] William Molesworth. 1 Vol. 8vo. Lond. 1848-51. 

Colonial Expenditure and Government, 25th July, 1848. 
Administration of the Colonies, 25th June, 1849. 
Government of the Australian Colonies (Five Speeches during 1850) 
Colonial Expenditure, 10th April, 1851. 
Perry (Bishop) and others. — Emigrants' Letters, from Aus- 
[1496] tralia, New Zealand, Canada, &c. 12mo. Lond. 1850. 
Knight's Cyclopaedia of the Industry of all Nations. By 

[1498] Charles Kuight. Illustrated. 8vo. Lond. 1851. 

Byles. — Sophisms of Free Trade and Popular Political 

[1499] Economy. By Sir J. B. Byles. 12mo. Lond. 1851. 

Grey. — The Colonial Policy of Lord John Russell's Adminis- 

[1501] tration. By Earl Grey. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1853. 
'Whately. — Lectures on Political Economy with Remarks on 

[1504] Tithes, Poor Laws, Transportation, itc. 8vo. Lond. 1855. 
Overstone. — Tracts on Metallic and Paper Currency 
[1505] (1837-57). By [S. J. Lloyd] Lord Overstone. 8vo. 1858. 
Causes and Consequences of the Pressure on the Money Market. 
On Circulation and Conduct of the Banks during 1839. 
Two Letters to J. H. Smith, Esq., on Bank of England Administration, &c. 
On Separation of the Departments of the Bank of England. 
The Petition against the Bank Charter Act ; with comments. 
Letter to The Times on the Bank Charter Act, 1844, &c. 
Evidence before Committees of the Houses of Lords and Commons on Banks 
of Issue (1840), and on Commercial Distress (1848). 



ECONOMICS AND POLITICS. 21 

Mills. — Colonial Constitutions, with Orders in Council, 
[1506] Statutes, and Parliamentary Documents Relating to each 
Dependency. By Arthur Mills, Esq. 8vo. Lend. 1856. 

Fletcher. — England and her Colonies ; or Individual Eights 
[1507] and Imperial Duties. By Robert Fletcher. 12mo. 1857. 

Bell. — Colonial Administration of Great Britain. By 

[1509] Sydney Smith Bell, Cape Colony. 8vo. Lond. 1859. 

Roberts. — History of the Colonial Empire of Great 
[1511] Britain. By Browne H. E. Roberts. 12mo. Lond. 1861. 

Duval. — Histoire de I'Emigration, Europeenne, Asiatique, 
[1513] et Africain au XIX* Si6cle; ses Causes, ses Charact^res, ses 
Effets. Par Jules Duval. 8vo. Paris, 1862. 

Smith. — The Empire : a Series of Letters [on the Colonies]. 
[1515] By Goldwin Smith. 12mo. Oxford and Lond. 1863. 

Van der Aa. — Colonial Essays, from the Dutch. Edited by 
[1517] R. Van der Aa. 12mo. Lond. 1864. 

Contents : I. On Colonies in General. II. English Possessions in America. 
By R. van der Aa. III. and IV. Rice and Coflee Culture, Chiefly in Java. 
Present Condition of Banjermassing. By Wm. van Rees. 

Hearn.- — Plutology, or, the Theory of the Efforts to Satisfy 
[1518] Human Wants. By W. E. Hearn. 8vo. Melb. 1864. 

Gladstone's Financial Statements ; Speeches on Tax Bills 
[1520] and Charities, 1853-65. 1 Vol. 8vo. Lond. 1864-65. 

Hurlburt. — Britain and Her Colonies. By J. Beaufort 
[1521] Hurlburt, of Toronto. 8vo. Lond. 1865. 

Adderley. — Colonial Policy and History : Review of Earl 
[1524] Grey's " Colonial Policy," and of subsequent Colonial 
History. By C. B. Adderley [Lord Norton]. 8vo. 1869. 

Systems of Land Tenure in Various Countries (1870). 
[1525] New Edition. 12mo. Cobden Club, Lond. [1876]. 

Pare. — Co-operative Agriculture : a Solution of the Land 
[1526] Question. By William Pare. 12mo. Lond. 1870. 

Hearn. — The Government of England ; its Structure and 
[1528] Development. By W. E. Hearn. 8vo. Melb. 1870. 

Maciie. — Colonial Questions Pressing for Immediate Solution. 
[1529] By R. A. Macfie, M.P. 8vo. Lond. 1871. 

Ruskin's Writings on Political Economy, &c. 
[1530] 8vo. Orpington, Kent [1860-70]. 

" Unto this Last : " Four Essays on the First Principles of Political 

Economy. 
MuNERA PuLVERis : Sii Essays — Definitions, Storekeeping, Coin Keeping, 

Commerce, Government, Mastership. 
Time and Tide, by Weare and Tyne : Twenty-five Letters to a Working 

Man of Sunderland on Laws of Work, Co-operation, Contentment, 

Legislation, Expenditure, &c. 
The Crown of Wild Olive : four Essays on Work, Traffic, War, and 

the Future of England. 



22 



CATALOGUE. 



Simmonds. — Science and Commerce : their Influence on our 
[1531] Manufactures. By P. L. Simmonds. 12mo. Lond. 1872. 

Discussions on Colonial Questions at Westminster, 
[1532] July, 1871. 12mo. Lond. 1872. 

Papers by Edward Jenkins, Sir R. R. Torrens, F. P. Labilliere, F. W. 
Chesson, Sheldon Amos, MoCullagh Torrens, A. B. Abraliam, Sir H. Drummond 
Wolff, Edward Clarke, and Rev. A. Styleman-Herring. 

Mathews. — A Colonist on the Colonial Question. B7 

[1533] Jehu Mathews, of Toronto. 12mo. Lond. 1872. 

Creasy. — Imperial and Colonial Constitutions of the 

[1534] Empire. By Sir Edward Creasy. 8vo. Lond. 1872. 

Pike. — History of Crime in England, Illustrating the Changes 
[1535] of the Laws in the Progress of Civilisation. By Luke 
Owen Pike. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1873-76. 

Ward. — Colonisation and the Extinction of Aboriginal Races. 
[1537] By J. Langfield Ward. 12mo. Leek, 1874. 

Reid. — Five Free Trade Essays. By George H. Reid, of 
[1538] Sydney, N.S.W. Royal 8vo. Melb. 1875. 

Young. — Imperial Federation of Great Britain and Her 

[1540] Colonies. By Frederick Young, &c. 8vo. Lond. 1876. 

Price.— Currency [Metallic and Paper] and Banking. By Prof. 
[1541] Bonamy Price. 12mo. Lond. 1876. 

Purdy. — The City Life : its Trade and Finance. 
[1542] By William Purdy. 12mo. Lond. 1876. 

Simmonds. — Tropical Agriculture : Commercial Products of 

[1545] the Vegetable Kingdom. 8vo. Lond. 1877. 

Colomb. — Colonial Defence. By Colonel J. C. R. Colomb, 

[1546] and Colonial Opinion [on the same]. 8vo. Dublin, 1877. 
Briggs. — The Peacemaker : Free Trade, Free Labour, Free 

[1547] Thought, and Direct Taxation. By Thomas Briggs. 12mo. 
Mill. — Principles of Political Economy. By John Stuart 

[1548] Mill. Eighth Edition. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1878. 

Tegg. — Posts and Telegraphs; the Telephone and Phono- 

[1549] graphy. By Wm. Tegg. 12mo. Lond. 1878. 

Forster. — Political Presentments. By William Forster, late 

[1551] Premier of KS.W. 12mo. Lond. 1878. 

Escott.— Pillars of the Empire: Sketches of Indian and 

[1553] Colonial Statesmen, Celebrities, and Officials. (From the 

Home News.) Edited by T. H. S. Escott. 12mo. Lond. 1879. 
Baden-Powell.— Protection and Bad Times, with Special 

[1554] Reference to the Political Economy of English Colonisation. 

By George Baden-Powell. 8vo. Lond. 1879. 

W^ise. — Modern Protection, Facts and Fallacies. By B. R. 

[1555] Wise (Cobden Prize Essay). 12mo. Lond. 1879. 

Giffen. — Essays in Finance, Franco-German War, Taxation, 

[1557] Depression, &c. By R. Giffen. 8vo. Lond. 1880. 



ECONOMICS AND POLITICS. 



Levi. — History of British Commerce, and Economic Progress 
[1558] of the Nation, 1763-1878. By Leone Levi. 8vo. 1880. 

Colomb. — The Defence of Great and Greater Britain. 

[1559] By Colonel Colomb. 8vo. Lond. 1880. 

Bourne.— Trade, Population, and Food : Papers on Economic 
[1560] Statistics. By Stephen Bourne. 8vo. Lond. 1880. 

Burrows. — Imperial England. By Prof. Montagu Buitows. 
[1561] 8vo. Lond. 1880. 

Todd. — History of Parliamentary Government in the 

[1562] Colonies. By Alphasus Todd, Canada. 8vo. Lond. 1880. 

Seward. — Chinese Immigration in its Social and Economical 
[1565] Aspects. By G. F. Seward. 8vo. San Francisco, 1881. 

Van Leeuwen's Commentaries on Roman Dutch Law. 

[1566] Translated by J. G. Kotzd. Vol. L 8vo. Lond. 1881. 
Acton.— Our Colonial Empire. By K. Acton. (Cassell's 

[1568] Popular Library.) 12mo. Lond. 1881. 

Syme. — ^Representative Government in England ; its Faults 

[1569] and Failures. By David Syme, Melbourne. 8vo. 1881. 
Bevan. — The Industrial Classes and Industrial Statistics. 

[1572] By G.Phillips Bevan. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1876-77. 

Bevan. — British Manufacturing Industries. Edited by 
[1573] G. Phillips Bevan. 15 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1877-83. 



Iron and Steel. W. M. Williams. 
Copper. J. A. Phillips. 
Brass, Tin, and Zinc. W. Graham. 

Metallic Mining. Warington Smyth. 
Coal. A. Galletly. 
Collieries. Warington Smyth. 
Building Stones. Prof. Hull. 
Explosive Compounds. W. M. 
Williams. 

The Birmingham Trades : — Guns, 
Nails, Locks, Wood ■ Screws, 
Railway Bolts and Spikes, But- 
tons, Pius, Needles, Saddlery, 
Electroplate. W. C. Aitken. 

Pens and Papier-mache, Ammuni- 
tion, Percussion Caps and Cart- 
ridges, Anchors and Chain 
Cables. G. Lindsey. 

Acids and Alkalies. Prof. Church. 
Oils and Candles. W. M. Williams. 
Gas Lighting. R. H. Patterson. 

Hosieiy and Lace. W. Falkin. 
Carpets. Christopher Dresser. 
Dyeing and Bleaching. T. Sims. 

Wool. Prof. Archer. 

Flax and Linen. W. T. Charley. 
Cotton. Isaac Watts. 
Silk. B. P. Cobb. 

Pottery. L. Amoux. 

Glass and Silicates. Prof. Barff. 
Furniture and Woodwork. J. W. 
Pollen. 



Paper. Prof. Archer. 

Printing. Joseph Hatton. 
Bookbinding. H. T. Woods. 
Engraving. S. Davenport. 
Photography. P. Le Neve Foster. 
Toys. U. C. Bartley. 
Tobacco. John Dunning. 

Hides and Leather, Gutta-percha 

and India-rubber. J. Collins. 
Fibres and Cordage. P. L. Sim- 
monds. 
Ship Building. Capt. Bedford Pim. 
Telegraphs. Robert Sabine. 
Agricultural Machinery. Prof. 

Wrightson. 
Railways and Tramways. D. K. 
Clark. 
Jewellery. G. Wallis. 

Gold Working. Rev. C. Boutell. 
Watches and Clocks. F. Britten. 
Musical Instruments. E. F. Rim- 

bault. 
Cutlery. F. Callis. 
Salt, Preserved Provisions, Bread, 
Biscuits. J. J. Manley. 
Sugar Refining. C. Haughton Gill. 
Butter and Cheese. Morgan Evans. 
Brewing and Distilling. T. Pooley. 

Horticulture. F. W. Burbidge. 
Sea Fisheries. E. W. Holdsworth. 
Salmon Fisheries. A Young. 



24 



CATALOGUE. 



Great Industries of Great Britain, Eminent Manufacturers, 

[1574] Industrial Legislation, &c. 3 Vols. 4to. Lend. [1878-80]. 
Fawcett.— Free Trade and Protection. By Right Hon. 

[1575] Henry Fawcett. New Edition. 12mo. Lond. 1881. 
Mulhall.— Balance-sheet of the World for Ten Years, 1870 

[1576] to 1880. By M. G. Mulhall. 12mo. Lond. 1881. 

Dufferin.— Speeches during Thirty Years, including those made 

[1577] in Canada. By Earl Dufferin. Svo. Lond. 1882. 

Tarring. — The Law Relating to the Colonies. With Index 

[1578] of Appeal Cases. By C. J. Tarring. Svo. Lond. 1882. 
Cunningham. — The Growth of English Industry and 

[1579] Commerce. By W. Cunningham. Cambridge, 1882. 

Patterson. — The New Golden Age and Influence of the 

[1580] Precious Metals. By R. H. Patterson. 

2 Vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1882. 
Wallace. — Land Nationalisation ; its Necessity and its Aims. 

[1581] By Alfred Russel Wallace. 12mo. Lond. [1883.] 

Seeley. — The Expansion of England : Lectures [on the 

[1582] Colonies]. By Prof. J. R. Seeley. 12mo. Lond. 1883. 
Rowe. — Bonds of Disunion : or English Misrule in the 

[1583] Colonies. By C. J. Rowe. 12mo. Lond. 1883. 

George. — Political Writings of Henry George. 

[1585] 3 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1884-86. 

Progress and Poverty : Causes of Industrial Depressions, Increase of Want 

with Increase of Wealth — The Remedy. 
Social Problems. 
Protection or Free Trade : The Tariff Question and the Interests of Labour. 

Elliot. — The Land Question from an Agricultural Point of 

[1586] View ; the Experience of Wilton House Home Farm. 
By T. J. Elliot. Svo. Lond. [18S4.] 

Bordier. — La Colonisation Scientifique et Les Colonies 

[1589] Frangaises. Par Dr. A. Bordier. Svo. Paris, 1884. 

Buxton. — The Imperial Parliament Series. Edited by 

[1590] Sydney Buxton. 12mo. Loud. 1885-86. 

1. — Lome (Marquis of) Imperial Federation. 

2. — Lubboclc (Sir John) Representation. 

8. — Rathbone (Wm.) Pell (Albert) and Montague (F. C.) Local Administration. 

4. — Baxter (W. E.) England and Russia in Asia. 

5. — Dilke (Mrs. Ashton) and Woodfall (Wm. ) Women's Suffrage. 

6.— Caine (W. S.) Hoyle (Wm.) and Burns (Dawson, D.D.) Local Option. 

7. — Broadhurst (Henry) and Reid (Robert T. ) Leasehold Enfranchisement. 

8. — Richard (Henry) and Williams (Carvell) Disestablishment. 

Rogers.— Six Centuries of Work and Wages in England. 
[1591] By J. E. Thorold Rogers. 2 Vols. Svo. Lond. 1885. 
Del Mar. — History of Money in Various Countries from the 
[1593] Earliest Times; and The Science of Money. By Alex. 

Del Mar. 2 Vols. Svo. Lond. 1885. 

Wanliss. — The Bars to British Unity: a Plea for National 
[1594] Sentiment. By J. D. Wanliss [of Ballarat]. 

12mo. Edinburgh, 1885. 



ECONOMICS AND POLITICS. 25 

Atkinson. — The Distribution of Products ; or, the Mechan- 
[1595] ism and Metaphysics of Exchange, Wages, Banking, &c. 
By Edward Atkinson. 12mo. New York, 1885. 

Farr. — Vital Statistics : Selections from the Reports and 
[1596] Writings of William Farr, M.D. 8vo. Lond. 1885. 

Part I. — Population. II. — Marriages. III. — Births. IV. — Deaths. V. — Life 
Tables. VI. — Sickness, Life Insurance, Family Nomenclature, &c. 

New Social Teachings. Is Political Economy Immoral? &c. 
[1597] By Politicus. 12mo. Lond. 1886. 

Eroude's Oceana. See § 72, Australian Colonies [5048]. 

Danson. — The Wealth of Households : A Text-Book on 
[1598] Economic Questions. By J. T. Danson. 12mo. 1886. 

Her Majesty's Colonies: Original Papers issued under Authority 
[1599] of the Royal Commission, Colonial and Indian Exhibition. 

8vo. Lond. 1886. 

Bonwick. — The British Colonies and their Resources. By 
[1600] James Bonwick. 12mo. Lond. 1886. 

Bonvi^ick. — French Colonies and their Resources. By James 
[1601] Bonwick. 12mo. Lond. 1886. 

Hazell's Annual Cyclopaedia of Political, Social, and General 
[1630] Topics. Edited by E. D. Price. 12mo. Lond. 1886. 

The Statesman's Year-Book : Statistical and Historical 
[1631] Annual of the States of the Civilised World. Edited by 
J. Scott Keltie. 23rd issue. 12mo. Lond. 1886. 

Fairfield. — The Colonial Office List: Historical and Statistical 
[1632] Information respecting the Colonial Dependencies of Great 
Britain. By Edward Fairfield. 12mo. Lond. v. d. 

Whitaker's Almanac, with Information on Government, Fin- 
[1633] ance, Population, Commerce, Statistics. 12mo. Lond. v.d. 

Sell's Dictionary of the World's Press. By Henry Sell. 
[1634] Royal 8vo. Lond. v.d. 

Encyclopaedia Britannica : Principal Articles relating to Econo- 
mics and Politics, Law and Administration. 1874-86 [2261-80]. 

Admiralty ; Ambassador ; Army ; Balance of Power ; Ballot ; Banking ; Bank- 
ruptcy ; Bentham ; Census ; Civil Service ; Coinage ; Colony ; Commerce ; Com- 
munism ; Company ; Congress ; Contraband ; Co-operation ; Copyright ; Corn 
Laws ; Court Martial ; Criminal Law ; Divorce ; Education ; Emperor ; Empire ; 
Emigration ; Entail ; Equity ; Evidence ; Exchange ; Exchequer ; Factory Acts ; 
Famines ; Federal Government ; Finance ; Forest Law ; Free Trade ; Fraud ; 
Game Laws ; Government ; Grotius ; Guilds ; Hanseatic ; Husband and Wife ; 
Infant ; Infanticide ; Inns of Court ; International Law ; Jury ; Labour ; Labour 
Laws ; Land ; Landlord and Tenant ; Law ; Libel ; Lotteries ; Marriage ; Mill (J. ) ; 
Mill (J. S.) ; Ministry ; Money ; Mortgage ; Murder ; National Debts ; Navigation 
Laws ; Navy ; Oath ; Ordeal ; Parliament ; Partnership ; Personal Estate ; Piracy ; 
Police ; Political Economy ; Poor Laws ; Population ; Post-Office ; Postal Savings' 
Banks ; Postal Telegraphs ; Prerogative ; Prescription ; Press Laws ; Primogeni- 
ture ; Public Health ; Pufendorn ; Real Estate ; Reformatory ; Registration ; 
Representation ; Revenue ; Ricardo ; Roman Law, &c. 



26 CATALOGUE. 



Miscellaneous Pamphlets. — All published in London, except 
' [1636] otherwise stated. 

Conduct of Administration with Regard to the Colonies. 1780. 

Dalrymple (Sir J.) Plan of Internal Defence. 1794. 

Marryat (Joseph) Speech on Marine Insurances. 1810. 
MUl (James) The Article " Colony " from the Encyclopocdia Sriiannica. 1820. 

Clarke (Henry) Concise Treatise on the Usury Laws. 1824. 
Kennedy, England and Venice Compared : Argument on Colonial Policy. 1827. 
No Emigration : Testimony of "Experience " before [Imaginary | Committee. 1828. 

[Mortimer (T. H.)] Epitome of Statistics relating to Reform BilL 1831. 

Remarks on Lord Goderich's Despatch to Colonial Governors. 1832. 

Bode (Baron de) Claims for Indemnification. 1833. 

Fonblanque (John) Revised Opinion on Baron de Bode's Case. 1834. 

Durham (Earl) Speeches in Scotland and Newcastle, 1834. 1835. 

Speech at the Newcastle Dinner, November 19, 1834. 1834. 

Gisborne's (T.) Address to Electors of North Derbyshire. 1834. 

Few Words to Supporters of Earl Grey's Administration. 1835. 

Russell (Lord John) Speech on Corporation Reform, 5th June. 1835. 

Denison (S. C.) Is the Ballot a Mistake ? 1838. 

Information respecting the Aborigines in the British Colonies. 1838. 

Holroyd (A. T. ) Letter on the Quarantine Laws. 1839. 

Deck Loads : Gould v. Oliver. 1839. 

Colonies and Great Britain must bo One and an Indivisible Empire. 1839. 

Herring (Chas.) Illegal Seizure of the British Ship Francis and Eliza. 1839. 

Address of Christian Counsel to Emigrants to New Countries. 1840. 
Sypniewski (D. 0.) Poland and the Polish Exiles. Brighton, 1841. 

Walton (Wm.) Waste Lands and Naturalisation of the Alpaca. 1841. 

Sanders (J. W.) Children's Friend Society and Juvenile Emigration. 1841. 

[Bannister (Saxe)] Doings in Downing Street. 1841. 

Buller (Charles) Speech on Systematic Colonisation, April 6 1843. 

[Bannister (Saxe)] Privy Couneil Controul of Affairs. 1844. 

King (Edw.) Colonisation on Principles of Pure Christism. 1845. 
On the Application of Human Labour ... in the British Empire. Edin. 1847. 
Molesworth (Sir W.) Speech on Colonial Expenditure and Government. 1848. 

Speech on the Administration of the Colonies. 1849. 

[Briggs (Thomas)] Direct Taxation : Prize Essay. 1849. 

Burton (Hill) Emigration in its Practical Application. 1849. 

The Emigrant's Almanac. 1850. 

Molesworth (Sir W.) Speech on Reduction of Colonial Expenditure. 1851. 

Ward (James) History of Gold and Gold Discoveries. 1853. 

Australian Direct Steam Navigation Co., vid Panama. 1853. 

Story of My Life, by the Submarine Telegraph. 1859. 

Adderley (Lord Norton) Relations of England with the Colonies. 1862. 

Rogers (J. E. Thorold), and others ; On Primogeniture and Entail. 1864. 

Plummer (John) Advantages of our Colonies. 1864. 

Seton (George) " Cakes, Leeks, Puddings, and Potatoes." 1865. 

Stones (William) On Colonisation : its Aspects and Results. 1865. 

Childers (H. C. E.) Speech : How the Ballot Really Works. 1869. 

The Colonies and the Cannon Street Meetings. 1870. 
British Empire. [Parliament ; Colonial Policy ; Self-Govemment ; &c.] 1870. 

Denison (Sir Wm.) Two (Lectures on Colonisation. 1870. 

Macfle (R. A.) Position and Prospects of the Empire. 1872. 
Hamilton (Arch.) On the Colonies. (Statistical Society.) 1872. 

The Berlin Conferences. By a Constitutionalist. 1872. 

Haliburton (R. G.) Decline of the U.S. as a Maritime Power. 1872. 

Levi (Leone) Taxation Falling on the Working Classes. 1873. 

Colomb (Capt.) Colonial Defence : read before R. Col. Inst. 1873. 

Boon (M. J.) How to Nationalise Land, Railroads, &c. 1873. 

Colomb (Capt.) Colonial Defences : Press Notices. 1875. 

Wells (David A. ) The Creed of Free Trade. 1875. 

Descriptive Hand Book, Singapore Route to Australia. 1875. 

Watson (Forbes) The Imperial Museum for India and the Colonies. 1876. 

Smith (Col. J. T.) Silver and the Indian Exchanges. 1876. 



ECONOMICS AND POLITICS. 27 



[1636] Miscellaneous Pamphlets (continued) — 

Pirn (Capt. Bedford) The Eastern Question ; Past and Future. 1877. 

Colomb (Capt.) Russian Development, and our Position. 1877. 
Arbuthnot (Lieut.-Col.) Letters on Imperial Defence. 

Bousfield (Wm.) Government by an Imperial Parliament. 1877. 

Puseley (D.) Dependence or Independence of the Poor. 1877. 

Young (Fred.) England and Colonies at the Paris Exhibition. 1878. 

Baden-Powell (George) England and her Colonies. (Fraser's Mag.) 1878. 

Kinnear (J. Boyd) Mind of England on the Eastern Question. 1878. 

Arnold (Arthur) Free Trade and Reciprocity. Salford, 1879. 

Mallet (Sir Louis) Reciprocity. 1879. 

An Organised Empire : from the Broad Arrow, 21st June. 1879. 

Bourne (S.) Extended Colonisation a Necessity. 1879. 

Wood (John) American Protection v. Canadian Free Trade. 1880. 

Constitutional Union of the United Kingdom and the Colonies. 1880. 

Hochstrasser (H. de) Facts and Impressions of England. 1880. 

Wood (John) Foreign and Home Trade Compared. 1880. 

Donisthorpe (W.) The Claims of Labour. 1880. 

A Federal British Empire the Best Defence. 1880. 

Howell (G.) National Industrial Insurance and Liability. 1880. 

Man (E. Garnet) Commerce and Prospects of England. 1880. 

Jones (J. J.) Openings for Emigrants [New Zealand, United States, &c.] 1880. 

Wedderburn (Sir D. ) British Colonial Policy. 1881. 

British and Colonial Union Conference. 1881. 

Frere (Sir Bartle) Afghanistan and South Africa. 1881. 

Lock (Alfred G.) Gold Mining from the Investor's Point of View. 1881. 
De Lissa (Alfred) Proposed New Bankruptcy Law. Melb. 1881. 

Campbell (Wm.) India in Six, Australia in Sixteen, Days. 1883. 

Young (Fred. ) Relations of Mother Coimtries and Colonies. 1883. 

Australian Banking by Two Bank Officers. 1883. 

Intelligent Emigration : Personal Experiences of Emigrants. 1884. 
Forster (W. E.) Imperial Federation. (From the Nineteenth Century.) 1885. 

Here and There, and Work of the Self- Help Emigration Soc. , 1886. 

Brabazon (Lord) State Directed Colonization ; its Necessity. 1886. 

State Directed Colonization : Debate, House of Lords, April 2. 1886. 
Colomb (Capt.) Imperial Federation, Naval and Military. Roy. U.S. Inst. 1886. 

Colonisation Circular, Issued by H.M. Emigration Commissioners. v.d. 
Fifty Years' Progress : Special Number of Imperial Federation. June, 1886. 

Proceedings of the Royal Colonial Institute. — ^The following 
Papers (with Discussions) relate more or less to the Empire 
at large. Papers on each Colony are distributed under their 
respective sections. 

Preliminary Proceedings and Inaugural Dinner, vol. i. p. 1. 1869. 

Bury (Viscount) Inaugural Address, i. 51. 1869. 

Westgarth (William) The Colonies and the Mother Country, i. 74. 1869. 

Robinson (John) Social Aspects of Colonisation, i. 135. 1869. 

Maude (Col.) Self-Supporting Emigration, ii. 41. 1870. 

Westgarth (William) The Colonial Question, ii. 58. 1870. 

Cattanack (A. C.) Relation of the Colonies to the Parent State, ii. 68. 1870. 

Snow (Capt. Parker) Colonisation of Ocean Islands, &c., ii. 117 1871. 

Denison (Sir W.) Colonisation, ii. 124. 1871. 

Clarke (Hyde) On Reporting of Colonial Trade Products, ii. 154. 1871. 

Maciie (R. A.) Imperial Federation, iii. 2. 1871. 

Westgarth (W.) Practical Views on Colonial Relations, iii. 13. 1871. 

Westgarth (W.) Refonn of our Colonial Relations, iii. 84. 1871. 

Marsh (Dr. Lory) Formation of a British and American Association, iii. 75. 1872. 

Clarke (Hyde) Financial Resources of our Colonies, iii. 131. 1872. 

Eddy (C. W.) Distribution of Coal through the Empire, iii. 167_ 1872. 

Dinner Celebrating Telegraph communication with Australia, iii. 225. 1872. 

Bury (Viscount) On the Treaty of Washington, 1872, iv. 7. 1872. 

Watts (H. E. ) Washington Treaty as affecting the Colonies, iv. 187. 1873. 

Colomb (Capt.) Colonial Defences, iv. 217. 1873. 



28 CATALOGUE. 



Peoceedinos of the Koyal Colonial Institute {continued) — 

Simmonds (P. L.) Colonial Aids to British Prosperity, v. 1. 1873. 

Eddy (C. W.) Interests of the U.K. and the Colonies, vi. 3. 1874. 

Labilliere (F. P.) Permanent Unity of the Empire, vi. 36. 1874. 
Haliburton (E. G.) American Protection and Canadian Reciprocity, vi. 205.1875. 

Wilson (Edward) AcclimatLsation, vii. 36. 1875. 

Wood (J. D. ) Benefit to Colonies being Members of the Empire, viii. 3. 1876. 

Forster (W.) Fallacies of Federation, viii. 79. 1876. 

Plummer (John) The Colonies and the Labouring Classes, viii. 144. 1876. 

Symons (G. J.) Climates of the Various British Colonies, viii. 180. 1876. 

Imperial Museum for the Colonies and India, viii. 232. 1877. 
Colomb (Capt.) Imperial and Colonial Responsibilities in AVar, viii. 304. 1877. 
Watson (Forbes) Colonial and Indian, contrasted with Foreign, Trade, ix. 109. 1877. 

Gatheral (G.) The Angora Goat in the Colonies, ix. 326. 1878. 

Brassey (Sir Thomas) A Colonial Naval Volunteer Force, ix. 355 1878. 

Young (Fred.) England and her Colonies at the Paris Exhibition, x. 6. 1878. 

Bourne (Stephen) Necessity of Extended Colonization, xi. 1. 1879. 

Hill (Staveley) An Empire's Parliament, xi. 133. 1880. 
Torrens (W. M.) Imperial and Colonial Partnership in Emigration, xii. 175. 1881. 

Kicholson (Sir Chas.) Political and Municipal Boundaries, xii. 57. 1881. 

Labilliere (F. P.) Political Organisation of the Empire, xii. 343. 1881. 

Webster (R. G.) England's Colonial Granaries, xiii. 13. 1881. 

Harris (W. J.) Commercial Advantages of Federation, xiii. 209. 1882. 

Baden- Powell (G.) Imperial Defence in Our Time, xiii. 341. 1882. 

Campbell (William) India in Six, Australia in Sixteen Days, xiv. 223. 1883. 

Gait (Sir Alex.) Relations of the Colonies to the Empire, xiv. 391. 1883. 

Baden-Powell (6.) National Unity, xvi. 43. 1884. 

Vincent (Howard) The British Empire of To-Day, xvi. 308. 1885. 

Bowen (Sir George) Federation of the British Empire, xvii. 1886. 

The Colonies and India. Latest Intelligence, Articles, Corre- 
spondence, and Notes, regarding all the Colonies and Depend- 
encies of the Empire. Folio. Published Weekly. From 1877. 

This Newspaper oripnated with S. W. Silver & Co. as their Emigration Guide (1856) ; Monthly 
Begieter (1S64) ; Circular and Colonial Newt (1886-71) ; TM Coloniei (1872-76). 

§ 7.-PHYSI0GRAPHY AND BIOLOGY. 

INCLUDING PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY, ASTRONOMY, ZOOLOGY, 
GEOLOGY, AND PAL/EONTOLOGY. 



* * 
* 



For Botany, see § 8, pp. 35 to 38. 



Johnston. — History of the Constancy of Nature, wherein it 
[1641] is maintained that neither the "World, the Heavens, Ele- 
ments, Bodies, Minerals, Plants, Animals, nor Man doth 
Decay. By John Johnston, of Poland. 18mo. Lond. 1657. 
Description des Plantes et des Animaux des Indes Orientales par Kosmas Indico- 
pleustes. tiree d'un Manuscrit, le texte Grec, et la traduction Fran9oise — 

Thevenot, I. No. 12. [2077.] 
Holland (Capt. R.) On the Straits of Gibraltar and the Tides (1675)— 

Chdhchill, IV. 782. [2084.] 
Dampier (William) Discourse on the Trade Winds — [2326.] 
Of the Animals in the East Indies, as described by ancient Authors, compared 

with modern Authors — Harris, I. 458. [2094.] 
Forster (J. B.) Physical Geography and Natural History (1776)— [2366.] 

Martyn.^ — Figures of Non-Descript Shells. Collected in 
[1642] Voyages to the South Seas since 1764. By Thomas 
Martyn. 80 Coloured Plates. Imp. 4to. Lond. 1789. 

"White's Natural History of Selborne (1787). Edited by J. E. 
[1643] Harting. Engravings by Bewick, ix. Svo. 1884. 



PHYSIOGEAPHY AND BIOLOGY. 2fl 



White (John, M.D.) Natural History of N. S. Wales (1788>— §72 [4826]. 
Hamond's Mineralogy and Nat. History of the Pyrenees, 1813— § 18 [3027]. 
Field (Barron) Natural History of N. S. Wales (1825)— § 70 [4710]. 
Henderson (John) Natural History of N. S. Wales (1832)— §72 [4859]. 
Bennett (George) Wanderijigs in N. S. Wales, &o. (1834)— § 70 [4717]. 
Humboldt (Baron) Essay on tlie Superposition of Rooks — § 5 [1350]. 
Humboldt's Cosmos, and Aspects of Nature — [1350]. 
Beale (Thomas) Natural History of the Sperm Whale— § 11 [2458]. 
Effects of Climate upon Man — Martin's Col. Mag. iii. 165, 318 [1479]. 
Varieties of the Human K&ce—ibid. iv. 83, 179, 360 ; v. 37. 
Hope (F. W.) African Entomology — ibid. iii. 18, &c. ; iv. 317. 

Darwin.— The Works of Charles Darwin, F.RS. 
[1645] New Editions. 12mo. Lond. 1873-84. 

A Naturalist's Voyage Round the World (1832-36). (See also [2459].) 
Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection. 
Various Contrivances by which Orchids are Fertilized by Insects. 
Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication. 2 Vols. 
Descent of Man,*and Selection in Relation to Sex. 
Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals. 
Insectivorous Plants. 

Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants. 
Effects of Cross and Self-Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom. 
Different Forms of Flowers on Plants of same Species. 
Power of Movement in Plants. 
Formation of Vegetable Mould through the Action of Worms. 



The Structure and Distribution of Coral Reefs. 8vo. Lond. 1842. 

Geological Observations on Volcanic Islands, &c. 8vo. Lond. 1876. 

Temminck. — De Natuurlijke Geschiedenis Nederlandsche over- 
[1646] zeesche bezittingen, door de Leden der Natuurkundige 
Commissie in Indie en andere Schrijvers. Door C. J. Temminck. 
BoTANiE. Folio. Leyden, 1839-42. 

ZooLOGiE. Folio. Leyden, 1839-44. 

Land — en Volkeekunde. Folio. Leyden, 1839-44. 

Murchison. — Geology of Russia and the Ural Mountains. 
[1647] By Sir Roderick Murchison, Edouard de Vemeuil, and 
Count Alex, von Keyserling. 2 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1845. 

Murchison. — Siluria: a History of the Oldest Eocks in the 

[1648] British Isles and other Countries. 2 Vols. 8vo. 1872. 
Lyell (Sir Charles) Geological Observations, &c., N. America — §87 [5910-11]. 
Waterhouse. — Natural History of the Mammalia. By 
[1649] G. R. Waterhouse. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1846-48. 

I. — Marsupiata, or Pouched Animals, with 22 steel and 18 wood engravings. 
II. — Rodentia, or Gnawing Mammalia, with 22 steel and wood engravings. 

Ansted.— The Gold Seeker's Manual. By David T. Ansted. 
[1650] 12mo. Lond. 1849. 

Smith. — The Zoology of South Africa. By Andrew Smith. 
[1651] With 279 Coloured Plates. 4 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1849. 
Vol. I. — Mammalia, with 52 Plates. 
II. — Birds, with 114 Plates. 
III. — Reptiles, with 78 Plates. 
IV. — Fishes, with 31 Plates ; and Invertebrates, 4 Plates. 

Adams. — Zoology of the Voyage of H.M.S. " Samarang," 
[1652] Capt. Sir E. Belcher, 1843-46. By J. E. Gray, Sir John 
Richardson, Arthur Adams, Lovell Reeve, and Adam White. 
With 54 Plates. 4to. Lond. 1850. 



30 



CATALOGUE. 



Huxley. — Works of Thomas Henry Huxley, LL.D., 

[1653] late President of the Eoyal Society. Lend. 1851-83. 

The Oceanic Hydrozoa. With 12 plates. 4to. (Royal Soc.) 1851. 

Lessons in Elementary Physiology. New Edition. 12mo. 1881. 

Elementary Instruction in Practical Biology. 12mo. 1883. 

Physiography : an Introduction to the Study of Nature. 12mo. 1883. 

American Addresses : on Evolution, the Study of Biology, &c. 8vo. 1877. 

Lay Sermons, Addresses, and Reviews. New Edition. 8vo. 1883. 

Science and Culture, and other Essays. 8vo. 1882. 

Critiques and Addi-esses. 8vo. 1883. 

See also Actinozoa ; Amphibia ; Biology ; Evolution — Enct. Beit. 1874-78. 
Wallace (A. R.) Travels on the Amazons and Rio Negi-o (1853)— § 93 [6120]. 

Murray. — Catalogue of the Coleoptera of Scotland. By 

[1654] Andrew Murray. 12mo. Edin. 1853. 

Jukes, &c. — Lectures on Gold; Gold Ores, Assaying, &c. By 

[1655] Jukes, Forbes, Percy, and others. 12mo. Lond. 1853. 
Richardson's Zoology of the Voyage of H.M.S. " Herald." 

[1656] Vertebrals and Fossil Mammals. 4to. Lond. 1854. 

Strzelecki's Physical Description of N. S. Wales — § 70 [4722]. 
Jukes's Physical Structure of Australia — ibid. [4730]. 
Bennett (George) Gatherings of a Naturalist in Australasia — ibid. [4741]. 
Maury. — Physical Geography of the Sea, and its Meteoro- 

[1657] logy. By M. F. Maury. 20th edit. 8vo. Lond. 1886. 
Wheelwright (H. W.) Bush Wanderings of a Naturalist— § 70 [4742]. 
Woods (J. E. T. ) Geological Observations in Australia — ibid. [4746]. 

Sowerby. — Illustrated Index of British Shells. By G. B. Sowerby. 

[1658] With 24 Plates (700 Figures) colowred. Roy. 8vo. 1859. 
Pritchard. — History of Infusoria, British and Foreign. By 

[1659] A. Pritchard. Coloured Plates. 8vo. Lond. 1861. 

Gould.— The Birds of Australia. By John Gould, F.B.S. 600 
[1660] Coloured Plates, with Descriptive Text. With Supplement, 

containing 81 Plates 8 Vols. Folio. Lond. 1848-69. 

[1661] Index to Plates in Gould's Birds of Australia [MS.]. 4to. [1869.] 
[1662] Gould's Synopsis of the Birds of Australia, and the Adjacent Islands. 
With Coloured Plates, showing heads, &c. of 168 species. 4to. Lond. 1837-38. 
[1663] Gould's Hand Book to the Birds of Australia. 2 Vols. Roy. 8vo. 1865. 
Gould. — The Mammals of Australia. By John Gould, F.R.S. 
[1664] with 182 Coloured Plates. 3 Vols. FoUo. Lond. 1863. _ 
[1665] Gould's Introduction to the Mammals of Australia. 8vo. Lond. 1863. 
Bates (H. W.) Naturalist of the Amazons (1863)— § 93 [6124]. 

Orr's Circle of the Sciences ; Physical, Natural, and Mathe- 
[1666] matical. 9 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1854-55. 



6. Chemistry, Light, &c. 

7. Practical Chemistry, &c. 

8. Mathematical Sciences, &c. 

9. Mechanical Philosophy. 



1. Organic Nature ; Physiology, &e. 

2. ,, „ Botany, &c. 

3. ,, ,, Zoology, &c. 

4. Inorganic Nature ; Geology, &c. 

5. Navigation, Astronomy, &c. 
Angas (G. F.) Physical Features, &c., of Australia— § 72 [4980]. 
Haa,st (Julius von) Geology of Canterbury Proviuce — §79 [5492]. 
Hochstetter (Ferd. von) Physical Geography, &c. , of New Zealand — ihid. [5498]. 
Angas (G. F.) Physical Description of Polynesia— §68 [4589]. 

Brenchley, Natural History Jottings during Cniise of the "Curai;oa" — § 11 [2505]. 
Wallace (A. R.) Travels in the Malay Archipelago — § 64 [4455]. 
Smyth (R. Brough) Gold Fields of Victoria— § 73 [5135]. 
Blandford (W. T.) Geology, &c., of Abyssinia— § 52 [3960]. 



PHYSIOGEAPHY AND BIOLOGY. 



SI 



^A^ood's Illustrated Natural History. With Designs by 
[1667] Wolf, Zwecker, Weir, Coleman, Wood, Neale, Tuflen West, 
&c. New Edition. 3 Vols. Royal 8vo. Lond. 1872-75. 
I. — Mammalia. II. — Birds. III.^Reptiles, Fishes, Molluscs, &c. 
Wood's Natural History of Man. Illustrated by Angas, 
[1667] Danby, Wolf, &c. 2 Vols. Royal 8vo. Lond. 1868-70. 
Vol. I. Africa. Vol. II. Australia, New Zealand, Polynesia, America, 
Asia, and Ancient Europe. 

Finsch. — Beitrag zur Fauna Centralpolynesiens. Ornitho- 
[1668] logie der Viti, — Samoa, — und Tonga. Von Otto Finsch 
und Georg Hartlaub. 14 Plates. Royal 8vo. Halle, 1867. 

Finsch. — Die Papageien Monographisch Bearbeitet. Von Otto 
[1668] Finsch. 2 Vols, in 3. 8vo. Leiden, 1867-68. 

Dana. — Corals and Coral Islands. By James D. Dana. 

[1669] Plates. 8vo. Lond. 1872. 

Smee. — My Garden, its Plan and Culture; its Geology, Botany, 

[1670] and Natural History. By Alfred Smee, Beddington, 

Surrey. 8vo. Lond. 1872. 

Buckland's Curiosities of Natural History. New Edition. 

[1671] 4 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1872-77. 

Vol. I. — Rats, Serpents, Fishes, Frogs, Monkeys, &c. 

II. — Fossils, Beai'S, "Wolves, Cats, Eagles, Hedgehogs, Eels, Whales, &c. 
III. — WUd Ducks, Fishing, Lions, Tigers, Foxes, Porpoises. 
IV. — Giants, Mummies, Mermaids, Wonderful People, Salmon, &c. 

McCoy. — Prodromus of the Palaeontology of Victoria: 

[1672] Plates. By Prof . Fred. McCoy. Roy. 8vo. Melb. 1872. 

Moggridge.— Harvesting Ants and Trap-Door Spiders : Notes 
[1673] and Observations by J. T. Moggridge. 8vo. Lond. 1873. 

Thomson. — The Depths of the Sea: General Results of 
[1674] Dredging Cruises, 1868-70, under the Scientific Direction 
of Dr. W. B. Carpenter, Gwyn Jeffreys, and Sir Wyville 
Thomson. Illustrated. 8vo. Lond. 1873. 

Reclus. — The Earth and the Ocean : a Descriptive History 
[1675] of the Phenomena of the Life of the Globe. Translated 
by B. B. Woodward. 4 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1873. 

I. — Continents, with 24 Page Maps (coloured) and 230 in the Text. 2 Vols. 
II. — The Ocean, Atmosphere, and Life, 27 Maps (coloured), and 200 Maps 
and Figures in the Text. 2 Vols. 
Marcoy (Paul) Naturalist's Journey in S. America — § 93 [6129]. 
BuUer. — A History of the Birds of New Zealand. By 
[1676] Walter Lawry Buller, Sc.D., C.M.G. 36 Plates, from 

Drawings by Keulemans, Coloured. 4to. Lond. 1873. 

Btjllee's Manual of the Birds of New Zealand. 38 Lithographic Plates 
[1677] chiefly reduced from those in the Author's larger work. 

Royal 8vo. Wellington, 1882. 

Cooley. — Physical Geography, or Phenomena of the Globe. 

[1678] By W. D. Cooley. Illustrated. 12mo. Lond. 1876. 

Wallace. — The Geographical Distribution of Animals and 

[1679] Past Changes of the Earth's Surface. By Alfred Russel 
Wallace. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1876. 



32 CATALOGUE. 



Day. — Fishes of India, Burmah, and Ceylon. By Francis Day. 
[1680] Plates. 2 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1876-78. 

Owen. — Researches on the Fossil Remains of the Extinct 
[1681] Mammals of Australia; with a Notice of the Extinct 
Marsupials of England. By [Sir] Richard Owen, C.B., F.R.S. 

2 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1877. 
Diggles. — Companion to Gould's Hand-Book ; or. Synopsis 
[1682] of the Birds of Australia, containing about 220 Examples. 
By Silvester Diggles. Imp. 4to. Brisbane, 1877. 

Guillemin. — The Forces of Nature : an Introduction t* the 
[1683] Study of Physical Phenomena. By Amed6e Guillemin. 
Illustrated. 2 Vols. Royal 8vo. Lond. 1877. 

Ethcridge (R.) Catalogue of Australian Fossils (1878)— § 70 [4770]. 

McCoy. — Prodromus of the Zoology of Victoria. By Prof. 

[1684] McCoy. Royal Svo. Melb. 1878. 

■WoUaston. — Testacea Atlantica; Land and Freshwater Shells 
[1685] of the Azores, Madeiras, Salvages, Canaries, Cape Verdes, 
and Saint Helena. By T. V. WoUaston. Svo. Lond. 1878. 
Owen. — The Extinct Wingless Birds of New Zealand; 
[1686] with Appendix on those of England, Australia, Newfound- 
land, Mauritius, and Rodriguez. Plates. 2 Vols. 4to. 1879. 
Moseley. — Notes by a Naturalist during the Voyage of the 

[1687] "Challenger." By H. N. Moseley. Svo. Lond. 1879. 
Wallace. — Island Life ; Phenomena and Causes of Insular 
[1688] Faunas and Floras, including a Revision of the Attempted 
Solution of Geological Climates. Svo. Lond. 1880. 

Tristram's Fauna and Flora of Palestine — § 48 [3801]. 
Tyndall. — The Lectures and Writings of John Tyndall, 
[1689] LL.D. New Editions. 5 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1879-83. 
Heat, a Mode of Motion ; Sound ; Six Lectures on Light ; Fragments of 
Science — Essays, Addresses, and Reviews, 2 Vols. 

Hartwig. — The Works of Dr. George Hartwig. 

[1690] New Editions. 5 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1881-82. 

The Sea and its Living Wonders. Illustrated. 

The Polar "World : Man and Nature in the Arctic and Antarctic Regions. 
The Subterranean World : Volcanoes, Cave Dwellings, Minerals, &c. 
The Tropical World : Man and Nature in the Equatorial Regions. 
The Aerial World : Phenomena and Life of the Atmosphere. 

Fergusson (James) Recent Changes in the Ganges Delta — Essays [1117]. 
Henderson (Geo.) and Hume (Allan) Natural Histoiy of the Countries between 
Lahore and Yarkand (1873)— § 31 [3337]. 

Tylor. — Anthropology : An Introduction to the Study of Man 
[1691] and Civilisation. By E. B. Tylor. 12mo. Lond. 1881. 

Lansdell (Dr.) Fauna of Russian Turkestan (1885)— § 30 [3328]. 

Guyot. — Creation, or the Biblical Cosmogony in the Light of 
[1692] Modern Science. By Arnold Guyot. 12mo. Edin. 1884. 

Prestwich. ^Geology ; Chemical, Physical, and Stratigraphical. 
[1693] By J. Prestwich. Vol. L Svo. Lond. 1885. 

Lansdell (Dr.) Flora of Russian Turkestan (1885)— § 30 [3328]. 



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•The Challenger."— Report of the Scientific Results of the 

[1694] Voyage of H.M.S. " Challenger," 1873-76 . Prepared 

under the Superintendence of Sir C. "Wyville Thomson and 

John Murray. In Progress. Lond. 1880-86. 



Narrative of the Cruise, with. 
General Account of the Scien- 
tific Results of the Expedition. 
Vol. I. in 2 parts 1885. 

Narrative, Vol. II., Magnetical 
Observations, &c. 1882. 



Physics and Chemistry, VoL I. 

1884. 
Zoology, Vols. I. to XIV. 

1880-86. 
Botany, Vol. I. 1885. 



PAPERS IN THE R.G.S. JOURNAL, ENCYCLO. BRITANNICA, &c. 

Jackson (Col. J. R.) On the Seiches of Lakes— J.R.G.S. iii. 271. 1833. 

Jackson (Col.) Congelation of the Neva— J.R.G.S. v. 1. 1835, 

Jackson (Col.) Ground Ice in Siberian Rivers— J.R.G.S. vi. 416 1836. 

On the Level of the Baltic— J.R.G.S. vi. 440. 1836. 

Baer (Prof. K. E. von) On Frozen Ground in Siberia— J.R.G.S. viii. 210. 1838. 
Magnetic Intensity of the Earth— J.R.G.S. viii. 367. 1838. 

Richardson (Dr.) Frozen Soil of British N. America— J.R.G.S. ix. 117. 1839. 
Richardson, On Thermometrical Obs. N. America— J.R.G.S. ix. 121, 331. 1839. 
Darwin (C. R.) Rock Seen on an Iceberg, 61° S. lat,— J.R.G.S. ix. 528. 1839. 
Chaix (Prof.) Additions to Orography— J.R.G.S. x. 575. 1840. 

P (E.) Oceanic Tides and Currents— Maetin's Col. Mag. ii. 432. 1840. 

Rafinesque (C. S.) Physical Geography of N. America— J. R.G.'S. xi. 165. 1841. 
Anderson, On the Freezing of Streams in N. America — J.R.G.S. xv. 367. 1845. 
Lefroy, Barometric and Thermo. Measurements N.America — J.R.G.S. xvi.263. 1846. 
Carless (T. G.) Course of Hurricane on Malabar Coast, 1847— J.R.G.S. xix. 76. 1849. 
Leycester (Lieut.) Volcanic Groups of Milo, &c. — J.R.G.S. xx. 1 ; xxii. 201. 1F52. 
Petermann (Dr.) Animal Life in the Arctic Regions— J.R.G.S. xxii. 118. 1852. 
Thurburn (Hugh) Notes on Meteorological Journal— J.R.G.S. xxii. 128. 1852. 

Rink (Dr. H.) Continental Ice, Greenland— J.R.G.S. xxiii. 145. 1853. 

Findlay (A. G.) Oceanic Currents and theC. American Canal — J.R.G.S. xxiii. 217. 
Haines (Capt.) Magnetic Variations at Aden — J.R.G.S. xxiv. 225. 1854. 

Buist (Dr.) Physical Geography of the Red Sea— J.R.G.S. xxiv. 227. 1854. 

Sutheriand (Dr.) Meteorological Observations, 1853— J.R.G.S. xxv. 226. 1855. 
Poey (Andres) Table of 400 Cyclonic Hurricanes— J. R. G. S. xxv. 291. 1855. 

Simmonds (P. L.) Animal Life in the Arctic Regions— P. R.G.S. i. 53. 1856. 

Irminger, Arctic Currentround Greenland— J.R.G.S. xxvi. 36; P.R.G.S. i. 61. 1856. 
Parish (Capt. A.) Cyclones and their Tracks— J.R.G.S. xxvi. 154. 1856. 

Hopkins (Thomas) On Arid Countries— J.R.G.S. xxvi. 158 1856. 

Hopkins (T.) Winter Temperature of British Islands— J. R. G. S. xxvii. 206. 1857. 
Hopkins (T.) Trade Winds— P.R.G.S. ii. 357. 1858. 

Osborn (Capt. S.) Light in Northern Latitudes— J.R.G.S. xxviii. 371. 1858. 

Tayler (J. W.) Aurora Borealis— P.R.G.S. iii. 117. 1859. 

Maury's Physical Geography of the Sea— P.R.G.S. v. 22. 1861. 

Irminger (Adm.) Icelandic Currents— P.R.G.S. v. 225. 1861. 

Shaffner <T. P.) Electric Circuits— P.R.G.S. v. 94. 1861. 

Spottiswoode (W.) Typical Mountain Ranges— J.R.G.S. xxxi. 149. 1861. 

Heathcote, Bengal Currents during S.W. Monsoon — J.R.G.S. xxxii. 284. 1862. 
Mann (J. A.) Oceanic Currents, N.E. Coast S. America— P.R.G.S. vii. 50. 1863. 
Wallich (Dr. ) Proposed Survey of the Bed of the Atlantic— P.R.G.S. vii. 53. 1863. 
Rink (Dr.) Glaciers in Greenland— P.R.G.S. vii. 76. 1863. 

Bates (H.W.) Collection of Objects of Natural History— J.R.G.S. xxxiv. 306. 1864. 
Toynbee (H.) Currents off the Cape of Good Hope— J. R.G.S. xxx v. 147. 1865. 
Hickson, Climate of North Pole— J.R.G.S. xxxv. 129 ; P.R.G.S. ix. 137. 1865. 
Toynbee, Specific Gravity, Temperature, &c., of the Sea— J.R.G.S. xxxv. 147. 1865. 
Schmidt (Dr.) Volcanic Eruptions— P.R.G.S. x. 118. 1866. 

Turner (Rev. D.) Earthquake Wave at Samoa— P.R.G.S. xiii. 57. 1869. 

Chimmo (Comm.) Gulf Stream Soundings— P.R.G.S. xiii. 92. 1869. 

Findlay (A.G.) On the Gulf Stream— P. R.G.S. xiii. 102. 1869. 

Irminger (Adm.) Gulf Stream in N. Atlantic— P.R.G.S.. xiii. 226. 1869. 

Whitley (N.) Surface Temperature, N. Atlantic— P.R.G.S. xiii. 229. 1869. 

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34 CATALOG CTE. 



White, Bifurcate Stream, Glenhednoch, Perthshire— P. E.G. S. xiii. 352. 1869. 
Brown, OnFormationof Canons and Fiords— J.R.G.S.xxxix. 121; xli. 348. 1869-71. 
Osborn (Capt. Sherard) Geography of the Beds of Oceans— J.R.G.S. xl. 46. 1870. 
Tayler (J. W.) On Greenland Fiords and Glaciers— J.R.G.S. xl. 228. 1870. 

Irminger (Adm.) Surface Temperature, N. Atlantic— J.R.G.S. xl. 441. 1870. 

Osborn (Sherard) Bed of Mediterranean— J. R. G. S. xli. 46 ; P.R.G.S. xv. 28. 1871. 
Osborn, Geography of the Bed of Indian Ocean — J.R.G.S. xli. 46. 1871. 

Carpenter (Dr.) Oceanic Circulation, Gulf Stream, &c. — P.R.G.S. xv. 54. 1871. 
Herschel (Sir J.) Letter on Oceanic Circulation— P.R.G.S. xv. 211. 1871. 

Duncan (P. M.) Old South American Geographies — Cas.sell, III. [2253]. 1871. 
Duncan, The Musk-Ox and the Wolverine — Cassell, III. [2253]. 1871. 

Duncan, Speculations concerning Former Geographies — Cassell, III. [2253]. 1871. 
Home (Charles) Indian Storms— Cassell, III. [2253]. 1871. 

Home, The Indian Wolf, "Canis Pallipes "—Cassell, III. [2253]. 1871. 

Home, Naturalist's Notes N.W. Provinces, India — Ca.ssell, IV. [2254]. 1872. 
Torriano (Harcourt) Fishing in Blue Water— Cassell, V. [2255]. 1873. 

Shark Catching— Cassell, V. [2255]. 1873. 

The "Right " Whale : a Monograph— Cassell, T. [2255]. 1873. 

Howarth (H. H.) Recent Elevations of the Earth's Surface in the Circumpolar 

Regions— J. R.G.S. xliii. 240 ; xliv. 252. 1873-74. 

Carpenter, Further Inquiries on Oceanic Circulation — P.R.G.S. xviii. 301. 1874. 
Wilson (Edward) On Acclimatisation— P. R.C.I, vii. 36. 1875. 

Carpenter, Recent Observations, Ocean Temperature — P.R.G.S. xix. 493. 1875. 
Hauslab (Gen.) On Ocean Currents— J.R.G.S. xlv. 34. 1875. 

Carpenter (W. B.) Temperature of Deep Sea Bottom— P.R.G.S. xxi. 289. 1877. 
Buchanan (J. Y.) Distribution of Salt in the Ocean— J.R.G.S. xlvii. 72. 1877. 
Wallace (A. R.) Comparative Antiquity of Continents — P.R.G.S. xxi. 505. 1877. 
Duncan (Prof. M.) On Mainland Masses— P.R.G.S. xxii. 68. 1878. 

Evans (Capt.) Magnetism of the Earth— P. R. G. S. xxii. 188. 1878. 

Rolleston (Prof) Modification of External Organic Nature by Man — J.R.G.S. 

xlix. 320. 1879. 

Geikie (Prof. Arch.) Geographical Evolution— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 422. 1879. 

Hirth (Fred.) Origin of the Word " Typhoon "—J.R.G.S. I. 260. 1880. 

Owen (Sir R.) Extinct Animals of the British Colonies— P. R.C.I, x. 267. 1880. 
Volcanic Eruption of Krakatoa— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 192. 1884. 

Eavenstein (E. G.) Bathy-Hypsographical Maps— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 21. 1886. 

Thomson (Prof. David) Acoustics— Ency. Brit. i. 100-119. 1874. 

Glaisher (James) Aeronautics— Ency. Bkit. i. 187-207. 1874. 

Williamson (W. C.) Agassiz— Ency. Beit. i. 274. 1874. 

Mcintosh (W. C.) Annelida— Ency. Beit. ii. 65. 1875. 

Wilson (Andrew) Ant— Ency. Brit. ii. 94. 1875. 

Cambridge (Rev. 0. P.) Arachnida — Ency. Brit. ii. 271. 1875. 

Young (John, M.D.) Arthropoda — Ency. Beit. ii. 647. 1875. 
Proctor (R. A.) Astronomy : History and Theory — Ency. Brit. ii. 744. 1875. 

Procter (H. R.) Aurora Polaris — Ency. Brit. iii. 90. 1875. 

Hunter (John) Bee and Beekeeping — Ency. Brit. iii. 484. 1875. 

Parker (Prof. W. K.) Birds : Anatomy of— Ency. Brit. iii. 699. 1875. 

Davidson (Thomas) Brachiopoda — Ency. Brit. iv. 188. 1876. 

Darwin (Francis) Breeds and Breeding— Ency. Brit. iv. 244. 1876. 

Dawkins (W. Boyd) Cave Dwellings— Ency. Brit. v. 265. 1876. 
Arni.qtrong (Prof) Meldola (R.) Butler (F. H.) Chemistry— Enct. Brit. v. 1876. 
Maxwell (Clerk) Attraction ; Capillary Action ; Diffusion ; &c. — Ency. B. 1875-77. 

Hind (J. R.) Comet— Ency. Brit. vi. 182. 1877. 

Nicholson (H. A.) Corals— Ency. Brit. vi. 869 ; Cuttlefish— vi. 735. 1877. 

Woodward (Henry) Crustacea— Ency. Brit. vi. 632. 1877. 

Nicol (Prof. J.) Diamond— Ency. Brit. vii. 162. 1877. 

O'Meara (Rev. Eugene) Diatomacese- Ency. Brit. vii. 169. . 1877. 

Rye (E. C.) Diptera— Ency. Brit. vii. 255. 1877. 
Wallace (A. R.) Acclimatisation ; Distribution (Animal) — EucT. BaiT. 1874-77. 

Butler (F. H.) Echinodermata— Ency. Brit. vii. 629. 1877. 

Thomson (Allen) Embryology — Ency. Brit. viii. 163. 1878. 
McLachan (R. ) Dragon"Fly ; Ephemeridae— Ency. B. vii. 385 ; viii. 457. 1877-78. 



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Crystal (Prof. G. ) Electricity ; Electrometer— Enct. Brit. viii. 3, 117. 1878. 

Shaw ("W. N.) Electrolysis— Ency. Beit. viii. 106. 1878. 

Huxley (T. H. ) Actinozoa ; Amphibia ; Biology ; Evolution— Enct. Brit. 1874-78. 

Gamett (W.) Energy ; Evaporation, &c.— Enct. Bmt. viii. 205, 727. 1878. 

Reclus (Elisee) Ethnography and Ethnology ; Fire — Ency. Brit. 1878-79. 

Holdsworth (E. W. H.) Fisheries— Ency. Brit. ix. 243. 1879. 

Pettigi'ew (J. B. ) Flight and Flying Machines— Ency. Brit. ix. 308. 1879. 

Geikie (Arch.) Geology and Pateontology— Ency. Brit. x. 212, 375. 1879. 

Tylor (E. B.) Anthropology ; Cannibalism ; Giant, &c.— Ency. Brit. 1875-79. 

Thomson (Sir Wm.) Elasticity of Matter ; Heat— Ency. Brit. 1877-80. 

Kirby (W. F.) Hibernation— Ency. Brit. xi. 787. 1880. 

Gibson (John) Butterflies and Moths ; Camel ; Cattle ; Coleoptera ; Dog ; 
Elephant ; Frog ; Hippopotamus ; Hyena — Ency. Brit. 1876-81. 

Cameron (P.) Hymenoptera— Ency. Brit. xii. 571. 1881. 

Tait (P. G.) Light— Ency. Brit. xiv. 677-614. 1881. 

Jackson (B. Daydon) Linnseus — Ency. Brit. xiv. 671. 1882. 

Buchanan (J. Y.) The Mediterranean Sea— Ency. Brit. xv. 819. 1883. 

Buchan (Alex.) Atmosphere ; Barometer ; Climate ; Meteorology — E. B. 1875-83. 

Carpenter (W. B. ) Atlantic Ocean ; Baltic Sea ; Black Sea ; Caspian Sea ; Foramini- 
fera ; Indian Ocean ; Microscope — Ency. Brit. 1875-83. 

McLachlan (R.) Insects ; Locust ; Mosquito — Ency. Brit. 1881-83. 

Lankcster (E. Ray) Hydrozoa ; MoUusca ; Mussel— Ency. Brit. 1881-84. 

Moseley (H. N.) Myriapoda — Ency. Brit. xvii. 115. 1884. 

Ball (R. S.) Nebular Theory— Ency. Brit. xvii. 310. 1884. 

Murray (John) North Sea ; Norwegian Sea — Ency. Brit. xvii. 563, 592. 1884. 

Rayleigh (Lord) Optics— Ency. Brit, xvii, 798. 1884. 

Gill (David) Parallax— Ency. Brit, xviii. 245. 188.5. 

Holmes (E. M.) India-Eubber, or Caoutchouc ; Opium— Enct. Brit. 1881-84. 

Geddes, Parasitism (Animal)— Enct. Brit, xviii. 250. 1885. 

Rudler, Earthquake ; Granite ; Jade ; Marble ; Pearl— Enct. Brit. 1877-85. 

Hoyle (W. E.) Phosphorescence— Ency. Brit, xviii. 813. 1885. 

Goode (G. Brown) Oyster ; Pisciculture— Ency. B. xviii. 106 ; xix. 126. 1885. 

Lankester (E. Ray) Polyzoa ; Protozoa— Ency. Brit. xix. 429, 830. 1885. 

Allman (G. J.) Ptolemy : Astronomy of— Ency. Bkit. xx. 87. 1886. 

Geddes (P. ) Protoplasm ; Reproduction (Animal) — Kncy. Brit. 1885-86. 

Gunther (Albert) Flying Fish ; Ichthyology ; Reptiles ; &c.— Ency. Brit. 1879-86. 

Mivart (St. George)"Ape ; Lizard ; Reptiles, &c.— Ency. Brit. 1875-86. 

Newton (Prof. Alfred) Birds (Fossil and Extiipated and Existing) their Distribu- 
tion, Migration, Nidification, &c. ; Cuokow ; Dinornis ; Dodo ; Eagle ; 
Emeu ; Falcon ; Flamingo ; Gannet ; Gare-Fowl ; Goat-Sucker ; Goose ; Grouse ; 
Heron ; Hombill ; Humming-Bird ; Jay ; Kiwi ; Lark ; Lyre-Bird ; Mer- 

fauser ; Moor-Hen ; Nightingale ; Ornithology ; Owl ; Ostrich ; Parrot ; 
'enguin ; Pigeon ; Quail ; &c.— Ency. Brit. 1875-86. 

Flower (Prof. W. H.) Horse; Kangaroo; Lemur; Lion; Llama; Mammalia; 
Marten; Otter; Platypus; Rhinoceros — Ency. Brit. 1881-86. 

Linnean Society's Publications — See p. 40. 
§8.-B0TANY AND FLORAS. 

Cosmas Indicopleustes, Description des Plantcs des Indes Orientales ; le texts 

Grec, et la Traduction Fran5aise — Thevenot, I. No. 12 [2077]. 
Flora Sinensis ; or, Description des Plantes et Fleurs de la Chine, leur maniere 

de les Cultiver, aveo figures — Thevenot, I. No. 33 [2077]. 
Wheeler^Plants Observed in Greece and Asia Minor — Ray, II. [2080]. 
Liger. — Le Jardinier Fleuriste et Historiographe. Par Louis 
[1719] Liger. 2 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1704. 

De Ville. — Histoire des Plants de I'Europe et des plus 
[1720] usitees qui viennent d'Asie, d'Afrique, et d'Amerique. Par 
J. B. de Ville. 2 vols. 12mo. 1707. 

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36 CATALOGUE. 



Forster. — Characteres Generum Plantarum quas in Itinere 
[1721] ad Insulas Maris Australis ; J. R. Forster, LL.D., et 
G. Forster. "With 75 Plates. 4to. Lond. 1776. 

Brown. — Botany of Terra Australis ; General Remarks, 
[1722] Geographical and Systematical. By Robert Brown, F.R.S. 

Plates. 4to. Lond. 1814. 

Keprinted in Bkown's Miscellaneous Works — see [1750]. 

Cunningham (Allan) Botany of the Blue Mountains — Field's Memoirs [4710]. 

Strutt's Sylva Britannise et Scotiae : Fifty Etchings of Forest 
[1724] Trees distinguished for their Antiquity, Magnitude, or 
Beauty. Imperial folio. Lond. 1826. 

Sweet. —Flora Australasica ; 56 Coloured Figures and Descrip- 
[1727] tions. By Robert Sweet ; the Drawings by E. D. Smith. 

Royal 8vo. Lond. 1827-28. 

Brown's Prodromus Florae Novae Hollandiae et Insulas Van 
[1728] Diemen. Supplement. 8vo. Nuremberg, 1827-30. 

Humboldt (Baron) Thoughts upon the Geographical Distribution of Plants, 
illustrated with a View of Nature in Tropical Regions — §5, Travels [1350]. 

Kittlitz. — Vegetation of the Pacific Coasts and Islands. 

[1730] 24 Views taken in 1827-29, with Descriptions by F. H. 
von Kittlitz. Translated by Dr. Seemann. 4to. 1861. 

Darwin — On the Fertilisation of Orchids'; Variation of Plants under Domestication; 
Insectivorous Plants ; Climbing Plants ; Cross and Self-Fertilisation in the 
Vegetable Kingdom ; Different Forms of Flowers on Plants of the Same 
Species ; Power of Movement in Plants, &c.' — § 7 [1645]. 

Temminck's Botany of the Netherlands East Indies — § 7 [1646]. 

Hinds (Richard Brinsley) The Regions of Vegetation : an Analysis of the Dis- 
tribution of Vegetable Forms over the Surface of the Globe in Connexion 
with Climate and Physical Agents — Belchek's Voyage Round the World 
(1843), Vol. II., Appendix [2466]. 

Raoul. — Choix de Plantes de la Nouvelle Zelande. By 
[1733] E. Raoul. 30 Plates. 4to. Paris, 1846. 

Hooker. — Botany of the Antarctic Voyage of H.M. Dis- 
[1734] covery Ships "Erebus" and "Terror," 1839-43, under 
Command of Sir James Clark Ross, R.N. By [Sir] Joseph 
Dalton Hooker. 198 Plates and Map, Coloured. 

2 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1844-47. 

[1735] Flora Novae-Zelandiae. "With 130 Plates, Coloured. 

2 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1863-55. 
[1736] Flora Tasmaniae. With 200 Plates, Coloured. 

2 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1860. 

Hooker.— Niger Flora; Plants Collected by Dr. Th. Vogel, 
[1737] 1841 ; also Flora Nigritiana, by Sir J. D. Hooker and 
George Bentham. Map and 52 Plates. 8vo. Lond. 1849. 

Hooker. — The Rhododendrons of Sikkim — Himalaya, from 
[1738] Drawings by [Sir] Joseph Dalton Hooker, M.D. Edited 
by Sir W. J. Hooker. 30 Coloured Plates. Folio. 1849. 



BOTANY AND FLORAS. 



87 



Hooker. — A Century of Ferns : Descriptions of New or Rare 

[1739] Species. By Sir W. J. Hooker. 100 Coloured Plates. 

4to. Lond. 1854. 

Bennett (George) Vegetable Productions of N. S. "Wales, New Zealand, and the 
Austral Islands — Gatherings of a Naturalist in Australasia [4741]. 

Harvey. — Phycologia Australica : a History of Australian 
[1741] Seaweeds. By W. H. Harvey. With 300 Coloured Plates. 

5 Vols. Royal 8vo. Lond. 1858-63. 

Berkeley. — Outlines of British Fungology. By M. J. 
[1743] Berkeley. 24 Coloured Plates. 8vo. Lond. 1860. 

Hooker's Essay on the Flora of Australia — Introduction to Flora Tasmanim. [1736.] 

Bentham and Mueller's Flora Australiensis. 
[1745] 7 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1863-78. 

Mueller. — Vegetation of the Chatham Islands, Sketched 
[1746] by [Sir] Ferdinand Mueller. 8vo. Melb. 1864. 

Seemann. — Flora Vitiensis : Description of the Plants of the 
[1748] Fiji Islands. By Berthold Seemann, Ph.D. 100 Plates 
by Walter Fitch, Coloured. 4to. Lond. 1865-73. 

Hooker's Hand-Book of the New Zealand Flora: Descrip- 

[1749] tion of the Native Plants of New Zealand, the Chatham, 
Kermadec, Auckland, Campbell, and Macquarie Islands. 

8vo. Lond. 1867. 

Brown's Miscellaneous Botanical W^orks. 2 Vols. 8vo. 
[1750] With Atlas. Folio. Lond. 1866-68. 

Including General Bemarks on the Botany of Terra Australis, reprinted from the 
Appendix to Flinders' Voyages ; Botany of Swan River ; King's and Sturt's Ex- 
peditions ; and of other Voyages and Travels in Africa, the Arctic Regions, &c. 

Gray. — British Sea- Weeds : Introduction to the Study of. By 
[1752] S. O. Gray. Coloured Plates. 12mo. Lond. 1867. 

Woolls. — A Contribution to the Flora of Australia. By 
[1753] William Woolls, F.L.S. 8vo. Sydney, 1867. 

Fitzgerald. — Australian Orchids. By R. D. Fitzgerald. 
[1754] 56 Plates, with Descriptions. Folio. Sydney, 1876-80. 

Brown. — Reboisement in France : Replanting of the Alps, 
[1758] the Cevennes, and the Pyrenees, with Trees, Herbage, &c. 
Compiled by J.. Croumbie Brown, LL.D. 8vo. Lond. 1876. 

Baker. — Flora of Mauritius and the Seychelles. By J. G. 
[1759] Baker. 8vo. Lond. 1877. 

Simmonds (P. L.) Tropical Agriculture: Vegetable Commercial Products [1545]. 
Moore (Charles) Indigenous Woods of N. S. Wales— § 72 [4997]. 

Guilfoyle. — Australian Botany. By W. R. Guilfoyle, of the 
[1762] Melbourne Botanical Gardens. 8vo. Melb. 1878. 

Mueller.— The Forest Resources of Western Australia. 

[1763] With twenty Plates. 4to. Lond. 1879. 

Woolls' Lectures on the Vegetable Kingdom. With 
[1764] Reference to the Flora of Australia. 8vo. Sydney, 1879. 



38 



BOTANY AND FLORAS. 



Australia : a Practical 
8vo. Adel. 1881. 



Brown. — Tree Culture in South 
[1765] Treatise. By J. E. Brown. 

Mueller's Eucalyptographia : a Descriptive Atlas of the 
[1766] Eucalypts of Australia. 4to. Melb. 1881. 

Botany of the "Challenger" Voyage— % 7 [1694]. 

Lansdell (Rer. H.) Flora of Russian Turkestan (1885)— §30 [3327]. 

Scheer (F.) Kew and Its Gardens — Martin's Col. Mag. ii. 212. 1840. 

Hooker (Sir W.) Tussac Grass— J.R.G.S. xii. 265. 1842. 

Michelsen (Dr.) Geography of Bread Plants- J.R.G.S. xxxii. 565. 1862. 

Ball (J.) Origin of the Flora of the Alps— P.R.G.S. (KS.) i. 564. 1874. 

Balfour (J. H.) Algse— Ency. Bkit. i. 507 ; Botany, iv. 79-163. 1874-76. 
Moore (T.) Cactus— Ency. Brit. iv. 625. 1876. 

Dyer (W. T.) Distribution of Plants— Ency. Brit. vii. 286. 1877. 

Dyer(Thiselton) Plant Distribution and Geog. Research — P.R.G.S. xxii. 412. 1878. 

Cleghorn (H.) Arboriculture— Ency. Beit. ii. 317 ; Forests, ix. 397. 1875-79. 
Dyer and Baker (J. G.) Ferns— Ency. Brit. ix. 100. 1879. 

Murray (George) Fungus^ENOY. Brit. ix. 827. 1879. 

Dyer (Thiselton) Botanical Enterprise of the Brit. Empire— P.R. C.I. x. 271. 1880. 
Trimen (Dr. H.) Grasses— Ency. Brit. xi. 53. 1880. 

Holmes (E. M.) Herbarium — Ency. Brit. xi. 715. 1880. 

Moore (T.) Practical Horticulture — Ency. Brit. xii. 217-295. 1881. 

Geddes (Patrick) Insectivorous Plants — Ency. Brit. xiii. 134. 1881. 

Hibberd (Shirley) Ivy— Ency. Brit. xiii. 526. 1881. 

C ■ (J. M.) Lichens— Ency. Brit. xiv. 552. 1882. 

Jackson (B. Daydon) Linnfeus — Ency. Brit. xiv. 671. 1882. 

G (K. E.) Muscineae (Liverworts and Mosses) — Ency. Brit. xvii. 65. 1881. 

Smith ("W. G.) Mushroom— Ency. Brit. xvii. 74. 1884. 

Murray (G. R. Milne) Parasitism: Vegetable — Ency. Brit, xviii. 264. 1885. 
Johnson (C. P.) Fig ; Fir ; Larch ; Oak ; Olive ; Orange— Ency. Brit. 1879-85. 

Masters (M. T.) Horticulture ; Oichids ; Palm ; Potato ; &c.— Ency. B. 1881-85. 

Henslow (Rev. G.) Laurel; Maize — Ency. Beit. 1882-85. 

Linnean Society's Publications — See p. 40. 

See also Stanford's Compendium of Geography ; 

Europe, Asia, Australasia, Africa ; 

N. America, C. & S. America. 

§1 [1250-66]. 



CATALOGUE. 

PART II. 
TRANSACTIONS AND COLLECTIONS. 



§ 9.-TRANSACTI0NS OF SOCIETIES. 

\] ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY'S PUBLICATIONS. 

Journal of the Royal Geographical Society, 1830 to 1880. 
[1861-1911] Vols. I. to L. and Index, Vols. I. to XL. 

8vo. Lond. 1831-80. 

Supplementary Papers. Vol. I. Royal 8vo. Lond. 1886. 
[1912] 

Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society, from 1855 
[1938-59] to 1878, Vols. I. to XXII. 8vo. Lond. 1857-78. 
[1960-66] New and Enlarged Series, from 1879 to 1885 [in 

continuation of the Original " Proceedings" and "Journals ]. 

Vols. I. to VII. Royal 8vo. Lond. 1879-85. 

The Fifty Years' Work of the Royal Geographical Society. By 
[1981] Clements R.Markham, C.B.,F.R.S. 8vo. Lond. 1881. 

An Appendix contains Lists of Presidents, Members of Council, Officials, 
&c. ; also cf Grants and Honorary Awards to Discoverers and Explorers ; 
Lists of Papers and of Maps published in the "Journals" and "Pro- 
ceedings," with Alphabetical List of the Authors of the Papers. 

*^* In the present Catalogue, the contents of the Journal, Proceedings, 
and Supplementary Papers, are distributed under the countries 
or subjects to which they refer. 



Proceedings of the Association for Promoting the Discovery 
[1985] of the Interior Parts of Africa ; with List of Members. 

4to. Large Paper. Lond. 1790. 

Proceedings of the African Association. 

[1986] New Edition, continued. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1810. 



Linnean Society, Journal of the (Zoological and Botanical 

[1991] Sections). Vols. I. to VIII. 8vo. Lend. 1857-65. 

[1992] Zoology. Vols. IX. to XIX. 8vo. Lond. 1866-86. 

[1994] Botany. Vols. IX. to XXII. Svo. Lond, 1866-86. 

Linnean Society, Transactions of; First Series. Vols. I. to 
[1996-97] XXX. (Index, Vols. I.-XXV.) 4to. Lond. 1791-1875. 
[1998] Zoology— Second Series. Vols. LtoIIL 4to. 1876-86. 
[1999] Botany— Second Series. Vols. I. & II. 4to. 1875-85. 



Proceedings of the Royal Colonial Institute. Vols. I. to 
[2001-16] XVL •> 1869-85. 8vo. Lond. 1870-85. 

The titles of the Papers read at the Public Meetings of the 
Institute are distributed under the countries or subjects to which 
they refer. 



» « 



New Zealand Institute's Transactions— see § 79 [5594]. 
British Guiana Royal Society's Journal — see § 92 [6104]. 



British and Foreign Bible Society's Reports— see § 99 

Cheistian Missions [6236]. 



§ lO.-COLLECTIONS OF VOYAGES AND TRAVELS. 

Ramusio. — Delle Navigationi et Viaggi. Raccolto gia da 
M. Grio. Battista Ramusio. 

3 Vols, folio. Venice, 1613, 1583, 1606. 

[2027] CONTENTS OF VOL. I. 

Leone Africano. Delia Descrittione dell' Africa, 1526 folio 1 

Discorso sopra il Libro del S. Alvise da Ca da Mosto; Navigatione, 1455. 96 

Navigatione del Capit Pietro di Sintra, 1413 no 

Hannone, Capitano de' Cartaginesi. Navigatione nelle parti dell' Africa 111 
Navigatione da Lisbona all' Isola di San Thome, posta sotto la linea dell' 

Kquinottiale, scritta per un Pilotto Portoghese 114 

Gama, Vasco di. Navigatione dal Capo Buona Speranza, fine in Calicut, 

1497. Discorso ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . \\q 

Alvarez, Pedro. Navigatione da Lisbona in Calicut 121 

Vespucci, Amerigo. Lettere due drizzate al Mag. Pietro Soderini Gonfal. 

deir eccelsa Repub. di Firenze di due sue Navigationi, 1502-4. Sommario 

delle dette sue Navigationi, 1501 ... 128 

Lopez, Thomfe. Navigatione verso I'lndie Orientali, 1502 133 

Empoli, Giovanni da. Viaggio fatto nell' India, 1503 145 

Barthema, Ludovico. Itinerario dell' Egitto, Soria, Arabia Deserta et Felice, 

Persia, Indie, Ethiopia, &c 147 

Diodoro Sieulo. Navigatione di Jambolo mercante, tradotta per 11 Ramusio. 

Discorso sopra la detta Navigatione di Jambolo 174 

Corsali, Andrea. Lettere scritta in Cochin Citti dell' India, 1515 ; della 

Navigatione del Mar Kosso, e sino Persico, sino a Cochin, 1517. 

Discorso ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 173 



D E L L E 

NAVIGATIONI 

ET VI A G G I 

RACCOLTE DA M. GIO. BATTISTA RAMVSIO, 

IN TRE VOLVM r D IVISE: 

NcUc quali con relatione fedeliffima fi defcriuono tuni quei pacfi,che da 

.gia 3oo.annifin'horafonoftatircoperti,cosidiverfolleuante,& ' 

PonentCjCome di verfb Mezzo di,&: Tramontana ; 

Etflhamtitia del Kfgno del Fret e (jianni, ($" dell' Africa f no a Calicut, 
($" all'] file Moluccht^ . 

Etfitranadeiri(blaGiappan,deIledueSarmarie,dellaTartaria,Scitia,Circafia,& 

circonflantiProuincie: dcUaTana, & dell'Indic canto Occidcntali, quanto 

Orientali , & delk Nauigatione d'intorno il Mondo . 

Cut TUfitrfikJitoi luoghi, ^ impreji diutrfi ttlmperatori di Tdruri , di Tmchi, ^ di Verfiani , df 

SelatHi di B4iiUaia , dr itltri Prencifi; dr alcuni Ctpitoli , (jr Tduele di Geografinfectndo U 

4trttd* mmictre^t lumi d^p»f0U^Mi,Citti,Ldghi,Fiiimi,& dtre cofe noubili . 

Et hel fine con aggiunta liella prefente quinta imprefsione del viaggio di M. Cefare 

dc" Federici. nell'India Oriemalcnelquale fi defcriue le Spetierie, Droghe, 

Gioie, & Perle t che in detti Paefi fi trouanb . 

ttletrty{aHigatiom rltimamentefatte da gliOlandefi , & Zelandefi verfo il^fgnode Siaij 
^UiuiouaZemblat& faefedellaOroettlaniia : 

VOLVME PRIMO. 

OndueJbdicijfvnode'nDmidimni gli Aiittori.che hinno fcrino le dette Nauigationi , k»jVwggi: 
L'aUto delle cole pin notabili.cfae in cflb Volume Ccontient^. 

CON PRIVILEGIO. 




IN VENETIA, AP PKESS O I GIVNTI 
M DC XIII. 

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[2027] coNTENTa OP VOL. I. (continued) — 

Alvarez, Franc. Viaggio fatto nell' Ethiopia, 1520 folio 189 

Obedienza data a Papa Clemente VIL in nome del Prete Janni, per il prefato 

Don F. Alvarez 255 

Fracastoro, Hieronimo. Risposta sopra il detto crescimento del Nilo ... 264 
Kearcho, Navigations di, la quale sorisse Arriano Greco. Discourso ... 268 
Viaggio scritto per un Comito Venetiano, dal Mar Rosso fino al Diu, nella 

India, col suo ritorno poi al Cairo, 1537-8 274 

Arriano. Navigations del Mar Rosso, fino all' Indie Oriental!. Discorso 280 

Barbosa, Odoardo. Libro di dell' Indie Orientali, 1516 288 

Sommario di tutti li Regni, Citti, e Popoli dell' Indie Orientali ... 324 

Conti, Nicolo di. Viaggio nelle Indie Orientali, 1449 338 

Stefano, Hieronimo da San. Viaggio nelle Indie, 1499 345 

Ramusio. Discorso sopra la Navigatione fatta da gli Spagnnoli attomo il 

Hondo, 1522-27 346' 

Massimiliano Transilvano. Epistola della detta Navigatione fatta per li 

SpagnuoU lo 1519-22, attomo il Mondo 347 

Pigafetta, Ant. Viaggio atomo il Mondo, 1519-22 352 

Barbosa, Odo. Navigatione d'un Portoghese, che fu sopra la Nave Vittoria, 

attorno il Mondo, 1519 370 

Ramusio. Discorso sopra varii Viaggi, per i quali sono state condotte fino 

a tempi nostri le spetiarie, da 1500 anni in quk, e altri luoghi, che si 

potriano usar per condurle ... ... '"■ ... ... ... 371 

Gaetan, Juan. Relatione del discoprimento dell' Isole Molncche per la via 

dell' Indie Occidentali, 1542-45 375 

Ramusio. Informatione deU' Isola Giappan nuovamente scoperta ... 377 
Barros, Giovan. Delia Historia, con alcuni Capitoli estratti appartenenti 

alia Cosmografia 384 



[2028] CONTESTS OF VOL. II. 

Marco Polo. Viaggi delle cose de Tartar! e dell' Indie Orientali, 1250, con 

Prefatione di Ramusio, ed Espositione sopra le prime Parole di Marco 

Polo /oZio 9-18, and 1-60 

Hayton Armeno. DeU' origine e auccessione de' Gran Cani Imperadori 

Tartari, 1253-1303 61-64 

Angiolello, G. M. Delia vita e fatti d'Ussuncassan Re di Persia, che 

altrimenti era chiamato Assambei ; e delle guerre da ini fatte con 

Mahometo Gran Turco, 1462-1524 65-78 

Viaggio d'un Mercante, che fn nella Persia, 1507-20... "• ... 78-91 
Barbaro, Josafa. Viaggio della Tana, e nella Persia, 1436-87 ... 91-112 

Contarini, Ambrosio. Viaggio nella Persia, 1473-77 112-125 

Campense, Alberto. Lettera intorno le Cose di Moscovia ... ... 126-132 

Jovio, Paolo. Historico delle Cose della Moscovia ... ... ... 132-137 

Sigismondo Libero Barone in Haberstan. Commentari della Moscovia et 

della Russia, 1559 137-192 

Arriano. Lettera, della sua Navigatione d' intorno al Mar Maggiore 193-195 
Giorgio interiano Genoveae della Vita de Zychi, altrimenti Circassi ... 196 
Hippocrate. Parte del Trattato, dell' acre e dell' acqua neUa quale si 

Eagiona de gli Scithi 198 

Quirini, Pietro. Viaggio et Naufragio, 1431. Fiorauante, C. et G. di 

Michele. Descritto Naufragio del sopra detto P. Quirino ... 199-211 
Cabota, Sebastiano. Navigatione nelle Parte Settentriouali, 1556-7 211-219 
ZenOr-. Caterino. Viaggio in Persia, e delle Guerre fatte nell' Imperio 

Peraiano dal tempo di Ussuncassano, 1450 219-229 

Nicol6 e Antonio. Dello scoprimento dell' Isola Frislanda, Eslanda, 

fatto sotto il Polo Artico 230-233 

Alcuini. Dne Viaggi in Tartaria, 1247 233-245 

Odorico da Udine, Beato. Due Viaggi, di Porto Maggiore del Frinli, 

1318 245-256 



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2028] KAMUSio's COLLECTION, VOL. I. (contimoed) — 

STJPrLEMENT 

Guagnino, Alessandro. Descrittione della Sarmatia Europea ... folio 1-4 

Regno di Polonia 26-72 

Lituania, Prussia, Livonia, Moscovia, de tutti Tartari campestri ... 1-72 

Valesio, H. Compendio delle Chroniche di Polonia 4-26 

Mattheo di Micheovo. Descrittione delle due Sarmatia 73-90 

[2029] CONTENTS OF VOL. III. 

Martire, Pietro. Sommario cavato della sua Historia del Nuovo Mondo, 

poi detto Indie Occidentali, 1492-1515 folio 1 

Oviedo, G. F. Sommario da lui stesso levato della sua Historia Naturale e 

Generale, dell' Indie Occidentali ... ... ... ... 37 

Historia Generale et Naturale dell' Indie Occidentali, in Lib. xx. ... 61 

Cortese, Fernando. Relation! Seconda, Terza, e Quarta, delle sue grandi 

imprese, con 1' acquisto della gi-an Citta del Temistitan Messico, done 

hora e detto la Nuova Spagna, 1519-24 ... ... ... ... 187 

Alvarado, Pietro. Lettere due a F. Cortese, del discoprimento nella Nuova 

Spagna 247 

Godoi, Diego. Lettera i F. Cortese, del discoprimento nella Nuova 

Spagna 251 

D' un gentil' huomo del F. Cortese, Relatione della gran Cittk del Temistitan 

Messico, e d' altre Cose della Nuova Spagna 254 

Nunez, Alvaro. Relatione detto Capo di Vacca, delle Indie, e della Nuova 

Galitia, 1527-36 259 

Gusman, Nunno. Relatione dell' imprese fatte in acquistare molte Provincie 

e Cittk nella Maggior Spagna, 1530 277 

Ulloa, Capit. Francesco. Navigatione per discoprire 1' Isole delle Specierie 

iino al mare detto Vermeio, 1532-39 283 

Vasquez di Coronado, F. Sommario di due sue Lettere, del Viaggio fatto da 

Fra Marco da Nizza alle sette Cittk di Cevola, 1539 296 

Mendozza, Ant. Lettera del discoprimento della Terra Ferma della Nuova 

Spagna verso Tramontano, 1539 296 

Nizza, Marco da. Relatione del Viaggio fatto per Terra a Cevola Regno 

delle sette Citti, 1539 297 

Vasquez, Francesco. Viaggio alle dette sette Cittk, 1540 ... ... 300 

Alarchon, Fernando. Navigatione, quale and6 per Mare h, scoprire il Regno 

delle sette Citti, 1540 303 

Relatione d' un Capitano Spagnuolo del discoprimento e conquista del Peri 

fattadaF. edH. Pizarro, 1531 310 

Xerez, Francesco. Relatione della Conquista fatta da F. Pizarro del Peril e 

Provincia del Cuscho, chiamata la Nuova Castiglia, 1532-3... ... 316 

Relatione d' un Secretario di F. Pizarro, della Conquista fatta della Provincia 

del Perti, con la Descrittione della Cuscho, 1534 328 

Oviedo, Gonzalo F. Relatione della Navigatione per il grandissimo Fiume 

Maragnon, post soprala Terra Ferma dell' Indie Occidentali, 1543... 345 
Ramusio. Discorso sopra la Tena Ferma dell' Indie Occidentali, detta del 

Lavorador de los Baccalaos, et della Nuova Francia 346 

Verrazzano, Giov. Relatione deUa terra per lui scoperta al Ri Christianissi- 

mo, 1524 350 

Discorso d' nn gian Capitano [Parmentier] di Mare Francese, sopra le Naviga- 
tion! fatte alia Nuova Francia, e sopra la terra del Brasil, Guinea, Isola 

di San Lorenzo, e queUa di Summatra 352 

Carthier, Jacques. Prima Relatione della Terra Nuoua detta la Nuova 

Francia, 1534. Seconda Relatione, della Navigatione per lui fatta all' 

Isole di Canada, Hochelaga, Saguenai, etc., al presente dette la Nuova 

Francia, 1535 369 

Cesare de' Federici. Viaggio nell' India Orientale, ed oltra 1' India, per via 

di Soria, 1563-69... 386 

Navigationi fatte da gli Olandesi e Zelandesi al Settentrione, nella Noruegia, 

Moscovia, e Tartaria verso il Catai, e Regno de' Sini, doue scopersero il 

Mare di Uveygatz, e la Nuova Zembla. Et un paese nell' ottantesimo 

grado creduto la Groenlandia, 1594-97 398 






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DE BRY'S COLLECTIONS OF TRAVELS AND VOYAGES 
TO AMERICA AND THE EAST— in Latin, 

Collectiones Peregrinationum in Indiam Occidentalem et in 
Indiam Orientalem a Theodoro, Joa^ Theodoro de Bry, et a 
Math. Merian publicatso. 

Francofurti et Oppenheimii, 1590-1634. 

GRANDS [OR AMERICAN] VOYAGES. 

PART I. 

Admiranda Narratio fida Tamen, De Commodis et In- 
[2030] colarum Ritibus Virginiae. Description of Virginia, 
Colonised by Raleigh and Grenville. By Thomas Hariot. Map 
and 28 Plates. Fii-st Edition (in two states). 1590. 



Brevis Narratio eorum quae in Florida Americae 

[2031] Provincia Gallis Acciderunt. Account of the French 

in Florida under E. de Laudonniere, J. de Riband, and 

Dominique de Gourgues. By Jacques Le Moyne (de Morgues). 

• First Edition, Map and 42 Plates, with a Second Edition of 

the Parergon, entitled Historia Luctuosce Expeditionis. 1591. 

PART III. 

Stade. — Provinciae Brasiliae Historia. Narratio profec- 

[2032] tionis J. Lerio. Hans Stade's Voyage and Captivity in 

Brazil, 1547-55. Also John Lerio's Voyage and Description 

of Brazil. Map and 45 Plates. First Edition. 1592. 

Second Copy, with two letters of N. Barr6 on the Expedition 

of Villegagnon. 1592. 

PART IV. 

Benzoni, Historia de reperta primum Occidentali India 
[2033] a Christophoro Columbo. Benzoni's History and 
Description of the New World, with Voyages of Columbus, die. 
Map and 24 Plates. First Edition (in two states). 1594, 

PART V. 

Benzoni Historiae Novi Orbis, Liber II. Map and 22 

[2034] Plates. First Edition (in two states). 1595, 

Second Edition, Plates only. 1595. 

PART VI. 

Benzoni Historiae Novi Orbis, Liber III. Map, Plan of 
[2035] Cuzco, and 28Plates. First Edition. 1596. 

PART vir. 

Schmidel. Descriptio Praecipuarum quarundam Indiae 
[2036] Regionum et Insularum. Description of the West 
Indies. By Ulrich Faber (Ulrich Schmidel). First Edition, 
with one Plate, printed in the text. 1599. 

Second Edition. - • 1625. 



44 CATALOGUE. 



Db Bkt's Gbands Voyages (amtinued) — 

PART VIII. 

Descriptionem Itinerum Francisci Draken, Thomae 
[2037] Candisch, Gualtheri Ralegh. Raleigh's Account of 
Guiana, with the Voyages of Drake and Cavendish. First 
Edition, one large, two small Maps, and 18 Plates. 1599. 

Second Edition (double columns), pp. 1-127 ; with Voyage of 
VanNoort (1600), pp. 129-160. Kempfer, Francofurti, 1625, 



Acosta de Novi Orbis Natura ;- Navigationes Sibalti 
[2038] de Weert et Olevier a Noort. 1. Acosta's Natural 
and Moral History of the West Indies. 2. Voyage of Sebald 
de "Weert to the Straits of Magellan (1598). 3. Voyage of 
Oliver van Noort Round the World (1600). Map and 39 
Plates. First Edition. 1602. 

Second Edition (smaller type) with plates in the text. 1633. 



Americi Vesputii Navigationes ; Hamor, Provinciae 
[2039] Virginise ; Novae Angliae, J. Schmidt. 1. Two 

Voyages of Amerigo Vespucci. 2. Account of Virginia and 
Story of Pocahontas. By Ralph Hamor. 3. Captain John 
Smith's Description of New England. With 12 Plates, and 
Map of the Philippines. 1619. 

PART XI. 

Schouten, Spilbergen, &c. Voyage of Schouten and Le 
[2040] Maire round Cape Horn (1615-17). With 9 Plates. 1619. 
Appendix. Spilbergen's Voyage round the World, 1615-15. 
With 20 plates. 1620. 

In two conditions, the Appendix in one copy being printed on fine paper. 

PART XII. 

Herrera, Descriptio Indiae Occidentalis. Herrera's Descrip- 
[2041] tion of the West Indies, Mexico, &c. With 19 Plates 
depicting Mexican Antiquities, &c. Francofurti, 1624. 

PART XIII. 

Descriptio Novae Angliae, Virginiae, Brasiliae, &c. 

[2042] Francofurti, Merian, 1634. 

1. — Description of New England, Virginia, Somer Islands, Brazil, and Guiana. 

By R. Harcourt. Seven Plates and Map of Brazil. 
2. — Terra Australis Incognita, Fernandez de Quiros, &c. 

3.— Dutch Expedition to San Salvador, Brazil. By J. G. Aldenbourg. Plate. 
4. — New Mexico, Cibola, Yucatan, Guatemala, &c. 

5. — Voyage of the Nassau Fleet, under Jaques le Hermite. Nine Plates. 
6. — Description of city of Mexico, and New Spain. Three Plates. 
7. — The English in Guiana, St. Christopher, &c. 
8. —Dutch Expedition to Brazil, under Admiral Louck, 1628-29. Three Plates. 




nHliniMimnnimniHiniimimiimnnlnmiiimiiniwii^niiiminiiiimiiii«ii*itiiii'u>inii^ 

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45 



PETITS [EASTERN] VOYAGES. 

PAKT I. 

Lopez. — Descriptio Regni Congiani, &c. Pigafetta's (Philip) 

[2043] Description of the Kingdom of Congo from Edoardo Lopez. 

Plates and Engravings in the text. 1598. 

Second Edition (1624). Map and Plates. 1611. Appendix. 

Brunois' (Samuel) African Voyage, 1611. With 12 Plates 

in the text 1625. 

PARTS II. III. AND IV. 

Linscotani Navigatio, &c. Linschoten's Voyage and De- 

[2044-46] scription of the East Indies. With Dutch Voyages to 

the North, ^c. Maps, and 117 Plates. 1599-1601. 

PART V. 

Descriptio Navigationis Octonis Navibus in Terras 
[2047] Orientales. Voyage of Eight Dutch Ships to the East 
Indies, 1598. With 20 Plates. 1601. 

PART VI. 

Descriptio Auriferi Regni Guineae. Description of the Gold 
[2048] Coast of Guinea. [By Peter de Marees.] 1604. 

PART VII. 

Navigationes duas in Indiam Orientalem, &c. 1. Voyage 
[2049] of Admiral Joris van Spilbergen to the East Indies, 1601. 

2. Casparo Balbi's Journey from Aleppo to Pegu, 1579. With 
23 Plates. 1606. 

PART VIII. 

Navigationes quinque in Indiam Orientalem, &c. 1. Second 
[2050] Voyage of Jacob van Neck, with Journal of Cornelius 
Nicolai [Claez]. 2. Voyage of Wybrandt van Warwyck 
and Sebald de Weert : Journals of John Herman van Bree 
and Cornelius van Veen. 3. Second Voyage of Steven van der 
Hagen in the East Indies. 18 Plates and two Maps. 1607. 

PART IX. 

Navigatio in Indiam Orientalem sup imperio Verhuffi 

[2051] &c. Voyages of the Hollanders and Zealanders to the East 
Indies, under Admiral Verhouven, 1607-9. With Supplement. 
Two Maps and 17 Plates, the last five in duplicate, re- 
engraved. 1612-13. 

PART X. 

Hudson, Descriptio Novi ad Aquilonem Transitus, supra 
[2052] Terras. Americanus in Chinam atque Japonem ducturi ; 
item Discursus super detecta nuper Quinta Orbis Parte a 
P. F. de Quir ; addita, Descriptione Regionum Siberiae, &c. 
Voyages to the North of Hudson and others ; Memorial of 
Quiros concerning the Terres Australes ; Description of Siberia, 
&c. Three Maps and three Plates. 1613. 

PART XI. 

Americi Vesputii duae Navigationes, Corverte Relatio, 

[2053] &c. Third and Fourth Voyages of Vespucci. 2. Robert 

Corvert's Travels in the East Indies and beyond Cambay. 

3. Spitzbergen and the Whale Fishery. With 10 Plates. 1619. 



46 CATALOGUE. 



HAKLUYT'S VOYAGES AND DISCOVERIES OF THE 
ENGLISH NATION. 

The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and 
Discoveries of the English Nation, made by Sea or 
overland, to the remote and farthest distant quarters of the 
Earth, at any time within the compasse of these 1,600 yeres. 
By EiCHAED Hakluyt, preacher, &c. ^lacfe Uttttt iHl)ittOn. 
Three Vols, (bound in Two) folio. Lend. 1599-1600. 

[2061] CONTENTS or VOL. I., 1599. 

Dedication to the Right Hon. Lord Charles Howard, Earl of E£Bngham. 
Preface to the Reader, as Touching the Principal Voyages and Discourses. 
Catalogue of the Voyages ; made to the North and North East Quarters : — 
Arthur, King. Voyage to Island, and the N.E. Parts of Europe, 517. page 1 
Malgo, King. Voyage to Island, Gotland, Orkney, Denmark, &c. 580... 3 
Edwin, King of Northumberland. Conquest of Anglesey and Man, 624 3 
Bertus. Voyage into Ireland, 684 ... ... ... ... ... ... 4 

Octher. Voy.ige to the North Parts beyond Norway, about 890 ... 4 

Second Voyage, into the Sound of Denmarke 5 

Wolstans. Navigation into the East Sea, or the Sound of Denmarke ... 8 
Edgar, King. Voyage with 4,000 shippes round his Monarchic, 973 ... 6 
Edmund and Edward, Sonnes of King Edmund Ironside. Voyage into 

Hungai-y, 1017 9 

The Marriage of the daughter of Harald unto Jeruslaus Duke of Russia in 

his owne Countrey, 1067 16 

Voyage of a ccrtaine Englishman into Tartaria, Poland, & Hungary,1243 20 
Carpini, Frier John de Piano. Long and WonderfuU Voyage, 1246 ... 21 

Rubricis, Frier W. dc. Joumail, 1253 _ .._. 71 

Nicolaus de Linna, a Franciscan Frier. Voyage to all the Regions situate 

under the North Pole, 1360 121 

Henry IV., King. Voyage into Prussia and Letto, 1390 ... ... 122 

Thomas of Woodstock, Duke of Glocester. Voyage into Prassia, 1391... 123 
The Libel of English Policie, exhorting all England to Kcepe the Sea, and 

namely the narrowe sea : .shewing what profite conimeth thereof, and also 

worship and salvation to England and to all Englishmen (in verse) 187 
A Persuasion of Robert Thome, Merchant of Bristol and Seville, to King 

Henry VIII. to set out further Discoveries towards the North ... 212 
Discourse of said Robert Thorne, sent from Seville with Chart of the World, 

to Dr. Leigh, English Ambassador at Court of Charles V., touching the 

same matter, 1527 214 

Orders and Instructions of Sebastian Cabot for the guidance of Sir Hugh 

Willoughby in his Voyage intended to Cathay 226 

Willoughby, Sir Hugh. Voyage, wherein he unfortunately perished at 

Arzina Reca, in Lapland, 1553... ... ... ... ... ... 232 

Chancellor, Richard, Pilote Major, the first discoverer by sea of the Kingdome 

of Moscovia, Voyage of, 1553 ... ... ... ... ... ... 237 

Burrough, Stephen. Voyage toward the River of Ob, intending the Dis- 
covery of the North-East Passage, 1556 ... ... ... ... 274 

.Tohnson, II. Landing among the Samoeds, 1556... ... ... ... 283 

Burrough, S. Voyage from Colmogro in Russia to Wardhouse, in search of 

certain English Ships not heard of the yeere before, 1557 290 

Jenkinson, Anthony. Voyage into Russia, wherein Osep Napea, first 

Ambassador from the Emperour of Moscovia to Queene Mary, was 

transported into his Countrey, 1557 ... ... ... ... ... 310 

Voyage from Mosco in Russia to Boghar in Bactria, 1558 324 

Voyage through Ru.ssia, and over the Caspian into Persia, 1561 ... 343 

Alcock, T., G. Wrenne, and R. Cheyney, Voyage into Persia, 1563 ... 353 
Johnson, R., A. Kitchin, and A. Edwards. Voyage into Persia, 1565... 354 
Southam, T., and J. Sparke. Voyage by Land and River from Colmogro to 

Novogrod in Russia, 1568 365 



PRINCIPAL NAVI- 
GATIONS, VOYAGES, 

TRAFFICiyES AND DISCOVE^ 

ries oith&Englijh J^iion^ made by Sea or oucr- 

land , to the remote and fai theft diilant quarters of the 

£atth,3t any time within the compafle of thcfe i doo ycrcs: 

Diuidcd into three fcuerallVolunies,accordingto the 

pofitions of ihe Regions , whcreunto ihey 

were direftcd. 

The firft Volume containeth the worthy Difcoueries, 

&c. of the Bn^ifl) toward the North and Northeaft by Sea, as of 

Lapland^crikfima,Corelia,the'B3ieo{S.NfCo/as,tbel{lesoiCol^oieue,Vaigitta, 

zi\dNomZemi>la,towaTd the greatRiuer O^.with the mighty Empire oi%i;jfia, 

the Cai}ia» Scifieergia, Artnenia, Media, PerJUt'Biighar'mBdh-ia, 

and diucrs kingdoines ofTaruiria: 

Together with many nofable monuments and teftimonics 

of the ancient forrcn tradesjand of the warrelikc andothcx 

/hipping ofthis Realtne o( England in former ages. 

fyhereunto is annexed ahriefe (ommentary of the truejlate (j/"! fland, 

and ot the Nonhren Seas and lands fituate chat way : As alfo the 
memorable defeatofthe S^ani^ huge Armida, ft nno i J 8 8. 

f The fecond Volume comprehendeth the principall 

Nauigations, Voyages, Traffiqucs,and difcoueries oirhtEnglijh 

Nation made by Sea otouer-land, to the South and South-eail 

paitsof theWor]d,as welhviihinas without the Scrcightof 

G<WMr,at any time within the compafle of thefe ifoo. 

yeres: Diuidedimo twoleucra]paics,&c. 

fBy Richard Haklvyt Preacher, and foroctimc Stu- 
dent of Chrifl-Church in Oxford. 




• » 4 * 

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^ Imprinted at London hy Qeorge^ijhop, 
il(alph ^f^herkj and '^bert !Barker, 
Anmo 1^99' 



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[2061] CONTENTS OF VOL. I. {continued) — 

Jenkinson, A. Third Voyage into Russia, 1566 page Z72 

Edwards, A., J. Spark, L. Chapman, C. Faucet, and R. Pingle. Voyage 

into Persia, 1568 389 

Banister, T., and G. Ducket. Voyage into Persia, 1569 394 

Burrough, Capt. W. Voyage of 13 English Ships to the Narue in Liefland, 

1570 401 

Jenkinson, A. Fourth Voyage into Russia, 1571 402 

Burrough, C. Sixth Voyage into Persia, 1579 419 

Pet, Arthur, and E. Jackman. Voyage to Discover the North-east Seas 

beyond the Hand of Vaigats, 1580 445 

Horsey, Master Jerome. Voyage over land from Mosco in Russia to England, 

1584 469 

Fletcher, Giles. A Description of Russia, 1588 473-492 

Voyage to the North-east, performed by certaine RuSscs, and translated out 

of Sigismuudus ab Herberstein 492 

Voyage to Sibier and the River Ob, by land, declared in a Letter written to 

Gerardus Mercator ... ... ... .. ... ... ... 510 

Honourable testimonies of divers strangers touching the notable discoveries 

of the English, made in the North-east parts 5l3 

Arngrimus, Jonas. A Brief Commentary of Island ; its True State, &c., 1593 

(in Latin and in English) 515-590 

Gudbrandus Thorlacius, Bishop of Holen. Letter concerning the Ancient 

state of Island and Gronland ... ... ... ... ... ... 590 

Ambassages, Treatises, Letters, and other Observations, depending upon the 

Voyages of this volume, pp. 1-510 passim. 

The vanquishing of the Spanish Armada, 1588 591 

Meterem, Emanuel. The Miraculous Victory atchieved by the English fleete, 

under the Lord Charles Howard, upon the Spanish huge Armada sent in 

the year 1588 for the Invasion of England, together with the wofull and 

misei'able successe of the said Armada afterward, upon the coasts of 

Norway, of the Scottish Western Isles, of Ireland, of Spaine, of France, 

and of England, &c 591 

Essex, Earl of. A briefe and true Report of the honourable Voyage to Cadiz, 

1596, of the overthrow of the King's Fleet, and of the wianiug, sacking, 

and burning of the Citie, &c 606 



[2062] CONTENTS OF VOL. II., 1599 : — 

Dedication to the Right Hon. Sir Robert Cecil. 
Voyages by and within the Streioht of Gibraltar, to the South and 
South-east quarters of the World :- — 

Helena, Empresse. Voyage to Jerusalem, 337 page 1 

Constantine the Great "Voyage to Greece, ^gypt, Per.sia, &c. 339 ... 2 

Pelagius Cambrensis. Voyage into ^gypt and Syria, 390 4 

Voyage of certaine Englishmen sent by tlie French King to Constantinople, 

unto Justinian the Emperor, about 500 4 

Sighelmus, Bishop of Shirburne. Memorable Voyage, sent by King Alphred 

unto S. Thomas of India, 883 ... 5 

Erigen, John. Voyage to Athens, in 885 5 

Whiteman, Andrew, alias Leucander. Voyage to Palsestina, 1020 ... 6 

Swanus, son of Earl Godwin. Voyage unto Jerusalem, 1052 6 

Voyage of three Ambassadors sent in the time of Edward the Confessor, unto 

Constantinople, and from thence unto Ejihesu.s, 1056 7 

Alured, Bishop of Worcester. Voyage unto Jerusalem, 1058 8 

Ingulphus, Abbat of Croiland. Voyage unto Jerasalem, 1064 8 

Beauchamps. Voyage with Robert Curtois son of William the Conqueror, to 

Jerusalem, 1096 10 

Gutuere, an English Lady married unto Baldwine, brother of Godfrey duke of 

Bouillon. Voyage toward Jenisalem, 1097 10 

Edgar. Voyage to Jerusalem, with Robert, son of Godwine, 1102 .. 11 
Godericus. Expedition unto the Holy Land, 1102 12 



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Hardine. Voyage, with 200 sayles of Christians ships to Joppa, 1102 page 12 
Voyage by Sea of Englishmen, Danes, and Flemings to Joppa, 1109 ... 13 
Athelard of Bathe. Voyage to Jigypt and Arabia, 1130... ... ... 15 

William Archbishop of Tyre. Voyage to Jerusalem and Tyre, 1130 ... 16 
Robert Ketenensis. Voyage to Dalmatia, Greece, and Asia, 1143 ... 16 
Voyage of certaine Englishmen under Lewis to the Holy Land, 1147 ... 17 

Lacy, John. Voyage to Jerusalem, 1173 17 

Mandevile, William, Erie of Essex. Voyage to Jerusalem, 1177 ... 17 

Kichard L, Baldwine, Abp. of Canterbury, Richard surnanied Canonicus, 

Gulielmus Peregrinus, Walter Hubert, Bishop of Salisbury. Famous 

Voyage into Syria and PaliEstiua for the recovering of Jerusalem out of 

the hands of the Saracens, 1190 20-31 

Curson, Cardinal Robert. Voyage to Damiata in J5gypt, 1218 .. ... 31 
Voyage of Earle Chester, Earle of Winchester, William de Albanie, Earle of 

Arundel, &o., to the Holy Land, 1218 32 

Voyage of Henry Bohun and Saer Quincy to the Holy Land, 1222 ... 32 
Earle of Chester. Voyage to the Holy Land, and to Damiata, 1218 ... 32 
Petrus de Rupibus, Bp. of Winchester. Voyage to Jerusalem, 1231 ... 33 
The honourable Voyage of Richard, Earle of Cornwall, with William Long- 
espee. Earl of Salisburie, &c., into Syria, 1240 ... ... ... 33 

Voyage of William Long-espee into jEgypt with King Lewis, 1248 ... 33 
Edward, Prince, Robert Turneham, &c. Voyage into Syria, 1270 ... 36 
Odoricus, Frier Beatus. Voyage to Asia Minor, Armenia, Chaldaea, Persia, 

India, China, and other remote parts, &c. about 1325 39,67 

Goui-ney, Matthew. Voyage against the Moores of Alger in Spaine ... 67 
Henry IV. Voyage with an Armie of Englishmen to Tunis ... ... 69 

Hawkwood, John. Travailes and Memorable Victories, in Italy ... 70 

Huntington, Earl. Voyage to Jerusalem, and S. Katherins Mount, 1394 70 
Mowbrey, Thomas Lord, Duke of Norfolk. Voyage to Jerusalem,1399... 70 
Voyage of the Bi-shop of Winchester to Jerusalem, 1417 ... ... ... 71 

Voyage intended by Henry IV. to the Holy Land, 1413 ... ... ... 71 

Voyages of the two ships Holy Crosse and Matthew Gunson to Candia and 

Chio, 1534-35 98 

Chaloner, Sir Thomas. Voyage to Algier, 1541 99 

Bodenham, Roger. Voyage to Candia and Chio, 1550 ... ... ... 99 

Lok, John. Voyage to Jerusalem, 1553 ... ... ... ... ... 101 

A briefe Description of the Isle of Cyprus. The Siege and Taking of Fama- 

gasta, 1571 117-131 

Foxe, John. Voyage to Gibraltar, 1563, and his worthy enterprize in deliver- 
ing 266 Christians from the Turkes at Alexandria, 1577 ... ... 131 

Aldersey, Laurence. Voyage to Jerusalem and Tripolis, 1581 ... ... 150 

Voyage of the Sunan to Constantinople ; wherein W. Harebome was sent 
first Ambassador unto the Great Tufke, 1582... ... ... ... 165 

Voyage of a Ship, called Tfte Jesus, to Tripolis in Barbary, 1583... ... 184 

Austel, H. Voyage by Venice to Ragusa, overland to Constantinople ; through 

Moldavia, Polonia, Silesia, and Germany into England, 1586 ... 194 

Voyage of Cesar Frederick into the East and beyonde the Indies, 1563... 213 

Fitch, Ralph. Voyage by way of Tripolis in Syria, to Ormuz, Goa, Cambaia, 

Bengala, Bacola, Chonderi, Pegu, Siam, &c., 1583-1591 250 

Eldred, John. Voyage to Tripolis in Syria by sea, and from thence by land 
and river to Babylon and Balsara, 1583 ... ... ... ... 268 

Evesham, John. Voyage by sea into jEgypt, 1586 281 

Aldersey, L. Voyage to the Cities of Alexandria and Cairo, 1586 ...282 

Voyage of iive marchant Ships of London into Turkic ; and their valiant 

Fight with 11 Gallies and two Frigats of the King of Spaine, within the 

Streits of Gibraltar, 1586 285 

Hareborne, W. Voyage overland from Constantinople to London, 1588 289 

Wrag, R. Voyage to Constantinople and Syria, 1593-95 ; wherein is shewed 

the manner of delivering the second Present by M. Ed. Barton, Her 

Majestie's Ambassadour, to the Emperour of Turkie 303 

Ambassages, Letters, and Observations depending upon the Voyages con- 
tained in the first part of this volume, pp. 1-311 passim. 




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[2063] CONTENTS OF VOL. II., PART II., 1599 : — 

Voyages made without the Stkaight of Gibraltar to the South, and 
South-east Quarters of the World, wherein also mention is made of Sea- 
fights, and memorable acts performed by the English Nation : — 
Voyage of Macham, the first discoverer of the Isle of Madera, 1344 page 1 
First Two Voyages to Barbary, 1551-52 ... ... ... ... ... 7 

Windam, T. Voyage to Guinea and Benin, 1553 9 

Lok, J. Voyage to Guinea, 1554 14 

Towrson, W. Three Voyages to Guinea, the Castle of Mina, &c., 1555-57 23 
Voyages to Guinea at the charges of Sir W. Gerard, &c., 1562-64 ... 54 
Fenner, Geo. Voyage to Guinea and the Isles of Capo Verde, 1566 ... 57 

Hogan, Edm. Ambassage to the Emperour of Marocco, 1577 64 

Stukeley, T. Voyage into Barbary, 1578 67 

Perera, Galeotto, and others. Reports of China by the Portuguese 68-80 

Of the Island Japan, and other Isles in the East Ocean 80-88 

TreatLse of the Kingdom of China, the Estate and Government thereof 88-98 

Stevens, T. Voyage about the Cape of Buona Esperanza unto Goa, 1579 99 

Lancaster, J. Memorable Voyage about the Cape of Buona Esperanza, along 

the Easteme Coast of Africa, beyond Cape Comori, as far as the maine 

land of Malacca, and thence home again, begun 1591 ... ... 102 

Roberts, H. Ambassage to Mully Hamet, Emperor of Morocco, 1585 ... 117 

Kaleigh, Sir Walter. Voyage to the Azores ; tooke the Govemour of the 

Isle of S. Michael, and Pedro Sarmiento, Govemour of the Streights of 

Magellan, in 1586 120 

Drake, Sir Francis. Voyage to Cadiz, and Exploits performed upon the 
Coast of Spaine and Portugale, and his taking the great East Indian 

Carak, the Sant Philip, neere the Isle of S. Michael, 1587 121 

Welsh, James. Two Voyages to Benin, in Africa, 1588-90 ... ... 126 

Voyage to Spaine and Portugale, by Colonel Anthonie Wingfield, 1589... 134 

Cumberland, Earle of. Voyage to the Azores, 1589 155 

Fight performed by ten marchants Ships of London against 12 Spanish Gallies 

in the Streit of Gibraltar, 1590 166 

The valiant Fight performed in the Streit of Gibraltar by the Ceitturion of 
London against five Spanish GaUies, 1591 ... ... ... ... 168 

True Report of the Fight about the Isles of the Azores between H.M.S. the 
Revenge, under Sir Richard Grinvile, and an Armada of the King of 

Spaine, 1591. Written by Sir Walter Ralegh 169 

Voyage of certaine Ships of London to the Coast of Spaine and the Azores, 

1591. Reported by Robert Flick 176 

Eainolds, R. and T. Dassel. Voyage to the Senega and Gambra, 1591 ... 188 
Briefe Relations concerning the Conquest and Riches of the Cities and 

Provinces of Tombuto and Gago, 1594 192 

White, T. The taking of two Spanish Ships, laden with quicksilver and 

with the Pope's BuUes, bound for the West Indies, 1592 193 

The taking of the mightie and rich carak called the Madre de Dios, and of 
the Saiita Clara, a biskaine of 600 tunnes, as likewise the firing of 

another gi-eat carak, called the (S'ajito CVitz, 1592 194 

Amba.s3ages, Letters, Privileges, &c., appertaining to the Voyages in the 
second part of this volume, pp. 1 — 203 passim. 

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Voyage and discovery of the West Indies by Madoc, Prince of Wales, 1170, 

with testimonies and relations ensuing upon this voyage ... page 1 

Columbus, Bartholomew. Offer of the Discovery of the West Indies to King 

Henry VII., with the King's acceptance of the said offer 2 

Voyages undertaken for the Finding of a North-West Passage to the North 

parts of America, to Mcta Incognita, and Greenland : — 6 

Sebastian Cabota. Voyage to the North part of America, for the Discovery 

of a North-West Passage, and thence back to Florida, 1497 ... 6 

Gilbert, Sir Humfrey. Discourse to prove a passage by the North-West to 

Cataya and the East Indies 11 

Frobisher, M. Three Voyages of Discovery to the West and North-West, in 

search for a passage to China, 1576-78 29 

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[2064] hakluyt's collection', vol. hi. {continued) — 

Descriiition of the Country and People founde in Meta Incognita page 93 
Davis, John. Vo3'ages for the discovery of a N.-W. Passage, 1585-86... 98 
Voyage, of the Sunshine and Northstarre after Davis had sent them to dis- 
cover a passage betweene Groenland and Iseland, 1587 Ill 

Zeno, Nicolas and Anthony. Voyage to the yles of Frisland, Island, En- 

gronland, Estotiland, Drogeo, and loaria, begun 1380 121 

Voyages made to Newfoundland, to the Isles of Ramea, and the Isle of 
Assumption, as also the Coasts of Cape Briton and Arambec : — 
Voyage of two Ships, whereof one was called the Dominus vobisaim, for the 

discovery of the North Parts, 1527 129 

Hore, M. Voyage to Newfoundland and Cape Briton, in 1536 ... 129 

Gilbert, Sir Humfrey. Voyage to Newfoundland, 1583 143 

The Discovery of the Isle of Ramea, in the ship Bonaventure, 1591 ... 189 
Fisher, R. Voyage of the Ship Marigold unto Cape Briton, &c., 1593 191 

Drake, Geo. Voyage to the Isle of Ramea, 1593 193 

Voyage of the Grace of Bristoll up the Gulfe of S. Laurence to the north-west 
of Newfoundland, as far as the Isle of Assumption, 1594 ... 194 

Leigh, C. Voyage to Cape Briton and the Isle of Ramea, 1597 ... 195 

Voyages made for the Discovery of the Gulfe of Saint Laurence, thence up 
the River of Canada to Hochelaga, &c. : — 
Cartier, Jaques. Voyages to Newfoundland, the Gulfe of Saint Laurence 
and Grand Bay, up the River of Canada to Hochelaga, &c. 1534-40 201 
Roche, J. F. de la. Voyage to Canada, Hochelaga, and Saguenay, 1542 240 
Observations, together with an excellent Ruttier for some part of Newfound- 
land, for the Grand Bay, and the River Canada, 211-242 passim. 
VorAGEs and Navigations of the English to Virginia, chiefly at the 
charges of Sir Walter Ralegh, pp. 246-294 : — 
First Voyage to Virginia, by Philip Amadas and A. Bailow, 1584 ... 93 

Second Voyage to Virginia, made by Sir R. Grin vile, 1585 251 

Third Voyage made in 1 586 for the reliefe of the colonic ... ... 265 

Brief and True Report of the new found land of Virginia. Written by Thomas 

Harlot, servant to Sir Walter Ralegh 266-280 

Fourth Voyage to Virginia in 1587, wherein was transported the second 
colonic, with the names of those who remained to inhabite there ... 280 

Fifth Voyage, made by John White in 1590 288 

Letters Patents, Discourses, Observations, and Advertisements belonging to 
the Voyages made unto Virginia, pp. 243-287 passim. 
Voyages to the Coast and Inland of Florida, pp. 290-362 : — 
Verrazzano, John de, Florentine. Voyage to the Coast of Florida, 1524 295 
Divers particulars of Florida, pp. 295-362 passim. 

Description of the West Indies, and Florida 301 

Ribault, John. Voyages to Florida, 1562 and 1565 308,349 

Laudonniere, Capt. Rene. Voyage to Florida, 1564 319 

Gonrgues, Capt. Dominique. Voyage to Florida, 1567 356 

Voyages made from Nueva Galicia and Nueva Biscaya, in New 
Spaine, to New Mexico, Cibola, and Quivira, pp. 362-447 : — 
Marco de Nica, Friar. Voyage from S. Michael in Culiacan, to the king- 
dome of Ceuola, or Cibola, North of Nueva Espanna, 1539 366 

Vasquez de Coronado, Francis. Voyage from Nueva Galicia to Cibola, 

Acuco, Tiguex, Quivira, and to the Westerne Ocean, 1540 373 

Ruis, Fi-ier Aug. Voyage to the 15 provinces of New Mexico, 1581 383, 389 
Espejo, Ant. de. Voyage, Nueva Galicia to New Mexico, 1582... 383, 390 
Discourses, Letters, &c., depending upon the Voyages to New Mexico, 

Cibola, and Quivira, pp. 362-396 passim. 
Ulloa, Francisco de. Voyage by the Coasts of Nueva Galicia, and Culiacan, 

into the Gulfe of California, &o. 1539 397 

Alarchon, Fernando. Voyage and Discovery to the bottome of the Gulfe of 

California, and 85 leagues up the River Buena Guia, 1540 425 

Drake, Sir Francis. Voyage from Guatulco, Nueva Espanna, to the N.W. 
of California, as far as 43 deg., and backe againe to 38 deg., where he 
entrenched himselfe, called the Countrey Nova Albion, and tooke 
posseseioa on behalfe of her Majestie 440 



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[2064] CONTENTS OF VOL. III. (continued) — 

Gualle, Francis. Voyage from Acapulco in New Spaine to Manilla, in tlie 
Philippinas, and to Macao, in China ; and from Macao by the Lequeos, 
Isles of Japan, and by the North-west part of America in 37i deg. backe 
agaiue to Acapulco, 1582-84 page U2 

VoTAQES TO Mexico and to the Principal Provinces thorowout New Spaine as 

farre as Nicaragua and Panamd, &c., pp. 447-495 : — 

Tomson, Robert. Voyage into New Spaine, 1555 447 

Bodenham, R. Voyage to S. Juan de Ullua, and City of Mexico, 1564... 455 
Chilton, John. Voyage to all the principall parts of Nueva Espanna, and to 

divers places in Peru, 1568 455 

Hawks, Henry. Voyage to Nueva Espanna, in which countre he travelled 

for five yeres, 1572 462 

Philips, Miles. Voyage, 1568, to the North of Panuco, Mexico, &c. ... 469 

Hortop, Job. Travels to the North of Panuco, 1586 487 

Relation of the Haven of Tecuanapa, a most convenient place for building 

ships, upon the South Sea, not farre from Nicaragua 495 

Voyages to West Indies, Guiana, Brazil, &c. : — 
Pert, Sir Thomas, and Sebastian Cabot. Voyage to Brasil, Santo Domingo, 

and Sant Juan de Puerto Rico, 1516 498 

Tison, Thomas. Voyage to the West Indies, before 1526 500 

Hawkins, Sir John. Voyages to the West Indies, the Coast of Guinie, the 

Isle of Dominica, the Coast of Tierra Firma, Nueva Espanna, Cape 

S. Anton, Cuba,and thorow the chanel of Bahama, 1562-68 500-521 
Drake, Sir Francis. Voyages to Nombre de Dios and Dariene, about 1572 525 
Oxnam, J. Voyage to West India, and over Dariene into the S. Sea, 1575 526 
Barker, And. Voyage to the Coast of Tierra Firma, and Honduras, 1576 528 
Drake, Sir F. Expedition to the West Indies, wherein were taken the Cities 

of Saint Jago, S. Dominigo, Carthegena, &c., 1585-86 534 

Baptista, Antonio. Relation of Spanish Ports, Harbour.s, Forts, &c., in the 

West Indies — Cartagena, Nombre de Dios, Puerto Bello, Panama, &c. 

Spanish Letters intercepted, 1587-90 548-565 

Michelson, W., and W. Mace. Voyage to the Bay of Mexico, 1589 ... 557 
Carey, Sir George. Relation of a Memorable Fight 13th June, 1591, against 

certain Spanish ships and Gallies in the West Indies... ... ... 565 

Newport, Chr. Voyage to the Isles of Dominica, S. Juan de Puerto Rico, 

Hispaniola, and to the Bay of the Honduras, 1591 567 

King, Capt. Wm. Voyage to the Bay of Mexico, 1592 670 

Voyage to the East Indies by Henry May, who in his return homeward 

suffered shipwracke upon the Isle of Bermuda, 1591-93 573 

Duddeley, Sir Robert. Voyage to Trinidad and Coast of Paria ; with his 

retume homeward by the Isles of Granata, Santa Cruz, Puerto Rico, 

Bermuda, &c., in which voyage he and his company tooke and sunke 

nine Spanish shippes, 1594-95 574 

Preston, Sir Amias. Voyage to the West Indies, 1595 ... ... ... 578 

Drake, Sir Francis, and Sir John Hawkins. Last Voyage to the Islands and 

Maine of the West Indies, 1595, in which voyage both died ... 583 

Sherley, Sir Antony. Voyage to S. Jago, Dominica, Coast of Tierra Firma, 

Jamaica, Honduras, and Newfoundland, 1596 598 

Parker, W. Voyage to Margarita, Jamaica, Truxillo, Puerto de Cavallos, 

&c., with his surprize of Campeche, chief town of Jucatan, 1596-97 602 
Ruttier for the West Indies, Terra Firma, and Nueva Espanna ... 603-627 
Ralegh, Sir Walter. Voyages for the Discovery of Guiana, 1595 627-662 ; 672 
Keymis, Laurence. Relation of the Second Voyage to Guiana, 1596 666-692 
Third Voyage set forth by Sir Walter Ralegh to Guiana, 1596 ... 692-697 

Hawkins, W. Voyages to Brasil, 1530-82 700 

Reniger, R. and T. Borey. Voyage to Brasil, 1540 701 

Pudsey. Voyage to Baya in Brasil, 1542 701 

Hare, S. Voyage to Brasil, 1580 : 702 

Lancaster, James. Voyage to Pemambuck in Brasil, 1594 708 

Voyage of two Englishmen to the River Plate, 1627 726 

Drake, John. Voyage up the River Plate, 1682 726 

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[2064] haklutt's collection, vol. III. {continued) — 

A Ruttier of the Coast of Brasil, from the Isle of Santa Catelina unto the 

Kiver Plate, and up the said Eiver, as farre as navigable ... page 728 
Drake. Sir Francis. Voyage into the South Sea, and about the Globe of the 

whole earth, 1577 730 

Relation of Nunno de Silva, a Portugal Pilot, taken by Drake at the Isles 

of Cabo Verde, and carried as far as New Spaine 749 

Winter, John. Voyage into the South Sea by the Streight of Magellan 748 
Fenton, Edw. and L. Ward. Voyage to Brasil, as far as 33 deg. S., 1582 754 
Withrington, and Chr. Lister. Voyage to South latitude of 44 deg. ... 762 
Lopez Vaz. Discourse of the West Indies and South Sea, 1587 778-802 
Candish, T. Voyages into the South Sea, and round the circumference of 

the whole earth, 1586-91, 93 ... 803-839 ; 842-852 

Voyage of the Delight, a ship of Bristol, to the Streights of Magellan ... 840 
Testimonies concerning the Mighty Kingdoms of Coray, Tartaria, &c., from 

Lettersof the Jesuits, 1590, &c 854-862 

Orders and Usages of the House of Contraction, Seville ... 862-68 
Observations, discourses, instructions, letters, ruttiers, relating to the voyages 

pp. 742-866 ^aasirft. 

SUPPLEMENT TO HAKLUYT'S COLLECTION. 

A Selection of Curious, Rare, and Early Voyages, and 

[2070] Histories of Interesting Discoveries, chiefly published by 
Hakluyt, or at his suggestion, but not included in his Cele- 
brated Compilation, to which, to Pubchas, and other general 
collections, this is intended as a Supplement. 4to. Lond. 1812. 

Galvano. Discoveries of the World from their first Origiuall, unto the yeere 
of our Lord, 1555 page 1 

Davis, J. The Wcrlde's Hydrographicall Description, 1595 51 

Bertrandon de la Brocr|uiere. Voyage d'Outremer et Retour de Jerusalem en 
France par la Voie de Terre, pendant 1432-33 69 

Vertomaimus, Lewes. Navigation and Voyages to the Regions of Arabia, 
Egypte, Persia, Syria, Ethiopia, and East India ... ... ... 147 

Langhenez, Bemardt. Briefe Description of a Voyage made by certaine 
Ships of Holland into the East Indies, 1595-97 213 

The prosperous and speedy Voyage to Java in the East Indies, performed by 
8 ships of Amsterdam, from Texell in Holland, whereof 4 went forward 
from Java for the Moluccas, 1598-99 245 

Bruton, William. Newes from the East Indies ; or a Voyage to Bengalla, 
one of the greatest kingdoms under the Great Mogull, with their detest- 
able religion, mad and foppish rites, wicked sacrifices, and impious 
customes, 1638 257 

Watreman, Wm. The Fardle of Facions, conteining the Aunciente Maners, 
Customes, and Lawes of the Peoples enliabitiug the two partes of the 
Earth, called Affricke and Asie, 1555 273 

The Conquest of the Graid Canaries, by 73 saile of shippes, sent forth at the 
Command of the States Generall to the Coast of Spaine and the Canarie 
Isles, 1599 ... .; 353 

Martyr, Peter. Historic of the West Indies, containing the Actes and 
Adventures of the Spaniards, translated by M. Lok 367 

Soto, Ferdinand de. Travels and Discoveries. Virginia richly valued, by 
the description of the Maine Land of Florida, her next neighbour, 
translated out of the Portuguese by Hakluyt... ... ... ... 689 

Jourdan, Silv. Discovery of the Barmudas, called the Isle of Divels ; by 
Sir Thomas Gates, Sir George Sommers, and Capt. Newport, 1610... 763 

True Coppie of a Discourse written by a Gentleman, employed in the late 
Voyage of Spaine and Portingale : sent to his particular friend, and by 
him published for the better satisfaction of all such as having been 
seduced by particular report, have entred into conceipts tending to the 
discredit of the Enterprise, and Actors of the same, 1589 771 

Essex, Earl of. Omissions of Cales Voyage, stated and discussed ... 803 



PURCHAS, HIS PILGRIMES. 53 

Hakluytus Posthumous, or Purchas, his Pilgrimes, in 

[2071-76] Five Bookes [Parts]. The first, contayning the 
Voyages and Peregrinations made by Ancients, Kings, 
Patriarkes, Apostles, Philosophers, and others, to and thorow 
the remoter parts of the knowne World ; Enquiries also of 
Languages and Religions, especially of the moderne diversified 
professions of Christianitie. The second, a Description of 
all the Circum-Navigations of the Globe. The third. Naviga- 
tions and Voyages of Englishmen, alongst the Coasts of 
Africa, to the Cape of Good Hope, and from thence to the 
Red Sea, the Abassine, Arabian, Persian, Indian, Shoares, 
Continents, and Hands. The fourth, English Voyages beyond 
the East Indies, to the Hands of Japan, China, Cauchinchina, 
the Philippine with others, and the Indian Navigations further 
prosecuted ; their just Commerce nobly vindicated against 
Turkish treacherie, victoriously defended against Portugall 
Hostilitie, gloriously advanced against Moorish and Ethnike 
Perfidie ; hopefully recovering from Dutch Malignitie, justly 
maintayned against ignorant and malicious Calumnie. The 
fifth. Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, Discoveries of the 
English Nation in the Easterne parts of the World ; con- 
tayning the English-Indian Occurrents, and contayning the 
English Aiiaires with the Great Samorine, in the Persian and 
Arabian Gulfes, and in other places of the Continent, and 
Hands of and beyond the Indies, the Portugall Attempts, and 
Dutch Disasters, divers Sea-fights with both, and many other 
remarkable relations. By Samuel Purchas, B.D. Maps and 
Illustrations. 5 vols., folio, Lond. 1625-26. 

[2071] CONTENTS OF VOL. I. (PAET I. BOOK I.) 

Solomons, King Navie sent from Eziongeber to Ophir, the Voyage largely 
discussed out of Divine, Ecclesiastical, and Humane Testimonies page 1 

The Commendations of Navigation, as an art wortliie of the care of the 
most Worthie, the Necesaitie, Commodite, Dignitie thereof ... 17 

Of Ezion Geber, Eloth, and the Red Sea ; that of Edom it received that 
name, and communicated it to the Indian Ocean, by the Phoenician 
Navigations frequent in those times to India... ... ... ... 21 

Of Ophir, divers opinions weighed and censured ; whether the Compas was 
knowne to the Old World ; that the remote parts were lately inhabited, 
the New World but newly, and a great part thereof not yet ... 25 

Joctans posteritie seated in the East parts of Asia, amongst them Ophir in 
India ultra Gangem, where Chryse was of old, and now is the Kingdome 
of Pegu, and the Regions adjoining ... ... ... ... ... 31 

Of the Gold, Silver, Gemmes, Ivorie, Almug Trees, Apes and Peacockes, 
which Salomons Fleet brought from Ophir 35 

Probable conjuctures of the course taken in the Ophirian Voytige, and 
account given of the three yeeres time spent there ; also of the course 
taken In like Voyages by the Romans, and the divers Ports whereto the 
Spices and riches of India have in divers Ages been brought, and thence 
dispersed to the several parts of Europe ... 39 

Of Tharsis, or Tharshish, whether it be the same with Ophir, and both, 
some indefinite remoter Countrie, whether it be the sea, or Tartessus, 
or any place in Spaine. Of the Ancient Navigations about Africa, and 
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[2071] PURCHAS, HIS P1LGE1ME8, CONTENTS OF VOL. I. (PART I. BK. I.) (eoniirmed)— 
Mall's Life a Pilgrimage. The Peregrinations of Christ, and the first encom- 
passing the habitable or then inhabited World by the Holy Apostles 

and first Planters of the Gospell page i9 

The Peregrinations of S. Peter, S. Andrew, John, and two Jacobi, Philip, 
Simon Zelotes, Thomas, Bartholomew, Matthew, Jude, Matthias, and 

of counterfeit Writings in the Apostles' names 51 

Of S.Paul; of Apostolicall Assistants ..56 

Of America, whether it were then peopled 58 

The glorie of Apostolicall Conquests ; the hopes of enlarging the Church in 
the last Age, by knowledge of Arts and Languages, through the benefit 

of Printing and Navigation ... ... fil 

Of divers other principall Voyages and Peregrinations mentioned in Holy 
Scripture. Of the travels and dispersions of the Jewes, and of National 

Transmigrations _.-. 66 

Fabulous Antiquities of the Peregrinations and Navigations of Bacchus, 
Osiris, Hercules, the Argonauts, Cadmus, the Grsecian Navie to Troy, 

Menelaus, Ulysses, Mneas, and others .. ... 68 

A Briefe Recital of Famous Expeditions mentioned in Ancient Histories, of 
the Assyrians, Egyptians, Scythians, Ethiopians, Persians, and others 72 
Travels of the Ancient Philosophers and learned men briefly mentioned. 74 
Phcenician Voyages, and especially that of Hanno, a Carthaginian ... 77 
lambulus, his Navigation to Arabia and Ethiopia, and thence to a strange 

Hand, from whence he sailed to Palimbothra in India 79 

Alexander the Great ; Life, Acts, Peregrinations, and Conquests ... 81 

Travels of Musseus, Thebsens, and others mentioned by S. Ambrose ; of 

others also mentioned in the Ecclesiastical Histories of Eusebius, RufiSnus, 

Socrates, and Sozomen ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 89 

A Briefe and General Consideration of Europe compared with the other parts 
of the World ; the Names, Quantitie, Bounds, Qualitie, Excellencies, 

and Languages of Europe 90 

Brerewood, Edw. Enquiries of Languages 95 

Enquiries of the Religions professed in the World, with other Philoso- 
phical Speculations, and divers Annotations added _ ... 112 

Relations of divers Travellers, touching the Diversities of Christian Rites 
and Tenents in divers parts of the World .. ... ... ... 147 

Tecla Maria, an Abassine. Ausweres to questions touching the Religion of 

the Abassines and Cophti 147 

Leonard, Bp. of Sidon. Relations of the Jacobites and Armenians ...150 

Of Simon Sulaka, an Easterne Patriarke, amongst the Chaldaeans ; and of 

others sent thither. Of Abdesu, Aatalla, Donha, his successors ... 151 

Of the Cophti, their Synode at Cairo, the Jesuites being the Pope's Agents, 

and of Stephen Colinzas Message to the Georgians, and two Jesuites sent 

to the Maronites _ •■. ... 151 

Erroros ex libris Maronitarum excerpti 1580 sunt autem hnjusmodi ... 152 
Angelos, Chr. Of the Condition of Life in which the Greeks now live, and 

of their Rites of Fasts, Feasts, and other Observations 154 

Stroza, Peter. Treaties of the Opinions of the Chaldeans, touching the 

Patriarke of Babylon, and the Nestorians in Asia 163 

A Briefe Survey of the Ecclesiasticall Politic, Ancient and Modeme, or of the 
severall Patriarchs, Archbishops, and Bishops' Sees thorow the Christian 
World ; also of the Jesuites CoUedges and Numbers, and of other Monas- 

tical Orders 168 

A Discourse of the Diversitie of Letters used in divers Nations of the World ; 
the Antiquitie, manifold use and varietie thereof, with exemplarie 
descriptions of very many strange Alphabets 176 

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Of the Improvement of Navigation in later times, and of Magnetical and As- 
tronomical Instruments, first applied to Navigation page 1 

Henrie, Prince ; son of John, King of Portugal. Discoveries, and of the 
helps both against the Moores, and in their Discoveries which the Portu- 
gals have received of our Nation 4 



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[2073] CONTENTS OF VOL. I. PAET II. (eoiUinued) — 

John, King. Second Discoveries, and Advancement of the Art of Navigation, 

1481-87 page 7 

Columbus, Chr. Conjectures touching a New World 8 

Firet Voyage, and Improvement therein of the Mariner's Art, 1492 10 

Alexander VI., Pope. Bull made to Castile touching the New World, 1493, 

with Animadversions 13 

The Portugals Discontent and Compromise with the Spaniard, and the First 

Discoveriesof the East Indies, 1493-4 26 

Gama's Acts at Calicut and his Return, 1499 28 

The Second Fleet sent to the East Indies ; their Discoverie of Brazil, and 

otheracts, 1500 30 

Albuquerque's Exploits, and the first knowledge of the Moluccas ... 32 

Magalianes, F. The occasion of his Voyage, and the particulars of the same, 

w^ith the Compassing of the World ; gathered out of Ant. Pigafetta, 

who was in the said Circumnavigation, also from divers other 

authora, 1519-22 "33 

Drake, Sir Francis. Circumnavigation of the Earth, 1577-80 46 

Pretty, Francis. Voyage of Thomas Candish into the South Sea, and from 

thence round about the Circumference of the whole Earth, 1586-88 57 

Candish, Thomas. Letter to Lord Hunsdon, touching the successe of his 

Voyage about the World, 1588 70 

Noort, Oliver. Voyage round about the Globe, 1598-1601 71 

Sebald de Wert. Voyage to the South Sea, and Miserie in the Streights 

nine months, 1598-99 78 

Spilbergen, George. Voyage of, which passed by the Magellane Streighta 

and South Sea, unto the East Indies, and thence (having encom- 

* passed the whole circumference of the Earth) home, 1614-17 ... 80 

Schot, Apol. Discourse of the Present State of the Moluccas ... ... 86 

SpUbergen, G. Brief Description of the Forts, Souldiers, and Militarie Pro- 
vision, as also of their Trade and Shipping in the East Indies, under the 

States of the United Provinces, 1616 87 

Schouten, Corn. Circumnavigation ; who, Southwards from the Streights 
of Magellan im Terra del Fuego, found and discovered a new passage 
through the great South Sea, and that way sayled round about the 

World, 1615-17 88 

Of the First English Voyages to the East Indies, before the establishment of 
the East Indian Companie ... ... ... ... ... ... 109 

Sighelmus, Mandevile, Stevens, Fitch and divers other Englishmen, their 

Indian Voyages 109 

Wood, Benj. Voyage into the East Indies, 1596-1601 110 

Mildenhall, John. Travailes into the Indies, and in the Countries of Persia, 
and of the Great Mogul, 1599. Mildenhall, J. Second Letter to Master 

R. Staper, from Casbin in Persia, 1606 114 

Davis, Capt. John. Voyage to the Easteme India, 1598-1600 116 

Adams, W. Voyage by the Magellan Streights to Japon, 1598-1611 ... 125 
Davis, Capt. J. Third Voyage, with Sir E. Miohelborne to the East Indies, 

1604-6 ... 132 

A PrivUedge for fifteene yeeres granted by Her Majestic to certaine Adven- 
turers, for the Discoverie of the Trade for the East Indies, Dec. 80, 

1600 ... 139 

First Voyage made to East India by Sir John Lancaster, 1600, with four 
ships. The preparation to this Voyage, and what befell them in the 
Way till they departed from Saldania to Achen in Sumatra, with their 
trading at Saint Maries, AntongUl, Nicubar ; the strange plant of 
Sombrero, and other occurrents. Their entertainment and Trade at 
Achen, and Q. Elizabeth's Letter to that King ; their presents to and 
from the King, his letters to Q. Elizabeth, their departure from Pria- 
man and Bantam, and settling a Trade there, with their departure 
for England. Portugall Wiles discovered, with a Prize taken neere 
Malacca ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 147 

Scot, Edmund. Discourse of Java, and of the First English Factorie there, 
with divers Indian, English, and Dutch occurrents, 1602-5 ... 164 



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Claybome, Thomas. Discourse of a Second Voyage to the East Indies under 
Sir H. Middleton, 1604-6, with 4 ships page \%^ 

Keeling, "W. Journal of the Third Voyage to the East Indies, 1607-10, with 
3 ships. Their disasters and putting back for Sierra Leona ; what hap- 
pened till they departed from Saldania. Instructions leamed at Delisa 
of the Moores and Gusarates touching the Monsons ; coming to Priaman 
and Bantam, with their Voyage to Banda ... ... .. ... 188 

Hawkins, Capt. W. Relation of the ocourrents which happened in the time 
of his residence in India, in the Countie of the Great Mogoll ; and of 
his departure from thence, 1608-13. A briefe discourse of the strength, 
wealth, and government, with some customs of the Great Mogoll ... 206 

Middleton, David. Voyage from Tilbuiie Hope, 1606-8 226 

Jones, T. Briefe nan-ation of the Fourth Voyage to the East Indies under 
Alex.^Sharpey and R. Rowles, with Discoverie of the Red Sea ... 228 

Report of W. ]Nicols, which travelled by Land from Bramport to Masulipa- 
tan, written at I5antam by H. Moris, 1612 232 

The unhappie Voyage of the Union, till she arrived at Priaman, 1609, re- 
ported by a Letter sent by S. Bradshaw ; written by H. Moris, 1610 232 

Salbanke, Joseph. Voyage through India, Persia, part of Turkie, the Persian 
Gulfe, and Arabia, 1609 235 

Middleton, David. Voyage to Java and Banda, 1609 ... 238 

Middleton, Sir Henrie. Sixth Voyage, set forth by the East Indian Com- 
panie in 3 ships, 1610-12, The Proceeding of his Voyage till he came 
to Moha in the Red Sea. Turkish treacherie at Moha and Aden with 
the English. Sir H. Middleton and 34 others sent to the Basha at 
Zenan ;. Description of the Countrie, and occuiTents till their returne. 
Indian shipping at Moha ; Sir H. Middleton's escape from the Turkes. 
Departure from Surat, and what happened there with the Cambayans 
and Portugals, going to Dabul, and thence to the Red Sea, and enforced 
trade with the Guzerates .. ... ... ... •■• ■■■ 247 

Dounton, Capt. Nich. Journal, or certain extracts thereof, 1611-12. Their 
coming to Saldania, and thence to Socatora, of Abba del Curia, Arabia 
Felix, Aden and Moha, and the treacherous dealing of both places. Their 
departure from Moha to Assab, and after that, higher into the Red 
Sea, thence to Socatora, and after that Surat ... _.. 274 

Marten, Nath. Seventh Voyage into East India, under Capt. Auth. Hippon, 
1610-15 314 

Floris, P. Williamson. Extracts of his Journal, for the Seventh Voyage, 
1610-15. Voyage to Paleacatte, Petapoli, Masulipatan, Bantam, Patania, 
and Siam. Relations of .strange occurrents in Pegu, Siam, Joor, Patane, 
and the Kingdoms adjacent ... ... ... ... ... ... 319 

Tatton, John. Journal of a Voyage made by Captain S. Castleton to the East 
Indies, 1612-13 .' 328 

Saris, John. Eighth Voyage set forth by the East Indian Societie, wherein 
were employed three ships, under the command of Capt. John Saris. 
His course and acts to and in the Red Sea, Java, Moluccas, and Japan 
(by the inhabitants called Neffoon, where also he first began and settled 
an English Trade and Factorie), with other remarkable varities, 
1611-14 _ ■•• 334 

Observations of occurrents which happened in the East Indies during 

his abode at Bantam, 1605-9 384 

Cockes, R. Relation of what passed in the General's absence going to the 
Emperour's Court. Whereunto are added divers Letters of his and others, 
for the better knowledge of Japonian affaires ... 895 

Finch, W. Observations taken out of his large Joumall, touching Sierra 
Leona, in 1607 ; S. Augustine and Socotora ; occurrents in India ; 
Journey to Agra ; Description of Fetipore, Byana, Lahore, &c. ... 414 

Davy, John. Journal of the Ninth Voyage to the East Indies, under Capt. 
E. Marlowe, 1611-15 440 

Davis, John. A Ruter, or briefe direction for readie sayling into the East 
India, digested into a plaine methode, upon experience of the five 
voyages thither, and home again .. ... 444 



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[2072] CONTENTS OF VOL. I. PAET II. {coiUinued) — 

Best, TTiomas. Journal of the tenth Voyage to the East India, 1611-14, 
with 2 ships. Observations in their way to Surat, their Acts with the 
Mogol's subjects, and fights against the Portugals, settling a Factorie, 
and departure to Achen, Trade to Tecoo and Paasaman, tiieir going to 
Bantam, and thence home page i5S 

Copland, Rev. P. Bemembrances taken out of a Tractate written by, on the 
former Voyage [Best]. King of Aohen's Letter to His Majestie ; and 
Kotes of N. Salmon's Journal 466 

Boner, Robert. Notes taken out of the Journal of ; who was then Master in 
the Dragon [Cnpt. Besh] 479 

Extracts of a Tractate, written by Nich. "Withington, which was left in the 
Mogul's Countrey, by Capt. Best, a Factor ; his Adventures and Travels 
therein 482 

Wilson, Ralph. Journal of the eleventh Voyage to the East Indies, 
1611-13 486 

Payton, Waller. Journal of all the principal matters passed in the Voyage 
to the East India, 1612-14 488 

Downion, Capt. Nic. Extracts of the Journal of a Voyage to the East 
Indies ; wherein is related their happy successe against the Vice-Roy, 
and all the Indian Sea Forces of the Portugals, 1613-15 500 

Elkington, Capt. T. Collections taken out of the Journal of a Voyage to 
tlie East Indies, 1613-15 514 

Dodsworth, Edw. Breife Memorialls observed by, daring a Voyage to the 
East Indies, 1613-15 516 

Francisco, Domingo. Examination of, taken in Swally Roade, East India, 
aboord the Gift, Feb. 20, 1614 518 

Steel, R. , and J. Crowther. Journal of a Journey from Azmere in India, to 
Spahan, in Persia, 1615-16 519 

Millward, John. Memorials of a Voyage to the East Indies, 1614-15 ... 524 

Peyton, Capt. Walter. Second Voyage into the East Indies, 1614-16. A 
briefe declaration of the Ports, • Cities, and Towns, inhabited and traded 
unto by the Portugalls, betwixt the Cape of Good Hope and Japan. 528 

Roe, Sir Thomas. Observations collected out of His Journal, of matters 
occurring worthy memorie in the way, and in the Mogol's Court, his 
customes, cities, countries, subjects, and other Indian Affaires, 
1614-17 535 

Coryat, Thomas. Letter from Jerusalem to the Court of the Great Mogol, 
1615-16, with observarions ... ... ... ... ... ... 592 

Hawes, Roger. Memorialls taken out of the Journal of, touching the 
Proceedings of the Factone of Cranganor under the Great Samorine, 
1615 603 

Childe, Alex. Journal from England to Surat, and thence to J&sques in 
Persia, 1616 606 

Spurway, "Thomas. Letter touching the wrongs done at Banda to the English 
by the Hollanders, 1617 608 

Hatch, John. Relations and Remembrances of a Voyage, set forth by the 
East Indian Societie, 1616-21 618 

Heynes, Edw. Voyage from Surat to Moha, in the Rea Sea, for settling an 
English Trade in those parts, 1618 622 

Pring, Capt. Martin. Brief Notes of two Voyages into the East Indies, 
1614-16. Second Voyage into the East Indies, 1616-21 : — Occurrents 
in the way, at Surat, Bantam, Icatra, Coromandel, and Teco. Voyage 
from Bantam to Patania, and thence to Japan and Icatra, set by itself 
for the use of Mariners ... 631 

Hores, W. Discourse of his Voyage from Surat to Achen, Teco, and Bantam, 
1618-19 656 

Conrthop, Nath. Journal of his Voyage from Bantam to the Hands of 
Banda, with his residence in Banda and occurrents there, 1616-20, with 
the surrender of Poolaroone by the Dutch 664 

Hayes, Rt. Continuation of the fonner Journal, containing the death of 
Capt. Courthop, surrender of Lantore, news of the peace, and after the 
peace Lantore and Poolaroone seized by the Dutch 1620-21 679 



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[2072] PUECHAS, HIS PILGEIMES, CONTENTS OF VOL. I. PART II. {continued) — 

Letter written to the East India Corapanie in England, from their Factors, 

1621 page 684 

The Hollanders Declaration of the affaires of the East Indies ; written in an 

answere to the former Reports, touching wrongs done to the English in 

the Islands of Banda, 1622 687 

An Answer to the Hollanders declaration concerning the occurrents of the 

East India 690 

Relations and Depositions touching the Hollanders brutish and cruel usage 

of the English, 1621 693 

Fitz- Herbert, Capt. Humphrey. Pithy Description of the chiefe Hands of 

Banda and Moluccas, 1621 697 

Middleton, Sir H. Voyage to the Moluccas ; with three severall surrenders 

of certaine of the Banda Islands, Pooloway, Poolaroonc, Rosinging, and 

Wayre, to the King of England, 1620 701 

Dutch Navigations to the East Indies, out of their own Journals and other 

Histories 706 

Swan, R. Extract of a Journal of a Voyage to Surat and to Jasques in the 

Persian Gulfe, with 4 ships 723 

Relation of the iight of four English Ships with foure Portugall ships, two 

Galliots, and ten Frigates in the Gulfe of Persia, 1620 728 

Smith, Rt. Letter to his brother, relating of a rare attempt and exploit of a 

small English Pinnasse, in taking a Portugall ship ... ... ... 729 

Hobbs, Giles. Travaile from Miisco to Spahaii, 1620 729 

Mun, T. Discourse of Trade from England unto the East Indies, answering 

to divers objections which are usually made against the same ... 732 



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Leo, John. Observations of Africa, and a Description of the Kingdomes of 
Bugia and Tunis, the Land of Negroes, and of the confines of Egypt ; 
with an account of the People, Tribes, Languages, Seasons, Vertues, 
Vices, and other more general considerations of Africa ... page 749 

Collections of things most remaikable in the Historic of Barbarie, by 
Ro. C 851 

The trading of the Moores into Guinea and Gago for gold ore, or sandie 
gold 872 

African Possessions of the King of Spain, and the Turke ... ... 873 

Nicholay, Nich. Description of the City of Alger, and how it came into the 
possession of Barbarossa, and also of Malta and Tripolie ... ... 874 

Mansel, Sir Robert. Journal of all occurrents hapning in the Fleet of Ships 
sent out by the King, as well against the Pirats of Algiers as others, 
1620 881 

Relation of the Jacob, a ship of Brisholl, which was in 1621 taken by the 
Turkish Pirats of Algier, and within five days after, four English youths 
overcame thirteen of the Turkes, and brought the ship to St. Lucas in 
Spaine, where they sold nine for Gallie-slaves, 1621 887 

Rawlins, John. WonderfuU Recovery of the Exclmnge, of Bristow, from the 
Turkish Pirats of Algier 889 

Sondys, George. Relations of Africa, his Voyage from Rhodes to Alexandria, 
Observations of Egypt and of Nilus, Journey to Cairo and Gaza, 1610 896 

Jobson, R. True Relation of a Voyage for the Discovery of Gambra ; in 
which they passed 960 miles up the River into the Continent ... 921 

Guinea. A Description and Historicall Declaration of the Kingdom of 
Guinea, otherwise called the Golden Coast of Myna, in Africa, shewing 
their beliefe, opinions, tralBquing, bartering, and manner of speech, 
together with the situation of the Country, Townes, Havens, and Rivers, 
as they are now found out and discovered. Translated out of 
Dutch 962 

The Passage from the Golden Coast to the Kingdome of Benni, or Rio de 
Benni, and Rio Floreado, the Citie, Court, Gentry, Apparell, and other 
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Battel!, And. Voyage to the River of Plate ; who being taken on the Coast 
of Brasil, was sent a prisoner to Angola ; discovery of the Gagas, and 
escape to Loango .. . ... ... ... ... ... ... page 970 

Of the Province of Engoy, and other Regions of Loango, with the Customs 
observed by the King and People 979 

Of the Provinces of Bongo, Calongo, Mayombe, Manikesocke, Motimbas, 
of the Ape-monster Pongo, their hunting, idolatries, and other 
observations 981 

Pigafetta, P. Report of the Kingdom of Congo, gathered out of the Dis- 
courses of Ed. Lopes, translated by A. Hartwell. The Journey by Sea 
from Lisbone to the Kingdom of Congo ; the circuit of the Kingdom, and 
of the borders and confines thereof, as also of divers bordering Nations 
— of Angola, Banba, Sogno, Sundi, Pango, Batta, and Pemba. How 
the Hand of S. Thomas was first inhabited, and of the Bishoppe that 
was sent thither. Invasion of the Jagges, their savage condition. Of 
the countries that are beyond the Kingdomes of Congo, towards the Cape 
of Good Hope ; of the River Nilus, and of Sofala, Monomotapa, the 
Amazones, S. Lawrence, and other .aithiopian Countries 986 

Alvarez, Sir Francis. Voyage unto the Court of Prete Janni, the Great 
Christian Emperour of Ethiopia, 1520-33. The situation of Barua, the 
chief towne of the Kingdom of Bagnagasso, of his dominion and Govern- 
ment ; their departure to Timei, and qualitie of that place ; of the rare 
buildings and pillars at Caxumo. Departure from S. Michael to Baci- 
nete. Departure from Corcora, and the pleasant country we passed 
through ; Dofarso, the Moores of Dobas ; Ancona, Angote ; Salt and Iron 
Money. Of the churches which are in the countries of Abugana, which 
King Lulibella made ; of his Tombe in the Church of Golgota. Of the 
end of the Kingdom of Angote, and of the beginning of Amara, and 
divers Lakes. Strange Trenches and Gates in the entrance to Xoa. Of 
the Troglodites and Goraises. Pilgrimage to Jerusalem. Of the Coun- 
tries which border on Prestor John, Moores, Gentiles, Amazones, Casates, 
Damute, Goiame, Bagamidri, Nubia. Their departure and anived at 
Ormuz, after at Goa, and at Lisbon. Brief Notes of Ethiopia 1026-1121 

Matthew, the Ambassadour of Prete Janni, is conducted by the Portugals 
unto the Haven of Maczua in the Red Sea, and what hapned to his 
death 1027 

Castro, Don John. Voyage which the Portugals made from India to Zoez, 
1540-41. The Sailing from Goa to Socotora, and into the Red Sea, as far 
as Mazua. Relations of Ethiopia sub jEgypto, and Prester John ; of 
Nilus, and the Abassine CH.5toms and Neighbours. The cause and meanes 
. of the decay of that great Empire. Of Marate and Suaqnen. Mountains 
of Sand on the Coasts of Dradate, Doroo, Fuxaa, Arequea, Farate, 
Quilfit, and Igidid. Description of the Coast from Igidid unto Comol, 
Raselnaxef, Xuarif, Gadenauhi, Xermeelquiman, Gualibo, Tuna, Alcocer, 
and Toro. Description of the Nooke or Bay beyond Toro, and how by 
it is understood the Gulfe Elaniticus. Of Soez, and of their retume 
homewards. Of the Badois, and their Customs, and why the Sea is 
called Red 1122 

Brief Relation of the Embassage which the Patriarch Don John Bei-mudez 
brought from the Emperour of Ethiopia to Don John, King of Portugal ; 
in the which he reciteth the death of Don Christopher of Gama, and the 
successes of the Portugals that went in his companie. Don John Ber- 
mudez sent to Rome ; his retume into Ethiopia, arrival at Maczua, the 
Death of the Negus ; entertainment of him and Christopher of Gama, 
with the Portugal Forces by the Queene Regent. Of the Gallas and 
other Provinces, subject and bordering on the Negus, and rarities there 

observed 1149 

Nunnez (or Nonius), Baretus, John, and Andrea Ovieda. Relations of the 

State and Religion in Ethiopia, 1555-77. Description of the Countries, 

and the severall Regions, Religions, and Abassine opinions... ..1174 

An Armenian his Report of Sussinus, the Emperor of the Abaxins, by us 

vulgarly called Prester John 1187 



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The Historie of the First Expedition to Jerusalem, by Godfrey of Bullen, 
Robert of Normandie, and other Christian Princes, written by Robert, a 
monk of S. Remigius, 1095 joag^e 1189 

Fulcherius Carnotensis. Acts of the Pilgrimes in their Expedition to 
Jerusalem, before and after the taking thereof, 1095-1124 ... ...1201 

Supplement of the Holy Land Storie, gleaned out of the large Historie of 
William, Archbishop of Tyras, 1126-78 1210 

Continuation of the Jerusalem Expedition and other additions, gathered out 
of Matthew Paris, chiefly relating the Acts of English Pilgrimes in that 
employment, 1118-1292 1215 

Pilgrimage to Jerusalem, written in very old English Rime ... "...1230 

The Churches Peregrination by the Holy Land way, and warre into mystical 
Babylon, or a mysterie of Papal iniquitie revealed, how the Papal 
Monarchic in and over Christendome was advanced in that age and the 
following, and principally by this Expedition into the Holy Laud. ..1245 

The Historie of the Normans and their proceedings. Of Urban and Boa- 
mund's Policie, &c. ... ... ... ... ... ... ...1245 

Monuments of Antiquitie, taken out of Ancient Records, to testifle the 
quondam commerce betwixt our Kings and their Subjects, and those 
Easterue Princes 1271 

Sandys, George. Relation of a Journey to the Holy Land, begun 1610. His 
Journey from Venice to Constantinople ; Constantinople described, the 
Turke's Seraglio, Pera ; Observations on the Turkish Empire, Govern- 
ment, and Religion. The Holy Land described ; visiting of Emaus and 
Bethlehem, and other places. His Retume, with Observations of Mount 
Carmel, Aeon, Sidon, Tyrus 1274 

Biddulph, W. Part of a Letter from Aleppo 1334 

Part of a Letter from Jerusalem ... ... .. ... ...1343 

Glover, Sir Thomas. Account of the Journey of Ed. Barton, Esq. , Ambassa- 
dor with the Grand Signiov in Constantinople, 1596 1354 

Barton, Ed. Two Letters to G. Sanderson and G. Sandy from Agria, 
1596 1358 

Smith, Capt. John. Travels and Adventures in divers parts of the "World, 
thorow France, Italic, and on the Sea Coasts of Europe, Africa, and 
Asia, with his Transylvanian Acts ; begun about 1596 1361 

Osman, Sultan. The death of, and the setting up of Mustafa his uncle. ..1370 

Mount Sinai, Oreb, and the adjoining parts of Arabia, described out of the 
Four Journals of Breidenbach, Baumgarten, Bellonius, and Chr. 
Furer 1376 

Sherley, Sir Anthonie. Travels into Persia, and employed thence Ambassa- 
dor to the Christian Princes, 1599 1383 

Voyage over the Caspian Sea, and thorow Russia, from W. Parry's Dis- 
course of the whole Voyage of Sir A. Sherley, 1601 1407 

Newberie, John. Two Voyages. One into the Holy Land, 1578-9, the 
other to Balsara, Ormus, Persia, and back thorow Turkic, 1580-82. ..1410 

Cartwright, John. Observations in his Voyage from Aleppo to Hispaan, and 
backe again, about 1603. Of Euphrates, Orpha, Caraemit, the Curdi, 
Armenians, Bithlis, Van, Arrarat, Araxis, Chiulfal, Sumachia, Derbent, 
Sechieres, Aras, Tauris, Soltania, Casbin, Argouil, Gilan, Cassan, 
Hispaan, and of the Persian King and Government ; and returne by the 
way of Persia, Susiana, Chaldea, Assyria, and Arabia ... ...1422 

Benjamin, the Son of Jonas, a Jew. Peregrination of discovering both the 
state of the Jews and of the World, about 460 yeeres since. Of the 
Jewes and their Synagogues, Schooles, or Universities, and other obser- 
vations in Europe. The estate of the Jewes, and relations of the World 
in the higher parts of Asia, Syria, Palsestina, Damascus, and the parts 
adjoining ; of Slesopotamia, Mosul, Bagdat, and Calipha ; the Numbers, 
Synagogues, and Privileges of the Jewes in it, and the places adjoining. 
Strange Reports if true of the Aliman Jewes. Of Persia and David 
Elroi ; of the Nisbor Jewes, and some places of India. Of India, 
Ethiopia, Egypt, his returne into Europe ; Sicilia, Germanic, Prussia, 
Russia, France ^ 1437 



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[2073] CONTENTS OF VOL. II. {continued) — 

Terry, Edward. Relation of a Voyage to the Easteme India, 1615. A 
Description of the Mogols Empire, the People of Indostan, and the 
Gentile Sects pageliQi 

Sultan Achmet Chan, Letter to King James 1 1482 

Barthema or Vertoman Lewis. Travels into Egypt, Syria, Arabia, Persia, 
and India, 1503. His travel thorow the Desart of Medina and Mecha, 
passage by the Red Sea to Aden, imprisonment and escape, visiting 
other parts of Arabia, Zeila, Gambia 1483 

C!ollections of Asia, especially of Arabia, gathered out of an Arabike booke 
of Geographie, written by a Nubian, 470 yeeres ago, translated into 
Latin by Gabriel Sionita, and J. Hesronita 1496 

Collections of divers Mahumetan authors in their Arabicke Bookes by G. 
Sionita and J. Hesronita, touching the most remarkable things in the 
East, especially of the Mosleman superstitions and rites, and the places 
ofchiefenote 1499 

Duart de Meneses, Don. Tractate of the Portugal! Indies [Goa] con- 
taining the Laws, Customes, Revenues, Expenses, and other matters 
remarkable therein 1506 

Silva Figueroa, Don Garcia, ambassador from the King of Spain to the 
Persian. Letter written at Hispahan, to the Marq^uesse of Bedmar, 
touching matters of Persia, 1619 ..1533 

JoSo dos Sanctos, Friar. Collections out of the Voyage and Historie of 
his ^tliiopia Orientalis, et Varia Historia, and out of other Portugals, 
for the better knowledge of Africa and the Christianitie. The author's 
Voyage and acts in those parts. Sea accidents, Moorish fooleries ; 
of Sofala ; the fruits and plants of those parts. Of the River Cuama, 
and the adjacent Country, the Hills of Lupata, of the Mongas, Rufumba, 
Sena, Tete, Massapa, and of the Kingdome of Manamotapa ; also of 
Ophir, and of the Golden Mines of Fura. Of the Manamotapa, his 
customes and vassals, and of the adjoining Kingdomes (wherein other 
authors have erred), of Mosambique, Quiloa, Mombaza, Melinde, 
Magadoxo, of the Mombos and ZimDas ; of Quilimane, the Hands on 
the Coast ; the Macuas, and other African observations 1535 

Gramaye, J. B. Relations of the Christianitie of Africa, and especially of 
Barbarie and Algier, 1619 1561 

Jobson, Richard. Observations touching the River Gambra, with the 
people, merchandise, and creatures of those parts 1567 

Letter containing the admirable escape and glorious victorie of N. Roberts, 
T. Stevens, and R. Sucksbich, taken by Algier Pyrates 1577 

Withers, Robert. Description of the Grand Signior's Seraglio 1580 

' Letter sent by Sultan Osman, to His Majestie, by Husein Chiaus ...1612 

Letter written by Halil Bashaw, Chief Vizier and Generall in the Per- 
sian Expedition, to Sir Paul Pinder, April, 1618 1612 

Sanderson, John. Voyages to Constantinople, Cairo, and Tripoli, with an 
Historical Description of Constantinople, 1584-1602 1614 

Pilgrimage from Constantinople to the Holy Land, and so to Tripolie 

in Syria, 1601 1629 

Timberley, H. Report of the Voyage from Cairo in Egypt, to Jerusalem, 
1601 1640 

Newbery, John. Letters relating to his third and last Voyage into the 
Easteme parts of the World, Aleppo, Balsara, and Ormus, 1583 ...1642 

Eldred, J., and W. Shales. Letters from Bagdet, and Balsara, 1583 ...1644 

Pyrard de Laval, Francois. Voyage to the East Indies, and especially his 
observations of the Maldives, where being ship-wracked, hee lived five 
yeeres, 1601-11. Description of the Maldives, their 13 Cantons, 12,000 
lies, sea-changes, strange currents, Monsons, maine inlets, blacke boyling 
sea, heate, seasons, &c. ... ... ... ... ... ... ...1646 

Briefe collections of Voyages, chiefly of Spaniards and Portugals taken out 
of Antonio Galvano's Book of the Discoveries of the World 1671 

Trigautius, Nic, a Jesuite. Letter touching his Voyage to India, and of 
the state of Christianitie in China and Japan, 1618 ..1693 

Cocke, R. Letter concerning later occurrents in Japon, 1622 1695 




[2073] PUECHAS, HIS PILGRIMES, CONTENTS OF voL.ui. {cmitinued) — 

Hatch, Arthur. Letter touching Japon, with the Government affaires and 
later occnrrents, 1623 pageldSG 

Frederike, Caesar. Extracts of his eighteen yeeres Indian observations, 
1663-81 1702 

Balbi, Gasparo. Voyage to Pegu, and observations there, 1579-83 ...1722 

Fitch, Ralph. Voyage to Ormus, and so to Goa, in the East Indies, to 
Cambaia, Ganges, Bengala ; to Bacola, and Clionderi to Pegu, to 
Jamahay in the Kingdom of Siam, and backe to Pegu, and from thence 
to Malacca, Zeilan, Cochin, and all the Coast of the East Indiaa, 1583- 
91 ... 1730 

Pimenta, Nicholas. Indian Observations, written from divers Indian Regions, 
principally relating the Countries and accidents of the Coast of Coroman- 
del, and Pegu, 1597-99 1744 

Linschoten, John Huighen van. Voyage to Goa and observations of the East 
Indies, 1583 1750 

Relation of Ormuz, and of the late taking thereof by the English and 
Persians 1785 

Relation of the Kings of Ormuz, and of the Foundation of the Citie of 
Ormuz, taken out of a Chronicle, composed by a King, called 
Pacaturunxa ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...1785 

Pinder, W. Relation of Ormuz businesse, 1620-21 1787 

Wilson, T. Letter written to Sir John "Wostenholme, containing many par- 
ticulars of the Ormus Warre, and cause thereof ... ... ...1790 

Monoxe, Edw. Journal of the late Ormuz business ... ... ...1793 

Sherley, Sir Robert. A briefe memorial of the Travels of, in Persia .. 1805 

Algazeli, Mahomet. Epitaphs on the Tombe of Jacob Almansor, the'.Sara- 
cenicall Emperour, under whose reigne Spaine was subdued to the 
Moores 1809 

Coryates, Thomas. Travels to, and Observations in Constantinople, and 
other places, and his Journey to Aleppo, Uamasco, and Jerusalem, 
1612-14 1811 

Scot, W. Lithgow. Travels in Candle, Greece, the Holy Land, Egypt, and 
other parts of the East, 1612 1831 

Brown, Arnold. Extracts of a Journal of his Indian Voyage, sayling divers 
times and coui-ses in five yeeres to Bantam, Patanie, Japan, the 
Manillas, Macau, and the Coast of China, and other Indian ports, 
1617-22 1851 

The Dutch late Proceedings at Amboyna in cruell torturing and executing of 
divers Englishmen, with other like Acts to the Natives in Banda, 
1613-22 1853 

Wilkins, Jacob. A true Description of the Bay Todos los Santos in Brazil, 
and taking the Town Salvador, 1624 1859 



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CONTENTS or VOL. III. (PART II. BOOKS I. TO V.) 



Rubriquis, Friar William de. Journall of his Travels unto the East Parts of 
the World, 1253 page 1 

Bacon, Roger. Tartarian and Northeme Relations, written in Latin ... 52 

Vicentius Beluacensis. Relations ; the most part of which he received from 
Friar Simon de Sancto Quintino, one of the foure Friars sent by Pope 
Innocent IV. to the Tartars 58 

Relations touching the Tartars, taken out of the Historic of Roger Wendover, 
and Matthew Paris ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 60 

Marcus Paulua Venetus, or Marco Polo. The First Book of his Travels, 
1250 65 

Histoire of Ayton, or Anthonie the Armenian, of Asia, and especially touch- 
ing the Tartars ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... 108 

Mandeville, Sir John. Travels, 1332-65 128 

Nicolo di Conti. Voyage to Indies, Mangi, Cambalu, and Quinsai, with 
some observations of those places ... ... ... ... ... 158 

Alhacen. Extracts of his Arabic Historie of Tamerlan, touching his Life and 
Martial Travels 160 



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[2074] CONTENTS OP VOL. Ill, (continued) — 

Chaggi Memet, a Persian of Tabais, in tbe Province of Chilan. Travels and 

observations in the Country of the Great Can pagie 164 

Cruz, Caspar da. Treaties of China, and the adjoining regions, about 

1556 166 

Perera, Galeotta. Relations of China 199 

The beginning of the English Discoveries towards the North, and North- 
East, by Sir Hugh Willoughby, Richard Chancellor, and others, of the 
Musoovie Trade ; and also "Voyages by Russia, over the Caspian Sea, 

and thorow divers Regions of Tartaria 211 

The first Voyage of Discoverie with 3 ships under Sir H. Willoughby, in 
which he dyed ; and Muscovia was discovered by Capt. Chancellor, 

1553 211 

Adams, Clement. Some additions for better knowledge of this Voyage, 

1553-54 218 

Jenkinson, Anthonie. First Voyage from the Citie of London, toward the 

Land of Russia, 1557 222 

Voyage from Mosco in Russia to Boghar in Bactria, 1558 ... ... 231 

Borough, Chr. Reports of sixt voyage into the parts of Persia and Media, 
more especially over the Caspian Sea, and their shipwracke and miseries 

there endured by the Ice, 1579-81 243 

Lane, Henrie. Letter to the worshipful W. Sanderson, contayning a briefe 
discourse of that which passed in the North-east discoverie, for the space 

of 33 yeeres, 1553-83 249 

Mendez Pinto, Fernan. Observations of China, Tartaria, and other Essteme 

partsof the World, 1521-45 252 

Spanish Plantation of the Philippinas, and what entercourse hath thence 
hapned hetwixte them and the Chinoia ... ... ... ... 282 

Gonzales de Mendoza, Friar Juan. First DLscoverie of the Philippinas... 282 
Lopez de Legaspi, Michael. First Plantation of the Philippinas ... 284 

Herrada, Friar Martin de, and other Spaniards entertainment in China, and 

their returne to the Philippinas, about 1580 292 

Report of a Mahometan Merchant which had been in Cambalu, 1598 ... 310 
Goes, Benedictus. Travels from Labor to China by Land, thorow the 

Tartars Countrie, 1603 310 

A general collection and historieaU representation of the Jesuites entrance 
into Japon and China, untill their admission in the Royall Citie of 
Nanquin, 1542-99. Of Francis Xavier, Melchior Nunnes, Valignanus, 
Ruggerius, and Pasius. Letters from Father Longobard and Taiso, 

1598 316—343 

Pontoia, Father Diego. Letter written in Paqnin, to Father Luys de 
Guzman, 1602. Description of China ; Catay and Musk, division into 
Provinces ; Cities, Towns, Rivers, Shipping, Commodoties, &c., 

described 350 

Riccins and Trigautius, Discourse of China, contayning the Country, people, 
government, religion, rites, sects, characters, studies, arts, acts, and a 

Map, taken out of a China Map, illustrated with notes 380 

Monfart. Continuation of tbe Jesuites Acts and observations in China, till 
the death of Riccius and some yeeres after. Of Hanceu or Quinsay. An 

Extract from Monfart's Travells, about 1618 405 

Fletcher, Giles. Treatise of Russia and the adjoining Regions, 1588 ... 413 

Edge, Thomas. Northeme Discoveries of Seas, Coasts, and Countries, in 

order as they were hopefully begun and happily continued by the 

Sooietie of Mnscovia Merchants of London ; with a Description of 

Greenland, 1553-1622 462 

Veer, Gerart de. Voyages of W. Barents, alias Bernards, into the North 
Seas ; behind Norwav, Muscovia, and Tartaria, and to the Kingdoms of 

Cathaia and China, 1594-96 473—518 

Iver Boty, a Gronlander. Treatise of the Course, Island to Groneland, 

1608 ... _ 518 

Description of the Countries of Siberia, Samoieda, and Tingoesia ; together 
with the Journeyes leading unto the same Countries toward the East and 
North-east, as they are daily frequented by the Muscovites, 1612 ... 522 



[2074] PTJECHAs, HIS piLGKiMES, CONTENTS OF VOL. HI. (ccmtinued) — 

Gourdon, William. Voyage made to Pechora, 1611 page 6Z0 

Finch, Richard. Letter to Sir Thomas Smith touching the former Voyage, 

and other Observations ... 5.34 

Names of the Places that the Kusses sayle by, from Pechorskoie Zauorot to 

Mongozey, with the manner of their travell 539 

Logan, Josias. Voyage to Pechora and his wintering there, 1611 ... 541 
Pursglove, W. Voyage to Pechora, and his wintering there, 1611 ... 546 

Travell from Pechora to Permia, Ougoria, and to the River Ob, and the 

Townes situated thereupon, over Land. Commodities for Pechora, 

Siberia, Permia, Ougoria, and among the Tingussies ... . 547 

Gourdon, W. Later Observations, in his wintering at Pustozera, 1614-15, 

with a description of the Samoyeds 553 

Poole, Jonas. Voyages to Oherie Hand, 1604-9 556 

Hudson, Henrie. Voyages and Discoveries. Discoverie toward the North 

Pole, 1607, written by J. Playse, and H. Hudson 567 

Second Voyage for finding a passage to the East Indies by the North-West, 

written by H. Hudson, 1608 574 

Third Voyage toward Nova Zembla, and at his returne, his passing from 
Farre Hands, to New-found-Land, and along to 44 deg. 10 min. and 
thence to Cape Cod, and so to 33 deg. and along the Coast to the North- 
ward, to 42J deg., and up the River neere to 43 deg., 1609, written by 

R. Juet 581 

Abstract of his Joumallfor Discoverie of the North-west passage, 1610... 596 
Pricket, Abacuk. Larger Discourse of the same Voyage, and the sucesse 

thereof, 1610 597 

Nicolo and Ant. Zeni. Discoveries in Iseland and Friesland, gathered out 

or their Letters, 1380 610 

Quirino, Piero. Shipwracke of, on the Coast of Norway, 1431 611 

Ancient Commerce betwixt England and Northerue Regions 619 

Barkley, George. Travels by Sea and Land, in Europe, Asia, Africa, and 

America, and their Hands, 1605 625 

Broniouius de Biezerfedea, Martin. Description of Tartaria, or Cher.sonesU8 

Taurica, and the Regions subject to the Perecop or Crim Tartars, with 

their customs, private and publicke, in peace and warre ... .. 632 

Blefkens, Dithmar. Voyages and History of Island and Greenland, 

1563 643 

Jonas Arngrim, an Islander. Chrymogoea or History of Island, 1609... 654 

Poole, Jonas. Voyages set forth by Sir Thomas Smith and the Muscovie 

Company, to Cherry Island, Greenland, for a further discoverie to be 

made towards the North Pole, and also the West for the likelihood of a 

Trade or pas.sage that way, 1610-12 699 

Baffin, W. Journall of the Voyage made to Greeneland, 1614 ... 716 

Fotherbye, R. Voyage of Discovery to Greeneland, 1614 ... ... 720 

— — True Report of a Voyage for Discoverie of Seas, Lands, and Hands to 

the Northwards, 1615 728 

Heley, W. Divers Voyages to Greenland, with Letters of those which were 

there employed, 1617-23 732 

Russia. The late changes and manifold alterations in Russia since Ivan 
Vasilowich to this present, gathered out of letters and observations of 
English Ambassadours and Travellers in those parts, 1570-1615 ... 738 

A briefe copie of the points of the Contracts between the Emperour 

and the King of Sweden, 1616 792 

Relation of two Russe Cossacks Travailes out of Siberia to Catay, and other 

Countries adjoining, 1619 797 

Description of the Empires of Catay and Labin, and of the River Ob ... 799 
Marsh, Ant. Notes concerning the discovery of the River of Ob, 1584, with 

other Notes of the North-east 804 

Cherry, F., and T. Lyndes. Report, touching a warms Sea to the South- 
east of the River Ob 806 

Discoveries made by Englishmen to the North-West : — 

Cabot, Sir Sebastion, Master Thome, and other ancients. Voyages to the 
! North-West, 1497-1583 806 



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[2074] CONTENTS OF VOL. lu. (continued) — 

Weymouth, Ciipt. G. Voyage intended for the Discovery of the North- 
west Passage toward China, 1602 page ?:Q9 

Hall, J. Voyages forth of Denmark for Discovery of Greenland, 

1605-6 814-26 

Knight, John. Voyage for the Discovery of the North-west Passage, 

1606 827 

Baflan, W. Fourth Voyage of J. Hall to Groaneland, 1612, and slain by a 

Greenelander 831 

■ True Relation of such things as happened in the Fourth Voyage for 

the Disco verie of the North-west Passage, 1615 836 

A briefe and true relation of such accidents as happened in the fift 

Voyage, for the Discovery of a Passage in the North-West, 1616... 844 
Brigges, Master. Discourse of the Probability of a Passage to the 

Westeme or South Sea 848 

Herrera, Antonio de. De.^cription of the West Indies, 1601 855 

Acosta, Joseph. Observations gathered out of the four books of, touching 
the Natural History of the Heavens, Ayre, Water, and Earth, at the 

West Indies 918 

Oviedo, Gonzalo F. de. Extracts of his Summarie and the general Historie 

of the Indies ... 970 

Acosta, J. Mexican Antiquities. Of the Ancient inhabitants of New Spain, 
and of the sixe Linages of the Nauatlacas ; the foundation ('f Mexico. 
Of the Ancient Superstitions of the Mexicans, and Indians of America. 
Civill Customes and Arts of the Indians ... ... ... 1000-1065 

Historie of the Mexican Nation, 1324-1502, described in pictures by the 
Mexican Author, explained in the Mexican language and translated 1066 
Cortes, Hernando. Conquest of Mexico and New Spaine, 1518-30 ...1118 
Gomara, Francis Lopez de. Relations of things most remarkable, observed 
by the Spaniards at their first commmg ; Cholallas holies, Popocatepecs 
ashes, Mutezumas magnificence, Mexican Citie and Temple, with other 
antiquities 1123 

[2075] CONTENTS OF VOL. IV. (PART II. BOOKS VI. TO X.) 

Cumberland, Earl of. A Briefe Relation of his Voyages, 1586-97 page 1141 

Voyage to S. John de Porto Rico 1150 

Layfield, Eglambie, D.D. Large Relation of the Porto Rico Voyage, the 
Ships employed, accidents on the Coasts of Spain ; in the Canaries, the 
Navigation to Dominica, and their landing at Porto Rico ; with a 
Description of Dominica and the Virgines, 1596-98 ... ... ...1155 

The first Voyages to divers parts of America by Englishmen, Sir Sebastion 
Cabot, Sir Thomas Pert, Sir John Hawkins, and Sir Frances Drake, 

1517-95 1177 

Drake, Sir Francis. A briefe Historie of his Voyages, 1567-95 1179 

A briefe recital or nomination of Sea Fights, 1589-96, from Hakluyt ...1186 

Carder, Peter. Relation of a Voyage about the World, in the South Sea, 

returning by the Straites of Magellan toward Brasill, 1577-86 ...1187 

Candish, Thomas. Discourse of his fatall and disastrous Voyage towards the 

South Sea, with his many disadventures in the Magallen Straits, and 

other places, 1591-93 1192 

Knivet, Anthonie. Admirable Adventures and Strange Fortunes of ; which 
went with T. Candish to the South Sea, 1591-1601 ; Description of the 
divers Nations of Savages in Brasill and the adjoining Regions, the 
Giants of Port Desire, and Inhabitants of Port Famine ; also Angola, 

Congo, and Massangana, and Angica, in Africa 1201-1242 

Turner, Thomas. Relations of, who lived the best part of two yeeres in 

Brasill, &c., about 1601 1243 

Parker, WiUiam. The Taking of St. Vincent and Puerto Bello in 1601 1243 
Middleton, David. Notes of Voyage into the West Indies with Capt. M. 

Geare, 1601 ... ... 1242 [1246] 

Sparrey, Francis. Description of tlie lie of Trinidad, the rich Countrey of 
Guiana, and the mightie River of Oreuoco, 1602 ... ... ...1247 

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[2075] PUBCHAS, HIS PILGEIMES, CONTENTS OF VOL. IV. {continued) — 

Leigh, Capt. Charles. Voyage to Guiana, and Plantation there, 
1604 pageU50 

Nicol, John. True Relation of the traiterous Massacre of the most part of 67 
men in Santa Lucia, and Hand of the West Indie, 1605 1255 

Wilson, John. Relation of his returne into England from Wiapoco in Guiana, 
1606 1260 

Turner, William. Treaties touching the former Voyage to Guiana, 1605 1265 

Harcourt, Robert. Relation of a Voyage to Guiana, 1608-11 ; with the 
names of the Rivers falling into the Sea from Amazones to Desse- 
(^uebe, and of the Nations inhabiting those Rivers ... ... ...1267 

Relation of the Habitations and other Observations of the River of Marwin, 
and the adjoining Regions ... ... ... ... ... ...1283 

Rivers from Brabisse to the Amazones ... ... ... ... ...1286 

Davies, William. Description and Disco verie of the River Amazons ...1287 

Treaties of Brasill, written by a Portugall which had long lived there ...1289 

Lerius, John. Extracts out of the Historie of Brasill, 1558 1320 

Schmidel, Hulderike. Travels, from 1534-54. His Voyage up the River 
Plate, Foundation of Townes, their Expedition up the River of Parana 
and Paiabol ; the people of these parts ; and a Long March from As- 
sumption into Peru 1347 

Hawkins, Sir R. Ob.servations in his Voyage into the South Sea, 1593 1367 

Ellis, Jolin. A Briefe Note written by, in his Voyage through the Strait 
of Magelan, concerning the said Strait, and certain places on the Coast 
and Inland of Peru, 1593 1415 

A Briefe Relation of an Englishman which had been 13 yeeres Captive to the 
Spaniards in Peru, &;c., 1603 1418 

Ursino, Alex. Relation concerning the Coast of Terra Firma, and the 
seoretsof Peru and Chili, 1581 1418 

Giros, or de Quir, P. F. Relation of the New Discoverie in the South Sea, 
1609 [1606]. Petition presented to the King of Spaine, touching the 
Discoverie of the fourth part of the World, called Terra Australis In- 
cognita, and of the great riches and fertilitie of the same, 1610. ..1422-32 

Lopez, Vaz. Historie of (taken by Capt. Withrington at the River of Plate, 
1586, with this Discourse about him), touching American places, dis- 
coveries and occurrents 1432 

Benzos, Jerom. Briefe extracts translated out of his three books of the New 
World, touching the Spaniards cruell handling of the Indians, and the 
effects thereof, 1641 1448 

Vega, Inca Garcilasso de la. Obsei-vations of things most remarkable, 
collected out of the first part of his Commentaries ; of the Lives, Con- 
quests, Lawes, and Idolatries of the Incas, or Ancient Kings of Peru 1454 

Suppliment of the Historie of the Incas, collected out of the second 

part, or Generall Historie of Peru ... ... ... ... ...1485 

Pizarro, Francis. Brief notes of his Conquest of Peru, 1531-34... ...1489 

Xeres, Francisco de. Conquest of Peru and Cuseo, called New Castile, 
1524-33 ... ' ... 1491 

Sancho, Pedro. Relations of Occurrents in the Conquest of Peru after F. 
Pizarro's departure, 1534 ... ... ... ... ... ...1494 

Nunez, Alvaro, called Capo di Vacca. A true Relation concerning that 
which happened to the Fleet in India, from 1527 to 1536 ... ...1499 

Soto, F. de. Voyage to Florida, and Discoverie of the Regions in that Con- 
tinent, with the Travels of the Spaniards 4 yeeres together therein, and 
the accidents which befell them, 1539-43 1532 

Divers Expeditions from Mexico and other parts of New Spaine and New 
Biskay, especially to the more Northerly parts of America, by divers 
Spani.irds in a hundred yeeres space ... ... ... ... ...1556 

Gusman, Nunno di. Relation of New Spaine, 1530 1556 

Voyages of Frier Marco de Ni^a, Vasquez de Coronado, Ant. de Espeio, &c. , 
into New Mexico and the adjoining Coasts and Lands, 1539-90 ...1560 

Perez, Martin. Extracts out of certain Letters of, from the New Mission of 
the Province of Cinoloa, to the Fathers of Mexico, 1591. With a letter 
added, of later Discoveries, 1605 1562 



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Toletus, L. T. Letter written from Valladolid to R. Hakluyt, touching 
Juan de Onate his Discoveries in New Mexico, 500 leagues from the old 
Mexico, 1605 lyage 1565 

Las Casas, Bartholomew de. Briefe Narration of the Destruction of the 
Indies by the Spaniards, 1542. Of the lies of Hispaniola, S. John, 
Jamaica, Cuba, Terra Firma, Nicaragua, New Spaine, Guatimala, 
Panuco, Xalisco, Yucatan, S. Martha, Carthagene, the Coast of Pearles, 
the Eiver Yuia pari ; of Venesuela, Florida, the River La Plata, Peru, 
andOranada 1568-1692 

Notes of Voyages and Plantations of the French in the Northerne America ; 
both in Florida and Canada, 1524-82 1603 

Champlaine, S. Voyage made unto Canada, 160.3 ... ... ...1605 

Lescarbot, Marke. Voyage into New France, Canada, &c., 1603-9 ...1629 

Collections out of a Frencli Booke, called additions to Nova Francia ; con- 
taining the accidents there, from 1607-11 ... ... ... ...1642 

The Fir-st Plantation of English Colonies in Virginia, 1584-90 1645 

Gosnol. Capt. Voyage to the North part of Virginia, 1602 ... ...1647 

Rosier, J. Notes of same Voyage, and of Mace's Voyage, 1602... ...1651 

Fringe, M. Voyage for Discovery of North part of Virginia, 1603 ...1654 

Canner, T. Voyage made to Virginia, by Capt. B. Gilbert, 1603 ...16."i6 

Rosier, James. Extracts of a Viiginian Voyage made by Capt. G. 
Weymouth, 1604 1659 

Linschoten. Description of the Hands of Azores or the Flemish Hands, 
with certain occurrents and English acts ... ... ... ...1667 

Of certaine notable aud memorable accidents that happened in Tercera, of 
English Fleets, Sea-fights, and Prizes, 1589-92 1672 

Part of the first Patent granted by His Majestie for the Plantation of 
Virginia, April, 1606 1683 

Percy, George. Observations gathered out of a Discourse of the Plantation 
of the Southerne Colonic in Virginia by the English, 1606 ... ...1684 

Smith, Capt. John. Description of Virginia about 1606 1691 

Proceedings of the English Colonic in Virginia taken out of the writings of 
T. Studley, Anas Todkill, Dr. Russell, &c., and enlarged out of the 
writings of Capt. John Smith, 1606-10 1705 

Proceedings and Accidents, mth the second supply, 1609-11 1719 

Archer, Gabriel. Letter touching the Voyage of the Fleet of Ships, which 
arrived at Virginia, without Sir T. Gates, and Sir G. Summers, 
1609 1733 

Strachy, AV. True reportorie of the Wracke and Redemption ot Sir Thomas 
Gates, upon and from the Hands of the Bermudas, his coming to 
Virginia, 1610 1734 

Argal, Capt. Samuel. Voyage from James Towne in Virginia to seek the lie 
of BeiTUuda, and missing the same, his putting over towards Sagadahoc 
and Cape Cod, and back to James Towne, 1610 1758 

De la Warre, Lord. Short Relation made to the Lords and others of the 
Cimnsell of Virginia, touching his returne home, 1611 ... ...1762 

Argoll, Sir Samuel. Letter touching his Voyage to Virginia, and Actions 
there, 1613 1764 

Ilamor, Ralph. Notes of Virginian Affaires in the Government of Sir Thomas 
Dale, and Sir Thomas Gates, 1614 1766 

Letters of Sir T. Dale, and Alex. Whitaker, from James Towne, Virginia ; 
part of a Tractate written at Henrico by A. "Whitaker, 1613-14 ..1768 

Dermer, Thomas. Letter from Virginia, touching his Voyage for the South 
Sea, 1620 1775 

Virginian affah-e.=! since 1620-24 1783 

May, Henry. Shipwracke on the Summer Hands [Somers', or Bermudas], 
1593. Thefir.st Colony sent, 1612 1793 

Norwood, R. Relations of Summer Hands, with Capt. Smith's Historic of 
the Creatures living therein, 1622 1796 

Smith, Capt. John. Historic of Bermudas, or Summer Hands ; touching the 
English acts and occurrents there from tlie beginning of the Plantation, 
1613-23 1804 



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[2075] PTJKCHAS, HIS PILGRIJIES, CONTENTS OF VOL. IV. (continued) — 

Argal, Sir Samuel. Briefe intelligence from Virginia by Letters, a supple- 
ment of French- Virginian occurrents, and their supplantation, in right 
of the English plantation, about 1624 page 1805 

Virginias Verger ; or a Discourse showing the benefits which may grow to 
this Kingdom from American-English Plantations, and .specially those 
of Virginia and Summer Hands ... ... ... ... ...1809 

A briefe Relation of the Discoverie and Plantation of New England, and of 
sundrie accidents therein occurring from 1607-22 1827 

Stoneman, J. Voyage of H. Challons, intended for the North Plantation of 
Virginia, 1606, taken by the way, and ill-used by Spaniards ...1832 

Smith, Capt. John. Extracts of a Booke called 'New England's Trialls,' 
printed 1622 1837 

Journal of a Plantation settled at Plimoth, in New England, and proceedings 
thereof, 1622 1843 

Winslow, E. Good newes from New England ; or, a relation of things 
remarkable in that Plantation, 1621-23 1853 

Nova Scotia. The King's Patent to Sir William Alexander, for the planta- 
tion of New Scotland in America, and his proceedings therein ; with a 
Description of Mawooshen, discovered 1602-9 1871 

New-found-land. The Patent for, and the Plantation there made by the 
English, 1610, delivered in a Letter from M. Guy, to M. Sln.uy ; also of 
the weather the three first winters, and of Capt. Weston, with other 
remarkable occurrents ... ... ... ... ... ... ...1876 

Whitboume, Capt. R. Voyages to New-found-land, and observations there 
and thereof, 1611-18 1882 

Divers warlike Fleets sent forth to Sea against the Spaniards, by our English 
Debora, Q. Elizabeth ; her manifold deliveries and victori>-s ...1891 

The Popes Bull, the King of Spaines preparations, the Duke of Medinas 
Expedition, the Duke of Parmas Forces, for the Invasion of England, 
divers Sea-fights twixt the English and Spanish Fleets, the Sea-flight of 
the Spanish, and miserable disasters in their returne, 1588. ..1871 — 1913 

Wingfield, Col. A. Discourse of the Portugall Voyage, 1589, under Sir John 
Norris and Sir Francis Drake ... ... ... ... ... ...1914 

A briefe and true report of the honourable Voyage unto Cadiz, 1596, of the 
overthrow of the Kings Fleet, and of the winning of the Citie, with 
other accidents, gathered out of Meteranus, Hakluyt, and others ...1927 

Essex, Earle of. Relation of the Voyage to the lies of Azores, 1597 ...1935 

Gorges, Sir Arthur. Larger relation of the said Hand Voyage [Azores] 1938 

Conclusion of the Worke, with some later Advertisements touching his 
Majesties care for Virginia 1980 



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CONTENTS OF VOL. V. 



Relations of the World and the Religions observed in all Ages and Places 

discovered, from the Creation unto this Present : — 
Of the first beginnings of the World and Religion ; and of the Regions and 

Religions of Babylonia, Assyria, Syria, Phoenicia, Palestino page- 1 
Of the Hebrew Nation and Religion from the beginning thereof to our 

times 89 

Of the Arabians, Saracens, Turkes, and of the Ancient Inhabitants of Asia 

Minor, -and of their Religions 223 

Of the Armenians, Medes, Persians, Parthians, Scythians, Tartarians, Chinois, 

and of their Religions 343 

Of the East Indies, and of the Seas and Hands about Asia, with their 

Religions 477 

Of .3igypt, Barbary, Numidia, Libya, and the Land of Negro's, and of their 

Religions 619 

Of ^Ethiopia, and the African Hands, and of their Religions 725 

Of New France, Virginia, Florida, New Spaine, with other Regions of 

America Mexicana, and of their Religions 791 

Of Cumana, Guiana, Brasil, Chica, Chili, Peru, and other Regions of 

America, Peruviana, and of their Religions 891 



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COLLECTIONS. 69 



Thevenot. — Relations de Divers Voyages Curieux, qui 

n'ont point este' Publi^es, et qu'on a Traduit ou tir6 des Originaux 
des Voyageurs Frangois, Espagnols, Allemands, Portugais, An- 
glois, HoUandois, Persans, Arabes et autres Orientaux, donnees 
au public par le soins de feu Melchisedec Thevenot. Nouvelle 
Edition. Maps, diagrams, &c. 2 Vols, folio. Paris, 1696. 



[2077] TOME PKEMIEB. 

No. 1. Description des Pyramides, d'Egypte comme elles ^toicnt I'an 1638-39, 
de Notre Seigneur, par Jean Greaves, traduite de I'Anglois, aveo 
une Lettre du Sieur Tito Livio Buratini, oontenant line descrip- 
tion des Momies d'Egypte, traduite de I'ltalien, I'une et I'autre 
enrichie de figures fort exactes et fort curienses. 

2. Relation des Cosaques, avec la Vie de Kmielniski. 

3. Relation des Tartares du Crim, des Nogais, des Circasses et des 

Abassas, par Jean de Luca, traduite d'un Manuscrit Italien, avec 
quelques Notes d'un Gcntilliomme Polonois qui a ete long-temps 
esclave dans le pais. 

4. Relation de la Colchide ou Mengrellie, par le P. Archange Lambei-ti. 

5. Informatione della Georgia di Pietro delfa Valle, 1627, tiree d'un Manu- 

scrit, avec rOraison funebre de Sitti Maani sa femme. 

6. Voyage d'Antoine Jenkinson au Cathay [Bockara]. 

7. Extrait de la Relation de I'Ambassade que les HoUandois envoyerent 

en 1656-57, au Tartare qui est presentement Maitre de la Chine. 

8. Relation de la Prise de I'lsle Formosa par les Chinois, 1661. 

9. Relation de la Cour du Mogol par le Capitaine Hawkins. 

10. Memoires de Thomas Rhoe Ambassadeui du Roy d'Angleterre prSs du 

Mogol. 

11. Voyage d'Edouard Terry aux Etats du Mogol. 

12. Description des Plantes et des Animaux des Indes Orientales par 

Kosmas Monachos, autrement Indouleustes, tir^e d'un Manuscrit 
de la Bibliotheque de S. Laurent dc Florence, le teste Grec, et 
la traduction rran9oise. 

13. Commencement d'un Livre des Caldeens de Bassora, autrement ap- 

pelles les Chretiens de S. Jean, ecrit en caracteres tres-anciens, non 
encore vus en Europe, aveo I'Alphabet de ces m§mes caracteres, et 
une Carte Arabe du pals. 

14. Les Climats Alheud et Alsend de la Geographie d'Abulfeda, traduits 

d'un Manuscrit Arabe du Vatican. 

15. Relation des Antiquites de Persepolis, traduite d'Herbert et de 

Figueroa. 

16. Relation des Royaumes de Golconda, Tannassari, Arecan, par Wilhem 

Methold President de la Compagnie Angloise. 

17. Relation de Floris Villiamson, du Golfe de Bengale, 1611. 

18. Relation de Royaume de Siam par Schouten, tradiute de I'HoUandois, 

1636. 

19. Voyages aux Indes Orientales de Bontekone, traduits de I'HoUandois, 

1618. 

20. Ddcouverte de la Terre Australe, parle Capt, F. Pelsart, 1628, traduite 

de I'HoUandois. 

21. Carte de cette cinquieme Partie du Monde, 1663. 

22. Avis d'un des Facteurs de la Compagnie HoUandoise sur le commerce 

des Indes. 

23. Autre Avis sur le commerce du Japon. 

24. Commerce des Indes Orientales, par Franfois Pelsart ; Tres-Humble 

Remontrance. 

25. Routier des Indes Orientales par Aleixo da Motta, traduit d'un Manu- 

scrit Portugais. 



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[2077] thevenot's collection, contents of tome i. (continued) — 

26. Carte Portugaise de la Carrera, ou Navigation des Indes Orientales. 

Carte de la Chine, du Japon, de la terre de Jezo, et de toutes les 
Isles de I'Asie, avec la Peninsule au deli du Gauge, des Isles des 
Larrons ou Mariannes, et de la Nouvelle Guin^e. 

27. Vues des principales cotes des Indes Orientales. 

28. Memoire ou Voyage de BeauUeu, Fran9ois, fait aux Indes Orientales, 

et dresse par luy-meme. 

29. Relations des Isles Philippines. 

SO & 31. Relation du Japon par Francois Caron, avec les Remarques 
d'Hagenar desavouees par M. Caron. Relation des Martyrs du 
Japon par Reys Gysbertz HoUandois et Calviniste, traduite de 
rOriginal HoUandois. 

32. Relation de la Decouverte de la Terre d'leso, avec line petite Carte. 

33. Briefve Relation de la Chine ; Flora Sinensis, ou Description, des 

Plantes et Fleurs de la Chine, leur maniere de les cultiver, avec 
les figures des Plantes. Mouuniens antiques de la Religion Chre- 
tienne, trouves dans la Province de Xensi k la Chine. ParleR. P. 
Michel Boyra. 

[207S] TOME SECOND. 

oi. Ambassade des HoUandois h, la Chine, 1656. 

35. Route du Voyage des Ambas-sadenrs HoUandois k Pekin, avec 

plusieurs gi-andcs figures des habillemens, et do ce qu'il y a de 
plus considerable dans la Chine. 

36. Description Geographique de I'Empire de la Chine, par le P. Martini, 

pp. 216, avec uue Carte qui convient tres-exactement a sa descrip- 
tion ; et i la fin une Addition au Royaume du Japon. 
87. Rapport que les Directeurs de la Conipagnie HoUandoise des Indes 
Orientales ont fait de 'etat de leurs aHiiires aux Indes en 1664. 

38. L'Indien, ou Portrait au naturel des Indiens, par Dom Jean de Pala- 

fox Eveque de la Puebla de los Angels. 

39. Relation des Voyages du Sieur Acarete sur la Riviere de la Platte, et 

de la par terre jusques au Perou etau Potosi. 

40. Voyage k la Chine des PP. Grueber et d'OrviUe, avec la Relation 

du Voyage par terre de ces memes Peres depuis Pekin jusqu'en 
Europe, ou il se trouve aussi des remarques curieuses sur la Langue 
Chinoise. 

41. Le meme en Italien. 

42. Sinarum Scientia Politico-Moralis. liber inter Confucii Libros Secnndua, 

Pans, 1672. 

43. Histoire de la Haute Ethiopie, ^crite sur les lieux parle P. Manuel 

d'Almeida Jesuite, extraite et traduite de la copie Portugaise du 
P. Balthazar Tellez, avec une grande Carte de I'Ethiopie, de I'Em- 
pire des Abyssins, autrement du Pretre-Jan, faite sur les lieux par 
ces memes Peres, et de petites Cartes de quelques Ports de la Mer 
Rouge. 

44. Remarques sur les Relations d'Ethiopie des PP. Jeronimo Lobo et 

Balthazar TeUez Jesuites. 

45. Relation du P. Jeronimo Lobo de I'Empire des Abyssins, des Sources 

du Nil, de la Licorne. 

46. Relation du Voyage du Zaid ou de la Thebaide, fait en 1668, par les 

Capucins Missiounaires en Egypte, avec un Itineraire de Mont- 
falout au Caire. 

47. Ddcouverte de quelques pais qui font entre I'Empire des Abyssins et 

la c6te de Melinde. 

48. Histoire de I'Empire Mexicain representee par figures, avec leurs ex- 

plication litterale, Paris, 1696. 

49. Relation du Mexique, avec THistoire de la NouveUe Espagne, par 

Thomas Gages. 

50. Route d'Abel Tasman autour de la Terre Australe, avec la decouverte 

de la NouveUe Zelande et de la Terre de Diemens, 1642-43. [Chart 
Ulustrating this voyage is in Tome I. See No. 21 ] 



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[2078] CONTENTS OF TOME II. {continued) — 

51. Instruction sur la route et sur les venta qui se recontrent ordinaire- 

ment dans les voyages qui se sent des Pais bas jusqu'h, Rattavic, 
dans risle de Java, et an retour. 

52. L'Asie de Barros, ou I'Histoire des Conquetes des Portugais aux Indes 

Orientalcs. Partie premiere. 

53. L'Ambassade de Schahrok fils de Tamerlam, et d'autres Princes ses 

voisins, k I'Empereur du Katay. Eelatio Ablegationis quam 
Czarea Majestas ad Catayensom, 1653. 

54. Synopsis Chronologica Monai'chis Sinicse, anno post diluvium 275- 

3817 (B.C. 32). Decas Secunda (is imperfect, wanting a few years), 
B.C. 6 to A.D. 1566. 

55. Relation des Chretiens de S. Jean, faite par le P. Ignace de Jesus 

Carme D^ohaux, Missionnaire k Bassora. 
66. Voyage de la Tercere, fait par le Commandeur de Chaste. 

57. Elementa Linguse Tartariea;. 

58. Fragment in Spanish : De las Islas de Salomon (pp. 5-16). [Relating 

to MendaSa's Second Voyage, 1595.] 

59. Fragment in Latin : Asganii Sassonii, De Imperio Ommiadarum, &o. 

(pp. 17-48). [Relating to the Arabian Dynasties of the Sassanians, 
Ommiades, Abassides, &c.] 

Valentyn. — Oad en Nieiiw Oost-Indien, vervattende een Naau- 
[2079] keurige en Uitvoerige verhandelinge van Nederlands 
Mogentheyd in die Gewesten, benevens eene wydluftige Be- 
schryvinge der Moluccos ; Amboina, Banda, Timor, en Solor, 
Java, en alle de Eylanden onder dezelve Landbestieringen 
behoorende ; het Nederlands Comptoir op Suratte, en de 
Lev^ens der Groote Mogols ; als ook een Keurlyke verhandeling 
van 't wezentlykste, dat men behoort te wetcn van Choro- 
mandel, Pegu, Arracan, Bengale, Mocha, Persien, Malacca, 
Sumatra, Ceylon, Malabar, Celebes of Macassar, China, Japan, 
Tayouan of Formosa, Tonkin, Cambodia, Siam, Borneo, Bali, 
Kaap der Goede Hoop en van Mauritius. Te zamen dus 
behelzende niet alleen eene zeer nette Beschryving van alles, 
wat Nederlands Oost-Indien betreft, maar ook 't voornaamste 
dat eenigzins tot eenige andere Europeers, in die Gewesten, 
betrekking heeft. Door Frangois Valentyn. Maps, Portraits, 
and Plates. 

5 Vols, in 8, folio. Dordrecht and Amsterdam, 1724-26. 
Deel. I. — Oud en Nieuw Cost Indien, of Nederlands llogentheid aldaar. 
Beschryving der Moluccos. Molukse Zaakeii. 
II. — Beschryving van Amboina. Ambonsche Zaaken. 
III. — Ambonsche Zaaken vaa den Godsdienst. 

Beschryving der Boomen, Planten Heesters en Gewassen van Amboina. 
Verhandeling der Dieren, Vogelen, Water-Dieren, Viaschen-van 
Amboina. 
III. 2. — Verhandeling der Zee-Horenkens en Schelpen ofte Dubbletten van 
Amboina. Beschryvinge van Banda, Solor en Timor, Macassar, 
Borneo, Bali, Tonkin, Cambodia, Siam. 
IV. — Bfeschryvinge van Groot Java, Bantam, Batavia, benevens de Levens 
der Opper-land Voogden. 
IV. 2. — Zaaken van den Gods-dienst op Java. 

Beschryving van Suratto en de Levens dor Groote Mogols. 
Beschryvinge van Tsjina, Tayouan, of Fonnssa. 
Des Schryvers Uyt en T'Huys-Reyze, 1685-1714. 
V. — Beschryving van Choromandel, Pegu, Arrakan, Bengale, Mocha, &c. 
Beschryvinge van Mahakka, Sumatra, Ceylon. 
V. 2. — Beschryvinge van Malabar, Japan, Kaap der Goede Hoope. 



72 CATALOGUE. 



Ray. — Collection of Curious Travels and Voyages, By 

[2080] John Ray, F.E.S. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lend. 1738. 

Eay, John. Travels through the Low-Countries, Germany, Italy, and 

France, with curious observations ; also a Catalogue of Plants. 
Willughby, Francis. Travels through great part of Spain. 
Eauwolf, Leonhart. Journey into the Eastei'n Countries, viz. , Syria, Palestine, 

Armenia, Mesopotamia, Assyria, Chaldea, &c., 1573-76. 
Belon, Mr. Remarks in the Island of Creta or Candy ; Description of Mount 

Athos ; Journey from Mount Athos to Constantinople, wherein the Gold 

and Silver Mines of Macedonia, &c., aro described. 
Vernon, Francis. Travels from Venice through Istria, Dalmatia, Greece, and 

the Archipelago to Smyrna. 
Wheeler, Sir 6. Plants observed in his Voyage to Greece and Asia Minor. 
Smith, Thomas. Historical Observations relating to Constantinople ; and an 

Account of the City of Prusa in Bithynia. 
Greaves, John. Account of the Latitude of Constantinople and Rhodes. 
Belon, M. Observations made in a Voyage to Egj'pt. 
Greaves, John. Description of the Pyramids in Egypt, 1638-39. 
Vansleb, Father. Of the Pyramids, Sphynx, Mummies, &c., of Egypt. 
Huntingdon, E. Letter concerning the Porphyry Pillars In Egypt. 
Journey from Grand Cairo to Mecca. 
Middleton, Sir Henry. Observations in Arabia Felix. 
Michael of Tripoli. Of Ethiopia. 
Lobo, Father. Observations of Ethiopia. 

Churchill's (A. and J.) Collection of Voyages and Travels, 

[2081-86] some first printed from Original Manuscripts, others 
translated out of Foreign Languages, with a General Preface, 
giving an Account of the Progress of Navigation. Maps and 
Plates, 6 Vols. Folio. Lond. 1707-47. 

[2081] CONTENTS or VOL. I. 

Navarette, D. F. Account of the Empire of China, Historical, Political, 

Moral, and Religious, 1642-73 page \ 

Baumgarten, M. Travels through Egypt, Arabia, Palestine, and Syria. 

With the Author's Life, 1507 381 

Brawern, H. and E. Herckemann. Voyage to Chili, 1 642-43 455 

Candidius, G. Account of the Island of Formosa in the East Indies ... 472 
Japan. Curious remarks on the Empire of. From the High-Dutch ... 480 
Monck, Capt. J. Account of a most dangerous Voyage to Hudson's Straits, 

with a description of Old and New Greenland, 1619-20 ... ... 487 

Beauplan, Sieur de. Description of Ukraine [Poland] and the People, 

1640 517 

Angelo, M. and D. Carli. Account of a Voyage to Congo in 1666-67 ... 555 
MeroUa da Sorrento, Jerom. Voyage to Congo and other Countries, 1682 591 
Roe, Sir Thomas. Voyage to the East Indies, and Residence at the Court of 

the Great Mogul, 1615-16 696 

[2082] CONTENTS OF VOL. II. 

Nienhoff, J. Voyages and Travels into Brazil, and the East Indies, 
1640-71 P<me 1 

Smith, Capt. J. True Travels and Adventures, in Europe, Asia, Africa, 
and America, from 1592-1629 329 

Greenland and Spitzbergen. Two Journals. The first kept by Seven Sailors, 
in the Isle of S. Maurice in Greenland, in 1633-4, who passed the 
winter, and all died In the Island. The Second, kept by Seven other 
Sailors, who in 1633-4, wintered at Spitzbergen 869 

Spitzbergen. A True and Short Account of Foity-two Persons, who perished 
by Shipwreck near Spitzbergen, in 1646 ... 381 

Peyrere. Accounts of Iceland and of Greenland, 1644 899 

James, Capt. T. Strange and dangerous Voyage in his intended Discovery 
of the North- West Passage into the South-Sea, 1631-32 429 



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[2082] CONTENTS OF VOL. II. (conttjiued) — 

Backhoff, F. Iskowitz, Muscovite Envoy. Voyage into China, 1654 page 489 
Wagener, Z. Voyage through a great part of the World into China, 

1643-68 496 

Columbus, Christopher. Life, and the History of his Discovery of the West 

Indies, by his Son D. F. Columbus 501 

Greaves^ John. Description of the Pyramids of Egypt 625 

Discourse of the Roman Foot and Denarius, from whence the Measures 

and Weights used by the Ancients may be deduced 675 

Borri, R. F. Chr. Account of Cochinchina, 1620 721 

[2083] CONTENTS OF VOL. III. 

Ovalle, Alonso de. Historical Relation of the Kingdom of Chili, 1646 page 1 
Monson, Sir William. Naval Tracts. Treating of all tlie Actions of the 
English by Sea under Elizabeth and James I. Discoveries and Enter- 
prizes of the Spaniards, and Portugueses, &c. ... ... ... 139 

Baldseus, Philip. Description of the Coasts of Malabar, Coromandel, Ceylon, 
&c., 1649 501 

[2084] CONTENTS OF VOL. IV. 

Careri, J. F. Gemelli. Voyage Round the World, containing the most 

remarkable things in Turkey, Persia, India, China, the Philippine 

Islands, and New Spain, 1683-99 page 1 

Hamel. Account of the Shipwreck of a Dutch vessel on the Coast of the 

Isle of Quelpaert, together with Description of Corea, 1653 573 

Sepp, F. Ant. and Ant. Behme. Voyage from Spain to Paraquaria, 1691 596 
[Voyage for the] Discovery of the Islands of Salomon [1595], two 

fragments... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 622 

Techo, F. Nieh. del. History of the Provinces of Paraguay, Tucuman, Rio 

de la Plata, Parana, Guaira, Urvaioa, and Chile, to 1645 636 

Pelham's Preservation of eight Men in Greenland, nine months and twelve 

days, 1630 750 

Merin's Journey to the Mines in Hungary, 1615 762 

Ten Rhyne, William. Account of the Cape of Good Hope and the Hotten- 

totes, 1673 769 

Boland's Observations on the Streights of Gibraltar and the Tides, 1675 782 

[2085] CONTENTS OF VOL. V. 

Barbot, J. Description of the Coasts of Guinea and Angola, with a new 
relation of the Province of Guiana, the Rivers Amazons and Oronoque in 
South America : and Account of the Discoveries of America in the xiv. 
Century, from Herrera's History of the West Indies ... page 1 

Rolamb, Nicholas. Relation of a Journey to Constantinople, 1656-57... 669 

[2086] CONTENTS OF VOL. VI. 

Baron, S. Description of the Kingdom of Tonqueen, 1685 ... page 1 

Careri, J. G. Travels through Europe, 1683 41 

Norwood, Col. Voyage to Virginia, 1649 143 

Phillips, Capt. Journal of his Voyage to Africa and Barbadoes, 1693-94 171 
Gatonbe, J. Voyage into the North West Passage ... ... ... 241 

Everard, Rob. Relation of three years' sufferings upon the Coast of Assada, 

near Madagascar, in a Voyage to India, 1687-90 ... ... ... 257 

Description of the Mosqueto Kingdom in America, with a Relation of their 

strange Customs, Religion, Wars, &c., 1699 283 

Lord, Rev. H. Discovery of two foreign Sects in the East Indies : viz. the 

Banians, ancient Natives of India ; and the Persees, ancient Inhabitants 

of Persia, 1616 299 

May, C. Account of the Wonderful Preservation of the Ship Terra Nova of 

London, homeward bound from Virginia, 1688-89 341 

Mocha. Account of the King of Mocha, and of his Country 355 

Bombay, some reasons for the Unhealthiness of the Island of 358 

Skippon, Sir Philip. Journey through part of the Low Countries, Germany, 

Italy, and France, 1663-66 359 



CATALOGUE. 



The Harleian Collection : Voyages and Travels not before 
Collected in English (or which have been abridged in other 
Collections). Compiled from the Library of Edward Harley, 
Earl of Oxford. With Maps and Plates [sometimes called 
Osborne's Colkction]. 2 Vols. Folio. Lond. 1745. 



[2087] 



CONTENTS OF VOL. I. 



Osborne, T. Introductory Discourse concerning Geography, Navigation, 
Government, Commerce, Religion, Travel, and a Geographical Descrip- 
tion of Europe jwagrM i to Iviii ; 1 to 7 

Gonzales, Manuel. Voyage to Great Britain, 1730, and Account of England 
and Scotland ... ... ... ... ... •• ••. ••• 9 

Storj', John. Travels through Sweden, 1632 ... _ 209 

Muscovy, its situation, extent, latitude, provinces, soil, &c., 1696 ... 239 

Overbury, Sir Thomas. Observations in his Travels upon the State of the 

seventeen Provinces, as they stood A. D. 1609... ... ... ... 251 

France and Italy, a Tour in, made by an English Gentleman, 1675 ... 409 

Davis, William. Travels and Captivity of, under the Duke of Florence, the 

manner of his slavery, and delivery, after eight years and ten months' 

captivity in the gallies (1597-1605) ; with a description of Civita 

Vecchia, Algier, Tunis, Leghorn, Naples, the River of Amazons, the 

Islands of Malta, and Cyprus 475 

Ussher, Abp. J. Disquisition, touching the Asia properly so-called, the 
Asia mentioned in the New Test., Proconsular Asia, and the Asian 

Diocese 489 

Turkish Emjiire, a General Account of 501 

Blount, Henry. Voyage into the Levant, 1634-35 511 

Daulphinois, Nicholas N., Lord of Arfeuile. Navigations, Peregrinations, 
and Voyages made into Turkey, 1551 ... ... ... ... ■•• 553 

Cartwright, John. The Preacher's Travels to the confines of the East Indies, 
through Syria, Mesopotamia, Armenia, Media, Hyrcinia, and Parthia, 
with the Author's return by way of Persia, Susiana, Assyria, Chaldea, 

and Arabia, &c., 1611 709 

Biddulph, W. Travels of four Englishmen, and a Preacher, into Africa, 
Asia, Troy, Bithynia, Thracia, the Black Sea, Syria, Cilicia, Pisidia, 
Mesopotamia, Damascus, Canaan, Galilee, Samaria, Judea, &c., in 

1600-11 761 

Dandini, Father Jerom. Voyage to Mount Libanus, wherein is an Account 
of the Customs and Manners of the Turks and the Maronites ; also a 
Description of Candia, Nicosia, Tripoli, Alexandretta, &c., 1596 ... 831 



[2088] 



CONTENTS OF VOL. II. 



Baudier, M. History of the Court of the King of China, 1610 ... page 1 

Bernardine. Account of the Empire of China, and a Discourse of the 
Navigation of the Portugueze to the East Parts of the World ; translated 
by Frampton, 1578 25 

Sa, Pedro de. Description of Siam 92 

Siam. Relation of the Revolution in Siam, also Account of the Expulsion 
of the Jesuits, &c., out of that Kingdom, 1688-89 95 

Bernier, F. Voyage to Surat, and History of the late Revolution of the 
Empire of the Great Mogul, with a letter to Lord Colbert, touching the 
extent of Indostan, &c., 1655-65 ... ... ... ... ... 101 

Corverte, Capt. Rob. Report of an Englishman, that (being cast away in 
Cambaya, the farthest part of the East Indies) travelled through many 
unknown Kingdoms and Great Cities ; to which is prefixed an Account 
of India Proper ... 239 

Bruton, W. News from the East ludies ; or a voyage to Bengalla, with the 
State and Magnificence of the Court of Malcandy, also their detestable 
Religion, wicked Sacrifices, and impious Customs, 1632 267 



THE HARLEIAN COLLECTION. 75 



[2088] CONTESTS OF VOL. II. {caiitiiiued) — 

East Indies. A True Relation of the Unjust, Cruel, and Barbarous proceed- 
ings against the English, at Amboyna, in the East Indies ... page 277 

• A true declaration of the News concerning a Conspiracy in the Island 

of Amboyna, and the Punishment following thereon, in 1624 ... 293 

An Answer unto the Dutch Pamphlet, made in defence of the unjust 

and barbarous proceedings against the English at Amboyna 301 

■ A Remonstrance of the Directors of the Netherlands East India 

Company, in Defence, touching the bloody proceeding against English 
Merchants, executed at Amboyna ; with the Acts of the Process, and 
the Reply of the English East India Company 313 

Galvano, Antonio. Discoveries of the World, from their first Original unto 
1555 ; published in English by R. Haklnyt 353 

East Indies. Description of a Voyage made by certain Ships of Holland into 
the East Indies in 1595-97 ; to which is added the Sea Journal of the 
Hollanders into Java, &c. 393 

Drake, Sir Francis. The World Encompassed ; the Notes of Mr. Francis 
Fletcher compared with divers other Notes that went in the same 
Voyage, 1577-80 433 

Knight, Francis. Relation of Seven Years' Slavery under the Turks of 
Algiers, suflered by an English Captive Merchant, 1631-38 465 

Dnnton, John. True Journal of the Sallee Fleet, with the Proceedings of 
the Voyage, 1636 37 491 

Phelps, Thomas. Account of the Captivity of, in Barbary, 1684-85 ... 499 

Guinea. Relation of the Inhuman and Barbarous Murders committed on 
Three Englishmen in Old Calabar in Guiney, 1668 511 

Pigafetta, Philippe. Report of the Kingdom of Congo and the border 
Countries drawn out of the writings of Odoardo Lopez, 1578-89 ... 519 

Froger, Sieur. Voyage made in 1695-7, on the Coasts of Africa, by a 
Squadron of French Men-of- War, under command of de Gennes ... 585 

Le Maire, Sieur, Voyages of, to the Canary Islands, Cape Verde, &c. ...597 

Boothby, Richard. Discovery or Discription of the most famous Island of 
Madagascar, near unto the East Indies, 1646 625 

Castle, W. A short Discovery of the Coast and Continent of America, from 
the Equinoctial northward ; and of the adjacent Isles ; with Sir Benj. 
Rudger's Speech, Jan. 1644, concerning America ... ... ... 733 

Newfoundland. King Charles I. Commission for the well-governing of our 
People, inhabiting in Newfoundland, 1635 783 

Geare, Allen. Ebenezer ; or a Monument of Thankfulness ; Account of the 
Preservation of Nine Men in a small Boat, inclosed within Islands of 
Ice, about Seventy leagues from Land, Twenty-eight Days ; with con- 
siderations of the Trade of Newfoundland, 1707 787 

Nova Francia ; or that part of New France described in the Voyages made 
by MM. de Monto, du Pont-Grave, and de Poutrincourt, into La Cadia, 
South-We.stof Cape Breton, 1604 795 

Warren, George. Description of Surinam, Guiana, in America 919 



Early Voyages made by the Portuguese, Spaniards, (fee, 
[2099] to Africa, East and West Indies. To which is prefixed a 
Life of Capt. Cook. 4to. Lond. 1790. 

Vo}-ages promoted by Prince Henry of Portugal, viz., those of Gonzalez Zarco and 
Tristram Vaz, Gillianes and Baldava, Nnno Tristan, Lancerota, Gonzales de 
Sintra, Antonio Gonzales, Denizeanes de Gram, Alvaro Fernandez, Diogo 
Gill, and Cadamosto. 

Voyages of Pedro de Sintra, Diogo D'Azambuja, Diogo Cam, Bartholomew Diaz, 
Vaz de Cunno, and Goncalo de Souza. 

Voyages of Va.sco da Gama. 

Spanish Voyages to the Canary Islands. 

First, Second, and Third Voyages of Columbus. 



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CATALOGUE. 



Histoire des Navigations aux Terres Australes. [Par 
[2089-90] le President Charles De Brosses.] 

2 Vols. Maps. 4to. Paris, 1756. 



English Translation of the preceding work with Additions : — 

Terra Australis Cognita ; or, Voyages to the Southern Hemi- 
[2091-93] sphere, during the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth 
centuries, containing an Account of the Manners of the People 
and the Productions of the Countries, the Advantages of 
Further Discoveries, and Methods of establishing Colonies 
there, &c. 3 Vols. 8vo. J. Callander, Edin. 1766-68. 



[20911 

Page 
Preface ... ... ... i. — viii. 

Of the UtUity of Further Dis- 
coveries 1 — 50 

AmericoVesputio'sVoyages.l 501-3 53 
" " ' ■ ~ ■" 63 

73 
110 
112 
119 
123 
124 
127 



CONTENTS OF VOL. I. 



Paulmier de Gonneville, 1503 
Ferdinand Magellan, 1519 
Carjaval and Ladrilleros, 1524 
Garcia de Loaisa, 1525 ... 
Alvar de Saavedra, 1528 ... 
Diego Hurtado, 1533 
Simon de Alcazova, 1535... 
Francisco de UUoa, 1539... 



Page 
Alphonso de Camargo, 1540 ... 201 
Juan Gaetan and Bertrand Delia 

Torre, 1542 203 

Villegagnon, 1557 212 

Alvar de Mendoza,;i567 [Meudaiia] 277 
Sir Francis Drake, 1576-79, with 
accounts of Nuna da Silva, John 
Winter, and Lopez Vaz ... 283 

Pedro Sarmiento, 1579 363 

Fenton, 1582 378 

Francisco de Gualle, 1584 ... 412 

Cavendish, Two Voyages, 1586-93 424 



[2092] 

Sir Richard Hawkins, 1593 ... 3 

Fernand de Quiros, 1606 142 

George Spilberg, 1614 191 

Le Maire andSchouten, 1615-16... 217 

Garcia de Nodal, 1618 269 

Dutch Navigations, 1616-1705 ... 273 

Jacques le Hennite, 1624-26 ... 286 

Francis Pelsart, 1628 335 

Gerard Pool, 1636 354 



CONTENTS OF VOL. II. 



Tasman, 1642-43 855 

Henry Brewer, 1643 379 

Vink, to New Guinea, 1663 ...420 
Sir John Narborough, 1669-71 ...422 

Keyts, 1678 519 

Bartholomew Sharp, 1680 ...524 

Cowley, 1683-86 528 

William Dampier, 1683-89 ... 556 
Lionel Wafer, 1685-87 673 



[2093] 



De Gennes (Froger's account) 

1695 1 

Vlaming to New Holland, 16P6-97 6 
History of the New Philippines, 

(Gobien) 9 

Antony Cantova, the Carolines ... 23 
Of the Marian or Ladrone Islands 40 

Beauchesne-Gouin, 1699 56 

Dampier's Voyage to New Holland, 

1699-1700 66 

Funnell's Voyage, 1703-6 ... 145 

Fouquet and Peree, 1704 227 

Woodes Rogers, 1708-11 231 



CONTENTS OF VOL. III. 



Louis Feuillee, 1708 879 

Frezier, 1711-14 386 

La Barbinais, 1715-16 439 

Clipperton, 1719-22 444 

Shelvocke, 1719-22 502 

Roggewein, 1721-22 584 

Lozier Bouvet, 1739 641 

Anson, 1739-43 644 

Antonio Ulloa, 1735 659 

Hen Brignon, 1747-48 669 

Commodore Byron, 1764-65 ... 678 
Of the Method of Forming Colonies 
in the Terra Australis 716 



COLLECTIONS. 77 



Harris's Collection. — Navigantium atque Itinerantium Bib- 
liotheca. A Complete Collection of Voyages and Travels ; 
consisting of above Six Hundred of the most authentic writers, 
beginning with Hackluit, Purchass, &c., in English ; Ramusio, 
Alamandini, Carreri,&c.,in Italian ; Thevenot, Renaudot, Labat, 
&c., in French; De Brye, Grynaeus, Maffeus, &c., in Latin; 
Herrera, Oviedo, Coreal, &c., in Spanish; and the Voyages under 
the Direction of the East-India Company in Holland, in 
Dutch ; together with such other Histories, Voyages, Travels, 
or Discoveries, as are in general esteem ; containing whatever 
has been observed worthy of notice in Europe, Asia, Africa, 
and America ; in respect to the extent and situation of Empires, 
Kingdoms, Provinces, &c. ; with an Introduction, comprehend- 
ing the Rise and Progress of the Art of Navigation, and its 
successive improvements, together with the Invention of the 
Loadstone; and its Variation. By John Harris, D.D., F.R.S. 
New Edition, revised and continued [By John Campbell, LL.D.]. 
Maps and Plates. 2 Vols. Folio. Lond. 1764. 

[2094] CONTENTS OF VOL. I. : — 

The superiority of the Modems over the Ancients in the art of Navi- 
gation page 1 

Columbus. Voyages, 1493-1506 2 

Magellan, Ferdinand. Voyage Round the World, 1519-22 6 

Drake's Voyage round the Globe, 1577-80 14 

Candish, or Cavendish. Voyage round the World, 1585-88 22 

Van Noort, Oliver. Voyage (the first attempted by the Dutch) round the 

World, 1598-1601 31 

Weert, Sibald de. Remarkable Voyage to the South Seas and the Streights 

of Magellan, 1598-1600 36 

Spilbergen, George. Voyage round the World, 1614-17 44 

Schouten, W. C, and Jacques le Maire. Remarkable Voyage round the 

World by a new passage into the South Seas, 1615-17 51 

Quiros, Don Pedro F. de. Voyage for the Discovery of the Southern Con- 
tinental Islands, about 1605-6 63 

Hermite, Jac. le. Voyage of the Nassau Fleet round the Globe, 1623-26 66 

Cowley, Capt. Voyage round the World, 1683-86 77 

Dampier, Capt. William. First Voyage round the World, 1683-91 ... 84 
Dampier's Voyage to New Holland and New Guinea, 1699-1701 ... 112 

Funnell, William. Voyage round the World, 1703-6 131 

Woodes Rogers, and Courtney. Voyage round the World, 1708-11 ...150 

Clipperton, Capt. John. Voyage round the World, 1719-22 184 

Shelvocke, Capt. George. Voyage round the World, 1719-22 198 

Betagh, Capt. Observations of Peru and its Inhabitants, 1720 240 

Roggewein, Comm. Account of his Expedition, with three Ships, for the 

Discovery of Southern Lands, 1721-33 256 

Pelsart, Capt. Francis. Voyage and Shipwreck of, on the Coast of New 

Holland, and his succeeding Adventures, 1628 320 

Tasman, Capt. Abel Jansen. Voyage for the Discovery of Southern Countries, 

1642-43 325 

Anson's Expedition Round the World, 1740-44 337 

The Discovery, Settlement, and Commerce of the East Indies 369 

The History of India in the Earliest Ages 373 

The History of Commerce in the hands of the Idumeans, Israelites, Tyrians, 

&c., with some account of its Profits 376 

Of the Indian Commerce under the Persian Empire 380 

Account of Alexander's Conquest of the Persian Empire, and of his Indian 
Expedition 386 



78 CATALOGUE. 



[2094] Harris's collection, vol. i. (contimied) — 

Kearchus. Voyage from the Indus up the Persian Gulph ... pa^e iOO 

History of the Seleucid^, Kings of Syria, who were the immediate possessors 

of Alexander's Indian Conquests ... ... ... ... ... 409 

History of the Greek Empire in Egypt, under the Ptolemies ; the establish- 
ment of the Indian Commerce at Alexandria, to the reduction of Egypt 
into a Province by the Romans ... ... ... ... ... 413 

History of the Indian Trade, as carried on through Egypt by the Red Sea, 
under the Ilomans, the Profits drawn therefrom, and the discoveries 
made in consequence of this Commerce ... ... ... ... 425 

Account of the Affairs of Egypt and of the Commerce carried on by the 
Romans, through that country to the East, till the seat of the Empire 

was transferred from Rome to Constantinople 435 

Account of the Religion, Government, Laws, Customs, and Manners of the 
Indians, as recorded by ancient Authors ... ... ... ... 442 

Learning, Discipline, Office, Manner of Living, and Privileges of the Brach- 
mans ; including an Account of their Doctrines ... ... ... 449 

Of the Animals in the East Indies, as described by ancient Authors, compared 
with modern Authors ... ... ... ... ... ... ...458 

Account of the Descriptions left by the Ancients of the Eastern and Northern 
Parts of the Indies, with an Enquiry into the Reasons which hindered 
their Discoveries on that side ... ... ... ... ... 493 

History of the Rise, Progress, and Decline of the Constantinopolitan Empire, 
and its Eastern Commerce ; also a brief Detail of the Rise of the Arabian 
Empire, Recovery of the Indian Commerce in Egypt, and revival of the 
Trade of Alexandria ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 504 

Account of Passages to the Indies by Sea and Land, that have been attempted, 
discovered, or practised by the Antients ... ... ... ... 514 

Travels of Two Mahommedans through India and China in the Ninth Century. 
Translated from the Arabic by the Abbe Reuaudot ... ... 521 

Benjamin of Tudela. Travels through Eui-ope, Asia, and Africa, from Spain 

to China, 1160-73. From the Latin of Montanus, &c 546 

Rubruquis, William de. The remarkable Travels of, in the East, particularly 
into Tartary and China, 1253 ... ... ... .. ... ... 556 

Marco Polo's Voyages and Travels in the Xlllth century ; through the 
dominions of the Tartars, and the East Indies ... ... ... 593 

History of the Empire of tlie Great Mogul, from its foundation by Timur- 
Bec, or Tamerlane, to the present time ... ... ... ... 629 

History of the Rise and Progress of the Portuguese Empire in the East 
Indies ; causes of the Declension of their Power, and present Posture 

of their Eastern Affairs 662 

Laval, Pirard de. Voyage to the East Indies ; his Shipwreck amongst the 
Maldives, and his copious Account of that Archipelago, 1601-11 . 701 
Beaulieu, Comm. Augustin de. Expedition to the East Indies ; containing 
Descriptions of the Sea-Coasts and Commerce ; Observations on the 
People, and the means of establishing Colonies among them, 1619-22 717 
Mandeltloe, John Albert de. Voyages through the Indies, including De- 
scriptions of Countries, historical Remarks upon several Nations, and 
Observations on the Commerce of the Portuguese, English, and Dutch 

at that time, 1638-39 749 

Tavemier, J. B. Account of the Commodities, Manufactures, and Produce 
of the Several Countries of the East Indies ; the different Routes to all 
the great Cities and chief Marts, with Remarks and Observations in his 
Travels through the Indies, together with Account of the Dutch Settle- 
ment, and his Voyage on board a Dutch Ship from Batavia to 

Europe 810-852 

Cunningham, James. Observations and Remarks made during his Residence 

on the Island of Chusan, on the Coast of China, 1701 852 

Adams, William. Account of the Adventures of, who resided many years in 

theEmpireof Japan, 1609-1631 [1620] 856 

Historical Account of the Intercourse between the Inhabitants of Great 
Britain and the People in the East Indies ; with a History of the East- 
India Company 873 



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[2094] CONTENTS OF VOL. I. (continued) — 

History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment of the Dutch East India 

Company page 924 

History of the French East India Commerce, with its pi-esent Circumstances 

at Home and Abroad, 1741 949 

History of the Rise, Progress, and Suppression of the Imperial Company of 

the Indies, established at Ostend, by the Emperor Charles VI. ... 965 

History of the Danish Commerce to the East Indies ... ... ... 976 

History of the Swedish East India Company 980 

[2095] CONTENTS OF VOL. II. : — 

Of the Importance of the new-discovered Continent of America ; the advan- 
tages derived from thence to the Art of Navigation, &c. ... page 1 

Columbus. First Voyages in which he discovered the Lucayan Islands, and 
afterwards Cuba and Hispaniola, with his return to Spain, 1492-93 3 

Second Voyage, to the West Indies, including an Account of all the 

Discoveries made in that Voyage, 1493-96 16 

Third Voyage to the West Indies, in which he first saw the Continent of 

America, 1498-1500 27 

Fourth Voyage ; his Discoveries on the Continent, and of the Islands in 

America, 1502-5 39 

History of the Discoveries, Settlements and Conquests made by the 
Spaniards, in the West Indies, after the Death of Chr. Columbus... 49 

Cortes's Expedition for the Reduction of New Spain, 1518 63 

Progress of Hernan Cortes's Expedition from the Time of his embarking for New 
Spain, to his first Message to Motezuma, Emperor of Mexico, 1519... 70 

Continuation of Coites's Expedition, his Alliances with several Indian 
Nations, his success in quelling Seditions in his own Army, and pre- 
paration for his March to Mexico, by burning his Fleet, 1519 ... 77 

History of the War of Tlascala, from its breaking out to Cortes's concluding 
a Peace with that Republic ; and his taking them into the Confederacy 
against the Indian Emperor Motezuma, 1519... ... ... ... 85 

March of the Spaniards to Mexico, the reception given to Cortes by Mote- 
zuma, his Imprisonment and other Transactions to the Time of his 
ordering the Spaniards to quit his Dominions, 1519... ... ... 94 

History of Cortes's Expedition to the Death of Motezuma, and the Spaniards 
being forced to abandon the City of Mexico, 1520 103 

Conclusion of Cortes's Expedition ; the remaining part of the War, to the 
Reduction of the City and Empire of Mexico, 1520-21 ... ... 114 

Discoveries made by the Spaniards in the Province called Golden Castile ; 
their first knowledge of the South Sea, and establishment of Panama, 
1513-26 136 

History of the Discovery and Conquest of the Empire of Peru, by Francis 
Pizarro, 1524, together with the Discovery of Chili, and the Conquest 
of that Country, 1535 143 

History of the Discovery, Settlement, and Cultivation of Brazil by the 
Portuguese ; its Conquest by the Dutch and Recovery by the Portu- 
guese ; the advantages that have accrued to them from this Colony, &c., 
1500-1709 166 

Discoveries and Settlements of the English in America, from the Reign fof 
Henry VII. to the death of Queen Elizabeth, 1595-1603 189 

History of English Discoveries and Settlements in America, from the Acces- 
sion of James I. to the Restoration, 1603-1660 221 

Historical Account of the British Settlements in America, from the Restora- 
tion of Charles II. to the Revolution, 1660-1688 ...274 

Histoiy of the British Colonies in America, from the Revolution to the 
Deathof George I., 1688-1714 301 

History of the Rise, Progress, and Present State of Georgia, 1732-42 ... 323 

History of the Discoveries, Settlements, and Conquests of the French in 
America, 1523-1713 348 

The Discoveries, Conquests, Settlements, and Present State of the Dutch 
Colonies in America, with an Account of the Danish Settlement, 
1642-1714 364 



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[2095] HAKEis's COLLECTION, VOL. II. {continued) — 

History of the Countries lying round the North Pole ; their Climate, Soil, 
and Produce; Greenland, Spitzbergen, Mayen Island, Nova Zembla, 
Yedzo, &c.. 1585-1746 377 

Philosophical Motives for seeking a Passage into the South Seas, by the 
North- West, examined and explained, together with the History of the 
Attempts made with that view, for the space of 130 years 399 

James, Capt. Thomas. Voyage for the Discovery of a Passage into the South 
Seas, by the North-West, 1631-33 406 

Middleton, Capt. Chr. Attempts made for the Discovery of a Passage to the 
South Seas, from Hudson's Bay, by Dobbs, 1725-42 437 

Grounds upon which a North- East Passage into the Sea of Japan has been 
sought for ; English and Dutch Attempts on that side 452 

A Voyage to the North, containing an Account of the Sea Coasts' and Mines 
of Norway, the Danish, Swedish, and Muscovite Laplands ; Borandia, 
Siberia, Saraojedia, Zembla, and Iceland, with some curious remarks on 
the Norwegians, Laplanders, Russians, Poles, Circassians, Cossacks, and 
other Nations ; extracted from the Journal of a Gentleman employed by 
the North-Sea Company at Copenhagen ; and from the Memoirs of a 
French Gentleman 457 

Account of the Kingdom of Sweden, from the Writings of an English 
Minister residing there 493 

Molesworth and others. Present State of the Dominions of the Crown of 
Denmark, and of its Subjects 501 

Conner, Bernard. Account of the Kingdom of Poland 508 

Beauplan, Mr. A Short Account of the Ilkrain, and of its Inhabitants the 
Cossacks ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ••• ••• 516 

Misson, Maximilian. Travels through part of Holland, the Spanish Low 
Countries, Germany, Tyrol, the Bishoprick of Trent, and Italy, 
1687-88 521-590 

Burnet, Bishop Gilbert. Travels through Switzerland, part of Italy, some 
Provinces of Germany, and the Low Countries, 1685-86 590 

Ray, John. Travels through the Low Countries and Germany, towards 
Italy, 1663 641 

Ray's Travels through the Dominions of the State of Venice, Lombardy, 
Tuscany, the Kingdom of Naples, the Islands of Sicily and Malta, the 
Ecclesiastical State, the Bishoprick of Trent, the Country of the Grisons, 
Switzerland, &c 658 

WiUoughby, Francis. Travels through Spain, 1664 ... ... ••; .694 

Travels through Portugal'and Spain, with Description of the principal Cities ; 
particularly Lisbon, Coirabra, Porto, and Braga ; Madrid, Valentia, 
Alicant, &c. ; by an English Gentleman, 1693 705 

Skippon, Sir Philip, and John Ray. Travels through the best part of the 
Kingdom of France, 1664 715 

Northleigh, John. Travels through France, 1702 727 

Browne, Edward. Voyage from England to Holland, and a Journey through 
the Electorates of Cologne, Treves, and Mentz, the Lower and Upper 
Palatinate, IJavaria, and Austria to Vienna ; thence through Moravia, 
Bohemia, and Saxony, to Hamburgh, 1668 741 

Browne's Description of the Noble Kingdom of Hungary, interspersed with 
a variety of Geographical, Historical, Physical, &c.. Remarks ... 759 

Browne's Travels through Hungary into Thessaly ; a Description of the City 
of Larissa, &c. ... ... ... •.. ... •■• ■■• '65 

Browne's Journey from Vienna to Venice by Land, with an Account of the 
Quicksilver Mines in Friuli, including observations in his Passages 
through Styria, Carinthia, and Carniola ... 781 

Thevenot,' John. Voyages and Travels from Italy to Constantinople, 
1655 , • 790 

Thevenot's Account of the Customs and Manners of the Turks, &c. ; also of 
Christians and Jews subject to the Grand Signior ... ... ... 805 

Thevenot's Account of several Cities in Asia, of Islands in the Archipelago, 
with Accounts from Wheeler and Lebrun, 1656 822 

Maundrell, Henry. Journey from Aleppo to Jerusalem, 1696 841 



HARRIS'S COLLECTION. 81 



[2095] CONTENTS OF VOL. II. (coniinued) — 

Chardin, Sir John. Travels by way of the Black Sea, through the Countries 
of Circiissia, Mingrelia, the Country of the Abcas ; Georgia, Armenia, 
and Media, into Persia Proper, 1672 page 862 

Description of the Great Empire of Persia ; its Situation, Extent, Distribu- 
tion into Provinces, &c., collected from the Writings of Herbert, Chardin, 
Tavemier, Thevenot, Le Brun, and others 876 

View of Persian History, collected from Oriental Writers, and from Greek 
and Latin Historians 891 

Ysbrants Ides, E. Travels from Muscovy through Great Ustiga, Siriana, 
Permia, Siberia, Daour, &o., to the Frontiers of China ; through the 
Countries of the Mongul Tartars, lying between the Russian and Chinese 
Empires, the Passage through the famous Wall, to the City of Peking, 
and return from China by Land, 1692-95 918 

Ysbrants Ides, E. Description of Siberia 951 

Kao, Dionysius. A Description of China and of whatever is most remark- 
able in regard to persons or things throughout the whole Empire, with 
a description of Japan, Corea, Formosa, Tunkin, and Laos, &c. ... 975 

Description of the Country, History of the Inhabitants, and account of the 
present state of the Kingdom of Corea... ... ... ... ...1000 

Account of the Country of Kamschatka, and Capt. Behring's Voyages for 
discovery towards the East, 1725-26 1016 

Retrospective View of this ifhole Collection, in which its particular advan- 
tages are explained, and an account given of the uses to which the 
Contents may be applied 1042 

Dalrymple. — Collection of Voyages and Discoveries in 

[2096] the South Pacific Ocean. By Alex. Dalrymple. Maps. 
Two Vols, (in one). Quarto. Lond. 1770-71. 
Vol. I. — Being chiefly a Literal Translation from the Spanish writers : — 

Account of some Natural Curio.iities at Sooloo. 

Enquiry into the Formation of Islands. 

Of the Salomon Islands. 

Magalhanes' Voyage, 1520. 

Ferd. Grijalva, and Alvarado's Voyage, 1537. 

Spanish Discoveries before 1595. 

Juan Fernandez. Voyage, 1676. 

Alvaro Mendana de Neyra. Voyage, 1595. 

Quiros, P. F. Voyage, 1606, with a Relation of a Memorial about the 
Settling and Discovery of Australia Incognita. 
Vol. II. — Containing the Dutch Voyages : — 

Le Maire, James, and W. Schouten. Voyage, 1616. 

Tasman, A. J. Voyage, 1642-43. 

Roggewein, Jacob. Voyage, 1722. 

Conduct of the Discoverers in the Tracks they made choice of. 

Investigation of what may be farther expected in the South Sea. 

Vocabulary of some of the Islands visited by Le Maire and Schouten. 

Lettres Edifiantes et Curieuses, ecrites des Missions 
[2098] Etrangeres. New Edition, with Maps and Illustrations. 

26 Vols. 12mo. Paris, 1780-83. 
Tom. I. — V. — The Levant ; Turkey, Greece, Egypt, Persia, &c. 5 vols. 

VI. — IX. — Canada, Louisiana, West Indies, Peru, Brazil, Paraguay. 4 vols. 
X. — XV. — India, Ceylon, Moluccas, Philippine, Caroline Is. 6 vols. 
XVI.— XXIV.— China, Tartary, Thibet, Loochoo Is. 9 vols. 
XXV., XXVI. — India and China. 2 vols. 
NouvEiLES Lettres ^difl-vntes des Missions de la Chine et des Indes 

Orientales. 8 Vols. 12mo. Paris, 1818-23. 

Travels of the Jesuits, translated from the "Lettres fidifiantes and 
Curieuses," by John Lockman. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1762. 

[2099] Eaely Voyages op the Portuguese, &c. — see p. 75. 

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82 CATALOGUE. 



Burney. — Chronological History of Voyages and Dis- 
coveries in the South Sea or Pacific Ocean. By Captain 
[Admiral] James Burney. Maps and Plates. 

5 Vols. Quarto. Lend. 1803-17. 

[2101] Vol. I. — Commencing with an Account of the earliest Discovery of that 
Sea by Europeans, and terminating with the Voyage of Drake, 1579 : — 

Discoveries in the South Sea, previous to the Voyage of Magalhanes. Colum- 
bus, the Cabots, Americus Vespucius, Juan de Solis ... page 1 

Magalhanes, F. de. Voyage, 1517-21 13 

Sequel of the Voyage after the death of Magalhanes, 1521-22 83 

Progress of Discovery on the Western Coast of America, 1522-24. Hernandez 
Oortez, Pizarro, Goraara ... ... ... ... ... ... 119 

Loaysa. Voyage from Spain to the Moluccas, 1525-27 129 

Saavedra. Voyage from New Spain to the Moluccas, 1527-29 ... _ ... 148 

Expeditions between 1526 and 1533. West Coast of America. Discovery of 

California, 1533. S. Cabot ; Villegagon ; Mendoza ; Grijalva ... 162 

Alcazova. Expedition to the South from Peru, 1534-35 171 

Cortes, Marquis del Valle. Sails to California, 1536 177 

Grijalva, II. de, and Alvarado. Voyage from Peru to the Moluccas, 1537 180 

Camargo, Alonzo de. Voyage from Spain to Peru, 1539 186 

Niza, Slarcos de. Journey to Cevola, 1539 ... ... ... ... 191 

UUoa, F. de. Voyage and Discovery that California was part of the Con- 
tinent, 1539-40 193 

Alarcon, Hernando de. Voyage to the North of Mexico, 1540 ... 212 

Vasquez de Cornado. Expedition to the North of Mexico, 1540 ... 216 

Cabrillo, J. Rodrigues. Voyage to North of California, 1542 ... ... 220 

Villalobos, Lopez de. Voyage from New Spain to the Moluccas, 1542-45 228 
Ladrilleros, Juan. Voyage, Valdivia to Strait of Magalhanes, 1557-58... 244 
Lopez de Legaspi, Miguel. Expedition from New Spain to the Philippine 

Islands, 1564-65 252 

Of the Islands discovered near the Continent of America in the Pacific 

Ocean 274 

Mendana. Discovery of the Salomon Islands, 1567 278 

Oxnam, John. Enterprise in the South Sea, 1575 292 

Reports concerning a Discovery of a Southern Continent ... ... 300 

Drake, Su: Francis. Voyage Round the World, 1577-80 305 



[2102] VoL II.— From 1579 to 1620 :— 

Sarmiento de Gamboa, Pedro. Voyage from Peru to the Strait of Magal- 
hanes, and thence to Europe, 1579-86 page 3 

Fenton, Edward, and Luke Ward. Voyage, 1582 45 

Gualle, or Gali, F. Navigation from New Spain to the Philippines, and 

from Macao to New Spain, 1582-84. [See Vol. V. p. 164] 58 

Withrington, Rt. and Chr. Lister. Voyage from England, intended for the 

South Sea [to Brazil], 1586 63 

Cavendish, Thomas. Voyages Round the World, 1586-93 ... 64,99 

Merick, Andrew. Voyage to the Strait of Magalhanes, 1589-90 ... 95 

Brief Review of various Reports concerning the Discovery of a North- West 

Passage to the Pacific Ocean ... ... ... ... ... 108-116 

Urdaneta, Andres de. Report of a Discovery, 1554 108 

Ladrillero, Martin Chack, Maldonado. Declarations, 1574, 79, 88 ... 109 
Lancaster, Capt. James. Postscript to his Letter, 1600 ... ... 110 

Fuca, Juan de. Alleged Discovery of the Strait of Anian 110 

Lok, Michael. Observations on account of Juan de Fuca 115 

Reports of Islands Fontacias ... ... ... ... ... ... 116 

Hawkins, Sir Richard. Voyage to the South Sea, 1593-94 118 

Mendana, Alvaro de. Second Voyage, 1595-96 134 

Vizcaino, Sebastian. Expedition to California, 1596 182 



[2102] CONTENTS OF VOL. II. {continued) — 

Mahu, Jacob, and Simon de Cordes. Voyage of Five Ships of Rotterdam to 

the South Seas, 1598-1600 page 187 

Van Noort, Olivier. Voyage Round the World, 1598-1601 ... ...206 

Vizcaino, Seb. Voyage to examine the Western Coast of California, and the 

Continuation of the Coast Northward, 1602-3 ... _. 236 

Concerning the Navigation from New Spain to the Philippines, and the 
return from thence to New Spain ; and of the Islands Rica de Oro, and 
Rica de Plata. De Morga's Description of the Pas.sage from New Spain 

to the Philippines, 1609 _ 260 

Quiros, Pedro Fern. de. Preliminary to the Discoveries of 268 

Voyage from Peru to Terra Australia, 1605-7 273,479 

Spilhergen, Adm. Jorls. Voyage Round the World, 1614-16 ... ...329 

Le Maire, J., and W. C. Schouten. Voyage Round the World, 1615-17 355 
Hertoge, Theodoric. The Great Terra Australis discovered, 1616 ... 456 
Nodal, B. Garcia de, and Goii(;alo de. Expedition to Examine Strait Le 

Maire, 1618-19 457 

Torres, Vaez de. Relation concerning the Discoveries of Quiros, 1607... 467 

Quiros, P. F. de. Information collected from the Natives of Islands in the 

South Sea, 1606 479 

[2103] Vol. III.— From 1620 to 1688 :— 

L'Heremite, Adm. Jacob. Voyage of the Nassau Fleet to the South Sea, 

and to the East Indies, 1623-26 page 2 

Of the early intercourse of Europeans with China, and their settlements on 

the Lsland Formosa, and various other events to 1638 .. ... 39 

Kwast, Capt. Matthys. Voyage to the Sea East of Japan, 1639 ... 55 

Tasman, Capt. A. J. Voyage from Batavia for making Discoveries of the 

Unknown South Land, 1642-43 60 

Brouwer, Hendrick. Expedition to Chili, 1643 115 

. Uries, M. G. de, and H. C. Schaep. Voyage of the Ships Kastrikom and 

.Src«fcfi7is to the North of Japan, 1643 146 

Tasman, Capt. Second Voyage of Discovery, 1644 ... ... ... 178 

Fonte, Bartholomew. Doubtful Relation of a Voyage, 1640 148 

First Entrance of the Russians into the Sea east of Asia, 1648 ... ... 196 

Hamel, H. Narrative of the Wreck of a Dutch Ship on the Island Quelpaert, 

and the Captivity of her Crew in the Korea, 1653-66 199 

Western Navigation from Europe to the East Indies 238 

The Island Formosa taken from the Hollanders, 1662 261 

Early instance of the use of Timekeepers at Sea, 1663 ... ... ... 267 

Of Islands marked in the Charts with the name Santa Tecla 268 

FoUada, J. Baptiste de la. Voyage from the Moluccas to Europe, 1667... 269 
Commencement of Missions to the Islands in the South Sea aud the Ladrone 

Island.s, by the Spaniards, 1662-95 274 

Narborough, John. Voyage to Patagonia and Chile, 1669-71 316 

Trading Voyages to the South Sea, by Strait Le Maire, 1671-72... _ ... 383 
Attempt by the English East India Company to re-establish their Trade 

with Japan, 1673 384 

Peche, Thomas. Voyage to the Molucca and Philippine Islands, and in 

search of the Strait of Anian, 1672 392 

Eochfe, Ant. Voyage from Hamburgh to South Sea, 1674-75 395 

Discoveries by the Japanese to the north of Japan, 1684-85 ... ... 405 

Attempts of the Portuguese to renew Trade with Japan, 1685 ... ... 407 

The name Carolinas given to Lslands southward of the Marianas, 1686... 410 

First Mission of the French Jesuits to China, 1687 411 

Islas de 1688. Island Donna Maria de Lajara 412 

Memoir on a Chart of the Coast, and Sea, east of China 415 

[2104] Vol. IV.— From 1688 to 1723, including a History of the Buccaneers :— 

Considerations on the Rights acquired by the Discovery of Unknown Lands, 

and on the Claims of the Spaniards page 1 

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[2104] bueney's collection, vol. iv. {continued) — 

Review of the Dominion of the Spaniards in Hayti 1492-1519 ... page 7 

Ships of different European Nations frequent the West Indies. Opposition 

from the Spaniards. Hunting of Cattle in Hispaniola, 1518-86 ... 32 

Settlement of the Island Saint Christopher by the English and French. 

Tortuga seized by the Hunters, 1625-30 38 

Origin of the name Buccaneer ; the name Filibustier. Customs attributed to 
the Buccaneers ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 42 

Increase of English and French in the West Indies, 1630-33. Tortuga sur- 
prised by the Spaniards, 1638 48 

Mansvelt attempts an Independent Buccaneer Establishment, 1664 ... 56 

Morgan succeeds Mansvelt as Chief of the Buccaneers, 1665 58 

Treaty of America, 1670 63 

Expedition of the Buccaneers against Panama, 1670 ... ... ... 64 

Exquemelin's History of the American Sea Rovers ... ... ... 71 

Peche, Thomas. Voyage, 1673 75 

La Sound attempts to Cross the Isthmus of America, 1675 75 

De Vea, Ant. Voyage to the Strait of Magalhanes, 1676 76 

Adventures of the Buccaneers in the West Indies, to 1679 ... ... 79 

Meeting of Buccaneers at Samballas and Golden Island, 1680 ... ... 81 

Account of the Mosquito Indians ... ... ... ... ... ... 81 

Journey of the Buccaneers across Isthmus of America, 1680 ... ... 92 

First Buccaneer Expedition to the South Sea, 1680-82 98 

Disputes between the French Government and their West India Colonies, 

1680 125 

Morgan, Sir H., becomes Deputy Governor of Jamaica, 1680 126 

Van Horn, Grammont, and De Graaff, go against La Vera Cruz, 1683 ... 127 
Circumstances which preceded the Second Irruption of the Buccaneers into^ 

theSouthSea 132 

Cook, John. Buccaneers under sail from Virginia, stop at the Cape de Verde 
Islands, Sierra Leone, Pepys' Island, Juan Fernandez, the Galapagos 

Islands, thence to the Coast of New Spain, 1683-84 141 

Davis, Edw. On the Coast of New Spain and Peru and the Galapagos 

Islands, 1684-85 ..._ 150 

Davis, Edw. Third Visit to the Galapogos, saOing Southward discovers an 

Island ; arrives in the West Indies, 1687-88 201 

Swan and Townley's Adventures on the Coast of New Spain, until their 

separation, 1685 213 

Swan, Capt., and J. Reed. The Cygnet and her Crew on the Coast of Nueva 
Galicia, and at the Tres Marias Islands ; Passage across the Pacific 
Ocean, at the Ladrones, Mindanao, Ponghou Isles, Five Islands, Philip- 
pines, Celebes, and Timor, on the Coast of New Holland ; End of the 

Oygnet, 1686-88 227-261 

French Buccaneers under Francois Grognet and Le Picard, to the death ot 

Grognet, 1685-87 ■■• 263 

Retreat of the French Buccaneers across New Spain to the West Indies. 

All the Buccaneers quit the South Sea, 1687-90 286 

Pointis, M. de. Siege and Plunder of the City of Carthagena on the Terra 
Firma, by an armament from France, in conjunction with the Fili- 

bustiers of Saint Domingo, 1686-97 303 

Second Plunder of Carthagena. Peace of Ryswick, 1697. Entire suppression 

of the Buccaneers and Filibustier.s, 1697-1722 316 

Strong, Capt. John. Voyage to the Coast of Chili, 1689-91 330 

Gennes, M. de. Voyage to the Strait of Magalhanes, 1695-97 ... 339 

Careri, Gemelli. Passage from Manilla to New Spain, 1697 343 

Otondo, Don Isidro. Expedition to California, 1683-85 ... ... 345 

Salvatierra goes to California, 1697 ..■ 352 

Kino and Salvatierra. Junction of California with the Continent 
verified ... .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 357 

The Company of Scotland trading to Africa and the Indies. History of the 

Colony formed at Darien, 1695-1706 359 

Beauchesne Gouin, M. Voyage to the South Sea, 1698-1701 875 



BURNEY'S COLLECTION. 85 



[2104] CONTENTS OF VOL. IV. (continucd) — 

Halley, Edmund. Voyage to the SouthAtlantic, 1698-1700 ... pagu Zm 
Dampier, Capt. William. Voyages to New Holland, New Guinea, and the 

South Sea, 1690-1705 389 

Funnell, Voyage from the Coast of New Spain to the East Indies ... 444 
Voyages of the Dutch for the farther Discovery of New Holland and New 

Guinea, 1705-6 450 

Navigations of the French to the South Sea, 1703-8 453 

Uogers, Capt. Woodes. Voyage Round the World, 1708-11 458 

Voyages of the French to the South Sea, 1709-21 487 

Frezier, M. Voyage to the South Sea, 1712-14 490 

Barbinais, L. G. dela. Voyage to the South Sea, 1714-1718 508 

The Asiento Contract. The English South Sea Company, 1711 ... 514 
Welbe, Jc^hn. Plan for Voyage of Discovery to the Terra Australis, 1713 517 
Clipperton and Shelvocke. Voyage to the South Sea, 1718-20 ... 520 
Roggewein, Jacob. Voyage Round the World, 1721-22 558 

[2105] Vol. v.— To 1764 :— 

The Carolinas, or New Philippine Islands page 1 

Clain, P. Paul. Letter from Manila, 1697 5 

Sidoti, J. Baptiste. Mission to Japan, 1709 11 

Somera, Josef. Voyage to the Palaos, or Pelew Islands, 1710 12 

Egui, Bernard de. Islands discovered, 1712 ... ... ... ... 16 

Cantova. Description of the Carolina Islands, 1732 ... ... ... 18 

Bouvet, Lozier. Search for Lands in the Southern Atlantic, 1738-9 ... 30 

Anson, Com ra. George. Voyage Round the World, 1739-43 38 

Cheap, Capt. David. Wreck of the Wager, and subsequent Proceedings and 

Adventures, 1741-42 90 

Spanish Missionary Voyage to Patagonia, 1745-46 ... ... ... 131 

Brignon, Hen. Voyage of the Le Condi to Chili and Peru, 1747 ... 133 
Guyot Ducloz. Voyage of the Spanish Ship Leon to Chili and Peru ; and 

her Return to Europe, 1753-56 136 

Bougainville. Voyage to the Malouines, or Falklands, 1763-66 ... 143 

Of Islands marked in the Charts of the Pacific Ocean, and in the Tables of 

Situations, concerning which no other notices are found 157 

Gualle, F. Mistranslation of his Navigation to New Spain by Lin- 

schoten... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 164 

Maldonado, L. Ferrar. MS. Relation of a Voyage to the Strait of Anian 165 



Navarrete. — Coleccion de los Viages y Descubrimientos, 

[2110] que Hicieron per Mar los Espafioles desde fines del Siglo 

XV., con varies Documentos in^ditos concernientes a la Historia 

de la Marina Castellana y de los Establecimientos Espafioles 

en Indias. Per Don Martin Fernandez de Navarrete. Maps. 

5 Vols. 8vo. Madrid, 1829-59. ' 

Tomo I. — Cristobal Colon. Relaciones, Cartas, y otros documentos, concernientes 
a los Cuatro Viages ; para el descubrimiento de las Indias Occi- 
dentales. Segunda edicion. 1858. 

II.— Documentos de Colon y de las Primeras Poblaciones, afios 1474-1515. 

Segundo edicion. 1859. 

III. — Viagea Menores, 1495-1595. 

Americo Vespucio. Las Cualro Navegacione.<i, Establecimientos de los 
Espafioles en el Darien. Pascual de Andagoya. Relacion, &c. 1829. 
IV.— Expediciones al Maluco. Viage de MagaUanes y de Elcano, aflos 

1518-24. 1837. 

V. -Expediciones al Maluco. Viages de Loaisa, y de Saavedra, afios 
1522-37. 1837. 



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The Hakluyt Society, Works issued by : — 

Uniformly Issued. 8vo. Vols. I. to LXXII. Lond. 1847-86. 

*,* Vols. I. and IT. are replaced by re-issues, viz. : — Vols. LVII. and XLIII. 

Vol. III. 
Discovery of Guiana, 1595, by Sir Walter Kalegh, with a Relation of the Golden 
[2115] City of Manoa (El Dorado). Edited, with Unpublished Documents. By 
Sir Robert H. Sohomburgh, Ph.D. 1848. 

IV. 

Sir Francis Drake ; his Voyage, 1595, and Death. By Thomas Maynarde. With 

[2116] the Spanish Account of Drake's Attack on Puerto Rico. Edited from the 

original manuscripts by W. D. Cooley. 1849. , 

V. 
Rundall, Thomas. Narratives of Voyages towards the North-West, in search of 
[2117] a Passage to Cathay and India, 1496 to 1631. 1849. 

Cabota, Sebastian. Voyage, 1496. 
Frobisher, Sir Martin. Voyages, 1576-1581. 
Davis, John. Voyages, 1585-1587. 
Waymouth, Capt. George. Voyage, 1602. 
Knight, John. Voyage, 1606. 
Hudson, Henry. Voyage, 1610. 
Button, Sir Thomas. Voyage, 1612. 
Hall, James. Voyage, 1612. 
Gibbons, Capt. Voyage, 1614. 
Bylot and Baffin. Voyage, 1615-16. 
Hawkridge, Capt. Voyage, 1619. 
Fox, Capt. Luke. Voyage, 1631. 
James, Capt. Voyage, 1631. 

VI. 

Strachey's (William) Historie of Travaile into Virginia Britannia ; expressing 
[2118] the Cosmogi-aphie and Comodities of the Country, togither with the 
manners and Customes of the people. Edited from the Original MS. by 
E. H. Major. 1849. 

VII. 
Hakluyt, Richard. Divers Voyages touching the Discoverie of America and the 
[2119] Hands adiacent, Lond. 1582 ; edited, with Notes and Introduction, by 
J. Winter Jones. 1850. 

A verie late and great probabilitie of a passage by the N.W. part of 

America in 58 deg. of N. latitude. 
Fabian, R. Note of S. Cabotes Voyage of Discoverie, 1498. 
Thorne, R. Declaration of the Indies and Landes discovered and subdued 
unto the Emperour and King of Portugale. 

Information of the parts of the World discovered by the Emperor 

Charles and the King of Portugale ; and also of the way to the 
Moluccas by the north. 1527. Facsimile Map. 
Verarzanus, John. Relation of the Lande by him discovered. [Nornm- 

bega.] 1524. 
Ribault, Capt. J. True and Last Discoverie of Florida, 1562. 
Notes for the Discoverie of the Northeaste Strayte, &c. 
Appendix : Will of Hakluyt ; Places where Spices grow ; Comodities in 
good request in the East Indies, &c. 

VI n. 

Randall, Thomas. Memorials of the Empire of Japon in the xvi and xvii 
[2120] centuries, with Notes. Map and Facsimiles. 1850. 

Description of the Empire in the xvi century. 
Adams, William. Letters of, 1611-17. 

Notes : on the Discovery, Situation, Popnlation, Trade, Commerce, 
Habits, Customs, &c., of Japan, from Koempfer, Siebold, and later 
writers. 



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Vol. IX. 
Soto, Don Fernando de, Discovery and Conquest of Florida by, written by a 
[2121] Gentleman of Elvas. Hakluyt's translation Reprinted from the edition 
of 1611. Edited, with a Narrative of the Expedition by Luis H. de Biedma, 
by W. B. Rye. Map. 1851. 

X., XI. 

Notes upon Russia ; being a Translation of the Earliest Account of that Country, 

[2122-23] entitled Rerum Moscoviticarum Commentarii, by Baron Sigismund 

von Herberstein. Translated and edited, with Notes and Introduction, by 

R. H. Major. To which is added Richard Eden's North-East Frostie Sea and 

Kingdoms Lying that Way, 1555. 2 vols. 1851-52. 

Xll. 
Coats, Capt. W. Geography of Hudson's Bay ; being his Voyages to that locality 
[2124] between 1727-1751. With extracts from the Log of Capt. Middleton on 
his Voyage for the Discovery of the North-West Passage in 1741-2. Edited 
by John Barrow. 1852. 

XIIL 
Gerrit de Veer. Three Voyages by the North-East undertaken by the Dutch, 
[2125] 1594-96, with their Discovery of Spitzbergen, Residence in Novaya 
Zemlya. Edited by C. T. Beke, Ph.D. 1853. 

Second Edition, see VoL LIV. [2168.] 

XIV., XV. 
Mendoza, Padre Juan Gonzalez de. The Kingdom of China. Reprinted from 
[2126-27] the early translation of R. Parke, 1588. Edited by Sir George 
Staunton. Introduction by R. H. Major. 2 vols. 1853. 

XVI. 
Drake, Sir Francis. The World Encompassed, being his next Voyage to that to 
[2128] Nombre de Dios. With Appendices Illustrative of the same Voyage, 
and Introduction, by W. S. W. Vaux. 1854. 

The Voyage about the World. 
Documents relating to Mr. Doughty. 

Memoranda and Extracts apparently relating to this Voyage. 
Narrative of John Cook — "For Francis Drake." 
Course of Drake to California and Nova Albion. 
Relation of the Portuguese Pilot, Nuno da Silva. 
Voyage of Winter (with Drake as far as Magellan's Strait). 
Extracts from Lopez Vaz on the West Indies and South Sea. 

XVII. 
D'OrUans, Pire Pierre Joseph. History of the two Tartar Conquerors of China, 
[2129] including the two Journeys into Tartary of Father Ferdinand Verbiest, 
in the suite of the Emperor Kang-Hi (1682). To which is added Father 
Pereira's Journey into Tartary in the suite of the same Emperor (1683), from 
the Dutch of N. Witsen. Translated by the Earl of EUesmero ; with Intro- 
duction by R. H. Major. 1854. 

XVIIL 
Collection of Documents on Spitzbergen and Greenland. Edited, with Notes, by 
[2130] Adam White. Maps and Plates. 1855. 

Marten's, F., Voyage into Spitzbergen and Greenland, 1671. 
Peyrere, Isaac de la. Histoire du Greenland, 1663. Translated. 
Pellham, Edward. God's Power and Providence shewed in the Miraculous 
Preservation and Deliverance of eight Englishmen, in Greenland, nine 
moneths and twelve dayes, anno 1630. 
XIX. 
Middleton, Sir Henry. Second Voyage of the E.I. Company to Bantam and the 
[2131] Maluco Islands ; from the edition of 1606 ; annotated and edited by 
Bolton Corney. Maps and Plates. 1855. 

XX. 
Russia at the Close of the Sixteenth Century. Edited by E. A. Bond. 1856. 
[2132] 

Fletcher, Giles. Treatise "Of the Busse Common Wealth." 
Horsey, Sir Jerome. Travels ; now first printed from his own MS. 



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Vol. XXI. 
Bonzoni, Girolamo. History of the New World, showing his Travels in America, 
[2133] from 1541 to 1556 ; with some particulars of the Island of Canary. 
Translated by Kear-Adml. Smyth. 1857. 

XXII. 
India in the Fifteenth Centurj' ; a Collection of Narratives of Voyages to India, 
[2134] in the century preceding the Portuguese Discovery of the Cape of Good 
Hope ; from Latin, Persian, Eussian, and Italian sources. Edited by R. H. 
Major. 1857. 

Abd-er-Razzak. Narrative of my Voyage into Hindoostan, 1442. 
Conti, Nicol6. Travels in the East early in the 15th century, 1419-44. 
Nikitiu, Athanasius. Travels to India, from Russia, 1468-74. 
Stefano, Hierouimo di Santo. Journey from Cairo to India, 1499. 

XXIII. 
Champlain, Samuel. Nairative of a Voyage to the West Indies and Mexico in 
[2135] 1599-1602. Translated by Alice Wilmere. Edited by Norton Shaw. 
Maps and Plates. 1 859. 

XXIV. 
Expeditions into the VaUey of the Amazons, 1539, 1540, 1639. Translated and 
[2136] edited by Clements R. Markham, C.B. Map. 1859. 

Pizarro, Gonzalo. Expedition to the Land of Cinnamon, 1539-42. 
Orellana, Francisco de. Voyage down the Amazons, 1540-41. 
Acufia, Father Cristoval de. Discovery of the Amazons. 1639. 
List of the Principal Tribes of the Valley of the Amazons. 

XXV. 
Early Voyages to Terra Australis, now called Australia : documents and extracts 
[2137] from early MS. Maps, illustrative of the History of Discovery on the 
Coasts of that Island. Edited by R. H. Major. 1859. 

Arias, Juan Luis. Memorial respecting the Exjiloration, colonisation, and 

conversion of the Southern Land ... ... ... ... page 1 

Torres, Luis Vaez de. Relation concerning the discoveries of Quires, as 

his Almirante, 1607 31 

Tasman's Second Voyage. Extract from the Book of Despatches from 

Batavia, 1644. Reprinted from Dalrymple's Collections Concerning 

Papua 43 

Pelsart, Oapt. Francis. Voyage and Shipwreck on the Coast of New 

Holland, and his succeeding Adventures, 1628 59 

Pool, Gerrit Thomasz. Voyage to the South Land, 1629 75 

Account of the Wreck of the Ship Dc Vcrgulde Draeck on the South Land, 

and Expeditions in search of the survivors, 1655-59 77 

Volkersen, Description of the West Coast on the South Land, 1658 ... 89 
Witsens, Burgomaster. Extract translated from " Noord en Dost Tartarye 

[on New Guinea and New Holland] " 91 

Dampier. Observations on the Coast of New Holland in 1687-88 ... 99 
Adventures of Dampier and others who left Capt. Sharpe in the South 

Seas, and travelled back over Darien, 1686-87 108 

Vlamingh, Willem de. Voyage to New Holland, 1696 112 

Extract from the Journal of a Voyage made to the unexplored South Land, 

by order of the Dutch East India Company, 1696-97 120 

Dampier's Observations on the Coast of New Holland, 1699 134 

Voyage of the Fluyt Vosaenbosch, &c., despatched from Batavia to New 

Holland, 1705 165 

The Houtman's Abrolhos in 1727 176 

Supplement, on the Discovery of Australia by the Portuguese in 1601. 

[See also Appendix to the Author's "Prince Henry," 1877.] 

XXVI. 
Clavijo, Ruy Gonzalez de. Narrative of the Embassy of, to the Court of Timour, 
[2138] at Samarcand, 1403-6. With Life of Timour by Clements R. Markham. 
Map. 1859. 



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HAKLUYT society's PUBLICATIONS (continued) — 

Vol. XXVII. 

Henry Hudson the Navigator. The Original Documents in which his Career is 

[2139] recorded. Translated and annotated by G. M. Asher. Maps. 1860. 

Introduction pages i.-ccxviii. 

Four Voyages of Hudson, 1607-10, from Purchas' Pilgrimes ... 1-97 

Larger Discourse of the Fourth Voyage, by Abacuk Pricket, &c. 98-138 
Further Extracts of Hudson's Discoveries and Death from Purchas, 

Meteren, &c 139-180 

Hessel Gerritz's Account of Hudson's Third and Fourth Voyages 181-194 

Verrazzano's Voyage along the Coast of North America, from Carolina to 

Newfoundland (and first Discovery of Hudson's River), 1524 : in the 

Original Italian, with new Translation by J. 6. Cogswell 197-228 

Writings of WilUam Barendts in Hudson's Possession, &c 229 

President Jeannin's Negociations (1609) with Hudson, through Isaac 

Lemaire, for Discovery of the N. W. Passage 244-254 

Bibliographical List, Nomenclature, &c 255-278 

XXVIIL 
Ursua, Pedro de, and Lope de Aguirre. Expedition of, in search of El Dorado and 
[2140] Omagua ; translated by William Bollaert ; with Introduction by C. R. 
Markham. Map. 1861. 

XXIX. 
Guzman, Don Alonzo Enriquez de. Life and Acts of (including his Adventures 
[2141] in Spain, Italy, Sicily, Germany, Flanders, Peru, &c.), 1518 to 1543. 
With Introduction by C. R. Markham. 1862. 

XXX. 
Galvano, Antonio. The Discoveries of the World, from their first Original! unto 
[2142] 1555 ; publi-shed by Hakluyt (1601) ; printed with the Original Portuguese 
Text ; and edited by Admiral Bethune. 1862. 

XXXI. 
Jordanus Friar (circa 1330). Mirabilia Descripta. Wonders of the East. Trans- 
[2143] lated, with Commentary, by Col. Yule. 1863. 

For Additional Notes and Corrections, see VoL XXXVI. Yule's Cathay, 
pp. 193-196 

XXXII. 

Varthema, Ludovico di. Travels in Egypt, Syria, Arabia Deserta and Arabia 

[2144] Felix, in Persia, India [the Eastern Archipelago], and Ethiopia, 1503 to 

1508. Translated by J. Winter Jones, edited by Dr. Badger. 1863. 

XXXIII., LXVIII. 

Cieza de Leon. Travels of, A.D. 1532-50, contained in his Chronicle of Peru. 

[2145] Edited by C. R. Markham. 2 Vols. 1864-83. 

XXXIV. 
Pascual de Andagoya. Narrative of tlxe Proceedings of Pedrarias Davila in 
[2146] Terra Firma or Castilla del Oro, and of the Discovery of the South Sea, 
Coasts of Peru, Nicaragua, &c. Translated, with Notes and Introduction, 
by C. R. Markham. 1865. 

XXXV. 
Duarte Barbosa's Description of the Coasts of East Africa and Malabar [and the 
[2147] Eastern Archipelago] in the beginning of the Sixteenth Century. Trans- 
lated by Lord Stanley of Alderloy. 1865. 
[2148-49] Vols. XXXVI. and XXXVIL— Yule's Cathay ; see next page. 

XXXVIII. 
Frobisher's Three Voyages in Search of a Passage to Cathay and India by the 
[2150] North- West, 1576-78. Reprinted from Hakluyt, kc, and accompanied 
by State Papers. Edited by Admiral Collinson. 1867. 

XXXIX. 

De Morga, Antonio. The Philippine Islands, Moluccas, Siam, Cambodia, 

[2151] japan, and China, at the close of the 16th century. Translated, with 

Notes, Torres' Letter describing his Voyage through the Torres Straits, and 

Appendices relating to subsequent History. By Lord Stanley of Alderley. 

1868. 



90 CATALOGUE. 



HAKLFYT society's pnBLicATiONS {continued) — 

Vols. XXXVI., XXXVII. 
Cathay and the Way Thither. A Collection of all minor notices of China, pre- 
[2148-49] vious to the Sixteenth Century. Translated and edited by Colonel 
H. Yule. With Copious Index. 2 Vols. 1866. 

Preliminary Essay ; Greek and Roman Knowledge of China ; Chinese 
Knowledge of the Roman Empire ; Communication with India ; 
Intercourse with the Arabs ; Armenia, Persia, &c. ; Nestorian Chris- 
tianity in China ; Information regarding China, previous to the Mongol 
Era; China under the Mongols known as " Cathay." pages xxxiii. -ccliii. 
1.— Friar Odoric and his Travels to the Eastern Parts of the World 

.(1316-30) 1-162 

Latin and Italian Texts of Odoric Appendix i.-lxiii 

2. — Letters and Reports of Missionary Friars from Cathay and India 

(1292-1338) 163-250 

3. — Cathay under the Mongols. From Rashiduddin 253-275 

4. — Pegolotti (Francis Balducci). Notices of the Land Route to Cathay, 

14th Century 277-308 

5.— John de' Marignolli and his Recollections of Eastern Travel, 1355. 309-394 
6. — Ibn Batuta and his Travels in Bengal, China, and the Indian Archipelago 

(1325-55) 395-526 

7. — Journey of Benedict Goes from Agra tq Cathay (1594-1607) ... 629-596 

[2150-51] Vols. XXXVIII. and XXXIX.— see preceding page. 

XL. 

The Fifth Letter of Hernan Cortes to the Emperor Charles V., containing an 
[2152] Account of his Expedition to Honduras, 1524-25. Translated by Don 
Pascual de Gayangos. 1868. 

XLL, XLV. 
Garcilasso de la Vega. The First Book of the Royal Commentaries of the Incas ; 
[2153-54] being a History of the Origin of Ynca Civilization, Conquests, Religion, 
Institutions, Customs, &c. Translated and Edited, with Notes, by Clements 
R. Markham. 2 vols. 1869-71. 

XLII. 

Vasco da Gama. The Three Voyages of, and his Viceroyalty. From the Lendas 
[2155] da India of Caspar Correa. Translated and Edited by Lord Stanley of 
Alderley. 1869. 

XLIII. ■ 

Christopher Columbus. Select Letters of, with other Original Documents, re- 
[2156] lating to his Four Voyages to the New World. Translated and Edited 
by R. H. Major. 2nd Edition. 1870. 

XLIV. 
Salil-Ibn-Razik. History of the Imams and Seyyids of 'Om&n, A.D. 661-1856. 
[2157] Translated and Edited, with Continuation of the History down to 1870, 
by Dr. G. P. Badger. 1871. 

XLVI. 
Jean de Bethencourt. The Canarian, or Book of the Conquest and Conversion 
[2158] of the Canarians in the year 1402. Composed by Pierre Bontier and 
Jean le Verrier. Translated by R. H. Major. 1872. 

XLVII. 
Reports on the Discovery of Pern. Translated and Edited by Clements R. 
[2159] Markham. 1872. 

1. — True Account of the Province of Cuzco ; being the Report of Francisco 

de Xeres, Secretary to Francisco Pizarro. 
2. — Report of Miguel de Astete on the Expedition to Pachacamac. 
3. — Letter of Hernando Pizarro to the Royal Audience of Santo Domingo, 

1533. 
4. — Report of Pedro Sancho on the Partition of the Ransom of Atahuallpa. 



COLLECTIONS. »1 



HAKLUTT society's PUBLICATIONS (continued) — ' 

Vol. XLVIII. 
Narratives of the Rites and Laws of the Yncas. Translated from the Spanish 
[2160] and Edited by Clements R. Markham. 1873. 

1. — Account of the Fables and Rites of the Yncas, by ChristoTal de Molina. 
2. — Account of the Antiquities of Peru, by Juan de Santa Cruz Pachacuti- 

yamqui Salcamayhua, an Indian. 
3. — Errors, False Gods, Superstitions and Rites of the Indians of Huarochiri, 

by Dr. Francisco de Avila. 
4. — Report on the Lineage and Conquests of the Yncas, by Polo de Ondegardo. 

XLIX. 
Josafat Barbaro and Ambrogio Contarini. Travels to Tana and Persia. Edited by 
[2161] Lord Stanley of Alderley. 1873. 

Narrative of Italian Travels in Persia in the 15th and 16th Centuries. 

Translated and Edited by Charles Grey. 1873. 

1. — Travels in Persia of Caterino Zeno. 
2. — Ramusio's Discourse on the Writings of Gio. Maria Angiolello, &c., in 

which are narrated the deeds of King Ussun Cassano. 
3. — Travels of a Merchant in Persia. 

4. — Narrative of the Most Noble Vicentio d'Alessandri, Venetian Ambassador 
to the King of Persia. 

L. 

Voyages of the Venetian Brothers Nicol6 & Antonio Zeno to the Northern Seas 

[2162] in the 14th Century. With Translation and Introduction by R. H. Major, 

on the Authenticity of these Voyages, the Lost Colony of Greenland, the 

Northmen in America, &c. Also an Appendix : Description of Greenland 

in the Fourteenth Century, by Ivar Bardseu. 1873. 

LI. 

The Captivity of Hans Stade of Hesse in 1547-55 among the AVild Tribes of 

[2163] Eastern Brazil ; translated by Albert Tootal, Esq., and annotated by 

Capt. Sir Richard F. Burton. 1874. 

LII. 
Magellan. The First Voyage Round the World. Translated from the Accounts 
[2164] of Pigafetta and other contemporary writers. With Introduction by 
Lord Stanley of Alderley. 1874. 

LIIL, LV., LXIL, and LXIX. 

Commentaries of the Great Afonso Dalboquerque, from the Portuguese ; with 

[2165] Notes and Introduction by Walter de Gray Birch. 4 Vols. 1875-84. 

LIV. 
Barents' Three Voyages to the Arctic Regions. 1594-96. By Gerrit de Veer. 
[2168] Second Edition, with Introduction by Lieut. Koolemans Beynen, also 
Dr. Beke's Introduction to the Edition of 1853. Plates and Maps. 1876. 

LVI. 

Sir James Lancaster's Voyages to the East Indies, with Abstracts of Journals of 
[2169] other Voyages to the East Indies during the 17th Century. 1877. 

LVII. 
The Hawkins' Voyages during the Reigns of Henry VIII., Queen Elizabeth and 
[2170] James I. Edited, with Introduction, by C. R. Markham. 1878. 

1. — Voyage of William Hawkins in 1530 to Brazil. 
2. — First Voyage of Sir John Hawkins to the West Indies, 1562 
3. — Second Voyage of Sir John Hawkins to the West Indies, 1564. 
4. — Laudonnier's Account of Sir John Hawkins' Assistance to the Distressed 

French in Florida, 1564. 
5.— Sir John Hawkins' Third Voyage with Drake to West Indies, 1567-68. 
6. — Observations of Sir Richard Hawkins in the South Sea, 1593. 
7. — Spanish Account of Sir R. Hawkins' Naval Action in the South Sea, 1594. 
8.— Journal of Capt. Fenton's Voyage (1582), by William Hawkins. 
9. — Journal of the Voyage of the Hector (1607), by William Hawkins. 
10. — William Hawkins' Relation of his Residence in India and at the Court of 
the Great Mogul, 1608-11. 



HAKLtTTT SOCIETY'S PtTBLICATIONS {continued) — 

Vol. LVIII. 

Johann Schiltberger. The Bondage and Travels of, in Europe, Asia, and Africa. 

[2171] From his capture at the battle of Nicopolis in 1396 to his escape and 

return to Europe in 1427 ; translated, by Commander J. Buchan Telfer, 

from the Heidelberg MS. ; edited in 1859 by Prof. Neumann, with Notes by 

Prof. Bruun. 1879. 

LIX. 
Voyages and Works of John Davis, the Navigator. Edited, with Introduction 
[2172] and Notes, by Capt. Albert Hastings Markham, R.N. 1880. 

1, 2, 3. — Three Voyages of Davis for the Discovery of the North-West Passage, 
1585-87. 
4, 5. — Voyages with the Earl of Cumberland to the Azores (1589). 
6. — Voyage with Candish to the South Sea (1591). 
7.— Voyage to the East Indies, with the Dutch Fleet, 1598-1600. 
8. — Last Voyage with Sir Edward Mitchelborne, 1604-6, with Sailing 

Directions. 
9. — The World's Hydrographical Description, 1595. 
10.— The Seaman's Secrets, 1607. 

11. — Appendix : Bibliography of Works on Navigation, issued previous to 
and during the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. 
[2173] Map of the World, about 1600 (in separate cover). 

LX., LXI. 

Acosta. The Natural and Moral History of the Indies, by Father Joseph 

[2174-75] De Acosta ; Grimston's Translation (1604). Edited by Clements R. 

Markham. 2 Vols. 1880. 

Map of Pertt. To Illustrate the Travels of Cieza de Leon (1532-50), the [2176] 
Royal Commentaries of Garcilasso de la Vega (1609;, and Acosta's History 
of the Indies (vols xxxiii., xli., xlv. , Ix., and Ixi.). 1880, 

LXIII. 

Baffin. The Voyages of William Baffin, 1612-22. Edited with Notes, &c., by 

[2177] Clements R. Markham. 1881. 

LXIV. 

Alvarez. Narrative of the Portuguese Embassy to Abyssinia, 1520-27. By Father 

[2178] Francisco Alvarez. Translated and Edited by Lord Stanley of Alderley. 

1881. 
LXV. 
Smith, Capt. John. The Historye of the Bermudaes or Summer Islands. 
[2179] Edited from a MS. in the Sloane Collection, British Museum, by 
Gen. Sir J. Henry Lefroy. 1882. 

LXVL, LXVII. 
Diary of Richard Cooks, English Factor in Japan, 1615-22. Edited by E. Maunde 
[2180-81] Thompson. 2 Vols. 1883. 

LXX., LXXL 

John Huyghen van Linschoten's Voyage and Description of the East Indies. Vol. I. 

[2182-83] Edited by A. C. Burnell ; Vol. II. by P. A. Tiele. 2 Vols. 1884-85. 

Cassell's Illustrated Travels : a Record of Discovery, Geogra- 
[2251-56] phy, and Adventure. Edited by Henry Walter Bates. 

6 Vols, in 3. 4to. Lond. 1869-74. 

*«• The titles of the Papers are noted in this Catalogue under the countries 
or subjects to which they refer. 

The Encyclopaedia Britannica : a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, 
[2261-80] and General Literature. Ninth Edition. {In progress.) 
Vols. I. to XX. 4to. Edinburgh, 1875-86. 

*,* The principal geographical subjects are included in the present Catalogue. 
Thousands of minor articles — counties, cities, towns, rivers, mountains, biogra- 
phies of travellers and geographers, &c., appear In the Ency. Brit, in alphabetical 
order, accompanied by maps and plans. 



CATALOGUE. 



PART III. 

VOYAGES AND TRAVELS IN DIFFERENT 
PARTS OF THE WORLD. 



§11.-V0YAGES AND CIRCUMNAVIGATIONS. 

*,* For Akctic and Antaectio Voyages, see § 12 and § 13, pp. 106 to 114. 

Voyages of Nearchtjs, Hanno, &c., and Maritime Discoveries of the Ancients. — 
PuncHAs, I. [2071] ; Vincent [1103-9] ; Eennell [1110] ; Stanier Clarke 
[1340] ; CooLEY [1346] ; Lindsay [1370]. 

Yule (Col.) Notes on the Oldest Sea Routes to China from Western Asia — 
P.E.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 649-670 [1963]. 

Voyages to the Mediterranean, the Levant, Palestine, &c., from the 4th to the 
14th Century.— Hakluyt, II. [2062] ; PuKCHAS, II. [2073] ; Murray's 
Asia, Vol. III., pp. 105-133 [1344]. 

Voyages of the English, &c., to the North Parts of Europe, from the 6th to the 
14th Century.— Hakluyt, I. [2061] ; Purohas, III. [2074]. 

Ohthere and Wulfstan's Voyages to the Baltic and North of Europe, 9th 
Century.— [1167] ; Hakluyt, I. 4 [2061]. 

Voyages of the Northmen to America, 10th Cent. — Smith [1351]. 

Voyages of Nicolo and Antonio Zeno to the Northern Seas in the 14th Century. — 
Hakluyt Soo. (edited by Major), Vol. L. [2162] ; Ramusio, II. 222 [2028] ; 
Hakluyt, III. 121 [2064] ; Murray's Atnerica, I. [1344] ; Lelewel, Oiog. 
MoyenAge, IV. [1172]. 

Zahrtmann (Capt.) Voyages of the Zeni— J.R.G.S. v. 102. 1835. 

Irminger (Adm.) "Frislanda" of the Zeni is Iceland— J.R.G.S. xlix. 398. 1879. 

Major (R. H.) "Frislanda" not Iceland, but the Faroes — ibid. 412. 1879. 

Nordenskibld, Discov. of Ancient Map in Iceland— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 473 1883. 

Cadamosto, S intra, Diaz', and other Atlantic Voyages of the Portuguese, 
Venetians, Normans, &c., in the Fifteenth Century. See [2099] ; Clarke 
[1340] ; Murray [1344] ; Cooley [1346] ; Humboldt [1350] ; Vitet [1353] ; 
Marory [1360]; Major [1362]; Bettencourt [1379] ; also the Collections 
of Ramusio, Purchas, and Harris. 

Cortereales (Les) et leurs Voyages au Nouveau-Monde 

[2301] (1463-1502) ; par H. Harrisse ; avec Post-Seriptum [et fac- 
simile Fragment du Planisphere, Lisbon, 1502]. 

Royal 8vo. Paris, 1883. 



94 CATALOGUE. 



Columbus's Conjectures of a New World — Pprchas, Vol. I. pt. ii. 8 [2072]. 
CoLtTMBUS (Bartholomew), Offer of the Discovery of the West Indies to Henry 
VII.— Hakluyt, III. 2 [2064]. 

Columbus (Christopher), Select Letters of, with other 
[2302] Documents relating to his Four Voyages ; Translated and 
Edited by R. H. Major for the Hakluyt Society. 

Large Paper. Royal 8vo. Lend. 1870. 

Columbus and his Companions, Voyages of. By Washington 
[2303] Irving. 4 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1828. 

Columbus's Life and Discoveries, by his Son — Churchill, II. 501 [2082]. 

Bkcher (Capt.) On the Landfall of Columbus— J.R.G.S. xxvi. 189. 1856. 

Major (R. H.) On the Landfall of Columbus— J.R.G.S. xli. 193. 1871. 

See also Herrera [1326]; De But [2033] ; Harris [2094] ; Navarrete 
[2110] ; Ency. Brit. V. [2065]. 

Discoveries of the Spaniards in the West Indies after death of Columbus. — See 
Herrera [1326] ; Mendoza [1358] ; Cartas de Indias [1373] ; Harris, 
II. [2095] ; N avarkete [2110] ; and Irving's Companions of Columbus [2303]. 

Amerigo Vespucci ; son Caract^^re, ses Ecrits, sa Vie et ses 
[2305] Navigations. Par F. A. Varnhagen. Folio. Lima, 1865. 
See also P.R.G.S. iii. 389 [1940] ; Ramusio, I. 128 [2027] ; De Bry [2039] 
and [2053] ; Navarrete, III. [2110] ; Major, Prince Henry [1362] and 
Cartas de Indias [1373]. 

Cabot. — (Jean et Sebastien) ; leur Origine et leurs Voyages, 

[2306] Etude d'Histoire Critique suivie d'une Cartographie, d'une 

Bibliographie, et d'une Chronologie des Voyages au Nord-Ouest, 

1497-1550. Par H. Harrisse. Royal Svo. Paris, 1882. 

See also Ramusio, II. [2028] ; Hakluyt, III. [2064] ; Purchas, III. 

[2074] ; Hakluyt See. [2117] and [2119]. 

Major. — True Date of the English Discovery of America 

[2307] under John and Seb. Cabot. 4to. Lond. 1870. 

Gama's (Vasco da) Voyages (1498-1515). Translated from Correa.— Hakluyt 

Soc. XLIl. [2151]. 
Calcoen : A Dutch Narrative of Vasco da Gama's Second Voyage to Calicut. 
[2308] Introduction and Translation by J. Ph. Berjeau. Sm. 4to. Lond. 1874. 
See also Purchas, I. ji. [2072]; Harris, I. 662 [2094] ; and Burton's 
Camoens [1378] ; Ency. Brit. X. 57 [2270]. 

Gonneville.^ — Voyage du Paulmier de Gonneville (1503-5), 
[2309] aveclntroduction par M. D'Avezac. 8vo. Paris, 1869. 
See also De Brosses [2089] ; Callander [2091] ; Major [2137] ; Makgry 
[1360] and Flinders [2425]. 
D'Albuquerque's Voyages and Conquests in the East Indies. See Purchas, 

Vol. I. pt. i. [2072] ; Harris, I. [2094] ; Hakluyt Society [2165]. 
Varthema's Voyage to East Indies, 1503-8— Ramusio, \. 147 [2027] ; Purchas, 
Vol. II. pt. 'ii. [2073] ; Hakluyt Soc. Vol. XXXII. [2144]. 

Magellan. — Premier Voyage autour du Monde, par le 

[2311] Chev"-. Pigafetta, sur I'escadre Magellan 1519-22 ; Extrait 
du Traits de Navigation du meme auteur ; et d'une Notice sur 
Martin Behaim, avec la description de son Globe Terrestre. 

8vo. Paris, 1801. 

Magellan's Voyage Round the World, from Pigafetta and other writers, with 
Introduction by Lord Stanley of Alderley— Hakluyt Soc. LII. [2164]. 
See also Ramusio [2027]; Purchas [2072]; Dalrymplk [2096]; Harris [2094]; 
Burney [2101] ; Navarrete [2110] ; Dcmont-d'Uuville [2450]. 



VOYAGES AND CIRCUMNAVIGATIONS. 95 



Vebrazzano's Voyage to North America, 1524 — Ramusio, III. 360 [2029] ; 

Hakluyt, III. 290 [2064] ; with Translation by Cogswell —Hudson's 

Voyages (Haklutt Soc. XXVII.) [2139] ; Parkman'b Pioneers [1376]. 
Loaysa's Expedition to the Philippine Islands, 1525— See Db Brosses [2089] ; 

Callander [2091] ; Burney [2101] ; Navarhete [2110]. 
English Expedition to West Indies, 1527— See Hakluyt, III. 129, 498 [2064] ; 

Pubchas, Vol. III. [2074] ; Arber [1320]. 

Parmentier (Jean et Raoul) de Dieppe. — Voyage a Sumatra 
[2313] en 1529. Description de I'lsle de Sainct Domingo. Public 
par Ch. Schefer. Royal 8vo. Paris, 1883. 

See also Ramusio, III. 352 [2029] ; Vitet [1353] ; Margry [1360]. 
Hawkins (Wm.) Voyage to Brasil, 1530— Hakluyt Sod. [2170]. 
Cartier (Jacques) Voyages to Canada, &c., 1534-40— Ramusio, III. 369 [2029] ; 

Hakluyt, III. 201 [2064] ; Pabkman, Pioneers [\?,16]. 
De Soto's Voyage to Florida, 1539-43— Purchas, IV. 1532 [2075] ; Hakluyt 

Soc. IX. [2121] ; Parkman's Pioneers [1376]. 
ViLLALOBOs's Voyage, Mexico to the Philippines, 1542— Ramusio, I. 375 [2027] ; 

Burney, I. 228 [2101] ; De Morga's Philippines [2151]. 
Villeoagnon's Vo}'age to South America (1550-58) — Parkman's Pioneers [1376]; 

De Bry [2032]; De Brosses [2089] ; Callander [2091] ; Burney [2101] ; 

Thevet, France Antarctique [1325]. 
Laudonnier, Ribault, and De Gourgues's Voyages to Florida, 1562-74 — De 

Bry [2031] ; Purchas, IV. [2075] ; Harris, II. [2095] ; Murray's North 

America, I. [1344] ; and Parkman's Pioneers [1376]. 

Mendafta and Quiros. — Historia del Descubrimento de 

[2314] las Regiones Austriales, 1567-1606. Hecho por 

General Pedro Fernandez de Qniros. Publicador por Don 

Justo Zaragoza. With Maps. 3 Vols. 8vo. Madrid, 1876-82. 

First Collected Edition of Documents describing the Voyages undertaken by 

Mendana and Fernandez de Quiros for the Discovery of the Southern Lands, with 

Memorials presented to the King of Spain by de Quiros for their Colonisation and 

Christianisation. 

See also Collections of Puechas, De Brosses, Dalrymple, and Burney. 

Payne. — Voyages of Elizabethan Seamen to America : 

[2315] Hawkins, Frobisher, Drake, Gilbert, Amadas, Cavendish, 
Raleigh, &c. From Hakluyt. 12mo. Lond. 1880. 

English Voyages to Discover N.E. and N.W. Passages — §12. Arctic Voyages. 
Hawkins, Drake, Grenville, Raleigh's, and other English Voyages and 
Cruises against the Spaniards in the Atlantic, West Indies, &c. — Hakluyt, 
II. ii. [2063] ; De Bry [2030 and 2037] ; Purchas, IV. [2075] ; and 
Monson's Naval Tracts in Churchill, III. [2083]. 

Drake's Life, Voyages and Exploits. By John Barrow. 
'23161 8vo. Lond. 1843. 

2317] Second Edition, Revised. 12mo. Lond. 1861. 

Sue also Purchas, IV. pp. 1179, 1186, &c. [2075] ; Ency. Brit. VII. 389. 
Drake's Voyage Round the World, 1577-80— Hakluyt, III. [2064] ; Purchas, 
I. ii. [2072] ; Haeley [2088] ; Harris [2094] ; Burney, I. [2101] ; Hakluyt 
Soc. XVI. [2128]. 
Drake's Last Voyage and Death, 1595— Hakluyt Soc. IV. [2116]. 
Savile. — Libel of Spanish Lies respecting the Fight in the 
[2318] West Indies and Death of Drake. With Answer by Capt. 
Henry Savile. 1596. 12mo. Reprint. [18 ]. 

GuALLE (Francis) Voyage from Acapulco to Manilla and Macao, and back again 
to Acapulco (1582-84)— Hakluyt, III. 442 [2064] ; Burney, II. 58 [2102] ; 
V. 164 [2105]. 



96 CATALOGUE. 



Candish's Voyages into the South Sea and Round the World (1586-93) — 
Hakluyt, 111. 803, 842 [2064] ; Pukchas, I. pt. ii. 70 [2072] ; IV. 1192 
[2075] ; BURNEY, II. 64, 99 [2102]. 

Vanquishing of the Spanish Armada, 1588— Hakitjtt, I. 691 [2061] ; PuHCHAS, 
IV. 1871 [2075]. 

Cumberland (Earl of) Voyages to West Indies, &c., 1586-1600 — Purchas, 
IV. [2075]. 

Grenville (Sir R.) Fight in the "Revenge," 1591— Hakluyt, II. ii. 169 [2063]. 

Hawkins (Sir R.) Voyage to South Sea, 1593— Purchas, IV. 1367 [2075] ; 
BuRNEY, II. [2102] ; Hakluyt Soo. LVII. [2170]. 

Linsohoten's Voyage to the East -Indies (1483-91)— De Bry Petits Voyages, 
pts. ii. iii. and iv. [2044-46] ; PuRCUAS, II. 1750 [2073] ; Hakluyt Soc. 
Vols. LXX. and LXXI. [2182-83]. 

First English Voyages to the East Indies (1579, &o.) — Hakluyt, II. pt. ii. 
[2063] ; Purchas, I. pt. ii. [2072] ; Harris, I. 873 [2094] ; Macpherson's 
European Commerce with Iiidia [1338] ; Hakluyt Soc. LVI. [2169]. 

First Dutch Voyages to the East Indies— De Bry [2038, 2047, 2049, 2051] ; 
Purchas, I. pt. ii. [2072] ; Valentyn [2079] ; Harley, II. 393 [2088] ; 
Harris, 1. 924 [2094] ; Macpheeson [1338] ; De Jonge [1357] ; Supple- 
ment to Hakluyt [2070]. 

NooRT (Oliver van) First Dutch Voyage Round the World (1598-1601)— 
Purchas, I. pt. ii. 71 [2072] ; Burney, II. 206 [2102]. 

Champlain's Voyages to North America — Parkman's Pioneers [1376] ; Purchas, 
IV. [2075] ; Harris, II. [2095] ; Hakluyt Sog. XXIII. [2135]. 

Pyrard de Laval's Voyage to the East Indies, 1601-11 — Purchas, II. p. 1646 
[2073] Harris, I. 701 [2094]. 

Voyage of the "Duyphen" Yacht 1606— Flinders [2425] ; Major [2137]. 

Quiros' Voyage and Discovery of the " Tierra Austral del Espirito Santo" [New- 
Hebrides], 1606— see above [2314] also Dalrymple [2093] ; Burney [2103]. 

Torres' Voyage and Passage of the "Straits," 1606 — Burney [2103] ; Major 
[2137] ; Appendix to Stanley's De Moroa [2151]. 

Lb Maiee and Schouten, Voyage to the South Sea, New Guinea, Java, &o. 
(1616-19)— Dalrymple [2096] ; Burney [2103]. 

Pelsaert.— Ongeluckige Voyagie van't Schip " Batavia," 

[2321] Frangois Pelsaert, Gebleven op de Abrolhos van Frederick 
Houtman, 1628-29. Small 4to. Amsterdam, 1648. 

See also De Brosses [2090] ; Callander [2092] ; Harris, I. [2094] ; 
and Major's Early Voyages to Australia, Hakluyt Soc. [2137]. 
NlEUHOFF (John) Voyages and Travels into Brasil and the East Indies ; Persia, 
Malabar, Ceylon, Malacca, Sumatra, Java, China, Madagascar, &c. (1640-71). 
Illustrated— Churchill, II. 1 [2082]. 

Tasman. — ^Journal van de Reis naar het Onbekende de Zuitland 
[2322] in den Jare, 1642. Chart. 8vo. Amst. 1860. 

Tasman's Journal of the Discovery of Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania), New 
Zealand, Fiji, Friendly Islands, &c., with Copies of his Instructions. 

See also Valentyn [2079] ;De Brosses [2090] ; Callander [2092] ; Harris 
[2094] ; Dalrymple [2096] ; Burney [2103] ; Major [2137]; Naeboeough, 
&c. [2323] ; Dumont d'Urville [2450]. 

Account of Several late Voyages and Discoveries. 

[2323] 8vo. Lond. 1711. 

1. Sir John Narborough's Voyage to the Straits of Magellan, and South 

Sea, for Settling a Commerce in those Parts. 

2. Brief Relation of Tasman's Discoveries on the Coast of the South Terrs 

Incognita. From Dr. Hook's Collections. 

3. Capt. Wood's Attempt to Discover a North-East Passage to China. 

4. Marten's Observations made in Greenland and other Northern Countries. 
Supplement, containing abstracts of other Voyages unto those Northern Parts. 




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97 



III. 



IV. 



Oareri (.T. F. Oemelli) Voyage Round the World, containing the most remarkable 
things in Turkey, Persia, India, China, the Philippine Islands, and New 
Spain, 1693-99— Churchill, IV. [2084]. 

Buccaneering Voyages of Morgan, Mansvelt, Van Horn, &o. — See Harris, I. 
[2094] ; BuRNEY, IV. [2104] ; and the Voyages of Uampier [2326]. 

Gennes' Voyage to Straits of Magellan, Brazil, Cayenne, 

[2324] &c. 1695-97. By the Sieur Froger. 12nio. Lond. 1698. 
■Wafer. — Voyage and Description of the Isthmus of America. 

[2325] By Lionel Wafer. 8vo. Lond. 1699. 

Dampier, Cowley, Sharp, &c. — A Collection of Voyages, 
[2326] (1669-1706). Maps,&c. 4 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1729. 
Vol. I. Dampier's Voyage Round the World, 1679-91. 

II. Supplement to Dampier's Voyage Round the World, describing 
Tonquin, Achin, Malacca, &c ; his Two Voyages to Campeachy, 
Jucatan, New Spain, &o. ; Discourse on the Trade Winds, &c. 
Dampier's Voyage to New Holland, Timor, New Guinea, &c., 1699. 
Wafer's Voyages, and Description of the Isthmus of America. 
Davis's Expedition to the Gold Mines, 1702. 

Fdnnell's Account of Dampier's Voyage Round the World, 1703-6. 
Cowley's Voyage Round the World, 1 683-86. 
Sharp's Expedition over Darien into the South Sea, 1680-81. 
Wood's Voyage through the Straits of Magellan, 1669-70. 
Roberts's Adventures among the Corsairs of the Levant, 1692-96. 
Dampier's Observations on the Coast of New Holland, 1687-88 and 1699 — See 

Major's Early Voyages to Australia (Hakluyt Soo. Vol. XXV.) [2137]. 
Vlaming's Voyage to New Holland, &c., 1696-97— iftirf. 
Perier. — A General History of Voyages [Chiefly to the West 

[2327] Indies]. By M. Du Perier. 12mo. Lond. 1708 

Rogers.— Cruising Voyage Round the World, 1708-11. 

[2328] By Captain Woodes Rogers. 8vo. Lond. 1712. 

Cooke. — Voyage to the South Sea, and Round the World, 

[2329] 1708-11. By Edward Cooke. 12mo. Lond. 1712. 

Frezier. — Voyage to the South Sea, Chili, Peru, <fec. By 
[2330] M. Frezier. 4to. Lond. 1717. 

Relation dtj Voyage de La Mer du Snd aux Cotes du Chili, Peru, et Brazil, 

1712-14. 12mo. Amsterdam, 1717. 1 

Shelvocke. — Voyage Round the W^orld by the South Sea, 

[2331] 1719-22. By Capt. George Shelvocke. 8vo. Lond. 1726. 
Betagh. — Voyage Round the World [with Shelvocke]. By 

[2332] William Betagh. 8vo. Lond. 1728. 

Roggewein. — Histoire de I'Expedition aux Terres Australes, 

[2334] 1721. Par M. de B [ehrends]. 12mo. Hague, 1739. 
Dagverhaal der Ontdekkings-Reis, &c. Voyage to the South Seas, Easter Island 

[2335] and Eastern Archipelago, 1721-22 (in Dutch). 8vo. Middleburgh, 1838. 

See also Harris, I. 256 [2094] ; Dalrymple [2096] ; Burnev, IV. 558 [2104]. 

Anson. — Voyage Round the W^orld, in the " Centurion," 
[2339] 1740-44. By Richard Walter, Chaplain. 8vo. Lond. 1748. 
[2340] Another Edition, with 42 plates. 4to. Lond. 1749. 

[2341] Plates (another set). 4to. Lond. 1748. 

Journal or a Voyage to the South Seas and Round the Globe, in the "Cen- 
[2342] turion." By Pascoe Thomas. 8vo. Lond. 1745. 

[2344] Life op Lord Anson. By John Barrow. 8vo. Lond. 1839. 

See also Burney, V. [2105]. 



98 



CATALOGUE. 



Byron's Narrative of a Voyage to the South Seas and of the 
[2346] Sufferings of himself and Companions on the Coast of 
Patagonia, 1740-46, and Loss of the " Wager." Lond. 1768. 
BuLKBLEY and CuMMiNs's Narrative of the Loss of the " Wager." 
[2347] 8vo. Lond. 1783. 

See also Borney's Collection, Vol. V. [2105]. 

Byron.— Voyage to the Straits of Magellan, 1764-65, with 
[2348] Account of the gigantic people called Patagonians. By a 
Midshipman of the "Dolphin." 12mo. Lond. [1784.] 

See also Hawkeswoeth's Collection, "Vol. 1. [2355]. 

Marion, &c. — Nouveau Voyage a la Mer du Sud 

[2350] M. Marion du Fresne et M. Duclesmeur, par M. Crozet ; 
Extrait du Voyage de M. de Surville. 12mo. Paris, 1783. 
Bougainville's Voyage Round the World (1766-69). Trans- 
[2351] lated by J. R. Forster. 4to. Lond. 1772. 

Fleurieu. — French Discoveries in the South Seas prior 
[2352] to Cook, by de Bougainville and de Surville, 1768-69. [By 
C. P. Claret Fleurieu.] Maps. 4to. Lond. 1791. 



COOK'S VOYAGES. 

Hawkesworth. — Account of Voyages by Commodore Byron, 
[2355] Captains Wallis, Carteret, and Cook. Drawn up from 
•their Journals and from the Papers of Joseph Banks, Esq., by 
John Hawkesworth, D.D. 3 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1773. 

Byron's Voyage to Patagonia, Streight of Magellan, &c. 1764-66. 

'Wallis's Voyage to Patagonia, Otaheite, Tinian, Batavia, Cape 
of Good Hope, &c., 1766-68. Carteret's Voyage to Streight 
of Magellan, Queen Charlotte's Islands, Egmont Island, Nova 
Britannia, Mindanao, Celebes, Batavia, &c., 1766-69. Vol. I. 

Cook's First Voyage Round the World in the " Endeavour," 
including his Discovery of New Zealand, New South Wales/ 
&c., 1768-71. Vols. IL and IIL 

Cook's Second Voyage toward the South Pole and Round 
[2356] the World, performed in the "Resolution" and "Adven- 
ture," 1772-75; with Capt. Furneaux's Proceedings in the 
" Adventure " during the separation of the ships. Portraits, 
maps, and plates. 2 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1777. 

Cook's Third Voyage to the Pacific Ocean to determine the 
[2357] Position and Extent of the West Side of North America, 
and the Practicability of a Northern Passage to Europe, in the 
" Resolution " and " Discovery," Capts. Cook, Gierke, and Gore, 
1776-80. Maps and plates. 3 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1784. 
[2358] Atlas of Plates, including Bartolozzi's " Death of Cook." 

Folio. Lond. 1784. 
Life of Captain Cook. By Andrew Kippis, D.D. 
[2359] 4to. Lond. 1788. 

*,* The foregoing formed the Beokfoed set of Cook's Voyages. 



VOYAGES AND CIRCUMNAVIGATIONS. 



99 



cook's voyages {eontimted) — 
Journal of a Voyage Round the World, in H.M.S. 

[2360] "Endeavour," 1768-71. 4to. Becket, Lond. 1771. 

Journal of the "Resolution's" Voyage, (1772-75) ; also of 

[2361] the "Adventure's" Voyage (1772-74). 8vo. Lond. 1775. 
Journal of the " Endeavour's " Voyage (1768-71), &c. . . . 
[2362] From the Papers of Sydney Parkinson, with Appendix 
containing Account of the Voyages of Byron, Wallis, Carteret, 
Bougainville, Cook, and Clerke. Plates. 4to. Lond. 1784. 
Dalrymple (Alex.). A Letter to Dr. Hawkesworth. 
[2363] 4to. Lond. 1773. 

Forster. — Voyage Round the World in the " Resolution," 

[2365] 1772-75. By George Forster. 2 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1777. 
Forster. — Observations on Physical Geography, Natural His- 
[2366] tory, and Ethic Philosophy. By John Reinold Forster. 

4to. Lond. 1778. 
Forster's Characteres G€nerum Plantamm. See § 8 [1721]. 
Forster (George). — A Letter to the Earl of Sandwich. 
[2367] 4to. Lond. 1778. 

Travels of Hildebrand Bowman, Esq., into Carnovirria, 
[2369] Taupiniera, Olfactaria, and Auditante, in New Zealand in 
the Island of Bonhommica, &c. Dedicated to Messrs. Banks 
and Solander. 8vo. Lond. 1778. 

Journal of Captain Cook's Last Voyage (1776-79). With 

[2370] Chart and plates. 8vo. Lond. 1781. 

Ellis. — Authentic Narrative of Voyage in H.M.S. "Resolu- 
[2371] tion" and "Discovery," 1776-80. By W. Ellis. 

2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1782. 
Ledyard's Account of Cook's Last Expedition — [2831]. 
Catalogue of 39 Different Specimens of Cloth Collected in 
[2373] the Three Voyages of Capt. Cook, with Account of the 
Manner of Manufacturing the Same. 4to. Lond. 1787. 

Webber.— Views in the South Seas by James Webber, 

[2375] 1776-80. With Descriptions. Folio. Lond. 1808. 

Cook's Voyages, Library Edition, revised. 
[2378] 7 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1821. 



Kerguelen. — Voyages dans le Mers Australes et des 
[2383] Indies, 1771-74. Par M. le Comte de Kerguelen- 
Tremarec. 12mo. Paris, 1782. 

Sonnerat. — Voyage a la Nouvelle Guinfee. Par M. Sonnerat. 
[2384] 4to. Paris, 1776. 

Sonnerat's Voyage to the Spice Islands and New Guinea. 
[2385] 12rao. Bury St. Edmunds, 1781. 

Forrest. — Voyage to New Guinea, the Moluccas, Sooloo 
[2386] Islands, &c., 1774-76. By Capt. Thomas Forrest. 

4to. Lond. 1779. 
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100 



CATALOGUE. 



Keate. — Account of the Pelew Islands. From the Journals 
[2387] of Capt. Henry "Wilson and others who were there Ship- 
wrecked in the " Antelope," 1783. By George Keate. 

4to. Lond. 1788. 
HOCKIN. — Supplement to the Account of the Pelew Islands ; from the Journals of 
[2388] the " Panther " and "Endeavour," sent to those Islands in 1790. Com- 
piled by Rev. J. P. Hockin. 4to. Lond. 1803. 
Portlock. — Voyage Round the World to the N.W. Coast of 
[2390] America, 1785-88, in the "King George" and "Queen 
Charlotte," Captains Portlock and Dixon. By Capt. Portlock. 

4to. Lond. 1789. 
Dixon. — A Voyage Round the World, 1785-88. By Capt. 
[2391] Dixon. [Written by W. Beresford.] 4to. Lond. 1789. 
Phillip's Voyage to New South Wales, 1788— See § 72, [4824]. 
White's Voyage to New South Wales, 1788— Ibid. [4826]. 
Gilbert.— Voyage from New South Wales to Canton, 1788. 

[2393] By Thomas Gilbert. 4to. Lond. 1789. 

Bligh.— A Voyage to the South Sea, in H.M.S. " Bounty," 
[2395] Commanded by Lieut. William Bligh, with Account of a 
Mutiny, &o. 4to. Lond. 1792. 

Hamilton. — Voyage Eonnd the World in the "Pandora," Capt. Edwards, 
[2396] in Search of the Mutineers of the "Bounty." By George Hamilton, 
Surgeon. 8vo. Berwick, 1793. 

Voyages and Travels of Fletcher Christian before and after the Mutiny of 
[2397] the " Bounty," in Letters to a Friend. (Fictitious.) 

12mo. Lond. 1797. 
Baehow. — The Mutiny of the "Bounty." Edited by John Barrow. 

[2398] 12mo. Lond. 1831. 

Hetwood. — Memoir of Capt. Peter Hey wood (one of the Pardoned 

[2399] Mutineers). By Edward Tagart. 8vo. Lond. 1832. 

See also the Works of Lady Belcher [4594] ; Rev. T. B. Murkay [4569]. 

Parker. — Voyage Round the World in the " Gorgon," Capt. 

[2402] John Parker. 8vo. Lond. 1795. 

Perouse. — Voyage Round the World, 1785-88, in the 
[2404] "Boussole" and "Astrolabe," under the command of 
J. F. G. de la Perouse. 2 Vols, 4to. Lond. 1799. 

Atlas of Maps and Plates. Folio. Lond. 1799. 

Marchand.— Voyage Round the World, 1790-92. By 
[2406] £tienne Marchand. Preceded by Historical Introduction, 
from the French of Fleurieu. 2 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1801. 
Vancouver. — Voyage of Discovery to the N. Pacific, and 
[2407] Round the World, 1790-95, in the "Discovery" and 
"Chatham," Capt. George Vancouver. 3 Vols. 4to. 1798. 
D'Entrecasteaux. — Voyage in Search of La Perouse, 1791- 
[2408] 94, in the " Recherche " and " Esperance," under command 
of Adm. Bruni D'Entrecasteaux. By M. Labillardiere. 

2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1800. 
[2409] Another Edition, with 46 plates. 4to. Lond, 1802. 
[2410] Voyage de Dentbecasteaux, . . . R6dig6 par M. de Rossel. 
With Plates and Charts. 2 Vols. 4to. Paris, 1808. 



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101 



Colnett. — Account of a Voyage in the Pacific, 1793-94. 

[2412] By Capt. James Colnett. 4to. Lond. 1804. 

Broughton. — Voyage to the North Pacific, 1795-98, in the 

[2413] "Daedalus." By W. R. Broughton. 4to. Loud. 1804. 
Wilson. — Missionary Voyage to the South Pacific, 1796, 

[2415] in the "Duff." Capt. Wilson. 4to. Lond. 1799. 

Gregory.— Second Voyage of the " Duff." Capt. Robson. 

[2416] With Account of her Capture by a French Privateer. By 
Rev. William Gregory. 8vo. Lond. 1800. 

Howell.— Particulars of the Second Voyage of the " Duff." By W. H. [Kev. 

[2417] Wni. Howell.] 12mo. Knaresborough, 1809. 

Life of Capt. Jambs Wilson ; and Narrative of the Voyages of the " Duff." 

[2418] 8vo. Portsea, 1810. 

Griffin. — Memoirs of Captain James Wilson, with Account of the Voyages of 

[2419] the "Duff" to the South Seas. 12mo. Lond. 1819. 

Nicol.— Life and Adventures of John Nicol [in the West 
[2420] Indies, South Seas, &o. 1776-1801]. 12mo. Edin. 1822. 
Grant. — Voyage of the " Lady Nelson," and Discoveries in 
[2422] Bass Straits, 1802. By Lieut. Grant. 4to. Lond. 1803. 
Peron. — Voyage aux Terres Australes, 1800-4. Ex6cut6 sur 
[2423] le " Geographe," le " Naturaliste," et le " Casuarina," sous 
le Commandement du Capt. Nicholas Baudin. Par MM. Fred 
Peron et Louis Freycinet. Paris, 1807-16. 

HisTORiQUE. 2 Vols. 4to. With Atlas. 2 Parts — Folio. 
Navigation et G^ogkaphie. 4to. Atla.s of Charts. Large Folio. 
[2424] Second Edition. Text revised and augmented. 

4 Vols. 8vo. Paris, 1824. 
Flinders. — Voyage to Terra Australis, 1801-3, in the 
[2425] " Investigator," " Porpoise," and " Cumberland," under 
command of Capt. Matthew Flinders. With Accounts of 
the Shipwreck of the " Porpoise," and the Commander's impri- 
sonment in Mauritius. Preceded by a summary of Piior 
Discoveries of the Coast of Terra Australis. Large paper. 
2 Vols. Imperial 4to. With Atlas. Folio. Lond. 1814. 
Turnbull. — Voyage Round the World, 1800-4, including 
[2428] Visits to Port Jackson and Norfolk Island. By John 
Turnbull. Second Edition, with Additions. 4to. Lond. 1813. 
Campbell. — Voyage Round the World, 1806-12 ; with 
[2430] Visits to Japan, Sandwich Is., &c. By Arch. Campbell. 

8vo. Edin. 1816. 
Delano. — Three Voyages Round the World, with Visits to 
[2431] Peru, Sandwich Islands, Australia, Tasmania, West Indies, 
&c. By Amasa Delano. 8vo. Boston, 1817. 

Shillibeer. — Narrative of the "Briton's Voyage" to Pit- 

[2433] cairn's Island. By J. Shillibeer. 8vo. Taunton, 1817. 
Keith. — Voyage to South America and the Cape of Good 

[2434] Hope. By Sir G. M. Keith. 4to. Lond. 1819. 

Kotzebue. — Voyage of Discovery into the South Sea and 
[2435] Beering's Strait in the " Rurick," 1815-18. 

3 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1821. 
King (P. P.) Coast Surveys of Australia, 1818-22— §70 [4711]. 



102 



CATALOGUE. 



[^ 



Byron. — Voyage to the Sandwich Islands (1824-25) in 

[2438] H.M.S. " Blonde." Capt. Lord Byron. 4to. Lend. 1826. 
Dillon. — Discovery of the Fate of La Perouse. By the 

[2439] Chevalier P. Dillon. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1829. 

Bayly. — Sea Life Sixty Years Ago : a Record of Adventures 

[2440] which Led to the Discovery of La Perouse' s Relics. By 
Capt. G. Bayly. 12mo. Lond. 1885. 

Kotzebue. — A New Voyage Round the World, in the 

[2441] " Predpriatie " [Enterprise], 1823-26. 

2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1830. 

Beechey. — Voyage to the Pacific, and Beering's Straits, in 
[2442] the " Blossom," Capt. F. W. Beechey. 1825-28. 

2 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1831. 
D'Urville.^Voyage de la Corvette " I'Astrolabe," sous le 
[2444] Commandement de J. Dumont D'Urville, 1826-29. 
HisToiEE DU Voyage. 5 Vols. 8vo. Paris, 1830-33. 

Atlas (Historical and Ethnographical) containing 251 plates 

(some coloured). 2 Vols. Folio. 

The "Astrolabe" visited Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, New Guinea, 
Fiji, Tongatabu, Celebes, Amboyna, &c. 

Montgomery. — Visit to the Missions in the South Seas. 
[2445] by Rev. D. Tyerman and George Bennet. Edited by 
James Montgomery. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1831. 

ViDAL (Capt.) Search for the Vigia or Aitkins Rock, N. Atlantic. — J.R.G.S. 
I. 51. 1831. 

Morrell. — Four Voyages to the South Seas, China, &c. 

[2447] 1822-31. By Benj. Morrell. 8vo. New York, 1832. 

Goodridge. — Narrative of a Visit to the South Seas and 

[2448] Shipwreck. By C. M. Goodridge. 12mo. Exeter, 1832. 

Dumont-D'Urville. — Voyage Pittoresque Autour du Monde. 
[2450] Resum6 G6n6rale des Voyages de Magellan, Tasman, Dam- 
pier, Anson, Cook, La Perouse, Flinders, Baudin, Freycinet, 
Dillon, Beechey, &c. 2 Vols. Imperial 8 vo. Paris, 1834-35. 
Holman. — A Voyage Round the World, and Travels in 
[2451] Africa, Asia, Australasia, America, &c., 1827-32. By 
James Holman. 4 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1834-35. 

W^ilson. — Voyage Round the 'World, and Visits to the N. 
[2453] and W. Australian Settlements. By T. B. Wilson. 

8vo. Lond. 1835. 

Ruschenberger.— Three Years in the Pacific, 1831-34, 
[2454] with Notices of Brazil, Peru, &c. By W. S. W. Ruschen- 
berger, TJ. S. Navy. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1835. 
Nightingale. — Oceanic Sketches. By Thomas Nightingale. 
[2455] Plates. 12mo. Lond. 1835. 
Moerenhout. — Voyages aux lies du Grand Ocean : la 
[2457] geographie, la langue, la litterature, la religion, les 
moeurs, les usages et les coutumes de leurs habitants, &c. 
Plates. 2 Vols. 8vo. Paris, 1837. 



VOYAGES AND CIRCUMNAVIGATIOlSrS. 103 

Beale. — A South Sea Whaling Voyage, with Natural 
[2458] History of the Sperm Whale. By Thomas Beale. 

12mo. Lend. 1839. 
King, &c.— Voyages of the "Adventure" and "Beagle" 
[2459] to the Coasts of South America and Round the World, 
1826-39. Plates. 4 Vols. Svo. Lond. 1839. 

Vol. I.— First Expedition, 1826-30, under command of Capt. P. P. King. 
II. — Second Expedition, under command of Capt. Fitzroy. 2 Vols. 
III.— Journal and Remarks, 1832-36. By Charles Darwin. 
Voyages of the " Adventure " and " Beagle."— J.R.G.S. vi. 311. 1836. 

Bennett. — Narrative of a Whaling Voyage Round the 
[2461] Globe, 1833-36. Sketches of Polynesia, California, the 
Indian Archipelago, &c. By F. D. Bennett. 

2 Vols. Svo. Lond. 1840. 
KolfF's Voyages of the " Dourga " through the Molucean 
[2463] Archipelago, and along the Southern Coast of New Guinea, 
1825-26. By Lieut. D. H. KolfE. 8vo. Lond. 1840. 

Coggeshall. — Thirty-Six Voyages to Various Parts of the 
[2465] World, 1799-1841. By George Coggeshall. 

Svo. New York, 1858. 
Belcher.— Voyage Round the World in H.M.S. "Sulphur," 
[2466] 1836-42, including Naval Operations in China. 

By Sir E. Belcher. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1843. 

Dana. — Two Years Before the Mast, and Twenty-four Years 

[2468] After. By R. H. Dana. 12mo. Lond. 1869. 

Stokes (J. L.) Discoveries in Australia ; Coasts and Rivers Explored and 

Surveyed in H.M.S. "Beagle," 1837-43— § 70 [4721]. 
Hall. — Fragments of Voyages and Travels. Three Series 
[2469] in one vol. Royal Svo. Lond. 1846. 

Wilkes.— Narrative of the U.S. Exploring Expedition to 
[2470] Polynesia and the Antarctic Regions, 1838-42. By Charles 

Wilkes. Plates. 5 Vols. Svo. Philadelphia, 1845. 

[2471] Another Edition. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1852. 

Ross's Voyage to Southern and Antarctic Regions, 1839-43. — See 

§13 [2753] and [2754]. 
Keppel. — Expedition to Borneo for the Suppression of Piracy, 
[2472] with Extracts from Rajah Brooke's Journals. By Hon. 
Captain Keppel. 2 Vols. Svo. Lond. 1S46. 

Circumnavigation of the Globe, and Progress of Discovery in 
[2473] the Pacific : Magellan to Cook. 12mo. Edin. [1836.] 
[2474] Voyages Round the World, from the Death of Cook, including 
La Perouse, Dentrecasteaux, Marchand, Vancouver, Bligh, Edwards, 
Fanning, Turnbull, Baudin, Freycinet, Duperrey, D'Urville, Bougain- 
ville, Laplace, Krusenstem, Kotzebue, Liittke, Hall, Ruschenberger, 
Fitzroy, Meyen, Wilson, Belcher and Ross. 12mo. Edin. [1843.] 

Coulter. — Adventures in the Pacific, with Observations on 
[2475] the Islands Visited. By John Coulter, M.D. 

12mo. Dublin, 1845. 
Coulter's Adventures oh the Coasts of South America, and 
[2476] in California, Polynesia, &c. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1847. 



104 CATALOGUE. 



Jukes. — Voyage of H.M.S. "Fly" in the Eastern Archipelago, 
[2477] Torres-Straits, New Guinea, &c., 1842-46. By J. Beete 
Jukes. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1847. 

Belcher.— Voyage of H.M.S. " Samarang," in the Eastern 
[2478] Archipelago, 1843-46. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1848. 

\Valpole. — Four Years in the Pacific [on the South American 
[2480] Coast, with Visits to the Society and Hawaiian Islands]. 
By Hon. Fred. Walpole. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1849. 

Lucatt. — Rovings in the Pacific, 1837-49, with a Glance at 
[2482] California. By a Merchant long resident at Tahiti. 

2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1851. 
Ramble from Sydney to Southampton vid South America, 

[2483] West Indies, United States, &c. 12mo. Lond. 1851. 

Macgillivray. — Voyage of H.M.S. "Rattlesnake," Capt. 
[2485] Owen Stanley, 1846-50, including Discoveries in New 
Guinea, the Louisiade Archipelago, &c. By John Macgillivray. 

2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1852. 
Pfeiffer. — A Woman's Journey Round the World. From 
[2486] the German of Madame Ida Pfeiffer. 12mo. Lond. 1852. 

Seemann.— Voyages of H.M.S. " Herald," 1845-51, Capt. 

[2488] Henry Kellett, being a Circumnavigation of the Globe 

and Three Cruises in Search of Sir John Franklin. By 

Berthold Seemann. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1853. 

Erskine. — ^Journal of a Cruise in the Western Pacific, in 

[2489] H.M.S " Havannah," Capt. Erskine. 8vo. Lond. 1853. 
Gerstaecker. — ^Journey Round the World, with Visits to 
[2491] California and Australia. By Frederick Gerstaecker. 

3 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1853. 
Perkins — Na Motu [The Islands] or Reef Rovings in the South 

[2492] Seas among the Hawaiian, Georgian, and Society Islands. 
By Edward T. Perkins. Plates. 8vo. New York, 1854. 
Lee. — Surveying Cruise of the "Dolphin," Lieut. S. P. 
[2494] Lee, U.S.N., in the North Atlantic. 

8vo. "Washington, 1854. 

Scoresby. — ^Journal of a Voyage to Australia, and Round 

[2496] the World, for Maguetical Research. By William 

Scoresby, D.D. 8vo. Lond. 1857. 

McClintock, Surveys of H.M.S. "Bulldog" N. Atlantic— P. R.G.S. v. 62. 1861. 

VOUNG (Allen) Surveys of the "Fox" N. Atlantic— P. R.G.S. v. 70. 1861. 

Scherzer. — The Circumnavigation of the Globe, by the 

[2498] Austrian Frigate "Novara," 1857-59. By Dr. Karl 

Scherzer. 3 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1861-63. 

Russell-Killough.— L'Asie et L'Oceanie, 1858-61; 16,000 

[2499] Lieues a travers. Par le Comte Henry Russell-Killough. 

2 Vols. 12mo. Paris, 1866. 

Hood. — Notes of a Cruise in H.M.S. "Fawn," in the 
[2501] We-itern Pacific, 1862. By T. H. Hood. 8vo. 1863. 



VOYAGES AND CIRCUMNAVIGATIONS. 105 

" Vimeira " Magazine, published at sea, London to Sydney, 

[2502] Oct. 1864-Jan. 1865. 8vo. Sydney, 1865. 

The "Dover Castle" News, published during voyage, Aus- 

[2503] tralia to England, April-July, 1867. 4to. Lond. 1867. 
Milton. — Three Years on the Australian Station [in 

[2504] H.M.S. " Cura9oa "]. By an Officer. 8vo. Lond. 1868. 
Brenchley. — Jottings during the Cruise of the " Curagoa " 

[2505] among the South Sea Islands in 1865. With Fifty Plates 
and Notes on Natural History. By Julius Brenchley. 

Royal 8vo. Lond. 1873. 
Milner.— The Cruise of H.M.S. "Galatea," Capt. H.R.H. 

[2507] the Duke of Edinburgh, 1867-68. By Rev. John Milner 
and Oswald W. Brierly. 8vo. Lond. 1869. 

De Beauvoir.— Voyage Round the World. By the Marquis 

[2508] De Beauvoir. 3 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1870-72. 

Vol. I. Australia. II. Java, Siam, Canton. III. Pekin, Yeddo, San Francisco, &c. 
Palmer. — Kidnapping in the South Seas : a Cruise in the 

[2510] "Rosario." By Capt. Geo. Palmer. 8vo. Lond. 1871. 
Markham. — Cruise of the " Rosario," among the New 

[2511] Hebrides, <fec. By A. H. Markham. Bvo. Lond. 1873. 
Taylor (W. C.) Voyage, Australia to Europe vid California— § 72 [5000]. 
Poole. — Queen Charlotte's Islands : Adventure in the North 

[2512] Pacific. By Francis Poole. 8vo. Lond. 1872. 

Cummings' Surveying Cruise of theU.S.S. "Tuscarora" 

[2517] in the N. Pacific, 1872-74. Frisco, 1874. 

Chapman. — The Ocean W^aves : Voyages Across the Atlantic 

[2518] in the Inman Steamers. By Capt. Charles Chapman. 

8vo. Lond. 1875. 
Davis (J. E.) "Challenger" Expedition— Cassell, V. and VI. [2255-56]. 1874. 
Davis, Journal of the "Fox's" Telegraphic Voyage — Cassell, VI. [2256]. .1874. 

Weppner. — The North Star and the Southern Cross. 
[2519] Observations of Margaretha Weppner in a Two Years' 
Journey Round the World. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1875. 
■Wood.— A Yachting Cruise in the South Seas. By C. F. 

[2522] Wood. With six Photographs. 8vo. Lond. 1875. 

Goodenough. — Journal of Commodore Goodenough on the 

[2525] Australian Station, 1873-75. 8vo. Lond. 1876. 

Moresby. — Discoveries in New Guinea ; and Cruise in 

[2526] Polynesia. By Capt. Moresby. 8vo. Lond. 1876. 

Campbell. — Log Letters from the " Challenger." By Lord 

[2530] George Campbell. 8vo. Lond. 1876. 

Thomson. — The Atlantic: Preliminary Account of the Voyages 
[2631] of the " Challenger." By Sir C. Wyville Thomson. With 

Illustrations, Maps, and Charts. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1877. 
Spry. — The Cruise of H.M.S. " Challenger ": Voyages over 
[2532] Many Seas ; Scenes in Many Lands. By W. J. J. Spry. 

8vo. Lond. 1877. 
For Scientific Results of the Cruise of the "Challenger," see § 7 Physical 
Geograi'Dy [1694], 



106 CATALOGUE. 



Brassey. — A Voyage in the " Sunbeam " Round the World. 
[2534] By Mrs. Brassey. Illustrated. 8vo. Lend. 1878. 

Gordon-Cumming. — A Lady's Cruise in a French Man-of- 
[2538] War [among the Samoan, Friendly, and Society Islands]. 

By C. F. Gordon-Camming. Two Vols. Svo. Lond. 1882. 
Brassey. — In the Trades, the Tropics, and the " Roaring 

[2541] Forties." By Mrs. Brassey. Illustrated. Svo. Lond. 
Coppinger. — The Cruise of the "Alert": Four Years in 
[2543] Patagonian, Polynesian, and Mascarene Waters (1878-82). 
By R. W. Coppinger, M.D. Plates. 8vo. Lond. 1883. 

Lambert. — Voyage of the " Wanderer " to the South Pacific, 
[2544] Sandwich Islands, and Round the World. From the 
Journals of C. and S. Lambert. Royal 8vo. Lond. 1883. 
Gray. — The Central and South American Cable Expedi- 
[2547] tion (Atlantic Side) 1881-82. The Mexican Extension 

Cable Expedition, 1882. [By Robt. K. Gray.] Svo. [1884.] 
[25 4S] The Havana— Key West Repairs. 1882. Svo. [1884.] 
[2549] Pacific Side. Svo. [1884.] 

Gray.— The Tunis Cable Expedition, 1882. 

[2550] Svo. [1884.] 

Froude's Oceana — See § 72, Australian Colonies [5048]. 
The Cruise of H.M.S. " Bacchante," 1879-82. Compiled 
[2551] from the Journals of Prince Albert Victor and Prince 
George of Wales. With Additions by Rev. J. N. Dalton. 

Illustrated. 2 Vols. Svo. Lond. 1886. 



§12.-THE ARCTIC REGIONS, 

INCLUDING VOYAGES FOR THE DISCOVERY OF THE NORTH-EAST 
AND NORTH-WEST PASSAGES. 

Zeni (Nicolo and Antonio) Voyages to Northern Seas in the 14th Century. — 

Hakluyt Soc. L. [2162] ; Purohas, III. 610 [2074] ; Baeeow [2613] ; 

J.R.G.S. V. 102 [1865] ; XLIX. 398, 412 [1909]. 
Cabot, Frobisher, Davis, Waymouth, Knight, Hudson, Button, Hall, Gibbons, 

Bylot and Baffin, Hawkridge, Luke Fox, James's, and other Voyages towards 

the North-West, 1496-1631.--Hakhiyt, III. [2064] ; Purohas, III. [2074]; 

Harris, II. [2095] ; Baerow [2613] ; Shillinolaw [2656] ; Hakluyt 

Soc. V. [2117]. 
Frobisher's Three Voyages, 1576-78.— Hakluyt Soc. XXXVIII. [2150]; 

J.R.G.S. XII. 1 [1872]. 
WiLLOUGHBY, Chanceller's, and Burrough's Voyages to the North-East, 1553- 

57.— Hakluyt, I. 232-290 [2061] ; Purchas, III. 211-249 [2074] ; Haeris, 

II. [2095] ; BuENEY [2614] ; Shillinglaw [2656]. 
Lane's Account of N. E. Discoveries, 1553-83.— Purchas, 111. 249 [2074]. 
Pet and Jackman's Voyage towards the N.E , 1580. — Hakluyt, I. 445 [2061]. 
Davis's Voyages to N.W. 1585-87.— Hakluyt Soc. LIX. [2172]. 
Barents' Voyages, 1594-96.— Hakluyt Soc. LIV. [2168]. 
Hudson's Voyages, 1607-10. — De Bry, Petits Voyages, X. [2052]'; Hakluyt 

Soc. XXVIl. [2139]. 
Hall (J.) Voyage to the North-West, 1612 -Churchill, VI. 241 [2086]. 
Baffin's Voyages, 1612-22.— Puecha,s, III. 716 [2074] ; Hakluyt Soc. [2177]. 



ARCTIC VOYAGES. 



107 



Monck'8 Voyage to Hudson's Straits and Greenland, 1619-20. — Chttrchill, I. 

487-514 [2081], 
Pellham and others, in Greenland, 1630. — Haklttyt Soc. XVIII. [2130]. 
James's Voyage towards the North- West, 1631-33.— Haeris, II. 406 [2095]. 
Journals of Shipwrecked Sailors in Greenland and Spitzbergen, 1633-34 and 

1646.— Churchill, II. 367 [2082]. 
PETBfeRE's Account of Greenland, 1646.— Churchill, II. 396 [2082] ; Hakluyt 

Soo. XVIII. [2130]. 
Wood's Voyage towards the North-East ; Marten's Voyage to Spitzbergen and 

Greenland, 1671.— Hakluyt Soc. XVIII. [2130]. 
Behring's Voyages, 1725-26.— Harris, II. [2095] ; Burney [2614]. 
CoATs's Voyages to Hudson's Bay, 1727-51. — Hakluyt Soc. XII. [2124]. 
Middleton's Voyage to the North-West, 1741-42.— Harris, II. [2095] ; 

Hakluyt Soc. XII. [2124]. 
PhUosophiial Motives for seeking a Passage into the South Seas, by the N.W., 

and History of Attempts made with that view.— Harris, II. 399 [2095]. 
Grounds upon which a North-East Passage into the Sea of Japan has been sought 

for.— Harris, II. 452 [2095]. 

Dobbs. — Account of Hudson's Bay, &c., and Probability of 
[2601] a North- West Passage. By Arthur Dobbs. 

4to. Lend. 1744. 

Ellis.— Voyage to Hudson's Bay, 1746-47, by the "Dobbs" 
[2602] and " California," for Discovering a North-West Passage, 
with Facts and Arguments for the Probability of such a Passage. 
By Henry Ellis. 8vo. Lend. 1748. 

Smith. — Voyage for the Discovery of a North-West 
[2603] Passage by Hnd.son's Streights, 1746-47, in the "Cali- 
fornia." By Capt. Smith. 2 Vols. 8vo. 1748-49. 

Crantz. — History of Greenland, with a Description of the 
[2604] Country and its Inhabitants. Translated from the High 
Dutch. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1767. 

Phipps. — A Voyage towards the North Pole, 1773. By 
[2606] Constantino John Phipps. 4to. Lond. 1774. 

For Floyd's Journal of this Voyage, see [2713] Markham's "Northward Ho !" 

Hearne. — Journey from Hudson's Bay to the Northern 
[2607] Ocean for the Discovery of Copper IMLines, a North-West 
Passage, &c., 1769-72. By Sam. Hearne. 4to. Lond. 1795. 

Barrington. — Possibility of Approaching the North Pole. 

[2608] By the Hon. Daines Barrington (1775). New Edition, 
with Appendix, by Col. Beaufoy. 8vo. 1818. 

Cook's Voyage to the North Pacific to Determine the Practicability of a Passage 
to Europe, 1776-80. — See § 11, Voyages and Circumnavigations [2357]. 

PoRTLocK and Dixon's Voyage to N.W. Coast of America, 1785-88 — ibid. 
[2390-91]. 

Broughton's Voyage to the Pacific, 1795-98 — ibid. [2413]. 

Mackenzie. — Voyages to the Frozen and Pacific Oceans 

[2610] in 1789 and 1793, with Account of the Fur Trade. By 
Alex. Mackenzie. 4to. Lond. 1801. 

Chappell. — Voyage to Hudson's Bay, inH.M.S. "Rosamond," 

[2611] 1814. By Lieut. Edw. Chappell. 8vo. Lond. 1817. 

O'Reilly. — Voyage to Greenland, and Adjacent Seas. By 

[2612] Bishop O'Keilly. [Fictitious.] 4to. Lond. 1818. 



108 



CATALOGUE. 



Barrow. — History of Arctic Voyages and Discoveries 

[2613] from the Earliest Period. By Sir John Barrow. 8vo. 1818. 

Burney. — History of North- Eastern Voyages of Dis- 
[2614] covery. By Capt. Jas. Biirney. 8vo. Lond. 1819. 

Buchan. — Voyage of Discovery towards the North?) Pole 
[2615] in the " Dorothea," and "Trent," Capt. D. Buchan, 1818. 
By Capt. Beechey. 8vo. Lond. 1843. 

Ross. — Voyage of Discovery in the "Isabella" and " Alex- 
[2616] ander " to Baffin's Bay, and Probability of a North-West 
Passage. By Capt. Sir John Boss. 4to. Lond. 1819. 

Sabine. — Remarks on Ross's Account of his Voyage. By 
[2617] Capt. Edward Sabine. 8vo. Lond. 1819. Explanation 
of Sabine's Remarks. By Capt. Ross. 8vo. Lond. 1819. 

Fisher. — ^Journal of a Voyage to the Arctic Regions. By 

[2618] an Officer of the "Alexander" [Alex. Fisher]. Also, 
Campbell'sVoyageRound the World, 1816. 8vo. Lond. [1819.] 

Franklin's Voyages. — Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of 
[2620] the Polar Sea, 1819-22. Second Expedition, 1825-27, 
including an Account of a Detachment to the Eastward, by 
John Richardson. 2 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1823-28. 

Wrangell. — Narrative of an Expedition to the Polar Sea, 

[2622] 1820-23. By Admiral Ferdinand von Wrangell. Edited 
by Sir E. Sabine. With additions. 8vo. Lond. 1844. 

Parry. — Voyages for the Discovery of a N.W. Passage, 
[2624] and Towards the North Pole. By Adm. Sir W. E. Parry. 

4 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1821-28. 

I. — Journal of a Voyage for the Discovery of a N.W. Passage, 1819-20, in 
H.M.S. "Hecla" and "Griper." 
II. —Journal of a Second Voyage, 1821-23, in H.M.S. " Fury " and " Hecla. " 

With Appendix. 
III.— Journal of a Third Voyage, 1824-25, in H.M.S. " Hecla" and "Fury." 
IV. — Narrative of an attempt to Reach the North Pole in Boats attached to 
H.M.S. "Hecla," 1827. 

Sabine. — The North Georgia Gazette and Winter Chronicle ; a Weekly Newg- 

[2625] paper. From November 1, 1819, to March 20, 1820. [Edited by 
Sir E. Sabine.] 4to. Lond. 1821. 

Fisher. — Voyage to the Arctic Regions in the "Hecla " and " Griper," 1819-20. 

[2626] By Alex. Fisher. 8vo. Lond. 1821. 

Lyon. — Private Journal of Capt. G. F. Lyon, during Capt. Parry's Voyage in 

[2627] H.M.S. "Hecla." 8vo. Lond. 1824. 

Lyon's Narrative of the Attempt to Reach Repulse Bay in 1824, in the 

[2628] "Griper." 8vo. Lond. 1825. 

McCoemick's Account of Parry's Voyage, 1827.— See 1 13, Antarctic Voyages. 

The Impracticability of a North-West Passage for Ships, 
[2630] Impartially Considered. By " Scrutator." 8vo. 1824. 

Scoresby. — Account of the Arctic Regions, and Description 
[2631] of the Northern Whale Fishery. By Rev. William Scoresby. 
Illustrated. 2 Vols. 8vo. Edin. 1820. 



ARCTIC VOYAGES. 109 



Scoresby's Voyage to the Northern Whale Fishery and 

[2632] Coast of Greenland, 1822. 8vo. Edin. 1823. 

Scoresby's Narrative of the Loss of the "Esk" and 
[2633] " Lively," Greenland Whalers. 8vo. Whitby, 1826. 

Duncan. — Voyage to Davis's Strait, 1826-27, ii ^^^ "Dundee." 
[2634] By David Duncan. 8vo. Lond. [Deptford] 1827. 

Beechet's Voyage to Behring Strait, 1825-28.— See § 11, Voyages and 
Circumnavigations [2442]. 

Ross's Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a N.W. 
[2636] Passage, and Residence in the Arctic Regions, 1829-33. 
With Appendix. 2 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1835. 

Ross. — Last Voyage of Sir John Ross to the Arctic Regions, 
[2637] 1829-33. With Abridgment of Former Voyages of Ross, 
Parry, itc. By Robert Huish. 8vo. Lond. 1835. 

Graah. — Expedition to Greenland in Search of the Lost 
[2639] Colonies, 1828-30. By Capt. W. A. Graah. 

8vo. Lond. 1837. 

Back. — Narrative of the Arctic Land Expedition to the 

[2641] Mouth of the Great Fish River, <fec., 1833-35. By Capt. 

Sir G. Back, R.N. 8vo. Lond. 1836. 

[2642] Large Paper edition. 4to. Lond. 1836. 

King. — ^Journey to the Shores of the Arctic Ocean, 
[2643] 1833-35, under Capt. Back. By Richard King. 

2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1836. 

Beechey and Back's Voyages to the Pacific and Behring 
[2644] Straits, the Great Fish River and Arctic Seas. Compiled 
by Robert Huish. 8vo. Lond. 1836. 

Back's Narrative of an Expedition in H.M.S. "Terror," 
[2645] 1836-37. 8vo. Lond. 1838. 

Polar Seas and Regions; Discoveries and Adventures in. 
[2647] Edited by Leslie, Jameson, and Murray. 

12mo. Edin. [1845.] 

Barrow. — Voyages and Discoveries in the Arctic Regions, 
[2648] from 1818. By Sir John Barrow. 8vo. Lond. 1846. 

Rae. — Narrative of an Expedition to the Shores of the Arctic 
[2650] Sea, 1846-47. By John Rae, M.D. 8vo. Lond. 1850. 

Goodsir. — An Arctic Voyage to Baffin's Bay and Lancaster 
[2651] Sound in Search of Friends with Sir John Franklin. By 
R. Anstruther Goodsir. 12mo. Lond. 1850. 

Richardson. — Arctic Searching Expedition : a Boat Voyage 
[2653] through Rupert's Land, <fec. By Sir John Richardson. 

2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1851. 

Snow. — Voyage of the "Prince Albert" in Search of Franklin. 

[2655] By Sir W. Parker Snow. 12mo. Lond. 1851. 

Shillinglaw^. — Narrative of Arctic Discovery, from the 

[2656] Earliest Period. By J. J. Shillinglaw. 12mo. 1851. 



no 



CATALOGUE. 



Sutherland. — A Voyage to Baffin's Bay and Barrow Straits, 
[2658] 1850-51, in the "Lady Franklin" and " Sophia," Capt. 
Penny, in Search of the Crews of the " Erebus " and " Terror." 
By Peter C. Sutherland. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1852. 

Osborn. — Stray Leaves from an Arctic Journal ; or Eighteen 
[2659] Months in Search of Franklin's Expedition, 1850-51. By 
Sherard Osborn. 12ino. Lond. 1852. 

Arctic Miscellanies : a Souvenir of the late Polar Search. 
[2660] By the Officers and Seamen of the Expedition under Captain 
Austin, (fee. 8vo. Lond. 1852. 

Hooper. — Ten Months 'among the Tents of the Tuski, 
[2662] while in Search of Franklin. By W. H. Hooper. 

8vo, Lond. 1853, 
Inglefield. — A Summer Search for Franklin, in the " Isabel," 
[2663] with a Peep into the Polar Basin. By Commander E. A. 
Inglefield. Svo. Lond. 1853. 

SeEmank's Voyages of the "Herald," 1845-51, in Search of Franklin, &c. — See 
§ 11, Voyages and Circumnavigations [2488]. 

Kane. — The U.S. Grinnell Expedition in Search of Franklin. 

[2664] By E. Kent Kane. 8vo. New York, 1853. 

Bellot. — Memoir of Lieut. J. R. Bellot, with Journal of his 

[2666] Voyage in Search of Franklin. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1855. 
Belcher. — The Last of the Arctic Voyages, in H.M.S. 

[2667] " Assistance," Capt. Sir E. Belcher, in Search of Franklin, 
1852-54. 2 Vols. Koy. 8vo. Lond. 1855. 

May. — Sketches made during the Voyage of the "Assistance." 

[2668] By Commander Walter W. May, R.]Sr. 4to. Lond. 1855. 
M'Dougall. — Voyage of the " Resolute " in Search of Franklin, 

[2670] 1852-54. By G. F. M'Dougall. Svo. Lond. 1857. 

Hayes. — Arctic Boat Journey in 1854. By Isaac I. Hayes. 

[2671] Edited by Dr. Norton Shaw. 12mo. Lond. 1860. 

King. — The Franklin Expedition, from First to Last. By 

[2673] Dr. Eichard King. 12mo. Lond. 1855. 

Kennedy. — Narrative of the Second Voyage of the "Prince 

[2675] Albert " in Search of Franklin. By William Kennedy. 

8vo. Lond. 1856. 
Kane's Arctic Explorations: Second Grinnell Expedition in 

[2676] Search of Franklin, 1853-55. 2 Vols. 8vo. Phila. 1856. 
Rae. — Voyages and Travels in the Arctic Regions. Copy 

[2677] of a Letter by Dr. John Rae (MS.). 8vo. Lond. 1856. 
McClure. — Discovery of the North-West Passage by 

[2678] H.M.S. " Investigator," 1850-54. Journals of Capt. Robert 
McClure, edited by Sherard Osborn. 8vo. Lond. 1856. 

Cresswell. — Eight Sketches by Lieut. Gurney Cresswell of the 

[2679] Voyage of H.M.S. " Investigator." Folio. Lond. [1856.] 

Abrahall. — Arctic Enterprise : a Poem. By C. H. Abrahall. 

[2680] 12mo. Lond. 1856. 



ARCTIC VOYAGES. Ill 



Dufferin's Letters from High Latitudes. See § 16 [2921]. 
Kane. — Biography of Elisha Kent Kane. By William 
[2681] Elder. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1858. 

Armstrong. — Discovery of the North-West Passage : 
[2682] Five Years' Travel and Adventure in the Arctic Regions. 
By Alex. Armstrong. 8vo. Lond. 1857. 

Simmonds. — The Arctic Regions and Polar Discoveries. By 

[2683] P. L. Simmonds. 12mo. Lond. 1859. 

M'Clintock. — Discovery of the Fate of Franklin : the 
[2684] Voyage of the " Fox." By [Sir] F. L. M'Clintock. 

8vo. Lond. 1859. 
Richardson. — The Polar Regions : Physical Geography and 
[2685] Ethnology of the Areas within the Polar Circles. By 
Sir John Richardson. 8vo. Edin. 1861. 

Hall.— Life with the Esquimaux, Discovery of Frobisher's 

[2687] Relics, &c. By Capt. C. F. Hall. 2 Vols. 8vo. 1864. 
Milton. — The North-West Passage by Land. By Viscount 
[2688] Milton and Dr. Cheadle. 8vo. Lond. 1866. 

Hayes. — The Open Polar Sea : Narrative of a Voyage of 
[2689] Discovery. By Isaac I. Hayes. Svo. Lond. 1867. 

Richardson. — Life of Sir John Richardson. By John 
[2690] Mcllraith. 12mo. Lond. 1868. 

Hayes. — The Land of Desolation : A Narrative of Adventure 

[2692] in Greenland. By I. I. Hayes. Svo. Lond. 1871. 

Hall's Second Arctic Expedition : Voyage to Repulse Bay, 
[2693] Sledge Journeys, and Residence among the Eskimos, 
1864-69. Edited by Prof. Nourse. 4to. Washington, 1879. 
Markham. — The Threshold of the Unknown Region 

[2695] [Round the North Pole]. By C. R. Markham. Svo. 1873. 

Koldewey. — The German Arctic Expedition, 1869-70, and 

[2696] Narrative of the Wreck of the "Hansa." By Captain 

Koldewey. Chromes, Maps, &c. Roy. Svo. Lond. 1874. 

Hall's Narrative of the Expedition in the " Polaris," 

[2697] 1871-73. Edited by Adm. Davis. 4to. Washington, 1881. 

Arctic Geography and Ethnology. Selection of Papers for 

[2698] the Arctic Expedition of 1875. Svo. R.G.S. Lond. 1875. 
Markham. — A Whaling Cruise to Baffin's Bay and the Gulf 

[2699] of Boothia. By A. H. Markham. Svo. Lond. 1874. 
Payer. — Austrian Arctic Voyage, 1872-74 ; and Discovery of 
[2700] New Lands within the Arctic Circle. By Julius Payer. 

2 Vols. Svo. Lond. 1876. 
Lamont. — Yachting in the Arctic Seas ; Five Voyages in 
[2701] the Neighbourhood of Spitzbergen and Novaya Zembla, 
By E. H. Lamont. 8vo. Lond. 1876. 

W^ells. — ^The Gateway to the Polynia : a Voyage to Spitz- 

[2702] bergen. Journal of Capt. J. C. Wells. Svo. Lond. 1876. 
MacGahan. — Under the Northern Lights. [Voyage of the 
[2703] "Pandora."] By J. MacGahan. Svo. Lond. 1876. 



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CATALOGUE. 



Rink. — Danish Greenland ; its People and its Products. By 

[2705] Dr. Henry Eink. Edited by Robert Brown. 12mo. 1877. 
Young.— The Two Voyages of the " Pandora" in 1875-76. 

[2708] By Sir Allen Young. Royal 8vo. Lond. 1879. 

Nares. — The Last Arctic Expedition : Official Report of 

[2709] Captain Sir G. S. Nares. FoUo. Lond. 1878. 

Nares. — Voyage to the Polar Sea, in the "Alert" and "Dis- 

[2710] covery." Capt. Sir G. S. Nares. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1878. 
Moss. — Shores of the Polar Sea : a Narrative of the Arctic 

[2711] Expedition of 1875-76. With 16 chromo- lithographs and 
engravings. By Dr. Edward L. Moss. Folio. Lond. 1878. 
Markham. — The Great Frozen Sea : Voyage of the " Alert," 

[2712] 1875-76. By A. H. Markham. 12mo. Lond. 1880. 

Markham. — Northward Ho ! [Voyages towards the North Pole, 

[2713] including that of Phipps, 1773.] 12mo. Lond. 1879. 
Howgate. — The Arctic Cruise of the " Florence," 1877-78. 

[2715] Edited by Capt. H. W. Howgate. 12mo. Washington, 1879. 

Nordenskiold's (Baron A. E.) Arctic Voyages, 1858-79. 
[2716] Edited by Alex. Leslie. 8vo. Lond. 1879. 

Smith. — Arctic Expeditions, British and Foreign from the 
[2717] Earliest Period. By D. Murray Smith. 4to. Lond. 1880. 

Nordenskiold's Voyage of the "Vega" Round Asia and 
[2719] Europe. With Review of all Previous Voyages along the 
North Coasts of the Old World. Translated by Alex. Leslie. 
Engravings and maps. 2 Vols. Medium 8vo. Lond. 1881. 

Nordenskiold's Voyage around Asia and Europe, and 

[2720] Discovery of the North-East Passage by the " Vega." By 
Lieut. A. Hovgaard. 8vo. Lond. 1881. 

Markham. — A Polar Reconnaissance : Voyage of the 
[2721] "Isbjorn" to NovayaZembla, 1879. 8vo. Lond. 1881. 

Beesly.— Sir John Franklin and Arctic Discovery. By 
[2722] A. H. Beesly. ]2mo. Lond. 1881. 

Schwatka's Search : Sledging in the Arctic in Quest of the 
[2724] Franklin Records. By W. H. Gilder. 8vo. Lond. 1882. 

De Long. — Voyage of the "Jeannette." The Ship and loe 
[2725] Journals of George W. De Long, Commander of the U.S. 
Polar Exped., 1879-81. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. [Boston] 1883. 

Melville. — In the Lena Delta : Narratives of the Search for 
[2726] Lieut. DeLong and his Companions, the Greely Expedition, 
and a proposed method of reaching the North Pole. By G. W. 
Melville. Engravings and maps. 8vo. Boston, 1884. 

Schley. — The Rescue of Greely. By Commander W. S. 

[2727] Schley and Prof. J. Russell Soley. 8vo. Lond. 1885. 
Greely. — Three Years of Arctic Service, 1881-84, and the 

[2728] Attainment of the Farthest North. By Major Adolphus 
W. Greely. Illustrated. 2 vols. Royal 8vo. Lond. 1886. 



ARCTIC VOYAGES. 113 



PAPERS IN THE R.G.S. "JOURNAL" AND "PROCEEDINGS," tec. 

Back (Sir G.) Land Expedition in Search of Ross— J.E.G.S. ii. 336; iii. 64 ; 
V. 405 ; vi. i. 1832-36. 

On the North-West Passage— J. B.G.S. vi. 34. 1836. 

Back (Capt.) Late Voyage of the " Terror"— J.E.G.S. vii. 457, 460. 1837. 

Von Baer, Russian Expeditions to Novaia Zomlia — J.R.G.S. viii. 411. 1838. 
Simpson & Dease, Arctic Discoveries— J. R. G S. viii. 213 ; ix. 325 ; x. 268 1838-40. 

Becher (Commander) On the Voyages of Frobisher — J.R.G.S. xii. 1. 1842. 

Wareham, Voyage to Northumberland Inlet — J.R.G.S. xii. 32. 1842. 

"Wrangell (Adm. von) On Reaching the Pole-^.R.G.S. xviii. 19-24. 1848. 
Rae, Information ofFranklin's Exped.— J.R.G.S. xxii. 73, 82 ; xxv. 246. 1852-55. 

Kennedy (W.) Voyage of the "Prince Albert "—J.R.G.S. xxiii. 122. 1853. 

Petermann (Aug.) Franklin, the Whale Fisheries, &c.— J.R.G.S. xxiii. 129: 1853. 

Inglefeld (E. A.) Voyage of the " Isabel"- J.R.G.S. xxiii. 136. 1853. 

McClure (Sir R.) Discovery of the N.W. Passage— J.R.G.S. xxiv. 240. 1854. 

Collinson (Capt.) Voyage of the "Enterprise "—J.R.G.S. xxv. 194. 1855. 

Kane (E. K.) Search for Franklin, 1853-55 - J.R.G.S. xxvi. 1. 1856. 

Findlay, Probable Course of Franklin-^.R.G.S. xxvi. 26 ; P.R.G.S. i. 21. 1856. 

White (Robert) Open Sea in N. Pi)lar Basin— P.R.G.S. i. 27. 1857. 

Memorial on Continuance of the Search for Franklin -P.R.G.S. i. 95. 1857. 
Anderson, Journal of Search for Franklin — J.R.G.S. xxvi. 18 ; xxvii. 321. 1856-57. 

Osborn (Sherard) On the Late Arctic Expeditions— P.R.G.S. i. 104. 1857. 

Rink, Kane's Discovery N. Coast of Greenland— J.R.G.S. xxviii. 272. 1858. 

Hopkins, On the North Pole— P.R.G.S. iv. 100. 1860. 

McClintock (Sir L.) Search for Franklin— J.R.G.S. xxxii. ; P.R.G.S. iv. 2. 1861. 

Hall (F.) Arctic Expedition— P.R.G.S. vii. 99. 1863. 

Murchison (Sir R.) On Arctic Exploration— P.R.G.S. ix. 87. 1865. 

Petermann (Dr.) Proposed Polar Expedition— P.R.G.S. ix. 90, 114. 1865. 

Macfarlane (R.) Mackenzie River District— P.R.G.S. ix. 125. 1865. 

Hamilton (Capt. R. V.) Coast of Labrador— P.R.G.S. ix. 131. 1865. 

Markham (C. R.) Best Route for N. Polar Expedition— P.R.G.S. ix. 138. 1865. 

Franklin (Lady) Letter on Polar Expedition— P.R.G.S. ix. 148. 1865. 

Markham (0. R.) On the Greenland Esquimaux — J.R.G.S. xxxv. 87. 1865. 

Jansen (Commodore) The Dutch in Arctic Seas — P.R.G.S. ix. 163. 1865. 

Markham, Table of Voyages towards North Pole — J. R.G.S. xxxvi. 295. 1866. 
Osborn, Arctic Exploration -J.R.G.S. xxxvi. 279 ; P.R.G.S. ix.42 ; xii. 92. 1866-71. 

Chimmo, Visit of the " Gannet " to Labrador, 1867— J.R.G.S. xxxviii. 258. 1 868. 

Nordenskiold, Swedish Polar Expedition, 1868— J.R.G.S. xxxix. 131. 1869. 

Hamilton (R. V.) Open Water in the Polar Basin— P.R.G.S. xiii. 234. 1869. 

Philpots (E. P.) Laud near Cape Horsburgh- P.R.G.S. xiii. 372. 1869. 

Davis (J. E.) North Polar Discovery— Cassell, i. [2251]. 1869. 

McClintock (Sir L.) German Arctic Expedition— P. R. G. S. xv. 102. 1871 

HaU (C. F.) Second Arctic Expedition, 1864-69— P.R.G.S. xv. 382. 1871. 

Boat Adventure in Behring's Sea— Cassell, iv. [2254]. 1872. 

Osborn (S.) Unknown Lands within the Arctic Circle— P.R.G.S. xvi. 227. 1872. 

Markham (C. R.) Spitzbergen— J.R.G.S. xliii. 83 ; P.R.G.S xvii. 97. 1873. 

Major (R. H.) Lost Colony of Greenland— J. R. G. S. xliii. 156 1873. 

Markham (C. R. ) Discoveries of the "Polaris "—P.R.G.S. xviii. 12. 1874. 

Davis (J. E.) Boat Cruise in Greenland— Cassell, vi. [2256]. 1874. 

The Arctic Ocean— Kncy. Brit. ii. 478. 1875. 

Payer ( J. ) Austro-Hungarian Expedition, 1872-74— J.R.G.S. xlvi. 19. 1875. 

Richards (Admiral) On Route to North Pole— P.R.G.S. xix. 208. 1875. 

M'Clintock (Sir L.) On Sledge Travelling— P.R.G.S. xix. 464. 1875. 

Markham (C. R. ) Arctic Voyage of the " Valorous "—P.R.G.S. xx. 55. 1876. 

Nares (Capt. G. S.) On the Ciroumpolar Sea— P.R.G.S. xxi. 96. 1877. 

Stephenson (H. F. ) Winter Quarters of the "Discovery "— P.R.G.S. xxi. 1877. 

Markham (A. H.) On Sledge Travelling— P.R.G.S. xxi. 110. 1877. 

Markham (C. R.) Results of Arctic Exped., 1875-76— P.R.G.S., xxi. 536. 1877. 

Brown, The E.skimo, their Habits, Language, &c.— Ency. Brit. viii. 543. 1878. 

Markham (C. R.) Arctic Expeditions of 1878— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 16. 1879. 

Jansen (Coram.) Dutch Arctic Expedition— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 26. 1879. 

Keltie (J. Scott) Sir John Fraukliu- Ency. Brit. ix. 719. 1879. 

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114 ARCTIC REGIONS. 



Brown, Greenland ; its Climate, Physical Geog., &c. — Ekcy. Beit. xi. 166. 1880 
Markham (A. H.) Campaign of 1879 in Barents' Sea— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 1. 1880, 
Sehwatka, Expedition to King William Land— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii.. 657. 1880, 
Smith (Leigh) Discoveries in the "Lira" — P.R.G.S. (N.S.)iii. 129. ]881, 

Markham (C. R.) Search for"Jeannette" Expedition— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv.28. 1882, 
Jansen (Comm.) Dutch Arctic Voyages, 1878-81— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 35. 1882, 
Greely (A. W.) U.S. Arctic Expedition— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 171. 1882. 

Smith (L.) Second Voyage to Franz Josef Land— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 204. 1883 
Departure of the Dutch Arctic Expedition, 1883— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 348 1883 
Greely Relief Expedition— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 221. 1884, 

Markham (C. R.) The North Polar Region— Enoy. Beit. xix. 815. 1885 

Danish Expedition to Greenland Seas, 1884— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vii 177. 1885, 

Greely 's Arctic Exploration : GrinnellLand— P.R,G.S. (N. S.) viii. 156. 1886, 



§ 13.-ANTARCTIC REGIONS. 

*,* For Kebguelen and Maeion Islands, see § 63. 

Cook's Voyage towards the South Pole, 1772-75. See § 11, Voyages and 
CiEOUMNAViGATiONS [2356] ; § 59, Spabeman [4214]. 

Moreell's Antarctic Voyage, 1823. See § 11 [2447]. This Voyage discredited 
— P.R.G.S. xiv. 152. 

Weddell. — A Voyage towards the South Pole, 1822-24, 

[2751] and a Visit to Terra del Fuego, &c. By James Weddell. 

8vo. Lend. 1825. 

Kendal (LieutJ Account of Deception I. (S. Shetland)— J.R.G.S. i. 62. 1831. 
Biscoe (John) Recent Antarctic Discoveries— J.R.G.S. iii. 105. 1833. 

Balleny's Antarctic Discoveries — J.R.G.S. ix. 517. 1839. 

Wilkes's Expedition to the Antarctic Ocean, &c. See § 11, Voyages and 

ClECUMNAVIGATIONS [2470]. 

The Antarctic Expedition. Report of Committee of Physics 
[2752] and Meteorology of the Royal Society, Relative to the 
Observations to be made, &c. 8vo. Lond. 1840. 

Ross. — Voyages to Antarctic Regions, 1839-43. By Sir 
[2753] James Clarli Ross, R.N. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1847. 

Richaedson's Physical Geography of the Polar Regions. See preceding section. 
The Aeotic Regions [2685]. 

M'Cormick. — Voyages in the Antarctic Seas, 1839-43; 
[2754] also to Arctic Regions, with Parry, 1827, and in Search 
of Franklin, 1852-53. With an Autobiography. By R. 
M'Cormick. Plates and Maps. 

2 Vols. Royal 8vo. Lond. 1884. 

Enderby (Charles) Sabrina Land— P.R.G.S. ii. 171. 1857. 

Davis (J. E. ) Antarctic Discovery and Transit of Venus — J.R.G.S. xxxix. 91. 1869. 
Hamilton (R. V.) On Morrell's Antarctic Voyage, 1823— P.R.G.S. xiv. 145. 1870. 

Voyage towards the Antarctic Regions (1874) and History of Southern Explora- 
tion— §7, "Challengeb" Narrative, Vol. I. pp. 396-462 [1694] ; also § 11 
[2530-32]. 

Markham (C. R.) The South Polar Region— Enct. Beit. xix. 329. 1886. 



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§ 14.-TRAVELS OVER THE CONTINENTS 

AND IN SEVERAL PARTS OF THE WORLD. 

*^* Travels in different countries are Catalogiied in the succeeding Sections. 
For Geography and Descriptions of the Continents, see § 3, Modekn Geogra- 
phy, pp. 5 to 7, and for Histories of Travel § 5, pp. 10 to 15. 

Hekodottjs, History and Travels of— § 1. Ancient Geography [1110] and [1120]. 
Greek and Eoman Commerce with Egypt and the East — Bunbuky [1125] ; 

PuRCHAS, I. [2071] ; Harris, I. [2094] ; Yule's CatMy [2148]. 
Eastern Knowledge of the West — Yule's Cathay [2148]. 
Man's Life a Pilgrimage. The Peregrinations of Christ, and the Apostles and 

first Planters of the Gospel— Purchas, I. pt. i. 49 [2072]. 
Peregrinations of S. Paul and Apostolical Assistants — ibid. p. 56. 
The Glory of Apostolical Conquests ; the hopes of enlarging the Church in the 

last Age, by knowledge of Arts and Languages, through the benefit of 

Printing and Navigation — ibid. p. 61. 
Of divers other principal Voyages and Peregrinations mentioned in Holy Scrip- 
ture. Of the travels and dispersions of the Jews, and of National Transmi- 
grations — ibid. p. 66. 
Fabulous Peregrinations and Navigations of Bacchus, Osiris, Hercules, the 

Argonauts, Cadmus, the Grascian Navy to Troy, Menelaus, Ulysses, .^neas, 

and others — ibid. p. 68. 
Famous Expeditions of the Assyrians, Egyptians, Scythians, Ethiopians, Persians, 

and others — ibid. p. 72. 
Travels of the Ancient Philosophers and learned men — ibid. p. 74. 
Alexander the Great ; Life, Acts, Peregrinations and Conquests — ibid. p. 81. 
Travels of Mus.i;ns, Theb^us, and others mentioned by S. Ambrose, Eusebius, 

Ruffinus, Socrates, and Sozomen — ibid. p. 89. 
Collections of Asia, especially of Arabia, gathered out of an Arabic book of 

Geography. 12th cent. — ibid. p. 1495. 
Collections of divers Mahumetan authors in their Arabic Books touching the 

most remarkable things in the East, especially of Mosleman superetitions 

and rites, and places of chief note — ibid. p. 1499. 
Arabian Commerce and Travel — Harris, I. 504 [2094] ; Murray [1344]. 
Voyage of Sighelmus, Bishop of Sherborne, sent by Alfred the Great to the 

Shrine of St. Thomas in India, a.d. 883— Hakluyt, Vol. IL p. 5 [2062] ; 

Purchas, I. Pt. II. p. 109 [2072]. 

Benjamin of Tudela's Travels, through Europe, Asia, and 
[2801] Africa, from Navarre to the Borders of China (1159-73), 
•with Notes by Rev. B. Gerrands. 12mo. Lond. 1783. 

Itinerary of Rabbi Benjamin of Tudela : Hebrew Text, with 
[2802] Translation by A. Asher. 2 Vols. 8vo. Berlin, 1840. 
Vol. I. — Text, Bibliography, and Translation. 

II. — Introduction ; Notes, Historical, Geographical, and Critical, in Illus- 
tration of the Author, by D'Ohsson, Munk, Rapaport, Ritter, Zunz, and the 
Editor ; Essays : 1. On the Geographical Literature of the Jews from the 
Remotest Times to the Year 1841, by Dr. Zunz. 2. On the State of the 
Khalifat of Bagdad, during the latter half of the Twelfth Century, by F. 
Lebrecht. 3. On the Geogiaphy of Palestine, from Jewish Sources, by Dr. 
Zung, translated by the Editor. 

See also Purchas, II. 1437 [2073] ; Harris, I. 546-555 [2094] ; Murray's 
Asia, I. Ch. II. [1344] ; Lelewel, Giog. du Moyen-Age, Vol. IV. [1172] ; 
Wright's Early Travels in Palestine [3766]. 

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116 CATALOGUE. 



Travels of the Crusaders— Hakluyt, II. [2062] ; Purchas, II. [2073] ; Murray, 
Asia, III. [1344] : "Wright, Early Travels in Palestine [3766]. 

Travels through Several Parts of Europe, 6th to 15th Cent.— Hakluyt, I. [2061] ; 
Purchas, III. [2074]. 

Plano Carpini, Ascelin, and others. Mission to the Tartars (1246) — Hakluyt, 
I. [2061] ; PUKCHA.S, III. [2074] ; Harris, II. 556 [2095] ; Murray's Asia, 

I. 105 [1344] ; Enoy. Beit. V. 132 [2265]. 

Rubruquis (Wm. de) Travels to the East, Tartary, &o., (1253) — ibid. 
Ayton (the Armenian) Of Asia and the Tartars — Purchas, III. 108 [2074]. 
Bacon (Rop^r) Tartarian and Northern Relations (in Latin) — ibid. p. 52 [2074], 
Marco Polo, Travels of; Translated, with Notes and Disserta- 
[2805] tions, by William Marsden. 4to. Lond. 1818. 

The Book of Ser Marco Polo, the Venetian, Concerning the 
[2806] Kingdoms and Marvels of the East. Translated and Edited 
by Col. Henry Yule, C.B. With Notes, Maps, and other 
Illustrations. Second edition. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1875. 
See also Ramusio, II. 1-60 [2028] ; Purchas, III. 65-108 [2074] ; Ency. 
Brit. XIX. 404 ; Harris, I. 593-628 [2094] ; Murray's Asia, I. 151-182. 
Phillips (Geo.) On Southern Mangi— J.R.G.S. xliv. 97. 1874. 

Douglas (Rev. C.) On the Identity of Zayton— J.R.G.S. xliv. 112. 1874. 

Travels of Monte Corvino and otlier Missionary Friars to Tartary and China, 
1288-1338— Yule's Cathmj, I. 163-250 [2148]; Maksden's Marco Polo, 
pp. 243-245 [2805] ; Purchas, III. [2074]. 
Odoric (Friar) Travels to Asia Minor, Armenia, Chaldsea, Persia, India, China, 
and other remote parts (1318-30)— Ramusio, II. 237-248 [2028] ; Hakluyt, 

II. 39-67 [2062] ; Murray, Asia, 1. 183-192 [1344] ; Yule's CcUhay [2149] ; 
Ency. Brit. XVII. 728 [2277]. 

William of Boldensele, Itinerary (1336)— Ency. Brit. XV. 474 ; Yulb's 

Cathay, I. 
Itineraire Brugeois de la fin du XIV« Sifeele. — Lelewel, Oiog. du Moyen-Age, V. 

281-308 [1172]. 

Maundeville. — Voyage and Travaile of Sir John Maundeville 

[2808] (1322-56), which Treateth of the Way to Hierusalem ; and 

of Marvayles of Inde, with other Hands and Countryes. 

Edited by J. O. Halliwell. 8vo. Lond. 1876. 

See also Purchas, III. 128-158 [2074] ; Yule's Cathay, I. 27 [2148] ; Wright's 

Early Travels in Palestine, No. 7 [3766] ; Ency. Brit. XV. 473 [2275]. 
Ibn Batuta, Travels from Tangier to Egypt, Mecca, India, and China (1322-55) 

—Yule's Cathai/, II. [2149] ; Ency. Brit. XII. 607 [2272]. 
Pkoolotti's Notices of the Land Route to Cathay, 14th Century — ibid. 
Marignolli's Recollections of Eastern Travel (1338-53)— itii. 
JoHDANUs (Friar) Wonders of the East (1330)— Hakluyt Soc. [2143]. 
Schiltberoer's Travels in Europe, Asia, and Africa (1396-1427)— iiirf. [2171]. 
Varthema's Travels in Egypt, Syria, Arabia, Persia, India, Eastern Archipelago, 

and Ethiopia (1503-8)— *id. [2144], 
Guzman (Don Alonzo de) His Life and Adventures in Spain, Italy, Sicily, 

Germany, Flanders, Peru, &c., {151S-i3)— ibid. [2141]. 
Watreman (William) The Fardle of Facions, containing the Ancient Manners, 

Customs, and Laws of the People, inhabiting the two parts of the Earth, 

Africa and Asia — Supplement to Hakluyt [2070]. 
AusTEL (H. ) Travels by Venice and Ragusa to Constantinople, Moldavia, 

Poland, Silesia and Germany, to England (1586)— Hakluyt, II. 194 [2062]. 
Oubbro (Pedro) Travels through Russia, and Persia to Goa ; Voyages thence to 

Malacca, Manilla, across the Pacific to Mexico and Europe — Murray, 

Asia, 1. 334 [1344]. 
A Brief and General Consideration of Europe compared with the other parts of 

the World ; the Names, Quantitie, Bounds, Qualitic, Excellencies, and 

Languages of Europe — Purchas, I. pt. i. 90 [2071]. 




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TRAVELS OYER THE CONTINENTS. 117 



Relations of divers Travellew, touching the Diversities of Christian Eites and 

Tenets in divers parts of the World — ibid. p. 147. 
A Brief Survey of the Ecclesiastical Polity, Ancient and Modern, or of the several 

Patriarchs, Archbishops, and Bishops' Sees through the Christian World ; 

also of the Jesuits' Colleges and Numbers, and of other Monastioal Orders — 

ibid. p. 166. 

Of the Diversitie of Letters used in divers Nations of the World ; the Antlquitie, 
manifold use and varietie thereof, with excmplarie descriptions of very many 
strange Alphabets— iiirf. p. 176. 

Relations of the World and the Religions observed in all Ages and Places dis- 
covered, from the Creation unto this Present. Of the East Indies, and of 
the Seas and Hands about Asia, with their Religions — Purchas, V. [2096]. 

Brerewood. — Enquiries Touching the Diversities of Languages 
[2811] and Religions of the World. Small 4to. Lond. 1614. 
Bound up with Brerewood is De Ponderibm, et Pretiis Veterum Numnwrum, 
Lond. 1614 ; Scioppi, Consilium Regium, et Classicum Belli Scccri, Ticini, 1619. 
Goes (Benedict) Travels to China : Goa to Lahore, Peshawur, Cabul, through 

Badakshan to Yarkand, &c. (1594— 1607)— Purchas, IIL 310 [2074] ; 

Murray, Asia, I. 450 [1344] ; Yule's Cathay [2149]. 
Smith (Capt. John) Travels and Adventures in France, Italy, Transylvania, 

on the Mediterranean Sei Coasts of Europe, Africa, Asia, and in Virginia 

—Purchas, II. 1361 [2073] ; Churchill, II. 327 [2082]. 

Adventures and Discourses of Captain John Smith, 

[2812] President of Virginia and Admiral of New England (1579- 
1631). Newly ordered by John Ashton. 12mo. Lond. 1883. 
Texeira. — Voyage of Peter Texeira from India to Spain by 
[2813] way of the Philippines (1600-1), and Travels from India 
to Italy by Land (1604-5). Small 4to. Lond. 1710. 

Coryat's Crudities Hastily Gobbled Up during his Travels in 
[2814] France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, and the Netherlands. 
Reprinted from the Edition of 1611, with Extracts relating to 
the Author, his Letters from India, &c. [«S'ae Illustration of 
Title page.] 3 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1776. 

Moryson. — AN ITINERARY Written by Fynes Moryson gent, 
[2815] First in the I^atine Tongue, and then Translated by him 
into English : Containing his Ten Yeeres Travell Through The 
Twelve Domjnions of Germany, Bohmerland, Sweitzerland, 
Netherland, Denmarke, Poland, Jtaly, Turky, France, England, 
Scotland, a7id Ireland. Diuided into III Parts. 

I. — A Journall through all the said twelve Dominions ; showing particularly 
the number of miles, the soyle of the Country, the situation of Cities, 
the descriptions of them, with all Monuments in each place worth the 
seeing, as also the rates of hiring Coaches or Horses from place to place, 
with each dales expences for diet, horsemeat, and the like. 
II. — The Rebellion of Hugh Earle of Tyrone and the appeasing thereof : written 

also in forme of a lonrnall. 
III. — A Discourse vpon scverall Heads, through all the said severall Dominions. 

At London, Printed by John Beale, dwelling in Aldersgate Street. 

Folio. 1617. 

BiDDULPH (Wm.) Travels of Four Englishmen and a Preacher into Africa, 
Asia, Troy, Bithyuia, Thracia, the Black Sea, Syria, Mesopotamia, Damascus, 
Palestine, &c. (1600-11)— Harlet, I. 761-830 [2087]. 

Bernardino (Gaspar de) Journey from Goa to Ormus, Aleppo, and Portugal 
(1611)— Murray, Asia, I. 382 [1344]. 



118 CATALOGUE. 



Grueber et d'Orville (P.p.) Voyage h. la Chine avec la Relation du Voyage 
par terre de ces memes Peres depiiis Pekiu jusqu'en Europe, &o. Le meme 
en Italien— Thevenot, II. Nos. 40 and 41 [2078]. 

NiEUHOFF (John) Voyages and Travels into Brazil and the East Indies, Persia, 
Malabar, Madura, Coromandel, Amboyna, Ceylon, Malacca, Sumatra, Java, 
Tayowan, China, Madagascar, 1640-1671, with Descriptions of the Countries, 
the People, and Products ; an Account of the Events which happened during 
the Author's stay of nine years in Brazil, 1640-49 ; also a Description of 
Batavia. Plates and Maps. Churchill, II. pp. 1—328 [2082]. 

"Wagener (Z.) Travels through a Great Part of the'World to China, 1643-68 
—ibid. p. 496. 

Natarette (D. F.) Account of China, the Philippines, Malacca, India, Mada- 
gascar, &c. (1642-73)— Churchill, I, 1-380 [2081]. 

Lithgow (William). — The lilare Adventures and Painfnle Pere- 
[2816] grinations of nineteen long years Travayles from Scotland 
to the most famous kingdoms in Europe, Asia, and Africa. 
Perfited by three deare bought Voyages in Surueighing of Forty-eight 
Kingdomes Ancient and Moderne ; twenty-one Rei-publickes, ten absolute 
Principalities, with two hundred Hands. The particular Names whereof 
are described in each Argument of the ten Diuisions of this History ; and it 
is also diuided in three Bookes, two whereof neuer heretofore published. 
Wherein is contayned an exact Relation of the Lawes, Religion, Policies 
and Gouemment of aU their Princes, Potentates, and Peoples, Together 
with the greuious tortures he suffered by the Inquisition of Malaga in Spain, 
his miraculous Discouery and Deliuery thence, and of his last and late 
Returne from the Northeme Isles. Small 4to. Lond. 1632. 

Blount. — Voyage into the Levant by Master H[enry] B[lount] 
[2819] from England, by way of Venice, Dalmatia, Hungary, 
Macedonia, Thrace, Rhodes, and Egypt unto Grand Cairo. 
With Observations on the Turks, &c. Small 4to. Lond. 1637. 

Thevenot's (M.John) Travels into the Levant, Turkey, 

[2822] the Archipelago, Egypt, Palestine, Persia, and the East 
Indies (1655-67). Illustrated. Folio. Lond. 1687. 

Godhino (Manuel) Journey from Goa to Surat, Muscat, Ormus, Bassorah, 

Bagdad, Aleppo, and Alexandretta, thence to Marseilles, Rochelle, and 

Lisbon (1663)— Murray, Asia, I. 384 [1344]. 
Skippon (Sir Philip) Journey through the Low Countries, Germany, Austria, 

Italy, Sicily, Switzerland, and France (1663-66), with accounts of the Chief 

Cities — Hague, Amsterdam, Cologne, Vienna, Venice, Milan, Genoa, Naples, 

Rome, Paris— Churchill, VI. 359-736 [2086]. 
A Tour in France and Italy, made by an English Gentleman (1675), with eleven 

views of Paris, St. Germains, Rome, Naples, Venice, &c. — Hakleian Coll. 

L 409-474 [2087]. 
Burnet (Bishop Gilbert) Travels in Switzerland, Italy, Germany, and the Low 

Countries (1685-86)— Harris, II. 590 [2095]. 

Caeeri (Gemelli) Travels through Italy, France, England, the Netherlands, 
Austria, &c. (1686), with description of Venice, Milan, Turin, Lyons, Paris, 
Versailles, London, Brages, Bnissels, Antwerp, Hague, Amsterdam, Cologne, 
Frankfort, Nuremberg, &c.— Churchill, VI. 41-142 [2086]. 

Ysbrants Ides (E.) Travels from Moscow through Great Ustiga, 
[2826] Siriana, Permia, Siberia, Daour, and Countries of the Mongul 
Tartars, to China. With a Description of that Empire and 
return from China by Land (1692-95). 4to. Lond. 1706. 
See also Harris, II. 918 [2095]. 



TRAVELS OVER THE CONTESTENTS. 119 



Lettres Edifiantes des Missions de la Turkey, Greece, the Levant, India, Ceylon, 
Tartary, Tibet, China, Loochoo Islands, PhOippines, Moluccas, &c. [2098]. 

LocKMAN (John) Travels of the Jesuits, with Descriptions of the Manners, 
Government, Ceremonies, Natural History and Curiosities of the Nations 
Visited. Translated from the Lettres Edifiantes [2098]. 

Misson. — Voyage to Italy, with Observations on Germany, 
[2829] Switzerland, Savoy, Geneva, Flanders, and Holland. Also 
Travels in England, Scotland, and Ireland. By Maximilian 
Misson. Plates. 5 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1714. 

Campbell (Donald) Journey Overland to India ; up the Rhine over the Tyrol, 
Venice, Alexandria, Cyprus, Aleppo, and Diarbekr, through the Tigris Valley 
to Bagdad, &c. (1792)— Murray, Asia, I. 410 [1344]. 

Ledyard. — Travels and Adventures of John Ledyard ; 

[2831] Voyage with Capt. Oook (1776-79); Journey through 
Sweden, Lapland, and Residence in Siberia (1787-88) ; Mission 
to Africa, &c. 8vo. Lond. 1828. 

Clarke. — Travels in Various Countries of Em-ope, Asia, and 

[2832] Africa. By Edward Daniel Clarke, LL.D. With Life. 
Maps and Plates. 14 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1793-1825. 

Tour through the South of England, Wales, and part of Ireland, 1791. 

Travels in Kussia, Tartary, and Turkey, 2 vols. 

Travels in Greece, Egypt, and the Holy Land, 6 vols. 

Travels in Scandinavia, 3 vols. 

Life and Remains of Dr. E. D. Clarke. By Rev. William Otter. 2 vols. 

Chateaubriand's Tour in Greece, Palestine, Egypt, and 
[2834] Barbary. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1806-7. 

Travels in America (1791-92), and Italy (1803-4) ; Five Days at Clermont in 
[2835] Auvergne (1805); Journey to Mont Blanc (1805). 2 vols. 8vo. 1828. 

McQueen. — The Campaigns of 1812-15, with Geographical 

[2837] and General Results of the French Revolution. By James 
McQueen. 3 Vols. 8vo. Glasgow, 1815-16. 

Bramsen. — Travels (through Sweden, Germany, and Hungary), 

[2839] to Egypt, Syria, Cyprus, the Morea, Greece, Italy, &c. By 
John Bramsen (1814). 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1820. 

Matthews. — Diary of an Invalid : Journal of a Tour in 

[2840] Portugal, Italy, Switzerland, and France, 1817-19. By 
Henry Matthews. 8vo. Lond. 1820. 

Davy. — Salmonia ; or. Days of Fly-Fishing. By Sir Humphry 

[2841] Davy. [1828.] Fifth Edition. 12mo. Lond. 1869. 

Davy. — Consolations in Travel. By Sir Humphry Davy. 

[2842] [1829.] Seventh Edition. 12mo. Lond. 1869. 

Howison (John) European Colonies : their Social, Moral, and 

[2843] Physical Condition. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1834. 

Barrow. — Travels in Various Countries of Europe. By 

[2844] John Barrow. 4 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1834-41. 

Excursions through Parts of Russia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, and 

Norway in 1830 and 1833. 
A Visit to Iceland and Norway in the Summer of 1834. 
A Tour Round Ireland, through the Sea Coast Counties, 1835. 
A Tour in Austrian Lombardy, the Northern Tyrol, and Bavaria, 1840. 



120 



CATALOGUE. 



Allan. — Pictorial Tour in the Mediterranean ; including 
[2845] Malta, Dalmatia, Turkey, Asia Minor, the Archipelago, 
Egypt, Nubia, Greece, Ionian Islands, Sicily, Italy, and Spain. 
By John H. Allan. 4to. Lond. 1843. 

Talfourd. — Vacation Rambles and Thoughts. By T. N. 

[2846] [Lord] Talfourd. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1845. 

Clark. — Glimpses of the Old 'World: Excursions on the 
[2847] Continent and in Great Britain. By Rev. J. A. Clark. 

2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1847. 

Taylor. — Views A-foot : Europe seen with a Knapsack and 
[2850] Staff. By Bayard Taylor. 12mo. Lond. 1847. 

Borrow. — Travels in Spain, &c., and Writings on the Gypsies. 
[2851] By George Borrow. 14 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1843-74. 

The Bible in Spain : Journeys while attempting to Circulate the Scriptures 
in the Peninsula. 3 vols. 1843. 

The Zincali : an Account of the Gypsies of Spain. 2 vols. 1843. 

Lavengro ; the Scholar — the Gypsy — the Priest. 8 vols. 1851. 

The Romany Rye ; a Sequel to Lavengro. 2 vols. 1858. 

Wild Wales ; its People, Language, and Scenery. 3 vols. 1862. 

Romano Lavo-Lil : Word-Book of the Romany, or English Gypsy Language. 
With Specimens of their Poetry, &c. 1 vol. 1874. 

Romantic Ballads ; Translated from Oehlenslaeger and from the Kisemipe 

Viser. 8vo. (Borrow's own copy — without title.) Norwich, n. d. 
The Sleeping Bard ; or, Vi-sions of the World, Death, and Hell. Translated 

from the Cambrian British. (Privately printed.) 8vo. 1860. 

The Talisman, from the Russian of Alex. Pushkin, with other Pieces. 

8vo. St. Petersburg, 1835. 
Targum, or Metrical Translations from Thirty Languages and Dialects. 

8vo. St. Petersburg, 1835. 
MS. of "Tlie Zincali, or Gypsies of Spain," pp. 260. With additional 

pages of Business Memoranda made by the Author when in Spain, as 

Agent of the Bible Society. 

Byrne. — Twelve Years' Wanderings in the British Colonies. 
[2853] By J. C. Byrne. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1848. 

Dilke. — Greater Britain : A Record of Travel in English- 
[2856] Speaking Countries (America, N. Zealand, Australia, &c.), 
1866-67. By Sir C. Dilke. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1868. 

Pumpelly. — Across America and Asia : Narrative of a Five 
[2857] Years' Journey. By R. Pumpelly. 8vo. Lond. 1870. 

Twain. — The Innocents Abroad ; or. New Pilgrim's Progress 
[2858] on the Continent of Europe, &c. (1868). By Mark Twain 
[Samuel L. Clemens], Illustrated. 12mo. Lond. [1881.] 

Buckhurst. — ^Jottings by an Australian Abroad : India, 
[2859] Egypt, Jerusalem, Rome, Paris, London, &c., in 1870. By 
W. P. Buckhurst. 12mo. Melb. 1873. 

Denison. — Varieties of Vice-Regal Life [in Tasmania, 

[2860] 1847-55, N. S. Wales 1855-61, and Madras 1861-66]. By 
Sir Wm. Denison, K.C.B. Including Letters by Lady Denison. 

2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1870. 



TRAVELS OVER THE CONTINENTS. 121 

Elgin. — Letters and Journals of the Ear! of Elgin [Gov. of 
[2861] Jamaica, 1842-46; of Canada, 1846-54; Envoy to China, 
1856-58; Viceroy of India, from 1861 to his death]. Edited 
by Theodore Walrond. 8vo. Lond. 1872. 

Rough Notes of Journeys through Syria to India, Japan, 
[2863] Mongolia, Siberia, United States, Sandwich Islands to 
Australasia (1868-73). 8vo. Lond. 1875. 

Laird. — Rambles of a Globe Trotter, in Australasia, Japan, 
[2864] China, Java, India, and Cashmere. By E. K. Laird. 
Illustrated. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1875. 

Vincent.^Through and Through the Tropics : Thirty 
[2865] Thousand Miles of Travel in Polynesia, Australasia, and 
India. By Frank Vincent. 8vo. Lond. 1876. 

Hubner. — A Ramble Round the World in 1871. By Baron 
[2866] von Hubner. New Edition. 12mo. Lond. 1878. 

Lindsay-Bucknall. — A Search for Fortune : Travel and 
[2867] Adventure in Several Parts of the World [Australia, New 
Zealand, Buenos Ayres, &c.]. 8vo. Lond. 1878. 

Shah of Persia. — Diary Kept by H.M. during his Journey to 
[2868] Europe in 1878. 8vo. Lond. 1879. 

Twain. — A Tramp Abroad, on the Continent, up the Rhine, to 
[2869] Switzerland, &c. Illustrated. 12mo. Lond. [1880.] 

Russell (W. H.) The Prince of Wales's Tour in India, Greece, Egypt, Spain, 
and Portugal — see India [3568]. 

Kingston. — The Australian Abroad: Branches from the Main 
[2870] Routes Round the World. By James Hingston. 

Illustrated. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1879-80. 

Vol. I. — Japan, China, Eastern Archipelago, New Zealand, &c. 
II. — Ceylon, India, and Egypt. 

Murray's Handbook to the Mediterranean: African, 

[2871] Egyptian, Syrian, Turkish, Greek, Italian, French, and 

Spanish Coasts ; Corsica, Sardinia, Malta, and the Archipelago. 

By Lieut.-Col. R. L. Playfair. 12mo. Lond. 1881. 

Coote. — 'Wanderings South and East (through Australia and 

[2872] the Pacific ; in China, Japan, and Spanish America). By 

Walter Coote. Illustrated. 8vo. Lond. 1882. 

Thomas.— Occident and Orient ; Sketches on Both Sides of 

[2873] the Pacific. By the Author of " The Vagabond Papers " 

[Julian Thomas]. 12mo. Melb. 1882. 

Vol. I. China, &c. Vol. II. Japan and British Columbia {not ptillwhed). 
Tangye. — Reminiscences of Travel in Australia, America, 

[2874] and Egypt. By Richard Tangye. 8vo. Lond. 1884. 
Otter. — Winters Abroad, in Melbourne, Tasmania, Sydney, 

[2875] Algiers, Egypt, <fec. By R. H. Otter. 12mo. 1884. 

Hubner. — Through the British Empire — South Africa, 
[2876] Australia, New Zealand, the Straits Settlements, India, 
the South Sea Islands, California, Oregon, Canada, &c. By 
Baron von Hiibner. 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1886. 



122 



CATALOGUE. 



TRAVELS IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES. 

§15.— DENMARK, SWEDEN, NORWAY, AND LAPLAND. 

Arthttr's (King) Voyage to N.-E. of Europe, a.d. 517— Hakluyt, I. 1 [2067]. 
Malgo's (King) Voyage to Iceland, Denmark, &c., 580 — ibid. 
Ohthere and Wulfstan's Voyages to the Baltic and North Parts beyond 
Norway, 9th Cent. — Alfred the Great's Deseription of Europe [11671; 
Hakluyt, I. 4 [2061]. 
Nicholas of Lynn, Voyage to Northern Regions, 1160— Hakltiyt, I. 121 [2061]. 
QiJiEiNO (Piero) Shipwracke on the Coast of Norway, 1431 — Purchas, III. 611. 
Ancient Commerce betwixt England and Norway, &c. — ibid. 619. 
Eden's (Richard) Of the North East Frostie Seas and Kingdoms Lying that 

Way (1555) — Herbenstein's Russia (Hakluyt Soc.) [2122]. 
Story's (John) Travels through Sweden, comprising a Survey of the Kingdom, 

its History, Government, People, &c. (1632)— Haeley, I. 209 [2087]. 
Account of Norway, the Danish, Swedish, and Muscovite Laplands, Siberia, 

Samojedia, Zembla, and Iceland (1670) — Harris, II. 457 [2095]. 
Account of Sweden, by an English Minister Residing there (1695) — ibid. 493. 
MoLEswoRTH and others, Present state of Denmark — ibid. 501. 
Olaus Magnus' Compendius History of the Goths, Swedes, 

[2891] Vandals, and Northern Nations. Folio. Lond. 1658. 
An Account of Denmark in 1692. [By Lord Molesworth, 

[2892] British Envoy.] Large paper. 8vo. Lond. 1694. 

Scheffer. — History and Description of Lapland, by John 

[2893] Scheffer. With a Journey into Lapland, Finland, &c., by 
Dr. Olof Rudbeck. 12mo. Lond. 1704. 

Ledyard (J.) Journey through Sweden, Lapland, and Finland (1787) — [2831]. 
Clarke's Travels in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Lapland (1799) — [2882]. 
Carr's Travels through Denmark, Sweden, &c., 1804 — [3162]. 
Barrow's Excursions in the North of Europe, 1830 and 1833 — [2844]. 
Landor. — Adventures in the North of Europe. By Edward 

[2898] Wilson Landor. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1836. 

Hamilton. — Sixteen Months in the Danish Isles. By 

[2900] Andrew Hamilton. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1852. 

Pfeiffer's (Ida) Visit to Scandinavia, &c.— § 16, Iceland [2919]. 
Lloyd. — Scandinavian Adventures. By L.Lloyd. Illustrated. 

[2901] 2 Vols. Royal 8vo. Lond. 1854. 

Brierly. — The English and French Fleets in the Baltic, 

[2902] 1854. Plates. By [Sir] Oswald W. Brierly. Fol. 1855. 
Gosch. — Denmark and Germany since 1815. By Charles 

[2903] A. Gosch. 8vo. Lond. 1862. 

Ten Years in Sweden : Description of the Landscape, Climate, 

[2904] Domestic Life, Mines, Field Sports, and Fauna. By An 
Old Bushman [H. W. Wheelwright]. 8vo. Lond. 1865. 

Lloyd. — Peasant Life in Sweden. By L. Lloyd. 

[2905] 8vo. Lond. 1870. 

From Stockholm to Copenhagen — Cassell, III. [2253]. 1871. 

Usher (Frank) Wanderings in Norway and Lapland — Cassell, IV. & V. 

Smith. — ^Tent Life in Norway, with English Gypsies. By 
[2906] Hubert Smith. 8vo. Lond. 1874. 



SCANDINAVIA. 123 



Gosse (E. W. ) Denmark ; its Extent, Commerce, Population, History,.Literature, 

and Statistics (1877)— Enct. Brit. VII. [2267]. 
Pritchett. — Gamle Norge. Rambles and Scrambles in Norway. 

[2907] Illustrated. By R. T. Pritchett. Royal 8vo. Lond. 1879. 
Rudler and Chisholm, Scandinavia and Denmark ; their Physical Features, 

Natural History, Inhabitants, &c. — § 3, Stanford's Europe [1250]. 
Temple (Lieut.) "Voyage to Norway and Lapland— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 273. 1880. 
Du Chaillu. — The Land of the Midnight Sun ; Journeys 

[2908] through Sweden, Norway, Lapland, and Finland. By 
Paul B. Du Chaillu. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1881. 

Rae. — The White Sea Peninsula : a Journey in Russian 

[2909] Lapland and Karelia. By Edw. Rae. 8vo. Lond. 1881. 
Vincent. — Norsk, Lapp, and Finn : Travels in the Far 

[2910] North of Europe. By Frank Vincent. 8vo. Lond. 1881. 
"Webster (H. A.) Lapland, the Country and People— Ency. Brit. XI"V. 305. 1882. 
Mohn (H.) Norway ; its Geography, Fauna, &c. — Ency. Bkit. X"VII. 575. 1884. 
Gibson (Alex.) History of Norway— Ency. Brit. XVII. 583. 1884. 

Tromholt. — Under the Rays of the Aurora Borealis in 

[2912] the Land of the Lapps and Kveans. By Dr. S. Tromholt. 
Edited by Carl Siewers. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1885. 

§16.— ICELAND, FAROE ISLANDS, Sec. 

*,* For Works on Greenland, Spitzbergen, Nova Zbmbla, &c., see § 12, 

Arctic Regions. 

Arthur's (King) Voyage to Iceland, &c. a.d. 517 — Hakluyt, I. 1 [2061]. 
Malgo's (King) Voyage to Iceland, Gotland, Orkney, &c. 580 — ibid. p. 3. 
Briefe Commentarie of the true state of Iceland — ibid. pp. 515-589. 
Gudbrandus Thorlacitts (Bishop) — Letter concerning Iceland and Gronland 

— ibid. p. 590. 
Zeni, Voyages of the, to Friesland, Iceland, &c. 1380 — See references, p. 93. 
Blefken's Voyages to Iceland and Greenland, 1563 — Pprchas, III. 643 [2074]. 
Arngrim's (Jonas) Description of Iceland (1593) — HAKLUyT,I. 615-590 [2061] ; 

PURCHAS, III. 654-698 [2074]. 
PEYRfeRE's (Isaac) Account of Iceland (1644) — Churchill, II. 383-95 [2082]. 
Account of Iceland (1670)— Harris, II. 457 [2095]. 
Landt. — Description of the Feroe Islands, and their 

[2915] Inhabitants. By Rev. G. Landt. 8vo. Lond. 1810. 
Hooker. — ^Journal of a Tour in Iceland, 1809. By [Sir] 

[2916] William Jackson Hooker. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1813. 
Mackenzie.^ — Travels in Iceland, 1810. By Sir George 

[2917] Stewart Mackenzie. Plates. 4to. Lond. 1812. 

Barrow's Visit to Iceland, 1834— § 14 [2844]. 
PfeifFer. — A "Visit to Iceland and Scandinavia. From the 

[2919] German of Madame Ida PfeifEer, 12mo. Lond. 1852. 
Cruise of the Yacht " Maria," among the Feroes, 1854. [By 

[2920] Edward Greg and S. G. Rathbone.] 4to. Lond. 1855. 
DufFerin. — Letters from High Latitudes, in a Yacht Voyage 

[2921] to Iceland, Jan Mayen, and Spitzbergen, 1856. By the 
Earl of Dufferin. 8vo. Lond. 1857. 



124 CATALOGUE. 



Forbes. — Iceland ; its Volcanoes, Geysers, and Glaciers. By 
[2922] Commander Forbes. 12mo. Lond. 1860. 

Rae (Dr. John) Report on Iceland— P. R.G.S. v. 80. 1861. 

Gould. — Iceland ; its Scenes and Sagas. By Sabine Baring 
[2923] Gould. Illustrated. Koyal 8vo. Lond. 1863. 

HjALTALfN (J(5n A.) Notes on Iceland — Cas.sell, II. [2252]. 1870. 

HjALTALfN (J6n A.) Hekla— Cassell, III. [2253]. 1871. 

T (J. E. H. ) Journey from Reikavik to Kreisuvig — Cassell, VI. [2256]. 1874. 

V (Lt. von) From End to End of Stromoe— Cassell, VI. [2256]. 1874. 

Burton. — ^Ultima Thule ; or a Summer in Iceland. By Capt. 
[2924] Sir Richard Burton. 2 Vols. 8vo. Edin. 1875. 

Watts (W. L.) Journey Across Vatna Jokull, Iceland — J.R.G.S. xlvi. 1. 1876. 

The Faroe Islands— Ency. Bkit. ix. 39. 1877. 

Hjaltalin, Iceland ; its Geography, Climate, &c. — Enct. Bkit. xii. 616. 1880. 

Powell (F. W.) Icelandic History and Literature — Ency. Brit. xii. 619. 1880. 

Look (W. G.) Askja, tlie Iceland Volcano— P. R.G.S. (N. S.) iii. 471. 1881. 

Peek (C. E.) Across Iceland by the Sprengisandr Route— P. R.G.S. (N. S. ) iv. 1882. 

Morgan (Delmar) Excursion to Askja, August, 1881 — P.R.G.S. (N. S.) iv. 1882. 

Coles. — Summer Travelling in Iceland. By John Coles. 
[2925] With Chapter on Askja, by Delmar Morgan. 8vo. 1882. 



§17-— THE BRITISH ISLANDS. 

Edwin (King) Conquest of Anglesey and Man, 624 — Hakltjyt, I. 3 [2061]. 
Bertus. — Voyage into Ireland, 684 — ibid. p. 4. 

Edgar (King) Voyage with 4,000 shippes round his Monarchic, 97S—ibid. p. 6. 
Alfred the Great's Works ; with Essays Illustrative of the History, Arts, 
and Manners of the Ninth Century — § 2 [1166]. 

Trevisano. — A Relation of the Island of England, the 

[2929] People, and the Royal Revenues [1500 1] From the Italian 

[of Andrea Trevisano]. Small 4to. Camden Soc, Lond. 1847. 

Giustinian.— Four Years at the Court of Henry VIII., 

[2930] 1515-19. Despatches of the Venetian Ambassador, 

Sebastian Giustinian. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1854. 

Van Den Wyngaerde's View of London (circa 1550). 

[2931] Seven sheets. Topographical Soc. of Lond. 1881-82. 
Visscher.— View of London by C. J. Visscher, a.d. 1616. 

[2932] Four Sheets. Topographical Soc. of Lond. 1886. 

Hentzner. — Travels in England during the Reign of Elizabeth, 
[2933] by Paul Hentzner. Translated by Horace Walpole; to 
vehich is added Naunton's Fragmenta Regalia. With portraits 
of Court Celebrities. 8vo. Lond 1797. 

Camden's Britannia : Chorographical Description of England, 
[2934] Scotland, Ireland, and the Adjacent Islands. Translated 
and Enlarged by Gough. 4 Vols. Folio. Lond. 1806. 

Camden's Remaines Concerning Britaine ; their Languages, Names, Allusions, 
[2935] Monies, Apparel, Proverbs, Epitaphes, &c. Small 4to. Lond. 1636. 

Brooke. — Discoverie of Errours in the " Britannia," by Ralph Brooke. With Mr. 
[2936] Camden's Answer and Mr. Brooke's Reply. Small 4to. Lond. 1724. 



THE BRITISH ISLANDS. 125 



England as Seen by Foreigners in the Days of Elizabeth 
[2937] and James I. Edited by W. B. Rye. Small 4to. 1865. 

Contents : — 
Frederick, Duke of Wirtemberg, NaiTative of the Bathing Excursion [during 
the tempestuous passage his Highness was drenched to the skin] to the 

Kingdom of Kugland, 1592 jiaye 1 

Lewis Frederick, Duke of Wirtemberg, Journey to England, &c., 1610... 55 
_ - - gy 

75 

81 

86 

91 

101 

115 

125 

129 

137 

141 

147 

157 

169 

175 



Meteren (Emanuel van) Residence in England, 1558-1612 

Lemnius (Levinus) Dutch Physician, Travels in England, 1560 ... 

Turler (Hieronymus) Remarks on England, 1574 ... 

Kiechel (Samuel) England and the English, 1585... 

Norden, Notes on London and Westminster, 1592 

Hentzner (Paul) Extracts from his Travels in England, 1598 

Fernandez de Velasco (Juan) Visit to England, 1604 

Crasser (Johann Jacob) Notes on England, circa 1606 

Zinzerling (Justus) Description of England, 1610... 

Peacham (Henry) Sights and Exhibitions in England, 1611 

Otto, Prince of Hesse, Visit to England, 1611 

John Ernest, Duke of Saxe- Weimar, Visit to James L, 1613 ... 

Pictures in the Royal Palaces, Whitehall, St. James's, &c., 1613 

Eisenberg (Peter) Notes on England, 1614 . 

Arithmseus (Valentinej Notes on London and Westminster, 1617 

Fynes Moryson's Itinerary in England, Scotland, Ireland, &o. [2815]. 

Blome. — Britannia : Geographical Description of the Kingdoms 

[2938] of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with the Isles and 

Territories thereto belonging ; Alphabetical Table of the 

Names, Titles, and Seats of the Nobility and Gentry, Maps 

of the Counties, (fee. Folio. Lond. 1673. 

Caeeri (Gemelli). — Travels through England, the Netherlands, &c. (1686) — 

Churchill, VI. 41 [2086]. 

Ogilby. — Britannia ; England and Wales Survey'd, with De- 
[2939] scription of all the Principal Roads. 100 copper plates. 
By John Ogilby. Folio. Lond. 1698. 

Misson's Travels in England, with Account of Scotland and Ireland — [2829]. 
Petty's (Sir 'Wm ) Political Survey of Ireland : also of 

[2940] England's Wealth, Taxation, &c. 12mo. Lond. 1719. 
Ashmole's Antiquities of Berkshire. With Appendix of 

[2941] Pedigrees, Topographical Plans, (fee. 3 Vols. 12mo. 1719. 
Berkshire [a Fragment]. With Map and two views of Windsor. 

[2942] 4to. [17—.] 

Jones. — The Most Notable Antiquity of Great Britain, vulgarly 
[2944] called Stone- Heng, on Salisbury Plain, Restored by 
Inigo Jones. To which are added The Chorea Gigantum, 
or Stone-Heng Restored to the Danes, by Dr. Charleton, and 
Mr. Webb's Vindication of Stone-Heng Restored in answer to 
Dr. Charleton's Reflections, (fee. Views and other Plates. 

Large paper. Folio. Lond. 1725. 
Defoe. — Tour through the Island of Great Britain : 
[2945] A.ccount of the Principal Cities, Towns, Customs, Employ- 
ments of the People, and whatever is Curious and worth 
Observation. By a Gentleman. 3 Vols. 8vo. 1724-27. 
Gonzales (Don Manuel). — Voyage from Lisbon to England, and Historical, 
Geographical, Topographical, Political, and Ecclesiastical Account of 
England and Scotland, 1730— Harleian Coll. I. pp. 9—208 [2087]. 



1^6 



CATALOGUE. 



Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improv'd ; being a correct copy of 
[2946] Mr. Ogilby's Actual Survey of all ye Direct and Principal 
Cross Koads in England and Wales .... Cities, Towns, 
Villages, Churches, Seats, &c. With Distances, &c. ; Remarks 
on all Places of Note, by John Owen. Arms of Peers, Bishops, 
Universities, and Colleges; County Maps by Bowen. The 
whole work engraved throughout. 4th edit. 8vo. Lond. 1749. 

England Displayed : a New Survey and Description of Eng- 
[2948] land and Wales. By a Society of Gentlemen. Eevised 
by P. Pussell and Owen Price. Maps. 2 Vols. Folio. 1769. 

Campbell (John, ll.d.) Political Survey of Britain ; its Situation, Lands, 
Inhabitants, Revenues, Colonies, Commerce, &c. (1774)— [1439]. 

Sulivan. — A Tour through England, Scotland, and Wales, 
[2950] 1778. By R J. Sulivan. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1785. 

Boswell.— Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides (1773) with 
[2951] Dr. Johnson. By James Boswell. . . . 8vo. Lond. 1785. 

Newte. — Prospects and Observations ; on a Tour in England 
[2952] and Scotland : Natural, Q^^conomical, and Literary. By 
Thomas Newte. 4to. Lond. 1791. 

Clarke (E. D.) Tour through England, Wales, and Ireland, 1791— [2832]. 

Paterson. — Description of the Roads in England and Wales; 
[2953] Travelling Dictionary or Alphabetical Tables of Distances 
of Cities and Towns. 1 Vol. 12mo. Lond. 1792. 

Boydell.— The River Thames : Plates [Described by William 
4] Combe]. Folio. Lond. [1794-96.] 

Beauties of England and Wales. — Delineations of Berkshire, 
[2955] with map and plates (inserted). Royal 8vo. Lond. 1801. 

Lysons' Berkshire; its Topography and History. With Map 
[2957] and 18 plates. 4to. Lond. [1806]. 

[2958] Another Copt, with 40 Additional Engravings and a Series of Aquatints 
by Tomkins. 4to. Lond. [1804]. 

[2959] Another Copy, Laesb Paper, with plates, some coloured, and 144 
additional illustrations, maps, views, and architectural antiquities, by 
Turner, Kip, Grose, Buckler, &c. 2 Vols. Koyal 4to. Lond. [1806]. 

Gilpin. — Forest Scenery and Woodland Views in Hampshire. 
[2961] Remarks by Rev. Wm. Gilpin. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1808. 

Stothard. — Monumental Effigies of Great Britain. By 

[2963] C. A. Stothard. 142 plates, etched and coloured ; with 
Descriptions by A. J. Kempe. Large paper. Folio. Lond. 1817. 

Prout. — Picturesque Studies, English Coast Scenery, Cottages, 
[2964] Old Houses, Castles, Bridges, Ruins, &c. By Samuel 
Prout. Four Parts. 56 Views. Folio. Lond. 1816-21. 

Plees. — Jersey ; History, Laws, Polity, Commerce, Manners, and 
[2965] Customs of the Inhabitants. 8vo. Southampton, 1817. 

Rush. — A Residence at the Court of London, 1819-25. By 
[2966] Richard Rush. Second series. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824. 



THE BRITISH ISLANDS. 127 

Clarke. — Topography of the Hundred of Wanting, with 
[2967] other Eecords relating to the County of Berks. By 
William Nelson Clarke. 4to. Oxford, 1824. 

Gary's Traveller's Companion : Delineations of the Turnpike 
[2968] Roads of England and Wales. 12mo. Lond. 1826. 

Brewer. — The Beauties of Ireland : being Original Delinea- 
[2970] tions by J. N. Brewer; the engravings by Storer. 

Vols. I. & II. {all published.) 8vo. Lond. 1825-26. 
Wliite's (Gilbert) Selborne (1767-87)— § 7, Natural History [1657]. 
Evans. — Excursion to Windsor, through Kew, Richmond, 

[2971] and Twickenham. By John Evans. 12mo. Loud. 1827. 
Cobbett. — Rural Rides in Surrey, Kent, Sussex, Hants, Berks, 
[2972] Oxford, Bucks, Wilts, Somerset, Gloucester, Hereford, 
Salop, Worcester, Stafford, Leicester, Hertford, Essex, Suffolk, 
Norfolk, Cambridge, Huntingdon, Nottingham, Lincoln, York, 
Lancaster, Durham, and Northumberland, 1821-32. By Wm. 
Cobbett. Notes by Pitt Cobbett. 2 Vols. Lond. 1885. 

Sadler. — -Ireland ; its Evils and their Remedies : Refutation of 
[2973] the Errors of the Emigration Committee, &c. By M. T. 
Sadler. 8vo. Lond. 1828. 

Account of Lough Erne— J.R.G.S. v. 392. 1835. 

Inglis. — ^Journey through Ireland during Spring, Summer, and 

[2974] Autumn, 1834. By H. D. Inglis. 2 Vols. 12mo. 1834. 
Barrow's Tout Round Ireland, 1835— [2844]. 

Hall. — Ireland : its Scenery, Character, &c. By Mr. and Mrs. 
[2975] S. C. Hall. 556 Ulust. 3 Vols. Royal 8vo. 1841. 

Knight. — London, Described and Illustrated. Edited by 
[2976] Charles Knight. 6 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1841-44. 

Cumming. — The Isle of Man ; its History, Physical, Civil, &c. 

[2977] By J. G. Cumming. Maps. 12mo. Lond. 1848. 

Herbert. — Cyclops Christianus : an Argument to Disprove the 

[2978] supposed Antiquity of Stonehenge, &c. 8vo. 1849. 

Phillips. — 'Wales ; Language, Social Condition, Moral Character, 
[2979] and Religious Opinions of the People, <fec. By Sir Thomas 
Phillips. 8vo. Lond. 1849. 

Brooke. — Liverpool as it was during the Eighteenth Century. 
[2980] By Richard Brooke. Plates. Royal 8 vo. Liverpool, 1853. 

Fergusson (James) The Peril of Portsmouth, or French Fleets and English Forts 
(1853) ; Portsmouth Protected (1856) — Fergusson's Pamphlets [1117]. 

Turner. — The Harbours of England. Engraved from Draw- 
[2981] ings by J. M. W. Turner. With Descriptive Text by 
John Ruskin. New Edition. Folio. Lond. 1877. 

Cleghorn (John) On the Water of Wick— J.K.G.S. xxvii. 230. 1857. 

BoREOw's Wild Wales— [2851]. 

Birket Foster's Pictures of English Landscape with 
[2982] Pictures in Words by Tom Taylor. 4to. Lond. 1863, 



128 



CATALOGUE. 



Scott. — The City of London ; its Population, Houses, Com- 

[2983] merce, &c. By Benjamin Scott. 8vo. Lond. 1867. 

Petrie. — Life and Labours in [Irish] Archeeology. By Wm. 

[2984] Stokes. 8vo. Lond. 1868. 

Trench. — Realities of Irish Life. By J. Steuart Trench. 

[2985] 8vo. Lond. 1869. 

Parkes.^ — Australian Views of England during 1861-62. By 

[2986] [Sir] Henry Parkes, N.S.Wales. 12mo. Lond. 1869. 

Evans. — Ancient Stone Implements, Weapons,and Ornaments 

[2987] of Great Britain. By John Evans. 8vo. Lond. 1872. 
Parker.^ — Two Excursions in Berkshire: Wantage, the 

[2988] Icknield Way, Letcombe Castle, Letcombe Bassett, and 
Letcombe Regis, Oxford Arch, and Historical Soc. [1872]. 
Smee's My Garden, Beddington, Surrey (1872)— §7, Natural History [1670]. 
Taine. — Notes on England. By M. Henri Taine. Translated 

[2989] by W. Eraser lUe. 12mo. Lond. [1873]. 

Bevan's British Industries and Industrial Classes — [1572-73]. 
Jewitt. — The Stately Homes of England. By Llewellynn 

[2990] Jewitt and S. C. Hall. Illustrated with 380 engravings 
on wood. 2 Vols. Small 4to. Lond. 1873-77. 

Land Owners. — Official Returns of the Name, No. of Acres, and 

[2991] estimated Value, held by each Owner of Land in England, 

Wales, Ireland, and Scotland. 4 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1874-76. 
Prendergast. — The Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland. 

[2992] By John P. Prendergast. Maps. 8vo. Lond. 1875. 

Greenwell. — British Barrows and Sepulchral Mounds. 
, [2993] By William Greenwell. 8vo. Oxford, 1877. 

Nicholas. — The Pedigree of the English People: Forma- 

[2995] tion and Growth of the Nation. Svo. Lond. 1878. 

Houston. — Twenty Years in the W^ild 'West ; or, Life in 

[2996] Connaught. By Mrs. Houston. 12mo. Lond. 1879. 
Our Own Country; Descriptive, Historical, Pictorial. 1,200 

[2997] engravings. 6 Vols. 4to. Cassell, Lond. [1879-83]. 

Old and New London ; its History, People, and its Places. 

[2998] Illustrated. 6 Vols. 4to. Cassell, Lond. [1875-85]. 
Vols. I. & II. — The City, Ancient and Modern. By Walter Thombury. 

III. to VI. — Westminster, the Western, Northein, and Southern Suburbs. 
By Edward Walford. 

Greater London : a Narrative of its History, People, and its 
[2999] Places. By Edward Walford. Illustrated. 

2 Vols. 4to. Cassell, Lond. [1883-84]. 

Old and New Edinburgh ; its History, People, and its Places. 
[3000] By James Grant. 3 Vols. 4to. Cassell, Lond. [1881-83]. 

Bonwick. — Our Nationalities : the Irish, the Scotch, the Welsh, 
[3001] and the English. 12mo. Lond. 1880. 

Bacon's Large Scale Map of London and Suburbs : 

[3002] Eighteen double sheets. Folio. Lond. [1880]. 



THE BRITISH ISLANDS. 129 

Bevan. — Statistical Atlas of England, Scotland, and Ireland. 

[3003] Edited by G. Phillips Bevan. Folio. Edinburgh, 1882. 
Hull. — Physical History of the British Isles. By Edward 

[3004] Hull. With 27 Maps. 8vo. Lond. 1882. 

White.— England Without and Within. By R. Grant 

[3005] White. 12mo. Lond. [Boston] 1882. 

O'Rell— John Bull and his Island. By Max O'Rell. 

[3006] 12mo. Lond. [1883.] 

Keltic. — History of the Scottish Highlands, Clans, and 

[3007] Regiments. With Account of the Gaelic Language, &c. 
Edited by J. Scott Keltie. 2 Vols. Royal 8vo. Edin. 1885. 
Smith. — British and Roman Antiquities, North Wiltshire. 

[3008] By Rev. A. C. Smith. 4to. Wilts Archajol. Soc. 1885. 

Martin (Fred.) England ; Geography and Statistics — Enct. Brit. viii. 215. 1878. 

Henderson, Ireland ; Geography and Statistics — Ency. Brit. xiii. 214. 1881. 

Counties, Cities, Towns, &c., of England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland ; the Channel 
Islands ; Aldemey, Guernsey ; Jersey ; Sark— see Enct. Brit., arranged in 
alphabetical order, throughout. A few items are noted below : — 

Bunce (J. Thackray) Birmingham and its Trade — Ency. Bbit. iii. 1875. 

Lefroy (E. T.) Dublin ; County and City— Ency. Brit. vii. 494. 1877. 

Wilson (Prof. D.) Edinburgh ; its History, &c.— Ency. Brit. viL 659. 1877. 

Stoddart (J. H.) and Baton (J.) Glasgow— Ency. Brit. x. 638. 1879. 

Picton (Sir J. A.) Liverpool— Ency. Brit. xiv. 712. 1882. 

Henderson (T. F.) London ; its Growth, Commerce, &c. — Ency. Brit. xiv. 818. 

Wheatley (H. B.) History of London— Ency. Bbit. xiv. 840. 1882. 

Axon (W. E. a.) Manchester and its Manufactures — Ency. Brit. xv. 459. 1883. 

Wheatley (H. B.) Middlesex— Ency. Brit. xvi. 279. 1883. 

Rudler and Chisholm, The British Isles ; their Physical Features, Rivers, 
Geology, Minerals, Soil, Climate, Fauna, and Flora, Ethnography, Religion, 
Education, Crime and Pauperism, Social Culture, Character, National Traits, 
Government, Army and Navy, &c. (1885) — § 3, Stanford's Europe [1250]. 



§18.— SPAIN AND PORTUGAL. 

Of Tarshish, whether it be any place in Spain — Purchas, I. pt. 1, 44 [2071]. 
Drake (Sir Francis) Voyage to Cadiz, and Exploits performed by him upon the 

Coast of Spain and Portugal— Hakluyt, II. ii. 121 [2063]. 
Wingfield (Col. A.) Discourse of the Portugall Voyage (1589) under Sir John 

Norris and Sir Francis Drake— Ptjrchas, IV. 1914 [2075] ; Hakluyt, II. ii. 

134 [2063]. 
Fight performed by ten Merchant Ships 'of London against 12 Spanish Gallies 

in the Strait of Gibraltar (1590)— Hakluyt, II. ii. 166 [2063]. 
The valiant Fight performed in the Strait of Gibraltar by the "Centurion" of 

London against five Spanish Gallies (1591) — ibid. p. 168. 
Report of the Voyage to Cadiz (1596), overthrow of the King's Fleet, and winning 

of the City, with other accidents, gathered out of Meteranus, Hakluyt, and 

others— Purchas, IV. 1927 [2075]. 
Cholmley (Sir Hugh) Journey through France and Spain to Morocco -§53 [3978]. 
Willouohby's (Francis) Travels through Spain (1664)— Ray [2080] ; Harris, II. 

694 [2095]. 

The Portugal History: a Relation of the Troubles that happened 
[3019] in 1667-68. By S. P., Esq. 12mo. Lond. 1677. 



130 CATALOGUE. 



Travels through Portugal and Spain, with Description of the Cities of Lisbon, 
Coimbra, Oporto, Braga, Madrid, Valentia, Alicante, &c. ; by an English 
Gentleman (1693)— Haiuus, II. 705 [2095]. 

Campbell. — History of the Balearic Islands, with their 
[3020] Natural and Geographical Description. From the Spanish. 
By Colin Campbell. 8vo. Lend. 1719. 

Francisco de los Santos' Description of the Escurial, translated 
[3021] by George Thompson. Plates. 4to. Lond. 1760. 

Banks. — Journal of a Visit to Lisbon in 1766. By Sir 

[3022] Joseph Banks (Manuscript). Small 4to. 

Langle. — Sentimental- Journey Through Spain. By the 

[3023] Marquis de Langle. 12mo. Lond. 1786. 

Fischer. — Travels in Spain, 1797-98; with Kemarks on Travel- 
[3024] ling in that Country. By F. A. Fischer. 8vo. 1802. 

Journal during the Campaign in Portugal and Spain under 
[3026] Wellington. By a Regimental Officer. 8vo. Lond. 1810. 

Ramond. — Travels in the Pyrenees : Description of the 
[3027] Passes, Summits, and Valleys ; Mineralogy and Natural 
History of these Mountains. By M. Ramond. 8vo. Lond. 1813. 

Brooke. — Sketches in Spain and Morocco. By Sir Arthur 
[3029] de Capell Brooke. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1831. 

Carnarvon. — Portugal, Galicia, and the Basque Provinces 

[3030] (1827). By the Earl of Carnarvon. 12mo. Lond. 1861. 

Smyth (Capt.) Columbrete Rocks near Valencia — J.R.G.S. i. 58. 1831. 

BonzA (Don F.) Heights of various points in Spain — J.R.G.S. ii 269. 1832. 

Irving. — -The Alhambra. By Geoffrey Crayon [Washington 

[3031] Irving]. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1832. 

Roberts. — Picturesque Sketches in Spain (1832-33). By 

[3032] David Roberts. 26 lithographs. Folio. Lond. 1837. 
Murray. — A Summer in the Pyrenees. By the Hon. James 

[3033] Erskine Murray. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1837. 

Finn. — Sephardim ; or, the History of the Jews in Spain and 

[3034] Portugal. By James Finn. 12mo. Lond. 1841. 

Kingston. — Lusitanian Sketches of the Pen and Pencil. By 

[3035] W. H. G. Kingston. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1845. 

BoRROw's Gypsies of Spain and the Bible in Spain — [2851]. 
Clark. — Gazpacho ; or Summer Months in Spain. By W. George 

[3036] Clark. 12mo. Lond. 1850. 

Ford. — Gatherings in Spain. By Richard Ford. New Edition. 

[3037] 12mo. Lond. 1861. 

Sayer. — The History of Gibraltar, and its Political Relation 

[3039] to Events in Europe ; with Accounts of its Fourteen Sieges, 
&c. By Capt. Sayer. 8vo. Lond. 1862. 

Ormsbt (J.) Notes on Spain— Cassell, I. [2251]. 1869. 

Bartholomew (E. G.) Seven Months in the Balearic Islands — Cassell, I. 1869. 
Standen (R. S.) The Pic du Midi, in the Pyrenees— Cas8ELL,II. [2252]. 1870. 
Excursions near Lisbon— Cassell, III. [2253]. 1871. 



SPAIN AND PORTUGAL. 131 



Burke (UlickR.) An Autumn Tour in Andalusia— Cassell, IV. [2254]. 1872. 

Low(C. R.) TheEscorial; its History and Contents— Cassell, V. [2255]. 1873. 

Holland (Mrs. F. W.) Recollections of Spanish Travel— Cassell, V. 1873. 

Holland (Rov. F. W.) Ten Days at Seville, 1867— Cassell, V. 1873. 

Jackson. — -Fair Lusitania. By Charlotte Lady Jackson. With 
[3041] Illustrations. Royal 8vo. Lond. 1874. 

Rose. — Untrodden Spain, and her Black Country : Sketches 
[3042] of Spanish Life and Character of the Interior. By Hugh 
J. Rose M.A. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1875. 

D'Avillier.— Spain. By Baron Ch. D'Avillier, with 420 Designs 
[3044] by Gustave Dor6. Imperial 4to. Lond. 1876. 

The Balearic Islands ; their History, &c.— Ency. Beit. iii. 276. 1875. 

Gibraltar and its History— Ency. Brit. x. 583. 1879. 

Johnson (J. Y.) Lisbon— Engt. Brit. xiv. 690. 1882. 

Madrid, Province and City— Enct. Brit. xv. 189. 1883. 

Forbes (H. 0.) Oporto and its Industries — Ency. Brit. xvii. 795. 1884. 

Stephens (H. Morse) Portugal : Statistics, History — Ency. Brit. xix. 636. 1885. 
Chishohn (G. 6.) The Pyrenees— Ency. Brit. xx. 124. 1886. 

Gibraltar ; its History, &c. (1886) — Her Majesty's Colonies [1599]. 
Rudler and Chisholm, Physical Features of the Iberian Peninsula, and the 

Balearic Isles ; their Inhabitants, Languages, Characteristics, Chief Towns, 

and Statistics (1885) — § 3, Stanford's Europe [1250]. 



§19— MADEIRA AND THE AZORES. 

Macham's Discovery of Madeira (about 1344)— Galvano [2142] ; Haklutt, II. 

pt. 2, p. 1 [2063] ; Major's PriTux Eenry [1362]. 
Raleigh (Sir W.) Voyage to the Azores— Hakluyt, II. ii. 120 [2063]. 
Cumberland (Earl of) Voyage to the Azores (1589) — ibid. p. 155. 
Raleigh (Sir W.) Report of the Fight about the Isles of the Azores between the 

"Revenge" (Sir Richard GrenvOle) and an Armada of the King of Spain 

(1591)— *?a. p. 169. 
Voyage of certaine Ships of London to the Azores (1591)— iJicZ. p. 176. 
Notable and memorable accidents that happened in Teroera (1589-92) — Ptjrchas, 

IV. 1672 [2075]. 
Linschotcn, Description of the Azores or Flemish Is. — ibid. p. 1667. 
Essex (Earl of) Voyage to the Azores (1597)— iJirf. p. 1935. 
Gorges (Sir Arthur) Larger relation of the said Voyage — ibid. p. 1938 ; Supi'le- 

MENT to Hakluyt [2070]. 
Voyage de la Tercere, fait par le Commandeur de Chaste — Thevenot, II. 

No. 56 [2078]. 

Pitta. — Account of the Island of Madeira. By N. C. Pitta, 
[3053] M.D. 8vo. Lond. 1812. 

History of the Azores, or Western Islands, and the Import- 
[3054] ance of these Islands to Great Britain. By Capt. 't. A. 
Maps and Plates. 4to. Lond. 1813. 

Morrell (Capt. Benj.) Account of the Azores (18.01)- § 11. Voyages [2447]. 
Hunt (C.) Description of Island of St. Mary, Azores— J. R.G.S. xv. 258. 1845. 
Hunt (C.) Description of St. Michael, Azores— J.R.G.S. xv. 268. 1845. 

Vidal (Capt. A.) Formigas Bank, near St. Mary— .T. R.G.S. xix. 160. 1849. 

Thomas (Rev. W. C.) Observations in Madeira, &c. (1864)-§ 54 [4058]. 
Description of the Azores, Madeira, &c. (1873) — Challenger Exped. 1. 175 [1694 
The Azores, or Western Islands— Ency. Beit. iii. 169 [2263]. 

K 2 



Johnston (Keith) Madeira, the Azores, &c., their Climate, Population, Produc- 
tions, &c. (1879)— §3, Stanford's Jfrim [1253]. 

Warmer Islands : Tour to Madeira, &c. (1881)— § 89. ' Pamphlets [6036]. 

Johnson (J. Yate) Madeira, its Features, Inhabitants, Climate, History, Trade, 
Commerce ; Porto Santo, and the Desertas — Enoy. Bkit. xv. 177 [2275]. 

Walker.— The Azores ; an Historical and Descriptive Account 
[3056] of the Western Islands. By W. F. Walker. 

8vo. Lond. 1886. 



§ 20 —FRANCE. 

CoRTAT (T.) Travels in France, Italy, &c. — Coryat's Crudities [2814]. 

MoRYsoN (Fynes) Travels through France, &c. — Moryson's Itinerary [2815]. 

LiTHGOVf's Travels in France, &c. — [2816]. 

Heylyn. — A Survey of the Estate of France and of some of 
[3061] the adjoyning Hands : taken in the Description of the Princi- 
pal Cities and Chief Provinces ; with the Temper, Humor, and 
Affections of the People generally ; and an Exact Accompt of 
the Publick Government in reference to the Court, the Church, 
and the Civill State. By Peter Heylyn. Small 4to. 1656. 

Skippon (Sir Philip) and Ray (John) Travels through France (1664), Chuechill 

VI. [2086] ; Harris, II. 715 [2095]. 
Tour in France and Italy by an English Gentleman (1675). — Hakleian, I. [2087]. 
Careri's Travels through France, Italy, &c. (1686)— Churchill, VI. [2086]. 
NoRTHLEiGH (John) Travels through France (1702) — ibid. p. 727. 
Burke's Reflections on the Revolution in France (1790) — [1441]. 
Hughes. — A Tour through France in 1802, with Remarks on 

[3064] the Manners, Customs, and Agriculture of the Country. 
By Eev. W. Hughes. Illustrated. 8vo. Lond. 1803. 

McQueen's Campaigns of 1812-15— [2837]. 
Steffens. — Adventures on the Road to Paris (1813-14). 

[3066] From the German of Henry Steffens. 12mo. Lond. 1861. 
Scott. — Paris Revisited in 1815, by way of Brussels and 

[3067] Waterloo. By John Scott. 8vo. Lond. 1816. 

Morgan. — France in 1829-33. By Lady Morgan. 

[3068] 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1831. 

Ansted (D. T.) A Few Days in the Camargne- Cassell, I. [2251]. 1869. 

Burke (Ulick R.) Modane and its Neighbourhood — Cassell, V. [2255]. 1873. 
Hutchinson. — Summer Holidays in Brittany. By Thomas 

[3069] J. Hutchinson. 12mo. Lond. 1876. 

Brown. — Pine Plantations on the Sand- W^astes of France. 

[3070] By J. Croumbie Brown, LL.D. 8vo. Edin. 1878. 

Stevenson. — Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes. By 

[3071] Robert Louis Stevenson. 12mo. Lond. 1879. 

Gausseron (H.) France; its Extent, Geography and Statistics, Climate, Popula- 
tion, Manufactures — Enoy. Brit. ix. 505. 1879. 
Kitchin (G. W.) History of France— Enoy. Brit. ix. 527. 1879. 
Nicol (Henry) The French Language— Enoy. Brit. ix. 629. 1879. 
Saintsbury (G.) French Literature— Enoy. Prit. ix. 637. 1879. 
Coolidge (W. k. B.) The Jura Mountains— Ency. Brit. xiii. 781. 1881. 



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FRANCE. 133 



Besant (Walter) Languedoc— Enct. Brit. xiv. 287. 1882. 

Meissas (Gaston) City of Lyons — Ency. Brit. xv. 110. 1883. 

Meissas, Marseilles ; its History and Commerce — Ency. Brit. xv. 571. 1883. 
Freeman (E. A.) The Normans and Noi-mandy — Ency. Brit. xvii. 538. 1884. 
MeLssas, Paris ; its Situation and Statistics — Ency. Brit, xviii. 274. 1885. 

St. Paul (Anthyme) History of Paris— Ency. Brit, xviii. 286. 1885. 

Briggs (H. B.) Provence— Ency. Brit. xix. 877. 1885. 

Rudler and Chisholm, France : Physical Geography and Statistics ; Characteristics 
of the People, Chief Towns, &c. (1885)— § 3. Stanford's Europe [1250]. 



§21.— SWITZERLAND. 

Hannibal's Passage of the Alps, by Prof. Paul Chaix — J.R.G.S. xxv. 182. 
Vinci's (Leonardo da) Alpine Notes— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 335. 
Coryat's, Moryson & LiTHGOw's Travels in Switzerland — [2814 16]. 
Skippon's Journey through Switzerland (1666) — Churchill, VL [2086]. 
Ray's Travels in Switzerland, &c. (1663)— Harris, II. 658 [2095]. 
Burnet's (Bishop) Travels in Switzerland (1685) — ibid. p. 590. 
Misson's Travels in Switzerland (1688) — Misson's Italy, &c. [2829J. 
Williams. — Tour in Switzerland; State of the Cantons. By 

[3085] Helen Maria Williams. 2 Yols. 8vo. Lend. 1798. 

Matthew's Tour in Switzerland, &c. — Matthew's Diary of an Invalid [2840], 
Latrobe. — The Alpenstock : Sketches of Swiss Scenery and 

[3086] Manners. Also, The Pedestrian ; a Eamble in the 

Tyrol, &c. By Charles Joseph Latrobe. 8vo. Lond. 1829-32. 

Chaix (Prof.) On the Rhone and Geneva— J.R.G.S. xiv. 322. 1844. 

Chaix (Prof.) Last Census of Switzerland— J.R.G.S. xxiv. 313. 1854. 

Chaix (Prof.) Hydrography of Valley of Arve— J.R.G.S. xxviL 227. 1857. 

Heathman. — Switzerland in 1854-55 : a Book of Travel, Men, 
[3087] and Things. By W. G. Heathman. 8vo. Lond. 1855. 

"Wylie. — Wanderings in the Valleys of the Waldenses- 
[3088] By James A. Wylie, LL.D. 12mo. Lond. 1858. 

Bremer. — Two Years in Switzerland and Italy, byFredrika 
[3089] Bremer; Tr. by M. Howitt. 2 Vols. 12mo. 1861. 

Ansted (D. T.) Mont Cenis Pass and Tunnel— Cassell, III. [2253]. 1871. 

Ball (John) The Alps ; Geography, Chief Peaks and Passes, Zones of Vegetation, 
Fauna, Flora, Population, Geology, &c. (1875)— Ency. Brit. 1. 619 [2261]. 

Raden. — Switzerland ; its Mountains and Valleys. Described 

[3091] by Woldemar Raden. Illustrated. 4to. Lond. 1878. 
Whymper. — The Ascent of the Matterhorn. With 100 

[3092] Illustrations. By E. Whymper. Med. 8vo. Lond. 1879. 
Westall. — Tales and Traditions of Switzerland. By 

[3095] William Westall. 12mo. Lond. 1882. 

Musafir's (Captain) Rambles in Alpine Lands. By Col. G. B. 

[3097] Malle-son. Illust. by G. S. Handcock. 4to. Lond. 1884. 
Berne, Canton and Capital — Ency. Brit. iii. 600. 1876. 

Freshfield (D. W.) The Eugadine— Ency. Brit. viii. 213. 1878. 

Webster (H. A.) Geneva— Ency. Brit. x. 146. 1879. 

Freshfield (D. W.) The Grisons— Ency. Brit. xi. 204. 1880. 

Ball (John) Lucerne, Lake, Canton, Town— Ency. Brit. xv. 40. 1883. 

Rudler and Chisholm, Switzerland ; Physical Features, Inhabitants, Government, 
Industries, Chief Towns, &c.(1885)— § 3. Stanford's Europe [1250]. 



134 CATALOGUE. 



§ 22.— CORSICA AND SARDINIA. 

Boswell. — ^Journal of a Tour in Corsica and Memoirs of 
[3109] Pascal Paoli. By James Boswell. 8vo. Loud. 1768. 

Benson. — Sketches of Corsica, with Outline of its History, 
[3110] Literature, &c. By Robert Benson. 8vo. Lond. 1825. 

Forester. — Rambles in Corsica and Sardinia, with Notices 
[3111] of their History, Antiquities, and Condition. By Thomas 
Forester. Illustrated. Royal 8vo. Lond. 1858. 

Corsica ; its History, &o., 1877— Ency. Beit. vi. 439 [2266]. 



§23.— ITALY, SICILY, MALTA, &c. 

Ancient Geography and Topography of Italy, Sicily, &c. — Smith's Atlas [1121]; 

BuNBUKY [1125] ; Lloyd [1119] ; Gell [3129, 3133] ; Burn [3143] ; articles 

from Ency. Beit., mentioned page 136. 
Hawkwood (Sir John) Travels and Victories, in Italy — Haklttstt, 11.70 [2062]. 
Guzman (Don Alonzo de) Adventures in Italy — Hakluyt Soc. xxii. [2141]. 
Coryat, Moryson & LiTHOow's Travels in Italy — [2814], [2815], and [2816]. 
Dayis (Williani) Eight Years in the Gallies of the Duke of Florence (1597- 

1605)— Harleian Coll. I. 475-488 [2087]. 
Tour in Italy by an English Gentleman— ibid. p. 409. 
Ray'.s Travels through Venice, Lombardy, Tuscany, Naples, Sicily, Malta, the 

Ecclesiastical States, the Grisons, Switzerland, &c. — Harris, it. 658 [2095]. 
Skippon (Sir P.) Travels in Italy, Sicily, &c.— Churchill, VI. [2086]. 
Careri (Gemelli) Travels through Italy, &c. (1686)— ibid. p. 41. 
Misson's Voyage to Italy, Germany, &c. (1688)— [2829]. 

Romanse Historiae, &c. An Exposition of the Roman Anti- 
[3115] quities. For the use of Abingdon Schoole. By Thomas 
Godwyn. 12mo. Oxford, 1638. 

Montfaucon.— Travels of the Learned Father Montfaucon 

[3118] from Paris through Italy, 1702. 12mo. Lond. 1712. 

Beckford. — Letters from Italy (1780); Spain and Portugal 

[3121] (1787). By the Author of Vathek. 2 Vols. 8vo. 1834. 

Forsyth. — Italy in 1802 and 1803 = Remarks on Antiquities, 
[3123] Arts, and Letters. By Joseph Forsyth. 8vo. Lond. 1816. 

Eustace.— A Classical Tour through Italy in 1802. By Rev. 

[3124] John Chetwode Eustace. 4 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1821. 

Hoare. — A Classical Tour through Italy and Sicily, Illus- 
[3125] trating districts not described by Mr. Eustace. By Sir 
Richard Colt Hoare. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1819. 

Chateaubriand (Viscount) Travels in Italy (1803-4)— [2835]. 

Matthew's Tour in Italy, &c. — Matthew's Diary of an Invalid [2840]. 

Allan's Mediterranean Tour ; Malta, Sicily, Italy, &c. (1842)— [2845]. 

Smedley.— Sketches from Venetian History. [By the Rev. 
[3127] Edward Smedley.] 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1831. 



ITALY, SICILY, MALTA, ETC. 136 

Rogers's Italy. Illustrated by Turner. 
[3128] 8vo. Lond. 1834. 

Gell. — Pompeiana : Topography, Edifices, and Ornaments of 
[3129] Pompeii: Results of Excavation since 1819. By Sir 
William Gell. Plates. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1835. 

Evans. — The Classic and Connoisseur in Italy and Sicily. 
[3130] By Eev. G. W. D. Evans. With an Abridgment of 
Lanzi's History of Painting. 3 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1835. 

Angas. — Ramble in Malta and Sicily, 1841. By George 
[3132] French Angas. Illustrated. Imp. 8vo. Lond. 1842. 

Gell. — Topography of Rome and its Vicinity. Edited 
[3133] by E. H. Bunbury. 8vo. Lond. 1846. 

Cochrane. — Young Italy. By Alexander Baillie-Cochrane. 
[3134] 12mo. Lond. 1850. 

Ruskin. — The Stones of Venice : the Foundations — the Sea- 
[3136] Stories— the Fall. 3 Vols. Imp. 8vo. Lond. 1874. 

Gretton. — The Englishwoman in Italy : Impressions of Life 
[3137] in the Roman States and Sardinia during a Ten Years' 
Residence. By Mrs. G. Gretton. 12mo. Lond. [1862]. 

Moens. — English Travellers and Italian Brigands : a Nar- 
[3138] rative of Capture and Captivity. 2 Vols. 12mo. 1866. 

Dyer. — The Ruins of Pompeii : Photographic Views ; with 
[3139] a History of the Destruction of the City, and Descriptions 
of its Remains. By T. H. Dyer. 4to. Lond. 1866. 

Mullooly. — Brief Notice of Ancient Paintings in the 
[3140] Basilica of S. Clement, Rome. By Rev. Joseph Mullooly. 
With 22 Photographs. Folio. Rome, 1868. 

Seddall. —Malta, Past and Present ; a History of Malta from 
[3141] the Days of the Phoenicians. 8vo. Lond. 1870. 

Rome and United Italy— Cassell, II. [2252]. 1870. 

Ansted (D. T.) River Basin of the Po— Cassell, II. [2252]. 1870. 

Gulf of Spezia— Cassell, III. [2253]. 1871. 

Venice, Historical and Descriptive — Cassell, III. [2253]. 1871. 

Venice and its Architecture — Cassell, III. [2253]. 1871. 

James (Prosser) Visit to Rome — Cassell, III. [2253]. 1871. 

Burke (Ulick R.) Venice to Florence— Cassell, V. [2255]. 1873. 

Adams. — Venice, the Queen of the Adriatic, Past and 
[3142] Present. By W. H. D. Adams. 12mo. Lond. 1872. 

CusT (A.) Rambles in Rome— Cassell, VI. [2256]. 1874. 

Burn. — Rome and the Campagna: Historical Description of 
[3143] the Site, Buildings, and Neighbourhood of Ancient Rome. 
By Robert Burn, M.A. Plates. 4to. Lond. 1875. 

Davies. — The Pilgrimage of the Tiber. With some Account 
[3144] of its Tributaries. By Wm. Davies. 8vo. Lond. 1875. 

Burton.- — Etruscan Bologna : a Study of Etruscan Plastic and 
[3145] Pictorial Art. By Sir E. F. Burton. 8vo. Lond. 1876. 



136 



CATALOGUE. 



Bent. — Genoa : How the Republic Rose and Fell. By J. Theodore 
[3147] Bent. Illustrated. 8vo. Lond. 1881. 

Eudler (F. W.), Chisholm (G. G.), and Ramsay (Sir A.C.), The Italian Peninsula ; 
its Physical Features, Extent, Hydrography, Geology, Minerals, Climate, 
Flora and Fauna ; the People, their Character, Habits, Education, Trade, 
Commerce, Chief Towns, &c. (1885) — § 3 Stanford's Europe [1250]. 

Murray (A. S.) and Deecke (Dr. W.) Etruria— Ency. Brit. viii. 633. 1878. 

Rodwell (G. F.) Etna and its Eruptions— Ency. Brit. viii. 627. 1878. 

Homer (the Misses) Florence — Ency. Brit. ix. 330. 1879. 

Barnabei (Prof. E.) Heroulaneum — Ency. Brit. xi. 723. 1880. 

Hiibner (Prof. E.) Roman Inscriptions — Enoy. Brit. xiii. 124. 1881. 

Bunbury (B. H.) Italy : Geography— Ency. Brit. xiii. 434. 1881. 

Webster (H. A.) Italy: Statistics— Ency. Brit. xiii. 448. 1881. 

Symonds (J. A.) History of Italy— Ency. Brit. xiii. 467. 1881. 

Bunbury (E. H.) Latium— Ency. Brit. xiv. 343. 1882. 

Rodwell (G. F.) Lipari Islands— Ency. Brit. xiv. 682. 1882. 

Smith (Miss L. T.) Malta and its Antiquities— Ency. Brit. xv. 839. 1883. 

Bay and City of Naples, 1884— Ency. Brit. xvii. 187. 1884. 

Freeman (E. A. ) Palermo : History, &c. — Ency. Brit, xviii. 169. 1885. 
Villari (Prof Pasquale) Pisa : History and Architecture — Ency. Beit. xix. 119. 

Bunbury (E. H. ) Pompeii— Ency. Brit. xix. 444. 1885. 
Hodgkin (Thomas) Ravenna : its Art and History — Ency. Brit. xx. 296. 1886. 

Villari (Prof.) Rimini and its History — Ency. Beit. xx. 555. 1886. 

Pelham (H. F.) Rome : Ancient History— Ency. Brit. xx. 731. 1886. 
Villari (Prof) Rome : History, Mediaeval and Recent — Ency. Brit. xx. 782. 1886. 
Middleton (Henry) Rome : Topography and Archaeology — Ency. Brit. xx. 807. 
Malta, Gozo, and Comino (1886) — Hee Majesty's Colonies [1599]. 



§24.— HOLLAND, BELGIUM, THE RHINE, AND GERMANY. 

Henry IV. (King) Voyage into Prussia and Letto (1890)— Hakltjyt, I. 122. 

Thomas of Woodstock, Duke of Gloucester, Voyage into Prussia (1391) — ibid. 123. 

Coeyat's Travels in Germany, the Netherlands, &c. — [2814]. 

Fynes Moeyson, Itinerary in Germany, &c. — [2815]. 

Lithgow's Peregrinations in Germany, &c. — [2816]. 

Overbury (Sir Thomas) Observations in his Travels upon the State of the 

Seventeen Provinces [of the Netherlands] 1609— Harlby, I. 251 [2087]. 
Ray (John) Travels through the Low Countries and Germany (1663) — Haeeis, 

II. 641 [2095]. 
Browne's (Edward) Voyage from England to Holland, and Journey through the 

Electorates of Cologne, Treves, and Mentz, the Lower and Upper Palatinate, 

Bavaria, and Austria to Vienna, &c. (1668) — ibid p. 741. 
Misson's Travels through Holland, the Spanish Low Countries, Germany, &c. 

(1687-88)— i6i(i. pp. 521-590 ; also [2829]. 
Skippon (Sir Philip) Journey through the Low Countries, Germany, &c. 

(1663-66)— Churchill, VI. 359-736 [2086]. 
Careri (Gemelli) Travels through the Netherlands, &c. (1686) — ibid. p. 41. 
Temple (Sir Win.) Observations upon the United Provinces — § 6 [1418]. 

Description of Holland, with Directions for Travelling into 
[3160] Germany, &c. 12mo. Amsterdam, 1744. 

Coriat Junior. Cursory Remarks and Critical Observations made 
[3161] upon a Journey through the Netherlands (1766). [By 
Samuel Paterson.] 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1767. 



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137 



Carr. — Travels Round the Baltic, through Denmark, Sweden, 
[3162] Russia, Prussia, andj Part of Germany, 1804. Tour 
through Holland, and Up the Rhine, 1806. By Sir John 
Carr. 2 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1805-7. 

Bramsen (John) Travels through Germany, &c. (1814)— [2839]. 

James. — ^Tour in Germany, Sweden, Prussia, and Poland 
[3163] (1813). ByJ. T.James. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1819. 

Webster (James) Notes on the Netherlands, &c. (1825) — [3255], 

Head. — Bubbles from the Brunnen of Nassau. By Sir 
[3164] Francis Head. 12mo. Lond. 1833. 

Barrow's Tour in the Northern Tyrol, Bavaria, &c. (1840) — [2844]. 

Blaze de Bury. — Germania ; its Courts, Camps, and People. 
[3167] By Baroness Blaze de Bury. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1850. 

Baur. — Life in Germany, during the War of Independence. By 
[3170] W. Baur. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1870. 

Ansted (D. T.) From Alsace to the Hartz— Cassell, II. [2252]. 1870. 

Alsace and Lorraine — Cassell, II. [2252]. 1870. 

Gladstone (George) A Visit to Upper Silesia — Cassell, IV. [2254]. 1872. 

Morgan (E. Delmar) Visit to Nuremburg— Cassell, VI. [2255]. 1874. 

The Grand Duchy of Baden— Ency. Brit. iii. 224. 1875. 

Bavaria ; its Physical Features, Manufactures, Government, Population, 
Revenue, &o. — Ency. Beit. iii. 450. 1875. 

Kay (David) Belgium : its Topography, Climate, Population, Government, 
Religion, Education, Judicial System, Agriculture, Manufactures, Railways, 
History and Statistics — Ency. Brit. iii. 514 — 531. 1875. 

DAVIE.S (G. P.) Berlin, its Buildings, Population, &c. — Ency. Bkit. iii. 593. 1875. 

Brussels — Enct. Beit. iv. 405. 1876. 

Bartley. — The Rhine, from its Source to the Sea. From the 
[3714] German. With 425 Illustrations. 4to. Lond. 1878. 



Present. By Sabine 
12mo. Lond. 1879. 



and North Germany — 
12mo. Lond. v. d. 



Baring-Gould. — Germany ; Past and 
[3176] Baring-Gould. 2 Vols. 

Vizetelly. — Berlin, under the New Empire ; its Institutions, 
[3177] Inhabitants, Industry, Monuments, Museums, Social Life. 
&c. By Henry Vizetelly. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1879. 

Murray. — Hand-Books: The Rhine 
[3179] Southern Germany. 

Wagner (H.) Germany : Geography and Statistics — Ency. Brit. x. 447. 1879. 

Sime (James) History of Germany — Ency. Brit. x. 473. 1879. 

Sievers (Prof. E.) The German Language — Ency. Brit. x. 514. 1879. 

Sime (James) German Literature — Ency. Brit. x. 522. 1879. 

Brown (Robt.) Heligoland— Ency. Brit. xi. 630. 1880. 

Jung (Dr. E.) and Sime (James) Hanover (1880)— Ency. Brit. xi. 446. 1880. 

Webster (H. A.) Hamburg and its Commerce — Ency. Brit. xi. 404. 1880. 
Kan (Prof. C. M.) Holland: Geography and Statistics— Ency. Beit. xii. 59. 1881. 

Kitchin (Rev. G. W. ) History of Holland— Ency. Brit. xii. 69. 1881. 

Pauli (Dr. R.) Lorraine- Ency. Brit. xv. 4. 1883. 

Muirhead (J. F.) Mechlenburg— Ency. Brit. xv. 774. 1883. 

Muirhead— The Grand Duchy of Oldenburg— Ency. Brit. xvii. 756. 1884. 



188 CATALOGUE. 



Muirhead, Prussia : History, Geography, Statistics — Ency. Brit. xx. 1. 1886. 

Muirhead, The Rhine — Ency. Brit. xx. 518. 1886. 

Heligoland (1886) — Her Majesty's Colonies [1599]. 

Rudler and Chisholm, Germany and the Netherlands : Physical Features, Produc- 
tions, Peoples, Governments, Condition, National Traits, Statistics, Chief 
Towns, &c. (1885)— I 3, Stanford's Europe [1250]. 

§ 25.— AUSTRIA, HUNGARY, TRANSYLVANIA, DALMATIA, &.C. 

Edmund and Edward (Princes) Voyage into Hungary (1017)— Hakluyt, I. 9. 

Robert Ketenensis' Voyage to Dalmatia, Greece, &c. (1143)— Hakluyt, 11.16. 

Schimmer.— The Sieges of Vienna by the Turks. From 

[3189] the German of Karl Schimmer,&c. 12mo. Lond. 1847. 

Merin's (John Baptist) Journey to the Mines in Hungary (1615)— Churchill, 
IV. 762 [2084]. 

Blount's Travels through Dalmatia, Hungary, Greece, &c. [2819]. 

Browne's Description of Hungary and the Quicksilver Mines in Friuli, Styria, 

Carinthia, and Camiola, &c. (1668)— Harris, II. 759-781 [2095]. 
Clarke's Travels in Transylvania, Hungary, &c. (1802)— [2832]. 
Bramsen (John) Travels through Germany, Hungary, &c. (1814) — [2839]. 
Barrow's Tour in Austrian Lombardy, the Northern Tyrol, &c. (1840) — [2844]. 
Allan's Mediterranean Tour; Malta, Dalmatia, Turkey, &c. — [2845]. 
Fortis. — Travels in Dalmatia and the Neighbouring Islands. 
[3190] By the AhU Alberto Fortis. 4to. Lond. 1778. 

Kohl. — Austria : Account of a Tour through Bohemia, Austria- 
[3191] Hungary, &c. Remarks on the Bukovina, Galicia, and 
Moravia. 8vo. Lond. 1843. 

Wilkinson. — Dalmatia and Montenegro : with a Journey 
[3193] to Mostar in Herzegovina. By Sir J. Gardner Wilkinson. 

2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1848. 
Bury (Baroness Blaze de) Personal Experiences of the Courts, Camps, and Peoples 
of Austria. Prussia, Bavaria, Bohemia, Hungary, Croatia, Servia, Italy, &c. 
— § 24, Oermania [3167]. 

^A/enkste^n. — History of the War in Hungary, 1848-49. 

[3195] By Otto Wenkstern. 12mo. Lond. 1859. 

Paton.— The Danube and the Adriatic ; Hungary, Transyl- 

[3196] vania, Dalmatia, Croatia, Servia, and Bulgaria. By A. A. 

Paton. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1862. 

Boner. — Transylvania ; its Products and its People. By 

[3197] Charles Bonen 8vo. Lond. 1865. 

Patterson. — The Magyars ; their Country and Institutions. 

[3199] By A. J. Patterson. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1869. 

Busk (E. H.) Lakes of Western Hungary— Cass ell, II. [2252]. 1870. 

Burton (R. F.) Visit to Lissa and Pelagosa— J.R.G.S. xlix. 15i. 1879. 

Gladstone (George) Cracow and the Salt Mines of Wieliczka — Cassell, V. 187S. 

Cust (A.) Fortnight among the Dolomites — Cassell, VI. 1874. 

Magyarland ; Narrative of Travels through the Snowy Carpathians 
[3200] and Great Alfold of the ]SIagyar. By a Fellow of the 
Carpathian Society. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1881. 

Kay (David) Austria-Hungary : Physical Features, Climate, Divisions, Popula- 
tion, Agriculture, Manufactures, Commerce, Government, History, &c. (1875) 
—Ency. Brit. iii. 115-141 [2263]. 



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139 



Dalmatia : its Extent, History, Population, &o. — Ency. Brit. vi. 783. 1877. 
Evans (A. J.) Herzegovina : its Features, Population, &c. — Enct. Brit. xi. 1880. 
Butler (E. D.) Hungary: Geography and Statistics, History and Literature — 
Enct. Brit. xii. 361. 1881. 

Ramsay (W. M.) Illyria— Enct. Brit. xii. 709. 1881. 

Webster (H. A.) Montenegro and the Montenegrins — Enot. Bbit. xvi 779. 1883. 
Muiihead (J. F.) Prague— Ency. Brit. xix. 657. 1885. 

Rudler and Chisholm, The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy : its Extent, Inhabitants, 
Physical Features of the Country, &o. — § 3, Stanford's Europe [1250]. 



§26.-TURKEY IN EUROPE; 

ROUMANIA, BULGARIA, SERVIA, ALBANIA, GREECE, THE 
ARCHIPELAGO, AND CYPRUS. 

*,» For Asia Minor see §47, pp. 174 to 177. 

Ancient Geography of Greece — Rawlinson's Hkrodotits [1120] ; Vaux [1124] ; 

BuNBURT [1125] ; Ranke [1127] ; Duncker [1128] ; Hyde Clarke [1129]. 
Voyage of certain Englishmen sent by the French King to Constantinople, unto 

Justinian the Emperor, about a.d. 500 — Haklutt, II. 4 [2062]. 
Erioen (John) Voyage to Athens, a.d. 885 — ibid. p. 5. 
Benjamin of Tudela, Account of Constantinople, 12th century — [2802]. 
Voyage of three Ambassadors sent in the time of Edward the Confessor to 

Constantinople and Ephesus (1056)— Hakluyt, II. 7 [2062]. 

Robert Ketenensis, Voyage to Dalmatia, Greece, and Asia (1143) — ibid. p. 16. 

Richard I., Voyage to the Levant, Taking of Cyprus, &c. (1191) — ibid. p. 24. 

Loss of Cyprus, Rhodes, &c., to the Turks (1522) — ibid. pp. 72-95. 

English Trading Voyages to the Levant, Candia, and Chio (1511) — ibid. p. 96. 

Hareborne (Ambassador), Voyage to Constantinople (1582) — ibid. p. 165. 

Voyage of Five Merchant Ships to Turkey (1586)— iii(i. p. 285. 

Hareborne's Travels Overland, Constantinople to London (1588) — ibid. p. 289. 

Wrao (R.) Voyage to Constantinople, &c. (1593)— idiU p. 303. 

Nicholay's Travels to Turkey, Account of Greece, &c. (1551) — Harley, I. [2087]. 

Newberie (John) Travels in Turkey (1580-82)— Purchas, II. (1410) [207!!]. 

Barton (Edward) Journey to Constantinople (1596)— iJic?. p. 1345. 

Withers (Robert) Description of the Grand Signior's Seraglio — ibid. p. 1580. 

Sanderson (John) Voyages and Description of Constantinople (1584-1602) — 
ibid. p. 1614. 

OsMAN (Sultan) Letter to His Majesty, James I. — ibid. p. 1612. 
Sandt's (George) Observations on the Turkish Empire (1610)— iftirf. p. 1274. 
Coryat's (Tom) Travels and Observations in Constantinople (1612)— [2814]. 
LiTHOow's Travels in Candia, Greece, &o. (1612) — [2816]. 

Belon's Remarks on the Island of Crete, Mount Athos, Constantinople, the Gold 
and Silver Mines of Macedonia, &c. — Ray [2080]. 

Vernon (Francis) Travels from Venice through Istria, Dalmatia, Greece, and the 
Archipelago to Smyrna — ibid. 

Greaves (John) Latitude of Constantinople and Rhodes — ibid. 

Smith (Thomas) Historical Observations relating to Constantinople ; and an 

Account of the City of Prflsa in Bithynia — ibid. 
Anoelos (Chr.) Condition of Life in which the Greeks now live; their Fasts, 

Feasts, and other Observations — Ptirchas, I. pt. i. 154 [2071]. 



140 



CATALOGUE. 



RoLAMB (Swedish Ambassador) Journey to Constantinople and Account of the 

Turkish Monarchy (1656-57)— Churchill, V. 669-716 [2085]. 
Browne's Travels in Thessaly (1668), with Description of Larissa, &c. — Harris, 

II. 765 [2095]. 
Careri (Gemelli) Voyage from Naples to Sicily, Turkey, &c. (1693-94)— 

Churchill, IV. 1-103 [2084]. 
General Account of the Turkish Empire — Harleian Coll. I. 501 [2087]. 
Lettres Edifiantes et Curieuses, ecritea des Missions fltrangeres : the Levant, 

Turkey, Greece, &c. [2098]. 
Roberts's Adventures among the Corsairs of the Levant (1692-96) — [2326]. 
Blount (H.) Voyage into the Levant by way of Venice, Dalmatia, Hungary, 

Greece, and Egypt to Cairo (1634-35)— [2819] ; Harley, I. 511—552 [2087]. 
Thevbnot (John) Travels from Italy to Constantinople (1655) ; Account.of the 

Turks ; of Christians and Jews subject to the Grand Signior ; of Islands in 

the Archipelago, &c., with Accounts from Wheeler and Lebruu — [2822] ; 

Harris, II. 790 [2095]. 

Dapper. — Description des Isles de I'Archipel ; Chypre, 

[3208] Rhodes, Candie, Samos, Chio, Negrepont, Lemnos, Patmos, 
&c. Maps and Views. Folio. Amsterdam, 1703. 

Clarke's Travels in Greece, Egypt, the Holy Land, Turkey, Transylvania, and 
Hungary (1801-2)— [2832]. 

Hobhouse. — ^Journey through Albania and other Provinces 
[3209] of Turkey, 1809-10. By John Cam Hobhouse [Lord 
Broughton]. Coloured plates. 2 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1818. 
Bramsen (John) Travels to the Morea, Greece, &c. (1814)— [2839]. 
Webster (James) Travels through Turkey, Egypt, .&c. (1825-28)— [3255]. 

Turner. — Journal of a Tour in the Levant, Turkey, &c. 

[3210] By William Turner. 3 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 3 820. 

Rae Wilson's Travels in Egypt, Turkey, Greece, Ionian Islands, &c.— [3878]. 
Williams. — Select Views [64] in Greece with Classical 

[3211] Illustrations. By H. W. Williams. 2 Vols. 4to. 1829. 
Hughes. — Travels in Greece and Albania. By Rev. T. S. 

[3212] Hughes. Second Edition. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1830. 
Alexander.— Travels to the Seat of War in the East 

[3213] [Turkey] through Russia and the Crimea, 1829. By [Gen.] 
Sir J. E. Alexander. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1830. 

Trant. — Narrative of a Journey through Greece, 1830, with 

[3214] Remarks on the Naval and Military Power of the Ottoman 
Empire. By Capt. T. A. Trant. 8vo. Lond. 1830. 

Martin (R. M.) The Ionian Islands, &c.— Brit. Col. Lib. VII. [1349], also 

[1347] and [1348]. 
Allan (John H.) Pictorial Tour in the Mediterranean, Turkey, Greece, &;c. [2845]. 
Warburton (Eliot) The Crescent and the Cross— [3883]. 
Kinglake. — Eothen : Travels in the East. By Alexander 

[3217] William Kinglake. Svo. Lond. 1846. 

Curzon. — Visits to the Monasteries of the Levant. By 

[3218] Hon. Robert Curzon (Lord Zouche). 8vo. Lond. 1849. 
Macfarlane. — Turkey and its Destiny: Results of an 

[3219] Examination of the state of that Country in 1847-48. 
By Charles Macfarlane. 2 Vols. Svo. Lond. 1850. 



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Monk. — The Golden Horn, and Sketches in Asia Minor, Egypt, 
[3220] Syria. By C. J. Monk. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1851. 

Lear. — ^Journals of a Landscape Painter in Albania, &c. 
[3221] By Edward Lear. Imp. 8vo. Lond. 1851. 

Paton (A. A.) Modern History of Servia, Bulgaria, &c.— [3196]. 

Ubicini. — Letters on Turkey : Account of the Religious, 
[3222] Political, Social, and Commercial Condition of the Ottoman 
Empire. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1856. 

About. — Le Roi des Montagues [Greek Brigandage]. Par 
[3223] Edmond About. 12mo.- Paris, 1868. 

Ansted. — The Ionian Islands in 1863 : Results of a Visit. By 
[3224] Prof. D. T. Ansted. 8vo. Lond. 1863. 

Spratt. — Travels and Researches in Crete. By Captain 
[3225] T. A. B. Spratt, R.N. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1865. 

Farley. — Modern Turkey [Syria, Turkey in Europe and Asia]. 
[3226] By J. Lewis Farley. 8vo. Lond. 1872. 

Barkley. — Between the Danube and Black Sea; Five Years 
[3227] in Bulgaria. By H. C. Barkley. 12mo. Lond. 1876. 

Barkley. — Bulgaria Before the War. Seven Years' Experience 
[3228] of Turkey and its Inhabitants. 12mo. Lond. 1877. 

Mill. — The Ottomans in Europe : a Solution of the Eastern 
[3229] Question. By John Mill. Svo. Lond. 1876. 

MacColl. — The Eastern Question; its Facts and Fallacies. 
[3230] By Malcolm MacColl. 8vo. Lond. 1877. 

Mackenzie. — Travels in the Sclavonic Provinces of Turkey. 
[3231] By Muir Mackenzie and A. P. Irby. 2 Vols. Svo. 1877. 

Baker. — Turkey in Europe. By Lieut.-Col. James Baker. 
[3232] Svo. Lond. 1877. 

Blunt. — The People of Turkey; Twenty Years' Residence 
[3234] among Bulgarians, Greeks, Albanians, Turks, and Arme- 
nians. By a Consul's Daughter and Wife [Mrs. J. E. Blunt]. 

2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1878. 

Sergeant. — New Greece. By Lewis Sergeant. 
[3236] Svo. Lond. 1879. 

Baker. — Cyprus as I saw it in 1879. By Sir S. W. Baker. 

[3237] ' Svo. Lond. 1879. 

Menzies. — Turkey, Old and New; Historical, Geographical, 
[3238] Statistical. By Sutherland Menzies. 2 Vols. Svo. 1880. 

Samuelson. — Roumania, Past and Present. By James 
[3240] Samuelson. Maps, Photographs, <fec. Svo. Lond. [1886]. 

Eudler and Chisholm, The Balkan Peninsula, Ionian Islands, Cyprus, &c., their 
Physical and Natural Features and Inhabitants, Government, Chief Towns, 
Trade, &c. (1885)— § 3, Stanford's Europe [1250]. 



142 



CATALOGUE. 



"Wolfe (Lieut. J.) Observations of the Gulf of Arta, 1830— J.R.G.S. iii. 77. 1833, 

Smith (Webber) Mount Athos and its Monasteries — J.R.G.S. vii. 61. 1837. 

Baker (Lt.-Col.) Northern Frontier of Greece— .J.R.G.S. vii. 81. 1837. 

Struve (F.G.W.) Astronomical Positions in Turkey, &c.— J.R.G.S. viii. 406. 1838. 

Peytier (M.) Geographical Positions in Eastern Greece — J.R.G.S. viii. 423. 1838. 

Karaczay (Count) Account of Albania — J.R.G.S. xii. 45. 1842. 

Spratt (Capt.) The Isthmus of Mount Athos— J.R.G.S. xvii. 145. 1847. 

Graves (Capt. T.) The Isle of Skyros— J.R.G.S. xix. 152. 1849. 

Leycester (Lieut.) Volcanic Group of Santorin or Thera — J.R.G.S. xx. 1. 1850. 

Leycester (Lieut. )Volcanic Group of Milo— J.R.G.S. xxii. 201. 1852. 

Joehmus (Gen.) Journey to Balkan or Mount Hsemus — J.R.G.S. xxiv. 36. 1854. 

Spratt (Capt.) Letter on Crete— J.R.G.S. xxiv. 238. 1854. 

Spratt (Capt.) Route from the Danube to Black Sea— J.R.G.S. xxvi. 203. 1856. 

Gardner (Samuel) Gipsies in Moldavia— P. R.G.S. i. 37 1857. 

Skene (J. H. ) Remarkable Localities, Coast of Epirus— J.R.G.S. xviii. 139. 1858. 

Brine (Capt. Lindsay) Visit to Santorin or Thera— P. R.G.S. x. 317. 1866. 

Stuart (Major R.) Geography and Resources of Epirus — J.R.G.S. xxxix. 276. 1869. 

Boyd (Nelson) The Danubian Principalities (Roumania) — Cassell, III. 1871. 

Lyons (F. A.) Notes on Albania— Cassell, IV. [2254]. 1872. 

Bonwick (James) Stranded in the Hellespont— Cassell, V. [2255]. 1873. 

Albania : its Geography, Inhabitants, &c.— Ency. Brit. i. 447. 1874. 

Hicks (Rev. E. L.) Athens, History and Topography of— Ency. Bkit. iii. 1. 1875. 

Tozer (Rev. H. F.) Attica : its Topography, &c.— Ency. Brit. iii. 57. 1875. 

Curtis (Rev. C. G.) Constantinople, and its History — Ency. Brit. vi. 302. 1877. 

Bunbury (E. H.) Crete : its Geography, History, &c.— Ency. Bkit. vi. 569. 1877. 

Bunbury (E. H.) Cyprus : its Geography, History, &c.— Ency. Bkit. vi. 747. 1877. 

Tozer (Rev. H. F.) Euboea— Ency. Brit. viii. 647. 1878. 

Thomson (J.) Journey through Cyprus— P. R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 97. 1879. 

Rae (John) Greece : its Geography and Statistics — Ency. Brit. xi. 80. 1880. 

Hicks (Rev. E. L. ) Greek Inscriptions — Ency. Brit. xiii. 121. 1881. 

The Ionian Islands and their History— Ency. Brit. xiii. 205. 1881. 

Tozer (Rev. H. F.) Macedonia— Ency. Brit. xv. 136. 1883. 

Bunbury (E. H.) Rhodes- Ency. Brit. xx. 525. 1886. 



§27.— RUSSIA IN EUROPE AND POLAND. 

Slavia in the 10th and 11th cent. — Lelewel, Oeog. du Moyen Age, iii. [1172]. 
Marriage of the daughter of Harold (of England) to Jeruslaus Duke of Russia in 

his own Country, 1067— Hakluyt, I. 16 [2061]. 
Voyage of an Englishman into Russia, Poland, &c., 1243 — ibid. p. 20. 
Herbenstein (Baron) Notes upon Russia (1517-26) — Hakluyt Soc. [2122]. 
Jenkinson and others, Voyages into Russia (1557-71) — Hakluyt, I. 310 [2061] ; 

Purchas, III. [2074] ; Thevenot, I. No. 6 [2077] ; Hakluyt Soc. [2184]. 
Fletcher (Giles) Of Russia and adjoining Regions (1588) — Hakluyt Soc. [2132]. 
Horsey (Sir Jerome) Travels in Russia (1584-91) — ibid. 
Bond (E. A.) Russia at the close of the 16th century — ibid. 
Sherley (Sir Anthony) Travels through Russia (1601) — PuRCHAS, II. 1407. 
Muscovy Co.'s Voyages toAVhiteSea, &c. (1553-1622)— Purchas, III. 462 [2074]. 
Broniovius (Martin) Chersonesus Taurica, and the Crim Tartars — ibid. p. 625. 
Barbaro (Josafa) Travels in Ru.ssia, Poland, Georgia, &c. (1436-52)— Hakluyt 

Soc. [2161]. 
CoNTARiNl (Ambrosio) Travels in Poland, Russia, &c. (1474-77) — ibid. 
Observations on Russia from English Ambassadors and other Travellers (1570- 

1615)— iJii. p. 738. 
Contract between the Emperor of Russia and King of Sweden (1616) — ibid. p. 792. 
Ftnes Moryson's Itinerary in Poland, Germany, &c. [2815]. 



RUSSIA AND POLAND. 



143 



Relation of the Cossacks, with Life of Kinielniski— Thevenot, I. No. 2 [2077]. 
LucA (John de) Relation of the Crim-Tartai-s, Circassians, &c. — ibid. No. 3. 
Beauplan's Description of Ukraine and the Cossacks, Crim Tartary, &c. (1640) — 

Churchill, I. 515-551 [2081] ; Harris, II. 516 [2095]. 
De la Neuville. — An Account of Muscovy in 1689, Czar 

[3251] Peter and his People. 12mo. Lond. 1699. 

Description of Muscovy ; its Extent, People, their Religion, Government, Military 

Affairs, &c (1696)— Harleian Coll. I. 239-250 [2087]. 
Conner (Bernard) Account of the Kingdom of Poland — Harris, II. 508 [2095]. 
Rudbeck (Olof) Journey into Finland— [2893]. 

History of Poland, from its Origin as a Nation to 1795. 
[3252] 8vo. Lond. 1795. 

Clarke's Travels in Russia, Crim Tartary, Turkey, &c. (1800)— [2882]. 
Carr (Sir John) Visit to Russia (1804)— [3162]. 

Burnett. — View of the Present State of Poland. By 

[3253] George Burnett. 12mo. Lond. 1807. 

Holderness. — New Russia : Journey from Riga to the Crimea ; 

[3254] with Account of the Colonization and the Colonists. By 
Mary Holderness. Svo. Lond. 1823. 

Webster. — -Travels through the Crimea, Turlsey, and Egypt, 

[3255] 1825-28. By James Webster. With Memoir, Notes on 
the Netherlands, and History of the Russian Conspiracy in 
1825. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1830, 

Humboldt's Travels in Asiatic Russia (1829)— § 5 [1350]. 
Fletcher. — History of Poland, with Narrative of Recent Events. 

[3257] By James Fletcher. 8vo. Lond. 1831. 

Murchison (Sir R.) Geology of Russia and the Ural — § 7 [1647]. 
Letters from the Shores of the Baltic (1840). By a Lady 

[3258] [Miss Rigby, Lady Eastlalie]. 12mo. Lond. 1846. 

Livonian Tales, by the Author of "Letters from the Baltic" 

[3259] (1846). New Edition. 12mo. Lond. 1861. 

Maxwell. — The Czar ; his Court and People ; a Tour in Norway, 

[3260] &c. By J. S. Maxwell. 12mo. New Yorli, 1848. 

The Englishwoman in Russia. By a Lady [Miss E. McCoy] 

[3261] Ten Years Resident in that Country. 12mo. Lond. 1855. 
Grant. — The Crimea, Historical and Descriptive Sketch of. 

[3262] By Anthony Grant. 12mo. Lond. 1855. 

Tilley. — Eastern Europe and Western Asia ; Sketches of 

[3264] Russia, Greece, &c. By H. A. Tilley. 12mo. Lond. 1864. 
Wallace. — Russia. By D. Mackenzie Wallace. 

[3267] 2 Vols. 8vo. 

Edwards. — The Russians at Home and 

[3268] Sutherland Edwards. 2 Vols. 12mo. 

Du Chaillu's Journey tlirough Finland— [2908]. 
Rae (Edw. ) Journey in Russian Lapland and Karelia — [2909]. 
Rudler and Chisholm, Russia ; Physical Features, Geology, Resources, Races, 
Government, Religion, Languages, &c. (1885) — Stanford's Europe [1250]. 

Morrison. — Sketches in Russia. By a Rambling Victorian 
[3269] (A. F. Morrison). 12mo. Melbourne, 1886. 

Goodenough (Dr. E.) Black Sea Voyage of the " Blonde "— J.R.G.S. 1. 101. 1831. 
Jackson (Col.) Congelation of the Neva— J.R.G.S. v. 1. 1835. 



Lond. 1878. 
Abroad. By 

Lond. 1879. 



144 CATALOGUE. 



Level of the Black and Caspian Seas— J.R.G.S. vi. 426. 1836. 
Humboldt (Baron) Level of the Black and Caspian Seas— J.R.G.S. viii. 135. 1838. 

Murchison (Sir R.I.) Ural Mountains— J.R.G.S. xiii. 269. 1843. 

Maiden (Prof. H.) Lower CoTsse of the Dnieper— J. R. G. S. xv. 351. 1845. 
Ural Mountains: Extracts from M. Hoffman's Reports— J.R.G.S. xix. 31. 1849. 

Osborn (Sherard) The Sea and Coasts of Azov— J.R.G.S. xxvii. 133. 1857. 

Spratt, Remarks on Serpent Island, Black Sea — J.R.G.S. xxvii. 220. 1857. 

Andreyeff (A.) Survey of Lake Ladoga— P. R.G.S. xiii. 375. 1869. 

Markham (C. R.) Valley of the Don— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 675. 1879. 

UowTS, (Nicholas) A Journey on the Volga — Cassell, II. [2252]. 1870. 

Morgan (Delmar) The Baltic Province.s of Russia— Cassell, III. [2253]. 1871. 

MiCHELL (Robert) Journey from Kazan to Orenburgh — Cassell, V. 1873. 

To Kief in the Posting Days— Cassell, V. [2255]. 1873. 

Garden (Mrs. M. G. Hogg) Trip to Livonia and Back — Cassell, VI. 1874. 

Bunbury (E. H.) Ciroassia— Ency. Brit. v. 787. 1876. 

Telfer (J. B.) The Crimea : its Geography, &c.— Ency. Brit. vi. 585. 1877. 

Keltic (J. S.) Finland— Enct. Brit. ix. 216, 1879. 

Kropotkine (P. A.) Lithuania— Ency. Brit. xiv. 701. 1882. 

Kropotkine, Moscow : City and Province — Enoy. Brit. xvi. 855. 1883. 

Kropotkine, Nijni Novgorod ; Odessa — Ency. Brit. xvii. 500, 724. 1884. 

Kropotkine, Pemi^ENOY. Brit, xviii. 549. 1885. 

Morfill (W. R.) Poland and the Poles— Ency. Beit. xix. 285. 1885. 

Kropotkine, Russian Poland — Ency. Brit. xix. 306. 1885. 

TRAVELS IN ASIATIC COUNTRIES. 

§28.— THE CAUCASUS. 

Barbaro (Josafa) Travels through Georgia, &o. (1436-52)— Hakluyt Soc. [2161]. 
Chardin (Sir John) Travels through Circassia, Armenia, &c. to Persia (1672) — 

[3701]. 
Englemann (P. F.) Russian Embassy through the Caucasus to Persia, 1785 — 

Murray, Asia, III. 400 [1344]. 

Klaproth. — Travels in the Caucasus and Georgia, 1807-8. 

[3273] By Julius von Klaproth. 4to. Lend. 1814. 

Haxthausen. — Transcaucasia : Sketches of the Nations 

[3274] between the Black Sea and Caspian. 8vo. Lond. 1854. 
Freshfield. — Travels in the Central Caucasus and Bashan. 

[3275] By Douglas W. Freshfield. 8vo. Lond. 1869. 

Mounsey.^ — A Journey through the Caucasus, and the 

[3277] Interior of Persia. By A. H. Mounsey. 8vo. 1872. 
Cunynghame. — Travels in the Eastern Caucasus, Dag- 

[3278] hestan, and on the Frontiers of Persia and Turkey, 1871. 
By Lieut. Sir A. T. Cunynghame. 8vo. Lond. 1872. 

Thielmann. — ^Journey in the Caucasus, Persia, &c. By 

[3279] Baron Max von Thielmann. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1875. 

Keane and Temple, Caucasia : Geography, Climate, Flora and Fauna, Inhabit- 
ants, Administration, and Statistics (1882) — § 3, Stanford's Asia [1251]. 

Abich (H.) Country between Caspian and Black Seas — J.R.G.S. xxi. 1. 1851. 

Bode (iSaron de) Daghestan, in the Caucasus — P.R.G.S. iv. 91. 1860. 

Cameron (Duncan) On the Caucasus — P.R.G.S. vi. 5. 1862. 

Freshfield (Douglas) Journey in the Caucasus — J.R.G.S. xxxix. 50. 1869. 

Freshfield (Douglas) The Caucasus — Cassell, II. [2252]. 1870. 

Lyons (F. A.) AdventMcs in Lazestan — Cassell, IV. [2254]. 1872. 

Bunbury (E. H.) The Caucasus— Enct. Brit. v. 251. 1876. 

Keane (A. H.) Georgia, Transcaucasia — Ency. Brit. x. 431. 1879. 

Freshfield (D.) Recent Russian Travels in the Caucasus— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 
697. 1885. 




§29.— SIBERIA AND MANCHURIA. 

Description of Siberia, Samoieda, and Tingoesia, 1612 — Ptjechas, III. 622. 
Gourdon (W.) Voyage to Pechora, 1611 — ibid. p. 530. 
Fiuch (R.) Letter to Sir T. Smith touching the former Voyage — ibid. p. 534. 
Places the Russes sayle by, from Pechorskoie Zauorot to Mongoaey, with the 

manner of their Travell — ibid. p. 539. 
Logan (Josias) Voyage to Pechora and his Wintering there, 1611. 
Pursglove (W.) Voyage to Pechora, 1611 ; and Travels to Permia, Ougoria, and 

River Ob — ibid. p. 546. 
Gourdon (W.) Observations at Pustozera, 1614-15, with a description of the 

Samoyeds — ibid. p. 553. 
Poole (Jonas) Voyages to Cherie Hand, 1604-9, ibid. p. 556. 
Travels of two Cossacks through Siberia to Catay, &c., 1619 — ibid. p. 797. 
Description of the Empires, Catay and Labon and the R. Ob. — ibid. p. 799. 
Marsh (Ant.) Notes of the R. Ob and the North-East, IhU—ibid. p. 804. 
Cherry (F.) and Lyndes (T.) Report of a Warm Sea South-east of the R. Ob — 

ibid. p. 806. 
Account of Siberia, Samoyeda, Zembla, &c. (1670) — Haeeis, II. 457 [2095]. 
Ysbants Ides (E.) Description of Siberia— [2826] ; Haeeis, II. 951 [2095], 
Account of Kamtschatka and Behring's Voyages, 1725-26 — Harbis, II. 1016 

[2095] ; BuRNEY, Voyages to the N.E. [2614]. 
Backhoff (Feodor I.) Travels through Siberia to China, 1654 — Churchill, II. 

489 [2082]. 
Bell (John) Travels through Siberia to China — Mueray, Asia, III. 424 [1344]. 
Grieve. — History and Description of Kamtschatka. From 

[3290] the Russian. By J. Grieve. 4to. Gloucester, 1764. 

Ledyaed (John) Travels and Residence in Siberia (1787-88)— [2831]. 

Coxe. — Russian Discoveries between Asia and America, 

[3291] Conquest of Siberia, &G. By Archd. Goxe. 8vo. 1803. 
Humboldt's Travels in Siberia (1829)— § 5 [1350]. 
Murchison (Sir R. )'Geography of the Ural Mountains — §7 [1647]. 
Atkinson. — Oriental and 'Western Siberia, with Explorations 

[3294] and Adventures in Mongolia, Chinese Tartary, &c. By 
T. W. Atkinson. Imp. Bvo. Lond. 1858. 

Atkinson. — The Upper and Lower Amoor, and Travels and 

[3295] Adventures among the Kirghis, Manjours, Toungous, &c. 
By T. W. Atkinson. Imp. 8vo. Lond. 1860. 

PuMPELLY (R.) Travels through Siberia, &c. — [2857]. 
Lansdell. — Through Siberia. By Rev. Henry Lansdell. With 

[3296] Illustrations. 2 Vols. 8vo, Lond. 1881. 

Seebohm.- — Siberia in Europe : a Visit to the Valley of the 

[3297] Petchora. By Henry Seebohm. 12mo. Lond. 1880. 
Seebohm. — Siberia in Asia : Natural History, &c., of the 

[3298] Valley of the Yenesay. 12mo. Lond. 1882. 

Niemojowski. — Siberian Pictures. From the Polish of 

[3301] Ludwik Niemojowski. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1886. 

Von Baer, Russian Expeditions to Novaia Zemlia — J.R.G.S. viii. 411. 1838. 

Erman (Prof. A.) Note on Map of Kamtschatka— J.R.G.S. ix. 508. 1839. 

KhanikolT (M. J.) Survey of Orenburgh— J.R.G.S. xiii. 278. 1843. 

Middendorfs Journey in Northern Siberia — J.R.G.S. xiv. 247. 1844. 

Peschurof and others. — Notes on the R. Amur — J.R.G.S. xxviii. 376 ; P.R.G.S. 
ii. 153 ; iii. 92. 1858-59. 

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146 CATALOGUE. 



Atkinson (T. W.) Ala-tu Mountains— P. E.G. S. iii. 127. 1859. 

Lloyd (W. V.) Russian Harbours, of Manchuria— J. E.G. S. Jtxxvii. 212. 1867. 

Bkidgett (Ronald) A Summer Trip up the Eiver Amoor — Cassell, I. 1869. 

Williamson (Eev. A.) Notes on Manchuria — J.R.G.S. xxxix. 1. 1869. 

Veniukof (Col.) On the l-sland of Saghalin— J. R. G. S. xlii. 373. 1872. 

Palladius, Expedition through Manchuria, 1870— J.R.G.S. xlii. 142. 1872. 

Seebohm (H.) Visit to Valley of Yenisei— J.R.G.S. xlviii. 1. 1878. 

Douglas, Manchuria ; its Provinces and History — Enoy. Brit. xv. 465. 1883. 

Kropotkine (P. A.) Maritime Province, E. Siberia — EnoV. Brit. xv. 547. 1883. 

Kropotkine, Nova Zembla — Enoy. Brit. xvii. 605. 1884. 
Melville (G. AV.) In the Lena Delta (1884)— § 12. Arctic Voyages [2726]. 
Keane and Temple, Siberia ; Physical and Natural Features, Climate, Flora and 
Fauna, Inhabitants, Statistics (1885) — § 3. Stanford's Asia [1251]. 

§30— BOKHARA AND RUSSIAN TURKESTAN. 

Arabian Accounts of the Countries on the Oxus— Murray, Asia, I. 52 [1344]. 
Alhacen, Life and Martial Travels of Tamerlane— Pt7RCHA,s, III. 160 [2074]. 
Polos (the) Travels to Bokhara, Samarkand, the Pamir, &c. — Travels of Maeoo 

Polo [2806]. 
Clavijo (Gonzales de) Embassy to the Court of Timour, Samarkand, 1403-6, with 

Life of Timour by C. R, Markham — Hakluyt Soc. xxvi. [2138]. 
Jenkinson (Anthony) Journey to Astrakhan, Bokhara, &c. (1558-71) — Hakluyt, 
I. 310 [2061] ; PuRCHAs, III. [2074] ; Thevenot, No. 6 [2077] ; Murray, 
Asia, I. 306 [1344] ; Hakluyt Soc. Ixxii. and Ixxiii. [2184]. 
Beckewitz (Alex.) Russian Expedition beyond the Caspian (1717) — Murray, Asia, 

I. 344 [1344]. 
Bruce (Philip H.) Survey of E Shore of the Caspian (1723)— iJicJ. 346. 
Thomson and Hogg, Journey, St. Petersburgh to Samara and Bokhara (1740) — 

ibid. 364. 
Burnes. — Travels into Bokhara : a Journey from India to 
[3312] Cabul, Tartary, and Persia. By Lieut. [Sir Alex.] Burnes. 

3 Vols. 8vo. Lend. 1834. 
W^ood. — Journey to the Source of the River Oxus, 1840. 
[3314] New Edition, -with an Essay on the Geography of the 
Valley of the Oxus, by Col. Yule. 8vo. Lend. 1872. 

Wolff. — Narrative of a Mission to Bokhara, 1843-45, to 
[3316] Ascertain the Fate of Col. Stoddart and Capt. Conolly. 
By Rev. Jo.seph Wolff, D.D. 8vo. Lond. 1846. 

V^mbery. — Arminius Vdmbery, his Life and Adventures. 

[3318] Written by Himself. 8vo. Lond. 1884. 

Vdmb6ry. — Travels in Central Asia ; to Khiva, Bokhara, and 

[3319] Samarkand (1863). 8vo. Lond. 1864. 

V^mbdry. — Sketches of Central Asia : Additional Chapters 

[3320] on My Travels and Adventures, &c. 8vo. Lond. 1867. 

Vdmbery. — History of Bokhara, from the Earliest Period 

[3321] down to the Present. 8vo. Lond. 1873. 

Hutton. — Central Asia: from the Aryan to the Cossack. By 

[3324] James Hutton. 8vo. Lond. 1875. 

Burnaby. — A Ride to Khiva : Travels and Adventures in 

[3325] Central Asia. By Capt. Burnaby. 8vo. Lond. 1876. 

Schuyler. — A Journey in Turkistan, Khokand, Bukhara, &c. 

[3326] By Eugene Schuyler. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1876. 



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Rawlinson (Sir H.) England and Russia in Central Asia— see India [3561]. 

O'Donovan. — The Merv Oasis: Travels and Adventures, 
[3327] 1879-81. By Edmond O'Donovan. 2 Vols. 8vo. 1882. 

Lansdell. — Russian Central Asia : Kuldja, Bokhara, Khiva, 
[3328] and Merv. By Henry Lansdell, D.D. Maps and illus- 
trations. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1885. 

With Appendices on the Fauna and Flora of Russian Turkestan, and a 
Bibliography of Russian Central Asia, including 700 titles. Chrono- 
logically and Topically arranged. 

Keane and Temple, Russian Turkestan ; its Extent, Physical Geography, Flora 
and Fauna, Inhabitants, Topography, Highways of Communication, Ad- 
ministration, and Statistics — § 3. Stanfokd's Asia [1251]. 

Wood (Lieut.) Sources of the Amu-Daria (Oxus)— J.R.G.S. x. 530. . 1840. 

Khanikoff (M.) Tanghi Daria, Branch of Jaxartes— J.R.G.S. xiv. 333. 1844. 

Boutakoff (Alexis) Survey of the Sea of Aral— J.R.G.S. xxiii. 93. 1853. 

Semenof (P. P.) First Ascent of the Tian-Shan, 1857— J.R.G.S. x.\xi. 356. 1861. 

Golubef (Capt. A.) Results of the Issyk-ku! Exped.— J.R.G.S. xxxi. 366. 1861. 

Veniukof (W.) Notes on the Issyk-kul Expedition- J.R.G.S. xxxii. 660. 1862. 

Abramof (Geul.) Lake Nor-zaisau and Vicinity — J.R.G.S. xxxv. 58. 1865. 

Semenof, Djungaria and the Celestial Mountains — J.RG.S. xxxv. 213. 1865. 

Rawlinson (Sir H.) Pamir Region— P.R.G.S. x. 134. 1866. 

Veniukof, The Pamir and Sources of the Amu-Daria — J.R.G.S. xxxvi. 248. 1866. 

Veniukof, The Belors and their Country— J.R.G.S. xxxvi. 265. 1866. 

Boutakoff, Delta of the Amu-Daria or Oxns— J.R.G.S. xxxvii. 152. 1867. 

Michell (R.) The Jaxartes, or Syr Daria— J.R.G.S. xxxviii. 429. 1868. 

Semenof, Expedition to West Shore of Issikul Lake — J.R.G.S. xxxix. 311. 1869. 

Vambery (A.) The Hyrcanian Desert— Cassell, 1. [2251]. 1869. 

Struve, Astronomical Points, Turkistan (1865-68)— J.R.G.S. xxxix. 338. 1869. 

Rawlinson (Sir H.) Trade between Turkistan and India— P.R.G.S. xiii. 10. 1869. 

Transit of Tea from N.W. India to Turkestan— P.R.G.S. xiii. 198. 1869. 
Osten-Sacken (P. R.) Exped. to Trans-Naryn Country, 1867— J.R.G.S. xl. 250; 

P.R.GS. xiv. 221. 1870. 

Morgan (E. Delmar) Turkistan : Russian Exploration— P.R.G.S. xiv. 229. 1870. 

Low (C. R.) Notes on Western Turke.stan- Cassell, II. [2252]. 1870. 

Severtsof (N.) Tian-Shan Celestial Range— J.R.G S. xl. 343. 1870. 

Fedehenko, Topographical Sketch of Zarafshan Valley— J.R.G.S. xl. 448. 1870. 

Abramof (Gen.) Principality of Karategin— J.R.G.S. xli. 338. 1871. 

Fedehenko, Ruins of Samarkand— P.R.G.S. xv. 392. 1871. 

Vambery (A.) New Russian Province, Dzungaria — Cassell, IV. [2254]. 1872. 

Yule (Col.) Papers connected with the Upper Oxus— J.R.G.S. xiii. 482. 1872. 

Vambery (A.) Superstitions in Central Asia — Cassell, IV. [2254]. 1872. 

Rawlinson (Sir H.) Khiva— P.R.G.S. xvii. 162. 1873. 

Michell (R.) Notes on Fedohenko's Map of Maghian— J.R.G.S. xliii. 263. 1873. 

Fedchenko's Travels in Khokand, Upper Jaxartes, &c. — Cassell, V. 1873. 

Khanate of Khiva — Cassell, VI. 1874. 
Stebnitzky's (Col.) Journey in Central and Southern Turkomania, 1872 — J.R.G.S. 

xliv. 217. 1874. 

Dilke (Ashton) Valley of the Hi, Kuldja— P. R.G.S. xviii. 246. 1874. 

Schuyler (Eugene) A Journey to Khokand, 1873— P.R.G.S. xviii. 408. 1874. 

Wood (Major H.) Notes on Lower Oxus and Lake Aral— J.R.G.S. xiv. 367. 1875. 

Napier's (G.) Journey to Turcoman Frontier of Persia — P.R.G.S. xx. 166. 1876. 

Shaw (R. B.) A Prince of Kashgar on Geog. of Turkistan— P.R.G.S. xx. 482. 1876. 

Bokhara, Khanate and Capital — Ency. Brit. iv. 1. 1876. 

Michell (R.) Russian Exped. to the Alai and Pamir— J. R G. S. xlvii. 17. 1877. 

Morgan (Delmar) Old Channels of the Lower Oxus— J.R.G.S. xlviii. 301. 1878. 

Trotter (Coutts) Ferghana, Russian Turke.stan — Ekcy. Beit. ix. 85. 1879. 

Rawlinson (Sir H.) The Road to Merv— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 161. 1879. 
Severtsof's (M.) Journey in Ferghana and the Pamir — P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 499. 



U8 CATALOGUE. 



Morgan, Journey through Semir^tchia to KuMja— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 150. 1881. 
Stewart (Col. C. E.) Country of the Tekke Turkomans— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 513. 
Morgan, Steppe Routes, Karshi to the Amu-Daria — P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 723. 
New Russo-Persian Frontier, East of the Caspian— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)iv. 213. 1882. 
Kalitin (Lt.) Journey across the Turkoman Desert. — P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 219. 
Clarke (Major F. C. H.) Khiva— Ency. Brit. xiv. 62. 1882. 

Keane (A. H. ) Kirghiz— Ency. Bbit. xiv. 94. 1882. 

O'Donovan (E.) Merv and its Surroundings— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iv. 345. 1882. 

Kegel (Dr. A.) Journey in Karateghin and Darwaz— P.R.G.S. (N.S.)iv. 412. 
Clarke (F. C. H.) The Merv Oasis— Ency. Bbit. xvi. 41. 1883. 

Lessar (Paul) Second Journey in the Turkoman Country — P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 1. 
Russian Surveys, Trans-Caspian and Trans- Caucasia — P.R.G.S. (N.S.) v. 392. 
Russian Pamir Expedition of 1883— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 135 1884. 

Michell (R.) Regions of the Upper Oxus— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vi. 489. 1884. 

Lessar (Paul) Kara-Kum Desert, Turkomania— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 281. 1885. 
"Walker (Gen.) The Oxus Region— Ency. Bkit. xviii. 101. 1885. 

Vambery, Nomenclature of Country between Merv and Herat — P.R.G.S. (N.S). 
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Morgan, Geog. of C. Asia, from Russian Sources — R.G.S. Supp. P. i. 1886. 

Kossiflkof, Journey in Karateghin and Darwaz, 1882— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) viii. 32. 



§ 31.— TARTARY, EASTERN TURKESTAN, AND MONGOLIA. 

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Rubruquis (Wm.) Travels in Central Asia (1253)- see p.ll6. 

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Ayton (the Armenian) Of Asia, especially the Tartars — ibid. 108. 

Chaggi Memet, Travels in the Country of the Great Khan— iJirf. 164. 

Goes (Benedict) Travels through the Tartar Countries, 1603— Pukchas, IIL 310 

[2074] ; Yule's Cathay [2149]. 
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XVII. [2129]. 
Pereira (Father) Journey into Tartary, 1683 — ibid. 
Ysbrants Ides (E.) Travels through the Mongol Countries, 1692-95— [2826] ; 

Harris, II. 918 [2095]. 
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Piassetsky. — Russian Travellers in Mongolia and China. 

[3343] By P. Piassetsky. 2 Vols. 12mo. Lond. 1884. 

Prichard (J. C.) Ethnography of High Asia— J.R.G.S. ix. 192. 1839. 

Schlagintweit (Brothers) Journey to Khotan— P.E.G.S. i. 273. 1857. 

Grant (C. M.) Route by Mongolia, from Peking to St. Petersburg — J.R.G.S. 
■■■ "~ 1863. 

1866. 

1867. 

1867. 

1889. 

1869. 

1869. 

1870. 

1870. 
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xxxni. 167. 

Montgomerie (T. G.) Position of Yarkand, &c. — J.R.G.S. xxxvi. 157. 
Johnson (W. H.) Journey to Ilchi, Khotan — J.R.G.S. xxxvii. 1. 
Osbom (Capt. S.) Notes on Chinese Tartary— P. R. G. S. xi. 162. 
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Semenof (P.) Expedition to Eastern Turkestan — J.R.G.S. xxxix. 311. 
Hayward (G. W.) Journey, Leh to Yarkand and Kashgar — J.R.G.S. xl. 33. 
Hayward's Journey in Central Asia — Cassell, II. [2252J. 
Shaw (R. B.) Visit to Yarkand and Kashgar— J.R.G.S. xli. 373 

xiv. 124 : XV. 175. 



414 



Montgomerie, The Mirza's Journey, Kabul to Kashgar — J.R.G.S. xli. 132. 
Ibrahim Khan, Route from Kashmir to Yarkand — P.R.G.S. xv. 887. 
Palladius, Exped. through Manchuria, 1870— J.R.G.S. xlii. 142. 
Shaw, On Position of Lob Nor— P.R.Q.S. xvi. 242. 
Shaw, Central Asia in 1872— P.R.G.S. xvi. 395. 
Elias (Ney) Journey through Western Mongolia — Cassell, V. [2255]. 
Elias, Jouruey through Western Mongolia — J.R.G.S. xliii. 108. 
Shaw, Prince of Kashgar on Geog. E. Turkistan — J.R.G.S. xlvi. 277 

xvii. 195 * XX. 482. 
Dilke (Ashton) Valley of the Hi, Kuldja— P.R.G.S. xviii. 246. 
Forsyth's (Sir D.) Mission to Kashgar— Cassell, VI. [2256]. 
Rawlinson (Sir H.) On Forsyth's Mission to Kashgar — P.E.G.S. xviii. 
Note to Arrowsmith's Map of Central Asia, 1872— J.R.G.S. xlv. 420. 
Gordon (Col.) Watershed of Central Asia— J.R.G.S. xh-i. 381. 
Forsyth, Buried Cities in the Desert of Gobi — J.R.G.S. xlvii. 1. 
Ti;otter (Capt. H.) Forsyth's Mission to Kashgar — J.R.G.S. xlviii. 173. 
Pevtsof's Expedition in North- Western Mongolia— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) i. 701. 
The Desert of Gobi— Ency. Bkit. x. 712. 
Clarke (Major F. C. H.) Kuldja— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) ii. 489. 
Morgan, Journey through Semiretchia to Kuldja — P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 150. 
Regel's Expedition, Kuldja to Turfan, 1879-80— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) iii. 340. 
Black (C. E. D.) Kashgar — Ency. Brij. xiv. 7. 
Douglas (R. K.) History of the Mongols — Ency. Brit. xvi. 740. 
Jiilg (Prof. B. ) Language of the Mongols — Ency. Brit. xvi. 749. 
Prejevalsky (Col.) Letters from Central Asia— P.R.G.S. (N.S.) vii. 167, 



viii. 28. 



1871. 

1871. 

1872. 

1872. 

1872. 

1873. 

1873. 
P.R.G.S. 
1873-76. 

1874. 

1874. 

1874. 

1875. 

1876. 

1877. 

1878. 

1879. 

1879. 

1880. 

1881. 

1881. 

1882. 

1883. 

1883. 

807; 



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