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Barr, 7784, D. Journal of a march from Delhi to Peshawur, and from thence to Cabul, with the mission of Col. Wade. By Lieut. Wm. Barr. London, 1844. Bartlett, 12566, O. Gleanings, pictorial and antiquarian on the overland route. By the author of “40 days in the desert” (J. R. Bartlett). Lon. don, 1851. Baynes, 7492, D. Notes and reflections during a ramble in the east, an overland journey from India; visit to Athens, etc. By C. R. Baynes, Esq. London, 1843. Belcher, 11992, O. Narrative of the voyage of H. M. S. Samarang, during 1843–46, employed surveying the islands of the Eastern Archipelago, with a vocabulary of the principal languages. By Captain Sir B. Belcher. Natural history by A. Adams. 2 vols. London, 1848. Beller, 7599, D. Memoirs of a Griffin; or a cadet's first year in India. By Capt. Bellew. 2 vols. London, 1843. Bennett, 2404, Q. Ceylon and its capabilities; an account of its natural resources, indigenous productions, and commercial facilities. By J. W. Bennett, Esq. London, 1843. Bernard, 11145, O. Narrative of the voyages and services of the Nemesis, from 1840 to 1843; and of the combined naval and military operations in China. By W. D. Bernard. 2 vols. London, 1844. Borncastle, 9750, D. A voyage to China. By D. J. Berncastle. 2 vols. London, 1850. Beran, 6672, D. Thirty years in India; or a soldier's reminiscences of native and European life in the presidencies. By Major H. Bevan. 2 vols. London, 1839. Bingham, 7422, D. Narrative of the expedition to China, from the commencement of the war to the present period. By Commander J. E. Bingham, R. N. 2 vols. London, 1842. Brooke, 12042, O. Narrative of events in Borneo and Celebes. From the journals of James Brooke, Esq., Rajah of Sarawak. By Capt. J. R. Mundy. 2 vols. London, 1848. Burmes, 10600 & 10815, O. Cabool; a personal narrative of a journey to and residence in that city in 1836–7–8. By the late Lieut. Col. Sir Alexander Burnes. London, 1842, and Philadelphia, 1843. — 6720, D. Narrative of a visit to the court of Scinde. By James Burnes. Edinburgh, 1839. Burslem, 11788, 0.1. A peep into Toorkisthan. By Captain Rollo Burslem. London, 1846. Burton, 9847, D. Goa and the Blue Mountains; or six months of sick leave. By Richard F. Burton, Lieut. Bombay Army. London, 1851. —9976, D. Scinde; or the unhappy valley. By Richard F. Burton. 2 vols. London, 1851. Butts, 7275, D. Rambles in Ceylon. By Lieut. De Butts. London, 1841. Buyers, 12063, O. Recollections of Northern India. By Rev. W. Buyers. London, 1848. Campbell, 10978, O. Excursions, adventures, and field sports in Ceylon. By Lieut. Col. James Campbell. 2 vols. London, 1843. 10531, O. The old forest ranger; or wild sports of India, on the Neilgherry Hills, in the jungles and on the plains. By Capt. Walter Campbell. London, 1842. -— 10531, O. The old forest ranger; or wild sports of India on the Neilgherry Hills, in the jungles and on the plains. By Major Walter Campbell. Edited by Frank Forester. New York, 1853. Chaney, 12456, O. The expedition to the Euphrates for the survey of the rivers Euphrates and Tigris in 1835–36 and '37. By Lieut. Colonel Chesney. Maps and plates. 4 vols. London, 1850.

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Cunynghame, 7846, D. An aid-de-camp's recollections of service in China, a residence at Hong Kong, and visits to other islands. By Captain A. Cunynghame. 2 vols. London, 1844. 7968, D. The opium war; being recollections of service in China By Captain Arthur Cunynghame. Philadelphia, 1845. Davidson, 7672, D. Diary of travels and adventures in Upper India. By C. J. C. Davidson, Esq. 2 vols. London, 1843. 8340, D. Trade and travel in the far east; or recollections of twenty-one years passed in Java, Singapore, Australia and China. By G. F. Davidson. London, 1846. Davis, 7149, D. Sketches of China, partly during an inland journey; with notes and observations relative to the present war. By John Francis Davis. 2 vols. London, 1841. —— 6261, D. The Chinese; a general description of the Empire of China, and its inhabitants. By J. F. Davis, Esq. 2 vols. London, 18%. — 10170, D. China during the war and since the peace. By Sir John Francis Davis. 2 vols. London, 1852. Dennie, 7510, D. Personal narrative of the campaigns in Afghanistan, Sinde, Beloochistan, &c. By the late Col. W. H. Dennie. Dublin, 1843. Downing, 6539 & 6569, D. The stranger in China; or the Fan-Qui's visit to the Celestial Empire in 1886–7. By C. Toogood Downing, Esk 2 vols. London and Philadelphia, 1838. Ditson, 12366, O. Circassia; or a tour to the Caucasus. By George Leighton, Ditson. New York, 1850. Durbin, 8126, D. Observations in the east; chiefly in Egypt, Palestine, Syria. * Minor. By John P. Durbin, D. D. 2 vols. New York, 1845. Earl, 9524, O. The eastern seas; or voyages and adventures in the Indian. Archipelago in 1832, 33, 34. By G. W. Earl. London, 1837. Eckard, 7866, D. A personal narrative of a residence as a Missionary in Ceylon and Hindostan. By James Read Eckard. Philadelphia, 1844. Edwards, 12574, O. A year on the Punjab Frontier in 1840–49. By Major Herbert B. Edwards. 2 vols. London, 1851. Egerton, 10181, D. Journal of a winter's tour in India; with a visit to Court of Nepaul. By Hon. Capt. Francis Egerton, R. N. With illustrations. 2 vols. London, 1852. Erman, 12048, O. See p. 1383. Eyre, 10814, Ö, & 7489, D. The military operations at Cabul, which to in the retreat and destruction of the British army, Jan., 1842. Wi a journal of imprisonment in Affghanistan. By Lieut. Vincent Bo Philadelphia and London, 1844. Fane, 7266, D. Five years in India. By H. E. Fane, Esq. 2 vols. Lo don, 1842. Finlay, 11822, 0.2. The communications through Egypt between Euro and India. By George Finlay. London, 1849. Finn, 7592, D. The Jews in China. By James Finn. London, 1843. Fletcher, 9509, D. Notes from Nineveh, and travels in Mesopotamia, Ass” and Syria. By the Rev. J. P. Fletcher. Philadelphia, 1850. Fontamer, 11149, O. Narrative of a mission to India, and the countries dering on the Persian Gulf, &c. by way of Egypt and the Red Sea. Undertaken by the French Government. By W. Fontamer. London, 1844. Forbes, 9249, O. Oriental memoirs. By James Forbes, Esq. Second edition, revised by his daughter, the Countess of Montalembert. 2 vols. London, 1834.

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Forbes, 10383, 0, Eleven years in Ceylon; comprising sketches of the field - sports and natural history of that colony. By Major Forbes, 78th Highlanders. 2 vols. London, 1840. 11996, O. Five years in China, from 1842 to 1847; with an account of the occupation of the Islands of Labuan and Borneo, by Her Majesty's forces. By Lieutenant F. E. Forbes, R. N. London, 1848. * Fortune, 12850, 0. Three years' wanderings in the provinces of China; includ- ing a visit to the tea, silk and cotton countries; with an account of the agriculture and horticulture of the Chinese, new plants, &c. By Robert Fortune. With numerous illustrations. Second edition. - London, 1847. 12863, 0. A journey to the tea countries of China; including Sung-lo - and the Bohea Hills; with a notice of the East India Company's tea plantations in the Himalaya Mountains. By Robert Fortune. With map and illustrations. London, 1852. Farler, 7147, D. Three years in Persia, with travelling adventures in Koordistan. By George Fowler, Esq. 2 vols. London, 1841. Fraser, 6452, D. Narrative of the residence of the Persian Princes in London in 1835 and 1836, with an account of their journey from Persia and subsequent adventures. By James Baillie Fraser, Esq. 2 vols. London, 1838. —9713, 0. A winter's journey (Tatar) from Constantinople to Tehran; with travels through various parts of Persia, etc. By James Baillie Fraser. 2 vols. London, 1838. — 10382, O. Travels in Koordistan, Mesopotamia, etc.; including an account of parts of those countries hitherto unvisited by Europeans. By J. Baillie Fraser, Esq. 2 vols. London, 1840. —— 7281, D. Mesopotamia and Assyria. By J. Baillie Fraser, Esq. Edinburgh, 1842. Gerard, 10507, O. Account of Koonawur in the Himalaya, etc. etc. By the late Capt. Alexander Gerard. Edited by George Lloyd. London, 1841. Gleig, 8476, D. 1. Sale's Brigade in Afghanistan. By the Rev. G. R. Gleig. London, 1846. Golovnin, 9988, O. Begebenheiten des Capitains Golownin in der Gefangenschaft bei den Japanern in 1811–1813, aus dem Russichen von Dr. Carl Johann Schultz. 2 Bde. Leipzig, 1817–18. Griffith, 7927, D. Journey across the desert from Ceylon to Marseilles. By Major and Mrs. Darby Griffith. 2 vols. London, 1845. Groves, 11458, O. The Bokhara Victims. By Captain Groves. London, 1845. -, Gully, 11099, O. Journals kept by Mr. Gully and Captain Denham during a captivity in China in 1842. London, 1844. Gutzlaff, 6601, D. China opened. By the Rev. Charles Gutzlaff. 2 vols. London, 1838. Havelock, 7018, D. Narrative of the war in Afghanistan in 1838–9. By Capt. Henry Havelock. 2 vols. London, 1840. Hooker, 13226, O. Himalayan journal; or notes of a naturalist in Bengal. By Joseph Dalton Hooker, M. D. With maps and illustrations. 2 vols. London, 1854. Head,9906, O. Defence of British India from Russian invasion. By Major Chas. F. Head. London, 1839. Hill, 10893, D. Travels in Siberia. By S. S. Hill, Esq. 2 vols. London, 1854. Hoffmeister, 8878, D. Travels in Ceylon and Continental India. By Dr. W. Hoffmeister. Edinburgh, 1848.

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Holmes, 11615, O. Sketches on the shores of the Caspian, descriptive and
pictorial. By William Richard Holmes. London, 1845.
Honigberger, 12879, O. Thirty-five years in the east; adventures, discove-
ries, experiments and historical sketches relating to the Punjab and
Cashmere, in connection with medicine, botany, pharmacy, &c.
Together with an original materia medica, and a medical vocabulary
in four European and five eastern languages. By John Martin
Honigberger, late physician to the Court of Lahore. With plates.
London, 1852.
Hoole, 7793, D. Madras, Mysore, and the South of India; or a personal nar-
rative of a mission to those countries, from 1820 to 1827. 2d edition.
By Elijah Hoole. London, 1844.
Huc, 12042, O. Souvenirs d'un voyage dans la Tartarie, le Thibet et la Chine
pendant les années, 1844, 1845 et 1846. Par M. Huc, prêtre mis-
sionaire. 2 tomes. Paris, 1850.
— 10005, D. Recollections of a journey through Thibet, Tartary, and
China, in 1844–5–6. By M. Huc, missionary priest. A condensed
translation. By Mrs. Percy Sinnett. London, 1852. -
— 10034 & 10092, D. Travels in Tartary, Thibet and China, during the
years 1844–5–6, by M. Huc. Translated from the French, by W.
Hazlitt. 2 vols. With woodcuts. London and New York, 1852.
13556, O. L'Empire Chinois. Par M. Huc. 2me edition. (Map)
2 tomes. Paris, 1854.
13285, O. & 11327, D. The Chinese Empire: forming a sequel to “A
Journey through Tartary.” By M. Huc. 2 vols. London and
New York, 1855.
IIügel, 11757, O. Travels in Kashmir and the Punjaub. By Baron Charles
Hügel. London, 1845.
Humbley, 13560, O. Journal of a cavalry officer; including the memorable
Sikh campaign of 1845–46. By W. W. Humbley, M. A. London,

1854. Hutton, 8663, D. Five years in the East. By R. N. Hutton. 2 vols. Lon. don, 1847.

Jocelyn, 7165, D. Six months with the Chinese expedition, or leaves from a
soldier's note book. By Lord Jocelyn. London, 1841.
Johnson, 7576, D. The stranger in India; or three years in Calcutta. By
G. W. Johnson, Esq. 2 vols. London, 1843.
Keppel, 12968, O. A visit to the Indian Archipelago in H. M. ship Maeander.
With portions of the private journal of Sir James Brooke. By
Capt'n the Hon. Henry Keppel, R. N. With illustrations. 2 vols.
London, 1853.
11679, O. & 8370, D. The expedition to Borneo of H. M. S. Dido for
the suppression of piracy, with extracts from the journal of James
Brooke, Esq., of Sarawak. By Captain the Hon. Henry Keppel, R.N.
London and New York, 1846.
Kennedy, 7019, D. Narrative of the campaign of the army of the Indus, in
Scind and Kabool, in 1838–9. By Richard H. Kennedy, Esq.. 2
vols. London, 1840.
Knighton, 11313, D. Forest life in Ceylon. By W. Knighton. 2d edition.
2 vols. London, 1854.
Kupffer, 2626, Q. Voyage dans les environs du Mont Elbrouz dans le Caucase,
entrepris par ordre de sa Majesté l'Empereur en 1829. Rapport fait
à l'Académie Impériale des sciences de St. Petersbourg. Par M.
Kupffer. St. Petersburg, 1830.
Khanikoff, 11272, O. Bokhara; its Amir and its people, translated from the
Russian of Khanikoff. By the Baron Clement A. De Bode. London,
1845. -

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Kolff, 9899, 0. Voyages of the Dutch brig of war Dourga, through southern and little-known parts of the Moluccan Archipelago, and along the previously unknown southern coast of New Guinea, in 1825 and 1826. By D. H. Kolff, jr. Translated by George Windsor Earl. London, 1840. Lay, 7302, D. The Chinese as they are: their moral, social and literary character: a new analysis of their language, with succinct views of their principal arts and sciences. By G. Tradescant Lay, Esq. London, 1841. Layard. See p. 1406. Lloyd, 9873, O. Narrative of a journey from Caunpoor to the Boorendo pass in the Himalaya Mountains. By Major Sir William Lloyd. Edited by Geo. Lloyd. 2 vols. London, 1840. Loch, 7591, D. The closing events of the campaign in China. By Capt. G. G. Loch. London, 1843. Longworth, 7022, D. A year among the Circassians. By J. A. Longworth. - 2 vols. London, 1840. Lor, 11980, 0. Sarawak, its inhabitants and productions, being notes of a residence with H. H. the Rajah Brooke. By Hugh Low. London, 1848. Macaulay, 10245, D. Kathay: a cruise in the China Seas. By W. Hastings - Macaulay. New York, 1852. Magillivray, 12798, O. Narrative of the voyage of H. M. S. Rattlesnake, 1846—50, including discoveries and surveys in New Guinea, the Louiside Archipelago, &c., to which is added the account of Mr. E. B. Kennedy's expedition for the exploration of Cape York Peninsula. By John Macgillivray, naturalist to the expedition. 2 vols. London, 1852. Macfarlane, 8201, D. The romance of travel. The East. By Charles Macfarlane. Vol. 1. London, 1846. Mickenzie, 7332, D. Narrative of the second campaign in China. By Keith Steward Mackenzie, Esq. London, 1842. MacMicking,9958, D. Recollections of Manilla and the Phillipines during 1848, - 1849, and 1850. By Robert Mac Micking, Esq. London, 1851. McPherson, 10788, 0. Two years in China. Narrative of the Chinese expedition 1840 to 1842. By D. McPherson, M. D. London, 1842. Malcolm, 6637 & 6677, D. Travels in Southeastern Asia. By Howard Malcolm. 2 vols. Boston and London, 1839. Marryat, 2491, Q. Borneo and the Indian Archipelago, with drawings of costume and scenery. By Frank S. Marryat. London, 1848. Marshall, 8518, D. 1. Ceylon: a general description of the Island and its inhabitants. By H. Marshall. London, 1846. Martin, 11863, O. China, political, commercial and social. By R. Montgomery Martin. 2 vols. London, 1847. Massie, 9872, O. Continental India. Travelling sketches and historical recollections, illustrating the antiquity, religion, and manners of the Hindoos, the extent of British conquests, and the progress of missionary operations. By J. W. Massie, M. R. I. A. 2 vols. London, 1840. Mason, 10757, O. Narrative of various journeys in Balochistan, Afghanistan, and the Punjab, including a residence in those countries from 1826 to 1838. By Charles Masson, Esq. 3 vols. London, 1842. — 10834, O. Narrative of a journey to Kalat, and a memoir on Eastern Balochistan. By Charles Masson, Esq. London, 1843. Medhurst, 12494, 0.1. The Chinaman abroad; containing an account of the Malayan Archipelago. By W. H. Medhurst, D. D. London, 1850. Meyendorf, 9459,0. Voyage D'Orenbourg a Boukhara, fait en 1820. Redigé par M. le Baron de Meyendorf. A Paris, 1826. Gift of James H. Young.

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