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Bunbury, 8745, D. Journal of a residence at the Cape of Good Hope. By C. F. Bunbury. London, 1848. Campbell, 9530, O. & 6241, D. Letters from the south; written during a journey to Algiers, etc. By Thomas Campbell, Esq. London and Philadelphia, 1836. Canot, 10796, D. Captain Canot; or twenty years of an African slaver. Written out and edited from the Captain's journals, memoranda and conversations. By Brantz Mayer. New York, 1854. Carnes, 10302, D. Journal of a voyage from Boston to the west coast of Africa; with a full description of the manner of trading with the natives on the coast. By J. A. Carnes. Boston, 1852. Castlereagh, 8599, D. A journey to Damascus through Egypt, Nubia, Arabia Petraea, Palestine and Syria. By Wiscount Castlereagh. 2 vols. London, 1847. Chase, 7685, D. The Cape of Good Hope and the eastern province of Algoa Bay. By J. C. Chase. London, 1843. Cole, 10086, D. The Cape and the Kaffirs; or notes of five years' residence in South Africa. By Alfred W. Cole. London, 1852. Cooley, 12926, O. Inner Africa laid open, in an attempt to trace the chief lines of communication across that continent south of the Equator; with the routes to the Muropul and the Cazembe, Moenemoezi and lake Tyassa. The journals of the Rev. Dr. Krapf and the Rev. J. Rebmann on the eastern coast, and the discoveries of Messrs. Oswell and Livingstone in the heart of the continent. By William Desborough Cooley, London, 1852. — 10608, O. 1. The American in Egypt, with rambles through Arabia Petraea and the Holy Land, during the years 1839 and 1840. By James Ewing Cooley. New York, 1842. Cruickshank, 10550, D. Eighteen years on the gold coast of Africa, including an account of the native tribes and their intercourse with Europeans. By Robert Cruickshank. 2 vols. London, 1853. Cummings, 9568 & 9589, D. Five years of a hunter's life in the far interior of South Africa. By Roualeyn Gordon Cummings, 2 vols. New York and London, 1850. Curtis, 9704 & 9736, D. Nile notes of a Howadji. (By George W. Curtis.) New York and London, 1851. Davidson, 2474 & 2599, Q. Notes taken during travels in Africa. By the late John Davidson, F. R. S. Printed for private circulation only. London, 1839. De Bry, 1212, F. The celebrated collection of voyages by Theodore De Bry. 5 vols. (German.) Containing the voyages and travels in Asia and Africa, with 160 finely engraved plates. Frankfort am Mayn, 1609. Douville, 10079, O. Voyage au Congo et dans l’intérieur de l'Afrique équinoxiale, fait dans les années 1828–29 et '30 par J. B. Douville. 3 tomes et atlas. A Paris, 1832. Duncan, 8664, D. Travels in western Africa in 1845 and 1846. By John Duncan. 2 vols. London, 1847. Durrieu, 11267, D. 1. The present state of Morocco; a chapter of Mussel. man civilization. By Xavier Durrieu. London, 1854. Brayrac de Lauture, 13564, Ö. Le désert et le Soudan. Par M. le Comte - d'Escayrac de Lauture. Paris, 1853. Finlay, 11822, 0.2. The communications between Europe and India through Egypt. By George Finlay. , London, 1847. Fleming, 10573, D. Kaffraria and its inhabitants. By the Rev. Francis Fleming, M. A. London, 1853. Fontamer, 11149, O. Narrative of a mission to India, and the countries bordering on the Persian Gulf, &c., by way of Egypt and the Red Sea. Undertaken by the French Government. By W. Fontamer. Lon. don, 1844. Foote, 10729, D. Africa and the American flag. By Commander Andrew H. Foote, U. S. N. New York, 1854. Forbes, 97.27, D. Dahomey and the Dahomans; being the journals of two mis. sions to the king of Dahomey in 1849 and 1850. By Frederick E. Forbes. 2 vols. London, 1851. 9014, D. 2. Six months' service in the African blockade. By Lieutenant Forbes. London, 1849. Freeman, 9987, D. A tour in South Africa; with notices of Natal, Mauritius, Madagascar, Ceylon, Egypt and Palestine. (With a map.) By J. J. Freeman. London, 1851. Furniss, 9345, D. Waraga; or the charms of the Nile. By William Furniss. New York, 1850. Galton, 10568, D. Narrative of an explorer in tropical South Africa. By Francis Galton, Esq. With colored maps, plates and woodcuts. London, 1853. Gardiner, 9378, O. Narrative of a journey to the Zoolu country of South Africa. By Capt. Allen F. Gardiner, R. N. London, 1836. Garston, 10624, O. Greece revisited, and sketches of Lower Egypt in 1840. By Edward Garston. 2 vols. London, 1842. Gliddon, 10608, 0.2. Review of the American in Egypt. Extracted from the New World. New York, Aug. 6, 1842. 10608, O. 3. Refutation of the American in Egypt. By George R. Gliddon. 12453, O. 10, Handbook to the American Panorama of the Nile. By R. Gliddon. London, 1849. Gobat, 9491, D. Journal of a residence in Abyssinia. By Rev. S. Gobat. New York, 1850. Gordon, 7978 & 8094, D. The French in Algiers. 1. The soldier of the foreign legion. 2. The prisoners of Abd-el-Kader. Translated from the German and French by Lady Duff Gordon. New York and London, 1845. Grandpré, 10198, O. Voyage à la côte occidentale d’Afrique, fait dans les années 1786–1787. Par L. De Grandpré, 2 vols. Paris, 1801. Harcourt, 9958, D. 1. A sketch of Madeira; containing information for the traveller or invalid visitor. By Edward Vernon Harcourt, Esq. With maps and views. London, 1851. Harris, 6687, D. The wild sports of Southern Africa. By Capt. Wm. C. Harris. London, 1839. 11112, O. The highlands of Ethiopia. By Major W. Cornwallis Harris. 3 vols. London, 1844. Hawthorne, 8028, D. Journal of an African cruiser. Edited by Nathaniel Hawthorne. New York, 1845. Hay, 7851, D. 2. & 8138, D. Western Barbary, its wild tribes and savage animals. By John H. Drummond Hay, Esq. London, 1844. Hodgson, 11250, O. Notes on Northern Africa, the Sahara and Soudan. By W. B. Hodgson. New York, 1844. Gift of J. Jay Smith. IIoskins, 2283, Q. Travels in Ethiopia above the second cataract of the Nile. By G. A. Hoskins, Esq. With a map and illustrations. London, 1835. 9539, O. Visit to the Great Oasis of the Great Desert. By G. A. Hoskins, Esq. With a map. London, 1837. Huntly, 9686, D. Seven years' service on the slave coast of Western Africa. By Sir Henry Huntly. 2 vols. London, 1850. Isaacs, 628i, D. Travels and adventures in Eastern Africa. With a sketch of Natal. By Nathaniel Isaacs. 2 vols. London, 1836.
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L. de Lacombe, précédé d'une notice historique et géographique sur Madagascar, par M. Eugène de Froberville. 2 tom. Paris, 1840. Laird, 9591, O. Narrative of an expedition into the interior of Africa, by the river Niger, in the steam vessels Quorra and Albuikah in 1832, 33 and '34. By Macgregor Laird and R. A. K. Oldfield. 2 vols. London, 1837. Lane,6327, D. An account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians, written in Egypt in 1833, '34 and '35. By Edward William Lane. 2 vols. London, 1836. –8315, D. Manners and customs of the Modern Egyptians. By E. W. Lane. 3 vols. London, 1846. Lipsius, 8519, D. 2. A tour from Thebes to the Peninsula of Sinai. By Prof. R. Lepsius of Berlin. From the German. London, 1846. — 12922, O. Discoveries in Egypt, Ethiopia and the Peninsula of Sinai in 1842–45, during the mission sent out by H. M. Frederick William IV. of Prussia. By Dr. Richard Lepsius. Edited, with notes, by Kenneth R. H. Mackenzie. London, 1852. Le Vaillant, 9861, O. Voyage de Monsieur Le Vaillant dans l’intérieur de l'Afrique, par le Cap de Bonne-Espérance, dans 1780, '81, '82, '83, '84, '85. 5 tom. Paris, 1790. Lindsay, 6578, D. Letters on Egypt, Edom and the Holy Land. By Lord Lindsay. 2 vols. London, 1838. Lord, 6082, D. Algiers; with notices of the neighboring states. By Percival Barton Lord. 2 vols. London, 1835. Mahuen, 8462, D. Life in the wilderness, or wanderings in South Africa. By H. H. Methuen. London, 1846. Molly, 9975, D. Khartoum and the Blue and White Niles. By George Metly. 2 vols. London, 1851. *sat, 10617, O. Missionary labors and scenes in Southern Africa. By Robert Moffat. London, 1842. Moodie, 9232, O. Ten years in South Africa, including a particular description of the wild sports of that country. By Lieut. J. W. D. Moodie. 2 vols. London, 1835. *rrell, 7848, D. 1. Morrell's narrative of a voyage to the south and west coast of Africa, containing the information whence originated the present trade in guano, found in certain islands on that coast. With a preface, by Lieut. Petrie, R. N. London, 1844. *rris, 7813, D. Notes of a tour through Turkey, Greece, Egypt, Arabia Petraea, to the Holy Land, including a visit to Athens, Sparta, Delphi, Cairo, Thebes, Mount Sinai, Petra, &c. By E. Joy Morris. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1842. Napier, 7325, D. Excursions along the shores of the Mediterranean. By Lt. Col. E. Napier. 2 vols. London, 1842. 9451, D. Excursions in Southern Africa and a history of the Cape Colony, the tribes, &c. By Lt. Col. E. E. Napier. 2 vols. London, 1849. Nicholson, 8869, D. The Cape and its colonies, with hints to settlers in 1848. By G. Nicholson. London, 1848. Norton, 9110, D. A residence at Sierra Leone. By a lady. Edited by Mrs. Norton. London, 1849. Pananti, 6912, D. Aventure e osservazioni di Fillippo Pananti sopra la coste di Barberia. 3 vols. Milano, 1817. Parkyns, 13225, O. & 10739, D. Life in Abyssinia: being notes collected during three years residence and travels. By Mansfield Parkyns. 2 vols. With a map and illustrations. London, 1853. New York, 1854. Patterson, 12795, O. Journal of a tour in Egypt and Syria, with notes. By James L. Patterson. London, 1852. Peel, 10166, D, 2. A ride through the Nubian desert. By Capt. W. Peel, R. N. London, 1852. Petermann, 1404, F. An account of the progress of the expedition to Central Africa under Mess. Richardson, Barth, Overweg, and Vogel, in 1850 to '53. Consisting of maps and illustrations, with notes by Augustus Petermann. London, 1855. Peyton, 10684, D. Liberia; or Mr. Peyton's experiments. Edited by Mrs. Sarah J. Hale. New York, 1853. Poole, 7885, D. The home and travellers' library. The Englishwoman in Egypt, letters from Cairo, written during a residence there in 1842, '3 & 4, with E. W. Lane, Esq., author of “The Modern Egyptians.” By his sister (Mrs. Poole). Philadelphia, 1845. . — 9741, D. Life, scenery and customs in Sierra Leone and the Gambia. By T. E. Poole, D. D. 2 vols. London, 1850. Poncet, 11169, D. A voyage to Æthiopia in 1698, &c.; describing that famous empire; as also Dongola, Sennare, &c. By Monsieur Poncet, M.D. London, 1709. Power, 10535, D. Recollections of a three years' residence in China, includ. ing perigrinations in Spain, Morocco, Egypt, India, Australia and New Zealand. By W. Tyrone Power, D. A. C. G. London, 1853. Prus, 12857, O. A residence in Algeria. By Madame Prus. London, 1852. Puckler-Muskau, 7931, D. Egypt under Mehemet Ali. By Prince Puckler. Muskau. Translated from the German by H. Evans Lloyd, Esq. 2 vols. London, 1845. Roberts, 7061, D. Notes of an overland journey through France and Egypt to Bombay. By the late Miss Emma Roberts. With a memoir. London, 1841. Irankin, 6263, D. The white man's grave: a visit to Sierra Leone, in 1834. By F. H. Rankin. 2 vols. London, 1836. Read, 13030, O. 9. The Kat River settlement in 1851: described in a series of letters in “The South African Commercial Advertiser.” By Rev. James Read, Jr. Cape Town, 1852. Richardson, 11984, O. Travels in the Great Desert of Sahara in 1845–6. By . J. Richardson. 2 vols. London, 1848. -— 10553, D. Narrative of a mission to Central Africa in the years 1850–51, under the orders and at the expense of Her Majesty's Government. By the late James Richardson. 2 vols. London, 1853.
Romer, 11776, O. A pilgrimage to the temples and tombs of Egypt, Nubia, | - and Palestine, in 1846. By Mrs. Romer. 2 vols. London, 1846. St. John, 8994 & 9110, D. 2. Adventures in the Lybian desert and the oasis -- of Jupiter Ammon. By Bayle St. John. New York and London, o 1849. 10236 & 10266, D. Willage life in Egypt, with sketches of the Said. By Bayle St. John. 2 vols. Boston and London, 1852. 10379, D. Isis: an Egyptian pilgrimage. By James A. St. John. o: 2 vols. London, 1853. St. Marie, 8457, D. Algeria in 1845. A visit to the French possessions in Africa. By Count St. Marie. London, 1846. Salt, 9435, O. A brief account of the researches and discoveries in Upper * -- Egypt, made under the direction of Henry Salt, Esq. By Giovanni D'Athanasia. And a catalogue of Mr. Salt's Museum. London, ** 1836. & Satary, 10201, O. Lettres sur l'Egypte, par M. Savary. 3 vols. A Paris, . . ; 1785. Sion, 7450, D. Journals of the Rev. J. F. Schön and Mr. Samuel Crowther, ... " to the Niger, in 1841, in behalf of the Church Missionary Society. o London, 1842. &ots, 7374, D. A journal of a residence in the Esmailla of Abd-El-Kader;
| and of travels in Morocco and Algiers. By Colonel Scott. London, of 1842. W. &haler, 6089 & 6090, O. Sketches of Algiers, political, historical, and civil. so." By William Shaler. Boston, 1826.
Simpson, 10829, O. A private journal kept during the Niger expedition, from May 1841, to June 1842. By Wm. Simpson. London, 1843. Smith, 10000, D. 2. Trade travels in the Gulf of Guinea, Western Africa, with an account of the manners, customs and religion of the inhabitants. By J. Smith. London, 1851. 2. – 100.33, D. A pilgrimage to Egypt, embracing a diary of explorations -- on the Nile: with observations illustrative of the manners, customs :- and institutions of the people, and of the present condition of the antiquities and ruins. With numerous engravings. By J. W. C. Smith. - Boston, 1852. Sanhope, S346, D. Travels of Lady Hester Stanhope, forming the completion = of her memoirs. Narrated by her physician. 3 vols. London,
o Sedman, 9280, O. Wanderings and adventures in Southern Africa. By o Andrew Stedman. 2 vols. London, 1835.
Tams, 8221, D. Visit to the Portuguese possessions in Southwestern Africa. By G. Tams, M. D. From the German. 2 vols. in one. London, - 1845. Taylor, 10807, D. A journey to Central Africa: or life and landscapes from Egypt to the negro kingdoms of the White Nile. By Bayard Taylor. With a map and illustrations by the author. New York, 1854. Tomple, 6111, D. Excursions in the Mediterranean. Algiers and Tunis. By Major Sir Grenville T. Temple. 2 vols. London, 1835. Thackeray, 8204 & 8339, D. Notes of a journey from Cornhill to Cairo. By Mr. M. A. Titmarsh. (W. M. Thackeray.) New York and London, 1846. Thomas, 10456, D. Travels in Egypt and Palestine. By Joseph Thomas, M. D. Philadelphia, 1853. Gift of the author. Thompson, 10753, D. Photographic views of Egypt, past and present. By . . . . Joseph P. Thompson. Boston, 1854. Waillant, Le, 9861, O. Woyage de Monsieur Le Vaillant dans l’intérieur de