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Mohun Lal, 11704, 0. Travels in the Punjab, Afghanistan, and Turkistan, to Balk, Bokhara, and Herat, and a visit to Great Britain, and Germany. By Mohun Lal. London, 1846. Montauban, 8341, D. 2. A year and a day in the East, or wanderings over land and sea. By Mrs. Eliot Montauban. London, 1846. Moorcroft, 10401, O. Travels in the Himalayan provinces of Hindostan and the Punjab ; in Ladakh and Kashmir; in Peshawar, Kabul, Kunduz and Bokhara. By Wm. Moorcroft and Geo. Trebeck, from 1819 to 1825. 2 vols. London, 1841. Mouat, 2627, Q. Rough notes of a trip to Reunion, the Mauritius and Ceylon; with remarks on their eligibility as sanitaria for Indian invalids. By Frederic J. Mouat, M. D. Calcutta, 1852. Moses, 9678, D. Sketches of India: with notes on the seasons, scenery and society of Bombay, Elephanta and Salsette. By Henry Moses, M. D. London, 1850. Murray, 7496, D. Doings in China. By Lieut. Alex. Murray. London, 1843. Neale, 101.20, D. Narrative of a residence in Siam. By Frederick Arthur Neale. London, 1852. Neill, 11591, O. Recollections of four years' service in the East, with H. M. 40th regiment. By Martin Bladen Neill. London, 1845. Oliphant, 101.41 & 10206, D. A journey to Katmander (the capital of Nepaulia) with the camp of Jung Bahadoor; including a sketch of the Nepaulese ambassador at home. By Laurence Oliphant. New York and London, 1852. Osborne, 9884, O. The court and camp of Runjeet Sing. By the Hon. W. G. Osborne. London, 1840. Outram, 7023, D. Rough notes of the campaign in Afghanistan in 1838–9. By Major James Outram. London, 1840. Pallme, 11194, O. Travels in Kordofan. By Ignatius Pallme. London, 1844. Parbury, 7773, D. IIandbook for India and Egypt, comprising the narrative of a journey from Calcutta to England. By George Parbury. Lon- don, 1844. Parker, 9621, D. Journal of an expedition from Sincapore to Japan, with a visit to Loo-Choo. By B. Parker, M. D. London, 1838. Perkins, 10773 & 10810, O. A residence of eight years in Persia among the Nestorian Christians, with notices of the Muhammedans. By Rev. Justin Perkins. With a map and plates. Andover, Mass., 1843. Postans, 6765, D. Western India in 1838. By Mrs. Postans. 2 vols. London, 1839. 97.31, O. Cutch; or random sketches of Western India. By Mrs. Postans. London, 1839. 10977, O. Personal observations on Sindh; the manners and cus. toms of its inhabitants and its productive capabilities. By T. Postans. London, 1843. Power, 10535, D. Recollections of a three years' residence in China; includ. ing peregrinations in Spain, Morocco, Egypt, India, Australia and New Zealand. By W. Tyrone Power, D. A. C. G. London, 1853. Rich, 9373, O. Narrative of a residence in Koordistan, and on the site of ancient Nineveh, with a journal of a voyage down the Tigris to Bagdad. By the late Claudius James Rich, Esq. Edited by his widow. 2 vols. London, 1836. —9806, O. Narrative of a journey to the sites of Babylon and Persepolis. By the late Claudius James Rich. London, 1839. Roberts, 6176, D. Scenes and characteristics of Hindostan. By Emma Roberts. 3 vols. London, 1835. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1836.
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. —9556, O. Embassy to the eastern courts of Cochin China, Siam and Muscat, in the U. States ship Peacock in 1832–34. By Edmund Roberts. New York, 1837. Robinson, 10623, O. A descriptive account of Asam. With a sketch of the local geography, and a concise history of the tea-plant of Asam. By Wm. Robinson. Calcutta, 1841. Russell, 10178, D. Journal of a tour in Ceylon and India at the request of the Baptist Missionary Society, in company with Rev. J. Leechman. By Joshua Russell. London, 1852. Sale, 7569, D. A journal of the disasters in Affghanistan 1841–42. By Lady Sale. London, 1843. Samuel, 7789, D. Journal of a missionary tour through the Desert of Arabia to Bagdad. By the Rev. Jacob. Samuel. Edinburgh, 1844. Shonberg, 10561, D. Travels in India and Kashmir. By the Baron Erich Von Schonberg. 2 vols. London, 1853. Scott, 7288, D. Narrative of a recent imprisonment in China, after the wreck of the Kite. By Jno. Lee Scott. London, 1841. Selkirk, 11087, O. Recollections of Ceylon. By the Rev. James Selkirk. London, 1844. Siebold, 7074 & 7196, D. Manners and customs of the Japanese in the 19th century, from recent Dutch visitors of Japan and the German of Dr. Siebold. London and New York, 1841. 10537, D. Manners and customs of the Japanese. Japan and the Japanese in the 19th century. From recent Dutch travels, especially the narrative of Von Siebold. London, 1852. Skinner,6375, D. Adventures during a journey overland to India, by way of Egypt, Syria and the Holy Land. By Major Skinner, 31st regiment. 2 vols. London, 1836. Sleeman, 11229, O. Rambles and recollections of an Indian official. By Lieut. Col. W. H. Sleeman. 2 vols. London, 1844. Smith, 11864, O. & 8738, D. A narrative of an exploratory visit to each of the consular cities of China, and the Islands of Hong Kong and Chusan, in behalf of the Church Missionary Society in 1844, '45 and '46. By the Rev. George Smith. London, 1847. New York, 1848. — 10173, D. Narrative of a five years' residence at Nepaul. By Captain Thomas Smith, assistant political resident at Nepaul from 1841 to 1845. London, 1852. 10597, D. Lewchew and the Lewchewans; being a narrative of a visit to Lewchew or Loochoo, in October, 1850. By George Smith, D. D. London, 1853. Sonnerat, 10008, O. Voyage aux Indes Orientales, et à La Chine. Par M. Sonnerat. 3 vols. A Paris, 1782. Southgate, 6790, 6978 & 7000, D. Narrative of a tour through Armenia, Kurdistan, Persia and Mesopotamia, with an introduction, and occasional observations upon the condition of Mohammedanism and Christianity in those countries. By the Rev. Horatio Southgate. 2 vols. New York, 1840. Spencer, 9606, O. Travels in Circassia, Krim Tartary, etc. By Edmund , Spencer, Esq. 2 vols. London, 1837. 9692, O. Travels in the Western Caucasus. By Edmund Spencer. 2 vols. London, 1838.
Spencer, 8100, D. Journal of a visitation tour in 1843–4, through part of the western portion of his diocese. By George Trevor Spencer, D. D. Lord Bishop of Madras. London, 1845. 8366, D. Journal of a visitation tour through the provinces of Madura and Tinnivelly, in Madras. By the Rt. Rev. G. T. Spencer, late Bishop of Madras. London, 1846. Stavorinus, 10196, O. Voyage par le Cap de Bonne Espérance et Batavia, A Samarang, a Macassar, a Amboine, et à Surate en 1774, '75, '76, ’77, et '78. Par J. S. Stavorinus. 2 vols. A Paris, 1799. Stocqueler, 7787, D. The hand-book of India, a guide to the stranger and the traveller, and a companion to the resident. By J. H. Stocqueler. London, 1844. Stuart, 13586, O. Journal of a residence in Northern Persia and the adjacent provinces of Turkey. By Lt. Col. Stuart. London, 1854. Szyrma, 10277, D. Revelations of Siberia. By a banished lady. Edited by Col. Lach Szyrma. 2 vols. London, 1852. Taylor, 7457, D. Scenes and adventures in Afghanistan. By Wm. Taylor. London, 1842. Thomson, 12920, O. Western Himalaya and Tibet, a narrative of a journey through the mountains of Northern India in 1847–8. By Thomas Thomson. London, 1852. Tiffany,9076, D. The Canton Chinese; or the American's sojourn in the celestial empire. By Osmond Tiffany, Jr. Boston, 1849. Timkowski, 9944, O. Reise nach China durch die Mongolen, in den Jahren 1820 und 1821, von Georg Timkowski, aus dem Russischen übersetzt von M. J. U. C. Schmidt. 3 Band. Leipzig, 1825–26. Tischendorff, 8628, D. Travels in the east. By Constantine Tischendorff. London, 1847. Todd, 2312, Q. Travels in Western India, embracing a visit to the sacred mounts of the Jains, and of the most celebrated shrines of Hindu faith between Rajpootana and the Indus; with an account of the ancient city of Nehrwalla. By Lieut.-Col. James Todd, author of Annals of Rajasthan. London, 1839. Tomlin, 7841, D. Missionary journals and letters during a residence and travels amongst the Chinese, Siamese, Javanese, Khassias and other eastern nations. By J. Tomlin. London, 1844. Vigne, 10377, O. A personal narrative of a visit to Ghuzni, Kabul, Afghanistan, and of a residence at the court of Dost Mohamed ; with notices of Runjit Sing, Khiva and the Russian expedition. By G. T. Wigne, Esq. London, 1840. 10631, O. Travels in Kashmir, Ladah, Iskardo, the countries adjoining the mountain course of the Indus and the Himalaya, north of . Punjab. With a map. By G. T. Wigne. 2 vols. London, 2. Jon Orlich, 11288, O. Travels in India, including Scinde and the Punjaub. By Captain Leopold Won Orlich. London, 1845. Wade, 7784, D. Journal of a march from Delhi to Peshawur, and from thence to Cabul, with the mission of Lieut.-Col. Sir C. M. Wade. By Lieut. William Barr. London, 1844. Warburton, 7928 & 7982, D. The Crescent and the Cross; or romance and realities of eastern travel. By Eliot Warburton, Esq, 2 vols. London and New York, 1845. Wilbraham, 9813, O. Travels in the Trans-Caucasian provinces of Russia. By Captain Richard Wilbraham. London, 1839. Wines, 11009, O. 1. A peep at China in Mr. Dunn's Chinese collection. By E. C. Wines. Philadelphia, 1839.
Wise, 9822, O. An analysis of one hundred voyages to and from India and China, with remarks on steam power. By Henry Wise. London, 1839. Wolff, 11506 & 11617, O. Narrative of a mission to Bokhara in the years 1843–45, to ascertain the fate of Colonel Stoddart and Captain Conolly. By the Rev. Joseph Wolff, D. D. New York and London, 1845. Wood, 10398, O. A personal narrative of a journey to the source of the river Oxus by the route of the Indus, Kabul and Badakhshan. By Lieut. John Wood. London, 1841. Foung, 7172, D. The English in China. . By William Curling Young. London, 1840. 7150, D. Society in India. By an Indian officer. 2 vols. London, 1841. 71.53, D. Handbook of India and Egypt, comprising the narrative of a journey from Calcutta to England. London, 1841. 7598, D. Letters from Madras, 1836–39. By a lady. London, 1843. 10813, O. & 7511, D. The last year in China, to the peace of Nanking, as sketched in letters to his friends by a field officer. Philadelphia, 1843. 6673, D. The claims of Japan and Malaysia upon Christendom, exhibited in notes of voyages made in 1837 from Canton, in the ship Morrison and brig Himmaleh. 2 vols. New York, 1839. 7196, D. Manners and customs of the Japanese in the 19th century. New York, 1841. 6610, D. The imagery of foreign travels; or extracts from impressions in Egypt, India, &c. London, 1838. 6087, D. The English in India. By a traveller. 2 vols. London, 1835. 7144, D. Narrative of a three months' march in India, and a residence in the Dooab. By the wife of an officer 16th foot. London, 1841. $348, D. The ocean and the desert. By a Madras officer. 2 vols. London, 1846. 7803, D. Journal of a wanderer, being a residence in India, and six weeks in North America. London, 1844. $464, D. Original familiar correspondence between residents in India, including sketches of Java. Edinburgh, 1846. 11198, O. Letters to friends at home from June, 1842, to May, 1843. By an Idler. Calcutta, 1843. $669, D. Military service and adventures in the far east. By a cavalry officer. London, 1847. 7954, D. 3. Recollections of the first campaign west of the Indus. By a Bengal officer. London, 1845. 11878, 0.1. A sketch of Assam and account of the Hill Tribes. By an officer, London, 1847. 12454, O. Wanderings of a pilgrim in search of the picturesque, during 24 years in the east; with revelations of life in the Zenana. 2 vols. London, 1850. 9115, D. 2. Leaves from the journal of a subaltern during the campaigns of the Punjaub. Edinburgh, 1849. 12777, 0. Life in Bombay and the neighboring out-stations. With illustrations. London, 1852. 2630, Q. Rough pencillings of a rough trip to Rangoon in 1846. Calcutta, 1853. d 9108, D. 1. Dry leaves from young Egypt, being a glance at Sindh. LonOn, 1849. 9014, D. 1. Adventures in Borneo. London, 1849. 9753, D. A transport voyage to the Mauritius and back. By the author of “Paddiana.” London, 1851. 13559, O. De Zieke Reiziger; or rambles in Java and the Straits in 1852. By a Bengal Civilian. Illustrations. London, 1853.
TRAVELS IN AFRICA.
Alexander, 9550, O. Narrative of a voyage among the colonies of Western Africa, and a campaign in Kaffir-Land in 1835. By James Edward Alexander. 2 vols. London, 1837. 6571 & 6581, D. An expedition of discovery into the interior of Africa. By James Edward Alexander. 2 vols. Philadelphia and London, 1838. Allen, 12036, O. A narrative of the expedition to the Niger in 1841. By Captain William Allen. 2 vols. London, 1848. Arbousset, 10105, D. Narrative of an exploratory tour to the northeast of the colony of the Cape of Good Hope. By the Revs. T. Arbousset and F. Daumas, of the Paris Missionary Society. Translated from the French of Rev. T. Arbousset, by John Croumbie Brown. London, 1852. Backhouse, 11155, O. A narrative of a visit to the Mauritius and South Africa. By James Backhouse. London, 1844. Barnard, 8854, D. A three years' cruise in the Mozambique Channel for the suppression of the slave trade. By Lieut. Barnard. London, 1848. Barter, 10427, D. The Dorp and the Weld; or six months in Natal. By Charles Barter, Esq. London, 1852. Bartlett, 12104, O. Forty days in the desert on the track of the Israelites; or a journey from Cairo by Wady Feirau, to Mount Sinai and Petra. By the author of “Walks about Jerusalem.” (W. H. Bartlett.) London, 1848. – 12397, O. The Nile boat; or glimpses of the land of Egypt. By W. H. Bartlett. 2d edition. London, 1850. Beecham, 7279, D. Ashantee and the Gold Coast. By John Beecham. London, 1841. Beke, 8801, O. Vol. 20, 2. An inquiry into M. Antoine D'Abbadie's journey to Kaffa in 1843–44, to discover the source of the Nile. By Charles T. Beke. London, 1850. Bevan, 12208, O. Sand and canvas; a narrative of adventures in Egypt; with a sojourn among the artists of Rome. By Samuel Bevan. London, 1849. Blofeld, "..., o, Algeria, past and present. By J. H. Blofeld, Esq. Lon. - on, 1844. Borrer, 8930, D. Narrative of a campaign against the Kabailes of Algeria: with the mission of M. Suchet to the Emir Abd-el-Kader. By Dawson Borrer. London, 1848. Boteler, 9262, O. Narrative of a voyage of discovery to Africa and Arabia, in the Leven and Barracouta from 1821 to 1826, under the command of Capt. F. W. Owen. By Capt. Thomas Boteler, R. N. 2 vols. London, 1835. Broughton, 6666, D. Six years' residence in Algiers. By Mrs. Broughton. London, 1839. Brown, 11002, O. 2. Examination of Mr. Thomas C. Brown, a free colored citizen of South Carolina, as to the actual state of things in Liberia in 1833–34. New York, 1834. Browne, 11726, O. Cruise, with notes of a sojourn on the island of Zanzibar. By J. Ross Browne. New York, 1846. Bullar, 10452, O. A winter in the Azores, and a summer at the baths of the Furnas. By Joseph Bullar, M.D. and Henry Bullar. 2 vols. Lon. don, 1841.