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P REPACK v-viii

General Alphabetical Authors' Catalogue 1-521

Appendix I. — Collections of Voyages and Travels 525-612

Appendix II. — Government, Anonymous, and other

Miscellaneous Publications 615-769

Appendix III. — Transactions and Periodical Publications 771-833


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THE first Catalogue of the Library of the Royal Geographical Society
was prepared by the Secretary, Dr Norton Shaw, in 1852. It was
superseded in 1865 by a larger Catalogue, comprising 542 pages octavo, giving
the contents of the Library down to that date. This was arranged in one
alphabet, according to authors' names, as far as possible, but with subject
headings for anonymous books, and extensive sub-divisions under "Voyages,"
"Transactions," &c. This Catalogue bears marks of having been rapidly
compiled and not very carefully revised. In 1871 an Appendix of 136
pages was prepared by Mr Godfrey M. Evans, of the British Museum,
containing the accessions up to the end of 1870. Mr Evans also prepared
a Classified Catalogue brought up to 1870. The accessions for the ten
years 1870-80 were catalogued by Mr E. C. Rye, at that time Librarian
to the Society, and his is an admirable piece of work, the revision having
been very thorough. It consists of 380 pages, and necessarily follows the
classification of the main Catalogue and its first Supplement, but uniformity
was introduced into the cataloguing of compound names, and some im-
provements were made in the manner of entering official publications.

On my appointment as Librarian in March 1892, it became my duty
to prepare a third Supplement to the Catalogue, containing the accessions
for the ten years ending in i8go. This was completed, with the aid of Mr
Vincent S. B. Hawkins, the Assistant-Librarian, in February 1893. But
after estimates had been obtained for printing the third supplement as a
volume of 420 pages, the Library Committee decided to incorporate the
Catalogue of 1865 and the three appendices, and to print the whole as
one volume. The additional material was prepared for the printer, and
after several experiments the form now adopted was arrived at as the best
and most convenient ; the use of double columns being necessary in order
that the whole might be contained in a single volume.

The one aim kept in view was to produce a Catalogue of the most con-
venient form for the use of Fellows of the Society and practical geographers.
No attempt was made to give a bibliographical description of the books or
a full transcript of the title-pages. Nor are the contents of books, except
in the great collections of travels in Appendix I., noted, save in a few cases,
and papers in journals are not catalogued. The size of the volumes is


only approximately given by the terms folio, quarto, octavo, &c., and some
inconsistency may be found in this respect, as it was not considered advis-
able to delay the Catalogue for six months in order that the size of the
sheets on which each book was printed could be ascertained. When the
place of publication was London it is not noted, and where no town is
given London is to be understood. The names of other towns are given
as currently written in English, although on the book they may be latinised
or in a foreign form. The titles in their entirety or in a slightly abbreviated
form, are given in the language in which the book is written, except in the
case of Russian, where it seemed better to translate than to transliterate the
Russian into Roman letters. The words [In Russian] are added to these
titles in every case.

The present Catalogue includes all books, pamphlets, periodicals, and
other printed papers, in the possession of the Royal Geographical Society
in May 1895, which had been published up to 31st December 1893, but
new editions of works previously catalogued are included down to 1895.
The Catalogue is arranged in four divisions, obviating the difficulties of
reference arising from a mixed system of Author and Subject headings in
the same alphabet.

I. General Alphabetical Authors' Catalogue. — The object of
this Catalogue is to show which of the works of each Author are in the
Library. It is arranged in strict alphabetical order according to surnames.
The names of important ships have been added to those of authors, and
in most cases biographical notices have been entered under the name of
the subject of the memoir as well as that of the author. Where the
biographical notice is anonymous, it appears under the name of the subject
only. The convenience of these transgressions of the rule will, we believe,
excuse the inconsistency.

The entries are of three kinds : — (i.) Titles of books distinguished by
a small circle following the number which indicates their size, e,g., 8°, for
an octavo book. Papers in the Ergdnzungsheffe of " Petermann's Mittheil-
ungen," and in the Supplementary Papers of the Royal Geographical
Society, are included. (2.) Pamphlets of less than 100 pages, and kept
unbound or in plain cardboard covers, including extracts from periodicals,
reprints, and cuttings. These are distinguished by a star, e.g., 8* for an
octavo pamphlet. (3.) Cross-references to names of joint-authors, and to
the authors of papers noticed in Appendices I. and XL, as well as to the
early travellers whose works are noticed in Appendix I.

In many cases the alphabetical arrangement of names presents serious
difficulties, and in spite of much care some anomalies remain in the
text. The inconvenience due to this cause is, however, minimised by
the copious use of cross-references. The difficulty arises sometimes
from uncertainty as to the true surname, e.g., E. de Bourgade la Da?-dye,
or A. Bouquet de la Grye. In such cases the titles are given under


the name to which it seemed most natural to refer, with cross-references
under the other names. Following the rule adopted in Mr Rye's supple-
ment, foreign names in de, d\ le, von, or van, e.g., De Candolle, UAnville.
Le Blanc, von Richthofen, van Noort, are given under the initials of the
main word ; but names in De la, Du, Von der, Van der, are given under D
or V. Where such names belong to Englishmen or Americans, the article
or preposition is in all cases treated as part of the name, e.g., De Ranee,
Le Messurier. Where deviations from this rule escaped notice until the
proof was in pages, a cross-reference is inserted in the proper place. For
the sake of uniformity, names in Mac — appear as if fully spelled even
when the authors use the form M^ or Mc; but the use of a capital or
small letter following Mac or Fitz — which does not affect the alphabetical
arrangement — is in accordance with the authors' usage. The contraction
St is placed along with Saint. Russian names in Ch are sometimes given
under Teh or Tseh when occurring only in French or German titles.

The military, naval, or other ofificial designations of authors are given
merely for the purpose of allowing the author to be more easily recognised.
As a rule, the highest rank reached by an author is stated when this was
known ; but some cases may have been overlooked, and in other cases
reasons, which will be apparent on reading the entry, make a deviation
from the rule advisable. Every effort has been made to give the works of
different authors of the same name correctly ; but there are a few cases in
which it was found impossible to ascertain whether certain books were by a
particular author or by a contemporary of the same name. The Christian
names or initials of some authors, particularly of Frenchmen, could not be
discovered without an expenditure of time that seemed unjustifiable.

The 521 pages of the alphabetical Catalogue were revised carefully by
Lieut.-Col. J. Dalton and Mr E. G. Ravenstein, members of the Library
Committee, whose corrections were of the utmost value.

2. Appendix I. — Collections of Voyages and Travels. — The
collections are arranged alphabetically under the names of their compilers
when these are known, and the anonymous works are placed at the end in
chronological order. The contents are reprinted, with corrections when
necessary, and many additions, from the previous Catalogue and Supple-

3. Appendix II.- — Government, Anonymous, and other Miscel-
laneous Publications. — These are incapable of alphabetical arrangement,
except so far as concerns the larger divisions. The continents are given
in alphabetical order, the chief countries in each also arranged alphabeti-
cally ; and whenever the number of publications to be catalogued is large
enough the countries are subdivided, the divisions being indicated, for
convenience of reference, by letters of the alphabet. The ultimate
arrangement under each head is chronological. When authors' names
occur, they are as a rule referred to in the alphabetical part of the Cata-


logue, to which the Appendices are subordinate and supplementary. In
this Appendix the pamphlets have not been distinguished from the bound

4. Appendix III. — Transactions and Periodical Publications. —
The Library of the Society is particularly rich in sets of transactions and
periodicals, and these have recently been put in thorough order by Dr
James Murie, by whom this Appendix has been compiled and revised
directly from the works. The arrangement is geographical, as in the case
of Appendix II. The continents are arranged alphabetically, the countries
and the towns in each country being also in alphabetical order. Notes and
comments on the sets of serials are given in a brief form when necessary.

A new Subject Catalogue of the Library is at present in course of
compilation, in which the principal contents of all the geographical books
and periodicals belonging to the Society will be classified, and so the
Library will be made for the first time fully available for geographical

In preparing this Catalogue for press, I have received much helpful
advice from the President, Mr Clements R. Markham, C.B., and from
Mr J. Scott Keltie, as well as great assistance from Lieut.-Col. Dalton, Mr
Ravenstein, Dr Murie, Mr Vincent Hawkins, and especially from Mr
Edward Heawood, M.A.


Librarian, R.G.S.

I Savile Row, London, W.,
2Tth May 1895.


A Abd-el-Qader et sa Nouvelle

Capitale. Map. 8* Paris, 1840

A K. See Hennessy, J. B. N.

Aa, Van der. See under Robide van der

Aa ; Van der Aa.
Abad, J. R. La Republica Dominicana,

Reseiia General Geografico-Estadistica.

8° Santo Domingo, 1888

Puerto Rico en la Feria. Exposicion

de Ponce en 1882. Memoria redactada
de orden de la junta directiva de la
misma, por Don Jose Ramon Abad.
8° Ponce, 1885

Abbadie, Antoine d'. Notice sur les
Travaux Scientifiques ; Voyage a Olinda.
4* Paris, 1836-37

Voyage en Abyssinie. 8* Paris, 1839

Note sur le haul Fleuve Blanc. 8*

Paris, 1849

Reponses de Falasha dits Juifs d' Abys-
sinie aux questions faites par M. Luzzato.
8* Paris, 1850

Observations relatives au cours du Nil

et aux lacs de I'Afrique Centrale. 8*

Paris, 1851

Geodesie d'Ethiopie, ou Triangulation

d'une partie de la Haute Ethiopie,
executee selon des methodes nouvelles.
Verifiee et redigee par Rodolphe Radau.
Maps. Imperfect. 4° Paris, 1860-73

Description d'un instrument pour la

pratique de la Geodesie expeditive. 4*

Paris, 1863
Geographie de I'^thiopie. Ce que j'ai

entendu, faisant suite a ce que j'ai vu.

Premier volume. 8° Paris, 1890
and J. A. Chaho. Etudes Grammati-

cales sur la Langue Euskarienne. 8°

Paris, 1836
Abbadie, Arnauld d'. Douze Ans dans

la Haute Ethiopie (Abyssinie). Vol. i.

Map. 8° Paris, 1868

Abbate, Enrico. Guida al Graii Sasso

d'ltalia, publicata per cura della Sezione

di Roma del Club Alpino Italiano.

Mats, tlans, and illustrations. 12°

Rome, 1888
Abbate Pasha, Dr. De la pretendue

Sphericite de la Terre connue des An-

ciens Egyptiens. 8* Cairo, 1893

Abbate Pasha, Dr. II Genio e I'obbiet-
tivo di Colombo. In rapporto alle con-
dizione geografiche contemporanee dell'
Egitto. 8* Naples, 1893

Abbe, Cleveland. Smithsonian Miscel-
laneous Collections, 843 : The Mecha-
nics of the Earth's Atmosphere j(a Col-
lection of Translations). 8°

Washington, 1891

See United States, H, b : Appendix 2.

Abbot, H. L. Reports of Explorations
and Surveys to ascertain the most prac-
ticable and economical route for a Rail-
road from the Mississippi River to the
Pacific Ocean. Vol. 6. 4°

Washington, 1857

See Humphreys.

Abbott, Charles C. Primitive Industry ;
or, Illustrations of the Handiwork, in
Stone, Bone, and Clay, of the Native
Races of the Northern Atlantic Seaboard
of America. (Peabody Academy of Sci-
ence. ) Map and illustrations. 8*

Salem, Mass., 1881

Abbott, Major F. Selections from the
Report of, on the Grand Trunk Road from
Goorsahai Gunge to Dehlie, 1844. Plate.
(In India Records, N.-W. Provinces,
Vol. 2.) Allahabad, 1856

Abbott, Francis. Results of Meteoro-
logical Observations for twenty years for
Hobart Town, from Jan. 1 84 1 to Dec.
i860. 4* Hobart, 1 86 1

Results of Five Years' Meteorological

Observations for Hobart Town, with
which are incorporated the results of
twenty-five years' observations. 4*

Hobart, 1872

Abbott, Capt. J. Journey from Heraut
to Khiva, Moscow, and St Petersburg
during the late Russian invasion of
Khiva. Map and portrait. 2 vols. 8°

See India, G : Appendix 2.

Abbott, Samuel W. On the Geographi-
cal Distribution of certain Causes of
Death in Massachusetts. Maps. 8°

Boston, Mass. [1893]


Abd-er-Razzak. See Hakluyt Soc. Publ. ,
Vol. 22: Appendix I.

Abdoul-Kerim. See Schefer.

Abdy, E. S. Journal of a Residence and
Tour in the United States of North
America, from April 1833 to October
1834. 3 vols. 12° 183s

Abel, C. Narrative of a Journey in the
Interior of China, and of a Voyage to
and from that Country, in the years 1816
and 181 7. Maps and plates. 4° 1818

Abel, Sir Frederick. The Work of the

• Imperial Institute. Address delivered at

the Royal Institution of Great Britain

. . . 22nd April 1887. Map. 8* 1887

Abel-Reinusat, J. P. See Remusat.

Abendroth, . Ritzebiittel und das

Seebad zu Cuxhaven. Map and plates.
8° Hamburg, 1 8 18

Abercrorabie, Lieut. R. Rajendraname ;
or. History of Coorg. With an English
Translation by Lieut. R. Abercrombie.
4* Mangalore, 1857

Abercromby, Hon. John. A Trip
through the Eastern Caucasus, with a
chapter on the Languages of the Country.
Maps and illustrations. 8° 1 88g

Abercromby, Hon. Ralph. Principles
of Forecasting by means of Weather
Charts. Issued by the authority of the
Meteorological Council. Charts, Ss'c.
8° 1885

■ Weather : a Popular Exposition of

the Nature of Weather Changes from
Day to Day. Illustrations. Small 8°


Seas and Skies in many Latitudes ;

or. Wanderings in Search of Weather.
Maps and illustrations. 8° 1888

See Symons.

Abercromby, Sir Ralph. See Pinckard.

Aberdeen, Earl of. See Walpole, Travels :
Appendix i.

Abert, Col. J. J. Report on the Com-
merce of the Lakes and Western Rivers.
8° Washington, 1841

Report on the subject of Rivers and

Harbours. 8° Washington, 1850

Abich, H. Geognostiche Reise zum
Ararat und Verschuttung des Thales von
Arguri, 1840. 8° Berlin, n.d.

Meteorologische Beobachtungen in

Transcaucasien. 4* Berlin, n.d.

Ueber das Steinsalz und seine geolo-

gische Stellung im Russischen Armenien,
Palseontologischer Th'eil. Plates. 4°

St Petersburg, 1857

Sur la Structure et Gfologie du

Daghestan. Plate. 4*

St Petersburg, 1S62

Aper9u de mes Voyages en Trans-

caucasie en 1864. 8* Moscow, 1865

• Beitrage zur geologischen Kenntniss

der Thermalquellen in den Kaukasischen
Landern. Lief. I. Map. 4* Tijlis, 1865

Abich, H. Elnleitende Grundziige der
Geologie der Halbinseln Kertsch und
Taman. Plates. 4* St Petersburg, \?>(ii

Karten und Profile zur Geologie der

Halbinseln Kertsch und Taman. Als
Beitrag, &c. 4* Tips, 1866

Translation by A. Phyladelphyn of

Abich's " Earthquakes at Shamack and
Erzeroum in May 1859." [In Russian.]
Maps. 8* N. P., N. D.

Zur Geologie des slidostlichen Kau-

kasus. Bemerkungen von meinen Reisen
im Jahre 1865. 8* St Petersburg, 1866

Report on Explorations in Naphtha

districts in the Trans-Kuban District
and the Peninsula of Tamand. [In
Russian.] 8* Tiflis, 1867

Bemerkungen iiber die GeroU- und

Triiiiimer-ablagerungen aus der Gletsch-
erzeit im Kaukasus. 8*

St Petersburg, 1 87 1

Ueber die Lage der Schneegrenze und

die Gletscher der Gegenwart im Kau-
kasus. Small 8* St Petersburg, 1877

Ein Cyclus fundamentaler baro-

metrischer Hohenbestimmungen auf dem
Armenischen Hochlande. 4*

St Petersburg, 1 880

See Baer and Helmersen, 13.

Abney, Capt. W. de W. See Cunning-
ham, C. D.
Aboulfeda (or Abulfeda, or Abu-Ufeda).
Geographic de. Traduite de I'Arabe,
et accompagnee de Notes, et d'eclaircis-
sements, par M. Reinaud. Maps. Vol.
I and Vol. 2, Part I. 2 vols. 4°

Paris, 1848

Geographic d' Aboulfeda. Traduite

de I'Arabe en Franpais et accompagnee
de Notes par M. Stanislas Guyard.
Tome II., Seconde partie, contenant la
fin de la traduction du texte Arabe et
ITndex general. 4° Paris, 1883

See De la Roque; Pocock ; also Astley,

Vol. I ; AUgemeine Historic, Vol. i ;
Thevenot, Vol. I : Appendix i.
About, E. Rome Contemporaine. 2nd
edition. 8° Paris, 1861

Abrahall, Chandos Hoskyns. Arctic
Enterprise : a Poem. 8* 1856

The Career of Franklin : an Ode ;

with other Poems. 12* i860

Abu'abd Allah Baka Ad-din Al-Janadi.

See Omarah.
Abu Ishak-el-Farssi-el-Istachri. See

Abu'l Ghazi Bahader Khan. A General
History of the Turks, Moguls, and
Taters, vulgarly called Tartars, together
with a Description of the Countries they
inhabit ; the Genealogical History of the
Taters. Translated from the MS. in the
Mogul Language by Abu'l Ghazi Bahader
Khan of Khowarazm. 2 vols. 8°. 2
Maps. 1730


Abu Riha el Biruni. See Alberuni.

Abu Talib Hussyny. See Timur.

Aby-Serour, Mordokhai'. Premier etab-
lissment cles Israelites a Timbouktou.
Plate and map. 8° Incomplete

[Paris, 1870]

Acerbi, Joseph. Travels through Sweden,
Finland, and Lapland, to the North
Cape, in 1798-99. Maps and plates.
2 vols. 4° 1802

Acheson, Fred. Collection and Storage
of Water in Victoria. See Victoria,
Prize Essays : Appendix 2.

Achmet, Chan. See Appendix i ; Purchas,
Vol. 2, Book 9.

Ackermann, Dr Carl. Beitrage zur
physischen Geographie der Ostsee. Map
and tables. 8° Hamburg, 1883

Adand, H. W. The Plains of Troy.
Map. Royal 8° Oxford, 1839

Acosta, Joaquin. Compendio Historico
del Descubrimiento y Colonizacion de la
Nueva Granada, en el Siglo Decimo
sexto. Map and plates. 8° Paris, 1848

See Jomard.

Acosta, Joseph. Historia natural y moral
de las Indias. En que se tratan las cosas
notables del cielo . . . y los ritos
. . . de los Indios. Sq. 8°

Madrid, 1608

The Naturall and Morall Historic of

the East and West Indies. Intreating
of the Remarkable Things of Heaven . . .
together with the Manners ... of the
Indians. Translated from the Spanish
by E. G. [Edward Grimston]. Sq. 8°


See Hakluyt Soc. Publ. , Vols. 60,

61 ; Gottfried ; Purchas, Vol. 3, Book 5:
Appendix I.

Acosta, Dr Nicolas. See Rada.

Acuna, Father Christoval de. See
Hakluyt Soc. Publ., Vol. 24; AUge-
meine Historic, Vol. 16 : Appendix 1.

Acunha, Tristano d'. See Gottfried :
Appendix I.

Adalbert of Prussia, Prince. Travels
in the South of Europe and in Brazil,
with a Voyage up the Amazon and
Xingii : with Introduction by JBaron
Humboldt. Translated by Sir R. H.
Schomburgk and J. E. Taylor. Plates.
2 vols. 8° 1849

Adatn, Alex. Roman Antiquities. 8°

Edinburgh, 1797

Summary of Geography and History,

both Ancient and Modern. Maps. 8°


Adams, Arthur. Notes from a Journal
of Research into the Natural History of
the Countries visited during the Voyage
of H.M.S. "Samarang,"&c. 8° 1848

Travels of a Naturalist in Japan and

Manchuria. Frontispiece. 8° 1870

Adams, Arthur. See Belcher.

Adams, A. L. Field and Forest Rambles ;

with Notes and Observations on the

Natural History of Eastern Canada.

Maps and plates. 8° 1873
On a Fossil Saurian Vertebra (Arcto-

saurus Osborni) from the Arctic Regions.

8* Dublin, 1875

Adams, Clement. Sec Purchas, Vol. 3,
Book 2 : Appendix i .

Adams, Cyrus C. Railroad Develop-
ment in Africa. (From the Engineering
Magazine, February 1893.) Map and
illustrations. 8* 1893

Adams, Edwin. Geography Classified : a
Systematic Manual of Mathematical,
Physical, and Political Geography ; with
Geographical, Etymological, and His-
torical Notes. 12° 1863

Adams, Francis. The Australians : a
Social Sketch. 8° 1893

Adams, F. O. Despatches from Mr Adams,
Her Majesty's Secretary of Legation at
Yedo, respecting the Deterioration of
Silk in Japan. (Including Report by
Mr Robertson, Her Majesty's Consul at
Kanagawa, on Silk Cultivation in Japan.)
Map. Folio* Yedo, 1871

The History of Japan from the

earliest period to the present times.
Maps and plans. 2 vols. 8° 1874-75

Adams, J. The Flowers of Modern
Travels : being Elegant, Entertaining,
and Instructive Extracts, selected from
the works of the most celebrated travel-
lers. 3rd edition. 2 vols. 12° 1792

Adams, J. Q. Letters on Silesia, written
during a tour through that Country in
the years 1800, 1801. Map. 8° 1804

Adams, Capt. John. Remarks on the
Country extending from Cape Palnias
to the River Congo ; with an Account
of the European Trade with the West
Coast of Africa. Maps. 8° 1823

Adams, John. See Juan.

Adams, Robert. The Narrative of a
Sailor, who was wrecked on the Western
Coast of Africa in 1810, was detained
three Years in Slavery by the Arabs of
the Great Desert, and resided several
months in the City of Timbuctoo ; with
Notes and an Appendix. Map. 4° 18 16

Adams, W. B. Baikie, and C. Barron.

Manual of Natural History for the Use
of Travellers : being a Description
of the Families of the Animal and
Vegetable Kingdoms, with Remarks
on the Practical Study of Geology and
Meteorology ; to which are appended
Directions for Collecting and Preserving.
12° 1854


Adams, William. See Astley, Vol. i ;
Hakluyt Soc. Publ., Vol. 8; Harris,
Vol. i; Kerr, Vol. 8; Purchas, Vol. I,
Book 3 ; Gottfried ; AUgemeine Historie,
Vol. I : Appendix i.

Adamson, John. Obituary Notice of.
8* Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1856

Adanson, M. A Voyage to Senegal, the
Isle of Goree, and the River Gambia.
Map. 8° 1759

■ r See Pinkerton, Vol. 16 ; Appendix I.

Adderley, Sir Augustus. The West
Indies at the Colonial and Indian Exhi-
bition. 8* 1887

Addison, Charles G. Damascus and
Palmyra : a Journey to the East, with
a Sketch of the State and Prospects of
Syria under Ibrahim Pasha. Coloured
plates. 2 vols. 8° 1838

Addison, Joseph. Remarks on several
parts of Italy, &c., in the years 1701,
1702, 1703. 3rd edition. 12° 1726

See " The World Displayed," Vol.

19, p. 609 ; Appendix i.

Addison, Lancelot. West Baibary ; or,
a Short Narrative of the Revolutions of

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