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Voyages de Navarrette ; Missions de
Jesuites. Ambassade Russe. Observa-
tions tirees de Gemelli Carreri et autres
voyageurs.

Description des quinze provinces de la
Chine.

VOLUME 7.

Mceurs des Chinois ; Division de la
Nation en differentes classes, Com-
merce, Arts, Sciences, Histoire, Morale,
Langage ; Confucius ou Konfut-tsee,
Religion, Gouvernement, &c.

VOLUME 8.
Histoire Naturelle de la Chine. De la

Coree.
Tartarie Chinoise, Tartares Mantchous ;

Mogols noirs, Mogols jaunes ou Kalkas.
Tartarie Independante. Tartares Eleuths

ou Kalmouks. Thibet. Pays des

Usbecks, Turkestan.



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APPENDIX I. TRAVELS, ETC.



Laharpe, Vol. 8 continued.
Siberia. Voyage de Gmelin.
Samoiedes et Ostiaks, par un Anonyme.
Voyage de M. 1'Abbe Chappe.
Japon. Voyage de Kaempfer, Gouverne-
ment, Mceurs, Religion, et Histoire
naturelle des Japonais.

VOLUME 9.
Amerique. Premieres Decouvertes et

Premiers Etablissemens Espagnols dans

le Nouveau- Monde. Christophe Col-

omb.
Nouvelles Decouvertes et nouveaux

Crimes ; Vasco Nugnez, Las Casas.
Mexique. Hernandez de Cordove, De-

couverte de 1'Yucatan.
Fernancl Cortez. Decouverte du Mexique.

VOLUME 10.

Amerique. Mexique. Prise de Mexico.
Nouvelle-Espagne, ou Description du
Mexique. Perou. Decouverte et
Conquete du Perou par F. Pizarre et
Don Diegue d'Almagro, avec Descrip-
tion.

VOLUME n.

Amerique. Perou. Origine des Incas,
Mceurs des Peruviens modernes et des
Creoles. Details sur les Anciens
Peruviens. Mines et Montagnes.
Voyage des Mathematiciens Franais
et Espagnols aux Montagnes de Quito.
Retour de M. de La Condamine par la
Riviere des Amazones.

Amerique Meridionale. Tierra-Firme,
Rio de la Plata, Guiane, Histoire
Naturelle, depuis FLsthme de Panama
jusqu'au Bresil.

VOLUME 12.

Amerique. Bresil. Etablissemens, De-
scription, et Histoire Naturelle du
Bresil.

Amerique Septentrionale. Floride.
Colonies Anglaises. Nouvelle-Angle-
terre, Nouvelle - York, Caroline,
Georgie.

VOLUME 13.

Amerique. Colonies Francaises. Baie
d'Hudson, lie Royale, Canada ou
Nouvelle-France. Caractere, Usages,
Religion, Moeurs, des Habitans, et
Histoire Naturelle de 1'Amerique
Septentrionale. Observations particu-
lieres sur les Pays les plus eloignes vers
le Nord.

VOLUME 14.

Amerique. Antilles. Moeurs des Cara'i-
bes. Saint-Domingue, La Martinique,
La Guadeloupe, La Grenade, Sainte-
Lucie. Commerce des iles Francaises.
Saint-Christophe, Jamaique, Barbade,
Antigoa, Montserrat, Nevis, La Bar-
boude, Anguilla. Histoire Naturelle
des Antilles.



Laharpe continued.

VOLUME 15.

Voyages autour du Monde et aux Poles.
Voyages au Sud-Ouest. Magellan, Drake,
Sarmiento, Candish, Sebald de Weert,
Spilberg, Noort, Le Maire, Wood
Rogers, Dampier, Gemelli-Carreri, La
Barbinais le Gentil, Anson.
Voyages au Nord-Ouest et au Nord-Est.

VOLUME 16.

Islande. Iles de Jean Mayen. Nouvelle-
Zemble. Kamschatka, climat, miner-
aux, animaux.

VOLUME 17.

Kamschatka. Habitans. Decouverte et
Conquete par les Russes, leur Com-
merce avec ce pays, Vocabulaire.
Greenland. Glaces, Climat, Mineraux,
Vegetaux, Betes, Oiseaux, Poissons, et
Habitans.

VOLUME 18.

Annales, ou Histoire civile du Greenland.
Premiers etablissemens Danois, jusqu'a
1740.

Nouveaux Voyages dans la Mer du Sud.
Byron, Carteret, Wallis, Bougainville.

VOLUME 19.

Nouveaux Voyages dans la Mer du Sud.
Cook.

VOLUME 20.
Cook. Second Voyage.

VOLUME 21.

Cook. Second Voyage continue. Extrait
de 1'Ouvrage de J. R. Forster, intitule
" Observations faites pendant un Voy-
age autour du Monde," &c.

VOLUMES 22-24.
Cook. Troisieme Voyage.

Linschoten, John Hughen van. Dis-
course of Voyages into the East and West
Indies. [Wants general title.] Maps.
Folio 1 598

First Booke. Travailles into the East or
Portingales Indies, The He Mada-
gascar, Mossambique, Arabia Felix,
Ormus, Cambaia, of the Coast of
India, from Goa to the Cape de
Comoriin, Malabar, the Islands called
Maldyua, Seylon, the Coast of Chora-
mandel, Bengalen and the River
Ganges, the Coasts and Lands of
Aracan, Pegu and Sian to the Cape of
Singapura, and the towne of Malacca,
the Islands of Sumatra, Java Major,
Maluco, Borneo, Manillios or Philip-
pinas, China, Japan, a Description of
the Hands of St Helena, Ascention,
the Canaria, and the Acores.
Second Booke. The true and perfect
Description of the whole Coast of
Guinea, Manicongo, Angola, Monomo-
tapa, and right over against them the
Cape of S. Augustin in Brasilia, with



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Linschoten, Book 2 continued.

the compasse of the whole Ocean Seas,
together with the Hands, as S. Thomas,
S. Helena, and the Ascention, &c.

Thirde Booke. The Navigation of the
Portingales into the East Indies, con-
taining their Travels by Sea, into East
India, and from the East Indies into
Portingall, also from the Portingall
Indies to Malacca, China, Japon, the
Hands of Java and Sunda, lx>th to and
fro, and from China to the Spanish
Indies, as also of the Coast of Brasilia,
and the Havens thereof.

Fourth Booke. A most true and cef taine
extract and summarie of all the Rents,
Demaines, Tolles, Taxes, Impostes,
Tributes, Tenthes, third-pennies, and
incommings of the King of Spain.

Navarette, Don Martin Fernandez de.

Coleccion de los Viages y Descubri-
mientos, que hicieron por Mar los
Espanoles desde fines del Siglo XV.,
con varios Documentos ineditos con-
cernientes a la Historia de la Marina
Castellana y de los Establecimientos
Espanoles en Indias. 5 vols. Maps.
Small 4 Madrid, 1825-37

Vol. I. Colon, Almir. D. Cristobal.
Relaciones, Cartas, y otros Docu-
mentos, concernientes a los cuatro
Viages para el Descubrimiento de las
Indias Occidentales.

Vol. 2. Documentos de Colon y de las
Primeras Poblaciones, anos 1474-1515.
Vol. 3. Viages Menores, 1495-1595-
Las Cuatro Navegaciones de Americo
Vespucio. Establecimientos de los
Espanoles en el Darien. Suple-
mento al Tomo 2.

Vol. 4. Expedicionesal Maluco. Viage
de Magallanes y de Elcano, anos
1518-24.

Vol. 5. Expedicionesal Maluco. Viages
de Loaisa, y de Saavedra, anos 1522-
'537-

French Translation of the part relat-
ing to the Voyages of Columbus. 3 vols.
8 U Paris, 1828

Pelham, Cavendish. The World, or
the Present State of the Universe : being
a General and Complete Collection of
Modern Voyages and Travels, selected,
arranged, and digested from the Narra-
tives of the latest and most Authentic
Travellers and Navigators. 2 vols. Maps,
and plates. 4 1 808-10

CONTENTS.

VOLUME i.
Sonnini, C. S. Travels in Upper and

Lower Egypt, abridged.
Park, Mungo. Travels into the Interior
Districts of Africa, in 1795-97.



Pelham, Vol. i continued.

Cook, Capt. James. Strictures on the
Life of, and on his First and Second
Voyages to the Southern Hemisphere.

Cooke, Clerke, and Gore, Captains.
Voyage to the Pacific Ocean for
making Discoveries in the Northern
Hemisphere, in 1776-80.

Vancouver, Capt. George. Voyage of
Discovery of the North Pacific Ocean,
and round the World, in 1790-95.

Wilson, W. Missionary Voyage to the
South Pacific Ocean, in 1796-98, in
the ship "Duff."

Staunton, Sir George. Account of the
Earl of Macartney's Embassy from the
King of Great Britain to the Emperor
of China.

Philip, Governor. Voyage to Botany
Bay, with an Account of the Estab-
lishment of the Colonies of Port
Jackson and Norfolk Island ; to which
are added the Journals of Lieuts.
Shortland, Watts, Ball, and Capt.
Marshall.

Hodges, William. Travels in India
during 1780-83.

VOLUME 2.

La Perouse. Voyage round the World
during 1785-88.

Labillardiere, M. Voyage in Search of
La Perouse, in 1791-93.

Lesseps, M. de. Travels in Kamtschatka,
in 1787-88.

Portlock, Capt. Nathaniel. Voyage
round the World, but more parti-
cularly to the North-West Coast of
America, in 1786-88, abridged.

Rochon, Abbe. Voyage to Madagascar
and the East Indies.

Volney, C. F. Travels through Syria
and Egypt, in 1783-85.

Dillon, J. Talbot. Travels through
Spain, with Notes and Observations
from a Tour through Spain and
Portugal in 1803, by C. A. Fischer.

Link, H. F. Travels in Portugal.

Stollxjrg, Count F. L. Travels through
Germany, Switzerland, Italy, and
Sicily.

Brie, J De. Appendix to Stolberg's
Travels, extracted from a Journey in
Moravia and Bohemia, in 1804.

Dutens, J. V. Travels in Upper and
Lower Hungary, Transylvania, Scla-
vdnia, Croatia, and Morlachia, in
1806.

Coxe, W. Travels in Poland.

Nowel, T. Travels in Denmark, Nor-
way, and Sweden, in 1801.

Tooke, W. View of the Russian Empire.

Symes, M. Account of an Embassy to
the Kingdom of Ava, in 1795-



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Pelham, Vol. 2 continued.

Franklin, W. Observations made on a
Tour from Bengal to Persia, in 1786-87,
with an Account of the Remains of the
Palace of Persepolis.

Jackson, J. Journey from India towards
England in 1797, through Curdistan,
Diarbekr, Armenia, and Natolia, in
Asia ; and Romelia, Bulgaria, Wal-
lachia, Transylvania, &c., in Europe.

General Geographical Description of trie
World.

Phillips, Sir Richard. A Collection of
Modern and Contemporary Voyages and
Travels, containing: i. Translations
from Foreign Languages of Voyages and
Travels never before translated ; 2.
Original Voyages and Travels never
before published ; 3. Analysis of New
Voyages and Travels published in Eng-
land, [i sf Series.] iivols. Maps and
plates. [Published by Sir Richard Phillips.]
8 1805-10

CONTENTS.

VOLUME i.

Cassas, L. F. Travels in Istria and
Dalmatia, 1702, drawn up from the
Itinerary by Joseph Lavellee. Trans-
lated from the French.
Kiittner, C. Gottlob. Travels through
Denmark, Sweden, Austria, and part
of Italy, 1798-99. Translated from
the German.

Michaux, F. A. Travels to the West-
ward of the Allegany Mountains, in
the States of the Ohio, Kentucky, and
Tennessee, 1802. Translated from the
French.

An Itinerary from London to Constanti-
nople, in 60 days, taken in the suite of
the British Ambassador to the Ottoman
Porte, 1794.

Woodward, Capt. David. Narrative of
the Sufferings of, and four Seamen,
who lost their ship while in a boat at
sea, and surrendered themselves to the
Malays, in the Island of Celebes, 1 804.
Kotzebue, Aug. Von. Journey from Ber-
lin through Switzerland to Paris, 1804.
Tuckey, J. H. Account of a Voyage to
establish a Colony at Port Philip, in
Bass's Strait, on the South Coast of
New South Wales, 1802-4.

VOLUME 2.

Olafsen and Povelsen. Travels in Ice-
land, 1 800- 1. Translated from the
Danish.

St Vincent, J. B. G. M. Bory de.
Voyage to, and Travels through the
Four Principal Islands of the African
Seas [Canaries, Teneriffe, IsleofFrance,
Isle of Bourbon], 1801 -2 ; with a Narra-
tive of the Passage of Capt. Bauclin to
Port Louis in the Mauritius.



Phillips [i], Vol. 2 continued.

Gleanings of a Wanderer in various parts
of England, Scotland, and North Wales,
made during an Excursion in 1804.

Holcroft, Thomas. Travels from Ham-
burgh, through Westphalia, Holland,
and the Netherlands, to Paris.

VOLUME 3.

Pouqueville, F. C. H. L. Travels
through the Morea, Albania, and
several other parts of the Ottoman
Empire to Constantinople, 1798-1801.
Translated from the French.

Mangourit, M. O. B. Travels in Hanover,
1803-4, containing an Account of the
P'orm of Government, Religion, Agri-
culture, Commerce, and Natural His-
tory of the country.

Fischer, Christian Aug. Letters written
during a Journey to Montpellier, 1804.

Spain and Portugal, A Tour through the
Principal Provinces of, 1803 ; with
cursory Observations on the Manners
of the Inhabitants.

Journal of a Tour in Ireland, 1804 ; with
Remarks on the Character, Manners,
and Customs of the Inhabitants.

Carr, John. A Northern Summer ; or,
Travels round the Baltic, through
Denmark, Sweden, Russia, Prussia,
and part of Germany, 1804.

Turnbull, John. Voyage round the
World, 1800-4.

VOLUME 4.

Durand, J. P. L. Voyage to Senegal ;
or, Historical, Philosophical, and
Political Memoirs relative to the
Discoveries, Establishments, and
Commerce of Europeans in the
Atlantic Ocean, from Cape Blanco to
the River of Sierra Leone ; to which
is added an Account of a Journey from
Isle St Louis to Galam, 1785-86.

Depons, F. Travels in parts of South
America, 1801-4.

A Tour in Wales, and several Counties
of England, including both the Uni-
versities, 1805.

Kotzebue, Aug. v. Travels through
Italy, 1804-5.

VOLUME 5.

Sarytschew, Gawrila. Account of a
Voyage of Discovery to the North-East
of Siberia, the Frozen Ocean, and the
North-East Sea, 1785. Translated
from the Russian.

Reuilly, J. Travels in the Crimea, and
along the Shores of the Black Sea,
1803. Translated from the French.

Fischer, C. A. Travels to Hyeres, in
the South of France, 1806. Translated
from the German.



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Phillips [i], Vol. 5 continued.

A Tour through the Island of Riigen, in
the Baltic, 1805. By a Temporary
Inhabitant. Translated from the
German.

Helms, Anthony Z. Travels from Buenos
Ayres, by Potosi to Lima ; with Notes
by the Translator.

An Account of a Voyage to India, China,
&c., in H.M.S. "Caroline," 1803-5,
with Descriptive Sketches and cursory
remarks. By an Officer of the " Caro-
line."

Carr, John. Stranger in Ireland, or a
Tour in the Southern and Western
Parts of that country, 1805.

VOLUME 6.

Du Lac, Perrin. Travels through the
Two Louisianas, and among the Savage
Nations of the Missouri ; also in the
United States, along the Ohio, and
the adjacent Provinces, 1801-3. Trans-
lated from the French.

Sarytschew, G. Voyage of Discovery to
the North-East of Siberia. Vol. 2.

Reinbeck, G. Travels from St Peters-
burgh through Moscow, Grodno, War-
saw, Breslaw, &c. , to Germany, 1805.
Translated from the German.

Lewis and Clark, Captains, Dr Sibley,
and Mr Dunbar. Travels in the
Interior Parts of America, communi-
cating Discoveries made in exploring
the Missouri, Red River, and Washita;
with a Statistical Account of the
Countries adjacent, 1805.

Spilsbury, F. B. Account of a Voyage
to the West Coast of Africa by H. M.
Sloop " Favourite," 1805.

WaVing, Edw. Scott. Tour to Sheeraz,
by the Route of Kazroon and Feeroz-
abad, 1802 ; with Remarks on the
Manners, &c., of the Persians.

Salvo, Marquis de. Travels from Italy
to England, through the Tyrol, Styria,
Bohemia, Gallicia, Poland, and Li-
vonia, 1806.

VOLUME 7.

Millin, A. L. Travels through the
Southern Departments of France,
1804-5.

Seume, J. G. Tour through part of
Germany, Poland, Russia, Sweden,
Denmark, &c., 1805. Translated
from the German.

Heriot, George. Travels through the
Canadas, containing a Description of
the Scenery on some of the Rivers
and Lakes, &c. ; to which is sub-
joined a comparative view of the
Manners and Customs of several of



Phillips [i] Vol. 7 continued.

the Indian Nations of North and South
America.

VOLUME 8.

St Sauveur, A. G. de. Travels through
the Balearic and Pithiusian Islands,
1 80 1 -6. Translated from the French.

Campenhausen, Baron. Travels through
several Provinces of the Russian
Empire, with an Historical Account
of the Zaporog Cossacks, and of
Bessarabia, Moldavia, Wallachia, and
the Crimea, about 1805.

Carr, Sir John. Tour through Holland,
along the right and left banks of
the Rhine, to the South of Germany,
1806.

Williams, T. Travels through France
during 1802-6.

Semple, R. Observations on a Journey
through Spain and Italy to Naples,
1805.

VOLUME 9.

Bourgoing, J. F. Travels in Spain,
containing a New, Accurate, and
Comprehensive View of the State of
that country, down to 1806.

Travels from Paris through Switzerland
and Italy, 1801-2 ; with Sketches of
the Manners and Characters of the
respective Inhabitants. By a Native
of Pennsylvania.

VOLUME 10.

Bolingbroke, Henry. Voyage to the
Demerary, containing a Statistical
Account of the Settlements there, and
of those on the Essequebo, the Berbice,
and other contiguous rivers of Guyana,
1799.

Ashe, Thomas. Travels in America,
1 806, for the purpose of Exploring the
Rivers Alleghany, Monongahela, Ohio,
and Mississippi.

Collins, Francis. Voyages to Portugal,
Spain, Sicily, Malta, Asia Minor,
Egypt, &c., 1796-1801, with an His-
torical Sketch, and occasional reflec-
tions.

Journal of a Tour to the Western Counties
of England, 1807. By the Author of
"A Tour in Ireland."

VOLUME 11.
Peron, M. F. Voyage of Discovery to

the Southern Hemisphere, 1801-4.
Valentia, Viscount. Voyages and Travels

to India, Ceylon, the Red Sea,

Abyssinia, and Egypt, 1802-6.
Keith, Sir G. M., Bart. Voyage to

South America and the Cape of Good

Hope, 1805-6.
Macdonald, James. Travels through

Denmark and part of Sweden, 1 809.



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Phillips, Sir Richard. A Collection of
Modern and Contemporary Voyages and
Travels. [2nd Series.} 6 vols. Maps
and plates. 8 1810

CONTENTS.

VOLUME i.
Durand, J. P. L. Voyage to Senegal,

1785-86.
Depons, F. Travels in Parts of South

America, 1801-4.

A Tour in Wales, and through several
Counties of England, 1805.

VOLUME 2.
Travels from Paris through Switzerland

and Italy, 1801-2. By a Native of

Pennsylvania.
Bourgoing, J. F. Travels in Spain, 1806.

VOLUME 3.

Campenhausen, Baron. Travels through
several Provinces of the Russian Em-
pire.

St Sauveur, A. G. de. Travels through
the Balearic and Pithiusian Islands,
1801-6.

Carr, Sir John. Tour through Holland,
1806.

Williams, T. Travels through France,
1802-6.

VOLUME 4.

Peron, M. F. Voyage of Discovery to
the Southern Hemisphere, 1801-4.

Valentia, Viscount. Voyages and Travels
to India, Ceylon, the Red Sea, Abys-
sinia, and Egypt, 1802-6.

VOLUME 5.

Bolingbroke, Henry. Voyage to the
Demerary, 1799.

Ashe, T. Travels in America, 1806.

Journal of a Tour in the Western
Counties of England, 1807. By the
Author of " A Tour in Ireland."

VOLUME 6.

Macdonald, J. Travels through Den-
mark and part of Sweden, 1809.
Seume, J. G. Tour through part of

Germany, Poland, Russia, Sweden,

Denmark, &c., 1805.
Sarytschew, G. Voyage of Discovery to

the North-East of Siberia, 1785.
A Tour through the Island of Rligen, in

the Baltic, 1805. By a Temporary

Inhabitant.
Mangourit, M. O. B. Travels in Hanover,

1803-4.
Spain and Portugal, A Tour through

the Principal Provinces of, 1803.
Collins, F. Voyages to Portugal, Spain,

Sicily, Malta, Asia Minor, Egypt, &e. ,

1796-1801.
Semple, R. Journey through Spain and

Italy.



Phillips, Sir Richard. New Voyages

and Travels, consisting of Originals and

Translations. [yd Series.} 9 vols.

Maps and plates. 8 1819-23

CONTENTS.

VOLUME i.
Fisher, Alex. Journal of a Voyage of

Discovery to the Arctic Regions, 1818,

in H.M.S. " Alexander," W. E. Parry,

Commander.
Prior, James. Voyage in the Indian Seas,

in the " Nisus " Frigate, to the Cape

of Good Hope, Isles of Bourljon,

France, and Seychelles, to Madras,

and the Isles of Java, St Paul, and

Amsterdam, 1810-11.
Chateauvieux, F. Lillin de. Travels in

Italy, descriptive of the Rural Manners

and Economy of that country, 1812-13.
Forbin, Count de. Travels in Greece,

Turkey, and the Holy Land, 1817-18.
Fitzclarence, Lt.-Col. Journal of a

Route across India, through Egypt to

England, 1817-18. Abridged.
Bowdich, T. E. Mission from Cape

Coast Castle to Ashantee, 1817.

Abridged.
Rose, W. S. Letters from Italy.

Abridged.
Macmichel, W. Journey from Moscow to

Constantinople, 1817-18. Abridged.
Hoare, Sir R. C. Classical Tour through

Italy and Sicily, 1790. Abridged.
Baillie, Marianne. First Impressions, or

a Tour upon the Continent, 1818.

Abridged.
Russell, G. Tour through Sicily, 1815.

Abridged.

VOLUME 2.

Forbin, Count de. Travels in Egypt :
being a continuation of the Travels in
the Holy Land, 1817-18.

M'Keevor, Thomas. Voyage to Hud-
son's Bay, 1812 ; containing a particular
Account of the Icebergs and other
phenomena which present themselves
in those Regions, also a Description
of the Esquimeaux and North American
Indians.

Freminville's Voyage towards the North
Pole, 1806.

Dumont, P. J. Narrative of Thirty-
Four Years' Slavery and Travels in
Africa. Collected from the account
delivered by himself, by J. S. Quesne.

Portenger, Henderick. Narrative of the
Sufferings and Adventures of a Private
Soldier of the late Swiss Regiment de
Mueron, who was wrecked on the
Shores of Abyssinia, in the Red Sea,
1802. By R. de May.

Burckhardt, M. Some Account of the
Travels of, in Egypt and Nubia. From
the Calcutta Journal.



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Phillips [3], Vol. 2 continued.

Prior, James. Voyage along the Eastern
Coast of Africa to Mosambique,
Johanna, and Quiloa, to St Helena ;
to Rio de Janeiro, Bahia, and Per-
nambuco, in Brazil, in the "Nisus"
frigate, 1813.

Cordova, Adm. Don A. de. Voyage of
Discovery to the Strait of Magellan ;
with an Account of the Manners and
Customs of the Inhabitants, and of
the Natural Productions of Patagonia.
Translated from the Spanish.

VOLUME 3.

Sanson, Joseph. Travels in Lower
Canada, 1817 ; with Recollections of
the Soil and Aspect, the Morals,
Habits, and Religious Institutions of
that country.

Cornelius, Elias. Tour in Virginia, Ten-
nessee, &c., 1818.

Graham, William. Travels through
Portugal and Spain during the Penin-
sular War, 1812-14.

Bowring, J. Observations on the State
of Religion and Literature in Spain,
made during a Journey through the
Peninsula in 1819.

Castellan, A. L. Letters on Italy, 1820.

Brackenridge, H. M. Voyage to Buenos
Ayres, 1817-18.

Waller, John Augustine. Voyage in the
West Indies ; containing various Obser-
vations made during a Residence in
Barbadoes and several of the Leeward
Islands ; with some Notices and Illus-
trations relative to the city of Para-
maralx), in Surinam, 1807.

VOLUME 4.

Gourbillon, M. Travels in Sicily and to
Mount Etna, 1819.

Sommieres, Col. L. C. Vialla de. Travels
in Montenegro, containing a Topo-
graphical, Picturesque, and Statistical
Account of that hitherto undescrilxid
Country, 1 806.

Pouqueville, F. C. H. L. Travels in
Epirus, Albania, Macedonia, and
Thessaly, 1805.

Schoolcraft, Henry R. Journal of a
Tour into the Interior of Missouri and
Arkansaw, from Potosi, or Mine a
Burton, in a south-west direction
toward the Rocky Mountains, 1818-19.

Rey, Capt. Voyage from France to
Cochin China, 1819-20.

Kellsall, Charles. Classical Excursion
from Rome to Arpino, 1820.

VOLUME 5.

Hallberg, Baron von. Sentimental
Sketches, written during a Journey
through the North of Germany, Den-
mark, Sweden, and Norway, alxnit
1820. Translated from the German.



Phillips [3], Vol. 5 continued.

Madras. A Visit to Madras : being a
Sketch of the Local and Characteristic
Peculiarities of that Presidency, 1811.

Travideani, or Aveiro, Signor. Letters
from Africa, to Canova, 1818-20.

Friedlander, Herman. Views in Italy,
during a Journey in 1815-16.

Montule, Edward de. Travels in Egypt,
1818-19.

Parry, Capt. Voyage of Discovery in
the Western Arctic Sea, 1819-20.
Letters written by an Officer of the
Expedition.

Haafner, J. Travels on foot through the
Island of Ceylon. Translated from
the Dutch.

VOLUME 6.

Kotzebue, Otto von. Voyage of Dis-
covery in the South Sea, and to
Behring Straits, in search of a North-
East Passage, 1815-18.

Saussure, L. A. Necker de. Travels in
Scotland, descriptive of the State of
Manners, Literature, and Science.
Translated from the French.

Switzerland and France, Letters from,
written during a Residence of between
two and three years in different parts
of those countries.

Diary of a Journey Overland through
the Maritime Provinces of China, from
Manchao, on the South Coast of
Hainan, to Canton, 1819-20.

VOLUME 7.

Michailow, a Russian captive. Adven-
tures among the Kalmucs, Kirghiz,
and Kiwenses.

Voyage to St Petersburg in 1814, with
Remarks on the Imperial Russian
Navy. By a Surgeon in the British
Navy.

Cailliaud, M. Frederic. Travels in the
Oasis of Thebes, and in the Deserts
situated East and West of the Thebaid,
1815-18. Edited by M. Jomard-.
Translated from the French.

Drovetti, Chev. Itinerary of an Excur-
sion to the Valley of Dakel, 1818, with
a previous Itinerary from Syout to
Dongolah and Darfour.

Simond, L. Travels in Switzerland,
1817-19. Translated from the French.

Silliman, Benj. Tour to Quebec, 1819.

Dupin, Charles. Tour through the Naval
and Military Establishments of Great
Britain, 1816-20. Translated from



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