Copyright
Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). Librar.

Catalogue of the library of the Royal geographical society. Containing the titles of all works up to December 1893 online

. (page 94 of 141)
Online LibraryRoyal Geographical Society (Great Britain). LibrarCatalogue of the library of the Royal geographical society. Containing the titles of all works up to December 1893 → online text (page 94 of 141)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


Actas Capitulares desde el 21 hasta el 25
de Mayo de 1810, en Buenos Aires.

Garcia, D. Pedro Andres. Memoria sobre
la navegacion del Tercero y otros rios
que confluyen al Parana.

Zavala, Gen. D. Bruno Mauricio. Fun-
dacion de la Ciudad de Montevideo ;
con otros documentos relatives al Estado
Oriental.

Doblas, D. Gonzalo de. Memoria His-
torica, Geografica, Politica y Economica,
sobre la Provincia de Misiones de Indios
Guaranis.

Garcia, P. A. Diario de un Viage a
Salinas Grandes, en los Campos del Sud
de Buenos Aires.

Manrique, D. Juan del Pino. Descrip-
cion de la Provincia y Ciudad de Tarija,

1785-

Schmidel, Ulderico. Viage al Rio de la
Plata y Paraguay.

'VOLUME 4.

Tratado firmado en Madrid a 13 de enero
de 1750, para determinar los limites
de los Estados pertenecientes a las Cor-
onas de Espana y Portugal, en Asia y
America.

Tratado Preliminar sobre los Limites de
los Estados pertenecientesa las Coronas
de Espana y Portugal, en la America
Meridional ; ajustado y concluido en San
Lorenzo, 1777.

Flores, D. Manuel A. de. Carta al Mar-
ques de Valdelirios, para la egecucion
del Tratado de Limites celebrado en
Madrid, en 1750.

Arredondo, Virey D. Nicolas de. Informe
del, a su sucesor Melo de Portugal,
sobre el estado de la cuestion de Limites,
en 1795.

Azara, D. Felix de. Correspondencia
Oficial e Inedita sobre la Demarcacion
de Limites entre el Paraguay y el Brasil,
1784-95.

Apuntes Historicos sobre la Demarcation
de Limites de la Banda Oriental y el
Brasil, 1777-1801.

Alvear, D. Diego de. Relacion Geo-
grafica e Historica de la Provincia de
Misiones.



Angelis, Vol. 4 continued.

Pasos, D. Ignacio de. Diario de una

Navegacion y Reconocimiento del Rio

Paraguay, desde la Ciudad de la Asump-

cion, hasta los Presidios Portugueses de

Coimbra y Albuquerque.
Cabrer, D. Jose Maria. Reoonocimiento

del Rio Pepiri-Guazu.
Azara, Felix de. Informes sobre varies

Proyectos de Colonizar el Chaco, 1799.
Garcia de Solalinde, D. Antonio. Pro-

yecto de Colonizacion del Chaco, 1799-
Cornejo, D. Adrian F. Expedicion al

Chaco, por el Rio Bermejo, 1790.

Descubrimiento de un Nuevo Ca-

mino, desde el Valle de Centa, hasta
la Villa de Tarija, 1791.

Garcia, D. Pedro A. Diario de la Ex-
pedicion de 1822 a los Campos del
Sud de Buenos Aires, desde Moron hasta
la Sierra de la Ventana ; con las Observa-
ciones, Descripciones y demas Trabajos
cientificos, egecutados por D. Jose Maria
de los Reyes.

Tabla Corografica de los treinta pueblos de
las Misiones de los Jesuites, sobre los
rios Parana y Uruguay.

VOLUME 5.

Tamajuncosa, Fray Antonio. Descripcion
de las Misiones, al Cargo del Colegio
de Nuestra Senora de los Angeles, de la
Villa de Tarija, 1800.

Henis, P. Tadeo Xavier. Diario Hitsorica
de la Rebelion y Guerra de los 'Pueblos
Guaranis, situados en la Costa Oriental
del Rio Uruguay, 1754.

Tupac-Amaru, Jose Gabriel, Relacion His-
torica de los Sucesos de la Rebelion de,
en las Provincias del Peru, 1780.

Documentos para la Historia de la

Sublevacion de, Cacique de la Provincia
de Tinta, en el Peru.

Collection de Viages y Expediciones d
los Campos du Buenos Aires y a
las Costas de Patagonia :

1. Cardiel, P. Jose, Extracto 6 resumen
del Diario del, en el Viage que hizo desde
Buenos Aires al Volcan, y de este sigu-
iendo la Costa Patagonica, hasta el Ar-
royo de la Ascension, 1747.

2. Barne, Jorge. Viage que hizo el San
Martin, desde Buenos Aires al Puerto de
San Julian, 1752.

Relacion que ha hecho el Indio Para-
guay, nombrado Hilario Tapary, que se
quedo en el Puerto de San Julian, desde
donde se vino por Tierra a esta Ciudad
de Buenos Aires, 1753-55.

3. Vernazani, Miguel. Observaciones ex-
traidas de los Viages que al Estrecho
de Magallaneshan egecutado en diferentes
anos los Almirantes y Capitanes, O. de



ANGELIS.



527



Angelis, Vol. 5 continued.

Noort, S. de Cordes, J. Spilberg, F.
Drake, J. Childey, T. Candish, J. Nar-
borough, &c.

4. Hernandez, Capit. D. Juan A. Diario
de la Expedicion contra los Indies Tegu-
elches, 1770.

Calidades y condiciones mas caracter-
isticas de los Indies Pampas y Aucaces.

5. Pabon, D. Pedro Pablo. Diario, que
contiene la explicacion exacta de los
rumbos, distancias pastos, bafiados y
demas particularidades que hemos hal-
lado en el reconocimiento del Campo y
Sierras, 1772.

6. Eguia, Ramon-Pedro Ruiz. Relacion
individual que dan los dos Pilotos comi-
sionados al reconocimiento de la Cain-
pana, de los parages que contemplan mas
al proposito para fortificar y poblar.

7. Extracto resumido de lo que ha ocur-
rido en la Expedicion de descubrimiento
de la Bahia sin Fondo, en la Costa
Patagonica.

8. Noticia de la Expedicion y destaca-
mento, que por orden del Virey D. T. J.
de Vertiz, marcho al campo del enemigo,
reconociendolo hasta llegar a las Salinas,
que se hallan en las campanas yermas
del sud.

9. 10. Sa y Farias, Custodia. Informe
sobreal Puerto de San Jose, 1779 e 1786.

11. Casas, Diego de las. Noticia indi-
vidual de los Caciques, 6 Capitanes
Peguenches y Pampas que residen al
Sud, circunvecinos a las fronteras de la
Punta del Sauce, Tercero y Saladillo,
jurisdiccion de la Ciudad de Cordoba,
&c., 1779.

12. Amigorena, Jose Fr. de. Diario de
la Expedicion, contra los Indios Bar-
baros Peguenches, 1780.

13. Villarino, D. Basilio Piloto. Informe
sobre los Puertos de la Costa Patagonica,
1782.

14. Vertiz, Virey Juan Jose de. Informe,
para que se abandonen los estableci-
mientos de la Costa Patagonica, 1783.

VOLUME 6.

Hernandez, D. Estevan. Diario de un
Viage desde el Fuerte de San Rafael del
Diamante, hasta el de San Lorenzo, en
las Puntas del Rio Quinto, 1806.

Zamudio, D. Jose S. de Cerro y. Diario
formado en el viage para el descubri-
miento de camino sin Cordillera, desde
el reino de Chile a la Ciudad de Buenos
Aires, 1802.

Cruz, D. Luis de la, Examen Critico del
Diario de, por una Comision del Con-
sulado de Buenos Aires, y Defensa del
Autor, 1807.

Malaspina, D. Alejandro. Tablas de Lati-
tudes y Longitudes de los Principales



Angelis, Vol. 6 continued.

I'untos del Rio de la Plata, nuevamente
arregladas al Meridiano que pasa por lo
mas Occidental de la Isla de Ferro.
Azara, D. Feliz de. Diario de un Re-
conocimiento de las Guardias y Fortines,
que guarnecen la linea de frontera de
Buenos Aires, 1796.

Rosas, D. Juan M. de. Diario de la
Comision nombrada para establecer la
nueva linea de frontera, al Sud de
Buenos Aires, 1826.

Matorras, D. Geronimo. Diario de la
expedicion hecha en 1774, a los paises
del Gran Chaco, desde el Fuerte de
Valle.

Cornejo, D. Juan A. F. Diario de la
primera expedicion al Chaco, empren-
dida, en 1780.
Azara. Diario inedito de Viage al Rio

Pilcomayo.
Morillo, Fray Francisco. Diario del Viage

al Rio Bermejo, 1780.
Zizur, D. Pablo. Diario de una Expe-
dicion a Salinns, 1786.
Souillac, J. S. de. Descripcion Geo-
grafica de un Nuevo Camino de la Gran
Cordillera, para faciltar las comunica-
ciones de Buenos Aires con Chille, 1805.
Itinerario de Buenos Aires d Cor-
doba.

Garcia, D. Pedro Andres. Nuevo plan
de fronteras de la provincia de Buenos
Aires, proyectado en 1816.
Villarino, D. Basilio. Diario de la Nave-
gacion emprendida en 1781, desde el
Rio Negro, para reconorer la Bahia de
Todos los Santos, las Islas del Buen
Suceso, y el desagiie del Rio Colerado.
Arias, D. Fr. Gavino de. Diario de la
Expedicion Reduccional de 1780, al
Gran Chaco.

Discurso preliminar del editor ; con la

Bibliografia del Chaco, un Cotejo

de ocho idiomas Indios, etc.

Viedma, D. Antonio de. Diaro de un

Viage a la costa de Patagonia, para re-

conocer los puntos en donde establecer

poblaciones ; con una descripcion de la

naturaleza de los terrenos, de sus pro-

ducciones y habitantes ; desde el Puerto

de Santa Elena hasta la boca del Estrecho

de Magallanes.

Discurso preliminar del editor ; al que
se ande un Vocabulario de los
Patagones, con varios apuntes sobre
la Isla Pepys, yuna lamina.
Villarino, D. Basilio. Diario del reconoci-
miento que hizo del Rio Negro, en la
Costa Oriental de Patagonia, 1782.
Cramer, D. Ambrosio. Reconocimiento
del Fuerte del Carmen del Rio Negro,
y de los puntos adyacentes de la costa
Patagonica, 1882.



528



APPENDIX I. TRAVELS, ETC.



Anonymous. For Anonymous Collections,
see pp. 595-612.

Astley, Thomas. New General Collection
of Voyages and Travels, consisting of the
most Esteemed Relations which have
been hitherto Published in any Language,
comprehending Everything Remarkable
in its Kind, in Europe, Asia, Africa, and
America, with respect to the Several
Empires, Kingdoms, and Provinces, their
Situation, Extent, Bounds, and Division,
Climate, Soil, and Produce, their Lakes,
Rivers, Mountains, Cities, Principal
Towns, Harbours, Buildings, &c. , and
the Gradual Alterations that from Time
to Time have happened in each ; also,
the Manners and Customs of the Several
Inhabitants, their Religion and Govern-
ment, Arts and Sciences, Trades and
Manufactures, so as to Form a Complete
System of Modern Geography and History
of all Nations. 4 vols. Maps and plates.

1745-47

C O N T E N T S.

VOLUME i.

Of the Rise and Progress of Navigation
and Commerce in Several Parts of the
World.

Voyages to the South- East and East
Indies, till the Europeans settled
there :

Voyages and Discoveries of the Portuguese
along the Coast of Africa, as far as the
Cape of Good Hope, Collected from De
Faria y Sousa, Juan de Barros, A. Gal-
vano, and other Authors.

Portuguese Sent to Discover the East
Indies by Land, with an Account of
Mandinga, Guinea, and Kongo.

Vasco de Gama's Voyage to India, round
Africa, 1497.

Voyage of Pedro A. Cabral in 1500 to
India.

Voyage of Juan de Nueva to the East
Indies.

Vasco de Gama's Second Voyage to the
East Indies in 1502.

Voyages and Transactions of the Portu-
guese in India from 1503-7, with the
Exploits of Pacheco.

Exploits of the Portuguese, in 1507-10,
under Don Francisco de Almeyda.

Exploits of Albuquerque from 1510-16.

Account of the Portuguese Transactions
in India from 1516-21, under Lopez
Soarez.

Transactions and Discoveries of the Por-
tuguese from 1 52 1 -42.

Account of the Portuguese Possessions from
the Cape of Good Hope to China.

Voyage of Soleyman Basha from Suez to
India, in his Expedition against the Por-
tuguese at Diu in 1539.



Astley, Vol. i continued.
Voyage of Don Stefano de Gama from
Goa to Suez in 1540, with Intent to burn
the Turkish Galleys, by Juan de Castro.
Description of the Sea of Kolzum, com-
monly called the Arabic Gulf or Red
Sea, from Abu'lfeda's Geography.
The Second Siege of Diu, by Mahmud,

King of Kambaya in 1545.
The First Voyages of the English to Guinea

and the East Indies.
Thomas, J. Second Voyage to Barbary

in 1552, by Captain T. Windham.
Voyage to Guinea and Benin in 1553, by
Captains T. Windham and A. A. Pin-
teado.
Lok, Captain J. Second Voyage to

Guinea.
Towrson, W. Three Voyages to Guinea,

and the Castle Del Mina, in 1555-57.
Voyages to Guinea in 1561-66.
Wren, Walter. Voyage of Captain G.
Fenner to the Islands of Cape Verde
in 1566.

Stephens. Thomas. Voyage in the Portu-
guese Fleet to Goa in 1579.
Naval Expeditions and Cruising Voyages

against the Spaniards and Portuguese.
Welsh, J. Two Voyages to Benin, beyond

Guinea, in 1588 and 1590.
Wright, Edw. Cruising Voyage to the
Azores in 1 589, by the Earl of Cumber-
land.

Ralegh, Sir Walter. Fight between the
"Revenge" Man-of-War, commanded
by Sir R. Grenville, and 15 Armadas of
Spain, in 1591.

Flicke, Captain Robert. Cruising Voy-
age to the Azores in 1591 with a Fleet
of London Ships ; with an Account of
the West India Fleet, expected in Spain
the same year, and the number of Ships
lost or taken.

Exploits of the English in several Ex-
peditions and Cruising Voyages from
1589-92. Extracted from J. H. van
Linschoten's Voyage from Goa to Por-
tugal.

Barker, Edmund. Report of a Voyage to
the East Indies in 1591, by Capts. G.
Raymond and J. Lancaster.
Voyages of R. Rainolds and T. Dassel
to the Rivers of Senega and Gambra,
adjoining on Guinea, 1591.
Burrough, Sir John. Cruising Voyage to
the Azores in 1592, in order to intercept
the East India Caraks.
Two remarkable Sea-fights ; one in 1592,
wherein two Assogue Ships were taken ;
the other in 1593, when a large East
India Carak was burned.
Unfortunate Voyage of Capt. B. Wood
toward the East Indies in 1596.



ASTLEY.



529



Astley, Vol. I continued.
Davis, Capt. John. Voyage to the East
Indies in 1598.

First Voyages of the English to the
East Indies , set forth by the Com-
pany of Merchants :
Voyage of Capt. J. Lancaster in 1600.
Voyage of Capt. Sir Henry Middleton in

1604.
Scot, Edm. Account of Java and the

First Settlement of the English at Ban-
tam, with a Journal of occurences there,

1602-5. Abridged.
Voyage of Sir Edward Michelburne to

Bantam in 1604.
Keeling, Capt. W. Voyage to Bantam

and Banda in 1607, abbreviated.
Voyage of Capt. D. Middleton to Bantam

and the Molukkos in 1607.
Coverte, Capt. R. Voyage of Capt. A.

Sharpey in 1608.

Jones, Thomas. Voyage of the "Ascen-
sion. "
Voyage of Capt. R. Rowles to Priaman,

in the " Union."
Voyage of Capt. D. Middleton to Java and

Banda in 1609.
Middleton, Sir H. Voyage to the Red

Sea and Surat in 1610.
Dounton, Lieut. -Gen. N. Journal of, in

a Voyage to the Red Sea and Surat in

1 6 10.
Marten, Nath. Voyage of Capt. A.

Hippon to the Coast of Koromandel,

Bantam, and Siam in 1611.
Floris, P. W., Journal of, in the same

Voyage of Capt. Hippon. Translated

from the Dutch.
Tatton, J. Voyage of Capt. S. Castleton

to Priaman in 1612.
Saris, Capt. J. Voyage to the Red Sea,

the Molukkos, and Japan in 1611.
Occurrences at Bantam and other parts

of the East Indies, 1605-9; with an

Account of the Marts and Commodities

of those parts.
Cocks, R. Relation of what passed at

Firando in the General's absence at the

Emperor's Court.
Some Particulars relating to the

Affairs of Japan from 1614-20; with the

Substance of Two Letters from Mr Sayer,

and a Letter from the Emperor of Japan

to the Prince of Orange.
Adams, W. Voyage to Japan, with his

Adventures and Promotion there.

Voyages to several parts of Africa and
the Islands adjacent ; with parti-
cular Descriptions of the respective
Countries and their Inhabitants:
Nichols, T. Description of the Canary
Islands and Madeira, with their remark-
able Fruits and Commodities ; also a
further Account from later Authors.
2 L



Astley, Vol. i continued.

Cada Mosto, Aluise da. Two Voyages to
and along the Coast of Africa as far as
Rio Grande, in which the Cape de Verde
Islands were discovered, 1455-56.

Voyage of Capt. Piedro de Cintra

to Sierra Leone.

Roberts, Capt. G. Account of a Voyage
to the Islands of the Canaries, Cape de
Verde, and Barbadoes in 1721.

Description of the Cape de Verde Islands.

VOLUME 2.

Voyages and Travels along the Western
Coast of Africa from Cape Blanco to
Sierra Leona ; containing a Descrip-
tion of the several Countries and
their Inhabitants within that Divi-
sion, more parlictilarly an Account
of the Rivers Sanaga and Gambra
or Gambia, and of the French and
English Settlements :

Account of the French Settlements be-
tween Cape Blanco and Sierra Leona.

Jannequin, Claude. Abstract of a Voyage
to Libya, particularly to the Kingdom
of Sanaga on the River Niger.

Brue, Sieur Andre. Voyages and Travels
along the Western Coast of Africa on
account of the French Commerce.

Description of the River Sanaga, with

an Enquiry whether it be the Niger or a
Branch thereof.

First Voyage up the Sanaga in 1697.



Second Voyage up the Sanaga to

the Kingdom of Galam in 1698.
Differences between the English and French

about the Trade of the River Gambra.
Brue, Sieur. Journey from Albreda to

Kachao by Land in 1700.
Voyage to the Isles of Bissao and

Bissagos, with his Negotiations in these

parts in 1700.

Attempt for a Discovery of the Lake



of Kayor in 1714; with an Account of
the Trade carried on from Goree.

Third Voyage up the Sanaga in 1715

on account of the Gum Trade.

Account of the Country to the North of the
Sanaga, where the Gum is gathered,
its Inhabitants and Productions.

Campagnon, Sieur. Account of the Dis-
covery of the Kingdom of Bambuk and
its Gold Mines in 1716, with a Descrip-
tion of the Country and its Inhabitants.

Account of the Rise and Progress of the
English Royal African Company.

A General Description of the River Gambia,
with an Account of the European Settle-
ments, particularly the English.



530



APPENDIX I. TRAVELS, ETC.



Astley, Vol. 2 continued.

Jobson, Capt. R. Voyage for the Dis-
covery of the River Gambra, and the
Golden Trade of Tombiito, in 1620-21.

Letter concerning the Discovery of the
Gold Mines in a Voyage up the Gambra.

Stibbs, Capt. Bartholomew. Voyage up
the Gambra in 1724, for making Dis-
coveries and Improving the Trade of
that River.

Moore, Francis. Travels into the Inland
Parts of Africa, containing a Description
of the Countries and their Inhabitants
for 600 miles up the River Gambra.

The Remarkable Captivity and Deliver-
ance of Job ben Solomon, a Moham-
medan Priest of Biinda, near the Gambra,
in 1732, with some Remarks relating to
the Kingdom of Fiita.

Of the Trade carried on by Europeans
in the river Gambra, particularly by the
English.

Two Voyages to Cape de Verde and the
Neighbouring Coast of Africa. Trans-
lated from the French.

Account of the Jalofs, particularly those
Inhabiting towards the Gambra.

Of the Fiili Inhabiting along the Gambra.

Account of the Mandigos.

The Customs and Rites common to the
Inhabitants of Bulmberre or Sierra
Lione.

Of the Trees, Fruits, Vegetables, Ani-
mals, Insects, Reptiles, Birds, Fish, and
Amphibious Animals in this part of
Africa.

Voyages and Travels to Guinea and
Benin, comprehending the Coast
from Sierra Leona to Cape Lope
Gonsalvo :

Villault, Sieur. Abstract of a Voyage to

the Coast of Africa and Guinea in 1666.
Phillips, Capt. T. Abstract of a Voyage

along the Coast of Guinea to Whidah,

the Island of St Thomas, and thence to

Barbadoes, in 1693.
Loyer, Godfrey. Abstract of a Voyage

to Issini on the Gold Coast in 170!) with

a Description of the Country and its

Inhabitants.
Atkins, John. Voyage to Guinea, Brazil,

and the West Indies, in 1721.
Marchais, Chev. des. Voyage to Guinea

and the adjacent Islands in 1725.
Smith, W. Voyage to Guinea in 1726.
Snelgrave, Capt. W. A New Account

of some Parts of Guinea, and the Slave

Trade, in 1730.
A Description of Guinea, including the

Geography, with the Natural and Civil

History.



Astley, Vol. 2 continued.

The Malaghetta, Grain or Pepper Coast.

Account of the Inland Countries between

Sierra Leona and Rio Sextos, or Sestro.
Of the Ivory Coast.
Gold Coast, its Discovery and Settlements

made there by Europeans, with its

Geography.

Inland Countries behind the Gold Coast.
Of the Gold Coast Negroes, their Persons,

Character, and Dress.
Natural History of the Gold Coast.

VOLUME 3.

Voyages and Travels to Guinea, con-
taining a Description of the Coast
from Rio da Volt a to Benin :

The Kingdoms of Koto and Popo.

The Kingdom of Whidah ; with an Ac-
count of the Natives, their Marriages,
Diversions, Diseases and Funerals, Reli-
gion, Government, and Natural History.

D'Elbee, Sieur. Voyage to Ardrah, and
Travels to the Capital Assem in 1669-70.
To which is added an Embassy from
the King of Ardrah to Louis XIV.

Voyages and Travels to Benin, contain-
ing a Description of that Country,
and the Coast as far as Congo :

An Account of the Kingdom of Benin.

Barbot, J., and J. Grazilhier. Abstract
of a Voyage to New Kalabar, Bandi,
and Doni Rivers in 1699.

The Coast from Old Kalabar River to Cape
Lope Gonsalvo.

Voyages and Travels to Congo and
Angola :

Voyages of Edw. Lopez and And. Battel.

Voyage to Kongo in 1666-67 by Michael
Angelo and Denis de Carli, Capauchin
Missionaries.

Voyage to Kongo and several other
Countries in the South Part of Africa in
1682, by J. Merolla de Sorrento.

Abstract of a Voyage to Kongo River and
Kabinda in 1700, by J. Barbot and J.

. Casseneuve.

A Description of the Kingdoms of Loango,
Kongo, Angola, Benguela, and the adja-
cent Countries, with an Account of the
Inhabitants and Natural Productions.

A Description of the Countries along the
Eastern Coast of Africa, from the Cape
of Good Hope to Cape Guarda Fuy,
containing more particularly an Account
of the Hottentots and the Empire
of Monomotapa.

Kolben. Account of the Country of the
Hottentots, and the several Nations in-
habiting the same.



ASTLEY-BLACKWOOD.



Astley, Vol. 3 continued.

Description of the Dutch Possessions at

the Cape.
Hamilton, Capt. Alex. Remarks on the

Maritime Countries and Islands between

the Capes of Good Hope and Guarda

Fuy.
Account of the Empire of Monomopata,

from De Faria y Sousa.

Voyages and Travels in the Empire of
China :

Nieuhoff, John. Embassy of Peter de
Goyer and Jacob de Keyzer from the
Dutch East India Company to the Em-
peror of China in 1655.

Montanus, A. Embassy of J. Van Cam-
pen and C. Noble to Sing la mong,
Viceroy of Fo Kyen.

Expedition of the Dutch for Recovering
Formosa, in conjunction with the Tar-
tars.

Embassy of the Lord van Hoorn to Kang
hi, Emperor of China and Eastern Tar-
tary.

Narrative of the Dutch Embassy in 1655,
with the Arts used by the Jesuits to
defeat it.

The First Attempts of the Dutch to Trade
to China, and Settlement at Tay Wan.

Navarette's Travels through China in 1658.

Travels of Five French Jesuits from Ning
po fii to Peking in 1687.

Journey of Jean de Fontancy, Jesuit, from
Peking Kyang chew, in the Province
of Shan si, and thence to Nanking in
1688.

Journey of Joachim Bouvet, Jesuit, from
Peking to Kanton, when sent by the
Emperor Kang hi into Europe in 1693.

Travels of Dr J. F. Gemelli Careri in
China in 1695.

Travels of Everard Isbrand Ides, the Rus-
sian Ambassador, in China in 1693.

Travels of Laurence Lange, the Russian
Envoy, in China in 1717-

Journey of Anthony Gaubil, Jesuit, from
Kanton to Peking in 1722.

Viani, P. Legation of C. A. Mezzabarba,
titular Patriarch of Alexandria, from the
Pope to the Emperor Kang hi in 1720.

VOLUME 4.

Description of China, containing the Geo-
graphy, with the Civil and Natural His-
tory.

Description of Korea, Eastern Tartary, and
Tibet.

Regis, Jean Baptiste, Jesuit. Geograph-
ical Observations and History of Korea.

Hamel, II. Travels of Some Dutchmen
in Korea, with an Account of the Country



Astley, Vol.

and their Shipwreck on the Island of
Quelpaert.

Description of Tartary, subject to China
of Tibet, or Tibbet, of the Kingdom of
Karazm, of Great Bukharia, of Little
Bukharia, or the Kingdom of Kashgar,
and of the Country of Turkestan.

Travels through Tartary, Tibet, and
Btikharia, to and from China:

Travels of John de Piano Carpini, and
other Friars, into Tartary in 1246.

Travels of Friar W. de Rubruquis into
the Eastern Parts of the World in 1253.

Travels of Marco Polo into Tartary in
1272.

Embassy of Shah Rokh, son of Tamer-
Ian, and other Princes, to the Emperor
of Katay, or China, in 1419. Translated
from the Persian.

Voyage and Travels of A. Jenkinson
from Russia to Boghar, or Bokhara, in
1557; to which are added some Infor-
mation of others concerning the Road
thence to Katay or China.

Travels of Benedict Goez, Jesuit, from
Lahor, in the Mogol's Empire, to China
in 1602.

Travels through Tibet, to and from China,
by several Missioners.

Gerbillon, J. F., Jesuit. Travels into
Western Tartary, by order of the
Emperor of China, between 1688 and
1698.

Bates, H. W. Illustrated Travels. See
Appendix 3.

Blackwood Travel, Adventure, and

Sport. From Blacku'oocfs Magazine.

6 vols. 12 Edinburgh, V.D.

Vol. I. Speke, Capt. : The Discovery
of the Victoria N'Yanza [Afaga, Oct.,
Nov. 1859.] Oliphant, Laurence :
My Home in Palestine [Alaga, Feb.
1883]. A Sketch in the Tropics, from
a Supercargo's Log [Maga, Sept. 1843].
Wolseley. Gen. Viscount : Narrative
of the Red River Expedition [Maga,
Dec. 1870- Feb. 1871]. A Ride to
Babylon [Maga, June 1863]. The
King of Tristan d'Acunha, a Forgotten
Monarch [Maga, Dec. 1818].

Vol. 2. The North-East Passage : Nar-
rative of Lieut. Palander [Maga,
March 1880]. Two Nights in Southern
Mexico [Maga, April 1844]. Mac-
millan, George A. : A Ride Across
the Peloponnese [Afaga, May 1878].



Online LibraryRoyal Geographical Society (Great Britain). LibrarCatalogue of the library of the Royal geographical society. Containing the titles of all works up to December 1893 → online text (page 94 of 141)