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The Travels of Richard Lander, into the Interior of Africa, for the Discovery of the Course of the River Niger, from Unpublished Documents in the Possesion of the Late Captn. John William Barber Fullerton, Employed in the African Service. 280.00
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Lander, Richard; Fullerton, John William Barber

Catalogue No.: 2100

Publisher:

London.: J Saunders.

Edition:

First Edition; Published Date: 1835

Illustrations:

8 b/w plates.

Dimensions:

220 x 140 mm (9 x 6 inches) - x, 782pp + plates.

Appearance:

Marbled hardback boards with brown leather spines.

Condition:

G : in Good condition. Modern rebind with new eps. Frontis and plates stained. Slight foxing.


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The Travels of Richard Lander, into the Interior of Africa, for the Discovery of the Course of the River Niger, from Unpublished Documents in the Possesion of the Late Captn. John William Barber Fullerton, Employed in the African Service.
The Travels of Richard Lander, into the Interior of Africa, for the Discovery of the Course of the River Niger, from Unpublished Documents in the Possesion of the Late Captn. John William Barber Fullerton, Employed in the African Service.
The Travels of Richard Lander, into the Interior of Africa, for the Discovery of the Course of the River Niger, from Unpublished Documents in the Possesion of the Late Captn. John William Barber Fullerton, Employed in the African Service.
The Travels of Richard Lander, into the Interior of Africa, for the Discovery of the Course of the River Niger, from Unpublished Documents in the Possesion of the Late Captn. John William Barber Fullerton, Employed in the African Service.
The Travels of Richard Lander, into the Interior of Africa, for the Discovery of the Course of the River Niger, from Unpublished Documents in the Possesion of the Late Captn. John William Barber Fullerton, Employed in the African Service.