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Romer, 11776, 0. A pilgrimage to the temples and tombs of Egypt, Nubia,
and Palestine, in 1846. By Mrs. Romer. 2 vols. London, 1846. St. John, 8994 & 9110, D. 2. Adventures in the Lybian desert and the oasis
of Jupiter Ammon. By Bayle St. John. New York and London,
10379, D. Isis : an Egyptian pilgrimage. By James A. St. John.
2 vols. London, 1853. St. Marie, 8457, D. Algeria in 1815.
Algeria in 1845. A visit to the French possessions in
Egypt, made under the direction of Henry Salt, Esq. By Giovanni
1836. Savary, 10201, 0. Lettres sur l’Egypte, par M. Savary. 3 vols. A Paris,
1785. Schön, 7450, D. Journals of the Rev. J. F. Schön and Mr. Samuel Crowther,
to the Niger, in 1841, in behalf of the Church Missionary Society.
London, 1842. Scott, 7374, D. A journal of a residence in the Esmailla of Abd-El-Kader;
and of travels in Morocco and Algiers. By Colonel Scott. London,
1842. Schaler, 6089 & 6090, 0. Sketches of Algiers, political, historical, and civil.
By William Shaler. Boston, 1826. Simpson, 10829, 0. A private journal kept during the Niger expedition, from
May 1841, to June 1842. By Wm. Simpson. London, 1843. Smith, 10000, D. 2. Trade travels in the Gulf of Guinea, Western Africa,
with an account of the manners, customs and religion of the inhabi
tants. By J. Smith. London, 1851. 10033, D. A pilgrimage to Egypt, embracing a diary of explorations
on the Nile: with observations illustrative of the manners, customs and institutions of the people, and of the present condition of the antiquities and ruins. With numerous engravings. By J. V. C. Smith.
Boston, 1852. Stanhope, 8346, D. Travels of Lady Hester Stanhope, forming the completion
of her memoirs. Narrated by her physician. 3 vols. London,
1846. Stedman, 9280, 0. Wanderings and adventures in Southern Africa. By
Andrew Stedman. 2 vols. London, 1835. Tams, 8221, D. Visit to the Portuguese possessions in Southwestern Africa.
By G. Tams, M. D. From the German. 2 vols. in one. London,
1845. Taylor, 10807, D. A journey to Central Africa: or life and landscapes from
Egypt to the negro kingdoms of the White Nile. By Bayard Taylor.
With a map and illustrations by the author. New York, 1854. Temple, 6111, D. Excursions in the Mediterranean. Algiers and Tunis. By
Major Sir Grenville T. Temple. 2 vols. London, 1835. Thackeray, 8204 & 8339, D. Notes of a journey from Cornhill to Cairo. By
Mr. M. A. Titmarsh. (W. M. Thackeray.) New York and London,
1816. Thomas, 10156, D. Travels in Egypt and Palestine. By Joseph Thomas,
M. D. Philadelphia, 1853. Gift of the author. Thompson, 10753, D. Photographic views of Egypt, past and present. By
Joseph P. Thompson. Boston, 1854. Vaillant, Le, 9861, 0. Voyage de Monsieur Le Vaillant dans l'intérieur de
l'Afrique, par le Cap de Bonne-Espérance, dans 1780, '81, '82, '83,
'84, '85.5 tom. Paris, 1790. Volney, 2340, Q. Voyage en Syrie et en Egypte, pendant les années 1783,
1784 et 1785, avec cartes et planches. Par M. C. F. Volney. 2
tom. Paris, 1787. Vyse, 2366, Q. Operations carried out at the Pyramids of Gizeh in 1837;
with an account of a voyage into Upper Egypt and an appendix. By
Colonel Howard Vyse. 3 vols. London, 1840. Wurd, 8842, D. Five years in Kaffirland. By Harriet Ward. 2 vols. Lon
don, 1848. 10041, D. The Cape and the Kaffirs; a diary of five years residence in
Kafirland; with a chapter of advice to emigrants, and the most recent information on the colony. By Harriet Ward. 3d edition.
With a frontispiece and a map of the seat of war. London, 1851. Werne, 9102, D. Expedition to discover the source of the White Nile in 1840,
'41. By Ferdinand Werne. 2 vols. London, 1849.
Taka, Basa and Beni-amers; with a particular glance at the races of
ston. London, 1852. White, 9967, D. Madeira, its climate and scenery. By Robert White. (With
a map.) London, 1851. Wilde, 10374, 0. Narrative of a voyage to Madeira, Teneriffe and the shores
of the Mediterranean. By W. R. Wilde. 2 vols. London, 1810. Wilkinson, 11116, 0. Modern Egypt and Thebes; being a description of
Egypt, including the information required for travellers in that country.
11301, D. Handbook for travellers in Egypt. By Sir Gardiner
Wilkinson. London. John Murray, 1847. 11386, 0. Exploration scientifique de l'Algérié pendant les années 1840, '41 and '42. Publiée par ordre du Gouvernment. 2 tomes. Paris, 1844.
10924, 0. 6. Premier voyage à la recherche des sources Bahr-el-Abiad ou Nil-Blanco, ordonné par Mahammed-Aly. Paris.
8524, D. The boat and the caravan; a family tour through Egypt and Syria. London, 1847.
1264, F. Views on the Nile from Cairo to the second cataract. London, 1843.
9736, D. Nile notes. By a traveller. (G. W. Curtis.) London, 1851.
9108, D. 1. Dry leaves from young Egypt, being a glance at Sindh. By an ex-political. London, 1849.
7791, D. The modern Syrians; or native society in Damascus, Aleppo,and the Mountains of the Druses. By an oriental student. London, 1844.
8512, D. Madagascar, past and present. By a resident. London, 1817.
8086, D. Spain, Tangiers, &c., visited in 1840 and '41. By X. Y. Z. London, 1845.
9581, D. Leaves from a lady's diary of her travels in Barbary. 2 vols. London, 1850.
Note. For other travels in Egypt, see TRAVELS IN TURKEY, &c., p. 1402.
TRAVELS IN AMERICA,
Abdy, 6085, D. Journal of a residence and tour in the United States of North
America. By E. S. Abdy. 3 vols. London, 1835.
Agassiz, 12388, 0. Lake Superior; its physical character, by Louis Agassiz.
With a narrative of the tour, by J. E. Cabot. Boston, 1850. Alexander, 9436, D. L'Acadie; or seven years explorations in British
America. By Sir James E. Alexander. 2 vols. London, 1849. Arends, 9916, 0. Schilderung des Mississippi Thales, oder des Western der
Vereinigten Staaten von Nord Amerika, nebst Abriss meiner Reise
dabin, von Friedrich Arends. Emden, 1838. Baird, 9534 & 9588, D. Impressions and experiences of the West Indies and
North America in 1849. By Robert Baird, A. M. Philadelphia,
1850. Ballou, 10781, D. History of Cuba; or notes of a traveller in the tropics.
Being a political, historical and statistical account of the island, from its first discovery to the present time. By Maturin M. Ballou.
Illustrated. Boston, 1854. Baldwin, 10651, D. The flush times of Alabama and Mississippi. A series
of sketches. By Joseph G. Baldwin. New York, 1853. Ballantyne, 8853, D. Hudson's Bay; or every-day life in the wilds of North
America. By R. M. Ballantyne. 2d edition. London, 1848. Barclay, 7322, D. Agricultural tour in the United States and Upper Canada,
with miscellaneous notices. By Captain Barclay of Ury. Edin
burgh, 1842. Bard, 11374, D. Waikna; or adventures on the Mosquito shore. By Samuel
A. Bard. Illustrations. New York, 1855. Barrow, 12423, 0. 2. Facts relating to N. E. Texas, condensed from notes
during a tour through that portion of the United States of America.
By Jno. Barrow. London, 1849.
New Mexico, California, Sonora and Chihuahua, connected with the
illustrations. 2 vols. New York, 1851. Bernau, 8671, D. Missionary labors in British Guiana. By Rev. J. H.
Bernau. London, 1847. Biddle, 9566, 0.2. Captain Hall in America. By an American. (R. Biddle,
Esg.) Philadelphia, 1830. Bigsby, 9749, D. The shoe and canoe; or picture of travel in the Canadas.
By John J. Bigsby, M. D. 2 vols. London, 1853. Bond, 10614, D. Minnesota and its resources; to which are appended camp
fire sketches, or notes of a trip from St. Paul to Pembina and Selkirk settlement on the Red River of the North. By. J. Wesley Bond.
New York, 1853. Bonneville, 6376, D. The Rocky Mountains; or scenes, incidents and adven
tures in the Far West. Digested from the journal of Capt. B. L. E. Bonneville. By Washington Irving. 2 vols. Philadelphia,
1837. Bonnycastle, 7224, D. The Canadas in 1841. By Sir Richard Bonnycastle.
2 vols. London, 1841.
8503, D. Canada and the Canadians in 1846. By Sir R. H. Bon
nycastle. 2 vols. London, 1846. Brauns, 9914. 0. Ideen über die Auswanderung nach Amerika, von Dr. Ernst
Brauns. Göttingen, 1827. Bradford, 8397 & 8402, D. Notes on the northwest; or valley of the Upper
Mississippi. By Wm. J. A. Bradford. New York, 1846. Breen, 11240, 0. St. Lucia, historical, statistical and descriptive. By H. H.
Breen. London, 1844.
Bremer, 10624 & 10835, D. The homes of the New World; impressions of
America. By Frederika Bremer. Translated by Mary Howitt. 2
vols. New York, and 3 vols. London, 1853. Bristed, 10142, D. The upper ten thousand; sketches of American society.
By C. Astor Bristed. New York, 1852. Bromme, 9926, 0. Gemalde von Nord Amerika in allen Beziehungen. Von
Trangotte Bromme. Stuttgard, 1837. Brooks, 9115, D. 1. Four months among the gold finders of Alta California.
By J. T. Brooks. London, 1849. Brothers, 10365, 0. The United States of North America as they are; not
as they are generally described; being a cure for radicalism. By
Thomas Brothers. London, 1810. Brown, 10096, D. Views of Canada and the Colonists; embracing the ex
perience of eight years residence; with information for emigrants.
By James B. Browne. 2d edition. Edinburgh, 1851. Bryant, 8812, D. What I saw in California, being the journal of a tour. By
Edwin Bryant. New York, 1848. Buckingham, 10423 & 10456, 0. America, historical, statistic and descrip
tive. By J. S. Buckingham, Esq. 2 vols. New York and London, 1841.
10584, 0. The Slave States of America. By J. S. Buckingham, Esq. 2 vols. London, 1812.
10792, 0. The Eastern and Western States of America. By J. S. Buckingham, Esq. 3 vols. London, 1813.
10979, 0. Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the other British provinces in North America, with a plan of national coloniza
tion. By James S. Buckingbam. London, 1813. Buffum, 9514, D. Six months in the gold mines; from a journal of three
years residence in Upper and Lower California, 1817-8-'9. By E.
Gould Buffum. Philadelphia, 1850. Bunn, 10654, D. Old England and New England, in a series of views taken
on the spot. By Alfred Bunn. Philadelphia, 1853. Burnet, 11832, 0. Notes of the early settlement of the Northwestern Terri
tory. By Jacob Burnet. New York, 1847. Busch, 1318i, o. Wanderungen zwischen Hudson und Mississippi, 1851 und
'52. Von Moritz Busch. Stuttgard, 1857. Byam, 9592, D. 1. Wanderings in some of the Western Republics of America,
with remarks on the cutting of the great ship canal through Central
America. By Geo. Byam. London, 1850. Calderon de la Barca, 7414, D. Life in Mexico during a residence of two years in that country.
By Mme. Calderon de la Barca. 2 vols. Boston, 1813. Candler, 7468, D. Brief notices of Hayti; with its condition, resources and
prospects. By John Candler. London, 1842.
slavery issued by the Society of Friends. London, 1853. Capadose, 8217, D. Sixteen years in the West Indies. By Lieut. Col. Capa
dose. 2 vols. in one. London, 1845. Carpenter, 9831, D. Travels and adventures in Mexico, in the course of jour
neys of upward of 2500 miles, performed on foot. By William W.
Carpenter, late of the U. S. army. New York, 1851. Carroll
, 12511, 0.1, & 12511, 0. 9. Journal of Charles Carroll, of Carroll
ton, during his visit to Canada in 1776 as one of the Commissioners from Congress. With a memoir and notes. By Brantz Mayer. Baltimore, 1845. (Published by Maryland Historical Society.)
Carver, 9563, 0. Carver's travels in Wisconsin, from the third London edi.
tion. New York, 1838. Presented by Wm. Linn Brown, Esq. Casey, 10265, D. Two years on the farm of Uncle Sam. With sketches of
his location, nephews and prospects. By Charles Casey. London,
1852. Cassagnac, 10661, 0. Voyage aux Antilles Françaises, &c. Par A. G. de
Cassagnac. Paris, 1842.
Caswall, M. A. London, 1839.
1842. By the Rev. Henry Caswall, M. A. London, 1812. Catlin, 1263, F. Catlin's North American Indian Portfolio. Hunting scenes
and amusements on the Rocky Mountains and prairies. London,
1844. Chambers, 10875, D. Things as they are in America. By William Chambers.
Etats Unis et des travaux d'Art qui en dépendant. Par Michael Che-
1843. Cobb, 9706, D. Mississippi scenes, or sketches of Southern and Western life
and adventures, humorous, satirical and descriptive. By Jas. B. Cobb.
Philadelphia, 1851. Cohen, 6314, D. Notices of Florida, and the campaigns. By M. M. Cohen,
of the left wing. Charleston, 1836. Coke, 12758, 0. 1. A ride over the Rocky Mountains to Oregon and Cali
fornia, with a glance at some of the Tropical Islands, including the West Indies and the Sandwich Islands. By Hon. Henry J. Coke.
London, 1852. Combe, 7157, D. Notes on the United States of North America, during a
phrenological visit in 1838-39-40. By George Combe. 3 vols.
Edinburgh, 1841. Colton, 9553, D. Three years in California. By the Rev. Walter Colton, U.
S. N. New York, 1850. Coulter, 8589, D. Adventures on the Western Coast of South America and
California. By John Coulter, M. D. London, 1817. Cunningham, 12625, 0. A glimpse at the Western Republic. By Lieut. Col.
Arthur Cunningham. London, 1851. Curtis, 10151, D. Lotus-eating; a summer book. By George William Curtis.
Illustrated by Kensett. New York, 1852. Cutts, 8700, D. The conquest of California and New Mexico, by the forces
of the United States, in 1846–7. By James Madison Cutts. Phila
delphia, 1847. Dale, 12758, 0. 2. Notes of an excursion to the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.
By R. Dale. London, 1851. Davis, 9002, D. 1. American scenes, and Christian slavery; a recent tour in
the United States. By Ebenezer Davis. London, 1849.