An account of an exploration of the Elephant Mountain, in Western Equatorial Africa, as contained in The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society, volume thirty-third. Richard F. Burton.
An account of an exploration of the Elephant Mountain, in Western Equatorial Africa, as contained in The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society, volume thirty-third.
An account of an exploration of the Elephant Mountain, in Western Equatorial Africa, as contained in The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society, volume thirty-third.

An account of an exploration of the Elephant Mountain, in Western Equatorial Africa, as contained in The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society, volume thirty-third.

London: John Murray, 1863. 8vo, pp. cxcii, 356; original blue printed wrappers bound in at the back, 8 illustrations and maps (some folding); later half brown morocco, gilt lettered direct on gilt-paneled spine, t.e.g.; some scuffing, but very good. Burton's account occupies pages 241-250. Also included are A. R. Wallace's important On the Physical Geography of the Malay Archipelago ("highly praised" - DSB), and Livingstone's Expedition to Lake Nyassa. Penzer, p. 207, noting "References by Speke to Burton on pp. 322, 323, and 324." Not in Casada. Item #30169

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