Travel & Exploration

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Eptanhsiaka Melethmata [Ionian Islands' Studies], t. B', Solwmos - Tertseths - Typaldos - Balawriths - Markoras - Thwmazaios - Symmeikta. [Solomos - Typaldos - Tertsetis - Markoras - Thomazaios - Miscellanea]. [Solomos - Typaldos - Tertsetis - Markoras - Thomazaios - Miscellanea. Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Literature of the University of Athens]. More
ZERVOS, Christian.
L'Art De La Crète Néolithique et Minoenne. More
WORDSWORTH, Christopher.
Greece Pictorial, Descriptive, & Historical...With upwards of three hundred and fifty engravings on wood and twenty-eight on steel, illustrative of the Scenery, Architecture, Costume, and Fine Arts of that Country...Second Edition. More
WILLS, Alfred.
The Eagle's Nest In the Valley of Sixt; A Summer Home among the Alps: Together with some Excursions Among the Great Glaciers. More
WILLIAMSON, Thomas & HOWITT, Samuel.
Oriental Field Sports; being a complete, detailed and accurate description of the Wild Sports of the East; and exhibiting, in a novel and interesting manner, the Natural History of the elephant, the rhinoceros, the tiger, the leopard, the bear, the deer, the buffalo, the wolf, the wild hog, the jackall, the wild dog, the civet, and other undomesticated animals: as likewise the different species of feathered game, fishes, and serpents. The whole interspersed with a variety of Original, Authentic, and Curious Anecdotes, which render the work replete with information and amusement. the scenery gives a faithful representation of that picturesque country, together with the manners and customs of both the native and European inhabitants. The narrative is divided into forty heads, forming collectively a complete work, but so arranged that each part is a detail of one of the Forty Coloured engravings with which the publication is embellished. the whole taken from the manuscript and designs of captain Thomas Williamson, Who served upwards of Twenty Years in Bengal; The drawings by Samuel Howett, made uniform in size, and engraved by the first artists, under the direction of Edward Orme. More
Select Views in Greece with Classical Illustrations. More
A Journal of a Voyage from London to Savannah in Georgia. in two Parts. Part I. From london to Gibralter. Part II. from Gibralter to Savannah...The Second Edition. [with] A Continuation...from his arrival at Savannah to his return to London. The Second Edition [with] A Continuation...from his arrival at London, to his departure from thence on his way to Georgia. the Third Edition.[with] A Continuation...during the time he was detained in England by the embargo. The Fourth Edition. [with] A Continuation...from his embarking after the embargo, to his arrival at Savannah in Georgia. The Second Edition [with] A Continuation...after his arrival at Georgia, to a few days after his second return thither from Philadelphia [Second edition] [with] A Continuation...after his return to Georgia to his arrival at Falmouth...containing An account of the work of God at Georgia, Rhode-Island, New-England, New-York, Pennsylvania and South-Carolina [first two part in one edition]. More
WEBER, Richard. DEXTER, Laurie. HOLLOWAY, Christopher. BUXTON, Max.
Polar Bridge. An Arctic Odyssey. More
VIVIAN, G[eorge].
Scenery of Portugal & Spain. On stone by Louis Hague. More
Sons of Sindbad. An Account of Sailing with the Arabs in their Dhows, in the Red Sea, round the Coasts of Arabia, and to Zanzibar and Tanganyika; Pearling in the Persian Gulf; and the Life of the Shipmasters and the Mariners of Kuwait. More
VIGNE, G.T. Esq. F.G.S.
A Personal Narrative of a Visit to Ghuzni, Kabul, and Afghanistan and of a Residence at the Court of Dost Mohamed: with notices of Bunjit Sing, Khiva, and the Russian Expedition. More
The Underwood Travel Library. CANADA More
India Through the Stereoscope. A Journey through Hindustan conducted by James Ricalton Author of "China Through the Stereoscope". Stereographs made by the author. More
Italy through the Stereoscope. Journeys in and about Italian Cities More
TROISI, Sergio.
Vedute di Palermo. Introduzione di Cesare de Seta. More
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