Travels through the interior of Africa, from the Cape of Good Hope to Morocco; in Caffraria, the kingdoms of Mataman, Angola, Massi, Monoemugi, Muschako, Bahahara, Wangara, Haoussa, &c., &. and thence through the Desert of Sahara and the north of Barbary to Morocco. Between the years 1781 and 1797. By Christian Frederick Damberger [pseud.]. With a new map, and several coloured plates. Faithfully translated from the German.
|Main Author:||Taurinius, Zacharias.|
London, Printed for R. Phillips, T. Gillet, printer, 1801.
"The translator's preface" dated: London, Dec. 13, 1800.
Numbers 237-256 omitted in paging.
Plates colored by hand.
One of three fictitious voyages, written with the assistance of one "Magister Junge", the other two of which were published under the pseudonyms Joseph Schrödter and Zacharias Taurinius. For a discussion of the authorship, cf. Neue allgemeine deutsche bibliothek, v. 58, p. 442-459.
Armorial book-plate: James Smith of Jordanhill.
xxii, 544 (i.e. 524) p. 3 col. pl. (incl. front.) fold. map.
|Original Classification Number:||G 560 .T233 1801|
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