The life and works of Alfred Aloysius Horn, an old visitor. The works written by himself at the age of seventy-three, and the life, with such of his philosophy as is the gift of age and experience taken down and here edited by Ethelreda Lewis. The foreword written by John Galsworthy. I. The Ivory Coast in the earlies: the narrative of a boy trader's adventures in the Seventies, through which runs the strange thread that is the history--meagre, but all that is available--of a young English gentlewoman.
|Main Author:||Horn, Trader, 1861-1931.|
|Other Authors:||Lewis, Ethelreda.|
London, J. Cape [1928, c1927]
> Description and travel.
First published under the title: The Ivory Coast in the earlies.
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