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., &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. With a new map, and several coloured plates. Faithfully translated from the German.
|Main Author:||Taurinius, Zacharias,|
London : Printed for R. Phillips, 1801.
"Of the construction of the map" (p. 537-544) signed: C. F. Goldbach.
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.
Plates colored by hand.
Numbers 237-256 omitted in paging.
"The translated preface" dated: London, Dec. 13, 1800.
xxii, 544 p.
front. (col. port.), plates, fold. map,
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