Catalog Record: Eastern and Egyptian scenery, ruins, &c. : accompanied with descriptive notes, maps, and plans, illustrative of a journey from India to Europe : followed by an outline of an overland route, statistical remarks, &c. intended to shew the advantage and practicability of steam navigation from England to India | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Eastern and Egyptian scenery, ruins, &c. : accompanied with descriptive notes, maps, and plans, illustrative of a journey from India to Europe : followed by an outline of an overland route, statistical remarks, &c. intended to shew the advantage and practicability of steam navigation from England to India / by Captain C.F. Head.

Main Author: Head, Charles Franklin,
Related Names: Hullmandel, Charles Joseph 1789-1850, printer.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Smith, Elder, 1833.
Subjects: Travel.
India.
Egypt.
Middle East > Description and travel.
India > Description and travel.
Egypt > Description and travel.
Lithographs > England > 19th century.
Note: The plates are lithographs mounted on India paper, printed by Charles Hullmandel.
Title vignette.
Physical Description: 86 pages, [25] leaves of plates (some folded) : illustrations ; 37 x 54 cm
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