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t Horwood (R.) Plan of London and Westminster, Southwark, and parts adjoining, shewing every house, on 24 sheets. , Lond. 1794-99

*t Ortelius (Abr.) Theatre de l'Univers, fol. Antw. 1587 Robertson (Geo.) Memoir of a Chart of the China Sea, 4to. Lond. 1791




Collections of Voyages and Travels.

A Collection of Modern and Contemporary Voyages and Travels, containing: (1.) Translations from Foreign Languages, of Voyages and Travels, never before Translated; (2.) Original Voyages and Travels never before published; (3.) Analysis of New Voyages and Travels, published in England, 8vo. 11 vols. Lond. 1805-10

Betters from several parts of Europe, and the East, 8vo. 2 vols. Lond. 1753

ISSUER (W.) Collection of Voyages, 8vo. 4 vols. Lond, 1729 | (Sim.) Novus Orbis Regionum ac Insularum,

eteribus incognitarum, una cum tabula cosmographica,
bl. Basil. 1555

j- \rris (Dr. John) Navigantium atque Itwerantium Biblioilieca; or, a Complete Collection of Voyages and Travels in all parts of the World, fol. 2 vols. Lond. 1744

An Account of the Circumnavigators of the Globe.

OL. I. 1. On Navigation.

2. Voyages of Columbus.

3. Magellan's from the South Seas, to the East Indies.

4. Sir Francis Drake's Voyage round the World.

5. Sir Thomas Cavendish's.

Harris's Collection of Voyages, etc. continued.

6. Oliver Van Noorts Voyage round the World.

7. Captain Sibald de Weert's, to the South Seas.

8. Spilbergen's Voyage.

9. Schouten and Le Maire's Voyage.

10. Fernandez de Quires', for the discovery of the Southern Continent.

11. Jaques le Hermite, Voyage round the Globe.

12. Cowley's Voyage round the World.

13. Dampier's Voyage round the World.

14- Dampier's Voyage to New Ho1land and New Guinea.
15. Funnel's Voyage round the World.
16- Rogers'

17. Clipperton's.

18. Shelvock's.

19. Betagh's Observations on Peru.

20. Roggewein's Voyage to the Indian Archipelago.

21. Pelsart's Voyageto Batavia.

22. Tasman's.

23. Anson's Voyage round the World.

The Discovery, Settlement and Commerce of the East

1. Nature of the Work.

2. History of India.

3. 4. Indian Commerce.

5. Account of Alexander's Conquest of the Persian Empire.

6. Voyage, by Nearchus.

7. Of the Seleucidae.

8. Of the Greek Empire in Egypt.

9. 10. Of the Indian Trade carried on by the Romans.
11. Of the Religion, Customs, etc. of the Indians.
12- Of the Brachmans

13. Of the Land-Animals in the East Indies.

14. Of Fish and Fowl.

15. Of the Eastern and Northern Parts of India.

16. Of the rise and decline of the Constantinopolitan and Arabian Empires.

17. Account of the different Passages to the East Indies.

18. Travels of two Mohammedans,through India and China, in the Ninth Century.

19. Benjamin of Tudela's Travels from Spain to China.

20. Rubruquis' Travels in Tartary and China.

21. Marco Polo's Travels in Asia.

22. Of the Empire of the Great Mogul.

23. Rise and Progress of the Portugueze Empire, in the East Indies.

24. Laval's Voyage to the East Indies.

25. Beaulieu's.

26. 27. Maudelslo's Travels in Persia and the East.
28-30. Tavernier's Travels in the East Indies.

31. Cunniugham'sObservations on the Island of Chusan, on

the Coast of China.

32. Adams' Travels in the Empire of Japan.

33. Account of intercourse with the East Indies, and of the E. I. Compauy, temp. Eliz.

34. Account of the Dutch E. 1. Company.

35. History of the French East-India Company.

36. Of the Imperial E. I. Company, established at Ostend, by Charles VI

37. Of the Danish Commerce, to the East Indies.

38. Of the Swedish East India Company.

Discovery, Settlement, and Commerce of the West

VbL. II. 1. Of the importance of the new-discovered Continent of

2-5. Columbus' Voyages to the West Indies.
6. Of the discoveries, etc. of the Spaniards in the West

7-13. Cortes'Expeditions for the Reduction of New Spain.

14. Discoveries of the Spaniards in Panama.

15. Discovery and conquest of Peru and Chili.

16. Discoveries and Settlements ot the Portugueze in Brazil.

17-20. Discoveries aod Settlements of the English Nation

in America.
SI • State of the Colony of Georgia.
8*. Of the Dutch Colonies iu America.

Discoveries made! towards the North, and attempts
for finding the North-East, and North - West

1. History of the Countries lying round the North Pole. S. Motives for seeking a Passage into the South Seas.

3. Capt. James' Voyage for the discovery of a Passage to

the South Seas. /

4. Capt. Middleton's.

5. Grounds for seeking a N. E. Passage into the Sea of


Voyages and Travels, relating to the Northern parts of Europe.

1. Of the Sea-coasts and Mines of Norway, Lapland, Siberia. etc.

2. Of the Kingdom of Sweden.

3. Of Denmark.' ,

4. Of Poland.

5. Account of the Ukrain and the Cossacks.

United Provinces, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, etc.

1-3. Missou's Travels through Holland, Germany, Italy, etc.

4. Bp. Burnet's Travels in Switzerland and Italy.

5. Ray's Travels in the Low-Countries and Germany.

6. in Italy, Sicily, and Malta.

Spain, France, and Navarre.

1. Willoughby's Travels in Spain.
2. Travels in Portugal and Spain.
3, 4. Skippon, and Ray, and Northleigh's in France.

Remote parts of Germany, Bohemia, Moravia, etc.

1. Brown's Travels in Bavaria, Austria, etc.
2. Description of the Kingdom of Hungary.
3. Travels through Hungary, into Thessaly, and from
Vie una to Veil ice, by Land,

Islands of tJie Archipelago, with an Account of the

1. Thevenot's Travels from Italy to Constantinople.
3. Account of the Customs and Manners of the Turks.

3. Remarkable Cities in Asia, and of the Archipelago.

4. MaundreH's Journey from Aleppo to Jerusalem;


1. Chardin's Travels in Circassia, Miagrelia, Georgia, etc.
9-5. Description of Persia, its Inhabitants, Manners, Cus-
toms, Constitution, Government, and History.

North-East parts of Asia and "China.

1-3. Tsbrant Ide's Travels in the Russian and Chinese
Empires. ».

4. Account of the North-East part of Asia.

5. Description of China.

6. Of the Country, Inhabitants, etc. of Corea, Japan, etc.

7. Of Kamschatka, with the Voyage of Capt. Behring.

PINK.ERTON (John) General Collection of Voyages and Travels, in all parts of the World, 4to. vols. I-XI. Lond. V. Y. Smith (Tho.) Wonders of Nature and Art, 12mo, 12 vols.

Lond. 1803

Section ir.

Voyages to the South Pole, and round the World.

Missionary Voyage to the Southern Pacific Ocean, in
1796-98, in the ship Duff, commanded by Capt.
J. Wilson, including details of^the Natural and Civil
State of Otaheite, • 4to. Lond. 1799

Bligh (Capt. Wm.) Voyage to the South Seas, for the pur-
pose of conveying the Bread-fruit Tree to the West In-
dies, 4to. Lond. 1792
Burney (Capt. James) Chronological History of the Dis-
coveries in the South Sea, 4to. 2 vols. Lond. 1803-6
t Hawkesworth (Dr. John) Account of the Voyages
for making Discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere,
performed by Commodore Byron, Capt. Wallis,
Capt. Carteret, and Capt. Cook, accompanied by
Sir Joseph Banks, 4to. 3 vols. Lond. 1773
t Cook (James) Voyage towards the South Pole and round
the World, with Capt. Furneaux's Narrative of his Pro-
ceedings in the Adventure, 4to. 2 vols. Lond. 1777
t The Original Astronomical Observations made
during Capt. Cook's second Voyage, by Messrs.
Wales and Bayly, 4to. Lond. 1776

t Cook, Clerke, and Gore's Voyage to the Pacific Ocean,

by Cook and King, 4to. 3 vols. Land. 1784,

f Cook's Life, by And. Kippis, D. D. 4to. Land. 1788

t Parkinson (Sydney) Journal of a Voyage to the South Seas, during Capt. Cook's first Voyage, royal 4to. Land. 1784

Dixon (Geo.) and Portlock ( ) Voyage round the

World, but more particularly to North-West Coast of
America, from 1785 to 1788, 4to. Lond. 1789

Peron (M. F.) Voyage of Discovery to the Southern Hemisphere, 8vo. Contemp. Voy. vol. 11^

Perouse (J. F. G) Voyage round the World, in 1785, 6,

7, and 1788, with Atlas, 8vo. 3 vols. Lond. 1307

Pigafetta (Ant.) Voyage round the World in 1519—1522,

(the first J 4to. Pinkerton, vol. 11

Turnbull (John) Voyage round the World, 8vo.

Contemp. Voy. vol. 2.

Vancouver (Geo.) Voyage of Discovery to the North Pacific Ocean and round the World; in the Years 17901795, 8vo. 6 vols, with Atlas. Lond. 1801.


Sweden, Denmark, Germany, etc.

Journal of Seamen left at Spitzbergen, 4to. Pinkerton, vol. 1 Tour through the Island of Riigen, 8vo. Contemp. Voy. vol. 5

Bacstrom (Dr.) Voyage to Spitzbergen, 4to.

Pinkerton, vol. I

Cameron (-—) Tour through Germany, 8vo. Lond. 17.. Carr (Sir John) Travels round the Baltic, through Denmark, Sweden, Russia, and part of Germany, 4to.

Lond. 1805, and Contemp. Voy. vol. 8. Coxe (W.) Travels in Denmark, 4to. Pinkerton, vol. 6

Cojce (W.) Travels in Norway, 4to. Ibid.

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