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A voyage to Abyssinia and travels into the interior of that country : executed under the orders of the British government, in the years 1809 and 1810 in which are included, an account of the Portuguese settlements on the east coast of Africa, visited in


London : F.C. and J. Rivington, 1814.

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Subjects Africa, East -- Description and travel.
Africa, East.
African languages.
Ethiopia -- Description and travel.
Ethiopia.
Travel.
Description xi, [4], 506, lxxv pages, [27] leaves of plates (some folded) : illustrations, maps, plan, facsimile ; 31 cm
Copyright Date 1814.
Notes This book is from the rare book collection originally held in the George Camp Keiser Library of the Middle East Institute (MEI), Washington DC. This collection, acquired in 2008 by the Gelman Library of The George Washington University, now forms part of the Special Collections Research Center. LOCAL
Contents Contains List of new and rare plants, collected in Abyssinia during the years 1809 and 1810, arranged according to the Linnaean system [by Robert Brown]. (Appendix IV, pp. lxiii-lxv). This Appendix also contains descriptions of the zoology of Abyssinia, with descriptions of birds by John Latham and notes by Lord Stanley.
Genre Travel literature.
Geographic Area Ethiopia
Africa, Eastern
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3688835
(OCoLC)ocm03688835
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WorldCat Identities Salt, Henry, 1780-1827.
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