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e-Book A Visit to the Barbary Regencies in 1830: Being Extracts from the Journal of Lord R.Grosvenor download

e-Book A Visit to the Barbary Regencies in 1830: Being Extracts from the Journal of Lord R.Grosvenor download

by Lord R. Grosvenor

ISBN: 1850771022
ISBN13: 978-1850771029
Language: English
Publisher: Darf Publishers Ltd; Facsimile edition edition (November 30, 1986)
Pages: 100
Category: Africa
Subategory: Traveling

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Grosvenor, R. (Robert), Lord, 1801-1893.

Grosvenor, R. Africa, North - Description and travel.

The following pages being extracted from a journal kept during my travels in the years 1829 and 1830, the . This book is a reproduction of an important historical work.

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The section title on page 5 "Travels in Barbary" is vigorously crossed out by the author who added that "The title below is a barbarism of the printers"

Lithograph title & two lithograph plates. The section title on page 5 "Travels in Barbary" is vigorously crossed out by the author who added that "The title below is a barbarism of the printers". The tipped in manuscript notes are devoted to Tripoli, Tunis and Islam. Members of: Antiquarian Booksellers Association. Provincial Booksellers Fairs Association. International League of Antiquarian Booksellers. Terms & Conditions.

Extracts from the journal of Lord R. Grosvenor : being an accouny of his visit to the Barbary regencies in the . Cunningham's manual of practical anatomy (Volume 1) by D. J. (Daniel John) Cunningham. Grosvenor : being an accouny of his visit to the Barbary regencies in the spring of 1830. Related authors: William Frederick Poole11 books in txt format On September 13, 1944. Peter Cetera, American musician (Chicago (band)), was born. Online library ebooksread.

GROSVENOR, Lord ROBERT, first Baron Ebury (1801–1893), born at Millbank House, Westminster, on 24 April 1801, was third son of Robert Grosvenor, first Marquis of Westminster, and his wife Eleanor, daughter, and subsequently sole heiress, of .

GROSVENOR, Lord ROBERT, first Baron Ebury (1801–1893), born at Millbank House, Westminster, on 24 April 1801, was third son of Robert Grosvenor, first Marquis of Westminster, and his wife Eleanor, daughter, and subsequently sole heiress, of Thomas Egerton, earl of Wilton. His elder brothers were Richard Grosvenor, second Marquis of Westminster, and Thomas Grosvenor, second Earl of Wilton. Hugh Lupus Grosvenor, first Duke of Westminster, was his nephew.

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The republication of this scarce volume will be welcomed by students and historians of North African history. It provides an account of the travels of Lord Grosvenor who, in 1829 and 1830, accompanied a British naval expedition to Tripoli, Tunis and Algiers for the purpose of gathering military intelligence. The present work takes the form a personal voyage, combining delightful descriptions of the country and its inhabitants, with the life and exploits of the naval party. This fine facsimil includes the charming engravings which enhanced the original edition.
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