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London: Printed for J. Johnson by S. Hamilton, 1804. First edition. 8vo. 252pp. Complete with frontis, 2 plates & 2 folding maps. Contemporary full red straight grain morocco, all edges gilt. Holy Island Library & Reading Room label affixed to front board; board also stamped in blind. Ink & pencil notation to verso of front free endpaper. Top of title page excised. Foxing, some dampstaining to text. Maps have fore edge wear, some soiling. "A Sketch of the Island of Celebes" with a 2.5" tear at fore edge. With a disbound review of the book laid in. OCLC 13230482; Howgego W56 JAM/cs Case 16
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