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SELOUS, FREDERICK COURTENEY: - Travel and Adventure in South-East Africa. Being the Narrative of the last Eleven Years spent by the Author of the Zambesi and its Tributaries; with an Account of the Colonisation of Mashunaland and the Progress of the Gold Industry in that Country. London, Rowland Ward and Co., 1893.

. Large 8vo. Pp. xviii, 503, adv. (4). With one folding map and numerous text illustrations. Modern half morocco. First edition. A handsome copy. The narrative describes his experiences with the Boers and the natives while engaging in his hunting expeditions. "Selous describes numerous adventures with lions and leopards, particularly near the Zambesi, Zweswi, and Manyami rivers, with additional sport after rhinoceros, eland antelope, and hartebeest. After returning to the Transvaal, he linked with Montague Kerr and traveled into Matabeleland." Czech p.146. Mendelssohn II, p. 300.
EUR 350.00 [Appr.: US$ 425.62 | £UK 311 | JP¥ 44117] Booknumber: 121015

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