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WARBURTON, PETER EGERTON: - Journey Across the Western Interior Australia. With an Introduction and Additions by Charles H. Eden esq. Edited by H.W. Bates. London, Sampson, Low, Marston, Low and Searle, 1875.

. Pp. (xii), 307, (1), adv. 40. With frontispiece portrait, 8 plates and one large folding map (a few short tears). One plate is loose (page 248) with edges a little frayed. Publisher's pictorial green cloth, gilt and black stamped, rubbed. Bookplate. Faint traces of removed label on upper cover. Colonel Warburton intended to find a route to Perth but driven off course his party instead headed north west. This is a narrative of his expedition from the Telegraph line to the West coast. The remaining part contains contributions by Professor Owen, Dr. Hooker, John Gould and Dr. Henry Triman. Wantrup: "Warburton's journey is a scarce and interesting account of Western Australia and North Australia exploration". First edition. Ferguson 18187. Wantrup 201.
EUR 1100.00 [Appr.: US$ 1317.32 | £UK 956.75 | JP¥ 143494] Booknumber: 29137

Total: EUR 1100.00 [Appr.: US$ 1317.32 | £UK 956.75 | JP¥ 143494]

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