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JOHNSTON, SIR HARRY HAMILTON: - British Central Africa. An Attempt to Give some Account of a Portion of the Territories under British Influence North of the Zambezi. London, Metheun & Co, 1897.

. Royal 8vo. Pp. xx, 544. With engraved front portrait, five folding coloured maps (one with two maps) and numerous illustrations. Partly some light staining. Publisher's pictorial yellow and black cloth, lightly rubbed, upper front hinge chipped. First edition. An account dealing with the history, botany, zoology, the natives and the languages of Nyasaland (today Malawi). Sir Harry Hamilton Johnston (1858-1927) was a British explorer, botanist, artist, linguist and pioneer colonial administrator. He made several expeditions to different parts of Africa, he published several books on African subjects and he served as the first British consul general and administrator in Nyasaland (1891-5).
EUR 250.00 [Appr.: US$ 297.39 | £UK 215.5 | JP¥ 32248] Booknumber: 121023

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