The Albert N'Yanza, Great Basin of the Nile, and the Explorations of the Nile Sources. Two volumes. London Macmillian and Co., 1867.
. Pp. xxx, 371; x, (2), 372. Half title to first volume missing. With two frontispieces (one tinted), two maps (one large folding), thirteen full-page plates and many textual illustrations. Old ownership's signature on title page (first volume). Original decorated cloth decorated in gilt, some minor wear. Bookplates. Volume one loose in binding. Occasionally some minor spotting. Second edition (first 1866) of this famous account about the source of the Nile, reprinted many times. Samuel White Baker was an English naturalist, big game hunter and explorer. He was the first Englishman to undertake high office under the Egyptian government. Baker discovered the lake Albert N'Yanza and the source of the White Nile. Includes much on elephant and buffalo hunting. Czech 15. Ibrahim-Hilmy I, p. 49.
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