Travels through the Crimea, Turkey, and Egypt; Performed during the Years 1825-1828: Including Particulars of the last Illness and Death of the Emperor Alexander, and of the Russian Conspiracy in 1825.

Author: Webster, James
Year: 1830
Edition: First edition
Publisher: London; Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley
Category: The Levant

Rebacked, 8vo., 2 volumes; Vol. I: pp. xii, ccxii, 162, 2 and Vol II: pp. viii, 435.

Original boards, borders richly gilt tooled. Spine richly gilt tooled as well with 5 raised bands and the titles in the second and the fourth compartment. Original marbled free end pages preserved.

Boards rubbed, upper board-edge of Vol. II bumped and very light foxing to some of the plates. A small stain on the fore-edge of the last pages of Vol. II, not bleeding into the margins of those pages.

These volumes together contain 7 aquatint plates h.t. by Newnham and 9 vignettes and hence are complete as per the list of illustrations.

Volume I is mainly dealing with Europe and Turkey, while volume II almost entirely is devoted to Egypt, with a smaller part dealing with Arabia.

Abbey Travel 360, Atabey 1324, Blackmer 1781, Prince Ibrahim-Hilmy II, p. 322, Weber I, 193.

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