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My wanderings : being travels in the east in 1846-47, 1850-51, 1852-53 / by John Gadsby, with map, numerous engravings on wood, and illustrations of 2,000 passages of scripture
Bib ID 1784835
Format BookBook
Author
Gadsby, John, 1809-1893
 
Edition Stereotype ed., rev. 
Description London : Gadsby, 1860 
2 v. : ill., map (folded) ; 20 cm. 
Notes

"This volume is complete in itself, but a second volume has been published, containing the author's Travels in the East in 1855-56, 1859-60, with illustrations of 2,000 additional passages of scripture and many engravings on wood."

'Vol.II, or Appendix' (t.p. of vol. 2)

Vol. II titled: My wanderings being travels in the east between 1846 and 1860.

Includes indexes.

Subjects Gadsby, John, - 1809-1893.  |  Middle East - Description and travel.  |  Arabian Peninsula - Description and travel.
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