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Voyage round the world in the years 1803, 1804, 1805 and 1806 / Urey Lisiansky
Bib ID 602207
Format BookBook
Author
Lisiansky, Urey, 1773-1837
 
Uniform Title Puteshestvie vokrug sveta. English
Description Amsterdam : New York : N. Israel ; Da Capo Press, [1968] 
xxi, 388 p., [14] leaves of plates (some folded) : ill. (some col.), maps, port. ; 26 cm. 
Series

Bibliotheca Australiana ; nr. 42

Notes

Translation of: Puteshestvie vokrug sveta.

Published originally in Russian; English translation by the author.

Reproduction Facsim. reprint. of: A voyage round the world, in the years 1803, 4, 5, & 6; performed by order of His Imperial Majesty, Alexander the First, Emperor of Russia, in the ship Neva / by Urey Lisiansky ... London : Printed for John Booth [etc.], 1814. 
Subjects Neva (Ship)  |  Voyages around the world.  |  Alaska - Description and travel - Early works to 1800.

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