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1 September 2008
Tiger-Shooting in India; being an Account of Hunting Experiences on Foot in Rajpootana, during the hot seasons, from 1850 to 1854. London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1857. Large 8° (243 x 165mm), chromolithograped frontispiece and 11 plates after Rice (some mainly marginal staining and spotting), contemporary half calf by A. J. Combridge & Co., Bombay, spine gilt in compartments (extremities rubbed, some minor repairs). Abbey Travel 484.
"Indian Game" (from Quail to Tiger). London: W. H. Allen & Co., 1884. Large 8° (254 x 170mm), tinted lithographed frontispiece and 11 plates after Rice (some staining and spotting to title and first few leaves), original green pictorial cloth gilt (extremities lightly rubbed). (2)
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