BUENOS AYRES. - A Narrative of the Expedition to, and the Storming of Buenos Ayres, by the British army, commended by Lieutenant-General Whitelocke. By an officer, attached to the expedition. Bath: printed by William Meyler, sold by G. Robinson and Harding of London, 1897. 8° (212 x 125mm). Engraved plan. (Some browning to title.) 20th-century roan-backed boards. FIRST EDITION. Sabin 51805.
An authentic narrative of the proceedings of the expedition against Buenos Ayres, under the command of Lieut. Gen. Whitelocke. By an Irish officer. Dublin: printed by R. Smith, published by W. Figgis, 1808. 8° (223 x 140mm). Early 20th-century half morocco (upper cover and spine faded). Provenance: E.S. Cooper (signature); Markree Library (bookplate dated 1913). FIRST EDITION, RARE.
[John Constanse DAVIE]. Letters from Buenos Ayres and Chili, with an original history of the latter country. London: W. Clowes for R. Ackermann, 1819. 8° (230 x 140 mm). Half-title, 8pp. publisher's advertisements at rear. 5 hand-coloured aquatints. (Light soiling, marginal in the main, but affecting image area of plate facing page 64.) Original boards, the covers with engraved decorative design printed in dark brown, on the upper cover the design incorporates lettering 'History of Chili: By the Author of Letters from Paraguay', uncut (rebacked in cloth, worn). FIRST EDITION. Abbey Travel II,697; Sabin 18746.
And four others on Buenos Ayres (Samuel Hull WILCOCKE. History and Description of the republic of Buenos Ayres... London: 1820. 8°. Contemporary cloth. Sabin 103962; [ANON]. Note of the 18th September 1845, addressed by the plenipotentiares of the mediating powers to the government of Buenos-Ayres, containing the declaration of the blockade of the ports and coasts of the same province. Montevideo: [1845?]. 8°. With a related 4pp. ALS loosely inserted. 20th-century half calf; [ANON.] A Summary Account of the Viceroyalty of Buenos-Ayres... extracted from the best authorities. London: [no date but 1806]. 8°. Contemporary half calf [rebacked]. Sabin 9041; Alexander GILLESPIE. Gleanings and Remarks: collected during many months of residence at Buenos Ayres, and within the upper country... Leeds: 1818. 8°. Original boards [rebacked, old spine laid down]. Sabin 27391). (7)