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GLANIUS, [W.] A New Voyage to the East-Indies: containing An Account of several of those Rich Countries, and more particularly of the Kingdome of Bantam... and likewise a faithful Narrative of the Kingdome of Siam, of the Isles of Japan and Madagascar, and of several other Parts, with such New Discoveries as were never yet made by any other Traveller. London: Printed for H. Rodes, 1682.
12° (146 x 85mm). Engraved frontispiece portrait of Kaia Nebbe by Thomas Catlett. (Occasional light marginal browning). Contemporary blind-ruled speckled calf gilt, (joints split). Provenance: Gloddaeth Library, with book label on front paste-down.
THE RARE FIRST EDITION of these English travels to the East Indies, covering the manners and customs of the inhabitants, commerce and trade. Wing G792A.
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