GRANT, Andrew. History of Brazil, comprising a geographical account of that country. London: B. Clarke for Henry Colburn, 1809. 8° (210 x 130mm). Contemporary marbled calf (rebacked, old spine laid down, corners of covers repaired). Provenance: Giles Hill (early signature). FIRST EDITION. Borba de Moraes I,p.374; Sabin 28291.
John MAWE (1764-1829). Travels in the interior of Brazil; with notices on its climate, agriculture... and a particular account of the gold and diamond districts. London: printed by W. M'Dowall for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, and sold by the Author, 1821. 8° (225 x 145mm). 5 hand-coloured plates, one engraved, 4 aquatint, uncoloured engraved map. (Occasional light marginal spotting or soiling and offsetting of plates onto facing text.) Original boards, (backstrip worn with loss to label and chipped at head and foot, corners bumped). Second edition . Borba de Moraes II,p.543; Sabin 46992.
Robert DUNDAS. Sketches of Brazil; including new views on tropical and european fever, with remarks on a premature decay of the system incident to Europeans on their return from hot climates. London: C. Richards for John Churchill, 1852, 8° (207 x 128mm). Extra-illustrated with a publisher's advertisement for the work mounted on the front free endpaper. Original red cloth, covers blocked in blind, spine lettered in gilt and decorated in blind (spine faded). Provenance: Susan C. Hutton (author's presentation copy to his niece: 'Susan C, Hutton from her affectionate Uncle the Author London 20th October 1868')
AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY TO HIS NIECE OF THE FIRST EDITION. Borba de Moraes I,p.274; Sabin 21271. (3)