John Leyden (1775-1811, translator)
Malay Annals translated from the Malay Language, with an introduction by Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles. London: 1821. 8 (22.7 x 14cm.) (Some spotting.) Original boards with paper spine label, uncut and unopened (rubbed and stained, spine chipped at foot). FIRST EDITION.
Nicholas Michailovitch PRZHEVAL'SKY. Mongolia, the Tangut Country, and the solitudes of Northern Tibet, being a narrative of three years' travel in Eastern High Asia...translated [from the Russian] by E. Delmar Morgan. London: Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1876. 2 volumes, 8 (22 x 14cm.) Large folding lithographic map, 20 plates and illustrations. (Several clean tears to the map, some spotting.) Publisher's brown cloth, decorated in gilt and black (extremities rubbed, spine block of vol.I slightly twisted). FIRST ENGLISH EDITION.
Henry Ambrose OLDFIELD. Sketches from Nipal, historical and descriptive, with anecdotes of the court life and wild sports of the country in the time of Mahraja Jang Bahadur. London: W. H. Allen, . 2 volumes, 8 (22.6 x 14cm.) 18 coloured wood-engraved plates after the author. (Title to vol.I torn along inner margin, title and frontispiece to vol.II detached and also waterstained at outer margin.) Publisher's green cloth gilt (slightly soiled and rubbed, stitching weak). FIRST EDITION. (5)