RILEY, W. W. (editor). Sequel to Riley's Narrative: being a sketch of interesting incidents in the life, voyages and travels of Capt. James Riley, Columbus: George Brewster, 1851. 8° (226 x 137mm). Lithographed portrait frontispiece, 18 plates, including 10 hand-coloured and one folding plan of Algiers. (Plan with severe but clean tear, some spotting.) Original cloth (rebacked, rubbed).
CLEVELAND, Richard Jeffrey. A Narrative of Voyages and Commercial Enterprises, Boston: Charles Pierce, 1850. 12° (201 x 117mm). Half title, engraved frontispiece and 3 plates. (Light offsetting from plates, half title stained.) Original cloth, spine gilt (spine very lightly faded). First publ;ished in 1842, cf. Hill p.55.
[BUCHAN, George]. A Narrative of the Loss of the Winterton East Indiaman, wrecked on the Coast of Madagascar in 1792 ... by a passenger in the ship, Edinburgh: Waugh and Innes, 1820. 8° (220 x 126mm). Engraved frontispiece, one plate and one folding map, with final errata leaf. Modern half calf, uncut.
With 6 other travel books including Trifles from my Port-Folio or Recollections of Scenes and Small Adventures... in Upper and Lower Canada (Quebec, 1839), Ocean Scenes or the Perils and Beauties of the Deep (New York, 1849) and Raphael Pumpelly's Across America and Asia (New York, 1870). (9)