SEYCHELLES- SAMOUILHAN, F. Dissertation no. 104 sur une Epidémie variolique observeée à bord d'un vaisseau négrier, et à Curieuse, l'une des Séchelles. Paris: Didot Jeune, 1808. 4° (245 x 196mm). 24pp. (Some marginal worming.) Disbound. A dissertation presented to the Ecole de Médecine in Paris, the author being a doctor in Bordeaux.
R.J. Wilmot HORTON. Seychelles: abstract of each slave population return for the Seychelles. London: House of Commons, 5 May 1826. 2° (341 x 213mm). 11,p. Stitched, uncut.
Edward NEWTON. Descriptions of some New Species of Birds from the Seychelle Islands [extracted from The Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London]. London: 28 March, 1867. 4° (211 x 148mm). 4p. One chromolithographic plate by J. Wolf. Bound with another paper by Newton on Additional Evidence as to the original Fauna of Rodriguez [PZSL, 19 January 1875], inscribed 'From the author,' and with a further paper by Newton, Notes of a Visit to the Island of Rodriguez [The Ibis, April 1865], loosely inserted. Late 19th-century cloth-backed boards, contemporary blue wrappers bound in. Alfred and Edward Newton collaborated to publish List of the Birds of Jamaica (Kingston, 1881).
Together with Berthold Seema's Popular History of the Palms (London, 1856), bound with an extract from Volume I, new series, of Curtis's Botanical Magazine (London, 1827) containing 5 hand-coloured engraved plates of 'Lodocea Sechellarum. Double, or Seychelles-Island, Cocoa-Nut;' Perceval Wright's Six Months at the Seychelles: Letter to A. Searle Heart (privately printed, 1868; title soiled and detached), and Report of the Lord Bishop of Mauritius on his Visitation to the Seychelle Islands (Port-Louis(?), 14 July 1859: (clean tears), both unbound; Manual for the Guidance of the Police Force Seychelles ([Mahe], 1903) in original wrappers; S.B. Hobbs's folding lithographic map of the Seychelles (n.p.; 27 September 1900) in modern half calf portfolio; and 'Habitation à Mahé (Seychelles),' hand-coloured aquatint plate by Himely after Pâris, extracted from Laplace's Voyage autour du Monde ... de la Corvette La Favorite (Paris, 1833-35), 240 x 328mm., framed and glazed. (9)