Transactions of the Royal Society of Arts and Sciences of Mauritius. Port Louis: [de V. Devaux], printed by J. W. Jeffreys, . 8°, 2 folding lithographic plates. Red morocco gilt, the upper cover with presentation inscription in gilt. Provenance: PRESENTATION COPY TO THE GOVERNOR OF MAURITIUS, Lieutenant General Sir William Gomm, inscribed in manuscript on front free endpaper by L. Bouton, the Secretary of the Society -- Sir James Gomer Berry (armorial bookplate).
LLOYD, J. A. Instructions to the various Surveyors and Overseers of the Road and Bridge Department. Port Louis: E. Baker and J. W. Jeffreys, 1847. 8°, 8pp; with 8 other works on Mauritius: EVANS, Lieutenant. Account of the Conquest of Mauritius. With some notices on The History, Soil, Products, Defences, and the Political Importance of This Island. London: T. Egerton, Military Library, 1811. With folding engraved map. 19th-century green straight-grained morocco gilt; HOUSE OF COMMONS. A Return of the Names.. of all Discharged Soldiers...serving in the Isles of France and Bourbon: 1810-1824. London: 26 May 1826; Recollections of Seven Years Residence at The Mauritius, or Isle of France. By a Lady. London: James Cawthorn, 1830; Mauritius. A Short Appeal to The House of Commons, in answer to the charges brought against the inhabitants of Mauritius. London: W. Glindon. 8°, 30pp., extract from a pamphlet by John Jeremie, with the following, also abridged from the pamphlet, JEREMIE, John, Recent Events at Mauritius. London: Hatchard and Son, 1835; Statistical Reports on the Sickness, Mortality, & invaliding, among the troops in Western Africa, St Helena, The Cape of Good Hope and The Mauritius. London: W. Clowes and Sons, 1840; A Transport Voyage to The Mauritius and back. London: John Murray, 1851 (9)