WALSH, Thomas. Journal of the late campaign in Egypt: including descriptions of that country, and of Gibralter, Minorca, Malta, Marmorice and Macri, London: Luke Hansard for T. Cadell jun., and W. Davies, 1803. 4° (285 x 222mm.). 26 engraved plates, 6 hand-coloured, 16 maps, plans and charts, some hand-coloured and folding. (Occasional light spotting and offsetting, one or two short marginal tears to maps). Later cloth. (Rubbed). Second edition. Abbey Travel 266; Blackmer 1767.
WILSON, Robert Thomas, Sir (1777-1849). History of the British Expedition to Egypt, London: C. Roworth for T. Egerton, 1802. 4° (272 x 203mm.). Engraved portrait frontispiece of Sir Ralph Abercrombie, 3 part-coloured folding maps, 2 folding tables. (Occasional light spotting, browning and offsetting). Contemporary calf. (Upper cover detached, rubbed and scuffed). FIRST EDITION. Blackmer 1819: "Wilson's History is the basic contemporay account of the Anglo-French conflict in Egypt. He joined Abercromby at Aboukir Bay in March, 1801. He was present at the seige and capitulation of Alexandria, and he entered Cairo in July. Wilson took part in many of the Napoleonic campaigns; later he became governor of Gibralter". Brunet V, 1459.
With Charles Stewart's Narrative of the war in Germany and France in 1813 and 1814 (London, 1830) and George Brackenbury's The Campaign in the Crimea (London, 1855-56, first and second series, second series lacking plate 37). (5)