Zeitschrift für vergleichende Erdkunde, Volumes 3-4

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Emil Baensch, 1844

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Page 89 - MEXICO in 1842: a description of the Country ; its natural and political features ; with a sketch of its history brought down to the present year ; to which is added an account of Texas and Yucatan, and of the Santa Fe expedition.
Page 90 - The northern traveller; containing the routes to the Springs, Niagara, Quebec, and the coal mines ; with the tour of New-England, and a brief guide to the Virginia springs, and southern and western routes.
Page 564 - South Indian Sketches; containing a short Account of some of the Missionary Stations connected with the Church Missionary Society in Southern India. In Letters to a Young Friend. By 'ST Part I. Madras and Mayaveram. 2. edit. Lond. 1842. 153 S. mit Holzschn. 8. (Ssh.Od.) [181] Narrative of the Expedition to China, from the commencement of the War to the present period; with Sketches of the Manners and Customs of that singular and hitherto almost unknown Country.
Page 86 - UN HIVER AUX ANTILLES EN 1839-1840, ou Lettres sur les résultats de l'abolition de l'esclavage dans les colonies anglaises des Indes occidentales, adressées à Henry Clay, du Kentucky; par Joseph John Gurney, et traduites de l'anglais sur la troisième édition , par JJ Pacaud.
Page 181 - ... History of the United States of North America, from the Plantation of the British Colonies till their Revolt and Declaration of Independence.
Page 85 - Petrsea, to the Holy Land; including a Visit to Athens, Sparta, Delphi, Cairo, Thebes, Mount Sinai, Petra, &c., by E. Joy Morris. 2 vols.
Page 87 - Description de l'Arménie, la Perse et la Mésopotamie, publiée sous les auspices des ministres de l'intérieur et de l'instruction publique.
Page 285 - Sveones habent in cultu Deorum, Upsola dicto; In quo loco sinus quidam ejus freti, quod Balticum vel Barbarum dicitur, in boream vergens, portum facit gentibus, quae hoc mare diffuse habitant, ,optabile; eed valde periCulo8um incautis et ignaris ejusmodi locorum, etc.
Page 85 - The Progress and Results of Emancipation in the English West Indies — a lecture delivered before the Philomathean Society of New York, 1842; Caste and Slavery in the American Church, by a Churchman (New York, 1843).
Page 180 - New Holland: its Colonization, Productions, and Resources; with Observations on the Relations subsisting with Great Britain. By T. Bart» lett, Assistant Surgeon, bond.

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