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History of the Danish, French, Ostend, and Swedish East India Companies. (Mod. Univ. Hist. Vol. IX.)

Macpherson's (David) History of the European Commerce with India. (Commerce.)

Bruce's (John) Annals of the Honourable East India Company, from their Establishment in 1600 to the Union of the London and English East India Companies, 1708. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1810.

Clive's (Robert, Lord) Speech in the House of Commons on a Motion made for an Inquiry into the Nature, State, and Condition of the East India Company, and the British Affairs in the East Indies in 1772. 4to. Privately printed, 1772.

Burke's (Edmund) Speeches, &c. on Indian Affairs. (Political Hist.) Jones's (Sir W.) Works; containing all his publications on the manners, customs, &c. of India, on oriental literature in general, and including those published in the Asiatic Researches. 8 vols. 4to. London, 1798-1801.

Forbes's (James) Oriental Memoirs, selected and abridged from a series of Letters written during seventeen years' residence in India. 4 vols. 4to. London, 1813-15..

Dubois' (Abbé J. A.) Description of the Character, Manners, and Customs of the People of India, translated. 4to. London, 1817.

Buchanan's (Claudius) Memoir of the Expediency of an Ecclesiastical Establishment for India. 8vo. London, 1812.

History of China, Tartary, and Siam.

[Castillion (J.)], Anecdotes des Mœurs, Usages, Coutumes, et Religions des Tonquinoises, Chinoises, Japonoises, Siamoises. One vol. in 2, 12mo. Paris, 1774.

Halde's (J. B. du) [Geographical and Historical] Description of the Empire of China and Chinese Tartary; together with the Kingdoms of Corea and Tibet. From the French, with notes and other improvements by the translator. 2 vols. folio. London, 1738-41. Couplet (Ph.) Tabula Chronologica Monarchiæ Sinicæ, juxta cyclos annorum LX., ab anno ante Christum 2952, ad annum post Christum 1683. Folio. Parisiis, 1686. (Confucius, Sin. Philosophus.) Tong-Kien-Kangmou, Histoire Générale de la Chine, traduite par Mayriac de Mailla, et publiée, avec la description de la Chine, par l'Abbé Grosier. 7 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1818.

History of the Eastern Tartars.

(Modern Universal History, Vol. VII.) History of the Empire of China. (Modern Universal History, Vols. VII. and XVIII.)

History of the Pirates who infested the Chinese Sea from 1807 to 1810, translated from the original Chinese; with notes and illustrations by C. F. Neumann. 8vo. London, 1831.

History of the farther Peninsula of India, Assam, Arrakan, Pegu, Ava, Siam, Kochin-China, and Tong-King. (Modern Universal History, Vol. VI.)

History of the Asiatic Isles.

Kæmpfer's (Engelbert) History of Japan; together with a description of the kingdom of Siam: translated from the original in High Dutch [in the library of Sir Hans Sloane], never before printed, by J. G. Scheuchzer; with the life of the author, and an introduction [containing a list of authors who have previously written on this subject, and of Japanese writers.] 2 vols. folio. London, for the translator, 1726.

History of Japan. (Mod. Univ. Hist. Vol. VII.)

Titsingh, Mémoires et Anecdotes sur la Dynastie régnante des Djogouns souverains du Japon; avec des notes par A. Rémusat. Svo. Paris, 1820.

Crawfurd's (John) History of the Indian Archipelago.
Edinburgh, 1820.

3 vols. 8vo.

Knox's (Robt.) Historical Relation of the Island Ceylon; with an account of the detaining in captivity the author and others, and of the author's miraculous escape. Folio. London, 1681.

Percival's (Robt.) Account of the Island of Ceylon; containing its history, geography, customs, manners, &c.; with the journal of an embassy to the court of Candy. 4to. London, 1805.

Cordiner's (James) Description of Ceylon; containing an account of the country, inhabitants, and natural productions; with an account of the Candian campaign of 1803. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1807. Marsden's (William) History of Sumatra; an account of the government, &c. of the native inhabitants; with a description of the natural productions, and a relation of the ancient political state of the country. 4to, with plates in folio. London, 1811.

Raffles's (Sir Thomas Stamford) History of Java. 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1817.

Raffles (Memoirs of the Life and Public Services of Sir T. S.), particularly in the government of Java, 1811-16, and of Bencoleen and its dependencies, 1817-24; with details of the commerce and resources of the eastern Archipelago by his Widow. 4to. London, 1830.

Zuniga's (Mart. de) Historical View of the Philippine Islands, translated by J. Maver. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1814.

Leith's (Sir G.) Short Account of the Settlement, Produce, and Commerce of Prince of Wales's Island, in the Straits of Malacca. 8vo. London, 1805.

Africa.-General History.

Leonis (Joan.) Descriptio Africæ. (Travels.)

Leo's (J.) Geographical History of Africa; before which, out of the best ancient and modern writers, is prefixed a general description of Africa, and also a particular treatise of all maine lands and isles undescribed by Leo; and a relation of the great princes and the manifold religions in that part of the world: translated and collected by John Pory. Folio. London, 1600.

History of Africa, and all the principal Nations and States which inhabit it. (Mod. Univ. Hist. Vols. XI. and XXXVII.)

History of Egypt and Abyssinia.

See also page 178.

Wilford (Francis) on Egypt and other Countries adjacent to the Calf River, or Nile of Ethiopia; from the ancient books of the Hindus. (Jones's Works, Supplement, Vol. II.)

Abd-Allatif, Relation de l'Egypte, suivie de divers extraits d'Ecrivains Orientaux, et d'un état des provinces et des villages de l'Egypte dans le XIV siècle; le tout trad. et enrichi de notes, par De Sacy. 4to. Paris, 1810.

Quatremère (E.), Mémoires Géographiques et Historiques sur l'Egypte, et sur quelques contrées voisines, recueillis et extraits des MSS. Coptes, Arabes, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1810.

Champollion (J. F.), Lettres à M. le Duc de Blacas d'Aulps, relatives au Musée Royal Egyptien de Turin; qui renferment la restoration chronologique, par les monuments, de la XV dynastie Egyptienne de Manéthon, et des suivantes, jusqu'aux Romains. 8vo. plates in 4to. Paris, 1824-6.

History of Modern Egypt. (Mod. Univ. Hist. Vols. XI. and XXXVII.) Martin (P.), Histoire de l'Expédition Française en Egypte. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1815.

Mengin, Histoire de l'Egypte sous le Gouvernement de Mohammed-Aly jusqu'en 1823. Enrichi de notes par Langles et Jomard, et d'une introduction historique par Agoub. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1824. Wilson's (R. T.) Moral and Physical State of Egypt. (Campaign in Egypt.)

Burckhardt's (J. L.) Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians illustrated. (Arabic Proverbs.)

Ludolfi (Jobi) Historia Ethiopica, sive descriptio regni Habessinorum quod vulgò malè Presbyteri Joannis vocatur, cum commentario. 2 vols. folio. Francf. 1681-91.

Ludolphi Relatio nova de hodierno Habessinæ statu, ex Indiâ nuper allata. Appendix secunda ad Historiam Ethiop., continens dissert. de locustis. Folio. Francof. 1693-4.

Bruce's (James) Annals and Natural History of Abyssinia. (Travels.) Lobo (Jerome), Relation Historique d'Abyssinie, traduit du Portugais, continuée et augmentée de plusieurs dissertations, lettres, et mémoires, par M. le Grand. 4to. Paris, 1728.

History of Abyssinia. (Mod. Univ. Hist. Vol. XII. and XXXVII.)

History of Barbary and other parts of Africa.

History of Barbary, Morocco, Fez, Algiers, Tunis, Tripoli, &c. (Mod. Univ. Hist. Vols. XIV. and XV.)

Chenier, Recherches Historiques sur les Maures, et Histoire de l'Empire de Maroc. 3 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1787.

Morgan's (John) History of Algiers from the earliest to the present times. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1728-29.

History of the Interior Countries of Africa. (Mod. Univ. Hist. Vols. XIV. and XXXVII.)

Norris's (Rob.) Memoirs of the reign of Bossa Ahàdee, King of Dahomy; to which are added the author's Journey to Abomey, the capital; and an account of the Slave-trade. 8vo. Lond. 1789.

History of the Western Coast of Africa. (Mod. Univ. Hist. Vols. XIII. and XXXVII.)

Beaver's (Capt. Ph.) African Memoranda relative to an attempt to establish a British Settlement on the Island of Bulama, on the Western Coast of Africa, in 1792. 4to. London, 1805.

History of the Southern Coast of Africa. (Mod. Univ. Hist. Vols. XII. and XXXVII.)

Percival's (Robert) Account of the Cape of Good Hope. 4to. Lond. 1804. History of the Coast of Zanguebar. (Mod. Univ. Hist. Vols. XII. and XXXVII.)

History of the African Islands. (Mod. Univ. Hist. Vols. XI., XII., and XXXVII.)

Grant (Charles), Viscount de Vaux's, History of Mauritius, or the Isle of France, and the neighbouring Islands, from their discovery to the present time. 4to. London, 1801.

Brooke's (T. H.) History of the Island of St. Helena, from its discovery to 1806. 8vo. London, 1808.

Beatson's (Alex.) Tracts relative to the Island of St. Helena, written during a residence of five years. 4to. London, 1816.

America.-General History.

Bibliotheca Americana: a Catalogue of Books, State Papers, &c. upon the subject of North and South America. 4to. London, 1789. Catalogue of Spanish Books and Manuscripts on America. (Robertson's America.)

Alcedo (Antonio de), Geographical and Historical Dictionary of America and the West Indies, translated, with large additions, by G. A. Thompson. 5 vols. 4to, and atlas in folio. Lond. 1812-15.

Barton's (B. S.) New Views of the origin of the Tribes and Nations of America. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1796.

Humboldt (Alex. de), Monumens des Peuples indigènes de l'Amérique. (Vues de Cordilleras, Travels.)

Herrera (Ant. de), Historia General de los Hechos de los Castellanos en los Islas y Terra Firma del Mar Oceano. 8 vols. in 4, folio. En Madrid, 1730.

Herrera (A. de), Descripcion de las Indias Occidentales. Folio. En
Madrid, 1725.

Forming the Supplement to the "Historia General," and containing the General

History of America. (Mod. Univ. Hist. Vols. XXXIV. and XXXVIII.)
Robertson's (Wm.) History of America. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1778.
Holmes's (George) American Annals; or, a chronological history of
America from its first discovery in 1492 to 1806. 2 vols. 8vo.
Cambridge (New England), 1808.

Burney's (J.) History of the Buccaneers of America. (Discoveries in the South Sea.)

History of South America.

History of South America. (Mod. Univ. Hist. Vol. XXXVIII.)

Southey's (Robt.) Expedition of Orsua, and the Crimes of Aguirre. 12mo. Lond. 1821.

Cieza (Pietro), Historie del Peru, dove se tratta l'ordine delle provincie, delle città nuove en quel paese edificate, i riti e costumi degli Indiani. La Seconda Parte si tratta particolarmente della presa del Re Atabalippa, delle perle, dell' oro, delle spetierie, retrovate alle Malucche, et delle guerre civili tra gli Spagnuoli; tradotte di Spagnuolo per And. Arrivabene.-La Terza Parte, nella quale particolarmente si tratta della conquista della grande et maravigliosa città di Messico, et delle altre provincie ad essa sottoposte; trad. da ling. Spagnuola di F. Lopez de Gommara, da Lucio Mauro. 3 vols. small 8vo. In Venetia, Giorg. Zilletti, 1557, 1560, and


Neither Dr. Robertson nor Meusselius (Bib. Hist.) seem to have been aware that more than the First Part of this was published. The latter particularly regrets that it is not finished. Richarderie also only specifies the First Part, but gives it as 2 vols. including, perhaps, the second.

Molina's (Don J. Ignatius) Geographical, Natural, and Civil History of Chili. Translated, with notes, from the French and Spanish versions, with two historical appendixes. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1809.

Charlevoix's (P. F. Xavier de) History of Paraguay, translated. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1769.

Dobrizhoffer's (Martin) Account of the Abipones, an equestrian people of Paraguay, translated from the Latin [by R. Southey]. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1822.

Southey's (Robert) History of Brazil. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1809-19. Bancroft's (E.) Guiana. (Nat. History.)

History of North America.

History of North America. (Mod. Univ. Hist. Vol. XXXVIII.) Clavigero's (Fran. Sav.) History of Mexico, compiled from the Spanish and Mexican Historians, and translated by Ch. Cullen. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1807.

[Gomara (Lopez de)], The Pleasant Historie of the Conquest of the Weast India, now called New Spayne, atchieved by the worthy Prince Hernando Cortez. Translated out of the Spanish tongue by Thomas] N[icholas]. Black letter. 4to. London, Hen. Bynneman [1578].

Cortez (Hernan.), Historia de Nueva Espana, aumentada por D. Fr. Ant. Lorenzana. Folio. En Mexico, 1770.

Solis (Ant. de), Historia de la Conquista de Mexico, Poblacion y progressos de la Nueva Espana. Folio. Amberes, 1704.

Ward's (H. G.) Mexico; with an account of the political events of that Republic to the present day. (Travels.)

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