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Adventures in the Lybian Desert,
BY BAYLE ST. JOHN.
“It is a very so and amusing description of the scenery and antiquities, and of the people whom he saw.”–Washington Union.
“Though written with an eye to antiquarian lore, there is no want of liveliness in the personal adventures of the author.”—Albion.
“A most interesting book.”—N. Y. Recorder.
b “It is a spirited description of the adventures of the author among the Bedouin Arabs.”—Tritoote.
Or, Traces of Travel brought Home from the East. 12mo, green cloth, 50 cents.
“Eöthen is a book with which every body, fond of elegant prose and racy description, should be well acquainted.”—U. S. Gazette.
“The best book of Eastern travels we know.”—London Eraminer.
The Crescent and the Cross,
Or, the Romance and Reality of Eastern Travel.
BY ELLIOT WARBURTON.
“This delightful work is, from first to last, a splendid Panorama of Eastern scenery, in the full blaze of its magnificence.”—London Morning News.
*A brilliant, poetic, and yet most instructive book.”—N. Y. Courier & Enquirer.
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Thravels in Peru.
“Braving the dangers of a land where throat-cutting is a popular pastime, and earthquakes and severs more or less yellow, and vermin more or less venomous are amongst the indigenous comforts of the aoil, a German, of high reputation as a naturalist and man of letters, has devoted four ears of a lise valuable to science to a residence and travels in the most interesting districts of outh America, the ancient empire of the Incas, the scene of the conquests and cruelties of Fran risco Pizarro.” 4
“I have no wife nor children, good or bad, to provide for. A mere spectator