Extracts from the Letters of James Backhouse in Ten Parts

$458.50

2 Volumes, 5 parts in Volume 1, 5 parts in Volume 2, Hardback, 3/4 leather, marbled paper over boards.

Condition – leather rubbed, frayed, chipped, marble paper lifting, rubbed, chipped, previous owner’s name and date to FEP on both volumes

1 in stock

Description

First Part – Extracts From the Letters of James Backhouse, Now Engaged in a Religious Visit to Van Dieman’s Land, And New South Wales. Accompanied by George Washington Walker, First Part, 94 pages, Third Edition, London, Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, MDCCCXXXVIII (1838)

Second Part – Extracts From the Letters of James Backhouse, Now Engaged in a Religious Visit to Van Dieman’s Land, And New South Wales. Accompanied by George Washington Walker, Second Part, 78 pages, Second Edition, London, Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, MDCCCXXXVIII (1838)

Third Part – Extracts From the Letters of James Backhouse, Now Engaged in a Religious Visit to Van Dieman’s Land, And New South Wales. Accompanied by George Washington Walker, Third Part, 85 pages, London, Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch Street, MDCCCXXXVIII (1838)

Fourth Part – Extracts From the Letters of James Backhouse, Now Engaged in a Religious Visit to Van Dieman’s Land, And New South Wales. Accompanied by George Washington Walker, Fourth Part, 80 pages, London, Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, MDCCCXXXVIII (1838),

Fifth Part – Extracts From the Letters of James Backhouse, Now Engaged in a Religious Visit In Australia. Accompanied by George Washington Walker, Fifth Part, 58 pages, London, Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, MDCCCXXXIX (1839)

Sixth Part – Extracts From the Letters of James Backhouse, Now Engaged in a Religious Visit on the Island of the Mauritus, Accompanied by George Washington Walker, Sixth Part, 83 pages, London, Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, MDCCCXXXIX (1839)

Seventh Part Extracts From the Letters of James Backhouse, Now Engaged in a Religious Visit To South Africa. Accompanied by George Washington Walker, Seventh Part, 91 pages, London, Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, MDCCCXXXX (1840)

Eighth Part Extracts From the Letters of James Backhouse, Now Engaged in a Religious Visit To South Africa. Accompanied by George Washington Walker, Part VIII., 94 pages, London, Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, MDCCCXXXX (1840)

Ninth Part – Extracts From the Letters of James Backhouse, Now Engaged in a Religious Visit To South Africa. Accompanied by George Washington Walker, Part IX. , 99 pages, London, Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, MDCCCXXXXI (1841)

Tenth Part – Extracts From the Letters of James Backhouse, Now Engaged in a Religious Visit To South Africa. Accompanied by George Washington Walker, Part X, 100 pages, London, Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, MDCCCXXXXI (1841)