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COLOMBO, Felipe [1623-1684].
El Iob De La Ley De Gracia, Retrado En La Admirable Vida Del Siervo De Diós, Venerable Padre Fray Pedro Urraca.
[Madrid]: En La Imprinta Real, 1674..
8vo. ff. [10], 139 [ie. 137], [1]. text in double columns. lacking frontis. portrait. later marbled calf (closely cropped with some running titles, catchwords, foliation or signature marks shaved, short split in upper front joint, small wormhole in blank portion of title (with old repair) & in second leaf, tear in P1 repaired - no loss, some light dampstaining to leaves of first quarter). the Sir Thomas Phillipps copy, with press-mark & inscribed 'MHC'. First Edition of this biography of Pedro Urraca [1583-1672] who spent most of his life in Peru, largely at Quito. The author was chonicler and historiographer of the Mercedarian Order. Only one copy of the work is cited in NUC: JCB. European Americana 674/41. JCB III p. 270. Goldsmith, BM STC Spanish, C617. Medina, BHA, 1562. Palau 57029. Not in Sabin.
$1409 USD                          Book Number: SLOICOLO41                         Order / Enquire



COUDREAU, Henri [Anatole] [1859-1899].
Chez Nos Indiens Quatre Années Dans La Guyane Française (1887-1891).
Paris: Hachette Et Cie., 1893..
large 8vo. pp. 4 p.l., iii, 614, [1 leaf]. 98 text illus. (18 full-page, incl. frontis. portrait). lacking the folding map. contemporary half morocco, top edge gilt, others untrimmed (rubbed, corners worn, small rubberstamp on title partly erased). First Edition.
$250 USD                          Book Number: SUDezCOU6                         Order / Enquire



DOMVILLE-FIFE, Charles W[illiam] [b. 1886].
Among Wild Tribes Of The Amazons An Account Of Exploration & Adventure On The Mightly Amazon & Its Confluents, With Descriptions Of The Savage Head-Hunting & Anthropophagous Tribes Inhabiting Their Banks.
Philadelphia: J.B.Lippincott Company, 1925..
8vo. pp. 2 p.l., 11-282. folding map & 5 full-page sketch maps in the text. 16 plates (incl. frontis.) & 1 full-page text illus. original cloth, gilt vignette on upper cover (cloth slightly discoloured, corners frayed). First American Edition, Second Printing.
$150 USD                          Book Number: elala3291                         Order / Enquire



EDGCUMBE, Sir E[dward] R[obert] Pearce [b. 1851].
Zephyrus A Holiday In Brazil And On The River Plate.
London: Chatto & Windus, 1887..
8vo. pp. 4 p.l., 242. with half-title. frontis. map. numerous text illus. (incl. title vignette) after drawings by the author. contemporary half chagrin , gilt back (extremities worn, neat gilt institutional crest on upper cover & lower spine, light foxing to outer leaves). First Edition. "The author visited Rio, Santos, and São Paulo. His impressions are very picturesque and accurate." (Borba de Moraes) Borba de Moraes I p. 284.
$308 USD                          Book Number: SGCphEDG1                         Order / Enquire



ENOCK, C[harles] Reginald [1868-1970].
The Andes And The Amazon Life And Travel In Peru.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1907..
8vo. pp. xvi, 379. folding colour map, frontis. portrait & 60 other illus. on 57 plates (4 colour). original gilt-stamped cloth (recased, several library blindstamps, rubberstamp on title, label on rear paste-down, some discolouration to spine & lower front joint, occasional light foxing). First American Edition.
$125 USD                          Book Number: elala3458                         Order / Enquire



EYZAGUIRRE, [José Ignacio Victor].
Histoire Ecclésiastique, Politique, Et Littéraire Du Chili. Traduite Par L.Poillon.
Lille: L.Lefort, 1855..
3 Volumes. 8vo. pp. viii, [9]-504; viii, [9]-383; 334. with half-titles. contemporary tree sheep (worn, institutional rubberstamps on titles, small labels on spines, several joints cracked). Second Edition of the French Translation. Sabin 23573.
$350 USD                          Book Number: SZAstEYZ17                         Order / Enquire



FERNÁNDEZ, Juan Patricio [1661-1733].
Historica Relatio, De Apostolicis Missionibus Patrum Societatis Jesu Apud Chiquitos, Paraquariae Populos.
Augsburg: Mathias Wolff, 1733..
small 4to. pp. 20 p.l., 276, [16]index, [2]errata. title in red & black. woodcut ornaments & initials. 19th century quarter roan (several rubberstamps on title, some foxing, minor worming to pp. 203-226 affecting some words). First Edition of the Latin Translation (first: Madrid, 1726). An important account of Jesuit missionary activity in the Parana and Plate River area of South America, and one of the most authentic works dealing with the life of the Chiquito Indians. Fernández laboured for many years as a missionary in the region. Included here are details on the founding and progress of the mission, the geography of the province of Chiquitos, the manners and customs of the natives, the invasion and depredations by the Mamelucos, the removal of the settlement and notable events in the lives of some of the leading missionaries. According to European Americana Fernandez was only a contributor to the text, which was actually written by Domenico Vandiera of Siena. The work "is of great importance for the history of Sao Paulo, as it deals with the incursion of the "Bandeirantes" into the missions of Paraguay. Southey used it for his History of Brazil." (Borba de Moraes) Bell F53. Borba de Moraes p. 305. De Backer-Sommervogel III 653-54. Howgego A114. Leclerc 1893. Medina, BHA, 2887. Palau 87984. Sabin 24137. cfJCB 374 (1st Edn.). European Americana 733/267 [vide VANDIERA, Domenico, of Siena].
$2563 USD                          Book Number: SRNstFER42                         Order / Enquire



FRANCK, Harry A[lverson] [1881-1962].
Vagabonding Down The Andes Being The Narrative Of A Journey, Chiefly Afoot, From Panama To Buenos Aires.
New York: The Century Co., 1923..
8vo. pp. xxi, 612. folding colour map & 96 plates (3 folding). library buckram (ex-lib., repairs to map folds).
$85 USD                          Book Number: elala3463                         Order / Enquire



GILLISS, J[ames] M[elville] [1811-1865].
The U.S. Naval Astronomical Expedition To The Southern Hemisphere, During The Years 1849-'50-'51-'52.Volume I. Chile.[33rd Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 121].
Washington: A.O.P.Nicholson, Printer, 1855..
4to. pp. xiii, [1 leaf], 556. 7 maps & plans (incl. folding 3-sheet map of Chile), 1 chromolithograph, & 5 tinted lithographs (incl. large folding panorama of Santiago from Santa Lucia, with some hand-colouring). several text diagrams. contemporary half calf (worn, covers almost detached, panorama torn along 1 fold with very slight loss, some foxing to plate margins). Volume I only of a work that was never completed: only Volumes I, II, III & VI were ever published, the last two volumes of astronomical, magnetical, and meteorological observations being quite scarce. The present volume contains information on Chile's geography, climate, earthquakes, government, social condition, mineral and agricultural resources, and commerce and an account of the expedition's travels in the country. The expedition failed in its primary objective to determine the solar parallax as very little was done to conduct simultaneous observations of Venus and Mars in the northern hemisphere, but it did result in the establishment of a permanent observatory in Santiago.
$200 USD                          Book Number: elala2076                         Order / Enquire



GUINNARD, A[uguste].
Three Years' Slavery Among The Patagonians: An Account Of His Captivity.From The Third French Edition.
London: Richard Bentley And Son, 1871..
8vo. pp. x, 375. lithographed frontis. map. title in red & black. contemporary half morocco (rubbed, several library stamps, bookplate & name on lower spine, title cut down & tipped in & with small hole in blank portion). First Edition of the English Translation by Charles S.Cheltnam.
$175 USD                          Book Number: elala3573                         Order / Enquire



HADFIELD, William [1806-1887].
Brazil And The River Plate In 1868.Showing The Progress Of Those Countries Since His Former Visit In 1853.
London: Bates, Hendy And Co., 1869..
8vo. pp. 271 + [11]ads. 4 wood-engraved plates (incl. frontis.). tipped-in errata slip. largely unopened in original blind & gilt-stamped cloth (front cover bit soiled, spine ends slightly frayed, light browning to contents leaf & verso of frontis. & title). First Edition. The author was the first secretary to the Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway and secretary to the South American General Steam Navigation Company. In 1847 he went bankrupt and returned to England, where he founded and edited (1863-87) the South American Journal and Brazil and River Plate Mail. The present work forms a sequel to his Brazil And The River Plate, And The Falkland Islands., published in 1854. Sabin 29487.
$577 USD                          Book Number: SDFazHAD38                         Order / Enquire



HALL, Basil [1788-1844].
Extracts From A Journal, Written On The Coasts Of Chili, Peru, And Mexico, In The Years 1820, 1821, 1822.
Edinburgh: Printed For Archibald Constable And Co., 1824..
2 Volumes. 8vo. pp. xviii, 372; xi, 288, 65 (appendix). with half-titles. folding engraved map (frontis.). contemporary half calf (rubbed, front joint of Vol. I starting to crack). Second Edition. Hall's account of his 1820-22 travels provides information on the history, politics, social life, and culture of Chile, Peru and Mexico, with remarks on bullfights, earthquakes, revolutions, mining, trade, the colonial system of Spain &c. Included are descriptions of his visits to Valparaiso, Santiago, Callao, Lima, Payta, Guayaquil, Acapluo, Tepic and San Blas. Sabin 29178. cfNational Maritime Museum I 336. cfHill p. 134.
$513 USD                          Book Number: SLLtrHAL31                         Order / Enquire



HARCOURT, Robert [1574-1631].
A Relation Of A Voyage To Guiana.1613 With Purchas's Transcript of a Report made at Harcourt's instance on the Marrawini District Edited with Introduction & Notes by Sir C.Alexander Harris.
London: Printed For The Hakluyt Society [Second Series: No. 60], 1928..
8vo. pp. xii, 191, [1]. with half-title. 3 folding maps. largely unopened in original blind & gilt-stamped cloth. dw. (dw. little chipped at edges). Cox II 256. Howgego H23. National Maritime Museum I 299.
$179 USD                          Book Number: SRCReHAR20                         Order / Enquire



HARLOW, V[incent] T[odd] [1898-1961] (Editor).
Ralegh's Last Voyage Being an account drawn out of contemporary letters and relations, both Spanish and English, of which the most part are now for the first time made public, concerning the voyage of Sir Walter Ralegh, knight, to Guiana in the year 1617
London: Argonaut Press, 1932..
4to. pp. 4 p.l., 379, [2 leaves incl. final blank]. with half-title. frontis. portrait. folding map & folding plan. title vignette. Uncut & largely unopened in original quarter vellum (vellum spotted, else fine). Limited to 775 numbered copies on Japon vellum. Hill p. 137. Howgego R7. Maritime Museum I 303.
$256 USD                          Book Number: LRLleHAR40                         Order / Enquire



HEAD, F[rancis] B[ond] [1793-1875].
Rough Notes Taken During Some Rapid Journeys Across The Pampas And Among The Andes.
London: John Murray, 1826..
8vo. pp. xii, 309, [1]. modern half calf over contemporary marbled bds. (some light foxing). First Edition. An account of Head's inspection tour of the gold and silver mines in San Luís, Uspallatta, El Bronce De Petorca, San Pedro Nolasco and Caren, and his travels across the Pampas and the Great Cordillera. The work also includes important information on the life of the Gauchos, the Pampas Indians, and the atrocities of the Salteadores. Sabin 31134. Goldsmiths' 24790.
$400 USD                          Book Number: SADugHEA18                         Order / Enquire


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