Through the dark continent or the sources of the Nile around the Great Lakes of Equatorial Africa and down the Livingstone River to the Atlantic Ocean. (offered with) Livingstone lost and found, or Africa and its explorers. A complete account of the country and its inhabitants, their customs, manners, &c., of the prominent missionary stations, of the diamond and gold fields, and of explorations made; with a comprehensive biographical sketch of Dr. David Livingstone, his travels, adventures, experiences and disappearance, and a most interesting account of his discovery by the American expedition, in command of Henry M. Stanley.

New York; Hartford, Conn. Harper & Brothers; Mutual Publishing Company, 1878; 1873. Three volumes total. 8vo. xiv, 522; ix, 566 pp.; 782 pp., including index. I: FIRST AMERICAN EDITION; II: FIRST EDITION. I: With 34 full-page illustrations including frontispiece portrait in each volume, 115 text illustrations and 10 maps; both of the large folding maps in pockets at the rear of each volume are in tact but have tears where folded. Contemporary half-morocco and marbled boards, spines gilt in compartments, marbled edges, all tissue guards present; a truly wonderful copy, clean and complete; II: With 101 full-page and text illustrations and 4 maps, facsimiles of letters of Stanley and Livingstone. Contemporary half-morocco and marbled boards, author and title in gilt on spine, marbled edges; a fine copy. Item #18988

Price: $1,500.00