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An account of travels into the interior of southern Africa, in the years 1797 and 1798: including cursory observations on the geology and geography of the southern part of that continent; the natural history of such objects as occurred in the animal, vegetable, and mineral kingdoms; and sketches of the physical and moral characters of the various tribes of inhabitants surrounding the settlement of the Cape of Good Hope. To which is annexed, a description of the present state, population, and produce of that extensive colony; with a map constructed entirely from actual observations made in the course of the travels.

London: T. Cadell, Jun. and W. Davies, 1801.
An account of travels into the interior of southern Africa, in the years 1797 and 1798: including cursory observations on the geology and geography of the southern part of that continent; the natural history of such objects as occurred in the animal, vegetable, and mineral kingdoms; and sketches of the physical and moral characters of the various tribes of inhabitants surrounding the settlement of the Cape of Good Hope. To which is annexed, a description of the present state, population, and produce of that extensive colony; with a map constructed entirely from actual observations made in the course of the travels. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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William Wilson5/27/18015/29/1801Travels in Africa
George Turnbull5/30/18016/9/1801Travels in Africa
Thomas Gardner6/18/18016/18/1801Travels in Africa
Samuel Delaplaine6/30/18017/10/1801Travels in Africa
Rebecca Laight7/11/18017/15/1801Travels in Africa
John Dodgson7/21/18018/3/1801Travels in Africa
Francis Cooper8/3/18018/8/1801Travels in Africa
Nicholas Van Antwerp8/8/180112/10/18018/Travels in Africa
Bernard Hart12/11/180112/19/1801Travels in Africa
James Roosevelt12/21/18011/7/1802Travels in Africa
William Ustick1/12/18021/16/1802Travels in Africa
Cornelius Brinckerhoff1/16/18021/25/1802Travels in Africa
Charles Startin1/30/18022/8/1802Travels in Africa
Walter Burling2/13/18022/20/1802Travels Africa
William Bowne2/20/18022/23/1802Travels Africa
Simeon Deming2/25/18023/6/1802Travels Africa
Patrick Houstoun4/8/18024/17/1802Travels in Africa 
John Abrams4/22/18024/26/1802Travels in Africa
James Bruen5/3/18025/18/1802Travels in Africa
Ebenezer Irving6/2/18026/9/1802Travels Africa
Frederick Garner6/19/18027/10/1802Travels Africa
Augustus Bailey7/16/18028/4/1802Travels in Africa
George Warren Chapman9/14/18029/16/1802Travels in Africa
Richard Loines9/30/180210/2/1802Travels in Africa
Gulian Ludlow12/17/18021/7/1803Barrows Travels
George Lorillard12/23/18021/11/1803Travels in Africa
Walter Mitchell2/2/18032/8/1803Barrows Travels
Charlotte White2/25/18033/7/1803Barrows Travels
Edward William Laight3/2/18033/10/1803Barrow Travels
Thomas Barrow3/22/18034/5/1803Barrows Travels
Rebecca Laight4/5/18034/11/1803Barrows Travels
John Le Conte4/11/18034/16/1803Barrows Travels
Charlotte White4/18/18034/18/1803Barrows Travels
John Lylburn4/19/18034/26/1803Barrows Travels 
Augustus Van Horne4/29/18035/31/18032/Barrows Travels
Charles Wilkes6/1/18037/5/1803Barrows Travels
John Wood7/6/18037/11/1803Barrows Travels
John Woods7/11/18037/30/1803Barrows Travels
John Woods7/30/18038/11/1803"
Henry Remsen, Jr.12/3/180312/12/1803Barrows Travels
Samuel Smith Bowne12/15/180312/28/1803Barrows Travels
Daniel D. Tompkins1/10/18041/12/1804Barrows Travels
Daniel D. Tompkins1/10/18041/12/1804Barrows Travels
George Warren Chapman1/12/18041/16/1804Barrows Travels
William Walton1/20/18041/24/1804Barrows Travels
Walter Bowne2/13/18042/15/1804Barrows Travels
George Knox2/16/18042/23/1804Barrows Travels
William Neilson6/11/18046/20/1804Barrows Travels
Henrietta Marie Colden8/18/18048/24/1804Barrows Travels
Matthew Clarkson1/25/18054/2/1805Barrow's Travels
Robert Troup4/2/18054/19/1805Barrows Africa
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