THE NARRATIVE OF ROBERT ADAMS, A SAILOR WHO WAS WRECKED ON THE WESTERN COAST OF AFRICA, IN THE YEAR 1810, WAS DETAINED THREE YEARS IN SLAVERY BY THE ARABS OF THE GREAT DESERT, AND RESIDED SEVERAL MONTHS IN THE CITY OF TOMBUCTOO. Robert Adams.
THE NARRATIVE OF ROBERT ADAMS, A SAILOR WHO WAS WRECKED ON THE WESTERN COAST OF AFRICA, IN THE YEAR 1810, WAS DETAINED THREE YEARS IN SLAVERY BY THE ARABS OF THE GREAT DESERT, AND RESIDED SEVERAL MONTHS IN THE CITY OF TOMBUCTOO
THE NARRATIVE OF ROBERT ADAMS, A SAILOR WHO WAS WRECKED ON THE WESTERN COAST OF AFRICA, IN THE YEAR 1810, WAS DETAINED THREE YEARS IN SLAVERY BY THE ARABS OF THE GREAT DESERT, AND RESIDED SEVERAL MONTHS IN THE CITY OF TOMBUCTOO
THE NARRATIVE OF ROBERT ADAMS, A SAILOR WHO WAS WRECKED ON THE WESTERN COAST OF AFRICA, IN THE YEAR 1810, WAS DETAINED THREE YEARS IN SLAVERY BY THE ARABS OF THE GREAT DESERT, AND RESIDED SEVERAL MONTHS IN THE CITY OF TOMBUCTOO
THE NARRATIVE OF ROBERT ADAMS, A SAILOR WHO WAS WRECKED ON THE WESTERN COAST OF AFRICA, IN THE YEAR 1810, WAS DETAINED THREE YEARS IN SLAVERY BY THE ARABS OF THE GREAT DESERT, AND RESIDED SEVERAL MONTHS IN THE CITY OF TOMBUCTOO

THE NARRATIVE OF ROBERT ADAMS, A SAILOR WHO WAS WRECKED ON THE WESTERN COAST OF AFRICA, IN THE YEAR 1810, WAS DETAINED THREE YEARS IN SLAVERY BY THE ARABS OF THE GREAT DESERT, AND RESIDED SEVERAL MONTHS IN THE CITY OF TOMBUCTOO

London: John Murray, 1816. First Edition. Quarto, xxxix, [1], 231 pages; VG; three quarters bound in calf, paper covered boards, paneled spine with black label and gilt titling; some mild wear and rubbing, cracking to spine; bookplate to front pastedown of Thomas Munro; wide margins; folding map; shelved case 9.

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NOTES

One of the first accounts to describe Timbuktu, although initially thought to be a hoax.;

Thomas Munro served as an East India Company Army officer and statesman, in addition to also being the governor of Madras Presidency.;

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