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Missions to the Niger

Missions to the Niger

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Published by Published for the Hakluyt Society at the University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementdited by E. W. Bovill. Vol.IV, The Bornu mission, 1822-25. Part III.
SeriesWorks issued by the Hakluyt Society -- 130
ContributionsBovill, E. W., Hakluyt Society.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 599-798p. :
Number of Pages798
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18211559M

Missions to the Niger: Volume I: The Journal of Friedrich Horneman's Travels from Cairo to Murzuk in the Years ; The Letters of Major Alexander Gordon Laing, (Hakluyt Society, Second Series) Title: Explorations of the Niger River. (Book Reviews: Missions to the Niger. vol. 1, The Journal of Friedrich Hornemann's Travels from Cairo to Murzuk in the Years [and] The Letters of Major Alexander Gordon Laing, ) B.

Missions to the Niger. Cambridge: Published for the Hakluyt Society at the University Press. MLA Citation. Bovill, E. W. and Hornemann, Friedrich Konrad. and Laing, Alexander Gordon. Missions to the Niger / edited by E.W. Bovill Published for the Hakluyt Society at the University Press Cambridge Australian/Harvard Citation 2 days ago  For missions not listed in the UNOV Blue Book please refer to the following links. New York Blue Book. Geneva Blue Book. This online publication of the Blue Book includes permanent missions, observer missions and offices of countries and organizations which have accredited permanent representatives or permanent observers to the United Nations (Vienna).

Get this from a library! Missions to the Niger. Vol. 1, The Bornu mission , part 3. [E W Bovill; Hakluyt Society.;] Get this from a library! Missions to the Niger. Volume IV, The Bornu Mission, , Part 3. [E W Bovill; Hakluyt Society.;]


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Missions to the Niger. vol. 1, The Journal of Friedrich Hornemann's Travels from Cairo to Murzuk in the Years [and] The Letters of Major Alexander Gordon Laing, E. Bovill, Ed. Published for the Hakluyt Society by Cambridge University Press, New York, xiv + Missions to the Niger.

Cambridge [Eng.] Published for the Hakluyt Society at the University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Bovill, E.W. Missions to the Niger. Cambridge [Eng.] Published for the Hakluyt Society at the University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Alexander Gordon Laing; Friedrich Hornemann: Document Type: Book This is the first of several volumes on the exploration of the Niger following its discovery by Mingo Park.

It begins with the travels of Friedrich Hornemann and then leaps a quarter of a century to the great journey of Alexander Gordon Laing. The travels of Lyon, Oudney, Denham and Clapperton will be the subject of later volumes.

Book I consists of an edited text of Hornemann's journal of his Book Description. Volume I: With Laing's letters are included his 'Cursory remarks on the course and termination of the great river Niger', his 'Notes on Gadamis', his only surviving letter to his wife, and the newspaper report of his death.

First published: Missions to the Niger, Issue Missions to the Niger, E. Bovill Works issued by the Hakluyt Society ; 2nd ser., no. Works issued by the Hakluyt Society Issue ; Issues of Works. 2d series, Hakluyt Society: Author: E. Bovill: Editor: E.

Bovill: Publisher: Published for the Hakluyt Society at the University Press ?id=OMxiAAAAMAAJ. This is a four volume set on the exploration of the Niger following its discovery by Mingo Park. Book 1 begins with the travels of Friedrich from Cairo to Murzuk between and and then leaps a quarter of a century to the great journey of Alexander Gordon Laing on his mission to Timbucktu from until his death in Missions to the Niger.

Cambridge, England: Hakluyt Society, Hakluyt-Second Series. Original Cloth. 1:Hornemann's travels from Cairo to Murzuk /6, letters of Laing /6 pp. ill.

text maps & folding map. Bornu Mission part 1 pp. ill. text and folding maps. Bornu Mission part 2 / pp. illl. text MISSIONS TO THE NIGER Volume I: The Journal of Friedrich Hornemann's Travels from Cairo toe Murzuk in the Years and The Letters of Alexander Gordon Laing (Second Series No.

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Book Description This is the last of three volumes on the Bornu Mission () which form part of a series of volumes on the exploration of the Niger.

They consist of the edited text of the 'Narrative of Travels and Discoveries in Northern and Central Africa in the Yearsand ' by Major D. Denham, Captain H. Clapperton and Dr W   Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 monthsHere are four organizations working to help people in Niger.

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