Hardcover, 8vo., cherry red leather quarter binding with marble sides, fine condition, frontis, black & white illus., 164pp. Limited to 950 copies. This is voyage around the world in 1790, 1791 and 1792 under the direction of Captain Edwards. N° de réf. du libraire
Titre : A Voyage Round The World In His Majesty's ...
Éditeur : Sydney, Hordern House, 1998.
Description du livre 1998. (Potts Point), Hordern House, (1998). Facsimile of the 1793 edition. Quarter leather & marbled boards, frontispiece, illust., pp. 37, 164. Fine. ISBN 1 875567 22 4. AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM, AUSTRALIAN MARITIME SERIES Number Four. One of 950 copies. N° de réf. du libraire 81851
Description du livre Hordern House, 1998. Hardback. État : Near Fine. ~TITLE CONTINUES: reissued with a foreward by Alex Allan, British High Commissioner and an essay by Peter Gesner, Curator of Maritime Archaeology, Queensland Museum. ~Limited to 950 copies. This is one of 900 copies hand bound in quarter cherry Scottish calf with marbled papered sides designed by Margo Snape. Spine very slightly faded. Black gilt leather spine label, unfaded, bright and fresh. Size: 38, 164pp. No dustwrapper. Binding tight, text unmarked. N° de réf. du libraire FF4674
Description du livre Hordern House, Potts Point, NSW, Australia, 1998. Quarter Leather/Marbled Boards. État : Very Good. Limited Edition of 950 Copies. Light wear to boards. Internally clean. Binding tight. 161pp Size: 145mm x 225mm. N° de réf. du libraire 009624
Description du livre 1998. (Potts Point), Hordern House, (1998). Facsimile of the 1793 edition. Quarter leather & marbled boards, frontispiece, illust., pp. 37, 164. Fine. ISBN 1 875567 22 4. AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM, AUSTRALIAN MARITIME SERIES Number Four. One of 950 copies. N° de réf. du libraire 103694
Description du livre Hordern House, Sydney, 1998. Quarter Calf. État : Fine. Etat de la jaquette : Near Fine. First Thus. "A Voyage Round/the World in His Majesty's / Frigate Pandora/by/George Hamilton/First Printed in 1793,/reissued with a foreword by/Alex Allan,/British High Commissioner/and an essay by/Peter Gesner,/Curator of Maritime Archaeology,/Queensland Museum/[motive: HH Hordern/House]". Australian Maritime Series Number Four. Original quarter cherry calf, marbled paper sides, original glassine dust jacket. Bottom corners slightly "bumped", some very light sidelining in pencil, else a fine copy of this limited edition. Scans available on request. Please note we only ship by airmail for orders out of UK. Offered by Winchester Antiquarian Books: selling books from a real bookshop since 1990; Our reputation is your guarantee! Size: 8x5. N° de réf. du libraire 002226
Description du livre Sydney Hordern House 1998, 1998. État : fine. 164 pp. A hand bound hard cover volume in quarter cherry Scottish calf with marbled papered side. A modern reprint limited to 950 copies, octavo, black and white illustrations in text. Fiirst published in 1793, reissued with a forward by Alex Allan, British High Commissioner and an essay by Peter Gessner, Curator of maritime Archeology, Queensland Museum. Fourth volume in the Australian maritime Series. A fine copy. fine George Hamilton was the ship's surgeon in H.M.S Pandora sent to search and recover the Bounty's mutineers which was wrecked on the Great Barrier Reef on its return to Britain. N° de réf. du libraire 129600
Description du livre Horgern House, Australia, 1998. Quarter Leather. État : As New. Limited. 1/950. Reprinted from the 1793 original for the Australian National Maritime Museum. Marbled paper sides to quarter cherry Scittish calf. Hamilton was ship's surgeon in Pandora sent to track down the Bligh mutineers; he was an astute observer and this reads delightfully. Try ' They are much less addicted to thieving than when Capt. Cook visited them; and when things were stolen, by applying to the magistrate of the district, the goods were immediatly returned; for, like every other well regulated police, the thief and justice were of one gang' . Reminds me of HK before the formation of the ICAC!. N° de réf. du libraire 049798