Narrative of an Exploring Voyage Up the Rivers Kwóra and Bínue: (commonly Known as the Niger and Tsádda) in 1854. With a Map and Appendices. Pub. with the Sanction of Her Majesty's Government. By William Balfour Baikie

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J. Murray, 1856 - Africa, West - 456 pages
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