The journal of Frederick Horneman's travels: from Cairo to Mourzouk, the capital of the kingdom of Fezzan, in Africa. In the years 1797-8
W. Bulmer and Company Cleveland-Row, St. James's; : For G. and W. Nicol, booksellees [sic] to His Majesty, Pall-Mall., 1802 - Berber languages - 196 pages
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