Travels in Various Countries of the East, More Particularly Persia: A Work Wherein the Author Has Described, as Far as His Own Observations Extended, the State of Those Countries in 1810, 1811, and 1812; and Has Endeavoured to Illustrate Many Subjects of Antiquarian Research, History, Geography, Philology and Miscellaneous Literature, with Extracts from Rare and Valuable Oriental Manuscripts, Volume 3
Rodwell and Martin, 1823 - 600 pages
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