Notes on Africa: particularly those parts which are situated between Cape Verd and The River Congo : containing sketches of the geographical situations, the manners and customs, the trade, commerce, and manufactures, and the government and policy of the various nations in this extensive tract : also a view of their capabilities for the reception of civilization, with hints for the melioration of the whole African population, Volume 1
Printed for Sherwood, Neely and Jones, Paternoster Row, 1819 - History - 460 pages
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