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Context of Journey from India, : towards England, in the year 1797; by a route commonly called over-land, through countries not much frequented, And Many Of Them Hitherto Unknown To Europeans, Particularly Between The Rivers Euphrates And Tigris, Through Curdistan, Diarbek, Armenia, And Natolia, In Asia; And Through Romalia, Bulgaria, Wallachia, Transylvania, &c. In Europe. Illustrated by a map and other engravings. By John Jackson, Esq
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