LETTERS FROM ABROAD IN THE YEARS 1828 AND 1829

By: Topliff, Samuel

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Dark blue boards with gilt lettering and top edge gilt. Samuel Topliff was a merchant from Boston who sent letters back home. Travels go through England, France, Italy, Ireland, Germany - with the mention of "Manheim" and Darmstadt. He describes the trip from Geneva to Milan over the Simplonpass, which was made by Napoleon, according to the author. Topliff also draws a vivid picture of Paris and its nice street cafes - it seems he has seen many parts of Western Europe. Including large fold out map of Europe. ; Topliff's Travels; B&W Illustrations; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 246 pages

Title: LETTERS FROM ABROAD IN THE YEARS 1828 AND 1829

Author Name: Topliff, Samuel

Categories: Europe,

Publisher: Boston, Boston Athenaeum: 1906

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good+

Order Number: 19543