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Published by printed for W. Faden; J. Robson; and R. Sewell in London .
Written in English


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Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 6062, no. 01).

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 6062, no. 01.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[4],vii,[1],v-xx,114p.,plates.
Number of Pages114
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16928439M

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BOOKS FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE EARLS OF HADDINGTON, LOTS CAPPER, JAMES. Observations on the passage to India, through Egypt The third edition. London: W. Faden, 8vo ( x mm.), three folding engraved maps, folding engraved plate, errata leaf at end, contemporary tree calf. Observations on the passage to India through Egypt also by Vienna through Constantinople to Aleppo and from thence by Bagdad, and directly across the great desert to Bassora: with occasional remarks on the adjacent countries, an account of the different stages, and sketches of the of the several routes / by: Capper, James, Observations on the Passage to India through Egypt, First edition. Capper was educated at Harrow and joined the army of the East India Company "in His Majesty's Train of Artillery in the East Indies, First as a soldier cadet and later as an officer. He was then for a while a free merchant in Bengal before becoming in a captain in the Madras army and in senior writer for the. Observations on the passage to India through Egypt, and across the great desert: with occasional remarks on the adjacent countries, and also sketches of the different routes / by: Capper, James, Published: ().

London: W. Faden, First edition. Hardcover. XX pages x cm. 2 folding engraved maps of Egypt and Syria/Iraq. This work by Capper is in two parts; one describing the route from India by way of the Red Sea, Suez and Egypt, the other from England by way of Aleppo and Mesopotamia and down through the Persian Gulf to Muscat. Observations on the Passage to India through Egypt, and across the Great Desert; with Occasional Remarks on the adjacent Countries, and also Sketches of the different Routes. CAPPER, James. Verlag: London: for W. Faden, J. Robson, and R. Sewell, , Get this from a library! Observations on the passage to India, through Egypt: and across the Great Desert ; with occasional remarks on the adjacent countries By James Capper . [James Capper]. Observations on the passage to India through Egypt: also by Vienna through Constantinople to Aleppo and from thence by Bagdad, and directly across the great desert to Bassora: with occasional remarks on the adjacent countries, an account of the different stages, and sketches of .

  Observations On The Passage To India, Through Egypt: Also By Vienna Through Constantinople To Aleppo, And From Thence By Bagdad, And Directly Across The Great Desert, To Bassora () (English, Hardcover, James Capper). Observations on the Passage to India through Egypt, and Across the Great Desert. London: W. Faden, 4to ( x mm). xx, pp. 2 folding engraved maps of Egypt and Syria/Iraq. Untrimmed in modern cloth-backed boards. Binding lightly rubbed. Observations on the passage to India [Ressource électronique]: through Egypt, and across the great desert: with occasional remarks on the adjacent countries, and also sketches of the different routes / . This work, which was chiefly based on Colonel James Capper's ‘Observations on the Passage to India’ (), advocated an overland route for letters through Egypt. 2. ‘Observations on the Mode proposed by the New Arrangement for the Distribution of the Off-reckoning Fund of the several Presidencies in India,’ , 4to. 3.