Burton traveled to the Kingdom of Dahome in order to establish trade relationships, to protest the kingdom's involvement in the slave trade, and to investigate charges that King Gelele participated in ritual human sacrifice.
Tinsley Bros Ltd., London. 1864 First Edition. Vol. 1 xvii, 386 & Vol. 2 412 pp with appendices.
Rebound in quarter leather and contemporary green covers with raised bands and gilt lettering to spines including Salisbury Public Library. Corners are a little bumped with fraying at the edges of the spines. The marbled end papers have a library book paste down which has been somewhat removed from vol. 1. Some very light foxing at front and read with name on title page on both volumes. There is a small tear in pp 59 of the first volume.
- Binding Condition: Very Good
- Overall Condition: Good
- Sold By: Africana Books
- Contact Person: Stefan Blank
- Country: South Africa
- Email: [email protected]
- Telephone: 021 4475741
- Preferred Payment Methods: Direct deposit/EFT to our account, or Visa, Master & Amex cards - but an extra 5% will be debited for card chgs.. Paypal also welcome, but 7% charge will be levied, as there are PP &repatriation fees to be paid.
- Trade Associations: Member of SABDA