Horace Waller

The Last Journals of David Livingstone in Central Africa, from 1865 to his Death.

Continued by a narrative of his last moments and sufferings, obtained from his faithful servants Chuma and Susi, with portrait, maps and illustrations.

Published: John Murray, London, 1874

Edition: First edition

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2 volumes. First editions 1874.

Fine bindings by Zaehnsdorf.

Book-plate of David W, Phillipson.


Plates and text in lovely condition.

Contains the large fold-out map in rear pocket [vol 1].

Full-leather with gilt name and lineal design to cover.

Raised bands with gilt lineal display.

Contrasting morocco titles.

Volume I.

xvi, 360 pages.

Frontispiece portrait of Dr. Livingstone.

6 full-page plates + 18 in-text illustrations.

Spine and cover relaid.

Large map in rear pocket of a portion of Central Africa by Dr. Livingstone

from his own surveys, drawings and observations between

the years 1866 and 1873 [76 x 86.5 cm].

Volume II.

vii, [1], 346 pages.

Frontispiece + 13 full-page plates + 6 in-text illustrations.

A poignant account of the final days of one of the greatest explorers 

and humanitarians of his time.

Recorded shipping weight 3000g.

Shipped and insured by recorded delivery.

  • Binding Condition: Very good
  • Overall Condition: Very good
  • Size: 22 x 15 cm
  • Sold By: West Clare Rare Books
  • Contact Person: Tom Moloney
  • Country: Ireland
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  • Telephone: 0657087803
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