A Visit to Iceland by way of Tronyem, in the ‘’Flower of Yarrow’’ Yacht
in the Summer of 1834.

London: 1835. xxiv, 320 pp. 8vo.

Forlagsbind med titteletikett på rygg. / Publishers full cloth with title label to spine.

Lite papirtap i ryggtitteletikett. Tittelblad noe plettet. Plansjer noe plettet i marger. For øvrig et fast bind med i all hovedsak plettfri materie. / Small paper loss to title label. Title foxed and plates somewhat foxed in margins. Else a tight copy with mostly clean text pages.

Eiler Schiötz, «Utlendingers reiser i Norge»: Nr. 60a*.

Schiötz nevner at det skal være medbundet et kart. Dette har antikvariatet ikke sett i
omsatte eksemplarer. Schiötz’ eget eksemplar hadde heller ikke dette. / Schiötz mentions a map. We have not seen this in any copies, neither did Schiötz have it in his copy.

Pp. 13-80, Travel in Norway:
Trondhjem – Røros og Rien (besøk hos samene) – Trondhjem – Christiansund.

LAKSEFISKE / SALMON FISHING: At Rogstad I had the pleasure to become acquainted with Captain Greene, of the Royal Navy. […] I found him standing with his rod in his hand at the river-side, and noticed four or five good-sized salmon lying on the bank. […]. *Since my return I have seen captain Greene, who informs me that, in thirty-two days’ fishing, he caught ninety-four fine salmon.

PRIS: 800,-


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