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Creator:
Kinloch, C. W. (Charles Walter), -1893, author.
Title:
De zieke reiziger, or, Rambles in Java and the straits : in 1852 / by a Bengal civilian ; with illustrations.
Alternate Title(s):
Zieke reiziger
Rambles in Java and the straits
Published/Created:
London : Simpkin, Marshal and Co., Stationers' Hall Court ; Teignmouth : George Henry Croydon, Royal Library ; Calcutta : Thacker, Spink and Co. ; Bombay : Thacker and Co., MDCCCLIII [1853]
Teignmouth : Printed by E. and G.H. Croydon, Royal Library
Physical Description:
xii, 139, [1] pages, [2̃5] leaves of plates : illustraions, map ; 25 cm
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DS646.2 K5 1853
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
Classification:
Books
Notes:
Originally attributed to William Edwards, the author of several works on India published under the pseudonymof "A Bengal civilian." Latter attributed to C.W. Kinloch by Halkett & Laing and Abbey.
Lithographs by William Spreat.
"Published at £1. 1s. in cloth."--Abbey.
Printer's statement on the verso of the title page and at the foot of page 139: "Printed by E. and G.H. Croydon, Royal Library, Teignmouth."--page [ii], 139.
"Tinted lithographs (two tints)."--Abbey
The last page is blank.
Abbey, J.R. Travel in aquatint and lithography, 1770-1860, 556
BAC: British Art Center copy is the Abbey copy. Plate numbers 5 and 7 hand-colored. Bound in half morocco, gilded edges.
Contents:
Plates: Map of the Island of Java -- [Lithograph title page] -- A sketch on the Penang Hill -- Singapore, from the east side of Government Hill -- A sketch from Cummings Bukit, Singapore -- A Javanese man of the poorer class; a Javanese woman, a lady's maid -- Dutch church at Batavia -- A Javanese coachman -- The Salok Mountain, from the Buitenzorg Hotel -- Javanese Mosque, at Bandong -- The tea plant -- The coffee plant -- Soemadang Hotel, from the bridge -- A woman of Cheribon -- Cheribon, as seen from the Steamer Koningen -- Passengrang at Bomiagoe -- A village near Kubooman -- Head of the figure on the right side of the sketch of Boro Bodor Temple; figure near Boro Bodor -- Interior of the Temple of Tjandie -- The entrance to Boro Bodor Temple -- Tjandie, Dapor, near Boro Bodor -- The nutmeg just before it drops -- Singapore, from the west side of Government Hill -- A sketch on the Penang Hill -- Penang, from Richmond Hill.
Subject Terms:
Indonesia -- Description and travel.
Java (Indonesia) -- Description and travel.
Perak (Malaysia) -- Description and travel.
Singapore -- Description and travel.
Sunda Strait (Indonesia) -- Description and travel.
Form/Genre:
Lithographs -- 1853.
Maps.
Contributors:
Spreat, William, 1816- lithographer.
Simpkin, Marshall and Co. publisher.
Thacker, Spink & Co. publisher.
Thacker and Co. publisher.
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