Hamilton: A New Account of the East Indies …

Alexander Hamilton:   A new account of the East Indies, being the observations and remarks of Capt. Alexander Hamilton, who spent his time there from the year 1688. to 1723. Trading and travelling, by sea and land, to most of the countries and islands of commerce and navigation, between the Cape of Good-Hope, and the Island of Japon. …  (Edinburgh : printed by John Mosman One of His Majesty’s Printers, and sold at the King’s printing-house in Craig’s Closs, MDCCXXVII. [1727])

  • Digitized:
    • vol. 1: Google Books (Original from Universidad Complutense Madrid, digitized 13 January 2009)
    • vol. 2: Google Books (Original from Universidad Complutense Madrid, digitized 13 January 2009)
  • Bibliographic references: BS 2092,  ESTC Citation No. T85365

Alexander Hamilton: A New Account of the East Indies: Giving an Exact and Copious Description of the Situation, Product, Manufactures, Laws, Customs, Religion, Trade, &c. of all the Countries and Islands, which lie between the Cape of Good Hope, and the Iland of Japon. Interspersed with An entertaining Relation not only of the principal Events, which happened during the Author’s Thirty Years Residence in those Parts; but also of the most remarkable Occurrences and Revolutions in those vast Dominions, for this Century Past. Comprehending also Many curious and interesting Particulars relating to our Commerce with thouse Countries, and the Affairs of the East India Company. Illustrated with Maps and sculptures. (London: Printed for C. Hitch and A. Millar 1744)

  • Digitized:
    • vol. 1:
      > HATHI Trust (original from New York Public Library)
      > Internet Archive (Book from the collections of New York Public Library,  digitizing sponsor: Google)
      > Google Books (Original from New York Public Library, digitized 15 December 2005)
    • vol. 2:
      > HATHI Trust (original from New York Public Library)
  • Bibliographic references: ESTC Citation No. T85366, BS 2092 f.

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