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Book Description
8vo. pp. [iv], iv, 119; 2 hand-coloured litho. front., one extending panorama; spotting to panorama which also has repairs to folds, else very good in recent crushed half morocco, gilt.
Dealer Notes
Barry (1802-1855) made the twenty-first ascent of Mont Blanc, and he his original account of the undertaking was published privately. Barry published this second edition of his work in the form of two lectures delivered at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary in March 1836. He includes additional material relating to the effects of high altitude on bodily function.
Author Barry, Martin.
Date 1836
Binding Hardback
Publisher Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons; London: T. Cadell
Condition Very good.

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