Book Description

First edition. 8vo. pp. viii, 372; coloured frontis., 12 plates, one folding map; near-fine in the original cloth, in original d.-w.
Dealer Notes
T. H. Huxley travelled as medical officer aboard the Rattlesnake on her voyage to Australia, in the years 1846-50. The diary records these travels, including meetings with aborigines on the east coast of Australia.
Author [Huxley, T. H.] Julian Huxley, ed.
Date 1935
Binding Original cloth in d.-w.
Publisher London: Chatto and Windus.
Condition See description
Pages viii, 372

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