The History of Sumatra
The island of Sumatra, which, in point of situation and extent, holds a conspicuous rank on the terraqueous globe, and is surpassed by few in the bountiful indulgences of nature, has in all ages been unaccountably neglected by writers insomuch that it is at this day less known, as to the interior parts more especially, than the remotest island of modern discovery; although it has been constantly resorted to by Europeans for some centuries, and the English have had a regular establishment there for the last hundred years.
- Paperback | 210 pages
- 215.9 x 279.4 x 12.19mm | 616.88g
- 01 Jun 2015
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- Illustrations, black and white