Bombay in the Days of Queen Anne. Being an Account of the Settlement written by John Burnell. With an Introduction and Notes by Samuel Sheppard. To which is added Burnell's Narrative of His Adventures in Bengal. With an Introduction by Sir William Foster, Notes by Sir Evan Cotton and L.M. Anstey. John Burnell, William Foster Samuel Sheppard, Evan Cotton.

Bombay in the Days of Queen Anne. Being an Account of the Settlement written by John Burnell. With an Introduction and Notes by Samuel Sheppard. To which is added Burnell's Narrative of His Adventures in Bengal. With an Introduction by Sir William Foster, Notes by Sir Evan Cotton and L.M. Anstey.

London: Printed for The Hakluyt Society, 1933. Hardcover. xxx, 192p., illustrated with modern monochrome maps and a city plat. Hardbound in the signature Hakluyt design, medium-blue cloth boards titled gilt and ruled blind. A generally sound unmarked copy with a single drawback, pervasive foxing to entire textdblock, exposed especially to top- and fore-edges. Find a pencilled ownership to ffep which we have chosen not to erase (easily done, but what if the dude's well-known?). Shall we say, all told, a "good copy", yet "as is". Second series no. LXXII.

Cat.No: 280290

Price: $30.00