The Former Philippines Thru Foreign Eyes by Comyn, Jagor, Virchow, and Wilkes

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Author Comyn, Tomás de
Author Jagor, Fedor, 1816-1900
Author Virchow, Rudolf, 1821-1902
Author Wilkes, Charles, 1798-1877
Editor Craig, Austin, 1872-1949
Title The Former Philippines Thru Foreign Eyes
Contents Feodor Jagor's Travels in the Philippines (the out-of-print 1875 English translation corrected from the original German text) -- The state of the Philippines in 1810, by Tomas de Comyn (William Walton's 1821 translation modernized) -- Manila and Sulu in 1842, by Com. Chas. Wilkes (Narrative of U.S. exploring expedition 1838-42, v. 5) -- Manila in 1819, by Lieut. John White (from the "History of a voyage to the China Sea") -- The peopling of the Philippines, by Doctor Rudolf Virchow (O. T. Mason's translation; Smithsonian institution 1899 report) -- People and prospects of the Philippines, by an English merchant, 1778, and a consul, 1878 (from Blackwood's and the Cornhill magazine) -- Filipino merchants of the early 1890s, by F. Karuth.
Credits Produced by Jeroen Hellingman and the Online Distributed
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Language English
LoC Class DS: History: General and Eastern Hemisphere: Asia
Subject Philippines
Category Text
EBook-No. 10770
Release Date
Most Recently Updated Dec 28, 2022
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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