Explorations in South-West Africa. Being an Account of a Journey in the years 1861 and 1862 from Walvisch Bay, on the Western Coast, to Lake Ngami and the Victoria Falls
London, Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts and Green, 1864.
Octavo, xiv, 457, 390-535 pages with 26 illustrations plus a chromolithographic frontispiece, 8 full-page engravings and 3 folding maps (with applied colour to the routes and main bodies of water). Numbers 390-457 inclusive are used twice in the pagination (appearing the second time within square brackets); however, no text is duplicated or missing, and the total number of pages of text is in fact 703.
Contemporary full polished tree calf (a prize binding, with the gilt stamp of the Adelaide Educational Institution on the front cover); light wear to the extremities and spine, with trifling loss to the headcap; minimal restoration to a hinge of one map; an excellent copy.
The author was 'formerly attached to the North Australian Expedition, and subsequently to that of Dr Livingston on the Zambesi'.