A voyage to the eastern part of Terra Firma, or the Spanish Main, in South-America, during the years 1801, 1802, 1803, and 1804 : containing a description of the territory under the jurisdiction of the Captain-General of Caraccas, composed of the provinces of Venezuela, Maracaibo, Varinas, Spanish Guiana, Cumana, and the island of Margaretta, and embracing every thing relative to the discovery, conquest, topography, legislation, commerce, finance, inhabitants and productions of the provinces, together with a view of the manners and customs of the Spaniards, and the savage as well as civilized Indians

Voyage à la partie orientale de la terre-ferme, dans l'Amérique meridional. English
Pons, F. J. de (François Joseph), 1751-1812

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  • Partially translated by Washington Irving. cf. Biblioteca Americana / Sabin; Introduction translated by Sam. L. Mitchill.
  • Map "Dressée par J.B. Poiron Ingenieur Geographe en 1805"; "Engd. by P. Maverick, New York. Water by B. Tanner."
  • Vols. 2-3 also available on the Internet.
  • Translation of: Voyage à la partie orientale de la terre firme.
  • Map is in the original French, with engraved title: "Carte de la capitainerie générale de Caracas l'Amérique Méridionale fait en 1801, 1802, 1803 et 1804."
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