These are travels of a general nature and include two letters on Scotland, among other places. Thomson, the translator of Suetonius, claimed to be the editor of this work, but he was really its author, in the sense that the letters are his own work. A physician, Thomson also wrote several medical works.
Letters Of A Traveller, In The Various Countries Of Europe, Asia, And Africa: Containing Sketches Of Their Present State, Government, Religion, Manners, And Customs; With Some Original Pieces Of Poetry. London, Printed For James Wallis, No. 46, And P. Wynne And R. Scholey, No. 45, Pater-Noster-Row. 1798.