Voyage From England to India, In The Year MDCCLIV ...

Description

Ives was surgeon on the Kent under the command of Vice-Admiral Charles Watson, to whose son the work is dedicated. Following Watson’s death in 1757, Ives travelled home overland from Bassora [i.e. Basra] through Baghdad, Mosul and Aleppo, and then via Cyprus to Livorno and Venice. Ives produced a diary of his travels.

Book Details
Book ID
B.1074
Title

A Voyage From England to India, In The Year MDCCLIV. And An Historical Narrative Of The Operations of the Squadron and Army in India, under the Command of Vice-Admiral Watson and Colonel Clive, in the Years 1755, 1756, 1757; including a Correspondence between the Admiral and the Nabob Serajah Dowlah. Interspersed With Some interesting Passages relating to the Manners, Customs, &c. of several Nations in Indostan. Also, A Journey From Persia To England, By An Unusual Route. With An Appendix, ... Illustrated with a Chart, Maps, and other Copper-Plates. By Edward Ives, Esq; Formerly Surgeon of Admiral Watson’s Ship, and of his Majesty’s Hospital in the East Indies. London: Printed for Edward and Charles Dilly. MDCCLXXIII.

Short Title
Voyage From England to India, In The Year MDCCLIV ...
Format
4to
Edition
1st edition
Place of publication
London
Publishing responsibility
Edward and Charles Dilly
Year
1773