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BookBalfour, Clara L. (1854)
A Sketch of Hannah Kilham
London: W. and F.G. Cash. 60p.

BookDarby, Eleanor (British) (1854)
The Sweet South; or, a Month at Algiers. With a Few Short Lyrics
London: Hope. 120p.

BookNightingale, Florence (British)(1820-1910) (1854)
Letters from Egypt
Published in 1987 as: 'Letters from Egypt: A Journey on the Nile, 1849-1850'. New York/London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson/Barrie and Jenkins. 223p. London: A. and G.A. Spottiswoode. 334p.

BookPhilip, Mrs. (American) (1853)
Letters from Algiers: Containing a Brief Sketch of the City and Its Neighborhoods; Religious Customs of Its Inhabitants, etc
Edinburgh: W. Oliphant. 60p.

BookTucker, Charlotte Maris Sarah (British)( -c.1859) (1853)
Abbeokuta; or, Sunrise within the Tropics: An Outline of the Origin and Progress of the Yoruba Mission
London; New York: James Nisbet; Carter. 278p.

BookPfeiffer, Ida Laura Reyer (Austrian)(1797-1858) (1852)
Visit to the Holy Land, Egypt and Italy
London: Ingram, Cooke. 336p.

BookPrus, Laure (1852)
A Residence in Algeria
By Madame Prus. London: Pickering. 332p.

BookMelena, Elpis (pseud.) (1850)
Leaves from a Lady's Diary of Her Travels in Barbary
Two Volumes. Possibly authored by: M.E. Von Schwartz. London: Henry Colburn. 285/281p.

BookMelville, Elizabeth Helen Callander (Scottish) (1849)
A Residence at Sierra Leone, Described from a Journal Kept on the Spot and from Letters Written to Friends at Home
London: J. Murray. 335p.

BookMartineau, Harriet (British)(1802-1876) (1848)
Eastern Life, Present and Past
Three Volumes. London; Philadelphia: Edward Moxon; Lea and Blanchard. 360/321/344p.

BookWard, Harriet (British)(1803-1865?) (1848)
Five Years in Kaffirland, with Sketches of the Late War in That Country to the Conclusion of Peace
Also published abridged as: 'The Cape and the Kaffirs: A Diary of Five Years Residence in Kaffirland'. London: Henry Colburn. 238p.

Periodical articleBarker, Mary Anne (Stewart) (British)(1831-1911) (1847)
First Days in Natal
Eclectic Magazine. Volume 86-87. (Later Became Lady Broome).

BookMontauban, Mrs. Eliot (British) (1846)
A Year and a Day in the East, or, Wanderings over Land and Sea
London: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans. 201p.

BookPoole, Sophia Lane (British)(1804-1891) (1846)
The Englishwoman in Egypt: Letters from Cairo Written during a Residence There, 1845-1846
London: C. Knight. 249p.

BookRomer, Isabella Frances (British)( -1852) (1846)
A Pilgrimage to the Temples and Tombs of Egypt, Nubia, and Palestine in 1845-46
Two Volumes. London: Richard Bentley. 375/390p.

BookGriffith, Lucinda Darby (British) (1845)
A Journey across the Desert, from Ceylon to Marseilles: Comprising Sketches of Aden, the Red Sea, Lower Egypt, Malta, Sicily, and Italy
Two Volumes. By Major and Mrs. George Darby Griffith. London: Henry Colburn.

BookHahn-Hahn, Ida (1845)
Letters of a German Countess Written during Her Travels in Turkey, Egypt, the Holy Land, Syria, Nubia, etc. in 1843-4
Three Volumes. London: Coburn.

BookPlumley, Matilda (British) (1845)
Days and Nights in the East: From the Original Notes of a Recent Traveller through Egypt, Arabia-Petra, Syria, Turkey and Greece
By Miss. Plumley. London: T.C. Newby. 187p.

BookStanhope, Hester Lucy (British)(1776-1839); Meryon, Charles L. (eds.) (1845)
Memoirs of the Lady Hester Stanhope, as Related by Herself in Conversations with Her Physician... Comprising Opinions and Anecdotes of Some of the Remarkable Persons of Her Time
Three Volumes. London: Henry Colburn. 394/384/361p.

BookMontefiore, Judith Cohen (British)(1784-1862) (1844)
Notes from a Private Journal of a Visit to Egypt and Palestine by Way of Italy and the Mediterranean
Second Trip. London: Joseph Rickerby. 410p.

BookPoole, Sophia Lane (British)(1804-1891) (1844)
The Englishwoman in Egypt: Letters from Cairo Written during a Residence There in 1842, 3, 4, with E.W. Lane
Two Volumes. London: C. Knight. 232/240p.

BookLondonderry, Frances Anne (Emily)(Vane-Tempest) (British)(1800-1865) (1843)
A Journal of a Three Months' Tour in Portugal, Spain, Africa, & c
London: J. Mitchell and Co. 94p.

BookTattam, Mrs. Henry (British); Platt, Miss (British) (1841-1842)
Journal of a Tour through Egypt, the Peninsula of Sinai, and the Holy Land in 1838, 1839
Two Volumes. London: R. Watts.

BookDamer, Mary Georgina L. Emma (Seymour) Dawson (British)( -1848) (1841)
Diary of a Tour in Greece, Turkey, Egypt, and the Holy Land
Two Volumes. By Mrs. G.L. Dawson Damer. London: Henry Colburn. 324/304p.

BookRoberts, Emma (British)(ca. 1794-1840) (1841)
Notes of an Overland Journey through France and Egypt to Bombay
London: William H. Allen. 333p.

BookBroughton, Elizabeth (British) (1839)
Six Years Residence in Algiers
London: Saunders and Otley. 452p.

BookHaight, Sarah Rogers (American)(1808-1891) (1839)
Letters from the Old World
Two Volumes. By A Lady of New-York. New York: Harper and Brothers.

BookWolff, Georgiana (British) (1839)
Journal of the Missionary Labours of Dr. and Lady Georgiana Wolff, Including Travels in Holland, Germany, Malta, Egypt, Jerusalem, and the Island of Cyprus, Abyssinia, America, etc

BookKilham, Hannah (British)(1774-1832); Biller, Sarah (eds.) (1837)
Memoir of the Late Hannah Kilham: Chiefly Compiled from Her Journal
Editor was Hannah Kilham's Daughter. London: Darton and Harvey. 506p.

BookMontefiore, Judith Cohen (British)(1784-1862) (1836)
Private Journal of a Visit to Egypt and Palestine by Way of Italy and the Mediterranean
London: Joseph Rickerby. 322p.

BookShaw, William (1836)
Memoirs of Mrs. Anne Hodgson; Compiled from Materials Furnished by Her Husband
London: Sold by J. Mason. 252p.

BookChurch, Mary (British) (1835)
Sierra Leone: or, the Liberated Africans, in a Series of Letters from a Young Lady to Her Sister in 1832 and 1834
Authored anonymously. London: Longmans. 49p.

BookLee, Sarah (Wallis) Bowdich (British)(1791-1856) (1835)
Stories from Strange Lands; and Fragments from the Notes of a Traveller
By Mrs. R. Lee. London: E. Moxon. 366p.

BookKilham, Hannah (British)(1774-1832) (1832)
Present State of the Colony of Sierra Leone: Being Extracts of Recent Letters from Hannah Kilham
Lindfield, Great Britain: C. Green. 26p.

BookTuttle, Sarah (American) (1832)
The African Traveller, or Prospective Missions in Central Africa
Boston: Massachusetts Sabbath School Society. 150p.

BookBartram, Lady Alfred (British) (1830)
Recollections of Seven Years' Residence at the Mauritius, or Isle of France by a Lady
'By a Lady'. London: J. Cawthorn. 208p.

BookElwood, Anne Katharine (Curteis) (British)( -1873) (1830)
Narrative of a Journey Overland from England, by the Continent of Europe, Egypt, and the Red Sea, to India; Including a Residence There, and Voyage Home, in the Years 1825, 26, 27, and 28
Two Volumes. London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley. 429/400p.

BookLushington, Sarah (Gascoyne) (British)( -1839) (1829)
Narrative of a Journey from Calcutta to Europe, by Way of Egypt, in the Years 1827 and 1828
London: John Murray. 280p.

BookKilham, Hannah (British)(1774-1832) (1828)
Report on a Recent Visit to the Colony of Sierra Leone
London: William Phillips. 24p.

BookDard, Charlotte-Adelaide (Adele) Picard (French) (1827)
History of the Sufferings and Misfortunes of the Picard Family, after the Shipwreck of the Medusa on the Western Coast of Africa, in the Year 1816
#11. Edinburgh: Constable's Miscellany. p. 13-197.

BookMenu von Minutoli, Wolfradine (Prussian) (1827)
Recollections of Egypt: By the Baroness von Minutoli; with a Portrait of Mahomet Ali Pacha
London: Printed for Treuttel and Wurtz, Treuttel, Jun. and Richter. 279p.

BookPringle, M.A. (Scottish) (1826)
Route to India, by Egypt and the Red Sea
Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood; T. Cadell. 243p.

BookLee, Sarah (Wallis) Bowdich (British)(1791-1856) (1825)
Excursions in Madeira and Porto-Santo during Autumn of 1823
London: G.B. Whittaker. 278p.

BookPhilip, John (1824)
Memoir of Mrs. Matilda Smith, Late of Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope
London: F. Westley. 189p.

BookGraham, Maria (1823)
Journal of a Voyage to Brazil, and Residence There during ...1821-1823
London: Longman, Hurst.

BookDemont, Louise (1821)
Journal of the Visit of Her Majesty the Queen, to Tunis, Greece, and Palestine
Caroline Amelia Elizabeth, Queen, Consort of George IV, King of Great Britain, 1768-1821. London: Printed for T. and J. Allman. 84p.

BookBarnard, Sophia (British) (1820?)
Travels in Algiers, Spain, & c, & c., with a Faithful and Interesting Account of the Algerines...
London: Goyder. 140p.

BookBradley, Eliza (British)(1783- ) (1820)
An Authentic Narrative of the Shipwreck and Sufferings of Mrs. Eliza Bradley, Wife of Captain James Bradley of Liverpool, Commander of the Ship Sally, Which Was Shipwrecked on the Coast of Barbary in June 1818 [etc]
Boston, MA: J. Wald. 108p.

BookHamilton, Ann Barlow (British) (1818)
Extracts from the Journal of a Female Missionary on Her Journies in South Africa, to and from Latakkoo
London: W. Kent. 35p.

BookTully, Miss (British) (1816)
Narrative of a Ten Years' Residence at Tripoli: From the Original Correspondence in the Family of the Late Richard Tully, Esq., the British Consul. Comprising Authentic Memoirs and Anecdotes of the Reigning Bashaw, His Family, and Other Persons of Distinction; Also, an Account of the Domestic Manners of the Moors, Arabs, and the Turks
London: Henry Colburn. 376p.

BookGraham, Maria (1812)
Journal of a Residence in India
Edinburgh: George Ramsey for Archibald Constable. 211p.

BookMartin, Maria (American)(1779- ) (1809)
An Historical Account of the Kingdom of Algiers: Including a Description of the Country, Manners and Customs of the Natives, Their Treatment of Their Slaves, Their Laws, Religion, etc. To Which is Annexed a History of the Captivity and Sufferings of Mrs. Maria Martin, Who Was Six Years a Slave in Algiers, Two of Which She Was Confined in a Dark and Dismal Dungeon, Loaded with Irons, by the Command of an Inhuman Turkish Officer
Philadelphia: Joseph Rakestraw. 107p.

BookVelmet, Mary (Italian)(1774- ) (1804)
An Affecting History of the Captivity and Sufferings of Mrs. Mary Velnet, an Italian Lady, Who Was Seven Years a Slave in Tripoli, Three of Which She Was Confined in a Dungeon, Loaded with Irons, and Four Times Put to the Most Cruel Tortures Ever Invented by Man
Boston: William Crary. 96p.

BookKilham, Alexander (1797)
A Short Account of the Life and Death of Mrs. Sarah Kilham. To Which is Added, Three Sermons Preached on the Day She Was Interred
Leeds, Great Britain. 84p.

BookParker, Mary Ann (British)(ca. 1760- ) (1795)
A Voyage Round the World, in the Gordon Man of War: Captain John Parker
London: John Nichols. 149p.

BookFalconbridge, Anna Marie (British)(1769-1816?) (1794)
Two Voyages to Sierra Leone during the Years 1791-2-3: in a Series of Letters Narrative of Two Voyages to the River Sierra Leone during the Years 1791-1793
London: Printed for the author. 297p.

BookKindersley, Jemima (British)(1741-1809) (1777)
Letters from the Island of Teneriffe, Brazil, the Cape of Good Hope, and the East Indies, 1772-1774
London: J. Nourse. 301p.

BookMontagu, Mary Wortley (British)(1689-1762) (1763)
Letters of the Right Honourable Lady Mary Wortley Montagu: Written, during Her Travels in Europe, Asia and Africa, to Persons of Distinction, Men of Letters, & c. in Different Parts of Europe
Three volumes in one. London: Becket and P.A. Hondt. 466p.

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