1811: Fine presentation copy

Jackson, James Grey An Account of the Empire of Marocco, and the districts of Suse and Tafilelt; compiled from miscellaneous observations made during a long residence in, and various journies through, these countries. To which is added an account of Shipwrecks on the Western Coast of Africa, and an interesting Account of Timbuctoo, the great emporium of Central Africa. London Printed for the author by W. Bulmer & Co. 1811
Second edition, corrected, newly arranged, and considerably enlarged. Illustrated with improved maps and new engravings. 4to, pp.[4], xvi, 328, portrait frontis, 12 plates, 6 folding, 1 partially coloured, 2 coloured folding maps. With 4 pages of printed reviews bound in. A very good copy bound in later half morocco, cloth boards. With letter from the author to John Silvester bound in.

Jackson, in his letter, begs to present this second edition as, "the first edition being imperfect or not sufficiently accurate to be referred to on matters of importance". Sir John Silvester was Recorder of London from 1803 to 1822. In 1806 it was Jackson, British Consul at Mogador, who reported that Mungo Park had reached Timbuktu.