A near fine uncut copy in original boards. First edition pp. xxxii, 444. Presentation inscription from the author to the Lord Chancellor, Lord Eldon. Charles Maclean served in India from 1788 to 1798 when he was ordered to leave by Wellesley for making a public insinuation against a magistrate. He travelled in Spain, Turkey and the Levant studying the plague and opposed any form of quarantine as he believed it was not contagious.
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