Account of the first English expedition that penetrated some 460 miles up the West African river. The idea was to gain access to the interior gold trade but with little success. However this is the first detailed description of the people and customs of any part of black Africa by an Englishman. Hakluyt Society Series III, no. 2.
Hakluyt Society, London, 1999. Hardback with dust jacket. 341 pages. SECONDHAND