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Hakluyt Society, London. 1984. Second Series Vol 162. 1984. Translated by Donald M. Lockhart from the Portuguese text and notes by C.F. Beckingham. Joronimo Lobo was the last survivor of the small band of Jesuit Fathers who tried with a measure of success to reconcile Ethiopia to the Church of Rome. As a novice he chose to serve in India, in transit he was involved in a naval fight against the Dutch and English off Mozambique. Dust jacket a little worn. Good condition. 417pp. 220 x 140 mm