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London: Faber and Faber, 1969.. First edition. SBN 571 08935 6. 8v, 220 pp, portrait frontispiece, 8 pp b&w plates, double-page map of Burnes's travels in India, Afghanistan, Central Asia and Persia, map of Afghanistan, appendix, glossary, bibliograpy, index. Original blue cloth, . title label at spine, in dustwrapper. Very Good/Very Good. In the series Great Travellers. 'By the age of 36 Alexander Burnes, traveller, soldier, diplomat, and writer, was murdered in Kabul, he had navigated the course of the river Indus; journeyed. to Bokhara; been admitted into the confidences of two great oriental princes; and had been raised to the knighthood by his Sovereign, and promoted to the brevet rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in the Honourable East India Company's service.'.