Partial bibliography of occidental literature on korea

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15. PURCHAS, Samuel. Hakluytus Posthumus, or Purchas His Pilgrimes, contayning a History of the World, in Sea Voyages and Lande Travells, by Englishmen and Others… Samuel Purchas. 5 vols., Folio; illus., maps.

L. 1625-6

(This work was originally published in 3 vols, in 1613, with a second end, in 1614 and a third, enlarged edn. in 1617, entitled: Purchas, His Pilgrimage or Relations of the World. The above, however, is the best known edition, of which a modern version in 20 vols, was I published by Jas MacLehose & Sons. Glasgow, in 1905-7.)

Korea: Relation of Master Richard Cockes... Corea Bogges and Sailing Waggons, etc. A General Collection and Historicall Representation of the Jesuites entrance into Japon and China... Corai; Preparations for Invasion of Corai; Corai invaded. (Ref ; III 553-4; XII 260, 263-4, 308 in edn. of 1905-7.)

16. THEVENOT, Melchisedech. Relations de divers voyages curieux, qui n’ont point este publiees; ou qui [page 13]

ont este traduites d’Hacluyt, de Purchas, & d’autres Voyageurs Anglois, Hollandois, Portugais, Allemands, Espagnols; et de quelques persans, arabes, et autres Auteurs Orientaux 4 vols., illus., maps. P.1663-72

Korea: Pt. III Vol. III 211-14; La Peninsule Corea ou de Chaosien(1666). Later edn. of this Part published in 1696.

17. HARRIS, John. Navigantium atque Itinerantium Bibliotheca. Or, a Complete Collection of Voyages and Travels. Consisting of Above Six Hundred of the most Authentic Writers, Hackluit, Purchass, Herrera, Oviedo, the Voyages of the East-India company, etc. 2 vols., folio; illus, maps. L. 1705

(Later edns. in 1744-8 and 1764)

Korea: II 1000-1015 (1748 edn.): A curious and concise description of the Country, History of the Inhabitants, and Account of the present State of the Kingdom of Corea; together with some Hints of the Ease with which Commerce might be established in its Ports, the Benefits that might be expected from thence, the great Likelihood of Gaining an Entrance from thence into Japan, or at least an Intercourse with the Japanese; and many other entertaining and instructive Particulars relative to this Subject, and the trade that is or might be carried on in the Dominions of the Emperor of China. Collected chiefly from Memoirs hitherto unpublished, and compared with all the printed Histories and Travels, in which any Mention is made of this Country, its Commerce or Inhabitants.

II App. 37-(1705); An Account of the Shipwreck of a Dutch Vessel up on the Coast of the Isle of Quelpaert; with a Description of the Kingdom of Corea in the East Indies. Also of the tedious Captivity of Thirty Six Men, who got ashore upon that Isle; and of the Escape of Eight of them to Japan; and thence to Holland: First published in that Country by the Clerk of the Ship, who was one of them that escaped since. Translated and abridged.

18. DU HALDE, Jean Baptiste. Description geographique, historique, chronologigue, politique, et physique de I’Empire de la Chine et de la Tartarie chinoise, enrichie des cartes generales et particulieres de ccs Pays, de la Carte generale & des Cartes particulieres du Thibet, & de la Coree; & ornee d’un grand nombre de Figures & de Vignettes gravees en Taille-douce. Pare J.B. Du Halde, de la Compagnie de Jesus. 4 vols., illus., maps. P. 1735

(New edn.. La Haye, 1736) [page 14]

Korea: IV 529-37, 538-60; Observations geographiques sur le Royaume de Coree, tirees des Memoires du Pere Regis; Histoire Abregee de la Coree.

19. The General History of China: Containing a Geo-graphical, Historical, Chronological, Political and Physical Description of the Empire of China, Chinese-Tartary, Corea and Thibet; including an Exact and Particular Account of their Customs, Manners, Ceremonies, Religion, Arts and Sciences: The Whole adorn’d with Curious Maps, and Variety of Copper-Plates: Done from the French of P. Du Halde. 4 vols. pp. 509, 438, 496, 464, illus., maps.

L. 1736

(Eng. edn. of No. 18)

Korea: IV 381-93, 394-428, Geographical Observations on the Kingdom of Corea: taken from the Memoirs of Pere Regis; An Abridgement of the History of Corea.*

20. A Description of the Empire of China and Chinese- Tartary, together with the Kingdoms of Korea and Tibet; containing the Geography and History (Natural as well as Civil) …of those Countries. Enriched with General and Particular Maps and adorned with a Great Number of Cuts. From the French of P. J.B. Du Halde, Jesuit. With Notes Geographical, Historical, and Critical, and Other Improvements, particularly in the Maps, by the Translator. 2 vols., folio, pp. xi, xii, 678; 388; illus., maps. L. 1738

(Revised edn. of No. 19).

Korea: I 158; Korea given to Ki-tsu by the first Emperor of the Chou Dynasty; II 246, Prospect of Korea; II: 376-82, Geographical Observations on the Kingdom of Korea, Extracted from the Memoirs of P. Regis, with an Abridgment of the the Korean History. With Map copied from one in the Palace of the King of Korea, in 1710, by a Chinese Envoy.

21.Ausfuhrliche Beschreibung des chinesischen Reichs und der grossen Tartarcy. Aus dem Franzos. ubersetzt. Nebst E. Kampfer’s Beschreibung des Japonischen Re- iches, und einem Register liber alle vier Thcile. (German version of No. 18). Rostock. 1747-9

* drived from Chinese sources. [page 15]

22.ASTLEY, Thomas. A New General Collection of Voyages and Travels: consisting of the most Esteemed Relations, which have been hitherto published in any Language: Comprehending every Thing remarkable in its Kind, in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America... 4 vols., illus., maps. L. 1745-7

(Compiled by John Green, but known as the Astley Collection).

Korea: IV Bk XI: A Description of Korea, Eastern Tartary and Tibet: Ch. 1 319-29 : Geographical Observations, and History of Korea, by Jean-Baptiste Regis, Jesuit; Ch. 2 329-47, Travels of some Dutchmen in Korea, with an Account of the Country and their Shipwreck on the Island of Quelpaert, by Henry Hamel: Translated from the French.

23.Histoire Generale des Voyages, ou nouvelle collection de toutes les relations de voyages par mer et par terre qui ont ete publiecs jusqu’a present dans les differentes langues de toutes les nations connues... Antoine Francois Prevost. 80 vols. P. 1746-89

(Vols I-X form French edn. of Astley),

Korea: VI 517-34; VIII 412-29; As under Astley.

24.Allgemeine Historie der Reisen zu Wasser und Lande; oder Sammlung aller Reisebeschreibungen welche bis itzo in verschiedenen Sprachen von allen Volkern herausge- gebenen worden.… (Schwabe) 21 vols. Lz. 1747-74

(Vols. I.VI form German edn. of Astley).

Korea: VI Bk. XVI 1-2: 555-608: as under Astley. Trans. from the Fr. edn.(1750).

25. MARSY, Francois Marie Abbe de. Histoire moderne des Chinois; des Japponois, des Indiens, des Persans, des Turcs, des Russiens, &c. Pour servir de suite a l’Histoire ancienne de M. Rollin. 2 vols. P. 1755

(Later edn in, 1758-78)

Korea: I 453-94

26. Neuere Geschichte der Chineser, Japaner...aus dem

Franzosischen. B. 1755-6

(German edn. of No. 25).

27. ROUSSELOT DE SURGY, Jeacques Philibert. [page16]

Melanges interessans et curieux ou Abrege d’Histoire naturelle, morale, civile et politique de l’Asie, l’Afrique, l’Amerique et des Terres polaires par M.R.D.S. 10 vols. P. 1763-5

(Later edns. in 4 vols, in 1764-5, & in 12 vols, in 1764-7).

Korea: VI 61-94

28. The Modern Part of an Universal History, from the Earliest Accounts to the Present Time. Compiled from Original Authors. L. 1779-84

Korea: VII Ch. XXIX Sec, 9, 323-41; Containing the Description and History of the Tributary Kingdom of Korea (by John Campbell?) -1781.

Note:- Vol. VII is Vol. XXV of the Complete work. There must have been an earlier edition, since the undermentioned appears to be the French version which was published in 1763.

29. Histoire Universelle, depuis le commencement du monde jusqu’a present Traduit de l’Anglois d’une societe de gens de lettres. Tome vingtieme. Contenant la Description et l’Histoire de l’Empire de la Chine. L’Histoire & la Description du Royaume Tributaire de la Coree. La Description & l’Histoire du Japon. La Description du Pays de Jedso & des Iles qui en dependent. L’Histoirc du Commerce & des Etablissmens des Europeens dans les Indes Orientales. Enrichie des cartes necessaires. pp. 595,maps. A. & Lz. 1763

(Later edn. in 1783)

30. LAPORTE Abbe de. (pseudonym for Gustav v. Bergmann). Voyageur francois, ou la connoissance de l’ancien et du nouveau monde, Mis au jour par M. l’Abbe Delaporte. 6 vols. p. 1767

Korea: VI

31. Reisen eines Franzosen, oder Beschreibung der vornehmsten Reiche in der Welt, nach ihrer ehemaligen und itzigen Beschaffenheit; in Briefen an ein Frauenzi- [page17]

mmer abgefasset und herausgegeben vom Hrn.. Abte Delaporte. (German edn. of No. 30). Lz. 1770

32. El viagero universal, e noticia del mundo antiguo y nuevo. Obra compuesta en frances por Mr. De Laporte, y traducida al castellano, corregido el original, e ilustrado con notas por D.P.E.P. Madrid. 1796

(Spanish edn of No. 30).
[page 18]

Francesco Carletti was a Florentine who visited Japan in 1597-8. Although he did not actually set foot in Korea, his record is of special interest because .he saw a number of Korean slaves who had been brought back by Hideyoshi’s invading armies and purchased five of them for a small amount of money. On leaving Japan, he took the Koreans with him and set them free in Goa. However, one of them, named Antonio Corea, accompanied Carletti back to Italy, which they finally reached in 1606, At the time Carletti’s discourse was written, Antonio Corea was living in Rome; but nothing further is known about the life of this Korean in Renaissance Italy.

33. Ragionamenti di Francesco Carletti, Florentine sopra le cose da lui vedute ne’ suoi Viaggi si dell’ Indie Occidentali e Orientali come d’altri Paese. pp. lxxxxviii,

165, 395. Florence. 1701

Korea : pt. II 36-40, etc.

34. The Carletti Discourse: A Con temporary Italian Account of a Visit to Japan in 1597-98. Translated by Bishop Trollope. Introductory Notes by Prof. A.J. Sington.

TASJ. Second Ser. IX 1-35 1932

(K: 2-3, 16-18)
Hendrick Hamel was supercargo on the Dutch ship “Sperwer” (Sparrowhawk), which sailed from Texel Island in January, 1653. The “Sperwer” was bound for Nagasaki, but after visiting Batavia and Formosa, was wrecked in a storm off Quelpart Island. Thirty-six of the crew reached the shore alive and were made prisoners by the Koreans, who used as interpreter a certain John Wetterre, seized many years earlier, in 1627, while he and two companions were ashore drawing water for the Dutch ship “Ouderkress.”

A long period of captivity followed, at first in Seoul and later in the provinces. Finally, after several unsuccessful attempts, eight of the Hollanders, including Hamel, escaped in a fishing-boat and reached the Goto Islands, whence they were able to make their way to Deshima, the Dutch trading-post. Return to Holland was effected by way of Batavia in 1668.

Hamel’s narrative, published in the same year, is a straightforward account of his experien- ces, and its popularity may be gauged by its inclusion in so many of the collections of voyages and travels which appeared in later years.

35. JOURNAEL, VAN DE ONGELUCKIGE VOYAGIE VAN’T JACHT DE SPERWER VAN BATAVIA GE- [page19] DESTINEERT NA TAYOWAN IN’T JAAR 1653. EN VAN DAAR OP JAPAN ; hoe’t selve Jacht door storm op’t Quel-paarts Eylant is ghestrant cnde van 64. personen maar 36. behouden aan’t voornoemde Eylant by de Wilden zijn gelant: Hoe de selve Maats door de Wilden daar van daan naar’t Coninckrijck Coeree sijn vervoert by haar ghenaamt Tyocen-koeck; Alwaar zy 13. Jaar en 28. daghen in slavernije onder de Wilden hebben ges worven zijndc in die tijt tot op 16. na aldaar gestorven waar van 8. persoonen in’t Jaar 1666 met een kleen Vaartuych zijn ontkonien latende daar noch acht Maats sitten ende zijn in’t Jaar 1668. in’t Vaderlandt gear- riveert. Als mede een pertinente Beschrijvinge der Landen Provintien Steden ende Forten leggende in’t Coninghrijck Coeree: Hare Rechten Justitien Ordonnantien ende Koninglijcke Regeeringe: Alles beschreven door de Boeckhouder van’t voornoemde Jacht de Sperwer Ghenaamt Hendrick Hamel van Gorcum. pp. 20, 12; 7 figs.

Rotterdam. 1668

36. JOURNAEL VAN DE ONGELUCKIGE REYSE VANT JACHT DE SPERWER, VARENDE VAN BATAVIA NA TYOWAN EN FERMOSA, INT JAER 1653. EN VAN DAER NA JAPAN, daer Schipper op was Reynier Eerbertsz. van Amsterdam. Beschrijvende hoe het Jacht door storm en onweer vergaen is, veele Menschen verdroncken en gevangen sijn: Mitsgadcrs wat haer in 16. Jaren tijdt wedervaren is, en eyndelijck hoe noch eenighe van haer in’t Vaderlandt zijn aen gekomen Anno 1668 in de Maendt July. pp. 40, 6 text-figs.

(Reprint, with minor alterations and additions). A. 1668

37. T’OPRECHTE JOURNAEL VAN DE ONGELUCKIGE REYSE VAN’T JACHT DE SPERWER, VARENDE VAN BATAVIA NA TYOWAN EN FERMOSA, IN’T JAER 1653. EN VAN DAER NA JAPAN, daer Schipper op was Reynier Egbertsz. van Amsterdam. Beschrijvende hoe het Jacht door storm en onweer op Quelpaerts Eylant vergaen is, op hebbende 64. Man, daer van 36. aen Lant zijn geraeckt, en gevangen genomen van den Gouverneur van’t Eylant, [page20]

die haer als Slaven na den Coninck van Coree dede voeren, alwaer sy 13. Jaren en 28. dagen hebben in Slaverny moeten blijven, waren in die tijdt tot op 16. nae gestorven: Daer van acht persoonen in’t Jaer 1666. met een kleyn Vaertuygh zijn’t ontkomen, achterlatende noch acht van haer Maets: En hoe sy in’t Vaderlandt zijn aengekomen Anno 1668. in de Maent July. pp. 40, 6 text-figs. A. 1668

(Similar to preceding edn., with very minor alterations).

Note : For an exact bibliographical description of the above three editions, together with a fourth reprint, aJmost identical with the last mentioned, reference should be made to Cordier : Bibliotheca Sinica (cols. 2941-2), or Bibliotheca Japonica (cols. 402-4).


DE COREE. Traduite du Flamand, Par Monsieur Minutoli. pp. 165. P. 1670

(Later edns in 1695 & 1728).

39. Wahrhaftigc Beschreibungen, dreyer machtigen Konigreiche Japan, Siam und Corea. Benebenst noch vielen andern im Vorbericht vermeldten Sachen......... Christoph Arnold. pp. 1148. Nlirnberg. 1672

Ref: Ch. XIV 811—900, Journal, oder Tagregister darinnen alles dasjenige was sich mit einem Hollandischen Schifft, das von Batavien aus, nach Tayowan, und von dannen ferner nach Japan, reisfertig durch Sturm, im 1653. Jahre gestrandet, und mit dem Volk darauf, so in das Konigreich Corea, gebracht worden nach und nach begeben, ordentlich beschrieben und erzehlet wird: von heinrich Hamel von Gorkum damaligem Buchhalter auf demjenigen Schiff Sperber genant. Aus dem Niederlandischen verteutschet.

40. Contes des Ambassadeurs memorables de ia Cam- pagne des Indes Orientales. Jacob de Meurs, 1680

41. CHURCHILL, John. A Collection of Voyages and Travels, some now first printed from Original Manuscripts, others now first published in English: In Six Volumes: with a General Preface giving an Account of the Progress of Navigation, from its first beginning. 4 vols., illus., maps. (Compiled by Awnsham and John Churchill).

L. 1704

(Later edns. in 1732 and 1745). [page 21]

Ref : IV 719-42 (in edn. of 1745) : An Account of the Shipwreck of a Dutch Vessel on the Coast of the Isle of Quelpaert, together with a Description of the kingdom of Corea: translated out of French.

HARRIS, John. Refer to No. 17.

42. BERNARD, Jean Frederic. Recueil des Voiages au Nord, contenant divers memoires tres utiles au Commerce et a la Navigation. Jean Frederic Bernard. 6 vols. (Another edn. in 10 vols). A. 1715

(Revised end. in 1731-8).

Ref: IV 306-47 (in edn. of 1732) Description de la Coree traduit du hollandais. (Minutoli’s translation. No. 38)

ASTLEY, Thomas. Refer to Nos. 22-4

43. PINKERTON, John. A General Collection of the Best and most Interesting Voyages and Travels in all parts of the World; many of which are now first translated into English. 17 vols. L. 1808-14

Ref: VII 517-40 (1811), Travels of some Dutchmen in Korea; with an Account of the Country, and their Shipwreck on the Island of Quelpaert, by Henry Hamel: Translated from the French.

44. Varietes Orientales: Historiques, Geographiques, Scientifiques, Bibliographiques et Litteraires. Leon de Rosny. pp. viii, 360 (3rd edn.) P. 1868

Ref: Ch. XV 157-62 (in 3rd edn.) : Hendrik Hamel et sa captivite en Coree.

45. COREA, WITHOUT AND WITHIN: Chapters on Corean History, Manners and Religion, with Hendrik Hamel’s Narrative of Captivity and Travels in Corea, annotated. William Elliot Griffis- pp. 315, illus., map.

Ph. 1885

Ref: Part II 37-160. (Reprint of ChurchilFs version, No. 41)

46 Hollanders in Korea(1653-1666). J.F.L. de Balbian Verster. Avertentien Eigen Haard Nos. 40, 41. 1894

47. En Coree: Naufrage de l’Epervier sur les recifs [page22]

de l’Ile de Quelpaert en 1653. Francis Drouet. Bull. Soc. Normande Geog. XXVI 190-219.

Rouen. 1904

48. Hollanders in Korea. KM I 101-6. 1917

49. First Dutch Visitors to Korea. Asia XVII 750-4.

N.Y. 1917

50. An Account of the Shipwreck of a Dutch Vessel on the Coast of the Isle of Quelpaert, together with a Description of the Kingdom of Corea. Hendrick Hamel.

TKRAS IX 91-148 1918

51. VERHAAL VAN HET VERGAAN VAN H ET JACHT DE SPERWER EN VAN HET WEDERVAREN der schipbreukelingen op het eiland QUELPAERT EN HET VASTELAND VAN KOREA (1653-1666) MET EENE BESCHRIJVING VAN DAT RIJK DOOR HENDRIK HAMEL. Ed. B. Hoetink. pp. liii, 165, illus., facs., map. De Linschoten-Vereeniging XVIII. ‘s-Gravenhage. 1920

(A complete monograph on Hendrick Hamel’s journal, comprising: Introduction, Transcription of the Journal, Notes, Personalia, Bibliography, etc).

Note: In addition to the above, brief accounts of the experiences of Hendrick Hamel are given in most of the more comprehensive books on Korea, notably in Griffis, No. 132. (Ch. XXII)
52. Voyage de La Perouse autour du Monde publie conformement au decret du 22 Avril 1791, et redige par M.L.A. Milet-Mureau. 4 vols. & atlas, pp. lxxij, 346, 398, 422, 309. (Second edn. in 1798) P. 1797

Korea : II 384-90.

53. The Voyage of La Perouse round the World in the years 1785, 1786, 1787, and 1788, with the nautical tables. Arranged by M. L. A. Milet-Mureau, Inspector of Fortifications and Member of Several Literary Societies [page 23]

at Paris. To which is prefixed Narrative of an Interesting Voyage from Manila to St. Blaise. And annexed, Travels over the Continent, with the Dispatches of La Perouse in 1787 and 1788, by M. de Lesseps. Translated from the French. 2 vols., illus. 51 pls. pp. cxc, 290 ; viii, 442, 56, 119. L. l798

(Also published in an abridged edition in 1 vol., Edin. 1798).

54. La Perousen’s Entdeckungsreise in dem Jahren 1785, 1786, 1787, und 1788. Aus dem Franzosischen mit Anmerkungen von O.L. Sprengel. 2 vols. pp. vi, 256, 254, illus., map. Lz. B.1799

(German versions also published in Berlin & Hamburg in 1800 and in Vienna in 1804).

55. Voyage de Laperouse, reaige d’apres ses Manuscrits originaux, suivi d’un Appendice renfermant tout ce que l’on a decouvert depuis de naufrage jusqu’a nos jours, et enrichi de notes par M. de Lesseps... pp. 436. P. 1831

After accompanying Vancouver in his voyage of discovery and surveying the Columbia River, Capt. Broughton was put in command of the “Providence,” a small vessel of 400 tons burden, and sent to the north-west coast of North America. During the next four years he carried out a close survey of the coast of Asia. On 16th May, 1797, the “Providence” struck on a reef near the coast of Formosa and became a total loss; the crew, however, were all saved and were taken to Macao in the tender in which Capt. Broughton continued the survey until May, 1798, when he returned to England.

56. A VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY TO THE NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN, in which the Coast of Asia, from the lat. of 35° North to the lat. of 52° North, the Island of Insu (commonly known under the name of the Land of Jesso,) the North, South, and East Coasts of Japan, the Lieuchieux and the Adjacent Isles, as well as the Coast of Corea, have been examined and surveyed. Performed in His Majesty’s Sloop “Providence,” and her tender, in the years 1795, 1796, 1797, 1798. By William Robert Broughton. pp. xx, 393, 9; illus., maps. L. 1804 [page24]

Korea : Chs. VII-VIII 322-80 : Of the Island of Tzima, situated between the Coasts of Corea and Japan-arrival at Chosan on the Corean Coast - description of its harbour - inhabitants - soil-cultivation-produce, etc. - anxiety of the natives for our departure - observations for longitude, etc ; Departure from Chosan-find ourselves in a cluster of islands-visited by the natives-off the Island of Quelpaert.

App. Nos. II-III 390-3 : Specimens of the Corean Language used at Chosan; Some Vegetable Products of Corea.

57. VOYAGE DE DECOUVERTES DANS LA PAR TIE SEPTENTRIONALE DE L’OCEAN PACIFIQUE, fait par le capitaine W. R. Broughton, Commandant la corvette de S.M.B. la Providence et sa conserve, pendant les annees 1795,1796, 1797 et 1798 ; Dans lequel il a parcouru et visite la cote d’Asie, depuis le 35e degre nord, jusqu’au 52e; l’ile d’Insu, ordinairement appelee Jesso; les cotes Nord, Est et Sud du Japon; les lies de Likeujo et autres Ties voisines, ainsi que la cote de Coree. Traduit par ordre de S.E. le Ministre de la Marine et des Colonies par J.B.B.E. (Eyries). 2 vols. pp. xxxij, xvi, 243; 341; illus., maps. P. 1807
H.M.S. Alceste, commanded by Capt. Sir Murray Maxwell, and accompanied by H.M.S. Lyra, left Spithead on 9th Feb., 1816 and anchored off the the Pei-ho on 28th July, Lord Amherst landed on 9th Aug. and directed the ship to meet him at Canton, whither he would travel overland from Peking. Capt. Maxwell took the opportunity of exploring the Gulf of Pechili, the West Coast of Korea and the Loo-Choo Islands. On arriving off the mouth of the Canton River on 2nd Nov., his passage was disputed and he silenced the Chinese batteries by a single broadside. Lord Amherst re-embarked at Whampoa. Subsequently, the “Alceste” struck a rock and was lost during her transit through the Straits of Gaspar, but the crew were saved. On the return voyage, Capt. Maxwell was presented to Napoleon Bonaparte at St, Helena and arrived back in England in Aug., 1817.


58. Journal of the Proceedings of the late Embassy to China; comprising a Correct Narrative of the Public Transactions of the Embassy, of the Voyage to and from China, and of the Journey from the Mouth of the Pei-ho to the Return to Canton. Interspersed with [page25]

Observations upon the Face of the Country, the Polity, Moral Character, and Manners of the Chinese Nation. Henry Ellis, Third Commissioner of the Embassy, pp. vii, 526, illus. 7 col. pis., maps. L. 1817

(Second edn. in 2 vols., 1818; U.S. edn. pp. 382. Pa. 1818; later edn.pp. xvi, 128. L. 1840),

Korea: Ch. IX 471-7, remarks on Corea and on the coastal survey conducted in 1816.

59. Voyage en Chine, ou Journal de la derniere ambassade anglais a la Cour de Pekin.........Traduit de l’anglais par J. MacCarthy.2 vols. (Fr. edn. of preceding).

P. 1818

60. Viaggio di lord Amherst alla China, o giornale dell’ ultima Ambasciata inglese alla Corte di Pekin. 3 vols. (Ital. edn. of preceding). Milan. 1819



62 . VOYAGE OF HIS MAJESTY’S SHIP “ALCESTE” ALONG THE COAST OF COREA, TO THE ISLAND OF LEWCHEW; with an Account of her subsequent Shipwreck. John M’Leod, Surgeon of the “Alceste.” pp. 323, illus. 2 col. pls. (Second edn.) L. 1818

(Third edn. similar, pp vii 339 illus. 2 col, pis. L. 1819)

63 . VOYAGE DU CAPITAINE MAXWELL, COM-MANDANT L’ALCESTE, VAISSEAU DE S.M.B., SUR LA MER JAUNE, LE LONG DES COTES DE LA COREE, ET DANS LES ILES DE LIOU-TCHIOU, avec la relation de son naufrasre dans le detroit de Gaspar, ayant a bord l’ambassade angloise, a son retour [page26]

de la Chine. Par John Mac-Leod, chirurgien de l’equipage. Traduit de l’anglois par Charles-Auguste Def(auconpret) pp. 359, illus. 5 pls. (Fr. edn. of preceding). P. 1818

64 . ZEEREIS VAN HET ENGELSCHE OORLOGS-FREGAT DE “ALCESTE,” LANGS DE STRANDEN VAN COREA, NAAR HET EILAND LOOCHOO ; benevens een Verhaal betreffende de schipbreuk van genoemde fregat. Uit het Engelsch, van John M’Leod, wondheeler op de “Alceste.” pp. ii, 215. (Dutch edn. of preceding). Rotterdam. 1818

65 . CAPITAINE MAXWELLS RESA PA GULA HAFVET, LANGS KUSTERNE AF COREA OCH OARNE LIU-TCHIU... beskriven af John Mac-Leod. pp. 168. (Swedish edn. of preceding). Upsala. 1820


66. ACCOUNT OF A VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY TO THE WEST COAST OF COREA, AND THE GREAT LOO-CHOO ISLAND ; with an Appendix containing Charts, and various hydrographical and scientific Notices. By Captain Basil Hall, R.N... And a Vocabulary of the Loo-choo Language by H. J. Clifford, Lieut. R.N. pp. xvi, 222,illus. col. pls. L. 1818

Korea: Ch. I 1-57, illus. 1 col pl: H.M.S. Alceste & Lyra leave the Yellow Sea on a Voyage or Discovery - Sir James Hall’s Group on the Coast of Corea - Unsociable Character of the Natives- Hutton’s Island - Internal geological Structure - Anchor near the Main Land - Corean Chief’s Visit - Objections made to Strangers landing - Distress of the Chief-His Character - Departure from Basil’s Bay-Clusters of Islands-Murray’s Sound - Deserted Corean Village-View From the Summit of a high Peak-Interview with the Coreans-Peculiarities of their Character-Language-Erroneous Position of this Coast-Leave Corea.

Reviews: Quart. Rev. XVIII 308 ff. L.; Edinb. Rev. XXIX 475-97 (F. Jeffrey); Eclectic Rev. XXVII 513. L.; North Amen Rev. XXVI 514-38 (Jared Sparks) N.Y.; Mthly Rev. CXXV 59, CXXVII 592, CXXXIV 143, Fraser,s Mag. VIII 593.


LOOCHOO EILAND IN DE JAPANSCHE ZEE. Door Kapitein Basil Hall. Uit het Engelsch. pp. iii, 286. (Dutch edn. of preceding). Rotterdam. 1818

68. ENTDECKUNGSREISE NACH DER WESTKUSTE VON KOREA UND DER GROSSEN LUTSCHUINSEL von dem Capitan Basil Hall. Aus dem Englischen ubersetzt, und mit Anmerkungen begleitet von Friedrich Ruhs. pp. iv, 290, maps. Neue Bibliothek der wichtigsten Reisebeschreibungen XIX. (Ger, edn. of preceding).

Weimar. 1819

69. RELAZIONE D’UN VIAGGIO DI SCOPERTE ALLA COSTA OCCIDENTALE DELLA COREA ED ALLA GRAND,ISOLA LUTSCIU. Prima trad, dall, inglese di F. Contarini. pp. xiv, 284,illus. 6 pis., map. (Ital. edn. of preceding)Milan. 1820


(A new edn. containing the narrative alone, without any technical details, appendices, charts, etc.)


an account of Captain Maxwell’s attack on the Batteries at Canton; and notes of an interview with Buonaparte at St. Helena, in August 1817. Captain Basil Hall, R.N. pp. ii, 322. Constable’s Miscellany of Original and Selected Publications I. L. 1826


of Sir Murray Maxwell’s Attack on the Chinese Batteries, and of an interview with Napoleon Buonaparte, at St. Helena. Captain Basil Hall, R.N. pp. 81 (in 2 cols.).

Voyages and Travels I. L. 1840

Korea: Ch. II 14-29, (A new, popular edition of Capt. Basil Hall’s narrative, containing a brief preface by the author and an account of the interview wih Napoleon Bonaparte, with the latter’s comments on the drawing of the Korean Chief - p 80). [page28]

73. Captain Basil Hall’s Account of his Voyage to the

West Coast of Corea in 1816. TKRAS XI 1-37. 1920

74. The Korean Record on Captain Basil Hall’s Voyage of Discovery to the West Coast of Korea. George Paik. TKRAS XXIV 15-19. 1935

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