Havana: Las Viudas de Arazoza Y Soler, 1831.
xiii + 386pp., 4to, handsomely rebound in full gilt-lettered and decorated navy morocco; lower corners bumped, minor worming between pages 119-139, not effecting text. Habana: Las Viudas de Arazoza y Soler, 1831. Internally clean and bright, a very good (+) copy.
Author was the director of the Havana Botanical Gardens. "A general survey of Cuba in the early nineteenth century by a well-known Spanish naturalist who lived in Cuba for a number of years and wrote works dealing with the island. He was very pro Spanish and praises the policies of Gen. Tacon." Griffin 4641. Palau 284794. Sabin 74919.
Condition: Near Fine