Thomas Joseph Hutchinson (c.1802-1885): a Bibliography
of the Niger, Tshadda, & Binuë Exploration, including a Report
on the Position and Prospects of Trade up those Rivers, with
Remarks on the Malaria and Rivers of West Africa
(London: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1855). 267 pages.
Dedicated to Macgregor Laird, Esq., Managing Director of the
African Steam-ship Co. Part 1: chapters 1-6. Part 2: chapters
7-10. Addendum (corrigenda).
Impressions of Western Africa, with remarks on the Diseases of
the Climate and a Report on the Peculiarities of Trade Up the
Rivers in the Bight of Biafra
(London: Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans and Roberts, 1858).
313 pages. Dedicated to George William Frederick, Earl of
Clarendon, HM's Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
Preface signed in the British Consulate, Fernando Po, 1
January 1858. Appendix A: 'Peculiarities of the Countries
interior to Lagos', letter from Samuel Growther, a missionary
of the Established Church, to Thomas Joseph Hutchinson, 10
September 1856 (Lagos). Appendix B: 'Opportunities for
production and trade of cotton'. Appendix C: 'The Diseases of
the Native Africans'. Descriptions of leprosy, yaws,
crow-crow, elephantiasis, phagodermic ulcer, lethargy.
Years' Wanderings among the Ethiopians; with sketches of the
Manners and Customs of the Civilized and Uncivilized Tribes,
from Senegal to Gabon
(London: Hurst and Blackett, 1861). 329 pages, with engraves.
Dedicated to William Bingham Baring, Lord Ashburton, president
of the Royal Geographical Society.
Ayres and Argentine Gleanings: with extracts from a diary of
exploration in 1862 and 1863
(London: Edward Stanford, 1865). Map of the Argentine Republic
within the 24th and 35th parallels.
'Note: this map is chiefly copied from Dr. Herman Burmeister's.
The course and neighbourhood of the Rio Salado are taken from
Mr. Coghlan's map published in 1859. Additions and alterations
have also been made by Consul Hutchinson.' Translated into
Spanish by Luis Vicente Varela, Buenos Aires y otras
Provincias Argentinas, con estractos de un diario de la
esploración del Río Salado en 1862 y 1863 (Buenos Aires:
Imprenta del Siglo, 1866), 296 pages, which was reprinted with preface
and notes by José Luis Trenti Rocamora (Buenos Aires: Editorial Huarpes,
Paraná; With Incidents of the Paraguayan War, and South
American Recollections from 1861 to 1868
(London: Edward Standford, 1868). 424 pages. Maps,
illustrations and portrait of the author. Dedicated to Lord
Stanley (Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs). Preface
signed in 21A, Hanover Square, London. Appendix A: Argentine
Measures compared with English and French. Appendix B: River
Navigation. Appendix C: Argentine Seasons.
- Up the
Rivers and Through Some Territories of the Rio de la Plata
Districts in South America [Read at the 38th
Meeting, 1868, of the British Association for the Advancement
of Science, in Norwich, on the 21st of August,
Section E, Geography and Ethnology]
(London: Bates Hendy & Co., 1868). 30 pages.
- Our Meat
Supply from Abroad: A paper read before the Liverpool Literary
and Philosophical Society, January 9th 1871
(Liverpool: David Marples, 1871). 16 pages.
- Two Years
in Peru, with Exploration of its Antiquities
(London: Sampson Low, Marston, Low & Searle, 1873). Volume 1:
342 pages. Volume 2: 334 pages. Dedicated to Manuel Pardo,
President of Peru. Map by Daniel Barrera and numerous
illustrations. Appendix A: 'Remarks on a Collection of 150
Ancient Peruvian Skulls, presented to the Anthropological
Institute', paper read by Dr. Busk, F.R.G.S, at the
Anthropological Society of Great Britain and Ireland, April
1st 1873, among other papers. Appendix B: Professor L. Agassiz
to H.M. Brent (U.S. chargé d'affaires in Lima), Callao 1 June
Holidays in Brittany
(London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Riwigton, 1876). 232
pages. Map and illustrations. Dedicated to Mrs. S.C. Hall.
Preface signed at Ballinescar Lodge, Curracloe, Wexford, 1