London: John Murray, 1877. Hardcover. A later edition of this classic travelogue. Arthur Penrhyn Stanley (1815 – 1881), known as Dean Stanley, was an English Anglican priest and ecclesiastical historian. He was Dean of Westminster from 1864 to 1881. His position was that of a Broad Churchman and he was the author of a number of works on Church History. He was a co-founder of the Palestine Exploration Fund [Wikipedia]. Bound in school prize binding of brown calf with school's emblem in gilt on cover. Leather is stained, scratched, and bumped, and front joint has split. Marbled endpapers and page edges. Text block is tight save for a cracked gutter in the table of contents. Interior pages are clean and bright with seven color maps and five woodcuts. Prize award bookplate affixed to front pastedown. Very good. Octavo. 560 pages. MIDEAST/071321. Very Good.