London: Whittaker & Co., 1835. Henry David Inglis, (1795–1835) who used the pseudonym Derwent Conway,was a Scottish travel writer and journalist. Under the name of Derwent Conway, Inglis published his first work, Tales of the Ardennes (1825), which was well received. There followed in quick succession Narrative of a Journey through Norway, part of Sweden, and the Islands and States of Denmark (1826), Solitary Walks through many Lands (1828), and A Tour through Switzerland and the South of France and the Pyrenees (1830 and 1831). Of his journeys through Spain and the Tyrol in 1830 and following years, he published accounts, Spain in 1830 appearing in 1831, and The Tyrol, with a Glance at Bavaria, in 1833 [Wikipedia]. This is a reprint of Inglis's book on Norway that first appeared in Constable's Miscellany and is the first to be published using his real name. Bound in dark blue leather with gilt rulings and gilt titling labels to spine. Scuffed and rubbed along joints and edges of covers. Interior pages are generally clean with occasional spotting. Fold out map of region is intact with some light browning and offsetting to facing page. A plate of Specimens of Norwegian Music is quite foxed and has offsetting to facing page. Book plate of Richard Shuttleworth Streatfield. Very good condition. 7.5 inches. 335 pages. TRAVEL/071421.