See also:William's younger
See also:brother, was brought up as an engraver, and first appears as an exhibitor in 1792 . A few years later he went to the Cape and travelled into the interior of Africa, with his sketching materials in his
See also:haversack . The drawings he made there were published, after his return, in his
See also:African Scenery . He did not
See also:rest long at home, but
See also:left for
See also:Ceylon in 18o6, where he spent the remaining years of his
See also:publishing The Scenery, Animals and Natives of Ceylon .
SAMUEL OF NEHARDEA
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