8 vols. "[...] the 'Indian and Pacific' correspondence gathered in these volumes ranges much more widely in geographical and conceptual terms than the title of the series would suggest. There is, for example, important material on Africa and America [...] future scholars across a variety of disciplines will have cause to be grateful."
"the journals describe tours made between 1765 and 1798 to many areas in the Midlands and to most of Scotland. The letters of 1784-5 cover a journey by George Culley to visit Robert Bakewell at Dishley, followed by a joint tour around central England. The subjects covered by the book include agriculture, social history, economics, topography, dialect, material culture and, remarkably, a fascinating section on the Scottish piping traditions and the piping schools associated with Highland music" (From the Agricultural History Review article by John Gall)
6 vols.: v. 1. The early period, 1765-1784, letters 1765-1782 -- v. 2. The early period, 1765-1784, letters 1782-1784 -- v. 3. The middle period, 1785-1799, letters 1785-1790 -- v. 4. The middle period, 1785-1799, letters 1790-1799 -- v. 5. The late period, 1800-1820, letters 1800-1809 -- v. 6. The late period, 1800-1820, letters 1809-1820.
"English translations are provided of thirty-three original documents, together with a brief, but highly informative, introduction to Columbus, 'the man, the voyages, the legacy'. This brief history with documents is explicitly, and effectively, aimed at college students, and is thus additionally provided with a genealogical table" (From the Bulletin of Spanish Studies review by John Edwards)
v. 1-2. Letters from France / Helen Maria Williams -- v. 3. Narrative of two voyages to the River Sierra Leone during the years 1791-2-3 / A.M. Falconbridge, and; History in a six weeks' tour through a part of France, Switzerland, Germany, and Holland / Mary Shelley and Percy Shelley -- v. 4. Original letters from India / Elizabeth Fay -- v. 5. Letters from the island of Tenerife, Brazil, the Cape of Good Hope and the East Indies / Mrs. Kindersley -- v. 6-8. Italy / Lady Morgan.