A voyage to South America: describing at large the Spanish cities, towns, provinces , &c. on that extensive continent: undertaken, by command of the king of Spain, by Don George Juan and Don Antonio de Ulloa... Tr. from the original Spanish; with notes and observations; and an account of the Brazils. By John Adams.
Ulloa, Antonio de,
Adams, John, Esq. of Waltham Abbey.
Printed for J. Stockdale [etc.]
4th ed. Illustrated with plates.
Translation of Ulloa's Relacion historica del viage a la America Meridional.
The "Resumen historico del origen, y succession de los Incas, y demas soberanos del Perú", by Garcilaso de la Vega, found in the original, is omitted from this translation.
John Adams was not the translator of the English edition, but merely furnished the "Notes and observations" and "Account of the Brazils."
The account of the scientific work of the expedition, written by Jorge Juan y Santacilia, was published separately, Madrid, 1748, under title: Observaciones astronomicas, y phisicas hechas ... en los