London: Edward Arnold, 1901.
First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. 331 pp + publisher's catalogue, with 8 plates, additional illustrations in the text, and two folding maps. Original burgundy cloth, with some uneven discoloration to the spine and mild wear to the corners, small stain on front board. Internals clean and sound. An interesting travel narrative in which Percy also expresses his deep sympathy with the Turks and his belief that Britain and Germany should work together to stem Russian influence in Constantinople.