Sixty Years: Life and Adventure in the Far East -
1911 - E.P. Dutton & Company, New York - First US Edition [simultaneously with UK edition, Hutchison title page replaced with Dutton]
The wonderful autobiography of a young man coming to the far east to seek his fortune, beginning in Singapore and later through Borneo, The Philippines and other islands of the Eastern seas. In two volumes, with three photogravure plates, 21 black and white photographic plates, and folding map of ‘Malay, or East Indian Archipelago with Burma and Siam’.
Although the pen name is John Dill Ross, by all accounts (including those in the 1911 book review in the ’Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser’) this is actually the autobiography of John Dillon Northwood.