London: Wm. Darton, Jun 1810. 24 pages. Approx 7 x 4 inches. Light pink drab wrappers, string bound. Wrapper soiled, with several spots and fading. Foxed throughout internally. Very Good. Pamphlet. 
The instruction booklet ONLY (there would have been an accompanying map which is not present here).
A direction and rules book for this rare geographical game. This example contains instructions and 133 numbered paragraphs for various geographical locations with information about each city. The players start at #1 LONDON and finish with #133 ATHENS.
This game is not listed in the 1971 (2nd edition) of Whitehouse. Whitehouse does list a similar game "WALLIS'S TOUR OF EUROPE" first published in 1794 as an "engraving of a map of Europe with the rules printed from type and affixed on either side of the map" but he notes that later editions of the same game from 1811 were printed with the map and instruction booklet separate. (Whitehouse, pp 8-9)
Rare, with OCLC showing two library holdings as of this writing (Princeton, British Library Reference Collection). There are an additional six institutions holding the map, some of which appear to have the instructions integral to the map, others with a separate booklet [as here].
Whitehouse, Francis, "Table Games of Georgian and Victorian Days", 2nd edition, 1971