Burton's major works published in book form are available here in facsimile format. These are partly derived from books.google.com (in which case corrections and additions have usually been made to supplement imperfect reproductions) or the Internet Archive, or are original editions by burtoniana.org; they are provided here for scholarly non-commercial purposes only. For rare variant editions, see the auction catalogues. Burton also published numerous pamphlets, many of which are now rather hard (or impossible) to find.1851. Goa, and the Blue Mountains; or Six Months of Sick Leave. London, Richard Bentley.
1851. Scinde; or, The Unhappy Valley. (2 volumes) London, Richard Bentley.1851. Sindh, and the Races that Inhabit the Valley of the Indus. London, W. H. Allen.
1852. Falconry in the Valley of the Indus. London, John van Voorst.
1853. A Complete System of Bayonet Exercise. London, William Clowes.1855-6. Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to El-Medinah and Meccah. (3 volumes) London, Longman.
1856. First Footsteps in East Africa; or, An exploration of Harar. London, Longman.1860. The Lake Regions of Central Africa, A Picture of exploration. (2 volumes) London, Longman.
1861. The City of the Saints and Across the Rocky Mountains to California. London, Longman.1863. (ed.) The Prairie Traveler, a Hand-book for Overland Expeditions by Randolph B. Marcy. London, Trübner.
1863. Abeokuta and the Camaroons Mountains. An Exploration. (2 volumes) London, Tinsley.1863. Wanderings in West Africa, From Liverpool to Fernando Po. (Anon. by F.R.G.S.) (2 volumes) London, Tinsley.
1864. A Mission to Gelele, King of Dahome. (2 volumes) London, Tinsley.1864. The Nile Basin. London, Tinsley.
1865. Wit and Wisdom from West Africa. London, Tinsley.1865. The Guide-book. A Pictorial Pilgrimage to Mecca and Medina. London, William Clowes.
1865. Stone Talk. London, Robert Hardwicke.1869. Explorations of The Highlands of Brazil. (2 volumes) London, Tinsley.
1870. Vikram and the Vampire, or Tales of Hindu Devilry. London, Longman.1870. Letters from the Battlefields of Paraguay. London, Tinsley.
1871. Unexplored Syria (2 vols.) London, Tinsley.1872. Zanzibar; City, Island, and Coast. (2 volumes) London, Tinsley.
1872. The Case of Captain Burton, Late H. B. M.'s Consul at Damascus. Clayton & Co, London.1873. (transl.) The Lands of Cazembe. Lacerda's Journey to Cazembe in 1798. London, John Murray.
1874. (ed.) The Captivity of Hans Stade of Hesse, in A.D. 1547-1555, Among the Wild Tribes of Eastern Brazil. London, Hakluyt Society.1875. Ultima Thule; or A Summer in Iceland. (2 volumes) London, William P. Nimmo.
1876. Etruscan Bologna: A Study. London, Smith, Elder & Co.1876. A New System of Sword Exercise for Infantry. London, William Clowes.
1876. Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo. (2 volumes) London, Sampson Low.1877. Sind Revisited (2 volumes). London, Richard Bentley.
1878. The Gold-Mines of Midian and The Ruined Midianite Cities. London, C. Kegan Paul.1879. The Land of Midian (revisited). (2 volumes) London, C. Kegan Paul.
1880. The Kasidah of Haji Abdu El-Yezdi a Lay of the Higher Law. London, Bernard Quaritch.1880. (transl.) Os Lusiadas (The Lusiads). (2 volumes) (Ed. Isabel Burton.) London, Bernard Quaritch.
1880. Report on Two Expeditions To Midian; Report Upon the Minerals of Midian; Correspondence with his Excellency Riaz Pasha upon the Mines of Midian. Alexandria, Egypt, Alexandria Stationers' & Booksellers' Company.1881. Camoens: His Life and His Lusiads. (2 volumes) London, Bernard Quaritch.
1881. A Glance at the "Passion-Play". London, W. H. Harrison.1883. To the Gold Coast for Gold. (2 volumes) London, Chatto & Windus.
1883. (transl.) The Kama Sutra of Vatsayana. London, Kama Shastra Society.1884. (transl.) Camoens. The Lyricks. (2 volumes). London, Bernard Quaritch.
1884. The Book of the Sword. London, Chatto & Windus.1885. (transl.) Ananga Ranga Cosmopoli, Kama Shastra Society.
1885. (transl.) A Plain and Literal Translation of the Arabian Nights' Entertainments. (10 volumes) Benares, Kama-Shastra Society.
1886-8. (transl.) Supplemental Nights to the Book of The Thousand Nights and a Night. (6 volumes). Benares, Kama-Shastra Society1886. (transl.) Iracema, The Honey-lips and Manuel de Mores. London, Bickers and Son.
1886. (transl.) The Perfumed Garden of the Cheikh Nefzaoui. London and Benares, Kama Shastra Society.1887. (ed.) The Beharistan (Abode of Spring) London and Benares, Kama Shastra Society.
1888. (transl.) The Gulistan or Rose Garden of Sa'di. Benares, Kama Shastra Society.1890. (transl.) Priapeia or the Sportive Epigrams of divers Poets on Priapus Cosmopoli.
1891. (ed.) Marocco and the Moors. by Arthur Leared. London, Sampson Low.1893. (transl.) Il Pentamerone; or, the Tale of Tales. London, Henry and Co.
1894. (transl.) The Carmina of Gaius Valerius Catullus. London, Privately printed.1898. The Jew The Gypsy, and El Islam. Ed. W. H. Wilkins. London, Hutchinson.
1901. Wanderings in Three Continents. Ed. W. H. Wilkins. London, Hutchinson.1911. The Sentiment of the Sword: A Country-House Dialogue. London, Horace Cox.
1982. The Uruguay: A Historical Romance of South America. Berkeley, University of California Press.
1990. Sir Richard Burton's Travels In Arabia And Africa: Four Lectures From A Huntington Library Manuscript. Edited by John Hayman. Huntington Library Press.
2003. (transl.) Pilpay's Fables. Bangkok: Orchid Press, 2003.