The Innocents Abroad, Or, The New Pilgrims' Progress: Being Some Account of the Steamer Quaker City's Pleasure Excursion to Europe and the Holy Land : with Descriptions of Countries, Nations, Incidents, and Adventures, as They Appeared to the Author

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A.S. Irving, 1870 - 398 pagina's
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Inhoudsopgave

EMPEROR OF RUSSIA
145
TINSEL KING
146
SHIP EMPEROR
147
THE RECEPTION
148
STREET SCENE IN SMYRNA
149
SMYRNA
150
AN APPARENT SUCCESS
151
DRIFTING TO STARBOARD
152
CHAPTER XVI
153
A SPOILED NAP 154 ANCIENT AMPHITHEATRE AT EPHESUS
154
MODERN AMPHITHEATRE AT EPHESUS
155
RUINS OF EPHESUS
156
THE JOURNEY
157
GRAVES OF THE SEVEN SLEEPERS
158
THE SELECTION
159
CAMPING OUT
160
TAIL PIECEARABS TENTS
161
A Good Feeder
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INTERESTING FETE
163
SUNDAY SCHOOL GRAPES
164
AN OLD FOGY
165
RACE WITH A CAMEL
166
TEMPLE OF THE
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RUINS OF BAALBEC
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MERCY
170
PATRON SAINT
171
WATER CARRIER
172
VIEW OF DAMASCUS FULL PAGE FACE PAGE
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STREET CARS OF DAMASCUS
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FULL DRESSED TOURIST
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IMPROMPTU HOSPITAL
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THE HORSE BAALBEC
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OAK OF BASHAN
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DANGEROUS ARAB
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GRIMES ON THE WARPATI
180
TAILPIECEBEDOUIN CAMP
181
HOME OF ANCIENT POMP
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JACK
183
A DISAPPOINTED AUDIENCE
184
FIGTREE
185
ARABS SALUTING
199
FREE SONS OF THE DESERT
200
SHECHEM
201
TAIL PIECEGATE OF JERUSALEM
202
BEGGARS IN JERUSALEM
203
CHURCH OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE
204
GRAVE OF ADAM
205
VIEW OF JERUSALEM FULL PAGE FACE PAGE
206
THE WANDERING
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MOSQUE OF OMAR
208
AN EPIDEMIC
209
CHARGE ON BEDOUINS
210
DEAD SEA
211
GROTTO OF THE NATIVITY Full Page FACE PAGE
212
JAFFA FULL PAGE FACE PAGE 214 REAR ELEVATION OF JACK
214
STREET IN ALEXANDRIA
215
VICEROY OF EGYPT
216
EASTERN MONARCH
217
MOSES S BEACH
218
ROOM No 15
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ASCENT OF THE PYRAMIDS
221
HIGH HOPES FRUSTRATED
222
KINGS CHAMBER IN THE PYRAMID FULL PAGE FACE PAGE
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A POWERFUL ARGUMENT
224
PYRAMIDS AND SPHYNX FULL PAGE Face page
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THE RELIC HUNTER
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THE MAMELUKES LEAP
227
WOULD NOT BE COMFORTED
228
TAIL PIECE THE TRAVELER
229
HOMEWARD BOUND
230
BAD COFFEE
231
OUR FRIENDS THE BERMUDIANS
232
CAPTAIN DUNCAN
233
RIALTO BRIDGE
241
FLORENCE
245
MAMERTINE PRISON
276
OLD ROMAN
278
COLISEUM OF ANCIENT ROME
281
TAIL PIECE FINIS
284
NOT COMPLAIN
285
HUMBOLDT HOUSE
286
DAN
288
BRONZE STATUE
289
PENMANSHIP
291
ON A BUST
293
CHAPTER XXVIII
298
VAULTS OF THE CONVENT
299
DRIED CONVENT FRUITS
302
AT THE STORE 808
303
AT HOME
304
CHAPTER XXIX
308
SOOTHING THE PILGRIMS 809
309
CHAPTER XXX
315
ASCENT OF MT VESUVIUS 813
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THE MUSTANG 819
320
BLUE GROTTO
321
VESUVIUS AND BAY OF NAPLES FULL PAGE FACE PAGE
323
THE DESCENT 825
325
RUINS POMPEII 827
328
FORUM OF JUSTICE POMPEII
330
HOUSE POMPEII 835
337
VIEW OF THE ACROPOLIS LOOKING WEST
341
Ho
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THE ASSAULT 844
344
THE CARYATIDES
346
THE PARTHENON FULL PAGE FACE PAGE
348
WE SIDLED NOT RAN
350
ANCIENT ACROPOLIS 852
352
TAIL PIECE RUINS
353
QUEEN OF GREECE 855
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PALACE AT ATHENS 856
359
MOSQUE OF ST SOPHIA 863
362
TURKISH MAUSOLEUM 865
366
CHAPTER XXXIV
368
SLANDERED DOGS 871
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THE CENSOR ON DUTY 874
374
TURKISH BATH 878
376
FARAWAYMOSES 882
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A FRAGMENT
385
CHAPTER XXXVI
387
898
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428
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CHAPTER XLI
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CHAPTER XLII
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CHAPTER XLIII
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CHAPTER XLIV
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CHAPTER XLV
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PAGE
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CHAPTER XLVI
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483
CHAPTER XX
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The Buried City of PompeiiHow Dwellings Appear that have been Unoccu
500
Curious Specimens of Art and ArchitecturePublic Reception of the Pilgrims
503
CHAPTER XLIX
514
CHAPTER L
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FOUNTAIN OF THE VIRGIN
529
MADONNALIKE BEAUTY
531
PUTNAM OUTDONE
533
THE BASTINADO 196 I WEPT 524 530 531 533 535
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CHAPTER LI
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WANT OF DIGNITY
539
AN ORIENTAL WELL 514
544
A Curious Remnant of the PastShechemThe Oldest First Family
551
The Joy of the Whole EarthDescription of JerusalemChurch of
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Amen
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