A Guide to the Pyrenees: Especially Intended for the Use of Mountaineers

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Longmans, Green & Company, 1867 - Pyrenees - 201 pages
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Page 181 - How we Spent the Summer; or, a Voyage en Zigzag in Switzerland and Tyrol with some Members of the ALPINE CLUB.
Page 182 - Peaks, Passes, and Glaciers: a Series of Excursions by Members of the Alpine Club. Edited by JOHN BALL, MRIA, FLS, President of the Alpine Club.
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Page 182 - Guide to the Oberland and all Switzerland, excepting the Neighbourhood of Monte Rosa and the Great St. Bernard ; with Lombardy and the adjoining portion of Tyrol.
Page 181 - The Alpine Guide. By JOHN BALL, MRIA late President of the Alpine Club. Post 8vo. with Maps and other Illustrations. Guide to the Eastern Alps, price 10s.
Page 76 - So tranquil in the heavens above, So restless in the wave below. Thus heavenly hope is all serene, But earthly hope, how bright soe'er, Still fluctuates o'er this changing scene, As false and fleeting as 'tis fair.
Page 181 - The ALPINE GUIDE. By JOHN BALL, MRIA late President of the Alpine Club. Post 8vo. with Maps and other Illustrations. Guide to the Eastern Alps, nearly ready.
Page 182 - Schaffbausen on the North to Milan on the South, and from the Ortler Group on the East to Geneva on the West. Constructed under the immediate superintendence of the ALPINE CLUB, and edited by RC NICHOLS, FSAFRGS In Four Sheets.
Page 46 - The human mind thirsts after immensity and immutability, and duration without bounds ; but it needs some tangible object from which to take its flight, — something present to lead to futurity, something bounded from whence to rise to the infinite.

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