Home
  By Author [ A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z |  Other Symbols ]
  By Title [ A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z |  Other Symbols ]
  By Language
all Classics books content using ISYS

Download this book: [ ASCII ]

Look for this book on Amazon


We have new books nearly every day.
If you would like a news letter once a week or once a month
fill out this form and we will give you a summary of the books for that week or month by email.

Title: Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Bayard Taylor
Author: Taylor, Bayard
Language: English
As this book started as an ASCII text book there are no pictures available.
Copyright Status: Not copyrighted in the United States. If you live elsewhere check the laws of your country before downloading this ebook. See comments about copyright issues at end of book.

*** Start of this Doctrine Publishing Corporation Digital Book "Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Bayard Taylor" ***

This book is indexed by ISYS Web Indexing system to allow the reader find any word or number within the document.



WORKS OF

BAYARD TAYLOR


CONTENTS

##  A BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, AND TALES FROM HOME

##  THE STORY OF KENNETT

##  THE LANDS OF THE SARACEN

##  EUROPE SEEN WITH KNAPSACK AND STAFF

##  FAUST (Translated by Taylor)

WHO WAS SHE

##  NORTHERN TRAVEL

##  A HISTORY OF GERMANY

##  TRAVELS IN ARABIA

##  JOSEPH AND HIS FRIEND



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
AND TALES OF HOME
By Bayard Taylor.


CONTENTS
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST.
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XI.
XII.
TALES OF HOME.
THE STRANGE FRIEND.
JACOB FLINT'S JOURNEY.
CAN A LIFE HIDE ITSELF?
TWIN-LOVE.
THE EXPERIENCES OF THE A. C.
FRIEND ELI'S DAUGHTER.
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
MISS BARTRAM'S TROUBLE.
I.
II.
III.
MRS. STRONGITHARM'S REPORT.

THE STORY OF KENNETT
By Bayard Taylor


CONTENTS
PROLOGUE.
CHAPTER I.	THE CHASE.
CHAPTER II.	WHO SHALL HAVE THE BRUSH?
CHAPTER III.	MARY POTTER AND HER SON.
CHAPTER IV.	FORTUNE AND MISFORTUNE.
CHAPTER V.	GUESTS AT FAIRTHORN'S.
CHAPTER VI.	THE NEW GILBERT.
CHAPTER VII.	OLD KENNETT MEETING.
CHAPTER VIII.	AT DR. DEANE'S.
CHAPTER IX.	THE RAISING.
CHAPTER X.	THE RIVALS.
CHAPTER XI.	GUESTS AT POTTER'S.
CHAPTER XII.	THE EVENTS OF AN EVENING.
CHAPTER XIII.	TWO OLD MEN.
CHAPTER XIV.	DOUBTS AND SURMISES.
CHAPTER XV.	ALFRED BARTON BETWEEN TWO FIRES.
CHAPTER XVI.	MARTHA DEANE.
CHAPTER XVII.	CONSULTATIONS.
CHAPTER XVIII.	SANDY FLASH REAPPEARS.
CHAPTER XIX.	THE HUSKING FROLIC.
CHAPTER XX.	GILBERT ON THE ROAD TO CHESTER.
CHAPTER XXI.	ROGER REPAYS HIS MASTER.
CHAPTER XXII.	MARTHA DEANE TAKES A RESOLUTION.
CHAPTER XXIII.	A CROSS-EXAMINATION.
CHAPTER XXIV.	DEB. SMITH TAKES A RESOLUTION.
CHAPTER XXV.	TWO ATTEMPTS.
CHAPTER XXVI.	THE LAST OF SANDY FLASH.
CHAPTER XXVII.	GILBERT INDEPENDENT.
CHAPTER XXVIII.	MISS LAVENDER MAKES A GUESS.
CHAPTER XXIX.	MYSTERIOUS MOVEMENTS.
CHAPTER XXX.	THE FUNERAL.
CHAPTER XXXI.	THE WILL.
CHAPTER XXXII.	THE LOVERS.
CHAPTER XXXIII.	HUSBAND AND WIFE.
CHAPTER XXXIV.	THE WEDDING.

THE LANDS OF THE SARACEN
Pictures of Palestine, Asia Minor, Sicily, and Spain
By Bayard Taylor


CONTENTS
Chapter I.

Life in a Syrian Quarantine.

Voyage from Alexandria to Beyrout--Landing at Quarantine--The Guardians--Our Quarters--Our Companions--Famine and Feasting--The Morning--The Holy Man of Timbuctoo--Sunday in Quarantine--Islamism--We are Registered--Love through a Grating--Trumpets--The Mystery Explained--Delights of Quarantine--Oriental vs. American Exaggeration--A Discussion of Politics--Our Release--Beyrout--Preparations for the Pilgrimage

Chapter II.

The Coast of Palestine.

The Pilgrimage Commences--The Muleteers--The Mules--The Donkey--Journey to Sidon--The Foot of Lebanon--Pictures--The Ruins of Tyre--A Wild Morning--The Tyrian Surges--Climbing the Ladder of Tyre--Panorama of the Bay of Acre--The Plain of Esdraelon--Camp in a Garden--Acre--the Shore of the Bay--Haifa--Mount Carmel and its Monastery--A Deserted Coast--The Ruins of C\xE6sarea--The Scenery of Palestine--We become Robbers--El Haram--Wrecks--the Harbor and Town of Jaffa.

Chapter III.

From Jaffa to Jerusalem.

The Garden of Jaffa--Breakfast at a Fountain--The Plain of Sharon--The Ruined Mosque of Ramleh--A Judean Landscape--The Streets Ramleh--Am I in Palestine?--A Heavenly Morning--The Land of Milk and Honey--Entering the Hill Country--The Pilgrim's Breakfast--The Father of Lies--A Church of the Crusaders--The Agriculture of the Hills--The Valley of Elah--Day-Dreams--The Wilderness--The Approach--We See the Holy City

Chapter IV.

The Dead Sea and the River Jordan.

Bargaining for a Guard---Departure from Jerusalem--The Hill of Offence--Bethany--The Grotto of Lazarus--The Valley of Fire--Scenery of the Wilderness--The Hills of Engaddi--The shore of the Dead Sea--A Bituminous Bath--Gallop to the Jordan--A watch for Robbers--The Jordan--Baptism--The Plains of Jericho--The Fountain of Elisha--The Mount of Temptation--Return to Jerusalem

Chapter V.

The City of Christ.

Modern Jerusalem--The Site of the City--Mount Zion--Mount Moriah--The Temple--The Valley of Jehosaphat--The Olives of Gethsemane--The Mount of Olives--Moslem Tradition--Panorama from the Summit--The Interior of the City--The Population--Missions and Missionaries--Christianity in Jerusalem--Intolerance--The Jews of Jerusalem--The Face of Christ--The Church of the Holy Sepulchre--The Holy of Holies--The Sacred Localities--Visions of Christ--The Mosque of Omar--The Holy Man of Timbuctoo--Preparations for Departure.

Chapter VI.

The Hill-Country of Palestine.

Leaving Jerusalem--The Tombs of the Kings--El Bireh--The Hill-Country--First View of Mount Hermon--The Tomb of Joseph--Ebal and Gerizim--The Gardens of Nablous--The Samaritans--The Sacred Book--A Scene in the Synagogue--Mentor and Telemachus--Ride to Samaria--The Ruins of Sebaste--Scriptural Landscapes--Halt at Genin--The Plain of Esdraelon--Palestine and California--The Hills of Nazareth--Accident--Fra Joachim--The Church of the Virgin--The Shrine of the Annunciation--The Holy Places.

Chapter VII.

The Country of Galilee.

Departure from Nazareth--A Christian Guide--Ascent of Mount Tabor--Wallachian Hermits--The Panorama of Tabor--Ride to Tiberias--A Bath in Genesareth--The Flowers of Galilee--The Mount of Beatitude--Magdala--Joseph's Well--Meeting with a Turk--The Fountain of the Salt-Works--The Upper Valley of the Jordan--Summer Scenery--The Rivers of Lebanon--Tell el-Kadi--An Arcadian Region--The Fountains of Banias

Chapter VIII.

Crossing the Anti-Lebanon.

The Harmless Guard--C\xE6sarea Philippi--The Valley of the Druses--The Sides of Mount Hermon--An Alarm--Threading a Defile--Distant view of Djebel Hauaran--Another Alarm--Camp at Katana--We Ride into Damascus

Chapter IX.

Pictures of Damascus.

Damascus from the Anti-Lebanon--Entering the City--A Diorama of Bazaars--An Oriental Hotel--Our Chamber--The Bazaars--Pipes and Coffee--The Rivers of Damascus--Palaces of the Jews--Jewish Ladies--A Christian Gentleman--The Sacred Localities--Damascus Blades--The Sword of Haroun Al-Raschid--An Arrival from Palmyra

Chapter X.

The Visions of Hasheesh.

Chapter XI.

A Dissertation on Bathing and Bodies.

Chapter XII.

Baalbec and Lebanon.

Departure from Damascus--The Fountains of the Pharpar--Pass of the Anti-Lebanon--Adventure with the Druses--The Range of Lebanon--The Demon of Hasheesh departs--Impressions of Baalbec--The Temple of the Sun--Titanic Masonry--The Ruined Mosque--Camp on Lebanon--Rascality of the Guide--The Summit of Lebanon--The Sacred Cedars--The Christians of Lebanon--An Afternoon in Eden--Rugged Travel--We Reach the Coast--Return to Beyrout

Chapter XIII.

Pipes and Coffee

Chapter XIV.

Journey to Antioch and Aleppo.

Change of Plans--Routes to Baghdad--Asia Minor--We sail from Beyrout--Yachting on the Syrian Coast--Tartus and Latakiyeh--The Coasts of Syria--The Bay of Suediah--The Mouth of the Orontes--Landing--The Garden of Syria--Ride to Antioch--The Modern City--The Plains of the Orontes--Remains of the Greek Empire--The Ancient Road--The Plain of Keftin--Approach to Aleppo.

Chapter XV.

Life in Aleppo.

Our Entry into Aleppo--We are conducted to a House--Our Unexpected Welcome--The Mystery Explained--Aleppo--Its Name--Its Situation--The Trade of Aleppo--The Christians--The Revolt of 1850--Present Appearance of the City--Visit to Osman Pasha--The Citadel--View from the Battlements--Society in Aleppo--Etiquette and Costume--Jewish Marriage Festivities--A Christian Marriage Procession--Ride around the Town--Nightingales--The Aleppo Button--A Hospital for Cats--Ferhat.

Chapter XVI.

Through the Syrian Gates.

An Inauspicious Departure--The Ruined Church of St. Simon--The Plain of Antioch--A Turcoman Encampment--Climbing Akma Dagh--The Syrian Gates--Scanderoon--An American Captain--Revolt of the Koords--We take a Guard--The Field of Issus--The Robber-Chief, Kutchuk Ali--A Deserted Town--A Land of Gardens.

Chapter XVII.

Adana and Tarsus.

The Black Gate--The Plain of Cilicia--A Koord Village--Missis--Cilician Scenery--Arrival at Adana--Three days in Quarantine--We receive Pratique--A Landscape--The Plain of Tarsus--The River Cydnus--A Vision of Cleopatra--Tarsus and its Environs--The Duniktash--The Moon of Ramazan.

Chapter XVIII.

The Pass of Mount Taurus.

We enter the Taurus--Turcomans--Forest Scenery--the Palace of Pan--Khan Mezarluk--Morning among the Mountains--The Gorge of the Cydnus--The Crag of the Fortress--The Cilician Grate--Deserted Forts--A Sublime Landscape--The Gorge of the Sihoon--The Second Gate--Camp in the Defile--Sunrise--Journey up the Sihoon--A Change of Scenery--A Pastoral Valley--Kol\xFC Kushla--A Deserted Khan--A Guest in Ramazan--Flowers--The Plain of Karamania--Barren Hills--The Town of Eregli--The Hadji again

Chapter XIX.

The Plains of Karamania.

The Plains of Karamania--Afternoon Heat--A Well--Volcanic Phenomena--Karamania--A Grand Ruined Khan--Moonlight Picture--A Landscape of the Plains--Mirages--A Short Interview--The Village of Ismil--Third Day on the Plains--Approach to Konia

Chapter XX.

Scenes in Konia.

Approach to Konia--Tomb of Hazret Mevlana--Lodgings in a Khan--An American Luxury--A Night-Scene in Ramazan--Prayers in the Mosque--Remains of the Ancient City--View from the Mosque--The Interior--A Leaning Minaret--The Diverting History of the Muleteers

Chapter XXI.

The Heart of Asia Minor.

Scenery of the Hills--Ladik, the Ancient Laodicea--The Plague of Gad-Flies--Camp at Ilg\xFCn--A Natural Warm Bath--The Gad-Flies Again--A Summer Landscape--Ak-Sheher--The Base of Sultan Dagh--The Fountain of Midas--A Drowsy Journey--The Town of Bolawad\xFCn

Chapter XXII.

The Forests of Phrygia.

The Frontier of Phrygia--Ancient Quarries and Tombs--We Enter the Pine Forests--A Guard-House--Encampments of the Turcomans--Pastoral Scenery--A Summer Village--The Valley of the Tombs--Rock Sepulchres of the Phrygian Kings--The Titan's Camp--The Valley of K\xFCmbeh--A Land of Flowers--Turcoman Hospitality--The Exiled Effendis--The Old Turcoman--A Glimpse of Arcadia--A Landscape--Interested Friendship--The Valley of the Pursek--Arrival at Kiutahya

Chapter XXIII.

Kiutahya, and the Ruins of \x8Czani.

Entrance into Kiutahya--The New Khan--An Unpleasant Discovery--Kiutahya--The Citadel--Panorama from the Walls--The Gorge of the Mountains--Camp in a Meadow--The Valley of the Rhyndacus--Chavd\xFCr--The Ruins of \x8Czani--The Acropolis and Temple--The Theatre and Stadium--Ride down the Valley--Camp at Daghjk\xF6i

Chapter XXIV.

The Mysian Olympus.

Journey Down the Valley--The Plague of Grasshoppers--A Defile--The Town of Taushanl\xFC--The Camp of Famine--We leave the Rhyndacus--The Base of Olympus--Primeval Forests--The Guard-House--Scenery of the Summit--Forests of Beech--Saw-Mills--Descent of the Mountain--The View of Olympus--Morning--The Land of Harvest--Aineghi\xF6l--A Showery Ride--The Plain of Brousa--The Structure of Olympus--We reach Brousa--The Tent is Furled

Chapter XXV.

Brousa and the Sea of Marmora.

The City of Brousa--Return to Civilization--Storm--The Kalputcha Hammam--A Hot Bath--A Foretaste of Paradise--The Streets and Bazaars of Brousa--The Mosque--The Tombs of the Ottoman Sultans--Disappearance of the Katurgees--We start for Moudania--The Sea of Marmora--Moudania--Passport Difficulties--A Greek Ca\xEFque--Breakfast with the Fishermen--A Torrid Voyage--The Princes' Islands--Prinkipo--Distant View of Constantinople--We enter the Golden Horn

Chapter XXVI.

The Night of Predestination.

Constantinople in Ramazan--The Origin of the Fast--Nightly Illuminations--The Night of Predestination--The Golden Horn at Night--Illumination of the Shores---The Cannon of Constantinople--A Fiery Panorama--The Sultan's Ca\xEFque--Close of the Celebration--A Turkish Mob--The Dancing Dervishes

Chapter XXVII.

The Solemnities of Bairam.

The Appearance of the New Moon--The Festival of Bairam--The Interior of the Seraglio--The Pomp of the Sultan's Court--Reschid Pasha--The Sultan's Dwarf--Arabian Stallions--The Imperial Guard--Appearance of the Sultan--The Inner Court--Return of the Procession--The Sultan on his Throne--The Homage of the Pashas--An Oriental Picture--Kissing the Scarf--The Shekh el-Isl\xE0m--The Descendant of the Caliphs--Bairam Commences

Chapter XXVIII.

The Mosques of Constantinople.

Sojourn at Constantinople--Semi-European Character of the City--The Mosque--Procuring a Firman--The Seraglio--The Library--The Ancient Throne-Room--Admittance to St. Sophia--Magnificence of the Interior--The Marvellous Dome--The Mosque of Sultan Achmed--The Sulemanye--Great Conflagrations--Political Meaning of the Fires--Turkish Progress--Decay of the Ottoman Power

Chapter XXIX.

Farewell to the Orient--Malta.

Embarcation--Farewell to the Orient--Leaving Constantinople--A Wreck--The Dardanelles--Homeric Scenery--Smyrna Revisited--The Grecian Isles--Voyage to Malta--Detention--La Valetta--The Maltese--The Climate--A Boat for Sicily

Chapter XXX.

The Festival of St. Agatha.

Departure from Malta--The Speronara--Our Fellow-Passengers--The First Night on Board--Sicily--Scarcity of Provisions--Beating in the Calabrian Channel--The Fourth Morning--The Gulf of Catania--A Sicilian Landscape--The Anchorage--The Suspected List--The Streets of Catania--Biography of St. Agatha--The Illuminations--The Procession of the Veil--The Biscari Palace--The Antiquities of Catania--The Convent of St. Nicola

Chapter XXXI.

The Eruption of Mount Etna.

The Mountain Threatens--The Signs Increase--We Leave Catania--Gardens Among the Lava--Etna Labors--Aci Reale--The Groans of Etna--The Eruption--Gigantic Tree of Smoke--Formation of the New Crater--We Lose Sight of the Mountain--Arrival at Messina--Etna is Obscured--Departure

Chapter XXXII.

Gibraltar.

Unwritten Links of Travel--Departure from Southampton--The Bay of Biscay--Cintra--Trafalgar--Gibraltar at Midnight--Landing--Search for a Palm-Tree--A Brilliant Morning--The Convexity of the Earth--Sun-Worship--The Rock

Chapter XXXIII.

Cadiz and Seville.

Voyage to Cadiz--Landing--The City--Its Streets--The Women of Cadiz--Embarkation for Seville--Scenery of the Guadalquivir--Custom House Examination--The Guide--The Streets of Seville--The Giralda--The Cathedral of Seville--The Alcazar--Moorish Architecture--Pilate's House--Morning View from the Giralda--Old Wine--Murillos--My Last Evening in Seville

Chapter XXXIV.

Journey in a Spanish Diligence.

Spanish Diligence Lines--Leaving Seville--An Unlucky Start--Alcal\xE0 of the Bakers--Dinner at Carmona--A Dehesa--The Mayoral and his Team--Ecija--Night Journey--Cordova--The Cathedral-Mosque--Moorish Architecture--The Sierra Morena--A Rainy Journey--A Chapter of Accidents--Baylen--The Fascination of Spain--Jaen--The Vega of Granada

Chapter XXXV.

Granada and the Alhambra.

Mateo Ximenez, the Younger--The Cathedral of Granada--A Monkish Miracle--Catholic Shrines--Military Cherubs--The Royal Chapel--The Tombs of Ferdinand and Isabella--Chapel of San Juan de Dios--The Albaycin--View of the Vega--The Generalife--The Alhambra--Torra de la Vela--The Walls and Towers--A Visit to Old Mateo--The Court of the Fishpond--The Halls of the Alhambra--Character of the Architecture-- Hall of the Abencerrages--Hall of the Two Sisters--The Moorish Dynasty in Spain

Chapter XXXVI.

The Bridle-Roads of Andalusia.

Change of Weather--Napoleon and his Horses--Departure from Granada--My Guide, Jos\xE9 Garcia--His Domestic Troubles--The Tragedy of the Umbrella--The Vow against Aguardiente--Crossing the Vega--The Sierra Nevada--The Baths of Alhama--"Woe is Me, Alhama!"--The Valley of the River V\xE9lez--V\xE9lez Malaga--The Coast Road--The Fisherman and his Donkey--Malaga--Summer Scenery--The Story of Don Pedro, without Fear and without Care--The Field of Monda--A Lonely Venta

Chapter XXXVII.

The Mountains of Fonda.

Orange Valleys--Climbing the Mountains--Jos\xE9's Hospitality--El Burgo--The Gate of the Wind--The Cliff and Cascades of Ronda--The Mountain Region--Traces of the Moors--Haunts of Robbers--A Stormy Ride--The Inn at Gaucin--Bad News--A Boyish Auxiliary--Descent from the Mountains--The Ford of the Guadiaro--Our Fears Relieved--The Cork Woods--Ride from San Roque to Gibraltar--Parting with Jos\xE9--Travelling in Spain--Conclusion


VIEWS A-FOOT;
Or, EUROPE SEEN WITH KNAPSACK AND STAFF.
By J. Bayard Taylor.
CONTENTS


PREFACE.
VIEWS A-FOOT.
PART 1.
CHAPTER I. \x97 THE VOYAGE.
CHAPTER II. \x97 A DAY IN IRELAND.
CHAPTER III. \x97 BEN LOMOND AND THE HIGHLAND LAKES.
CHAPTER IV. \x97 THE BURNS FESTIVAL.
CHAPTER V. \x97 WALK FROM EDINBURG OVER THE BORDER AND ARRIVAL AT LONDON.
CHAPTER VI. \x97 SOME OF THE "SIGHTS" OF LONDON.
CHAPTER VII. \x97 FLIGHT THROUGH BELGIUM.
CHAPTER VIII. \x97 THE RHINE TO HEIDELBERG.
CHAPTER IX. \x97 SCENES IN AND AROUND HEIDELBERG.
CHAPTER X. \x97 A WALK THROUGH THE ODENWALD.
CHAPTER XI. \x97 SCENES IN FRANKFORT\x97AN AMERICAN COMPOSER\x97THE POET FREILIGRATH.
CHAPTER XII. \x97 A WEEK AMONG THE STUDENTS.
CHAPTER XIII. \x97 CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR IN GERMANY.
CHAPTER XIV. \x97 WINTER IN FRANKFORT\x97A FAIR, AN INUNDATION AND A FIRE.
CHAPTER XV. \x97 THE DEAD AND THE DEAF\x97MENDELSSOHN THE COMPOSER.
PART 2.
CHAPTER XVI. \x97 JOURNEY ON FOOT FROM FRANKFORT TO CASSEL.
CHAPTER XVII. \x97 ADVENTURES AMONG THE HARTZ.
CHAPTER XVIII. \x97 NOTES IN LEIPSIC AND DRESDEN.
CHAPTER XIX. \x97 RAMBLES IN THE SAXON SWITZERLAND.
CHAPTER XX. \x97 SCENES IN PRAGUE.
CHAPTER XXI. \x97 JOURNEY THROUGH EASTERN BOHEMIA AND MORAVIA TO THE DANUBE.
CHAPTER XXII. \x97 VIENNA.
CHAPTER XXIII. \x97 UP THE DANUBE.
CHAPTER XXIV. \x97 THE UNKNOWN STUDENT.
CHAPTER XXV. \x97 THE AUSTRIAN ALPS.
CHAPTER XXVI. \x97 MUNICH.
CHAPTER XXVII. \x97 THROUGH WURTEMBERG TO HEIDELBERG.
CHAPTER XXVIII. \x97 FREIBURG AND THE BLACK FOREST.
CHAPTER XXIX. \x97 PEOPLE AND PLACES IN EASTERN SWITZERLAND.
CHAPTER XXX. \x97 PASSAGE OF THE ST. GOTHARD AND DESCENT INTO ITALY.
CHAPTER XXXI. \x97 MILAN.
CHAPTER XXXII. \x97 WALK FROM MILAN TO GENOA.
CHAPTER XXXIII. \x97 SCENES IN GENOA, LEGHORN AND PISA.
CHAPTER XXXIV. \x97 FLORENCE AND ITS GALLERIES.
CHAPTER XXXV. \x97 A PILGRIMAGE TO VALLOMBROSA.
CHAPTER XXXVI. \x97 WALK TO SIENA AND PRATOLINO\x97INCIDENTS IN FLORENCE.
CHAPTER XXXVII. \x97 AMERICAN ART IN FLORENCE.
CHAPTER XXXVIII. \x97 AN ADVENTURE ON THE GREAT ST. BERNARD\x97WALKS AROUND FLORENCE.
CHAPTER XXXIX. \x97 WINTER TRAVELING AMONG THE APPENINES.
CHAPTER XL. \x97 ROME
CHAPTER XLI. \x97 TIVOLI AND THE ROMAN CAMPAGNA.
CHAPTER XLII. \x97
CHAPTER XLIII. \x97 PILGRIMAGE TO VAUCLUSE AND JOURNEY UP THE RHONE.
CHAPTER XLIV. \x97 TRAVELING IN BURGUNDY\x97THE MISERIES OF A COUNTRY DILIGENCE.
CHAPTER XLV. \x97 POETICAL SCENES IN PARIS.
CHAPTER XLVI. \x97 A GLIMPSE OF NORMANDY.
CHAPTER XLVII. \x97 LOCKHART, BERNARD BARTON AND CROLY -- LONDON CHIMES AND GREENWICH FAIR.
CHAPTER XLVIII. \x97 HOMEWARD BOUND -- CONCLUSION.

FAUST
By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
With Illustrations By Harry Clarke
Translated Into English, In The Original Metres, By Bayard Taylor
CONTENTS
PREFACE
AN GOETHE
DEDICATION
PRELUDE AT THE THEATRE
PROLOGUE IN HEAVEN
SCENE I. NIGHT (Faust's Monologue)
II. BEFORE THE CITY-GATE
III. THE STUDY (The Exorcism)
IV. THE STUDY (The Compact)
V. AUERBACH'S CELLAR
VI. WITCHES' KITCHEN
VII. A STREET
VIII. EVENING
IX. PROMENADE
X. THE NEIGHBOR'S HOUSE
XI. STREET
XII. GARDEN
XIII. A GARDEN-ARBOR
XIV. FOREST AND CAVERN
XV. MARGARET'S ROOM
XVI. MARTHA'S GARDEN
XVII. AT THE FOUNTAIN
XVIII. DONJON (Margaret's Prayer)
XIX. NIGHT (Valentine's Death)
XX. CATHEDRAL
XXI. WALPURGIS-NIGHT
XXII. OBERON AND TITANIA'S GOLDEN WEDDING
XXIII. DREARY DAY
XXIV. NIGHT
XXV. DUNGEON

NORTHERN TRAVEL
By Bayard Taylor


CONTENTS.
CHAPTER I.
A WINTER VOYAGE ON THE BALTIC
Embarking at L\xFCbeck\x97Put into a Hut\x97The Company on Board\x97Night on the Baltic\x97Ystad\x97A Life Lost\x97Stopped by Ice\x97A Gale\x97The Swedish Coast\x97Arrival at Dalar\xF6\x97Conscientious Custom-House Officer	13

CHAPTER II.
STOCKHOLM\x97PREPARATIONS FOR THE NORTH.
Departure in Sleds\x97A Meteor\x97Winter Scenery\x97Swedish Post- Stations
\x97View of Stockholm\x97Arrival\x97Stockholm Weather\x97Swedish Ignorance of the North\x97Funds\x97Equipment	21

CHAPTER III.
FIRST EXPERIENCES OF NORTHERN TRAVEL.
A Swedish Diligence\x97Aspect of the Country\x97Upsala\x97A Fellow- Passenger\x97The Northern Gods\x97Scenery\x97Churches\x97Peasant's Houses\x97Arrival at Gefle\x97F\xF6rbud Papers\x97Speaking Swedish
\x97Daylight at Gefle\x97A Cold Italian\x97Experience of Skjuts and F\xF6rbud\x97We reach Snow\x97Night Travel\x97An Arabic Landlord\x97A Midnight Chase\x97Quarters at Bro\x97The Second Day\x97We reach Sundsvall	27
 	 [Pg viii]
CHAPTER IV.
A SLEIGH RIDE THROUGH NORRLAND.
Sundsvall and the Norrlanders\x97Purchase Sleighs\x97Start again\x97 Driving on the Ice\x97Breakfast at Fj\xE4l\x97Twilight Hymn\x97Angermannland \x97A Bleak Day\x97Scenery of Norrland\x97Postillions\x97Increase of Cold \x97Dark Travel\x97The Norrland People\x97The Country and its Products \x97Northern Thanks\x97Ume\xE5\x97The Inn at Innertafle	39

CHAPTER V.
PROGRESS NORTHWARD\x97A STORM.
Christmas Temperature\x97First Experience of intense Cold\x97Phenomena thereof\x97Arctic Travel\x97Splendour of the Scenery\x97The Northern Nature\x97Gross Appetites\x97My Nose and the Mercury Frozen\x97Dreary Travel\x97Skellefte\xE5 and its Temple\x97A Winter Storm\x97The Landlady at Abyn\x97Ploughing out\x97Travelling in a Tempest\x97Reach Pite\xE5.	50

CHAPTER VI.
JOURNEY FROM PITE\xC5 TO HAPARANDA.
Torment\x97Under the Aurora Borealis\x97A Dismal Night\x97Around the Bothnian Gulf\x97Forest Scenery\x97M\xE5nsbyn\x97The Suspicious Iron-Master \x97Brother Horton and the Cold\x97A Trial of Languages\x97Another Storm\x97New Year's Day\x97Entrance into Finland\x97The Finns\x97Haparanda	62

CHAPTER VII.
CROSSING THE ARCTIC CIRCLE.
Medical Treatment\x97The Kind Fredrika\x97Morals in the North\x97Our Quarters at Haparanda\x97Vain Questions\x97Start for Lapland\x97Arctic Daylight\x97Campbell's Torne\xE5\x97A Finnish Inn\x97Colours of the Arctic Sky\x97Approach to Avasaxa\x97Crossing the Arctic Circle\x97An Afternoon Sunset\x97Reception at Juoxengi	72
 	 [Page ix]
CHAPTER VIII.
ADVENTURES AMONG THE FINNS.
Journey up the Torne\xE5\x97Wonders of the Winter Woods\x97Lapps and Reindeer\x97My Finnish Vocabulary\x97A Night Journey\x97Reception at Kengis\x97Continue the Journey\x97Finnish Sleds\x97A Hard Day\x97The Inn at Jokijalka\x97Its Inmates\x97Life in a Finnish Hut\x97An Arctic Picture\x97A Frozen Country\x97Kihlangi\x97A Polar Night\x97Parkajoki\x97We reach Muoniovara.	83

CHAPTER IX.
LIFE IN LAPLAND.
Reception at Muoniovara\x97Mr. Wolley\x97Our Lapland Home\x97A Finnish Bath\x97Send for Reindeer\x97A Finnish House\x97Stables\x97The Reindeer Pulk\x97My first Attempt at driving Reindeer\x97Failure and Success \x97Muonioniska\x97View from the Hill\x97Fears of an old Finn\x97The Discovery of America\x97A Lapp Witch\x97Reindeer Accident	98

CHAPTER X.
A REINDEER JOURNEY ACROSS LAPLAND.
Preparations for the Journey\x97Departure\x97A lazy Deer\x97"Long Isaac"\x97An Auroral Spectacle\x97A Night at Palajoki\x97The Table-Land of Lapland
\x97Sagacity of the Deer\x97Driving a wild Reindeer\x97Polar Poetry\x97
Lippaj\xE4rvi\x97Picture of a Lapp\x97The Night\x97A Phantom Journey\x97The Track lost\x97A Lapp Encampment\x97Two Hours in a Lapp Tent\x97We start again\x97Descent into Norway\x97Heavy Travel\x97Lapp Hut in Siepe\x97A Fractious Reindeer\x97Drive to Kautokeino	101

CHAPTER XI.
KAUTOKEINO\x97A DAY WITHOUT A SUN.
Lapland Etiquette\x97The Inn\x97Quarters at the L\xE4nsman's\x97Situation of Kautokeino\x97Climate\x97Life\x97Habits of the Population\x97Approach of Sunrise\x97Church Service in Lapland\x97Cold Religion\x97Noonday without Sunrise\x97The North and the South\x97A Vision\x97Visits of the [Pg x]Lapps\x97Lars Kaino\x97A Field for Portrait-painting\x97Character of the Lapp Race\x97
Their present Condition\x97The religious Outbreak at Kautokeino\x97
Pastor Hvoslef\x97A Piano in Lapland\x97The Schools\x97Visit to a Gamme	126

CHAPTER XII.
THE RETURN TO MUONIOVARA.
Advantages of Lapp Costume\x97Turning Southward\x97Departure from Kautokeino\x97A Lapp Hut\x97Religion\x97The Reindeer\x97Their Qualities \x97Treatment by the Lapps\x97Annoyances of Reindeer Travel\x97
Endurance of Northern Girls\x97The Table-Land\x97The "Roof of the World"\x97Journey to Lippaj\xE4rvi\x97Descent to the Muonio\x97Female Curiosity\x97The Return to Muoniovara\x97Prosaic Life of the Lapps\x97Modern Prudery	141

CHAPTER XIII.
ABOUT THE FINNS.
Change of Plans\x97Winter in Lapland\x97The Finns\x97Their Physical Appearance\x97Character\x97Drunkenness\x97A Spiritual Epidemic\x97 Morality\x97Contradictory Customs\x97Family Names and Traditions \x97Apathy of Northern Life\x97The Polar Zone\x97Good Qualities of the Race\x97An English Naturalist	154

CHAPTER XIV.
EXPERIENCES OF ARCTIC WEATHER.
Departure from Muoniovara\x9750\xB0 below Zero\x97A terrible Day\x97An Arctic Night\x97Jokijalka again\x97Travelling down the Torne\xE5\x97A Night at Kardis\x97Increase of Daylight\x97Juoxengi\x97A Struggle for Life\x97
Difficulty of keeping awake\x97Frozen Noses\x97The Norseman's Hell\x97Freezing Travellers\x97Full Daylight again\x97Safe Arrival at Haparanda\x97Comfort\x97The Doctor's Welcome\x97Drive to Torne\xE5\x97The Weather	164

CHAPTER XV.
INCIDENTS OF THE RETURN JOURNEY.
Mild Weather!\x97Miraculous Scenery\x97N\xE4sby\x97Swedish [Pg xi]Honesty \x97Adventures at Lule\xE5\x97Northern Sleds\x97Pite\xE5\x97Accident at Skellefte\xE5\x97The Norrland Climate\x97A damp Swede\x97Travelling in a Tempest\x97A Norrland Inn\x97Character of the People\x97Their Houses	177

CHAPTER XVI.
CONCLUSION OF THE ARCTIC TRIP.
Warmth and Daylight\x97Swedish Linen\x97The Northern Women\x97Progress Southward\x97Quarrel with a Postillion\x97A Model Village\x97Rough Roads\x97Scarcity of Snow\x97Arrival at Stockholm\x97Remarks on Arctic Travel\x97Scale of Temperature\x97Record of Cold	187

CHAPTER XVII.
LIFE IN STOCKHOLM.
Stockholm\x97Its Position and Appearance\x97The Streets and Houses\x97 Manner of Living\x97Swedish Diet\x97Stockholm in Spring\x97Swedish Gymnastics\x97A Grotesque Spectacle\x97Results of Gymnastics\x97Ling's System\x97The Swedish Language\x97Character of the Prose and Poetry\x97 Songs\x97Life in Stockholm	197

CHAPTER XVIII.
MANNERS AND MORALS OF STOCKHOLM.
Hospitality of the Swedes\x97Northern Frenchmen\x97Stockholm Manners \x97Dress\x97Conventionalism\x97Taking off the Hat\x97Courtesy of the Swedish\x97An Anecdote\x97King Oscar\x97The Royal Family\x97Tendency to Detraction\x97The King's Illness\x97Morals of Stockholm\x97Illegitimate Births\x97Sham Morality\x97Causes of Immorality\x97Drunkenness\x97An Incident	210

CHAPTER XIX.
JOURNEY TO GOTTENBURG AND COPENHAGEN.
Appearance of Spring\x97Departure from Stockholm\x97The Gotha Canal \x97Vreta Kloster\x97Scenery of the Wener\x97European Ideas concerning America\x97A Democratic Nobleman\x97The Gotha River\x97Gottenburg\x97[Pg xii]The Giant's Pots\x97The Cattegat\x97Elsinore\x97The Sound Dues\x97Copenhagen and its Inhabitants\x97Thorwaldsen\x97Interview with Hans Christian Andersen\x97Goldschmidt\x97Prof. Rafn.	222

CHAPTER XX.
RETURN TO THE NORTH.\x97CHRISTIANIA.
Visit to Germany and England\x97The Steamer at Hull\x97The North Sea \x97Fellow-Passengers\x97Christiansand\x97The Coast of Norway\x97Arrival at Christiania\x97Preparations for Travelling\x97The Carriole\x97Progress of Christiania\x97Beauty of its Environs	235

CHAPTER XXI.
INCIDENTS OF CARRIOLE TRAVEL.
Disinterested Advice\x97Departure\x97Alarm\x97Descending the Hills\x97The Skyds System\x97Krogkleven\x97The King's View\x97Country and Country People\x97Summer Scenery\x97The Randsfjord\x97A Cow-Whale\x97The Mi\xF6sen Lake\x97More than we bargained for\x97Astonishing Kindness\x97The Lake from a Steamer	242

CHAPTER XXII.
GULDBRANDSDAL AND THE DOVRE FJELD.
Lillehammer\x97A Sabbath Morning\x97A Picture of Dahi\x97Guldbrandsdal \x97Annoyances of Norwegian Travel\x97The Lougen River\x97Cataracts
\x97The Station at Viik\x97Sinclair's Defeat\x97Pass of the Rusten\x97The Upper Valley\x97Scenery of the Dovre Fjeld\x97Solitude of the Mountains\x97 Jerkin\x97Summit of the Fjeld\x97Nature in the North\x97Defile of the Driv\x97A Silent Country\x97Valley of the Orkla\x97Park Scenery\x97A Cunning Hostess\x97Solidity of Norwegian Women	254

CHAPTER XXIII.
DRONTHEIM.\x97VOYAGE UP THE COAST OF NORWAY.
Panorama of Drontheim\x97Its Streets and Houses\x97Quarters at the Hotel\x97Protestant High Mass\x97Norwegian Steamers\x97Parting View of \x97[Pg xiii]Drontheim\x97The Namsen Fjord\x97Settlements on the Coast\x97The Rock of Torgh\xE4tten\x97The Seven Sisters\x97Singular Coast Scenery\x97The Horseman\x97Crossing the Arctic Circle\x97Coasting Craft\x97Bod\xF6\x97An Arctic Sunset	269

CHAPTER XXIV.
THE LOFODEN ISLES.
Habits of the Arctic Summer\x97The Lofoden Islands\x97Mosk\xF6e\x97The Myth of the Maelstr\xF6m\x97The Lofoden Fishermen\x97Improvement in the People\x97Lofoden Scenery\x97The Rasksund\x97Disappearance of Daylight\x97Character of the Scenery\x97Troms\xF6e at Midnight	281

CHAPTER XXV.
FINMARK AND HAMMERFEST.
Visit to the Lapps\x97Scenery of Tromsdal\x97Phenomena of the Arctic Summer\x97The Lapp Gammes\x97A Herd of Reindeer\x97The Midnight Sun and its Effect\x97Scenery of the Alten Fjord\x97Pastor Hvoslef\x97Mr. Thomas and his Home\x97Altengaard\x97A Polar Bishop\x97An Excited Discussion\x97Whales\x97Appearance of Hammerfest\x97Fishy Quarters	289

CHAPTER XXVI.
THE MIDNIGHT SUN.
Plans of Travellers\x97Ship for the Varanger Fjord\x97Scenery of Mager\xF6e\x97Miraculous Provision for human Life\x97Fisheries on the Coast\x97The Porsanger Fjord\x97Coast Scenery\x97Sv\xE6rholtklub\x97Rousing the Sea Gulls\x97Picture of the Midnight Sun\x97Loss of a Night\x97The Church of the Lapps\x97Wonderful Rock-painting\x97Nordkyn	300

CHAPTER XXVII.
THE VARANGER FJORD\x97ARCTIC LIFE.
The Tana Fjord\x97Another Midnight\x97Desolation\x97Arctic Life\x97The Varanger Fjord\x97The Fort of Vard\xF6huus\x97Arrival at Vads\xF6\x97Summer there\x97More of the Lapps\x97Climate and Delights of Living\x97Rich [Pg xiv]Fishing\x97Jolly young Englishmen\x97Daylight Life\x97Its Effects, physical and Moral\x97Trees of Hammerfest\x97An astronomical Monument	310

CHAPTER XXVIII.
THE RETURN TO DARKNESS\x97NORWEGIAN CHARACTER.
Splendour of the Northern Coast Scenery\x97Growth of Vegetation \x97Government of the Lapps\x97Pastor Lamers and his Secession\x97 Religion in the North\x97An intelligent Clergyman\x97Discussions on Board\x97Starlight and Lamp-light\x97Character of the Norwegians \x97Their national Vanity\x97Jealousy of Sweden	321

CHAPTER XXIX.
DRONTHEIM AND BERGEN.
Trouble at Drontheim\x97Valley of the Nid\x97The Lierfoss\x97Picture of Christiansund\x97Molde and Romsdal\x97The Vikings and their Descendants\x97The Rock of Hornelen\x97Rainy Bergen\x97A Group of Lepers\x97Norwegian Filth\x97Licentiousness\x97Picture of Bergen\x97Its Streets\x97Drunkenness\x97Days of Sunshine\x97Home-sick for Hammerfest \x97The Museum\x97Delays and dear Charges	330

CHAPTER XXX.
A TRIP TO THE V\xD6RING-FOSS
Parting View of Bergen\x97Lovely Scenery\x97Interested Kindness\x97The Roads of Norway\x97Uncomfortable Quarters\x97Voyage on the Osterfjord \x97Bolstad\xF6ren\x97Swindling Postillions\x97Arrival at Vossevangen\x97 Morning Scenery\x97Agriculture in Norway\x97Destruction of the Forests \x97Descent to Vasenden\x97A Captain on Leave\x97Crossing the Fjeld\x97The Shores of Ulvik\x97Hardanger Scenery\x97Angling and Anglers\x97Pedar Halstensen\x97National Song of Norway\x97S\xE6b\xF6\x97A stupendous Defile\x97 Ascent of the Fjeld\x97Plateau of the Hardanger
\x97The V\xF6ring-Foss\x97Its Grandeur\x97A S\xE6ter Hut\x97Wonderful Wine	341
 	 [Pg xv]
CHAPTER XXXI.
SKETCHES FROM THE BERGENSTIFT.
Peder's Embarrassment\x97His Drowning\x97The Landlady\x97Morning at Ulvik\x97A Norwegian Girl\x97Female Ugliness\x97Return to Vossevangen \x97Indolence\x97Detention at Stalheim\x97Scenery of the Naer\xF6dal\x97 Postillions\x97On the Gudvangen Fjord\x97The Sogne Fjord\x97Transparency of the Water\x97The Boatmen	359

CHAPTER XXXII.
HALLINGDAL\x97THE COUNTRY-PEOPLE OF NORWAY.
Roads to Christiania\x97Southern Sunshine\x97Saltenaaset\x97The Church of Borgund\x97Top of the Fille Fjeld\x97Natives on Sunday\x97Peculiar Female Costume\x97Scarcity of Milk and Water\x97The Peak of Saaten\x97A Breakfast at Ekre\x97Hallingdal\x97Wages of Labourers\x97Valley Scenery \x97How F\xF6rbuds are sent\x97General Swindling\x97Character of the Norwegians for Honesty\x97Illustrations\x97Immorality\x97A "Cutty Sark" \x97Charms of Green	370

CHAPTER XXXIII.
TELLEMARK AND THE RIUKAN-FOSS.
The Silver Mines of Kongsberg\x97Roads in Tellemark\x97Bargaining for Horses\x97The Inn at Bolkesj\xF6\x97Sleeping Admonitions\x97Smashing Travel\x97Tinoset\x97The Tind Lake\x97A Norwegian Farm-House\x97The Westfjord-dal and its Scenery\x97Ole Torgensen's Daughter\x97The Valley\x97A Leper\x97Defile of the Maan Elv\x97Picture of the Riukan-Foss \x97Its Beauty\x97A Twilight View\x97Supper at Ole's\x97The Comprehension of Man\x97A singular Ravine\x97Hitterdal\x97How respectable People live \x97The old Church\x97Return to Christiania	383

CHAPTER XXXIV.
NORWAY AND SWEDEN.
Norwegian Honesty\x97The Country People\x97Illicit Connections\x97The Icelandic Language\x97Professor Munck\x97The Storthing\x97The [Pg xvi]Norwegian Constitution\x97The Farmer-State\x97Conversation between a German Author and a Swedish Statesman\x97Gottenburg\x97A Fire\x97Swedish Honesty and Courtesy\x97The Falls of Trollh\xE4tten	398

CHAPTER XXXV.
A TRAMP THROUGH WERMELAND AND DALECARLIA.
Our Route\x97Leaving Carlstad\x97The Scenery\x97Valley of the Klar Elv \x97Ohls\xE4ter\x97Wedding Arches\x97Asplund\x97A Night Journey\x97Adventures in search of a Bed\x97Entrance into Dalecarlia\x97The Farmers at Tyngsj\xF6\x97Journey through the Woods\x97The People at Westerdal\x97The Landlord at R\xE5gsveden\x97The Landlady\x97Dalecarlian Morality\x97A L\xE4sare\x97The Postillion\x97Poverty\x97A Dalecarlian Boy\x97Reception at Kettbo\x97Nocturnal Conversation\x97Little Pehr\x97The female Postillion \x97The L\xE4sare in Dalecarlia\x97View of Mora Valley	407

CHAPTER XXXVI.
LAST DAYS IN THE NORTH.
Mora Scenery\x97"The Parsonage of Mora"\x97The Magister\x97Peasants from Upper Elfdal\x97Scenery of the Siljan\x97Hymns on Board\x97Opinions of the L\xE4sare\x97Their Increase\x97Conversation with the Peasants\x97 Leksand\x97The Domprost Hvasser\x97Walk in the Garden\x97Dalecarlian Songs\x97Rainy Travel\x97Fahlun\x97Journey to Upsala\x97The Cholera\x97The Mound of Odin\x97Sk\xE5l to the Gods\x97The End of Summer in Stockholm\x97Farewell to the North	425

A HISTORY OF GERMANY
From The Earliest Times To The Present Day
By Bayard Taylor


CONTENTS.
\x97The ancient Germans and their country. (330 B. C.\x9770 B. C.)
\x97The wars of Rome with the Germans. (70 B. C.\x979 A. D.)
\x97Hermann, the first German leader. (9\x9721 A. D.)
\x97Germany during the first three centuries of our era. (21\x97300 A. D.)
\x97The rise and migrations of the Goths. (300\x97412.)
\x97The invasion of the Huns, and its consequences. (412\x97472.)
\x97The rise and fall of the Ostrogoths. (472\x97570.)
\x97Europe, at the end of the migration of the races. (570.)
\x97The kingdom of the Franks. (486\x97638.)
\x97The dynasty of the royal stewards. (638\x97768.)
\x97The reign of Charlemagne. (768\x97814.)
\x97The emperors of the Carolingian line. (814\x97911.)
\x97King Konrad, and the Saxon rulers, Henry I. and Otto the Great. (912\x97973.)
\x97The decline of the Saxon dynasty. (973\x971024.)
\x97The Frank emperors, to the death of Henry IV. (1024\x971106.)
\x97End of the Frank dynasty, and rise of the Hohenstaufens. (1106\x971152.)
\x97The reign of Frederick I., Barbarossa. (1152\x971197.)
\x97The reign of Frederick II. and end of the Hohenstaufen line. (1215\x971268.)
\x97Germany at the time of the interregnum. (1256\x971273.)
\x97From Rudolf of Hapsburg To Ludwig the Bavarian. (1273\x971347.)
\x97The Luxemburg emperors, Karl IV. and Wenzel. (1347\x971410.)
\x97The reign of Sigismund and the Hussite war. (1410\x971437.)
\x97The foundation of the Hapsburg dynasty. (1438\x971493.)
\x97Germany, during the reign of Maximilian I. (1493\x971519.)
\x97The Reformation. (1517\x971546.)
\x97From Luther's death to the end of the 16th century. (1546\x971600.)
\x97Beginning of the Thirty Years' War. (1600\x971625.)
\x97Tilly, Wallenstein and Gustavus Adolphus. (1625\x971634.)
\x97End of the Thirty Years' War. (1634\x971648.)
\x97Germany, to the peace of Ryswick. (1648\x971697.)
\x97The war of the Spanish succession. (1697\x971714.)
\x97The rise of Prussia. (1714\x971740.)
\x97The reign of Frederick the Great. (1740\x971786.)
\x97Germany under Maria Theresa and Joseph II. (1740\x971790.)
\x97From the death of Joseph II. to the end of the German Empire. (1790\x971806.)
\x97Germany under Napoleon. (1806\x971814.)
\x97From the liberation of Germany to the year 1848. (1814\x971848.)
\x97The Revolution of 1848 and its results. (1848\x971861.)
\x97The struggle with Austria; the North-German union. (1861\x971870.)
\x97The war with France, and establishment of the German Empire. (1870\x971871.)
\x97The new German Empire. (1871\x971893.)
\x97Chronological Table of German History.
LIST OF MAPS.
Germany under the C\xE6sars
The Migrations of the Races, A. D. 500
Empire of Charlemagne, with the Partition of the Treaty of Verdun, A. D. 843
Germany under the Saxons and Frank Emperors, Twelfth Century
Germany under Napoleon, 1812
Metz and Vicinity
The German Empire, 1871

TRAVELS IN ARABIA
Compiled And Arranged By Bayard Taylor
Revised By Thomas Stevens


CONTENTS


PAGE

CHAPTER I.

Sketch of Arabia; its Geographical Position and Ancient History

1

CHAPTER II.

Early Explorers of Arabia

8

CHAPTER III.

Niebuhr\x92s Travels in Yemen

14

CHAPTER IV.

Burckhardt\x92s Journey to Mecca and Medina

29

CHAPTER V.

Wellsted\x92s Explorations in Oman

40

CHAPTER VI.

Wellsted\x92s Discovery of an Ancient City in Hadramaut

55

CHAPTER VII.

Burton\x92s Pilgrimage

62

p. viCHAPTER VIII.

Palgrave\x92s Travels in Central Arabia: from Palestine to the Djowf

83

CHAPTER IX.

Palgrave\x92s Travels\x97Residence in the Djowf

107

CHAPTER X.

Palgrave\x92s Travels\x97Crossing the Nefood

127

CHAPTER XI.

Palgrave\x92s Travels\x97Life in Ha\x92yel

138

CHAPTER XII.

Palgrave\x92s Travels\x97Journey to Bereydah

176

CHAPTER XIII.

Palgrave\x92s Travels\x97Journey to Ri\x92ad the Capital of Nedjed

201

CHAPTER XIV.

Palgrave\x92s Travels\x97Adventures in Ri\x92ad

217

CHAPTER XV.

Palgrave\x92s Travels\x97His Escape to the Eastern Coast

240

CHAPTER XVI.

Palgrave\x92s Travels\x97Eastern Arabia

259

CHAPTER XVII.

Lady Blunt\x92s pilgrimage to Nejd

279

ILLUSTRATIONS
Night March In The Desert

Frontispiece



FACING PAGE

The Coffee Hills of Yemen

19

View of El-Medina

39

A valley in Oman

51

The ruins of Nakab El-Hadjar, in Hadramaut

59

View of Medina from the West

69

Camp at Mount Arafat

77

Costume of Pilgrims to Mecca

81

William Gifford Palgrave

84

An Arab Chief

105

Captain Burton as a Pilgrim

129

The village of El-Suwayrkiyah

184

An arab encampment

190

Death on the desert

208


JOSEPH AND HIS FRIEND
A Story of Pennsylvania
By Bayard Taylor


CONTENTS
I.	Joseph
II.	Miss Blessing
III.	The Place and People
IV.	Miss Blessing calls on Rachel Miller
V.	Elwood's Evening, and Joseph's
VI.	In the Garden
VII.	The Blessing Family
VIII.	A Consultation
IX.	Joseph and his Friend
X.	Approaching Fate
XI.	A City Wedding
XII.	Clouds
XIII.	Presentiments
XIV.	The Amaranth
XV.	A Dinner Party
XVI.	Joseph's Trouble, and Philip's
XVII.	A Storm
XVIII.	On the Railroad Track
XIX.	The "Wharf-rat"
XX.	A Crisis
XXI.	Under the Water
XXII.	Kanuck
XXIII.	Julia's Experiment
XXIV.	Fate
XXV.	The Mourners
XXVI.	The Accusation
XXVII.	The Labels
XXVIII.	The Trial
XXIX.	New Evidence
XXX.	Mr. Blessing's Testimony
XXXI.	Beginning another Life
XXXII.	Letters—I. Joseph to Philip
XXXIII.	All are Happy





*** End of this Doctrine Publishing Corporation Digital Book "Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Bayard Taylor" ***

Doctrine Publishing Corporation provides digitized public domain materials.
Public domain books belong to the public and we are merely their custodians.
This effort is time consuming and expensive, so in order to keep providing
this resource, we have taken steps to prevent abuse by commercial parties,
including placing technical restrictions on automated querying.

We also ask that you:

+ Make non-commercial use of the files We designed Doctrine Publishing
Corporation's ISYS search for use by individuals, and we request that you
use these files for personal, non-commercial purposes.

+ Refrain from automated querying Do not send automated queries of any sort
to Doctrine Publishing's system: If you are conducting research on machine
translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a
large amount of text is helpful, please contact us. We encourage the use of
public domain materials for these purposes and may be able to help.

+ Keep it legal -  Whatever your use, remember that you are responsible for
ensuring that what you are doing is legal. Do not assume that just because
we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States,
that the work is also in the public domain for users in other countries.
Whether a book is still in copyright varies from country to country, and we
can't offer guidance on whether any specific use of any specific book is
allowed. Please do not assume that a book's appearance in Doctrine Publishing
ISYS search  means it can be used in any manner anywhere in the world.
Copyright infringement liability can be quite severe.

About ISYS® Search Software
Established in 1988, ISYS Search Software is a global supplier of enterprise
search solutions for business and government.  The company's award-winning
software suite offers a broad range of search, navigation and discovery
solutions for desktop search, intranet search, SharePoint search and embedded
search applications.  ISYS has been deployed by thousands of organizations
operating in a variety of industries, including government, legal, law
enforcement, financial services, healthcare and recruitment.



Home