But so far as he delineates pictures of Indian life and manners, and familiarizes his readers with the peculiar tone of Hindoo thought and sentiment, his Travels are far superior to those of any writer with which we have hitherto become ...
Author: Bholanauth Chunder
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Who is it can read the travels of Smellfungus , as Sterne calls him , without admiration ? To think that a person from the North of Scotland should travel through some of the finest countries in Europe , and find fault with everything ...
Category: German wit and humor
A Guest and Counsellor of Princes , whether ruling over the orient realms of sun - bright Persia , or Masters of the victorious lion of the British Empire , you would wish that the TRAVELS OF MACARIUS should present to you observations ...
Author: Marshall Poe
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
An Essay on the Enigmas of Seventeenth-century Cartography : Questions about the Confusions Underlying the Colonization of the Atlantic Coast--and Some Answers Carolyn Hutchens ._ THE TRAVELS OF JOHN SMITH'S ISLANDS AN ESSAY ON THE.
Author: Carolyn Hutchens
Publisher: Hartford : Transcendental Books
... they would that it should have lasted long. For they trowed that the body of Christ should have stunken, they made that piece, that went from the earth upwards of 8 THE TRAVELS OF Of the Cross and the Crown of our Lord Jesu Christ,
Author: Sir John Mandeville
Category: Voyages and travels
... which takes them in, and brings them back into Europe. Page i61. Continuation by the Translator. Page i7a. A Letter from Dr. Ferruginer, to the author of theft Travels. Page 174. THE THE TRAVELS O F John Gulliver, &c. CHAP.
Author: Jeanne K. Welcher
Category: English fiction
For this edition - the first completely new English translation of the Travels in over fifty years - Nigel Cliff has gone back to the original manuscript sources to produce a fresh, authoritative new version.
Author: Marco Polo
Publisher: Penguin Classics
It has one good Quality, which is, that it causes the different Airs and Seasons, which in that vast Region vary much, to make no alteration in the Body, and therefore they that travel from one Province to another make use of it.
Author: Domingo Fernández Navarrete
Pottinger, in the journal of his travels through Beloochistan towards Kirman, speaks of a caravansery " called Soormu-sing, or the stone of antimony, a name which it derives from the vast quantities of that mineral to be collected in ...
Author: Marco Polo
Publisher: J.M. Dent & Sons