The Innocents Abroad, Or, The New Pilgrims' Progress: Being Some Account of the Steamship 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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American Publishing Company, 1870 - 651 pagina's
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Twain's letters about his steamship voyage of 1867.

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Inhoudsopgave

FLORENCE
245
THE PENSIONER
246
I WANT TO GO HOME
248
THE LEANING TOWER
250
THE CONTRAST
258
ITALIAN PASTIMES
263
INCENDIARY DOCUMENT
264
CHAPTER XXVI
266
A ROMAN OF 1569
267
MAMERTINE Prison go
276
OLD Romax
278
COLISEUM OF ANCIENT ROME
281
CHAPTER XXVII
284
NOT COMPLAIN
285
HUMBOLDT HOUSE
286
DAN
288
105 BRONZE STATUE
289
106 PENMANSHIP
291
ON A BUST
293
VAULTS OF TIIE CONTENT
299
DRIED CONVEXT FRUITS 802
303
AT HOME
304
SOOTHING THE PILGRIMS 809
309
Ascent or Mt Vesuvils
313
BAY OF NAPLES 816
316
THE MUSTANG 819
320
VESUVIUS AND BAY OF NAPLES Full Page FACE PAGE 823
325
Rrixs POMPEN 327 4
329
HorsE POMPEII 835
338
VIEW OF THE ACROPOLIS LOOKING WEST
341
Ilo 843
344
THE CARYATIDES 846
350
ANCIENT ACROPOLIS 852
352
TAIL PIECE RUINS
353
QUEEN OF GREECE 855
354
PALACE AT ATIENS 856
359
MosquE OF St Sophia 863
362
TrakisH MAUSOLEUM
365
CHAPTER XXXIV
368
SLANDERED Dogs
371
Tue CExsor ox DUTY 874
381
A FRAGMENT 885
385
CHAPTER XXXVI
387
YALTA FROM THE EMPERORS PALACE 892
392
EMPEROR OF RUSSIA 893
393
TINSEL KING
399
CHAPTER XXXIX
403
SHIP EMPEROR
404
THE RECEPTIOX
405
STREET SCENE IN SYYENA
411
AX APPARENT SUCCESS
416
Journeying Toward Ancient EphesusAncient AyassalookThe Villanous
418
DEIFTING TO STARBOARD
419
A SPOILED NAP
420
ANCIENT AMPHITHEATRE AT EPHESUS
422
MODERN AMPHITHEATRE AT EPHESUS
423
RuixS OF EPHESUS
424
TUE JOURNEY
425
GRAVES OF THE SEVEN SLEEPERS
429
THE SELECTION
434
CAMPING OUT
436
TAIL PIECEABABS TENTS
437
A Good FEEDER
439
INTERESTING FÊTE
440
SUNDAY SCHOOL GRAPES 412
442
AN OLD FOGY
445
STREET CAES OF DAMASCUS
460
FULL DRESSED TOURIST
466
IMPROMPTU HOSPITAL
474
THE HORSE BAALBEC
476
OAK OF BASIIAN
479
DANGEROUY ARAB
483
CHAPTER II
488
TAILPIECEBEDOUIN CAMP 437
489
JACK
490
A DISAPPOINTED AUDIENCE
491
FIGTREE
495
FARE TOO IIIGI
497
The Buried City of PompeiiHow Dwellings Appear that have been Unoccu
500
cred Sea of GalileeGalilee by Night
503
Syerax IIoUsE
504
TIBERIAS AXD SEA OF GALILEE
506
THE GUARD
516
Mount TABOR
521
TAILPIECEGATHERING FUEL
524
CHAPTER L
525
FOCYTAIN OF THE VIRGIN 630
527
MADONNALIKE BEAUTY 031
531
PUT AY OUTDOXE 195 Tu BASTINADO 196 I WEPT
535
CHAPTER LI
537
WANT OF DIGNITY
539
AN ORIENTAL WELL 517
544
ARABS SALUTING
545
FREE SONS OF THE DESERT
546
its Prominent FeaturesDomiciled Within the Sacred Walls
551
SHECHEM
552
TaiL PIECEGATE OF JERUBALEM
556
CHAPTER LIII
558
BEGGARS IN JERUSALEM
559
CHURCH OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE
564
GRAVE OF ADAM
566
The Joy of the Whole EarthDescription of JerusalemChurch of
570
VIEW OF JERUSALEM FULL PAGE FACE PAGE
574
THE WANDERING JEW
577
MOSQUE OF OMAR
581
Rebellion in the CampCharms of Nomadic LifeDismal RumorsEn Route
586
An EPIDEMIC
589
CHARGE OX BEDOUINS
590
DEAD SEA
594
GROTTO OF THE NATIVITY FULL Page FACE PAGE
601
Jaffa Full Page FACE PAGE
606
REAR ELEVATION OF JACK
610
STREET IN ALEXANDRIA
611
VICEROY OF EGYPT
612
EASTERN MONARCI
614
Moses S BEACH
615
Room No 15
617
THE NILOMETER
620
ASCENT OF THE PYRAMIDS
621
High Hopes FRUSTRATED
625
Kings CHAMBER IN TILE PYRAMID FULL PAGE FACE PAGE
626
A POWERFUL ARGUMENT
626
PYRAMIDS AND SPHYNX FULL PAGE FACE PAGE
629
THE RELIC HIUNTER
630
TIE MAMELUKES LEAP
631
WOULD NOT BE COMFORTED
633
TAIL PIECE THE TRAVELER
634
HOMEWARD BOUxD
635
BAD COFFEE
639
OUR FRIENDS THE BERMUDIANS 610
640
CAPTAIN DUNCAN
641
TIL PIECE FINIS
651

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