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IRELAND
28
Perth to Inverness
29
Perth to Aberdeen
30
Edinburgh to Dundee
31
Edinburgh to Melrose and Abbotsford
32
Edinburgh to BerwickonTweed
33
Edinburgh to Carlisle
34
Inverness to Thurso and Wick
35
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51
360
51
Glasgow and the Clyde to Greenock
61
Portree to Lochmaddy
67
Glasgow to Edinburgh
70
Brest to Paris
71
Cherbourg to Paris
72
Paris to Brussels
73
Paris to Cologne
74
Paris to Bingen and the Rhine
75
Paris to Strasburg and the Rhine
76
Paris to Bale
77
Paris to Lausanne
78
Paris to Geneva by Mâcon
79
Paris to Turin by Mount Cenis
80
Paris to Lyons Marseilles and Nice
81
Avignon to Nîmes via the Pont du Gard
82
Paris to Vichy
83
Glasgow to Oban
84
Paris to Bordeaux and Bayonne
85
Bordeaux to Montpellier and Marseilles
86
Paris to Lourdes 8 Narbonne to Barcelona
87
Brussels to Antwerp and Rotterdam
89
Oban to Inverness
90
Brussels to Ghent Bruges and Ostend
91
Brussels to Liege AixlaChapelle and Cologne
92
Brussels to Namur Luxembourg Trèves and Bale
93
Trèves to Coblenz 398 402 404 408 410 412
94
Rotterdam to Amsterdam by the Hague and Haarlem
95
Rotterdam to Utrecht Arnheim and Cologne 416 421
96
Bale to Schaffhausen and Constance
97
Schaffhausen to Zurich
98
Zurich to Coire and the Splugen Pass to Como
99
Zurich to Davos
100
The Engadine
101
Bale to Zurich by Olten
102
Bale to Lucerne
103
Zurich to Lucerne
104
Oban to Mull and Skye
105
The Lake of Lucerne
106
Lucerne and the St Gothard Pass to Como and the Lago Maggiore
107
Lucerne to Interlaken by the Brünig Pass
108
Interlaken to Lauterbrunnen and Grindelwald by the Wengern
109
Grindelwald to Meyringen by the Great Scheideck
110
Meyringen to the Grimsel Hospice
111
Geneva to Lausanne by Vevay including the Lake of Geneva
112
Geneva to Milan by the Simplon Pass
113
Bale to Bienne
114
Andermatt to the Furca Pass
115
Rhone Glacier to Brieg
116
ENGLAND
117
Geneva to Chamouni
118
Martigny to Chamouni by the Tete Noire
119
Visp to Zermatt
120
Martigny to the Great St Bernard
121
Geneva to Bale by Freyburg and Berne
122
Carlisle to Liverpool
123
Berne to Thun and Interlaken
124
Thun to Leuk by the Gemmi Pass
125
The Bernina Pass
126
Switzerland to the Tyrol
127
Liverpool to London Shooter
128
Cologne to Bremen
129
Cologne to Hamburg
130
Cologne to Leipsic
131
The Saxon Switzerland
132
Berlin to Hamburg
133
Berlin to Stettin
134
Berlin to Dresden
135
Berlin to FrankfortontheMain
136
Berlin to St Petersburg
137
The Moselle Valley
138
The Rhine from Mayence to Cologne
139
Mayence to FrankfortontheMain
140
Frankfort to Munich
149
Munich to Oberammergau
150
Frankfort to Bale
151
Offenburg to Constance
152
Munich to Ratisbon
153
Passau to Linz
154
Munich to Lindau
155
Munich to Verona
156
Munich to Vienna
157
Vienna to Dresden
158
Paris to Turin
163
Modane to Turin
164
Turin to Milan
165
Arona to Milan
166
Turin to Genoa
167
Genoa to Milan by Pavia
168
Milan to Como
169
436
170
Milan to Lake Maggiore
171
Geneva to Pisa
172
Milan to Florence and Brindisi
173
Florence to Venice by Bologna and Padua
174
Florence to Pisa by Pistoja and Lucca
175
Bologna to Ravenna
176
Florence to Leghorn by Pisa
177
Pisa to Rome by Civita Vecchia
178
Florence to Rome
179
Perugia to Rome
180
Florence to Siena
181
Rome to Naples
182
Southampton to London
183
Naples to Palermo
184
675
185
Bayonne to Madrid by Pampeluna and Saragossa
186
Madrid to Toledo
187
Madrid to Alicante
188
Madrid to Carthagena
189
Madrid to Valencia
190
London to Windsor and Stoke Pogis 42 London to Oxford StratfordonAvon Warwick and Kenilworth
190
Madrid to Cordova Seville and Cadiz
191
Madrid to Cordova and Malaga
192
Malaga to Granada
193
Valencia to Barcelonia by Tarragona
194
Barcelona to Madrid
195
Barcelona to Gerona
196
Madrid to Badajos and Lisbon
197
Lisbon to Oporto
198
St Petersburg to Moscow
200
London to York NewcastleonTyne and Berwickon Tweed
203
Hamburg to Copenhagen
205
London to Carlisle and Glasgow
209
Christiania to Bergen by Eidsvold and the FilleFjeld
211
London to Bristol and South Wales 46 London to Worcester 47 The River
216
Drontheim to Hammerfest
217
London to Salisbury
219
Jaffa to Jerusalem and Tours about Jerusalem
223
Algiers to Oran
229
London to Exeter and Plymouth 50 London to Leicester Derby Leeds and Bradford 51 London to MatlockBath Chatsworth and Buxton 52 The Lake...
232
London to Cambridge Ely Norwich and Yarmouth 54 The Upper Thames
236
Liverpool to Chester 210 209 216 216 219 221 224 229 230 233 236 239
239
ROUTES FROM LONDON TO SOME OF THE CHIEF CITIES
241
Chester to North Wales 58 Chester to Bala Dolgelly
254
London to the Continent 61 London to Harwich
263
London to Canterbury and Dover 63 London to Folkstone 64 London to St Leonards and Hastings 65 London to Brighton and Newhaven
267
FRANCE
269
Calais to Boulogne and Paris 67 Calais to Brussels 68 Dover to Brussels
277
Dieppe to Rouen and Paris
278
Havre to Rouen and Paris
279
542
306
440
307
54
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RUSSIA
313
ROUTES FROM LONDON TO MANY OF THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS
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441
380
550
411
443
14
446
15
453
17
454
6
458
8
589
15
Wierzbolow Russian frontier to St Petersburg by Wilna
16

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Halaman 103 - The western waves of ebbing day Rolled o'er the glen their level way; Each purple peak, each flinty spire, Was bathed in floods of living fire. But not a setting beam could glow Within the dark ravines below, Where twined the path, in shadow hid, Round many a rocky pyramid...
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