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THE volume here offered to the Public contains some account of a very curious country, which notwithstanding its ready accessibility is little known in England. The author was compelled, at a short notice, to seek refuge from the inclemency of an English winter and spring; and while profiting by the genial climate of North Africa, endeavoured to turn his banishment from England to such account as was possible for a convalescent. Much remains unnoticed to reward the curiosity of an ordinary traveller at the cost of very little hardship or danger.
Neighbourhood of Algiers-Pointe Pescade-Cape of the Ruins
Bouffarik-General Lamoricière-Camp d'Erlon-Blidah-Cul-
Journey to Maskara-Failure of Communistic Experiment-