Travels in Norway

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Thronsen & Companys bogtrykkeri, 1897 - Norway - 69 pages
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Page 19 - NORWAY AND ITS GLACIERS VISITED IN 1851. FOLLOWED BY JOURNALS OF EXCURSIONS IN THE HIGH ALPS OF DAUPHINE^ BERNE, AND SAVOY.
Page 19 - FORESTER AND BIDDULPH'S NORWAY. Norway in 1848 and 1849 : containing Rambles among the Fjelds and Fjords of the Central and Western Districts ; and including Remarks on its Political, Military, Ecclesiastical, and Social Organisation.
Page 61 - ROUND THE WORLD. An Illustrated Record of Voyages, Travels and Adventures in all Parts of the Globe.
Page 41 - MEREDITH'S (MRs. CHARLES) Notes and Sketches of New South Wales, during a Residence from 1839 to 1844.
Page 37 - Letters of a traveller, on the various countries of Europe, Asia and Africa, containing sketches of their present state, government, religion, manners and customs, with some original pieces of poetry.
Page 4 - A VISIT TO NORTHERN EUROPE, or Sketches, Descriptive, Historical, Political, and Moral, of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland, and the Free cities of Hamburg and Lubeck ; containing notices of the Manners and Customs, Commerce, Manufactures, Arts, and Sciences, Education, Literature, and Religion of those Countries and Cities. By the Rev. Robert Baird, with Maps and numerous Engravings, 2 vols. 12mo., 2 00 HEROINES OF SACRED HISTORY, by Mrs.
Page 13 - Notices scientifiques communiquées par MM. les membres de l'expédition. Carte du voyage. Carte géologique de l'Islande. Dessins de M.
Page 8 - Boydell's Picturesque Scenery of Norway: with the Principal Towns from the Naze, by the Route of Christiania, to the Magnificent Pass of the Swinesund; from Original Boydell's Norway (contd.) Drawings made on the spot, and engraved by John William Edy.
Page 48 - History of the Voyages and Discoveries made in the North. Translated from the German of John Reinhold Forster, IUD and elucidated by several New and Original Maps.
Page 34 - Siberia, Samojedia, Zembla, and Iceland, with some curious remarks on the Norwegians, Laplanders, Russians, Poles, Circassians, Cossacks, and other Nations; extracted from the Journal of a Gentleman employed by the North-Sea Company at Copenhagen ; and from the Memoirs of a French Gentleman.

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