Around the World with General Grant: A Narrative of the Visit of General U.S. Grant, Ex-president of the United States, to Various Countries in Europe, Asia, and Africa, in 1877, 1878, 1879. To which are Added Certain Conversations with General Grant on Questions Connected with American Politics and History, Part 1
American News Company, 1879 - 1262 pages
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COPII CL 20 DEE CE A ELL CASA Varena U ntil TA S PALACE OF MAHARAJAH
. Mr . Cadwalader , Mr . Seward , and others . Then he told us he was a very good
Our ride was through a low , uninteresting country , broken by ranges of hills .
The railway is narrow gauge , and , as I learned from one of the managers , who
accompanied us , has proved a success , and strengthens the arguments in favor
The hills are covered with a brown furze , which looks as if it would crackle and
break under the burning sun . The roads are lined with cactus , and the fields are
divided by mud fences which would not last a week in our rainy regions . We
Wild peacocks swarm and beautify the hard brown hills with their plumage . The
peacock is also a sacred animal , and they were as plentiful on our road to VINA
TE HOP NA 12 SYYDER Amber as sparrows on the road to Jerome Park .
To go to Amber we must ride elephants . For after a few miles the hills come and
the roads are broken , and carriages are of no value . We might go on horseback
or on camels , but the Maharajah has sent us his elephants , and here they are ...
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Initially released in two volumes, this work has been combined and abridged by historian Fellman. Young, the European correspondent for the New York Herald, joined the Civil Warrior's entourage as he ... Read full review