Loitering in Pleasant Paths
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Loitering in Pleasant Paths

By Marion Harland
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Table of Contents
  • Loiterings in Pleasant Paths
  • INTRODUCTION.
  • CONTENTS.
  • LOITERINGS IN PLEASANT PATHS.
  • CHAPTER I. The Average Briton.
  • CHAPTER II. Olla Podrida.
  • CHAPTER III. Spurgeon and Cummings.
  • CHAPTER IV. The Two Elizabeths.
  • CHAPTER V. Prince Guy.
  • CHAPTER VI. Shakspeare and Irving.
  • CHAPTER VII. Kenilworth.
  • CHAPTER VIII. Oxford.
  • CHAPTER IX. Sky-larks and Stoke-Pogis.
  • CHAPTER X. Our English Cousins.
  • CHAPTER XI. Over the Channel.
  • CHAPTER XII. Versailles—Expiatory Chapel—Père Lachaise.
  • CHAPTER XIII. Southward-Bound.
  • CHAPTER XIV. Pope, King, and Forum.
  • CHAPTER XV. On Christmas-Day.
  • CHAPTER XVI. L’Allegro and Il Penseroso.
  • CHAPTER XVII. With the Skeletons.
  • CHAPTER XVIII. “Paul—a Prisoner.”
  • CHAPTER XIX. Tasso and Tusculum.
  • CHAPTER XX. From Pompeii to Lake Avernus.
  • CHAPTER XXI. “A Sorosis Lark.”
  • CHAPTER XXII. In Florence and Pisa.
  • CHAPTER XXIII. “Beautiful Venice.”
  • CHAPTER XXIV. Bologna.
  • CHAPTER XXV. “Non é Possibile!”
  • CHAPTER XXVI. Lucerne and The Rigi.
  • CHAPTER XXVII. Personal and Practical.
  • CHAPTER XXVIII. Home-life in Geneva—Ferney.
  • CHAPTER XXIX. Calvin—The Diodati House—Primroses.
  • CHAPTER XXX. Corinne at Coppet.
  • CHAPTER XXXI. Chillon.
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