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Short Visit to the Ionian Islands, Athens, and the Morea [Paperback]

Edward Giffard

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HAVING been medically advised to pass a couple of months of the last winter in a more southern climate, and particularly recommended to begin by a sea voyage,-the facilities which steam communication now affords of navigating the Mediterranean, and the hope of being able to combine the main object of health with the gratification of an ardent desire to visit the classical scenes of Greece, determined me and Mr Newton-a college friend, and unfortunately a fellow sufferer-to direct our course that way. Read the first page
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