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Travels, chiefly on foot, through several parts of England, in 1782

Travels, chiefly on foot, through several parts of England, in 1782

Described in letters to a friend, by Charles P. Moritz, a literary gentleman of Berlin. Translated from the German, by a lady.

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Published by printed for G. G. and J. Robinson in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 9310, no. 09.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationxviii,269,[1]p.
Number of Pages269
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18370914M

' Travels, Chiefly on Foot, through Several Parts of England in was issued in , two years after Moritz's death. Both German and English texts have been reprinted several times. Moritz was a keen though friendly observer, and his book gives a delightful picture of George Ill's England. Contributors. Reisen eines Deutschen in England im Jahr , [Travels, Chiefly on Foot, through Several Parts of England in ] , [] Naubert, Christiane Benedicte Eugenie, [J.-N.é. de Bock] Hermann von Unna, eine Geschicte aus den Zeiten der Vehmgerichte, [Herman d'Unna] , [] , x: .

STUDY AIDS: ABOUT THE AUTHOR Mary Shelley's Reading: Alphabetical List Where an X occurs in the box designated for Percy Shelley's reading, it means that we are certain that he read the text, but are not sure that Mary did as well. In such a household, however, it is unwise to surmise that many books under perusal went undiscussed by the two. Travel Literature. Europe. A journal of travels in England, Holland, and Scotland, and of two passages over the Atlantic, in the years and Travels, chiefly on foot, through several parts of England, in / Described in letters to a friend translated from the German, by a lady.

A general collection of the best and most interesting voyages and travels in all parts of the world London: printed for Longam, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, PDF Travels, chiefly on foot, through several parts of England, [Book VI.] The general history of New England. Travels, chiefly on foot, through several parts of England, in Described in letters to a friend / by Charles P. Moritz, a literary gentleman of Berlin. Translated from the German, by a lady Moritz, Karl Philipp, [ Book, Microform: ] View online (access conditions) At 2 libraries.


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This book was originally published prior toand represents a reproduction of an important historical workAuthor: Karl Philipp Moritz. The first edition was published in Germany in with a second improved edition in In an English translation of the second edition was published as Travels, chiefly on Foot, through several parts of England indescribed in Letters to a Friend.

Oct 08,  · Travels, chiefly on Foot, through several parts of England indescribed in Letters to a Friend by Karl Philipp Moritz Chapter X Travels, chiefly on Foot, through several parts of England indescribed in Letters to a Friend — Chapter X Karl Philipp Moritz.

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This book was originally published prior toand represents a reproduction of an important historical work. Travels, chiefly on foot, through several parts of England, indescribed in letters to a friend by Moritz, Karl Philipp, ; Pre Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) DLC [from old catalog]Pages: Oct 08,  · Travels, chiefly on Foot, through several parts of England indescribed in Letters to a Friend by Karl Philipp Moritz Chapter XI Travels, chiefly on Foot, through several parts of England indescribed in Letters to a Friend — Chapter XI Karl Philipp Moritz.

First Page: TRAVELS IN ENGLAND IN INTRODUCTION. Charles P. Moritz's "Travels, chiefly on foot, through several parts of England indescribed in Letters to a Friend," were translated from the German by a lady, and published in Author: Karl Philipp Moritz.

Oct 06,  · He visited England over June/Julypublishing an account of his travels as Reisen eines Deutschen in England im Jahre inwhich was published in English as Travels, chiefly on Foot, through several parts of England indescribed in Letters to a Friend ().

The above comes from this translation, though improved. Charles P. Moritz’s “Travels, chiefly on foot, through several parts of England indescribed in Letters to a Friend,” were translated from the German by a lady, and published in John Pinkerton included them in the second volume of his Collection of Voyages and Travels.

Get this from a library. Travels, chiefly on foot, through several parts of England, in Described in letters to a friend, by Charles P. Moritz, a literary gentleman of Berlin. Translated from the German, by a lady. [Karl Philipp Moritz].

Mar 06,  · Travels in England in on foot in late 18thC England showing the kind of difficulties the suspicion and prejudice against seemingly impecunious travellers would cause then as it would today. It doesn't read like a translation as the English flows in natural order.

An enjoyable read and insight into the England of the day through the Reviews: TRAVELS IN ENGLAND IN INTRODUCTION. Charles P. Moritz’s “Travels, chiefly on foot, through several parts of England indescribed in Letters to a Friend,” were translated from the German by a lady, and published in Brand: Zhingoora Books.

Charles P. Moritz's Travels, chiefly on foot, through several parts of England indescribed in Letters to a Friend, were translated from the German by a lady, and published in John Pinkerton included them in the second volume of his Collection of Voyages and justeetredehors.com The product of that trip is an incredible diary Journeys of a German in England inthough the translated edition in English is called, somewhat less pithily, Travels, chiefly on Foot, through several parts of England indescribed in Letters to a Friend.

TRAVELS IN ENGLAND IN INTRODUCTION Charles P. Moritz's "Travels, chiefly on foot, through several parts of England indescribed in Letters to a Friend," were translated from the German by a lady, and published in John Pinkerton included them in the second volume of his Collection of Voyages and Travels.

He visited England over June/Julypublishing an account of his travels as Reisen eines Deutschen in England im Jahre inwhich was published in English as Travels, chiefly on Foot, through several parts of England indescribed in Letters to a Friend ().

The above comes from this translation, though improved. OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: From Boswell's Life of Johnson / James Boswell --From Travels, Chiefly on Foot, through Several Parts of England in --From Diary of a Journey to England in the years --From Letters of Baron Bielfeld / Jakob Friedrich von Bielfeld --From Lichtenberg's Visits to England, as described in His Letters and Diaries --"On.

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Jan 08,  · He wandered up through the Peaks as far as Castleton, where, even back then, you could pay to see the caves. Reisen eines Deutschen in England im Jahr was promptly published the next year, inand was translated into English just twelve years later as Travels, chiefly on Foot, through several parts of England in Both versions.Moritz’ (C.

P.) Travels, chiefly on foot, through several parts of England in tr. Morland, Sir Samuel The Count of Pagan’s method of delineating all manner of fortifications Tuba stentoro-phonica, an instrument of excellent use as well at sea as at land etc. Morland, Samuel.Travels, chiefly on foot, through several parts of England, in Described in letters to a friend Translated from the German, by a lady Published:London Format: Book Language: English Creator: Karl Philip Moritz Usage terms Public Domain Held by British Library Shelfmark: / Full catalogue details.