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Bright's Travels in Hungary. Stud. -Cyganis.—Lands possessed by Nobles alone.-State of Peasants, and the services required of them.-- Interior of a Peasant's Habitation,
CHAPTER IV. Vignette-Cattle and Agricultural Implements. Urmeny.- Hungarian Granary.-- Succession of Crops.~Large
Flocks of improved Sheep --Great attention to the breeo and folding --Horned Cattle.-Leave Urmeny.-Appearance of the Country.-Leva.-A Funeral.-Batha.—Steinbach.- Approach and arrival at Scheinnitz.-Minute Regulations for management of Sheep.
CHAPTER V. Vignette-Machine for raising the Water from the Mines. Schemutz.-General description of the Mining District.-Wind
reii clit.—Machinery.--Drawings.--Stephani-schacht.--- Preportion of the Ores.--Pochwerk.--Smelting and Refining.-Mining College.--Leave Schemnitz.-Glas-Hutte.--Szent Ke. reszi. -Kriinnitz.-Separation of Gold and Silver.--Alloy.. Mmi.Quantity of precious Metals obtained.--Process of Au.algamation, as practised in Saxony.-- Return to Schemnitz,
CHAPTER VI. Vignette-Concert performed by the Cyganis of Sagh. Leave Schemnitz.-Maroth.-Sagh.-Cyganis.--Description of
Country:- Jews.- Waitzen.-Extensive plain.-Debretzin.Pesth. - buden, or Ofen.— Theatres.-Fair at Pesth.- Weights and Measures.- Manufactures. --Attempts to cultivate Sugar, Cotton, Coffee, &c. Produce of the Land.-Canals.-Commerce.-Exports and Imports.- Libraries.--Museum.-Coals, Salt &c.-hospital.--Botanic Garden.--New Observatory. Baths.--Police.--Historical Sketch of Pesth and Buda.--Komorn.--kaab.
CHAPTER VII. Vignette-Maria Theresia and Joseph the Second. Historical Sketch.-King of Hungary-His Privileges.-His
Power with respect to the Catholic, Protestant, and Greek Churches.-'The Palatine and other Officers of State. Nobles.-Free Citizens. The Diet. Revenue.-Army.
Bright's Travels in Hungary.
CHAPTER Vill. Vignette-A Dance performed by Hungarian Peasunt Boys. Vösendiort-Laxenbury.---The Ritter Schloss.BaadenSchönau.—Gardens of Baron Brown.-Cotton Manufacture. Edenburg.--Eisenstatt.-Neusiedler-See.- Nagy BaromCroatians.--Güns.--Stein-am-Anger -Ovid's Tomb.-Sza. laber.-Keszthely.--Georgicon.- Agricultural Societies and Institutions.--Cultivation of Fruit Trees.-Keszi.-Hill of Csobantz.-Sheep Farm.- Improvers of Sheep.-Vineyards.Their Effects on the Peasantry.—Mineralogy of the Hill Badacson.—-Rich Wines.--Szigliget.-Geological Remarks.The Vineyard of Sz. Gyorgy Hegy.
CHAPTER IX. Vignette-Interior of an Hungarian Prison. Breeding Stud.–Balaton Lake.- National Dance. Keresztut.
Fishery.-Buffaloes.-Administration of Justice. Prisons. Warm Spring of Heviz.—Mineral Waters in Hungary - Hospital.—Tortoises Wild Boars.
CHAPTER X. Vignette Interior of a Peasant's House on the Murakös. Leave Keszthely - Sz Miklos.-The Murakös.-Attempts to
cultivate Silk.-Csaktornya.- Peculiarity in the Inhabitants of this district.--Varasdin. ---Spring of Naphtha...Prison.-Daia ry.-Maize.Gold Washing.
Vignette-A Croatian Cottage. Croatia.—The Military Frontiers.--Ludbreglo-Csurgo.--Agri
culture.-Bees and Honey.--Forests.- Prison.-Cyganis, or Gypsies.
CHAPTER XII. Vignette-Walachian Settlement near the Drave. Badocsa.—Csokonya._Graf Széchényi.-Peasantry.--German
Settlements.- Walachians.--Their Language, History, and Manners.-Szigetvar.-- Fünfkirchen. Bishop Klimo.-Library-Churches.- Market. — Manda.— Domestic Manners. Processions and Pilgrimages.--Various Religions.-Clergy. Revenue of the Church.
Bright's Travels in Hungary.
CHAPTER XIII, Vignette - Prisoners going to their Daily Work. Peasantry.-- Mohacs.-Szexard. Wine.- Tolna. — Tobacco.-
Saffron.-Földvár.- Plains of Hungary.- Extent.-Inhabitants and Open Lands of Austria.—Disease amongst Cattle. Duke Albert.-Pesth-Marton Vasar. Peculiarities of Husbandry and Condition of Peasantry:-StuhlweissenburgEarthquakes.-Palota.–Bakony Forest.- Fungi.-Sumeg Kor nond - Frontiers of Hungary.-Styria.--Gratz.—Public Institutions. Joannæum. Manufactures and Commerce.Iron.-Salt. Agriculture.-Schottwien.
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