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Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1859, by
WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT,
District of New York.
TO THE READER.
THESE Letters, sent home to the United States during recent journeys in several countries of the European continent, are laid before the public just as they were written on the spot, without additions, and with no material corrections. Of their imperfections none can be more sensible than the author ; their merit, if they have any, consists in their. being a record of observations committed to paper while the impression they made was yet clear and distinct.
lvins.':. L. PENFIELD
LETTER VII.-Hall of Maternity.-Graves of British Officers.—Hats of the
Priests.--Departure from San Sebastian.-Caution to Travellers. The