Even that learned and amiable philanthropist, the late Dr. And now the " Government Chaplain " indites (Introduction, p.
xxvii.) the following invidious remarks touching the travels of Ludovico di Varthema — the vir Deo carus, be it remarked, of the learned and laical Julius Caesar Scaliger: "This is not the place to discuss the morality of an act involving the deliberate and voluntary denial of what a man holds to be truth in a matter so sacred as that of Religion.
Whether a book is still in copyright varies from country to country, and we can't offer guidance on whether any specific use of any specific book is allowed. PERSONAL NARRATIVE OF A PILGRIMAGE TO AL-MADINAH AND MECCAH, IN TWO VOLUMES. PERSONAL NARRATIVE OF A PILGRIMAGE TO AL-MADINAH & MECCAH BY CAPTAIN SIR RICHARD F. Following my husband's plan in " The Thousand Nights and a Night," he has put the accents on Arabic words only the first time of their appearance, to show how they ought to be; thinking it unnecessary to preserve throughout, what is an eyesore to the reader and a distress to the printer.
Page XL— To Yambu* 207 XII.— The Halt at Yambu' 225 XIII.
— Suez - , 160 X.— The Pilgrim Ship 186 xii Contents, Chapter.
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We encourage the use of public domain materials for these purposes and may be able to help. The ornamentations on the binding are, a figure of my husband in his Arab costume, his monogram in Arabic, and, on the back of the book, the tent which is his tomb. Smithers for the infinite trouble he has taken in collating the first, second, third and fourth editions of the 'Pilgrimage' with Sir Richard's own original annotated copies.
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Public domain books belong to the public and we are merely their custodians. " Our notions of Mecca must be drawn from the Arabians ; as no unbeliever is permitted to enter the city, our travellers are silent." — Gibbon, chap. Viewing the long list of Works written by him between 18, many of which are still unpublished, I was almost disheartened by the magnitude of the work, until the Publishers, Messrs. Leonard Smithers, a man of great literary talent and of indefatigable energy, who admired and collaborated with my husband in the traduction of Latin Classics for two years before he died, has also kindly volunteered to be my working assistant and to join with me in the editing.
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You can search through the full text of this book on the web at | //books .google .com/I €^t (rnemoriaf Mixtion . For those who may not know the import of ** A Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah," in 1853, they will not take it amiss when I say that there are Holy Shrines of the Moslem world in the far-away Desert, where no white man, European, or Christian, could enter (save as a Moslem), or even approach, without certain death.
My friend supports his suspicions that an error of direction has been made, and geographers will enjoy the benefit of his conscientious studies, topo- graphical and linguistic.