William H. Seward's Travels around the World

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INDEX.
Absalom, tomb of. 648
Abydos568-573
A. C. Farnham & Co.276
Aden511-514
Agra420
Akbar, Emperor421-432
Alaska35
Alaska, steamer; 245
Albert, Prince 390
Albuquerque495
Alcock, Sir Rutherford152
Alden, Timothy447
Alexander the Great. 434
Alexandria617-621
Alexandrian Library 622
Ali All Murad Effendi 580
Allahabad418, 477
Alps, the 742
Altai Mountains132
Amenophis III590
Americans in Egypt545, 546
American legation at Yeddo 58
-----officer in Turkish service 700
-----officers in Egypt620
Antonelli, Cardinal731, 732
Apollo, steamer þ 656, 657
Appleton, Mr. , 763
Arcot 365, 366
Arcot Mission 371
Arabia 510
Arab kindness to animals 566
Ariadne, Marryat's vessel 620
Argyll, Duke of. 376
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Armenian merchant 374
Asceticism 485
Aschmann Asehmann, Captain 744
Ashuelot, U.S. steamer 124, 125, 223228
Assouan 601, 602
Athens679-684
Auburn, departure from 38
Auger, General, kind attentions of 10
Augustine Heard & Co276
Aurengzebe 448
Austria, remarks on 721, 723728
Avery, Mr.29 Mr 29
Azhar, Mosque of 553. 558
Baboo, a Hindoo 382
Bachelor, Captain 79
Bailey, Mr. 252, 277
Bancroft, Mr. 766
Bandong 323, 328
-----Regent of. 324
Bannermen, Chinese 158
Banoo Begum 435485
Barrackpore 398
Barrow, General419
Batavia304, 308
Bayard Taylor447, 451
Beardsley, Mr., U.S. consul 627
Bedouin Arabs 528
Beebe, Mr. 223228
Behar, steamer 342
Belgium765
Bell, Admiral90,
Bellianeh 568

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