William H. Seward's Travels around the World

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
PAGE
PORTRAIT OF MR. SEWARD (on steel)
Frontispiece
Mr. Seward's Garden at Auburn1
Mr. Seward's Home5
New Suspension Bridge, Niagara Falls6
Cheyenne11
Summit12
Wahsatch Range13
Leutze's "Course of Empire."14
Devil's Gate, Weber Cañon15
Pulpit Rock16
Thousand-Mile Tree17
Salt Lake Valley18
Mormon Tabernacle19
Brigham Young's Residence21
The Remnant of a Tribe25
Mouth of Big Cottonwood Cañon26
San Francisco28
Cliff House, San Francisco29
Golden Gate30
Meeting of the Steamers in Mid-ocean33
Fusi Yama, Coast of Japan36
Yokohama, Japan41
Japanese Barbers42
Japanese Girls43
Japanese Cemetery44
A Japanese Garden46
Tea-house on the Tokaido48
Group on the Tokaido49
Temple at Kamakura50
Daibutz51
Japanese Bonzes52
American Legation at Yeddo57
PAGE
Japanese Officer of State60
Japanese Interpreter, in Court Dress62
Interior of Sheba64
Tombs of the Tycoons66
Nippon-Bas, Yeddo67
British Legation, Yeddo68
Hamagotên70
Japanese Musician72
A Book-store at Yeddo75
Daimios' Quarter, Yeddo78
United States Consulate, Hiogo87
Temple at Osaka89
Street in Osaka91
Entrance to Nagasaki94
Nagasaki Harbor95
Temple of Buddha at Nagasaki96
View of Decima97
Woosung106
Mandarin Procession108
Custom-House, Shanghai111
Mouth of the Yang-tse-kiang116
Promontory of Shan-Tung118
Chinese Fishing-smack119
Chinese Dogs125
Boats on the Pei-ho River128
Chinese Agriculture133
Western Gate, Peking147
Lapis-lazuli Cat150
Ancient Observatory, or Hall of Science154
Prince Kung157
Yang-Fang162
Wife of Yang-Fang . (From a Photo-
graph by himself.)
163

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