South of Russia, afforded the author the opportunity of visiting the Crimea and Transcaucasia upon two occasions. In the compilation of this work, he has condensed his experiences by unitingthe two journe)s and making of them one tour to extend over a period of ninety-two busy days, the point of departure and of ultimate arrival being the commercial and important city of Odessa, a place that may now be reached from London via Cracow and Lemberg in four days and a half In his description of places and people, the author confines himself to what passed under his own personal observation, admitting in a few instances only the accounts of eye-witnesses upon whose statements he believes he can implicitly rely ;however numerous, therefore, the imperfections of his work, he hopes it may lay claim at least to fidelity of description. (Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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