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Brighi's Travels in Hungary.
Stud Cyganis.—Lands possessed by Nobles alone.—State
of Peasants, and the services required of them.—Interior of a Peasant's Habitation.
CHAPTER IV. Vignette—Cattle and Agricultural Implements. ILmeny.— Hungarian Granary.—Succession of Crops.—Large Flocks of improved Sheep.—Great attention to the breeu and folding—Honied Cattle.—Leave Urmeiiy.—Appearance of the Country Leva.—A Funeral—liacha—Sicinbach Approach and arrival at Scheinnitz—Minute Regulations fur management of Sheep.
Vignette—Machine for raising the Water from the Mines.
Scl.emiutz.—General description ot the Mining District Wind
Mi'.\ cht.—Machinery.—Drawings.—Stephani-schacht.—Preparation 01 the Ores Pochwerk.—Smelting and Refining
Miniiij; College.—Leave SchemmU.—Glas-Hutte.—Szent Ke
rtszt Ki< innitz—Separation of Gold and Silver.—Alloy
Mint.—Quantity of precious Metals obtained.—Process of Amalgamation, as practised in Saxony—Return to Schemnitz,
Leave Schemnitz Maroth Sagh. Cyganis Description of
Country.—Jews.—Y\ aitzen.—Extensive plain.—Debretzin
Pesth.—i-.udi.il, or Ofen.—Theatres—Fair at Pesth,—Weights and Measures.—Manufactures.—Attempts to cultivate Sugar, Cotton, t'otiee, &c.—Produce of the Land.—Canals.—Commerce.—Exports and Imports.— Libiaries.—Museum.—Coal.s,
Salt &c.—Hospital botanic Garden—New Observatory.—
baths..—Police Historical Sketch of Pesth and Buda.—Ko
Vignette—Maria liieresia and Joseph the Second. Historical Sketch.—King of Hungary.—His Privileges.—His Power with respect to the Catholic, Protectant, and Greek Churches.—'i lie Palatine and other Officers ot State.— Nobles.—Free Citizens.—The Diet.—Revenue.—Army.
Bright'* Travels in Hungary.
CHAPTER ViII. Vignette—A Dance performed by Hungarian Peasant Boys.
Voscmlorf.—Laxenburg The Ritter Schloss Baaden
Schonau.—Gardens of Baron Brown.—Cotton Manufacture.— Oldenburg.—Eisensta-tt.—Neusiedler-See.— Nagy Barom.—
Croatian*. Guns Stein-ara-Anger Ovid's Tomb.—Sza
tober—Keszthely Georgicon.—Agricultural Societies and
Institutions Cultivation of Fruit Trees Keszi.—Hill of
Csobantz—Sheep Farm.—Improvers of Sheep Vineyards.
Their Effects on the Peasantry.—Mineralogy of the Hill Ba
dacson. Rich Wines—Szigliget Geological Remarks.
The Vineyard of Sz. Gyorgy Hegy.
Vignette—Interior of an Hungarian Prison. Breeding Stud.—Balaton Lake.—National Dance.—Keresztur— Fishery—Buffaloes.—Administration of Justice.—Prisons — Warm Spring of Heviz—Mineral Waters in Hungary — Hospital Tortoises.—Wild Boars.
Vignette—Interior of a Peasant's House on the Murakos. Leave Keszthely.—Sz Miklos—The Murakos.—Attempts t6 cultivate Silk.—Csaktornya.—Peculiarity in the Inhabitants of this district—-Varasdin.—Spring of Naphtha.—Prison. Dairy—Maize.—Gold Washing.
Vignette—A Croatian Cottage.
Badocsa.—Csokonya.—Graf Sz6chenyi Peasantry German
Settlements—Walachians—Their Language, History, and Manners.—Szigetvar—Fiiofkirchen—Bishop Klimo.—^Library-—Churches.—Market Manna.—Domestic Manners.—
Processions and Pilgrimages.—Various Religions.—Clergy.— Rerenue of the Church.
Brighfs Travels in Hungary.
Vignette—Prisoners going to their Daily Work.
Saffron—Foldvar.—Plains of Hungary.— Extent.—Inhabi-
General View of the Kingdom of Hungary.
Statistical Account of the Mines of Hungary.
Coronation of Joseph I. King of Hungary.
An Account of the Vineyards of Menes.
Statement of the Extent and Produce of the Austrian Vineyards.
Statement of the Extent and Produce of the Arable Lands in Austria.
Account of the Wild Boy discovered near the Neusiedler-see.
A List of the Works of Baron Jacquin.
State of the Gypsies in Spain, 1817
List of Words used by the Gypsey, Gitano, and Cygani.
Vocabulary and Index.
Hungary.—Hungary, Transylvania, and thesurrounding Countries. PLATES.
The Market at Batha, Frontispiece.
Sclu mnitz and the surrounding Country.
The Town of Kremnitz with the Silver Work*.
Amalgam Works near Ereyberg.
Distant View of Waitzen on the Danube.
View of Buda and part of Pesth.
The Balaton Lake seen from Kesztbely.
Verasdin from the Muraltos.
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