Excerpt from A Month at Constantinople
When I was on my wav to the East, by the route that I have detailed in the appendix, I met many return travellers, whom I was always eager to question upon several points connected with the general superficial features of a sojourn at Constantinople and I found many little practical hints they gave me, of much service on my arrival. In turn, I now present these to my readers, premising that my humble addition to the catalogue of works upon the East already published, is intended solely for those who have not been there.
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