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Seeing France with Uncle John   By: (1869-1913)

Seeing France with Uncle John by Anne Warner

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Transcribers note: 1. A minor error has been corrected in Chapter V (Section on Beauvais) luuch changed to lunch. 2. Ligature [oe] replaced with oe.

Seeing France With Uncle John

[Illustration: "I held the guide book and read the explanations, while he kept up a running contradiction of everything I read."]

Seeing France With Uncle John


Anne Warner

Author of "Susan Clegg and her friend Mrs. Lathrop," etc.

With Illustrations by

May Wilson Preston


New York The Century Co. 1906

Copyright, 1906, by THE CENTURY CO.

Published October, 1906


List of Illustrations

PAGE "I held the guide book and read the explanations, while he kept up a running contradiction of everything I read" Frontispiece

"She lies still and talks to M. Sibilet" 8

"While we walk" 9

Rouen Maison du XV si├Ęcle 24

"'Richard Coeur de Lion petrified, eh?'" 33

"'So that's the clock?'" 41

"'There's been no tampering with this ruin'" 65

"'This is as good a time as we'll have to study up on Gisors'" 79

"'Tell her we want dinner for four, and prompt'" 93

Beauvais 96

"'What's that chopped off creation before us?'" 99

"'Look how mad that old lady is'" 105

"We found our beloved relative" 116

"She took hold of our hands as if she'd been our long lost mother for years" 121

Dreux 150

"Elfrida says they are seeing Europe nicely on less than a dollar a day, and Uncle said, 'Great Scott!'" 157

Falaise 160

"Paid the man at the entrance and let him go" 163

"The coming down was awful" 168

"'I'm happy that it will be out of the question for me ever to travel again'" 177

"Lee was awfully rude and kept yawning, and I know she didn't like it by the way she looked at him" 195

Caen 198

"He has his meals in his room, for he says he cannot even think calmly of a stair case yet" 205

Bayeux 216

"And it was Lee" 221

"We passed Elfrida and her sister to day, pedaling along for dear life" 228

"Miss Clara Emily is getting very much in earnest" 245

In Mont Saint Michel 276

"Uncle sitting on the ramparts with Miss Clara Emily" 281

"Mrs. Whalen has just come in to say she is going to Dol" 293

A Street in Auray 301

"When he went to wash I gave the waiter an extra tip to feed us quickly" 303

"Broke the bell rope ordering breakfast" 307

"He told Mrs. Clary that he had foreseen this finale to our trip all along," etc... Continue reading book >>

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