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DURING A TOUR THROUGH SOME PARTS

OF

France,

SAVOY, SWITZERLAND, GERMANY,

AND

THE NETHERLANDS,

IN THE SUMMER OF

1817.

BY THOMAS RAFFLES, A. M.

“England, with all thy faults, I fove thee still,
“My country! and while yet a nook is left,
" Where English minds and manners may be found,
Shall be constrained to love thee."

Cowper.

Liverpool:

PRINTED FOR THOMAS TAYLOR;
And sold by Longman, Hurst, & Co. Baldwin & Co. Law & Whittaker, Jolin

Walker, Edwards & Knibb, Rest Fenner, Josiah Conder, and Williams &
Co. London; Archibald Constable & Co. and Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh

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Gregory & Taylor, Printers, Castle street, Liverpool.

TO

THE HONOURABLE

SIR THOS. STAMFORD RAFFLES, KNT.

LIEUT.-GOVERNOR OF FORT MARLBRO',

&c. &c. &c.

THESE LETTERS,

DESCRIPTIVE OF SCENES

EXPLORED IN HIS SOCIETY,

ARE INSCRIBED

BY HIS OBLIGED AND AFFECTIONATE

FRIEND AND COUSIN,

THOMAS RAFFLES.

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