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Par M. Alfred Legoyt. Paris, 1859. 4. A Short Trip to Hungary and Transylvania in
the Spring of 1862. By Professor D. T. Ansted, M.A., F.B.S. London, 1862. 5.
Researches on the Danube and the Adriatic. By A. A. Paton, F.R.G.S. London,
Researclies on the Danube and tine Adriatic. By A. A. Paton, F.R.G.S. London,
1862. 6. Reports of Her Majesty's Secretaries of Embassy and Legation of the
Manufactures, Commerce, Sfc, of the Countries in which they reside. 7.
No one portion of this great tract rises 100 feet above the level of the Danube ;
and, with the exception of a few sandy districts, it comprises some of the richest
soil in Europe. The territory which extends from Pesth to the borders of
One of the principal physical features of the Austrian empire is the great plain or
prairie which extends for nearly 300 miles from the Danube to the eastward, and
known as the Puszta, or the Steppes of Hungary, where millions of acres might ...
They are almost all affluents of the Danube, which pours its vast volume of waters
, by three mouths, into the Black Sea. It was once proposed to unite the Save, one
of the principal tributaries of the Danube, with the port of Fiume on the Adriatic, ...
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