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By Four M . Jti -months . M . C in arey ¦ _aDahaUeeh . Illustrated ; or , . Narrative Price 15 of _> s _; . a ; Booth Winter , . ' Regent s Cruise Street on the . Nile *
On cutting _, open the leaves of the volume Before us , we find that . the motto on the , title page ,
, 4 Flies Half sting and mosquitoes "by night , the hold o ther divided half sway by day — , '
scattered explains , : tlie over meaning the cover ' of ; the and queer which * cabalistie we presume -lboking are cre intende atures d
to typify all that is aspisk _> in these , little torments of tlie Nile boat . The learned might carry the simile a step further , and giving *
them their true title , that of the genius of Upper and Lower ; E antici gypt pati , draw on and a comp actual arison experience between — fancy for in and tliis realit true y— nar _Between rative
of a winter on the Nile , all preoouceived ideas of the romance of travel are done away withand we are shown a true picture *
almost Pre-Raphaelite in its , simplicity , of daily life on board aDahabeehThe party who formed the subject of this narrative ,
consisted . of , " Cousin . Phil , " his daughter , her cousin , the narrator > and two servants . Their object in making the voyage was to
Europe seek , health for the by exchang clear atmosp ing the here damp of the and coast variable ; ( for climat iC Cousin e of
symptoms [ Phil" was of cripp a _consumj led by ) a tive par tendency alytic , affection : and were , and the e book Selina written " had
lution for nothing and a else cheerful , still disp , it o would sition be can valuable surmount in every showing difficulty how , reso and
turn what _woulcl _, seem a most arduous and anxious _undertakings into a pleasure trip . But in many other respects the book besides _,
for being the interesting voyage we is get valuable an insi . ght In into the account life and of to manners the the preparations wants , as well as ; much ir _^ formation with reference and
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), July 1, 1863, page 351, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01071863/page/63/