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Iionest brief . than Yet one most passage travellers we must calml transcribe y reviews , the as our experiences authoress , of more the
j advan ourney tages and and makes disadvantages the following , of persons practical in delica observations te health as attempt to the
ing a winter upon the Nile . _travellers _! More u The and first the more evening questions dreamlike on suggested shore it seemed was themselves sp , and ent in as reviewing we : heard How our was the reports life it that on the of instead other Nile .
, , the of en worse joying for it , we her had journey not rather ? Would died either of ennu of i ? us Was willing Selina ly go the up better the Nile or travellersbefore six weeks had returned
- with again all ? speed Many findin other the monotony , of the triunbearabl were over e . , Perhaps they
had had not and stocked perhaps , their their g cabins dragomen so well were with not books so amusing p and drawing as ours was -paper , let as alone we
- the the certainl , inequalities engross y returned ing interest of far temperature stronger of ' Cousin than tlie she Phil cold went ' ni and , but his she wonderful had hih suffered winds chair . much . She Sel from says ina
of i not ; he interest risk start is again too are great still to-morrow , left thoug to h be but the , seen some pleasure . ' futur Cousin was g e day also , Phil the great ' says brave g , and he old would many gentleman obj rather ects
. would see no reason against , enjoying another similar cruise . Thomas , who on this one subject and alone had never audibl said anything Catch before there , says nothing if now .
And Sarah I turns ' Let aside well alone whispers : ' we have y made , ' the me most of again our trip , you we can have . ' enjoyed say it , thoroughl i y , and t have broug winter ht home fireide a fund and of interest and lad
amusement to get back , again which to enjoy ll las the by many recollections a of our s cruise , . we are very g in u the No thoug trip could hts of be invalids more full from of their interest ailments , or better and calculated the bracing for invi divert gor - -
earlier ating g properties stage of disease of the , are desert but still in air strong cannot where enoug be h denied to ; stan for d the those is in far equ who advanced , alities , in the of
it the would temperature seem that of E a gypt more ; equable cases climate must consumption be preferable . In such , full of riskFive of the
r invalids cases eturned it whom appeared no be we tter met to ; one us this that onl ye y ar , who di _IN ed was before tri in p was com the p excursion aratively g was . over heal ; th two at
starting onounced , and himself who was much not benefited suffering . " from a chest complaint , unhesitatingly pr
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LIV . —OPEN COUNCIL . ( As these pages themselves are intended responsible for general for the discussion opinions , expressed the Editors . ) do not hold 6 1
To The Editors Of Tlie English Woman's J...
To the Editors of tlie English Woman ' s Journal . ¦ _XiAX > IES' ¦
passage I may quoted , perh from aps be Dr allowed . Murchison to write ' s boo a k , few in Constant th words e arti in cle Reader exp on la Fe nat ver i has on , in of found your the
o M bscure arch . number It is true , and that whi all air 1 contains observe carbonic "A acidbut the proportion " of that gas in the atmosphere is so small accustomed , that in ordinar to , y k stat f ement ir merel s mention
of m as ixture it determined is generall of oxygen y by numerous and tted nitrogen , and anal we . yses are The made average at Paris proportion , spea is about o of carbonic 3 * 97 volumes y acid as a ,
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), July 1, 1863, page 354, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01071863/page/66/