2 edition of Alpenstock; or, Sketches of Swiss scenery and manners, MDCCCXXV.-MDCCCXXVI. found in the catalog.
Alpenstock; or, Sketches of Swiss scenery and manners, MDCCCXXV.-MDCCCXXVI.
Charles Joseph Latrobe
by Published by R. B. Seeley & W. Burnside: and sold by L. and G. Seeley, Fleet Street, London. in [London]
Written in English
|Other titles||Sketches of Swiss scenery and manners, MDCCCXXV.-MDCCCXXVI.|
|Statement||By Charles Joseph Latrobe..|
|Contributions||Seeley, Robert Benton, 1798-1886, publisher., Burnside, W., fl. 1834-1839, publisher., McDowall, W., printer., Williams, Samuel, 1788-1853, ill., Williams, Samuel, 1788-1853, wood-engraver., Leonard and George Seeley|
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London: Seeley and Burnside. London: Seeley and Author: Ross Wilson. The difference between the nineteenth-century account and the later ones is the result of Pettipierre's article. He wrote of La Trobe: 'Un soir d' octobreà 23 ans, venu de Bâle par les vallées de la Birse, de la Suze—puis par Bienne—il arrive à Neuchâtel comme précepteur chez les Pourtalès.' ['On an October evening inat the age of 23, coming from Basle via the valleys.
The first of his books, The Alpenstock; or, Sketches of Swiss Scenery and Manners MDCCCXXV-MDCCCXXVI, is the work of a young man for whom ‘doubt hangs over the future, and the path I must pursue would seem to be questionable and obscure’, as he says in his final paragraph.6 But it is clear from the book that ‘this retired corner of Switzerland’, to which he had come in October No 88 December Print this article.
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