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Page CHAP.15. A hasty ramble over part of Bruges ; with a word or two upon long Cloaks and Riding-Hoods, and the Academy of Painting

134 CHAP. 16. Of the Passage by Water from Bruges to Ghent

141 CHAP. 17. Which as it relates chiefly to the Author's cannot be very interesting to the Reader

150 CHAP. 68. Which may be reckoned much too long ; considering what an unsatisfactory Account it gives of the Capital of Flandens

159 CHAP. 19. That fomo Folks are hafty, to condemn, in proportion as they are pow. ta consider; and that the Want of Conformity may be reckoned among their great Wants

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HAP. 20 Wherein the Traveller,

with a Gentleman-like Scrupulofity,
adjusts fome capital Errata in Chapters 16
and 18. After which he sets forward
with the rest of his company for Bruffels

193
CHAP. 21. A Halt at Aloit 206

CHAP. 22. The Travellers pursue the
Atrait Road to Brussels

CHAO. 23. Containing Questions and
Answers

CHAP. 24. An invective against itine-
rant Knaves and Fools

229
CHAP. 25. Of Prince CHARLES'S
Cabinet and of the Brussels Gazetteer 250

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CHAP. 26. In which the Traveller af-
feets the Politician

274
CHAP. 27. A Caution to young Cole
leEtors

280
CHAP. 28. A few general Remarks
upon Brussels, with some particular ones
on the Beguinage

289
CHAP. 29. The Traveller chides his
otun Inattention; but endeavours to bring
bimfelf off as handsomely as be can 297
CHAP.

30.

Wherein honourable men-
tion is made of mine Holt at the Magi at
Aloft

307
CHAP. 31. Which is shortened on pur-
pose, that the next may not appear too long

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CHAP. 32. The Traveller visits the
Abbey of Amigem

322
CHAP. 33. Journey from Brussels to
Louvain

333
CHAP. 34. In proof that the Travel-
ler made some mort stay at Louvain

339
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CHA?. 35: A few more particulars
concerning Louvain and its Environs 350

CHAP. 36., An Apology for wooden
foces

360
CHAP. 37. Of assumed Characters and
Sham-Yitles

367.
CHAP. 38. The Traveller breakjafts
with the Capucins of Mechlin

373
very fingular Characsi

CHAP. 39

ter

378

CHAP. 40. Containing fome Mortifi-
cations ruhich the Traveller underwent, in
his Journey to, and upon his Arrival at
Antwerp- with unexpected Reflections

384
CHAP. 41. An Instance of the won-
derful Efficacy of Ceremonies ;, with other
Matters no less worthy

390
CHAP. 42. Which to some mawkish:
Readers will appear full of Insipidity,

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CHẠP. 43. Of that particular Charafter which is commonly distinguished by the Title of Travelling-Governor

401 CHAP. 44. A few remarks upon Antwerp ; with some of the author's reasons for not attempting a finished book of travels

405 CHAP. 45. The Traveller visits Rubens's House-thence follow some Reflections upon Artists, Cabinets and Connoisseurship

412 CHAP. 46. Somewhat about Courtesy

425 CHAP. 47. Which draws towards the Conclusion of the Second Part

434 CHAP. 48. Being the last but one of this Volume

444 CHAP. 49. Directions for Travelling

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