47. From Arnhem to Rotterdam. The Rhine and Lek . . 297
48. From Nymegen to Rotterdam. The Waal and Maas . . 299
49. From Cologne to Rotterdam by Venlo......301
50. From Amsterdam and Arnhem to Zutphen and Rheine . 305
1. Nederlandsch Mettray..........306
2. From Zutphen to Winterswijk.......306
3. From Zutphen to Zwolle.........306
51. From Amsterdam or Utrecht to Leeuwarden and Groningen 307
1. The Pauper Colonies of Frederiksoord, Wilhelminaoord,
2. The Colonies of Veenhuizon and Ommerschans . . . 310
52. From Amsterdam to Harlingen and Groningen . . . 312
53. From Groningen to Bremen.........314
1. General Map of Belgium and Holland: before the title-page.
2. Map of the Envikons of Ostend and Bkuges: between pp. 6, 7.
3. Map of the Environs of Brussels: p. 96.
4. Map of the Battle Field of Waterloo : p. 97.
5. Map of the Meuse from Dinant to LiEge: pp. 158, 159.
6. Map of the Environs of Spa: between pp. 196, 197.
7. Map of South & North Holland (Rotterdam, Amsterdam, & Alk-
maar), pp. 212, 213.
8. Map of the Estuary of the Schelde and Maas : pp. 294, 295.
Flans of Towns.
Amsterdam (p. 250), Amsterdam tinner town; p. 251), Antwerp (p. 116),
Bruges (p. 10), Brussels (p. 60), Ghent (p. 31), Groningen (p. 311), The
Hague and Scheveningen (p. 217), Haarlem (p. 243), Leyden (p. 242),
Liege (p. 174). Lille (p. 56), Louvain (p. 168), Malines (p. 112), Ostend (p. 6),
Rotterdam (p'. 204), Tournai (p. 50), Utrecht (p. 294).
R. = Room.
B. = Breakfast.
D. = Dinner.
A. = Attendance.
L. = Light.
M. = English mile.
ft. = English foot.
N. = North, northern, etc.
S. = South, etc.
E. = East, etc.
W. = Wet, etc.
r. = right.
1. = left.
hr. = hour.
The letter d with a date, after the name of a person, indicates the
year of his death. The nuinlier of feet given after the name of a place
shows its height above the sea-level. The number of miles placed before
the principal places on railway-routes and high-roads generally indicates
their distance from the starting-point of the route.
Asterisks are used a marks of commendation.