TANGIER.Ok all .straits in the world, 111at of Gibraltar divides, perhaps more completely than any other, two striking v dissimilar countries, and this unlikericss is (.he more noticeable on the outward trip from Gibraltar. Here still ferments the noisy, feverish, brilliant, life of a. European city, find the traveller, from whatever quarter of Kumpe Ju: may hail, yet. feels himself at home iii numberless familiar customs and aspects of life.Three hours later, and the very name of our Con-Uncut pounds strange; Christian signifies enemy, and our civilization is unknown, or feared, nr scored at. EvervtJiin^, from the verv foundations of socictv to the most trifling details of private life, is metamorphosed, and aJJ indication of the close proximity of Knropc has completely disappeared. We suddenly lind ourselves in an unknown land, without tics of any kind, and with everything to learn. To bo sure the Kumpcan coast is still visible from the shore, but in our hearts there is a conscioTable of Contents CONTENTS; VOLUME I; Takujkk 1; Ua7)0-KT,-C IfAJlIUA $9; Tiaia Di: Raihana 127; Aicazati r,r Kerir 145; Ben-Aoi;da 161; Kathvv El-JTaba««-i 177; Bkni-ITa^ax 197; Riw-ITahsem 217; Zkcgota 2-20; KlMJAl ZlStttJOTA TO Tttll'AT 24"lAbout the Publisher Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Classics, Science, Religion, History, Folklore and Mythology.Forgotten Books' Classic Reprint Series utilizes the latest technology to regenerate facsimiles of historically important writings. Careful attention has been made to accurately preserve the original format of each page whilst digitally enhancing the difficult to read text. Read books online for free at www.forgottenbooks.org
Relation between law and public opinion.--Characteristics of law-making opinion in England.--Democracy and legislation.--The three main currents of public opinion.--The period of old Toryism or legislative quiescence.--The period of Benthamism or individualism.--The growth of collectivism.--Period of collectivism.--The debt of collectivism to Benthamism.--Counter-currents and cross-currents of legislative opinion.--Judicial legislation.--Relation between legislative opinion and general public opinion.--Appendix: I. The right of association. II. The Ecclesiastical commission. III. University tests. IV. Judge-made law 31
A work of Jacob Abbott, an American writer of children's books, was published in 1858 under the title “History of King Richard the Second of England”. As the title suggests, this volume is dedicated to Richard II. The author’s aim was to present the main, outstanding traits in the characters, and all the important events of his life, in a clear and free manner, as well as in the plain and simple language.
The author is considered to have a terrific gift for narrative, and his books all read as if they were high suspense novels.
History of the wars of the French Revolution, from the breaking out of the war in 1792, to the restoration of a general peace in 1815; comprehending the civil history of Great Britain and France, during that period 1
This is one of the Oz stories, one of the most remarkable and intersting among them. The plot of the story is in many ways similar to "Ozma of Oz". Here we meet a girl and an animal who find themselves in a fairyland and there meet a person named Tik-Tok and get engaged into the fight with a ruler of the Nomes. The book is full of adventures with different characters and wonderful creatures. We meet the heroes whom we already know from the early books and the new characters like Tititi-Hoochoo and Quox the Dragon who are quite amusing. The story will make you smile in many scenes and in the final chapters you will be constantly bursting with laughter.