A Book of the Cevennes

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A Book of the Cevennes  (1907) 
by Sabine Baring-Gould
Index:A book of the Cevennes (-1907-).djvu
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THE TAMAGUE FROM LA SOUCHE

A BOOK OF


THE CEVENNES


BY S. BARING-GOULD, M.A.



'ILLE TERRARUM MIHI PRÆTER OMNES
ANGULUS RIDET, UBI NON HYMETTO
MELLA DECEDUNT, VIRIDIQUE CERTAT
                       BACCA VENAFRO;
VER UBI LONGUM, TEPIDASQUE PRÆBET
JUPITER BRUMAS."

Hor. Od. ii. 6.


WITH FORTY-FOUR ILLUSTRATIONS
EIGHT OF WHICH ARE IN COLOUR, AND A MAP


London

John Long

Norris Street, Haymarket

[All rights reserved]

First Published in 1907



Illustrations reproduced by the Hentschel-Colourtype Process

CONTENTS
 
page
I. The Crescent 1
II. Le Vay 15
III. Le Puy 34
IV. Round About Le Puy 60
V. L’Auberge De Peyrabeille 84
VI. Les Boutières 103
VII. The Volcanoes of the Vivarais 114
VIII. The Canon of the Ardèche 137
IX. The Wood of Païolive 153
X. The Ravine of the Allier 161
XI. The Camisards 177
XII. Alais 203
XIII. Ganges 221
XIV. Le Vigan 237
XV. L’Aigoual 248
XVI. The Land of Ferdinand Fabre 262
XVII The Hérault 282
Index 305
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