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and Russian prisoners. The gazette of Leyden. Dutch newspapers. Woollen manufactures of Leyden. Probable state of the university when peace shall be restored.
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Departure from Leyden. Haerlem. Dutch cleanliness. Custom of smoking. Prevalency of the use of tobacco in Holland. Famous organ of Haerlem. The revolution has not altered the dress or manners of the Dutch. Coins of the same as before the revolution. House of Mr. Hope. Haerlem claims the honour of having invented the art of printing. Laurence Costar. Defence of Haerlem against the Spaniards. Violation of the articles of capitulation by Frederic of Toledo. The infancy of the republic the brightest period in its annals. Gueses. Museum of natural history. Its scientific arrangement. Teylerian institution. Bleacheries of Haerlem.
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Arrival at Amsterdam. Politeness of a Dutch lady. The English Bible. Servants of hotels in Holland. Condition of servants in general throughout the United Provinces. The French theatre. Profusion of diamonds worn by the ladies. A sledge coach. Examination of passports. General d'Henisdal. The Doele hotel stadthouse of Amsterdam. Apartment in which sentence of death is pronounced on criminals. Bassorelievos. Great hall of the stadthouse. Pictures. Carillons. Prison for felons and debtors. Humane laws of the republic respecting debtors. Few persons are punished with death in Holland. Bank of Amsterdam.
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