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evening classes Physical Geography of the Land Four Lectures The Mountains and Deserts of the Old World- Various Characteristics of the Desert-The Com- merce of the Ancients-Routes across the Desert -Resting-places in the Wilderness-The Oasis -The Simoom-Mountain Regions-The Alps Himalaya &c -The Mountains aud Plains of America-The Australian mainland Physical Geography of the Sea Six Lectures The Mediterranean-Extent Depth and other conditions of its Basin-Varied Aspects of its Shores-The Navigation of Antiquity-Commer- cial Ports of the Mediterranean Coast II The Indian Ocean-Its Gulfs and connected Seas -The Monsoons III -V The Atlantic-Early Voyages in the Western Ocean-The Northmen-Discoveries of the 15th and 16th centuries-The New World-The Trade- Winds Their Geographical Limits Variable Winds of the North Atlantic Basin-Rotary Storms -Currents of the Atlantic-The Gulf Stream- Trade Routes across the Ocean in the present day -The Atlantic Telegraph VI The Pacific-The first Voyager across its Waters -Geographical Characteristics of the Pacific Ocean-Its Coral Reefs and Islands-Geogra- phical Distribution of Coral-The Calm Latitudes -Currents of the Pacific Inland Waters Four Lectures -II Rivers-The River-basins of the Old World- Central Plateau-lands of the Asiatic Continent- The Southern Slope-Basins of Indus Ganges
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