Translated by Arthur R. Seymour (Note-This essay was published in Nouvelles Annales des Voyages et des Sciences Geographiques, cx, vol. iv (1843) pp. 129-208. It will be followed in subsequent issues of the QUARTERLY by extracts translated from “Vues et Souvenirs de l’Amerique du Nord,” also by Francis de Castelnau (Paris, 1842), descriptive of eleven plates (of thirty-five in the volume) which are of Florida interest. Seven of these will be reproduced. There will be published also a translation of “Note de deux Itineraries de Charleston a Tallahassee” by the same author, which appeared in Bulletin de la Societe de Geographie, vol. xviii, ser. 2 (1842) pp. 241-259; and his “Note sur la Source de la Riviere de Wakulla dans la Floride” from the same periodical, vol, xi, ser. 2 (1839) pp. 242-247. The French texts in all of the above have been translated for the QUARTERLY by Dr. Seymour, Professor of Modern Languages, Emeritus, Florida State University. Ed.
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