Roumania Past and Present eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 315 pages of information about Roumania Past and Present.
  Couza, Prince, 229-32 (see ’History’). 
  Decebalus, 119 et seq.
  Elisabeth, princess and queen, 55, 92.
    marriage, 257.
    personal description of, 260, 261.
    verses by, 261 note
  Heliade, 221, 222, 223. 
  Hunniad, Johann Corvin von, 167-69. 
  Mavrocordato, Nicholas and Constantine, 208, 209. 
  Mavrogeni, Nicholas, 214, 215, 218. 
  Michael the Brave, 175, 176-98. 
  Mircea the Old, 164-67. 
  Rosetti, C.A., 223, 263-65. 
    Madame, 262, 263. 
  Serban II. (Cantacuzene), 64, 202, 203. 
  Stephen, called the Good, 170, 178. 
  Trajan, 122 et seq.
  Vladimiresco, 219. 
  Ypsilanti, 219, 220.

Botany: 
  Ferestreu, plants cultivated at, 80.
  garden flowers and fruits of Roumania, 11, 12.
  plants and trees of the plains, 6.
    of the hills, 11.
    of the mountains, 14.

C

Commerce and Manufactures: 
  building company, for public works, 56.
  cereals, imports from Roumania into Great Britain, 81. 
  Danube, navigation of, 30.
    tonnage of vessels entering, 30. 
  Danubian Commission, history of, 32-35.
  flannel factories, 70.
  flour mills, 70. 
  Galatz, trade at, 68-70. 
  Ibrail, trade at, 72.
  maize, imports into England from Roumania, 31.
  markets and exchanges, absence of, 55.
  match factories, 70.
  petroleum wells and distilleries, 14, 31.
  railways, extension of, 71.
  securities, Roumanian, &c., 270 note.
  salt mines of Roumania, 14, 106.
  saw mills, 70.
  statistics of trade between Roumania and Great Britain, 70.
  sugar factories, 70.

E.

Education and Culture: 
  Academy, the, 41, 42.
    its collections and appliances, 42-45.
  agricultural college at Ferestreu, 80-82. 
  Asyle Helene, girls’ school, 92-94.
  education in Roumania, 88-95.
    compared with England, 89 note.
    of youths abroad, 89-91, 95.
    collegiate, 89.
    other schools, 94, 95.
  music, 52, 55, 97.
  popular instruction and culture, want of, 55. 
  Savants—­M, Aurelian, 80. 
    M. Bacologlu, 43. 
    M. Bernath, 19, 43. 
    M. Cogalniceanu, 55, 267. 
    Dr. Davila, 43, 92, 94, 238. 
    M. Hasdeu, 55, 99. 
    M. Jon Ghika, 165 note, 267, and Appendix IV. 
    M. Stourdza, 42. 
    M. Tocilesco, 27 note, 42.
  societies, learned, 55.

Ethnography: 
  dances, in their relation to the descent of the Roumanians, 97, 98.
  language, in its relation to the descent of the Roumanians, 95-99.
    authorities on, 99.
  music and its relations to the people, 97.
  peasantry, types of, 7. 
  Trajan’s colonists and modern Roumanians, 132, 162. 
  Wallachs, the, and the Roumanians, 151-64, 164.

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