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Lancieux
Landerneau
Landivisiau ......
Lannion .........
Léhon Abbey and Castle ..
Lesneven
Lezardrieux .....
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Locminé...
Lorient ........
Loudéac..
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Deauville
Dinan

3, 41
Dinard ......

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Dol.

3, 36
Dolmens ....

12, 64
Douarnenez ......

.. 54
Duguesclin ...........27, 28, 4
Dukes of Britany ...........
Druidical remains

64
Ecclesiastical remains ....
Edict of Nantes

Revocation of ....... 31
Elven
Evran.
Faouet, Le...
Feudal remains
Finisterre
Fishing

67
Folgoët
Fougeray
Fougeres
Froissart......
Gaf'r Innis.
Geology ...
Ghosts
Gildas S.
Gilles de Bretagne

39
Glossary........
Granville
Guerrande...
Guémené ...
Guildo
Guimiliau ...
Guingamp ....

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Abelard ........
Agriculture .........
Ancenis ........
Angers ..............
Ann hini goz........
Anne S..
Antiquities
Anne of Brittany..
Arthur King.

Prince ....
Aubin S. di Cornier
Audierne

54
Avranches ..........
Auray ................4 32, 62
Battle of the Thirties 2
Baud ...
Beignon....
Belle-Isle .....

59, 62
-- en-terre

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Blois, Count of ............23, 2

27, 63
Bonneville, Château of ...
Brest ..............

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Breton Language .....
Briac S. .......
Brieuc S.......

46, 51
Caen .......
Calvaries ..............

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Cancale
Carhaix ......
Carnac
Cast S. ......

31, 40, 63
Cattle.
Celtic Remains
Champ des Martyrs
Châteaubriant ....
Châteaulin
Châtelaudren
Cherburg .................
Churches ........

13, 14,
Concarneau ....
Costumes ........
Commanna .....
Conquet

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Coutances ...
Climate .................
Clisson .......

- Oliver de
Côtes du Nord...
Croisic ......
Cholle

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Brittany.

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Paimpol ........
Pardons ...
Physical Features
Pilgrimages .......
Ploermel ...................... 68, 69
Pol S. de Leon .....
Pontivy ...................

Pornic..............
| Pontorson ........

Port Louis.....

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Processions.
Quiberon .......... 4, 32, 65, 67
Quiinper..................
Quimperle ................
Quinipily, Venus of.....

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Rosporden .....
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Traditions ......
Trecesson ....
Treguier.............
Trépassés ..
Trouville
Ushant ..............
Vannes
Varades
Vendean Wars
Veneti.
Vire.............
Vitré ...............
Vocabulary ............
War of Succession ......

- Religion ..........
Writers on Brittany ......... 1,
William the Conqueror .........

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Sarzeau .....
Savenay.......
Servan S.
Social Customs...
Sport ....................
Sucinio ..
Superstitions.
Thégonnec S. ...
Thirties, Battle of
Tiffauges
Tinchebray .........
Tonquedec......
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Redon ...........................
Religion ...
Rennes ...................... 3
Rhuys.......................
Richard Cour de Lion ...
Roche Bernard....
Rollo ...................
Koman Occupation

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CONTENTS.

Effect of Railways in Brittany ..... page 11
II. Sources of information .................. „ 1, 2
JII. Routes to Brittany ..........

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IV. Tours of Brittany, with the principal places

and objects of interest ............pages 2 to 4
V. Physical features of each department , 4, 5
V Agriculture ..........

............ , 6, 7
VII. The Breton Language ................. 9,8 to 11

VIII. Antiquities: 1, Druidical and Celtic remains;

2, Roman remains; 3, Ecclesiastical re-

mains; 4, Feudal remalus ... pages 11 to 17

XI. History of Brittany:-.

1. General View · Traditions pago 18 to 20
2. Chronological Account:
(a) The Roman Period; (b) the Breton Kings;

(c) Dynasty of Nomenoe ; (d) the Dukes
of Brittany; (e) Connection with England;
(f) Ric..ard Ceur de Lion; (g) Prince
Arthur; (h) The War of the Succession
De Blois-De Montfort; the Countess De
Montfort; Intervention of England; Battle
of the Thirties; Bertrand Duguesclin;

Oliver de Clisson; Battle of Auray ; Suc-

cess of de Montfort; Treaty of Guerrande,

(i) Brittany during the 15th century--the

Penthièvres; Marshal Gilles de Retz; War

of the League. ; (') Anne of Brittany ; (k)

Brittany in the 16th century; Cession of Brit-
tany to France; The War of Religion; Henry
IV.; Edict of Nantes; (1) Brittany in the 17th
century; Revocation of the Edict of Nantes;
War with England; (m) Brittany in the

18th century; Dissolution of the Breton

Parliament; Great Fire of Rennes; Battle

of S. Cast; the Vendean War; the Battlo

of Quiberon; (n) Brittany in the 19th cen-

tury; the petite Chouannerie; present

political aspect p .........pages 20 to 32

ROUTE 1. Into Brittany from Paris. Paris to 8. Thegonnec (Commanna), Landivisiau, Lan. Rennes by Versailles, Chartres, Le Mans, Vitré. derneau, Kerhuon, Brest ........................ page 51 Rennes described, its history and antiquities...page 33 ROUTE X.-Brest to Quimper. Quelern and

ROUTE II.-Into Brittany from Havre. Havre Châteaulin, Le Faou. Excursions to Pleyben, to Rennes by Honfleur, Lisieux, Caen, Villers, Vire,

Huelgoët, Ménage de la Vierge, S. Herbot, DouarMortain, and Fougeres, with descriptions ... page 33

nenez, Quimper (its history, description), Cathedral

8. Corentin. Hotels. - Audierne, Trépassés, ROUTE III. - Into Brittany from Cherbourg.

Wrecking, Penmarch .... ........................ page 53 Cherbourg to S. Malo by S. LÔ, Coutances, Gran

ROUTE XI.-Into Brittany from Paris to Nantes ville, Avranches, Dol, Pontorson (Mont S. Michel),

by Le Mans. Angers, description - Champtocé, Cancale (oyster fishery), to S. Malo........... Page 35

Varades, S. Florent, The Vendeans, Ancenis, ChampROUTE IV.-Into Brittany from the Channel

toceaux. Nantes, its history, antiquities, and desIslands Channel Islands to S. Malo. Chausey

cription-De Montfort, Anne of Brittany, Henry Islands, 8. Malo (history, antiquities, and descrip- | Iv., Carrier, Duchess de Berri. Excursions (a) tion), S. Servan, The Rance, Combourg. Excursions into La Vendée. Clisson, The Castle, Oliver de Clisalong the coast: Dinard to Cape Frehel, S. Lunaire, son, Torfou, Tiffauges, Mortagne, Chollet, (6) down S. Briac, 8. Jacut, Guildo (Gilles de Bretagne), the Loire, Paimbeuf, Pornic, S. Nazaire, Guerrande, S. Cast (battle), Cape Frehel lighthouse...... page 37 Croisic, Belle Isle, Savenay, (c) up the Erdre to

ROUTE V.-8. Malo to Rennes. 1. Through | Nort, La Meilleraye, Chateaubriand ......... page 58 Diuan (a) by Châteauneuf ; (6) by Dinard; (c) up ROUTE XII.-Rennes to Vannes, rail. Fongeray, the Rance; (d) by Combourg. Description of Redon. Rochefort. Elven. Largouet. Vannes, desDinan: its history and antiquities, Bertrand

cription, history, antiquities-Roche-Bernard, SusDuguesclin. Excursions : Chateaux of Lehon,

pension bridge, Muzillac. Excursions (a) Sea of Montafilan, Hunaudaye, Jugon (Lamballe), on by

Morbihan, Gaf'r Innis (6) Peninsula of Rhuys, diligence. 2. By rail from Caulncs, or Montreuil,

Sucinio, Sarzeau, S. Gildas, Tumiac, (c) Druidical Evran, Hédé, to Rennes .......................... page 41

monuments ....

........... page 60 · ROUTE VI.-Rennes to S. Brieuc, by railway. ROUTE XIII. — Vannes to Quimper. Rail.

Lamballe (history and description). Excursion to s. Aune d'Auray; Miracle Church; Auray (desMoncontour (description), Pardon of S. Mathurin, cription), history (Battle of Auray); the Chartreuse " Ann hini goz." Loudéac, Mûr, Rostrenen, Car-Champ des Martyrs; Expiatory Chapel. Excur. baix (history and description), La Tour d'Auvergne. sions: (a), to Locmariaker; (b), to Carnac; stono Yffiniac, S. Brieuc (history and description), trade avenues; Quiberon (the battle), slaughter of with Jersey ..............

........... page 43 prisoners; (c), to Baud, Quinipily, the “Venus," ROUTE VII.-S. Brieuc to Morlaix, by the Locmine, S. Columban; Hennebont (description and coast; Lanleff, Paimpol, The Trégorrais, Pontrieux, history), Countess of Montfort; Church; Blavet Lezardrieux, Treguier, Roche Derrien, Lannion, fishing. Pontscorff, Lorient (dockyard), Salle Tonquedec: coast road; Perros-Guirec, Lamrur, d'Armes, Port Louis; Quimperlé (churches, 8. Jean-du-doigt, Morlaix (history, description, anti- Pardon des Oiseaux, history), Rosporden, Conquities), 8. Thegonnec, Guimiliau, Calvary...page 46 carneau (Sardine fishery)....... ......................page 62 ·

ROUTE VIII.-Morlaix to Brest by the sea ROUTE XIV. Quimper to Rennes, by road through coast. 8. Pol-de-Leon, Kreisker, Roscoff, Lesneven, Napoleonville; Scaer, Le Faouet, S. Fiacre (fishing). Folgoet, and other churches. Coast Scenery: Kernascleden, Guemené, Napoleonville, castle, Ushant, Conquet, S. Renan, s. Matthew, Brest church, old and new towns, Josselin, Castle (its (history and description)......................... page 49 history), church, Combat des Trente (conflicting

ROUTE IX.- S. Brieuc to Brest by railway. accounts, probable history), Ploërmel church, BeigChatelandren, Guingamp, Belleisle, Morlaix, non, Rennes ; conclusion.........................page 67

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