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CHAPTER III.
Dalmatian cuisine—The Emperor Diocletian—Remains of the old palace—We make two friends
—Wines of Dalmatia—Customs of the Morlaks—A visit to Salona—A great fête—Costumes—
Morlak singing
CHAPTER IV.
Voyage to Cattaro—A bora—The gulf of Narenta—The Herzegovina —The Island of Curzola—
Ragusa—The Bocche di Cattan—The frontier of Montenegro—The fortress of Cattaro—Evening
promenade—Personal attractions of the Cattarine ladies— Rough roads—Prince Nikita's coach
—Bosnian refugees—A Bosnian's luggage
CHAPTER V.
March to Cettinje—The pass across the frontier—Montenegrin warriors—Cettinje—A land of
stones—The Prince's Hotel— Frontier disputes—The commission—Montenegrin method of
making war—A game of billiards—A Draconic law—A popular prince
CHAPTER VI.
The occupation of a Montenegrin gentleman—The public library —Prince Nikita's prisoners—
Albanian versus Montenegrin —A Montenegrin loan—The prince as a sportsman—The museum
— The hospital
CHAPTER VII.
Journey to Scutari—Atrocities—A runaway—The vale of Rieka— A Montenegrin sailor—The lions
of Rieka—The perils of the night
CHAPTER VIII.
A great victory—A good old custom—On the Lake of Scutari— The londra—The debateable land
—Boat song—Encampment—Scutari —A reminiscence of Cremorne—The brothers Toshli—
Willow-pattern plates—At the British consulate
CHAPTER IX.
Condition of Albania—Her races—The Mussulman—The Christian— The Arnaut—Prince
Scanderbeg—Turkish rule—Albanian language —Gendarmes on strike—A Scutarine beauty—
Courtship and marriage —Nuns
CHAPTER X.
The bazaar—Turkish gipsies—The vendetta—An assassin—A way to pay debts—Bosnian
refugees—A card-party—Paving stones —Burglars—Army doctors—Change for a ten pound
note—Our horses
CHAPTER XI.
Our Lady of Scutari—A miracle—The fête—A funeral—A drunken Arnaut—Our escort—Two more
Britons—Warm discussion—War— Marco
CHAPTER XII.
March to Podgoritza—An Albanian khan—Our cook—The Fund— Across the lake—Night visitors
—The frontier—Podgoritza— The armourer—The war minister—Dobra Pushka
CHAPTER XIII.
War preparations—Our camp visitors—An impromptu ball— English-consul fashion—Robbers— 181
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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