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Malta | John Stoddard's Lectures



Malta. Illustrated and embellished with views of the world's famous places and people, being the identical discourses delivered during the past eighteen years under the title of the Stoddard lectures.

TitleMalta - John L. Stoddard's Lectures
AuthorJohn L. Stoddard
PublisherNorwood Press
Year1901
Copyright1901, John L. Stoddard
AmazonJohn L. Stoddard's Lectures 13 Volume Set
-Malta
The Mediterranean is unique among the waters of the globe. No other sea is comparable to it in historic interest. Its situation also is unrivaled. Three continents join hands and compass it, as if...
-Malta. Part 2
Classic Waters. Ruins Of Tyre. Approaching Malta. They are the islands Malta, Gozo, and Comino. Not long ago they rose still higher from the waves, and were united. That such was their con...
-Malta. Part 3
A Maltese Garden. Fior del Mondo - the Flower of the World. A Tempting Dish. Gliding Inward From The Sea. Entrance To The Grand Harbor. The impression of its power is also omnipr...
-Malta. Part 4
Gate Of The Bombs. The origin of this brotherhood was humble, peaceful, and self-sacrificing ; for, early in the eleventh century, it started in Jerusalem as a society of guardians and nurses for ...
-Malta. Part 5
Battle Of Ascalon. Syrian Muleteer, Near Acre. A Moslem Warrior. The physical geography of a country determines to some extent its morals. The people of a maritime region are naturally nei...
-Malta. Part 6
On settling in Malta, the Knights well knew that it would not be long before the Turks, against whom they still waged incessant war, would try to force them out of their new home, as they had driven t...
-Malta. Part 7
Where Knights And Moslems Fought. John Be La Valette. Nevertheless, although St. Elmo had thus fallen, Malta itself was far from being subdued. If the child has been purchased at so terrible ...
-Malta. Part 8
The Strada Reale. Each house has one or more projecting balconies, sometimes screened temporarily by a colored awning, as in Spain ; sometimes enclosed and pierced with windows, the blinds of whic...
-Malta. Part 9
Street Of Santa Lucia. Fresh Milk In Valetta. Street Of San Giovanni. A Maltese Group. A Polyglot Port, Valetta. Porta Marsamuscetto. Unfortunately, poverty in Malta goes hand...
-Malta. Part 10
A Valetta Cab. Two famous men are said to have been shipwrecked on the coast of Malta, - Ulysses and St. Paul. The Odyssey tell us of the one, the Bible of the other. Poetry describes the Grecia...
-Malta. Part 11
Into Threads Of Sunlit Spray. More numerous, however, than the souvenirs of saints, and more impressive even than the bolts and bars drawn by Great Britain round this island citadel, are the memor...
-Malta. Part 12
Silver Gate In St. John's Church. Chapel Of Our Lady Of Ph1lermos In St. John's Church. Looking at length above me, I discovered that the ceiling of this church was as remarkable as its paveme...
-Malta. Part 13
The Armory Of The Knights. Repeated visits must be made to this magnificent structure, if one would carry away from it any clear idea of its pictorial and plastic, as well as its architectural, em...









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