Preface; Letters of Marque: 1. Of the beginning of things; 2. Shows the charm of Rajputana and of Jeypore, the city of the Globe-trotters; 3. Does not in any sort describe the dead city of Amber; 4. The Temple of Mahadeo and the manners of such as see India; 5. Of the sordidness of the supreme government on the revenue side; 6. Showing how Her Majesty's mails went to Udaipur and fell out by the way; 7. Touching the children of the sun and their city; 8. Divers passages of speech and action whence the nature, arts, and disposition of the king and his subjects may be observed; 9. Of the pig-drive which was a panther-killing, and of the departure to Chitor; 10. A little of the history of Chitor, and the malpractices of a she-elephant; 11. Proves conclusively the existence of the dark tower visited by Childe Rolande, and of 'Bogey' who frightens children; 12. Contains the history of the Bhumia of Jhaswara, and the record of a visit to the house of strange stories; 13. A king's house and country; 14. Among the Houyhnhnms; 15. Treats of the startling effect of a reduction in wages and the pleasures of loaferdom; 16. The comedy of errors and the exploitation of Boondi; 17. Shows that there may be poetry in a bank, and attempts to show the wonders of the palace of Boondi; 18. Of the uncivilised night and the departure to things civilised; 19. Comes back to the railway, after reflections on the management of the Empire; From Sea to Sea: 1. Of freedom and the necessity of using her; 2. The River of the Lost Footsteps and the Golden Mystery upon its banks; 3. The City of Elephants which is governed by the Great God of Idleness, who lives on the top of a hill; 4. Showing how I came to Palmiste Island the place of Paul and Virginia, and fell asleep in a garden; 5. Of the threshold of the Far East and the dwellers thereon; 6. Of the well-dressed islanders of Singapur and their diversions; 7. Shows how I arrived in China and saw entirely through the Great Wall and out upon the other side; 8. Of Jenny and her friends; 9. Some talk with a Taipan and a General; 10. Shows how I came to Goblin Market and took a scunner at it and cursed the Chinese People; 11. Of Japan at ten hours' sight, containing a complete account of the manners and customs of its people, a history of its constitution, products, art, and civilisation, and omitting a tiffin in a tea-house with O-Toyo; 12. A further consideration of Japan; 13. The Japanese theatre and the story of the thunder cat; 14. Explains in what manner I was taken to Venice in the rain, and climbed into a devil fort; 15. Kioto, and how I fell in love with the chief belle there after I had conferred with certain China merchants who trafficked in tea; 16. The party in the parlour who played games; 17. Of the nature of the Tokaido and Japanese railway construction; 18. Concerning a hot-water tap, and some general conversation; 19. The legend of Nikko Ford and the story of the avoidance of misfortune; 20. Shows how I grossly libelled the Japanese army, and edited a civil and military gazette which is not in the least trustworthy; 21. Shows the similarity between the Babu and the Japanese; 22. Shows how I came to America before my time and was much shaken in body and soul; 23. How I got to San Francisco and took tea with the natives there; 24. Shows how through folly I assisted at a murder and was afraid.