The Author describes his travels with the Wanderer, whose character is further illustrated–Morning scene, and View of a Village Wake–Wanderer’s account of a Friend whom he purposes to visit–View, from an eminence, of the Valley which his Friend had chosen for his retreat–Sound of singing from below–A funeral procession–Descent into the Valley–Observations drawn from the Wanderer at sight of a book accidentally discovered in a recess in the Valley–Meeting with the Wanderer’s friend, the Solitary– Wanderer’s description of the mode of burial in this mountainous district–Solitary contrasts with this, that of the individual carried a few minutes before from the cottage–The cottage entered–Description of the Solitary’s apartment–Repast there– View, from the window, of two mountain summits; and the Solitary’s description of the companionship they afford him–Account of the departed inmate of the cottage–Description of a grand spectacle upon the mountains, with its effect upon the Solitary’s mind– Leave the house.