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BRA DSH AW'S
HAND-BOOK TO ITALY,
NORTH AND SOUTH;
SICILY AND SARDINIA:
FORMING A COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE WHOLE COUNTRY UNDER ITS PRESENT TERRITORIAL DIVISIONS :
ADAPTED TO THE RAILWAY SYSTEM;
WITH MAPS AND PLANS.
And SHEFFIELD:-14, FARGATE;
BRIGHTON:-H. & C. TREACHER, I, NORTH STREET; SOUTHAMPTON:--COX & SHARLAND, HIGH STREET ;
DUBLIN:-CARSON BROTHERS, 7, GRAFTON STREET (6 DOORS FROM NASSAU STREET): .'
BOULEVARD ANSPAOH ;
GERMANY: J. F. KOEHLER, LEIPZIG;
BRENTANO, 5, UNION SQUARE, NEW YORK;
This HAND-BOOK TO ITALY, forming one of BRADSHAW's series of Guides, embraces the whole extent of the Italian Peninsula, according
to the territorial divisions now established.
It offers to the Traveller or Resident, in one moderately sized
volume, a complete description of every place and locality of any importance—with a particular account of all the Galleries, Works of Art, Buildings, Sights, Natural Scenery, and other objects of interest; and, as usual, it is adapted throughout to the latest development of the Railway system. Ample details are given of Modern and Ancient Rome, as well as of Naples, Florence, Venice, Milan, Turin, Genoa, Bologna, &c. (including the latest antiquarian discoveries), under their respective heads.
We shall esteem it a favour if those who use the work will have
the goodness to forward any corrections or suggestions for improving it, to 59, Fleet Street, London; or Albert Square, Manchester,
Distances of the Principal Railway