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PUBLISHED BY HUNT AND CLARKE,
No.4, YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN.
"AGE, THE," 471.
American Dramatists, 466.
America, War in, reviewed, 504.
Black Book, Appendix to the, reviewed,
Brighton, a Visit to, 460-Italian opera,
461-Bond-street, ib.-travels in Italy,
462-departure from London, ib.-arri-
val at Brighton, 463-the Park, ib.-
Kemp Town, 464-Tupper's rooms, ib.
-the Pavilion, 465-Marine Parade,
Butleriana, No. IV. 225-a buffoon, ib.-
a cruel man, ib.-a cutpurse, 226-a
fencer, 227-a forger, ib.-an Hector,
228-an highwayman, ib.--an host, 229
-a lampooner, 230-a detractor, ib.-
a conjurer, 231-a tennis-player, ib.-
No. V. 396-a self-conceited man, ib.
—a bawd, ib.—an ambitious man, 397
-a vapourer, 398-a morose man, 399
—a railer, 400-a drunkard, ib.—a mas-
ter of arts, 401.
Casanova, Extract of the Memoirs of, 254
-his imprisonment in the lead cham-
bers of the Inquisition of Venice, ib.
-conversation with the jailer, 258-
the secretary of the State Inquisitors
sends him some books, 259-he falls
ill, and is visited by a physician, 250-
earthquake, 262-description of the
prison, ib.-they give him a companion,
who is in love, 263-he is left alone,
264-a new year's gift from the patri-
cian Bragadino, 465-preparations for
his escape, 266-Count Abbé Fanarola,
268-is removed from his cell, 270-
frightful subterraneous dungeons, ib.-
secret correspondence with the prison-
ers Marino Balbi, and Count Asquina,
273-new preparations for escape, 274
— ridiculous superstition of Serodaci,
276-effects his escape, 284.
Confessions of a Theorist, 25.
Connoisseur, the Speculations of a, 243.
Continent, Journal of a Traveller on the,
No. VII. 1-Domo d'Ossola, ib.-Lago
Maggiore, ib.-Borromean islands, ib.-
Isola Bella, ib.-Isola Madre, 2-Aus-
trian collector at Laveno, ib.-the city
of Varese, ib. Como, 3-Latin in-
scriptions in the cathedral, ib.—Villa
d'Este, ib. Pliny's villa, ib.-Villa
Tanzi, 4-arrives at Milan, 5-the ca-
thedral, ib.-the chapel of St. Charles
Borromeo, 6-the public walk, ib.-
the theatre Cannobliano, ib.-the gal-
lery of paintings at the Brera, ib.—the
Ambrosian Library, 7-Anecdote of St.
Charles Borromeo, 8-reliques of the
dresses of the Blessed Virgin, ib.-
St. Ambrose, ib.-the museum of ana-
tomy, 9-the Certosa, near Pavia, ib.
image of the Saviour, made by Ag-
barus, 10-the works of Boethius, 11-
Voghera, 12-Novi, ib.-reaches Genoa,
13-the arsenal, 15-the poor-house,
ib.-Pisa, 20—the Leaning Tower, ib.
--the Campo Santo, 21--Tuscan
ploughs, 22-Leghorn, ib.-the climate
of Pisa, 23-Lucca, ib.-Pistoia, 24-
No. VIII. 147 Florence, ib. - the
bridge of the Holy Trinity, ib.-a
fowler, 148-the celebrated gallery,
149-the Florentine churches, ib.-
the Pitti Palace, 150-anatomical mo-
dels in wax at the Spegola, ib.-Perugia,