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and Mrs. Dodwell—Baron Mortier - - - - 1–5 TERNI.—Visit to the Grave of Sir William Drummond–Monument to Miss Bathurst—Count Paul Esterhazy—Waterfall . 5–14 SPOLETTo.—Temple of Concord—Aqueduct—Church of St. Filippo Neri - - - - - - 14–16 LORETTo.—The Santa Casa—Toys - - - - 16–25 ANCONA.—Position of the Town—Colossal Ship—Female Heroism— Punch . - - - - - - - - 25–32

RAvenNA.—An Execution—Popish Intolerance—Cardinal Rivarola– Absurd Regulation—Tyranny—Lord Byron–The Palazzo Guiccioli—The Countess — Noblesse of Ravenna – Antiquities and Buildings—Dante—Theodoric—The English in Italy . 32–68 FERRARA. — Tomb of Ariosto — Library — Manuscripts of Ariosto, Tasso and Guarini—Will of Tasso—Prison of Tasso–Soliloquy of Tasso—Infirmities of Genius—Character of Ariosto . 68–103

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VENICE.-Banks of the Brenta—Villa–First View of Venice, Canaletti —Hotel—The Piazza of St. Mark—Enrico Dandolo—The Giants’ Stairs—Treasures of Art—Bridge of Sighs— Palazzo Mocenigo, formerly inhabited by Lord Byron–Moore and Byron at Venice— Italian Jew—Marriage of the Doge and the Adriatic–Palaces— Inquisition—Mad-house—Fête of Santa Maria Formosa—Lady

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