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CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.

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LETTER XLV.-Route to Toulon--Sketch of the Town and Harbour

- Navy Yard-Arsenal-Botanic Garden. . . . . . . . 9

LETTER XLVI.—Route to Nice-Le Luc-Draguignan-Frejus-Can-

nes- Antibes-Arrival at Nice-Sketch of the Town. . . . . 20

LETTER XLVII.-Route from Nice to Genoa-Monaco-Mentone-

Ventimiglia-San Remo-Albenga-Finale-Savone-- Arrival at Genoa. 31

LETTER XLVIII.—Sketch of Genoa—Principal Streets--Aspect of the

Town-Harbour_Moles and Defences-Royal Navy--Arrival of the King

- Palaces-Paintings. . . . . . . . . . . 44

LETTER XLIX.-Genoa continued--University-Hospitals—Churches

-Cathedral-St. Mathew's-St. Stephen's-St. Maria-Annunziata-Cere-

monies of Holy Week--King's Birth-Day-Public Amusements-Manufac-

tures-Albaro-Birth-Place of Columbus. . . . . . . 57

LETTER L.--Route from Genoa to Pisa—Italian Coaches-Chiavari-

Sestri–Mountain Scenery-Borghetto-Gulf of Spezia—Sarzana–Massa-

Pietra Santa-Lucca-Ride to Pisa. . . . . . . . . 69

LETTER LI.-Sketch of Pisa-Banks of the Arno--Bridges-Leaning

Tower-Ancient Port-Cathedral ---Baptistry-Campo Santo_Churches

Santa Maria Della Spina ---Botanic Garden-University-Theatre--Excur.

sion to Leghorn-Sketch of the Town and Harbour. . . . . 81

LETTER LII.-Vale of the Arno-Arrival at Florence-Sketch of the

City-External Appearance-Bridges-Cathedral-Baptistry-Campanile. 94

LETTER LIII.—Florence continued—Churches-Santa Croce-St. Lo-

renzo-Tombs of the Medici-Laurentian Library-Santa Maria Novella

Annunziata-Museum-Botanic Garden-Pitti Palace-Boboli Garden

Cascine, . . . . . . . . . . . . 106

LETTER LIV.-Florence continued --Gallery-Sketch of Fiesole-Ex-

cursion to Vallombrosa. . . . . . . . . . . 120

LETTER LV.-Departure for Rome-Incisa--Arezzo-Birth-Place of

Petrarch-Vale of Chiana-Lake Thrasymenus-Scene of the Battle between

Flaminius and Hannibal-Perugia_First View of the Tiber-Vale and Foun-

tain of the Clitumnus-Spoleto-Terni. . . . . . . . 133

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LETTER LVI.—Route to Rome-Vale of the Nar-Passage through the

Mountains-Narni-Otricoli-Civita Castellana-Mount Soracte-Baccano

-Campagna di Roma-Milvian Bridge-Porta del Popolo-Arrival at

Rome. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147

LETTER LVII.-Sketch of Rome- View from the Capitoline Hill-Out-

lines of the City and Environs-Aspect of the Seven Hills-Ruins of the Fo-

rum-Triumphal Arches-Ancient Temples—Coliseum. . . . . 157

LETTER LVIII.—Rome continued—Forum of Trajan— Pantheon-

Tomb of Raphael-Campus Martius-Mausoleum of Augustus Banks of

the Tiber-Bridges-Castle of St. Angelo- Island of Æsculapius-Cloaca

Maxima-Temple of Vesta-Port at Ripa Grande. . . . . 169

LETTER LIX.—Rome continued-Capitoline Hill—Tarpeian Rock-

Mamertine Prison—Temple of Jupiter Feretrius-Church of Araceli-Sta-

tue of Aurelius–Senator's House-Museum.

Alreriusoepator s nouse-Museum. . . . . . . 177

LETTER LX.-Rome continued-Ride round the Walls—Tomb of the

Scipios--Baths of Caracalla-Tomb of Cecilia Metella-Circus of Caracalla

-Catacombs-Fountain of Egeria—Baths of Titus-Gardens of Sallust-

Excursion to Tivoli—Villa of Adrian. . . . . . . . 187

LETTER LXI.-Departure for Naples-Alban Mount-Aricia-Genzano

--Velletri—Pontine Marshes—Terracina—Entrance of the Neapolitan Domi-

nions-Fondi—Itri-Mausoleum of Cicero_Mola di Gaeta. . . . 199

LETTER LXII.—Route from Gaeta to Naples—Minturne-River Li-

ris-Capua-Aversa-Arrival at Naples-Aspect of the City-Principal

Streets—Sketch of the Bay, Islands, Shores, Harbour, and other outlines-

Royal Garden— Tombs of Virgil and Sannazaro. . . . . . 213

LETTER LXIII.- Naples continued-Churches—Cathedral—Miracle of

St. Januarius-Religious Festivals-St. Sincero—Museum-King's Palace. 225

LETTER LXIV.- Naples continued-Capo di Monte-Albergo de' Po-

veri-Chinese College-Catacombs-Campo Santo-Theatres—Excursion

to Capri. . . . . . . . . . . . . 237

LETTER LXV.--Excursion to Baia-Pausilypo--Lake Agnano-Grotto

del Cane-Gulf of Baiæ-Pozzuoli-Ancient Port-Baths of Nero-Lucrine

Lake-Lake of Avernus-Grotto of the Sibyl-Cumæ-Acheron_Ruins of

Baiæ-Elysian Fields--Cape Miseno–Villa of Cicero-Solfatara. . . 249

LETTER LXVI.—Excursion to the top of Vesuvius-Description of the

Crater-Herculaneum. . . . . . . . . . . 262

LETTER LXVII.-Excursion to Pompeii-Description of the Ruins. 270

LETTER LXVIII.-Excursion to Pæstum-Vale of the Sarno-Nocera-

La Cava-Bay and Town of Salerno-Eboli-Sketch of the Ruins of Pæs-

tum. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 279

LETTER LXIX.-Departure from Naples-Visit to Caserta-Palace-

Garden--- Aqucduct-Return to Mont Albano. . . . . . . 289
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LETTER LXX.-Sketch of Monte Albano-Shores of the Alban Lake-

Excursion to Lake Nemi-Pompey's Prison-Museum of Antiquities--Grot-

to-Ferrata-Frascati-Ruins of Tusculum-Modern Palaces—Return to
Rome. · · · · · · · · ·

297

LETTER LXXI.—Sketch of Rome resumed-Description of St. Peter's
Church. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 306

LETTER LXXII.—Rome continued—Vatican-Sala Regia--Sistine

Chapel-Last Judgment of Michael Angelo-Paoline Chapel-Galleries and

Chambers of Raphael-Collection of Pictures. . . . . . . 318

LETTER LXXIII.— Rome continued—Vatican Museum --Library-Gar-
den-Sketch of the present Pope. . . . . . . . . 327

LETTER LXXIV.-Rome continued-Pope's Cathedral— Public Festi-

val-Baptistery-Scala Santa-Church of Santa Maria Maggiore--St. Mary

of the Angels-Monte Testaccio—Tomb of Caius Cestius–Protestant Ceme-

tery-Excursion to St. Paul's of the Three Fountains. . . . . 338

LETTER LXXV.–Rome continued— Tomb of Tasso-Corsini Palace

Mount Janiculum-Fountain of Paul V.- Villa Doria Pamfili-Doria Palace

-Scene upon the Corso-Palazzo Rospigliosi—Guido's Aurora–Gallery. 347

LETTER LXXVI.-Rome continued-Nero's Tower—Villa Albani-
Studio of Trentanove-Borghese Palace-Excursion to Mons Sacer-Canoni-
zation of a new Saint-Sunday in Rome-Spada and Farnese Palaces-Villa

Borghese-Finale of the Pope's Saint. . . . . . . . 354

LETTER LXXVII.-Rome continued— Barberini Palace-Studio of Ca-
pova-Thorwaldsen-Colonna Palace-Michael Angelo's Statue of Moses-
Studio of Camuccini-Sciarra Palace-Anniversary of St. John-Palazzo Far-

nesina-Jews at Rome-Villa Mattei-Church of St. Stephen-Studio of Lan-

di and Cavaliere. . . . . . . . . . . . 364

LETTER LXXVIII.--Rome concluded-- Festival of St. Peter--illumination
of his Church-Fireworks of St. Angelo-Monte Cavallo-Temple of the Sun

-Massimi Palace- A Summer Day in Rome-Mal'aria-Ceremony of taking
the Veil—Theatres—Academy of St. Luke-Skull of Raphael-Celebration
of the Fourth of July-American Consul. . . . . . . . 373

LETTER LXXIX.-Departure from Rome-Falls of the Velino-Re-
turn to Florence-Climate Manners of the People—Public Amusements
Character of the Government. . . . . . . . . . . 383

LETTER LXXX.-Florence continued-Productive Industry of Tuscany
-Manufacture of Silks—Straw Hats- Public Institutions--Education-As-

cendency of the Priesthood—Religious Processions—A Living Saint-Thea-
tres-Opera--The Goldoni-Academy of Fine Arts-Reading-RoomItalian

Newspapers. . . . . . . . . . . . . 392

LETTER LXXXI.-Excursion to the Baths of Lucca-Pistoia --Pescia
-Vale of the Serchio-Arrival at the Baths-Scorpions—Sketch of Scenery
- Hot Springs-Buonvisi-Count Demidoff—Theatre-Balls-Casino-Cor-

So-Ponte Serraglio. . . . . . . . . . . . 400

COMPRISING

THE JOURNAL OF A TOUR

THROUGH

IRELAND, ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, FRANCE, ITALY, AND

SWITZERLAND,

IN THE YEARS 1825, 26, AND '27.

BY N. H. CARTER.

IN TWO VOLUMES.

VOL. II.

NEW-YORK:
PUBLISHED BY G. & C. CARVILL, 108 BROADWAY.

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