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LETTER XLVII, p. 21. The present Pope.--Ganganelli.-- A Scotch

Presbyterian.

LETTER XLVIII. p. 34.

Zeal of Pius VI.-Institution of the Jubilee.

-Ceremony of building up the holy door of St. Peter's by the present Pope. The ceremony of high mass performed by the Pope on Christmas-day.-Character of the prefent Pope.He is admired by thc Roman women.--The Benediction pronounced in the grand area before the church of St. Peter's,

LETTER XLIX. p. 48.

Presented to the Pope.-- Reflections on the situation of Sovereigns in general. --The Sovereign Pontif' in particular.

LETTER L. p. 63, Modern Romans.-- Roman women compared with those of England.-

Portrait painting in Italy, and elsewhere.

LETTER LI. p. 78. Carnival at Rome.--- Masquerades and other

amusements in the Corso.- Horse-races. Serious Opera.---Great sensibility in a young woman._Extravagant expreson of a Roman citizen at the Opera.--A Serenade on Christmas morning.-Female performers prohibited on the Theatres at Rome.Eunuchs substituted. The effe&t on the minds of Spectators.

LETTER LII. p. 91.

Journey from Rome to Naples.--Veletri.

Otho.- Sermonetta.--Peevish Travellers.
Monte Circello.Piperno.-Folla Nuova.

LETTER LIII.

p. 104.

Terracina.-Via Appia.-Fundi.-Gaeta.

Illustrious French Rebels. - Burbon.
Minturnæ,-Marius.-Hannibal.

LETTER LIV. p. 1 2 İ.
Naples.--Fortress of St. Elmo.-Conversa-

tion with a Lady regarding the Car-
thuhans.Manufactures.--Number of in-
habitants.

LETTER LVII. p. 148.
The Neapolitan Nobles.The Peasants,

LETTER LVIII. p. 156.
Citizens.-Lawyers.-- Physicians.- Clergy.

Convents.-Lazzaroni.

LETTER. LIX. p. 169.
Herculaneum.- Portici.-Pompcia,

LETTER LX. p. 187.
Poetical Rehearsers in the fireets of Naples.

Street Orators and Historians.- Improu-
visatoris. Signora Corilla. Senfibility
of Italians - English Gentlemen of the
Ton.- A Neapolitan Mountebank.

LETTER LXI. p. 205.

A vist to Mount Vesuvius.

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LETTER LXII.

p. 218.

Observations on the pulmonary Consumption.

LETTER LXIII. p. 258.
Neapolitan and English customs and charac-

ters criticised and compared, in a conver-
sation between two English Gentlemen.

LETTER XLIV. p. 274.
The liquefa&tion of St. Januarius's blood.

Proceffion, ceremonies, anxiety of the
people.Their preposterous abuse of the
Saint.- Observation of a Roman Catholic.

LETTER LXV. P. 291.

The Tomb of Virgil.-Pauslippo.- A Nea-

politan Valet.-Grotta del Cane.-Campi
Phlegrei, Solfaterra, Monte Nuova, &c.
-Puzzoli.--Baia.Cumą.

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