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Frescati and Albano.—Dialogue between an
English and Scotch Gentleman.
The same subject continued.
Milan.—The Cathedral. --Museum.—Man-
Turin.-St. Ambrose.—A Proceffion.- Mount
LETTER LXXX. p. 470.
Journey from Geneva to Besançon.-Obfer
vation of a French peasant. Of an old Woman.-Remarks of a French Friseur on the English nation.
LETTER LXXXI. p. 478. The Marquis de F
LETTER LXXXII. p. 489, Reflections on foreign travel,
you may not suspect me of X
Yo affectation, or that I wilh to afse she fume the character of a connoifseur, when I tell you, that I have very great pleasure in contemplating the antique statues and busts, of which there are such numbers in this city. It is a natural curiosity, and I have had it all my life in VOL. II. B