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and the Illustrations have been received favourably by those qualified to form a judgment on such subjects; and having been enabled, by subsequent visits to Italy and some researches at home, to make amendments and explanatory comments on them, I have added much new matter, which, I hope, may contribute, in some degree, to their general interest, and make them more useful to the traveller.
I am aware that this new portion of my volumes requires most excuse, but that excuse will, I hope, suggest itself to the reader; for, if it does not, nothing that the writer might say would be of any avail.
CONTENTS OF TOL. I.
Switzerland — Chamorni — Byron — Shelley — Madame de Stael
— Schlcgel — Bonstetten, his account of Vol taire — Departure for