alian marble, after the beautiful model of the tomb of Scipio Africanus, disinterred some years since at Rome.
On Ivy path, most of those who see the name of Francis Stanton, on a plinth, supporting the faustum of a column and an urn, will scarcely need to be reminded of his virtues-even by these few lines:--
An upright mercwas identified with this labor, indeed, in a sense worthy of notice.
It is said that, after the years which were spent in its preparation
Murray. for the public eye, the last sheet finally went to press on the very morning of Mr. Leverett's decease.
The established standing this work has a of it; that of Martha coffin Derby --belonging, however, to a class represented in the cuts — is among them. are a specimen of this sort; and the monument of Francis Stanton, already mentioned, in the same vicinity, is supported in like manner by those of Messrs. Blake and Hallet.
We should commend attention to the general taste