s Geneva for Rom.
Convent of St. Bernard.
visit to Lord Byron.
Day after to-morrow, Brooks and I set forth for Venice and Cogswell.
One of the persm it of above two years. . . . .
The approach to Venice is striking and beautiful.
The city is built, as ing, by Count Cicognara, President of the Academy of Venice, Schlegel, Mustoxidis, a native of Corcyra and a member of the French Institute, and Dandolo, a young Venetian patrician of talent and acuteness.
October 19.—As in all the Italian cities, so in Venice, there is little society, and the persons I have knto the tranect, to the common ferry Which trades to Venice; embarked on the lagoon, and looked back for the last time on Venice, which seems from the opposite shore to dance like a fairy creation on the undulations of th Mira, on the Brenta, and about fourteen miles from Venice, we came to the villa now occupied by Lord Byron, a
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Trist, Mrs., 348.
Trowbridge, Sir, Thomas, 180, 277.
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Tuscany, Leopold Grand Duke of, 489.
Ubaldo, Marchese, 175.
Van Buren, Martin, 372, 409.
Van Rensselaer, General, 381.
Varnhagen Von Ense 495.
Vathek. See Beckford.
Vaughan, Benjamin, 55, 352 note, 413.
Vaughan, John, 15, 55, 352.
Vaughan, Mr., 209, 372 and note, 381, 382.
Vaughan, William, 55, 58, 263, 352 note, 413.
Venice, visits, 162-166.
Verplanck, Mr., 381.
Victoria, Princess, 435, 437.
Vignolles, Rev. Mr., 424.
Villafranca, Marques de, 197.
Villemain, A. F., 131, 133, 139.
Villers, pamphlet in defence of Gottingen
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Villiers, Hon., Edward, 437 and note.
Villiers, Hon. Mrs. Edward, 437 and note.
Villiers, Mrs., 418.
Virginia, visits, 26, 31-38.
Vogel von Vogelstein, 482, 490.
Von der Hagen,