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Publishers are alone responsible for their reproduction in their present form, and for the order in which they now appear.

To enhance the value of the volume, illustrations of several of our great masters' works are given, which did not accompany the papers as originally published, viz.—The Shepherd Boy, Count Ugolino, the Nativity, Mrs. Siddons, the Infant Hercules, and the Holy Family, by Reynolds; the Marriage à la Mode, and the Rake's Progress, by Hogarth; the Fall of Carthage, and the Grand Canal at Venice, by Turner; Rustic Hospitality, Sunday Morning, Sale of the Pet Lamb, and the Fisherman's Departure, by Collins; Cupid in a Shell, and Ulysses and the Syrens, by Etty; Blake's Scene from Dante; and Flaxman's Charon's Boat, Descent of Beatrice, his sculptured Guardian Angel, and Thy Will be Done. A few words in illustration of these subjects have been inserted in the text from the ART-JOURNAL.

The Rambles in Rome appeared in that publication in 1857, without illustrations; the fifteen subjects, however, now introduced as such, will need no apology for their insertion.

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Plympton, from the Castle Walls .... Town Hall, Plympton ............... Plympton Church .................. Room in which Reynolds was born .. Plympton Grammar School .. Cloisters of the Grammar School...... The Infant Hercules ................ The Holy Family .................. Grammar School, and House in which

Reynolds was born .............. Reynolds’s House, Leicester Square .. Crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral ........ Hogarth's House, Chiswick. Scene from Marriage à la Mode .. Scene from The Rake's Progress Hogarth's House, Leicester Square.... His Palette ......... His Tomb in Chiswick Churchyard .... Schomberg House .. Gainsborough's Grave, Kew Cosway's House .... His Monumental Tablet ...... Morland's Emblematical Palette His Burial-place ....... Colomondie House .. The Tomb of Wilson ...

PAGE Birthplace of Turner ..............

His Residence .............. 6 House in which Turner died ; Residence of Collins . 9 | His Grave...............

| Etty's House, York ............ 24 His Tomb.

Blake's House, Fountain Court

Spirit of a Flea 34 Scene from Dinte

Residence of Flaxman ........ 38 The Guardian Angel ....

Monument in Heston Church
Charon's Boat .........
The Descent of Beatrice
“Thy Will be Done"
Flaxman's Tomb...........
Birthplace of Nollekens ...... .....
His Monument
The Protestant Cemetery, Rome
Grave of Shelley .........
Tomb of Keats
Old St. Pancras, 1740 ..............
Cooper's Monumental Tablet ........
George Vertue and his Wife........... 132
Tablet to the Memory of G. Vertue .. 137

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PAGE Woollett's House ......

The Coliseum ...... His Tomb..........

144 The Forum Bewick's House, Newcastle .......... 145 | Arch of Titus .... His Grave, Ovingham ...

150 The Bronze Wolf ...................

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FULL-PAGE ENGRAVINGS.

The Shepherd Boy.............Frontispiece | St. Peter's, Rome ....
Count Ugolino and his Sons Face page 27 The Coliseum ......................
The Nativity ...

| The Aqueduct at the Pont du Gard . Mrs. Siddons as the Tragic Muse.... Rome The Fall of Carthage.......

Arch of Septimus Severus Venice: the Grand Canal .........

Column of Trajan .. Rustic Hospitality

Arch of Trajan ..... Sunday Morning ..........

The Laocoon ......... The Sale of the Pet Lamb

The Transfiguration The Fisherman's Departure ...

The Ponte Rotto and the Ponte St. Cupid in a Shell .........

Angelo .. Ulysses and the Syrens ........ 93 | Chair of St. Peter

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