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GENEVA.-Mount Jura – Lake Leman – Ferney – Voltaire - Learned

Ladies-English Burial Ground—J. J. Rousseau – The House in
which he was born-Magazine of M. Baute

46-65
LAUSANNE.-Residence of Gibbon-John Kemble-Beauties of Lau-

65-70
BERNE.—Swiss Costume-Fondness of the Bernese for Bears-Origin
of the Supporters to the Civic Arms

70–73
BADEN.–Roofed Wooden Bridges—Baths and Bathers 73–75
ZURICH.–Tomb of Gessner-Lavater—Physiognomy and Phrenology-

Letters of Lady Jane Grey to Henricus Bulingerus in the Town
Library-Letter from Frederick of Prussia to Professor H. Muller

on Swiss Songs—“ Psalterium Davidis," a Greek MS. 75_85
SCHAUFHAUSEN.—Beauty of its Scenery- Its Cascade

85-86
LUCERNE.-Its lovely Scenery-Village of Egliseau-Fountain of the
Lion

86-88
SECHERON.–Anecdotes of Byron and Shelley, by Maurice, the Boatman

on the Lake of Geneva-Nantua - Bellegarde-Natural Curiosity
near Bellegarde

88–93
LYONS.—The Antient Lugdunum – Remains of Antiquity – Various

Calamities to Lyons—Museum-Bronze Tablets of Emperor Clau-
dius-Leg of a Bronze Horse – The Saône and the Rhône-City of
Lyons—The Mountain Fourvière - Inscription of the Altar dis-
covered in 1705-Marc Antony's Aqueduct-Antient Castle of
Francheville-Silk Manufactories

93–103
VIENNE.—The Inn-Castle of Mont Léans-Condrieux-Its Inhabitants

- Mobility of French Character --Vinyards of the Cote Rotie-
Description of Vienne, or the Vienna Allobrogem, the most Ancient
City of the Gauls-Its Antiquities and Ruins-Museum-Its valu-
able Curiosities-Scenery around Vienne-Comparison of French
and English Suburbs-Council held in Vienne in 1311 and 1312,
which abolished the Knights Templars — Bridge uniting Vienne to
St. Colomb-Fine Mosaic Pavement in a Vinyard—The Table
Ronde-Antient Asylum from Arrest for Debt or Murder—St.
Colomb—Its Antiquities –Fine Specimen of Mosaic Pavement-
Roman Baths --Museum of Monsieur and Madame Michaud -

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Peray, famous for its Champagne-Increased Mildness in Tem-

perature— Mosquitoes—Change in Aspect of the People 170—172

MONTELIMART.-Cradle of Reformed Religion in France—Site of the

Chateau de Grignon-Madame de Sévigné

172-173

ORANGE.—The Arch-Its Description and Inscriptions—Mobility of

the Human Mind-Ruins of the Ancient Theatre-Its Present

Uses

173-184

AVIGNON.—Poetic Associations-Petrarch-Glorious Sunset--A Visit

from the Poet-Laureat of Avignon—Papal Palace—Its Cham-
bers of Inquisition–The Scene of Torture and Massacre during
the French Revolution-The Mint-Fountain of Vaucluse-Pe-
trarch-Laura-Their Passion-Chateau de Madame Laura-Visit
to Petrarch from Robert, the good King of Naples, his Queen and
Court-Hotel of Petrarch and Laura—The Landlady's Comparison
of English with Continental Travellers—The Host's Anecdote of
the Busts — Avignon, an Agreeable and Cheap Residence- The
Inn, l'Hôtel de l'Europe—The Scene of the Comedy of the Deaf
Lovers - The Son of the Hostess, a Literateur and Antiquary–His
English-Monsieur and Madame de L.--Peasantry around Avig-

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non-Dress of the Women-Red Umbrellas Hotel de Crillon-
Crillon le Brave, his Reception of Henri-Quatre-Henri-Quatre
and Louis Quatorze Tomb of Laura-The Grand Hôpital-
Blessedness of Charity-Aqueduct of the Pont du Gard--The
Maison, la Pallière A Provincial Soiree at the Hotel de L.-
French Conversation-Madame de Villume, better known as the
Celebrated Mademoiselle Sombreuil-Her Affecting Story-Chi-
valrous Spirit of her Family-Heroic Adventures of her Brother,
Charles de Sombreuil --La Baronne de M-, an English
Lady-Her Elegant Hospitality-Foundry at Avignon, formerly
the Church of St. Dominic, of the Inquisition-A Scene for Michael
Angelo—The Mont de Piété-The Pawned Watch The Gold
Locket-Reverse of the Picture-Great Increase of Business at
Christmas, that the People of Avignon might purchase Turkeys for
their Christmas Dinner-Portraits in the Salle de la Commune
The Brave Crillon-His Son, the Duc de Mahon-Crillon-Louis
XVIII.-Duchesse d'Angoulême-Last Evening at Madame de
Li's_Meet the Duc and Duchesse de C- G-

the
latter of whom was Dame d'Honneur to Marie-Louise-Society
at Avignon-Attention to Strangers, especially the English-Night-
Caps and Fogs-L'Hospice des Insensés—The Maniacs The
Chapel-The Ivory Crucifix, by Guillermin-Turkeys and Ches-
nuts-Christmas Eve-Midnight Mass—Christmas Day–A French
Plum-Pudding-Hospital for Invalid Soldiers—The Inmates
Easy Intercourse between French Officers and Soldiers-Fortress
of Villeneuve-Authoress rides up its Ascent on Mameluke-Li-
brary at Avignon-Notre-Dame de Don-Churches Advantages
of Keeping them open all Day-Comparison between French and
English Women-New Year Reflections-Procession of Inn-
Servants-Conventional Good-Breeding of French Lower Classes
- French Custom of Presenting Flowers and Verses at this Season
- Pleasantness of French Servitude - French People generally
Talented-Excellent Amateur Actors—Comedie and Comic Opera
at the Baronne de Montfaucon's-French Musical Taste- Dinner
at the Baron Montfaucon's Presents the Authoress with an An-
tique Glass Vase, with Human Ashes-Public Theatres— French
Dread of Solitude-People of Ireland and of Avignon-Anecdote

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of Napoleon-Singular Manner of his Birth-Physiognomies of
the Corsicans-French Dancing-The Waltz-The Toilette of
Avignon-Erroneous English Opinions on French Manners and
Customs-Arrival of a Box of English Books and Newspapers-
Mystery of English Fashion-Definition of a bore, and an Illus-
tration-A Victim to Exclusivism-The Carnival at Avignon-
Le Vent de BiseThe French rarely Suppress their Feelings
—Mardi-Gras-Departure from Avignon

184-300

Alx.- French and English Inn Dinners-Cathedral-Curious Painting

by King Renné-Raimond Berenger, last Count of Provence, and

his Wife Beatrix-Mons. Revoil's Museum-Mons. Sallier's-the

Marquis Les— Want of Cream and Butter-Only one Cow at

Aix

300-311

MARSEILLES.--Chateau La Pannis-Coral Manufactories—the Mistrael,

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or, Vent de Bise-Impress of a Seaport-English Sailors 311-315

TOULON.-Arsenal - Female Foreigners only admitted— the Galleriens-

Convicts-Comte de St. Helene Men-of-War-Le Royal Louis,
in which the Duchesse de Berri entered France-Harbour, &c.

315-325

FREJUS.-Favoured by Cæsar-Birth-place of Julius Agricola-Scene of
Napoleon's Landing from Egypt, and of his Embarkation for Elba,

325-328

CANNES.- Most beautiful Part of France--Napoleon 328-329

Nice.—Route from Antibes-Climate not adapted for Consumption-

Count Andriani_Villa Franca-Lady Olivia Sparrow – Rey, Mr..

Way-Sir Thomas Maitland-Duc de Vallambrose--Comte de

Rhode-Convent de Cimiers—Site of ancient City of Cemenelion-

Count Andriani's Sufferings from Gout--His Philosophy-Grotto

and Chateau of St. André - English Language and Literature

Abroad-Shakspeare-Scott-Byron-Grotto de Falicon-Remarks

on Sight-seeing-English Cemetery-Chateau and Grotto Neuf,

392-359

MENTONE.-Napoleon's Roads—Chapel of St. Catherine-Village of La

Turbie-Its Ruins–Villages of Monaco—Roque Brune-Chateau
Monaco-Cathedral of Mentone - Chateau Cupouana-Religious

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