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Abbott, Miss Emma.
.5, 23. 37 Brambacb, C. J.: his “Alcestis,"

223 Public School Exhibition..
Adams, Chas. R... ..30, 39, 87, 126, 350 Brass Instruments, Remedy for. N.Y. Times. 242

Remenyi, Edouard.

351
Additional Accompaniments: by Franz to Bruch, Max: his "Schön Ellen," 7; Second

Rudersdoff, Mme. and her Pupils.
the Messiah, 158, ; to Bach's and

Sanders Theatre, Cambridge.... 134, 151, 174, 182,
Violin Concerto.

204
Handel's Scores: by W. F. Apthorp in

. 207, 229
Brüll, Ignaz:

“ The Golden

Schiller, Mme. Madeline: Piano Recitals, 151,
Atlantic Monthly..

291, 297, 306
Cross,

...204, 205

159; Farewell Do..
Advertising a Prima Donna. N, Y. Trib- Buck, Dudley: his Second Organ Sonata, 125;

Shattuck, Miss Lillian: Violin, &c..

Sherwood, Wm. H.:Piano Recitals,143,215,230,342, 359
288 his Artistic Career (Brainard's Musical

Thomas, Theodore: Orchestral Concerts, 135,
Albani, Emma, 92. Her Wedding. 277 World)....

346

.150, 174, 191, 214
Al!cu, B. D. His “Evenings with the Mu- Buelow, H. von: his Notes of Travel, 164,

Thursby, Miss Emma C.; Complimentary..
sicians," &c...
.55, 151

Wiihelinj, Aug..

335
169, 178; B. as Conductor of Humoris-

Winslow, Miss S.: Piano Matinées.
A New Invention: the Paratone. Ellery
tic Music..

143, 230

168 CORRESPONDENCE:
Street...
215

Baltimore...

. 239, 243, 247, 280, 326, 336, 343
Anthems, E. G. M. in Grove's Dict. of

Chicago, 4, 21, 37, 48, 87, 125, 152, 173, 189, 207, 222,
Music," &c
177 Cambridge (Eng.) honors Herr Joachim, 1;

.232, 243, 255, 295, 349
Antigone, The, of Sophocles: produced at

Dayton, O.
Musical Degrees at. Athenæum.
68 Hartford, Conn..

198
Dresden...
163 Carey, Henry: wrote "God Save the

Leipzig:

.17, 37
Apollo Club in Boston. Courier... 24, 327

Milwaukee, Wis..
.53, 71, 79

36, 101, 336
(See CONCERTS.)

Newport. R. I...
Catalani, Mme. Belgravia.

141

. 21, 183, 243

New York........5, 15, 21, 29, 141, 152, 183, 197, 221, 343
Arne, Dr. His Operas.
44 Caxton Exhibition, The, of Music Printing.

Notre Dame, Ind..

272
Art, Virtuosity versus. Lond. Mus. Stand-

Athenæum..

92
Oberlin, 0...

5
330 Cecilia, The: Choral Society in Boston.

Philadelphia..

.325, 336, 344, 357
Arts, the Latest of the. Ibid..

San Francisco..

157
345

President's Report for 1877, 93; for 1878, 303
“Around the World in Eighty Days.” Mus. Chaucer's Verse..

. 233, 265, 279
Trade Review..

205. Chicago Musical College, The..
A Royal Composer: Gr. Duke of Saxe-Co-

8 Damrosch, Dr. Leopold: his Performance
Chopin: his Letters, &c., destroyed in War-

of Beethoven's Violin Concerto, 6; of
burg

72
saw. Karasowski's Memoir, 33; his First

Mendelssohn's Do., and Bach's Cha-
Meeting with George Sand (Ibid.), 41;

conne.

150
new Life of, by Karasowski, 98; his Danpreuther, E.: his Lecture on Chopin
Bach, J. S. His Cantatas, 4; Christmas

Works and Genius, by L. Ehlert, 97,

and Liszt..

172
Oratorio, 22, 31, 36, 38, 158, 226; Cha-
105; Mr. Dannreuther's Lecture on.... 172 Dexter, Mme. Emma R..

134, 264
conne for Violin, 150, 335; Concertos for Church Music, in America. (Rev. H. G.
three Pianos, 214, 278; Concerto for

Dictionary, New, of Music and Musicians,

Spaulding.) 53; Lutheran Compared
four Pianos, 276; his Chorals, for Wor-

edited by George Grove...

190
with English, 146, 155; a National, by
ship and for Practice....

Difficult Pieces, Use of in Piano Teaching.
270 W. J. Patten..

251
Bach Choir, The, in London, 20, 88, 226;

W. S. B. Mathews.

241
Cincinnati : New College of Music..295, 300, 302 Dilettanti, The, of the Last Century. Fra-
Bach Society in London..
195 “ Classic." defined by Ruskin..

63
Bach, J. S., and his Ancestors: by P. Spitta.

ser's Magazine.

323
Coker, Richard, Redivivus. Mus. Trade Rev. 216 Ditson, Oliver, & Co.'s New Ware Rooms.
Lond Mus Times, 26; Sketch of his Life Composers and Poets. By Geo. T. Bulling, 233
and Works, from Grove's Dictionary of

Sunday Times..

104
Concerto, The, its Origin and Development.
Music

Doctors of Music. Lond. Mus. Standard... 277
187, 194

E. Prout...
Bazin, Francois

331 Dwight's Journal of Music: Change of Pub-
283 Concert-Giving, an Innovation in..
Bailey, Miss Lillian, Soprano.. 134, 175. 214, 231 Concert Pianists and Piano Teachers. J. C.

lishers....

.294, 302, 310, 326
Balfe, M. W.: his Operas..

66
Fillmore...

84
Ballet, Children in the. N. Y. Tribune. 348 Concert Rooms. H. H. Statham.
Barnett, John: his “Mountain Sylph

.307, 324 Eddy, H. Clarence, of Chicago, Organist,
other Operas..
Conducting, The Art of, by G. C. T. Par-

...21, 125, 294
59

sons.
Bassini, Carlo. J. M. Hill.

27 Ehlert, Louis, Translations from: on Chop-
Beethoven: his Violin Concerto, 6; Fidelio,
339 Conductorship, Musical (Ferd. Hiller), 73; of

in...

...97, 105
New York Philharmonic...
15, 275; 9th Symphony at Leipzig, 17;

323 Engel, Carl, on the Literature of National
Conservatoire, The, in Paris. Grove's Dic-
5th Symphony, 134; Pastoral Do.,

Music. Lond. Mus. Times. . 281, 289, 314, 322
tionary...
183; 7th Do., 183; 8th Do., 214; Over-

337 English Musical Terminology, Defects in.
Contrapuntal Style, The. Oulibicheff, &c., 289 W. S. B. Mathews...
ture, op. 115 (“Namensfeier "), 142;

107
Cramer, J. B. E. Dannreuther..
Sonatas, 143, 230; String Quartets...

323 English National Anthem, The.. .53, 71, 79
Beethoven: his exhaustless range, 9; After
175 Cronyn, Miss Lizzie..

151, 159 English Opera: Sketch of its History, by

CONCERTS IN BOSTON:
Wagner, 9; German Criticisms

C. K. Salaman...

.43, 50, 59, 66
on

Abbott, Miss Emma..
Thayer's Life of, 42, 49; Beethoven Fes-

212
Alhaiza Italian Troupe...

23 Epiglottis, The, by Harry Wheeler..

335
tival at Bonn in 1845, from Diary of

Apollo Club...

.24, 47, 167, 223, 247

Essipoff. Mme. Annette: Piano Recitals in
Moscheles, 89; his Last Years, 161 ;
Bailey, Miss Lillian..

31
Boston..

175, 231
Characteristics of his Musie, by Geo.

Billings, Miss..

15

Boston Conservatory.
Grove..

.54, 119, 191, 328, 342
..257, 266 Boylston Club,......24, 47, 167, 191, 222, 255, 311, 351
Beethoven Literature. a Critical Contribu-

Cecilia, The, 7, 47, 167, 182, 206; (Acis and Gala- Fay, Miss Amy, the Pianist.........95, 126, 143
tion to. A. W. Thayer. 121, 129, 137,

tea,)..

246 Female Voice Culture. E. E, Hale.. 220
145, 151; his Famous Love-letter. A.

Eichberg, Julius: Violin School..

39
Essipoff, Mme. Annette: Six Piano Recitals.

Flotow, Baron von: his “Alma L'Incanta-
W. Thayer.
153 Fay. Miss Amy...
95, 126, 143 trice.” Athenæum...

236
Berlin Concert, The (diplomatic). Punch.

Handel and Haydn Society: “Joshua," with
269; Congress..

Franz, Robert: his Songs, 199; his Addition-
306

Miss Thursby, &c., 7; Fourth Triennial Festi-
Berlioz, H.: his “

al Accompaniments to Handel's “L’Al-
Flight into Egypt,” 167;

tival (May, 1877.) 22, 30, 38; “Elijah," at the
Tabernacle, with Mme. Pappenheim, C. R.

legro," &c., 236; Do. to Handel's “Ju-
Sketch of his career, by E. Dannreu-

Adams, &c., 47, 118; Messiah," Do., with

bilate," 253; Do. to Bach's and Handel's
ther.

225
Miss Thursby, Messrs. Wilkie, Whitney, &c.,

Scores (W. F. Apthorp),.. 291, 297, 306
Bird, Joseph, Obituary

54; Rossini's “Stabat," &c., with Miss Henne,
317

French Opera: its history..

181
Biscaccianti, Mme. Elisa..

C, R. Adams, &c., 126; Bach's “ Christmas

71 Oratorio" and the “Messiab " at Christmas, French National Song. Journal des Debats,
Bishop, Sir Henry: his Operas..
.51, 90 158; “St. Paul," with Pappenheim, Miss Dras-

196; Collections of..

290
Bizet, Georges: his “Carmen," 274, 336, 340, 349

dil, &c., 199; “Creation" at Easter (Thursby),
Black Wolf, The. From Leipzig Signale... 333

222; Verdi's Requiem.....

231, 238, 350

French Music: Spirit of, by Herr Pauer. ... 201
Blindness and Music. Pall Mall Gazette, 83;

Harvard Musical Association, 6; Thirteenth Sea-

French Uncleanness (Opera Bouffe.) Phila-

son, 134, 142, 150, 159, 166, 182, 191, 198, 206, 214,
at the Perkins Institution....

delphia Bulletin..

140
224; Fourteenth Season.

147, 353
Blind, The, as Tuners..

334, 358
Hills, J. A., and Pupils...

223
Boston, Musical Taste in. Atlantic Month-

. 156, 354
Kellogg, Miss Fanny...

230
ly..

Leonhard, Hugo: his Pupils....

? Gade, Niels W., by Robert Schumann, 49;
341 Liebling, 8.: Pianoforte.
Boylston Club, of Boston: its Plans.

his Ottetto in F...

196
Mendelssohn Quintette Club, reorganized..... 119
Gazette...

286
Music Hall Concerts (Mme. Essipoff, New York

Garden Concerts...
351
Brahms, Joh. : his Deutsches Requiem, 4;

Glee Club, &c.).

24 Genesis, The, of Music-Thinking. W. S. B.
- New England Conservatory.

63, 223
Symphony in D, 9, 180, 325, 329–30;

Mathews..

305
Orth, John: Piano Recitals.
First Symphony, in C minor, 149, 160,

Perabo, Ernst: Chamber Concerts..

215, 359 German Music: Spirit of, compared with

135, 175, 182
Perkins Inst. for the Blind...

224

Italian and French. Herr Pauer...... 201
166, 170, 174, 182
Phillipps, Miss Matilda: Farewell...
223 Gerster, Mme. Ethelka..

.93, 321

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op. 22.

MUSIC IN VOL. XXXVII:
No. 249. J. C. D. Parker's “ Redemption

Hymn.”
No, 10-23. Mendelssohn's“ Loreley."
No. 24–26. Three Motets composed for the Nuns

in Trinità de Monti, by Mendels.
sohn.

MUSIC IN VOL. XXXVIII:

No. 1-5. Three Motets, etc., concluded.
No. 6-12. Cantata: "Spring's Message," by N.

W. Gade.
No. 13–14. Part-Song: “Welcome, Sweet May,"

by R. Franz.
No. 15-16. Part-Song: The Wood," by George

Vierling:
No. 16–17. Part-Song: “Faith in Spring," by R.

Franz.
No. 18. Part-Song: “ The Nun," by Schu-

mann.

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Music and Musical Degrees at Cambridge,

England, 1, 68; at University of Lon-
don, 85; at Harvard, 247; the Modern
School of, from R. G. White's “ Three
Periods” (Atlantic Monthly), 46; Who
will endow it in the University (Har-
vard)? 78. 102, 110; With the Blind, 83,
147, 224, 353 ; Printing, 92; in the House,
by John Hullah, 100; in Theatres, 197; a
Century's Development in this Country
(L. B. Barnes), 217; Music and Poetry,
(G. T. Bulling), 233; Music Teachers, a
crowded profession, (Boston Herald),
259; Too Much of it, 262; Without a
Master (H. C. Lunn), 267; of the Paris
Exposition (Dr. Hanslick), 273; Doctors
of, 277; Music-Thinking, (W. S. B.
Mathews)....

3
Musical Colleges, Academies, Conservato-

ries: at Chicago, 8: at New York, 216;

Philadelphia, 283; at Cincinnati...300, 3.
Musical Festivals: International at Paris,

184, 253, 264. 27?, 285, 293; a! Cincinnati,
(3d Biennial), 212, 236, 244, 254; at Er-
furt, 284; Worcester, England, 316;
Worcester, Mass., 319; Norwich, Eng-

land....
Musical Jottings, 9; “Motives” and Wag-

ner's “ Leit-Motive," 62; Stupefaction
(N. Y. Times), 74; Optimism, 80; Con-
tests, at the Conservatoire, 95; Form,
McNaught's Lectures, 106; Terminolo-
gy, its defects, 107; “ Professors,” 108;
Education, National (H. H. Statham),
231; Ideas, Growth of (G. T. Bulling).. 27

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Gewandhaus Concerts at Leipzig, 11, 17, 139, Kuester, Hermann: his musical lectures and
148, 165, 174, 180, 188, 203, 204, 317, 334, 347 death..

228
Gluck: his “Orpheus,” 4; Scene from“ Al-
ceste,"

150
“God Save the King”: its authorship...71, 79 “Leit-Motiven," Wagner's..

15, 62
Goethe's “' Faust," with Schumann's Music, 265 | Leipzig: its Gewandhaus Concerts, 17; its
Goldmark: his Wedding March, for Orch.,

Musical Conservatory, 01; Thomas-
183
Schule...

120
Goldschmidt, Adalbert: his “Seven Deadly Lichtenberg, Leopold, the young violinist,
Sins.” E. Hanslick.
.185, 193

135, 150
Good Advice for Singing Clubs. S. L.

Liebling, Emil, the pianist, 21, 207, 222, 255, 295
Thorndike.
303 Liebling, S., pianist..

...119, 215
Götz, Hermann: his Taming of the

Liszt, Franz: his “ “Lessons ” and Matinées
Shrew," &c.

204
Gounod, Chas. : his “

in Weimar, 103, 113; described by Mr.
Cinq Mars," 19; first

Dannreuther, 172; his Hand, (Miss
production of his “Polyeucte,” 337, 355;
his remarkable life in England..

Brewster), 220; Liszt, on the Music of
354
the Tziganes..

269
Grieg, Edw.: Concerto in A minor, op. 16.. 166 Lutheran Church Music, Compared with
Grove, George : his new “ Dictionary of
Music and Musicians," 190, 342; his

the English..

. 146, 155
"Characteristics of Beethoven,"...257, 266
Growth, The, of Musical Ideas. G. T. Bul-

Macfarren, Dr. G. A.: His English Operas,
ling.

258
60; his Oratorio “Joseph,”.

116
Guicciardi, Julia, and Beethoven ..

153
Gye, the London Opera Manager: Obituary, 360 Marcello: his 18th Psalm.

Managerial Trumpeters (G. T. Bulling). 309

30

Mario Testimonial Fund, in London, 252;
Hamburg: Second Centenary Jubilee of its

Mario at Home..

276
Town Theatre...

120, 181 Massenet, Jules: his “Le Roi de Lahore,”
Hamerik, Asger: his "Jewish Trilogy, 244 76; his Suite on Scenes from Shakes-
Hamerling, and Goldschmidt: “ The Seven

peare...

248
Deadly Sins,(Dr. Hanslick),. .185, 193 Meddlesome “Interviewers,"

199
Handel: his “Joshua,” 7; “Israel in Egypt,'

Mendelssohn: his Piano Preludes and
39, 69; “ Messiah,” 54,60; “Solomon," Fugues (Schumann), 73; his “. Athalie,''
116: “L'Allegro," etc., as edited by

182, 207, 209; “St. Paul,” 199, 214; his
Franz, 236; "Jubilate,” 'Do., 253; “Acis

Early Symphonies, (G. G.)...

345
and Galatea,

...246, 249 Mendelssohn in Paris : letter from J. Rosen-
Handel and Haydn Society (Boston); Annu-

hain...

163
al Meeting, May, 1877..
36 Mere Melodies..

289
Hanslick, Dr. Edward : His career, 270;

Meyerbeer: Schumann on his “Huguenots,'
from his critical writings: on Adelina

118; his “Huguenots” and “Robert le
Patti, 136; on “The Seven Deadly Sins,"

Diable,” 126; Meyerbeer still alive (Von
185, 193; on Wagner's “Parsifal,” 210;

Bülow's Letters).

164
on the Music of the Paris Exposition. : 273 “Minne-Song and Minne-Singers,” (T.
Harriers-Wippern, the Berlin Prima Donna:

Rode)..

313
Death of..

341

Mock Mother, The. Saturday Review.. 149
Harvard University: its classes in Music... 247 Moscheles, I: On the Beethoven Festival at
Harvard Musical Association: Its plea for

Bonn in 1845..

89
Symphony Concerts and a permanent

Mozart: Festival at Salzburg, 53, 81; his
Orchestra in Boston... .294, 310, 327, 334 Concerto for three pianos, 165; his
Hauck, Miss Minnie.

. 192, 324
“Idomeneo,”

206
Haydn: his “Military” Symphony, 6; other
Symphonies, 198; his Quartets, a bene-

MUSIC ABROAD. [See also CORRESPOND-
diction (F. Hiller), 70; how he composed

ENCE):
his first Opera..

250

Baden-Baden..
Heavenly Music, The: a Fable, from the

Berlin.....62, 125, 144, 171, 204, 213, 214, 256, 268, 269
German..

27

270, 286, 304, 312
Heller, Stephen: his “Life and Works," by

Brussels.

..164, 192

Cassel ..
M. Barbadette...

.. 125, 312
299
Cologne.

..69, 341
Hiller, Ferd.: His Song of Victory,J.S.D.

Darmstadt

261, 286
28, 38; Translations from his “Briefe an

Dordrecht

Dresden.
eine Ungenannte," 70, 73; his Sympho-

.. 163, 213

Erfurt..
ny in C, 139; Hiller at Stuttgart..

. 261, 284
276 Glasgow.

168, 178
Hofmann, Heinrich: his “Fair Melusina,". 167 Gloucester, England..

..96, 109, 115
Holstein, Franz von: his

Hoch-

Goerlitz..
länder,”

Hamburg
139

.32, %6, 120, 125, 181
Hannover

77, 96
How to keep a Piano..

224 Kiel.
“ Hoyatoho!” of Pianoforte Heroes. Lon-

Leeds, England..

.. 116, 135
don Musical World..,

350
Leipzig....11, 32, 120, 125, 133, 139, 146, 148, 165, 174,

180, 188, 203, 213, 228, 238, 256, 270, 312,
Hullah, John: his “Music in the House."

317, 333, 310
Hummel, J.N.: His Centennial Anniversary, 360 London, 1, 2, 9, 11, 19, 20, 52, 60, 69, 72, 77, 83, 87,
Tonic Sol-Fa Reporter...

100

92, 96, 124, 149, 165, 166, 169, 189, 195, 205, 208,
Hungarian Music: Paris Correspondence of

224, 226, 247, 252, 256 261, 263, 274, 276,

277, 285, 304, 325, 329, 340, 350
Boston Journal, 260; Do., by Liszt, 269;

Milan

226, 286, 312
by C. Engel.
290 Munich

72, 341
Norwich, England.

332

Paris.... 19, 76, 85, 91, 95, 176, 184, 213, 236, 253, 256,
Italian Operas: Reminiscences in London,

260, 264, 270, 273, 279, 283, 285, 293, 311, 312, 337, 357
1877..

92 Pompeii, Italy
Italian Music: its Spirit, compared with

Rome..

..176, 181, 219, 276
Salzburg

53, 81, 96
French and German..

201
Stuttgart.

..276, 312
Italy, Music in. T. A. Trollope.

186 Vienna.....32, 72, 124, 173, 185, 193, 213, 260, 312, 341
Weimar.

103, 113, 341

Worcester, England..
Jaell, Alfred...

279 MUSICAL INTELLIGENCE. See also COR-
Japanese Music, Miss Kellogg on..

61

RESPONDENCE):
Joachim, Joseph: his Doctor's Degree at
Cambridge, 1, 2; his Elegiac Overture,

Aurora, N. Y.
Baltimore

168, 200, 280

Brooklyn, N. Y.
Joachim, Frau Amalie.....

148 Cambridge, Mass.

. 134, 143, 159, 182, 229
Jottings, Musical: Schumann, Wagner,

Chicago .8, 80, 133, 141, 176, 181, 184, 192, 317

Cincinnati.... 192, 200, 212, 221, 236, 244, 245, 254, 293,
Beethoven, etc...

9

295, 299, 302, 352
Jubilee Singers, The, in Berlin.. 144, 171 Farmington, Conn.
Justice at Last: Musical Degrees to Women.

Jacksonville, III...
London Musical Standard..

Lyons, N. Y..
85
Milwaukee..

264, 280
New York, 4, 54, 64, 74, 87, 123, 127, 133, 160, 167, 196,

224. 263, 299, 301, 302, 317, 318, 323, 328, 335, 340
Karasowski, Moritz: his Life of Chopin... 33

Newport, R. Í...
Kellogg, Miss Fanny, the singer... 151, 206, 230 Nyack, N. Y
Keyboard, A Double, for the Pianoforte....352 Philadelphia....8, 78, 140, 144, 168, 192, 197, 232, 279,

283, 324
King, Mme. Julia Rivé, the pianist....4, 37, 101,

Pittsfield, Mass.

352
102, 117, 133, 173, 216, 223, 232, 343, 351 Poughkeepsie, N. Y..

..55, 271

1

312

286

" Die

286

286

National Musical Education (H. H. Stat-
ham)....

2:
National Music, Literature of (Carl Engel),

281, 289, 314, 32
Neuendorff, Adolph: Conductor of Mr.

Fryer's German Opera, 13, 14; Conduc-
tor of New York Philharmonic Society,

317, 32
Nilsson-Rouzaud, Mdme. Christine.....64, 9
Notes and Queries, A. W. T..... . 111, 20
Notes on our Musical Progress in the Past
Century. L. B. Barnes.

21
Novello Clara, in Rome. Miss Anne Brews-.
ter ....

4
“ Nunquam Dormio:

Richard Wagner's
Complaint..

32

328

316

272

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Opera in Boston: Fryer's Wagner Festival,

(Pappenheim, Adams, etc.), 6, 12, 14,
126; Prospect of Mapleson's Troupe,
341; in New York, 74, 87, 128, 196, 203,
278, 287, 319, 340; in Philadelphia, 144,
157, 28:3; in Baltimore, 336; in Chicago

(Marie Roze), 181; (Kellogg, Cary, etc.) 34:
Opera Abroad: in Leipzig, 17, 37, 1:33, 140,

148, 165, 181, 189, 204, 229, 238, 317, 3:33;
in Paris, 19, 76, 236, 337; in London, 19,
77, 92, 205, 224, 248, 261, 263, 274, 278,
285; in Berlin, 62, 171, 204, 268, 286, 312;
in Munich, 341; in Hamburg, 120, 181;
in Cassel, 125, 312; in Vienna, 174, 213,
260, 312; in Dresden....

21:
Opera: English (C. K. Salaman), 43, 50, 59,

66; Shakespeare in, 89; a permanent,
in Boston (Adrertiser), 140; in the Ver-
nacular, 287; a Hundred Years Ago,
(Pall Mall Gazette), 293; Bouffe, Decay
of, 311; at Pompeii...

328

200

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295

333
160

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