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offered to the public eye. Amongst them I must be permitted to indulge in the pride and pleasure of enumerating 'William Hayley, Esq. a name familiar and dear to every elegant and polished mind. Enlightened by his emendations, and supported by the cherishing spirit of his approval, I approach, with a more subdued apprehension, the tribunal of public opinion; and to my friends I dedicate this humble result of a short relaxation from the duties of an anxious and laborious profeffion. If, by submitting to their wishes, I have erred, I have only to offer, that it is my sirst, and shall be my last offense.

JOHN CARR.

Tctrn's, August, 1802.

male Confidence.Town House.Convent of Jesuits.

Guillotine.Governor W . p!Q2

CHAP. VII.

Filial Piety St. Catharine's Mount.—Madame Phil-

lope.General Ruffiifs Trumpet.Generosity.Love

hfeBious.Mafcns and Gardenets,' p 75

CHAP. VIII.

Early JQinner.Mante.Frost.Duke de Sully.

Approach the Capital.Norman Barrier.Paris.

Hotel de Rouen.Palais Roydl. p 86

CHAP, IX , %

French Reception.—Voltaire.Restaurateur.Consular

Guard.Music.Venetian Horses.Gates of the

Palace.Gardens of the Thuille'ries,StatuesThe

faithful Vase.The Saline Picture.Monsieur Per-

regaux.Marquis de Chattlet.Madame Perregaux.

Beaux and Belles of Paris." p 93

:'v\':^V,' CHAP^XT^.

Large Dogs.A Plan for becoming quickly acquainted

with Paris.Pantheon.Tombs of Viltaire andRous-

seau..Politeness of an Emigrant.—The Beauty of

France.*Beauty evanescent.-Place de Carousel.—

Infernal Machine.Fauche.Seine .—Washerwomen.

'Fishwomen.Baths, p 105

CHAP. XI.

David.Place dela Concorde.L'Eglise de Madeleine.

'.•^Print-shops.Notre Dame.Museum or Palace

,*f Arts.Hall of Statues.—Laocoon.BeTvidere

Apollo.Socrates. ...... u • ,. • .. p 116

CHAP. XII.

Bonaparte Artillery.-—. Mr. Pitt.Newspapers.

Archbishop os Paris.Consular Colours.Religion.

—Consular Conversion.—Madame Bonaparte.—

Consular Modesty.Separate Beds..A Country scene,

Connubial Affeilion.Female Bravery.. p 130.

CHAP. XIII.

Breakfast,—Warmth os French Expression.Rustic
Eloquence.Curious Cause assignedfor the late extntr.

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crdinary Frost*— Madame R—i—.—Paul I.Tivoli.

Frescati. » .• p 146.

CHAP. XIV.

Sonvent of Blue nuns.Duchejse de Biron.The Bloody

-, Key.—-Courts of Justice.Public Library.Gob-

elines.Miss Lin-wood.Garden of Plants.French

Accommodations.Boot Cleaners.Cat and Dog

Shearers.Monsieur S and Family. p 159

J.7".,'v CHAP. XV.

Civility of a Sentinel.The Hall of the Legif.ative As-

sembly.British House of Commons.Captain Ber-

geret The Temple.Sir Sidney Smith's Escape.

Colonel Phillipeaux. p 169

CSJAP. XVI.

A fashionable Poem.Frere Richart.Religion.

Hotel des Invalides.,.HallofViEsory.Emmies' Col-

ors.Sulky Appearance of an English Jack and En~

sign.Indecorum.The aged Captain.Military

School.Champ de Mvrs.Ihe Garden, of Mous-

seaux. " '. . p 131

^ CHAPl XVII.

Curious Method of raising HayLucien Bonaparte's

Hotel.—Opera.Consular Box.Madame Bona-

parte's Box.Feydeau TheatreBelle Vue.Ver-

sailles.The Palace of the Petit Triannon.The

Grcunds. . . * p 195^

'.- CHAP. XVIII;

Bonaparte's talents in Finance..Gar rick and the Mad-,

man.Palace of the Conservative Senate.Process

ef transferring Oil Paintings, from Wood to Canvas.

The Dinner Knife.Commodities..Hall of the

'National Convention.The Minister Talleyrand's

Levee. p 209

CHAP. XIX,

the Collegers the Deaf and Dumb.Abbe Skard.

Bagatelle.-Police. Grand National Library

Bonaparte's Review,—Tambour Major of the Consti-.

hr. Regiment.—Restoration of Artillery Colors, p 22.S.

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