|Title||Letters from Italy, between the Years 1792 and 1798, Containing a View of the Revolutions in that Country, from the Capture of Nice by the French Republic to the Expulsion of Pius VI. from the Ecclesiastical State: likewise Pointing out the Matchless Works of Art Which Still Embellish Pisa, Florence, Siena, Rome, Naples, Bologna, Venice, &c. With Instructions for the Use of Invalids and Families Who May Not Choose to Incur the Expence Attendant upon Travelling with a Courier. By Mariana Starke, Author of the Widow of Malabar, the Tournament, &c. In Two Volumes.|
|Publisher’s imprint||London: Printed by T. Gillet, Salisbury-Square, Fleet-Street, for R. Phillips, No. 71, St. Paul’s Church-Yard. 1800.|
|Printer’s colophon||T. Gillet, Printer, Salisbury-Square, London.|
|Format||8o; 2 vols: pp. xv. 383(I), x. 409(II); map|
|Sources||Brand; Cox, 1: 170; DBITI; ESTC T101783; PC; Robinson|
|Copy inspected||Google UV|
1) Editions: 1802 (repr. with a supplement, as Travels in Italy), 1815(2nd [publ. by G. and S. Robinson), 1816(3rd [publ. by Sherwood, Neely, and Jones]).
2) Reviews: Monthly Mag. 8.54 (20 Jan. 1800): 1048-49; Critical Rev. 29 (June 1800): 194-99; Monthly Rev. 32 (July 1800): -32, cont. (Aug. 1800): 387-93; European Mag. and London Rev. 38 (Oct. 1800): 274-77, cont. (Nov. 1800): 349-53; British Critic 17 (May 1801): 555-56.
|BTW record no.||BTW1169|