Journal of a tour to Italy. Containing, (among many other interesting and curious particulars) an account of the eruptions of Mount Vesuvius. OF the curiosities discovred at Herculanum of the leaning towers of Pisa and Bologna. Detection of the impositions used in the pretended liquefying of the blood of St. Januarius. Parallel between the horse-races at Rome and New-market. Description of Port Specia and the neighbouring coast. Of the famous emerald, or holy vessel, at Genoa. Remarks on the mountains and Ice valleys of Swisserland, &c. &c. By M. De la Condamine.
- La Condamine, Charles-Marie de, 1701-1774.
- MDCCLXIII. 
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