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8 A Column from the Temple of Apollo at Delphos,

with the Capital and Bale, and an Apollo placed

at the Top, 24 feet 6 inches high. 9 A Statue of Sabina, 6 feet 9 inches high. TO A Venus de Medicis. 11 A square Roman Altar, ı foot 2 inches, by i foot

3 inches. 12 Terminus of Pan, 5 feet 7 inches high, wants an 13 A Statue of Minerva, s feet high, wants an arm and

the nose, 34 A Circular Roman Altar, 2 feet 4 inches high. 15 A Statue of a Woman, 6 feet high, wants arms and

part of the nose. 16 A Venus clothed. 17 A Circular Roman Altar, 2 feet 4 inches high. 18 A Statue of Clio fitting, 4 feet 6 inches high, wants

one arm and hand. 19 A Circular Roman Altar, 2 feet 4 inches high. 20 A Statue of a Yoang Dacian, 4 feet 3 inches high.

Perbaps Paris. It is of great antiquity. 21 A Roman Altar, 2 feet 4 inches high. 22 A Statue of Antinous, 5 feet 6 inches high; wants a

finger of the right hand. 23 A Grecian Lady, 4 feet 8 inches high, wants an arm. 24 A Statue of Jupiter and Leda, 3 feet io inches high,

wants arms, 25 An Antique Capital, i foot 6 inches, by 2 feet,

wants a corner. 26 A Circular Pedestal, finely ornamented with Heads

and Feftoons of Fruit, 3 feet by one foot 3 inches

diameter, 27 A Statue of Scipio Africanus, or Demofthenes, 7

feet high. The drapery in a very bold Ayle: It is Probably of fome Orator; the right hand being laid 023

the breast in a persuafoe posture. 28 A ditto of a Woman clothed, 3 feet 8 inches, wants

a head,

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29 A trunk of a Woman, 2 feet 1 inch high.
30 A Boy with his Finger in his Mouth, 2 feet 5 inches

high.
31 A Statue of Jupiter fitring, 3 feet high, wants a hand.
32 A ditto of a Woman, 3 feet 4 inches high.
33 The Trunk of a Woman, 2 feet 1 inch high.
34 Germanicus's Tomb, 7 feet by 1 foot 8.
35 Two Capitals with Beats Heads, 2 feet zinches high.
36 An Ægyptian Chair, 2 feet 5 by 1 foot 8.-Belang-

ing to a Priest of Ifis and Ofiris. 37 A Stone carved with a Claw at the End, 2 feet 7 by

2 feet 6. 38 A Statue of a Roman Consul, 7 feet high, wants one

hand, and fingers of the other. 39 A ditto of a Woman, 4 feet high, wants the head. 40 A ditto of Flora, 3 feet 10 inches. 41 A ditto of Hercules, 4 feet high, wants hands. 42' A ditto of Diana, 4 feet 8 inches high, wants arms. 43 A ditto of Hymen leaning on his Torch, 5 feet 6

inches high. 44 A ditto of Venus half naked, 4 feet high. 45 A Circular Altar, 2 feet 6 inches high. 46 A Statue of Melpomene fitting, 4 feet high.--Per.

haps it is Agrippina in the Character of Melpomene. 47 A Circular Roman Altar, 2 feet 10 inches high. 48 A Grecian Lady, 4 feet 8 inches high, wants arms. 49 A Circular Roman Altar, 2 feet 8 inches high. 50 A Statue of Camilla, 6 feet 5 incher high. 51 A ditto of a Grecian Philosopher, 5 feet high, wants

the right arm. 52 A Circular Roman Altar, 2 feet 2 inches high. 53 A Statue of Caius Marius, 6 feet high. It has a

noble severity, 54 A Statue of Bacchus naked, 4 feet 2 inches high.

A delicate piece of sculpture. Tbe hand is added with
much address by Guelpbi, by whom are all the modern

additions.
55 A Circular Roman Altar, 2 feet 2 inches high.

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56 A. Statue of Julia, 6 feet 9 inches high, wants the

arms.

57 A Roman Fathom, 6 feet 10 inches by 2 feet. 58 A Sphynx, 5 feet 8 inches long. 59. A ditto, somewhat lefs. 60 A Sacrifice, 2 feet 3 by 2 feet. 61 A Basso Relievo of a Dacian's Sacrifice, 2 feet by

2 feet 4.

62 Part of a Sacrifice, i foot 8 inches by 1 foot 2. 63 A naked Trunk of an Hermaphrodite. 64 Baffo Relievo, 1 Foot ro inches by 1 foot 3. 65 Basso Relievo of a Shepherd, 2 feet by ri inches. 66 A Bacchanalian, 2 feet 3 inches by 2 feet. 67 A Woman's Head, i foot 6 inches high, wants the

nose. 68 The Trunk of a Man, 2 feet 2 inches. 69 A Trunk of a Woman, sitting, 2 feet 7 inches.. 70 A Consular Trunk, 5 feet 6 inches high. 71 A Trunk of a Woman sitting, 2 feet 7 inches. 72 A Buft of a Roman, 1 foot 6 inches high, wants the

nose. 73 The Head of a Man, 1 foot high, wants the nose.

74 A Trunk of Venus naked, ı foot 10 inches high. i 75 An Old Man's Head.

76 A Man's Head, 10 inches high, wants the nose. 77 Part of a Head and Neck,. I foot 6 inches high. 78 An Old Man's Head. 79 A Statue of a young Satyr, 2 Feet 6 inches high. 80 ́A naked Trunk of a Man, 2 Feet 6 inches high, 81 Beasts devouring Men. It is the pedestal of a Table ;

Scylla and Charybdis are represented devouring Mari.

mers, wboje atlitudes are extremely fine. 82 A Trunk of a Woman, 2 feet 8 inches high. 83 Part of a Man's Foot. 84 A naked Trunk of a Man, 2 feet 6 inches high. 85 Part of two Malks, 2 feet 5 inches by 1 foot 9. 86 A Lion, 3 feet 10 inches long, 87 An alabaster Urn, 2 feet 8 inches high.

88 A Sarcophagus, 5 feet 2 inches by, I foot 6. 89 Statue of Judith, 4 feet 6 inches high. 90 A ditto of Hercules choaking a lion.-Fez figures

bave greater Spirit. On the rock adjoining seems to bave been the figure of a woman, perhaps of a mufe;

finging the atchievement to her harp. 91 A Sarcophagus with boys, 4 feet by 1 foot 4. 92 A Sea. Lion, 3 feet 6 inches long, 2 feet 4 inches high. 93 Dogs and a Boar, 2 feet long. 94 A îleeping Cupid, 2 feet 5 inches high. The

Lizard may be a device for the name of the sculptor,

unless allegorical. 95 A Sarcophagus, 2 feet 3 inches by 1 foot. 96 A Basso Relievo Roman Repaft, 2 feet by 1 foot 7. 97 A Trunk of a Woman, 2 feet high. 98 Soldiers fighting, i foot 11 inches by 2 feet 3, 99 Soldiers fighting, 3 feet i by 1 foot 3. 100 A Trunk of a young Man, I foot 11. 101 The Triumph of Amphitryon, 2 feet by 2 feet. 102 A Trunk of a Woman sitting, I foot 3 inches high. 103 The taking of Troy, 7 feet by 11 inches.

The figures executed with amazing expression. 104 Boys embracing, 2 feet 3 inches by 1 foot 6. 105 The Herculean Games, 3 feet 3. inches by 2 feeti 106 Boys, 2 feet by 1 foot. 107 A Woman and a Child fitting in a square nich, ; foot

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inches by ı foot 7. LQS. A Roman Monument with three Busts, 3. feet iQ

inches by 2 feet 3: 109 Part of a Roman Monument. 110 Ditto.

11 Buit of a Roman Head, 112 Buft of a Roman Head. 1.13. A Roman Bul. 114 A Bust of Fauna, 115 A ditto of Faunus. 116, The Bust of a young Man.. 2.17 A ditto of Diana.

118 Ditto

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118 Ditto of a Grecian..
119 Ditto of a Woman clothed.
126 Ditto of a Philosopher.
121 Philosophy, a Bust.
122 A Buft of Niobe.
123 A Ditto of one of her Sons.
124 Ditto of Venus de Medicis.
125 Ditto of a Woman clothed.
126 A Bust clothed, wants the head.
127 Ditto.
128 Ditto,

129 Ditto.

130 A Buft naked, head wanting. 131 A Buft of an old Man half naked. 132 Ditto of a Roman. 133 Buft of Hen. VIII. modern. 124 Ditto (modern) of Rob. C. Pal, Rhen. D. Bav.

1637: Ætat. 17. 135 A Colossal Head of Apollo.

THE THE A T R E. The Front of this Building is opposite to the Divinity School, adorned with Corinthian Pillars, and the Statues of Archbishop Sheldon and the Duke of Ormond. Its Roof is flat, compofed of short pieces of timber, continued to a great breadth, without Arch-work or Pillar to support them, being sustained only by the side-walls, which are at the dil. tance of 80 feet one way and 70 the other.

When properly filled, the Chancellor or ViceChancellor being seated in the centre of the semicircular part, the Noblemen and Doctors on his right and left hand, the Proctors and Curators in their Robes, the Masters of Arts, Bachelors, and UnderGraduats, in their respective habits and places, together with Strangers of both fexes, it makes a most august appearance.

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