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The Glyptothek-its general arrangement-Egina Marbles
-Account of the Frescos of Cornelius-Canova's Paris
The Hofgarten at Munich
The King's passion for Building—The New Palace-The
Beauty of its Decorations Particular Account of the Mo-
dern Paintings on the Walls
The Frescos of Julius Schnorr from the Nibelungen-Lied 202
AUTHOR TO THE READER.
It seems a foolish thing to send into the world a book requiring a preface of apologies; and yet more absurd, to presume that any deprecation on the part of the author could possibly win indulgence for what should be in itself worthless.
For this reason, and with a very deep feeling of the kindness I have already experienced from the public, I should now abandon these little volumes to their destiny without one word of preface or remark, but that a certain portion of their contents seems to require a little explanation.
It was the wish and request of my friends,