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Starke, Mariana. Travels in Italy, Between the Years 1792 and 1798, containing a view of the Late Revolutions in that Country. 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 chuse to incur the Expence attendant upon travelling with a Courier. Also a supplement comprising instructions for travelling in France, with descriptions of all the principal Roads and Cities in that Republic. By Mariana Starke, Author of The Widow of Malabar, The Tournament, &c. In Two Volumes.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 717, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/717. Accessed 2024-03-03.

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  author={Starke,Mariana},
  year={1802},
  title={Travels in Italy, Between the Years 1792 and 1798, containing a view of the Late Revolutions in that Country. 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 chuse to incur the Expence attendant upon travelling with a Courier. Also a supplement comprising instructions for travelling in France, with descriptions of all the principal Roads and Cities in that Republic. By Mariana Starke, Author of The Widow of Malabar, The Tournament, &c. In Two Volumes.},
  publisher={Richard Phillips [St. Paul's Churchyard] \& },
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Suggestions and Comments for Travels in Italy, Between the Years 1792 and 1798, containing a view of the Late Revolutions in that Country. 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 chuse to incur the Expence attendant upon travelling with a Courier. Also a supplement comprising instructions for travelling in France, with descriptions of all the principal Roads and Cities in that Republic. By Mariana Starke, Author of The Widow of Malabar, The Tournament, &c. In Two Volumes.
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