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BY JAMES BALLANTYNE AND CO.
Tasso flies from Ferrara, and visits his sister in the habit of a shepherd.—Resides at
Sorrento.-Wishes to return to the court of Alphonso.—Departs to Rome.-
Solicits to be received at Ferrara, and returns thither.- Becomes discontented,
and again leaves that city.-Visits Mantua.—Padua.-Venice. And Urbino.
--His temporary happiness there, and final dissatisfaction.—Departs to Tu-
Hospitality which Tasso meets with in his journey to Piedmont.—He is repulsed by
the guards from the gates of Turin.--His admission into the city, kind reception
by the Marquis Philip of Este, and temporary comfort.-Writes to Cardinal
Albano that he repents of his suspicions, and will endeavour to conquer them.-
Composes a Dialogue on Nobility.-History of, and remarks on that mode of
composition.— Tasso returns to Ferrara. Is coldly received, and confined in the
hospital of St Anne.