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Wilson's “ Pleasaunt Sporte made, rehearsyng of a Whole

Matter;" an Extract from, 226.
Windows, the Painted, in the Church of Maria Hülfe at

Munich, represent the Life of the Blessed Virgin, 279.
Woodland Walks, a sweet Stanza upon them in the Faerie

Queene, 1.
WURTZBURG, beautiful Descent into that City; the Mountain

of the Vineyards; the solitary Fire-tower; the Citadel ;
the Town one Phalanx of Towers and Spires; the silvery
Meanders of the Main; the Kingly Palace; the lovely
Marienkirch; the stately Market-place; the lamentable
Prevalence of the Cinque-cento Siyle of Architecture at
Wurtzburg, 220–221.

Z.

ZEIL, the, noble and picturesque Street in Frankfurt, 207.
ZEITGLOCHENTHURM, the Title of an ancient Clock-tower at

Berne, 190.
ZELL, the abandoned Convent of, a striking Object on the

Main at Wurtzburg, 220.

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