Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Titel:
The life, studies and works of Benjamin West, Esq. president of The Royal Academy of London
Person:
Galt, John
Persistente ID:
urn:nbn:de:gbv:wim2-g-1662038
PURL:
https://digitalesammlungen.uni-weimar.de/viewer/resolver?urn=urn:nbn:de:gbv:wim2-g-1663836
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the 
number 
of 
his 
early 
patrons. 
(after- 
wards 
Sir 
John) 
Dick, 
then. 
the 
British 
Con- 
sul 
at 
Leghorn, 
and 
his 
lady, 
also 
treated 
him 
with 
great 
partiality, 
and 
procured 
for 
him 
the 
the Imperial baths. 
use of 
His mind being thus 
relieved 
from 
the 
restless 
which 
ecstasy 
he 
had 
suffered 
in 
Rome, 
and 
the 
intensity 
of 
interest 
being 
diminished 
by 
nature of 
the circumscribed 
the society of Leghorn, together with the bracing 
eifects of sea-bathing, he was soon again in a con- 
dition 
to 
resume 
his 
study 
in 
the 
capital. 
But- 
the 
same 
overpowering 
attacks 
his 
feelings, 
and 
imagination 
SOOI1 
produced 
relapse 
of 
his. 
former 
indisposition, 
and 
compelled 
him 
to 
return 
Leghorn, 
to 
where 
he was. 
again 
speedi  
cured. 
of 
his 
fever, 
its dregs a pain- 
but it left in. 
fill-affizction in the ancle, 
that threatened the loss 
of the limb. 
The well- 
-known Nanoni, an eminent 
who had introduced many improvements 
surge011, 
in 
the 
treatment 
of 
j0iDts: 
diseased 
W3.S 
at 
this 
period resident in Florence, and Messrs. Jackson 
and Rutherford wrote to Sir Horace Mann, then 
the. 
British 
Minister 
at 
the 
Ducal 
Court, 
to 
consult 
him 
relative 
to 
the 
C388" 
of 
Mr. West! 
his" answer induced 
them 
to 
advise. 
the Artist 
to
        

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