The Death of Julia

Samuel Rogers

The Pleasures of Memory, p. 64.

This page describes the death of Julia in the tale "Florio and Julia," which was illustrated by a plate by Thomas Stothard entitled "Her sense had fled!" Julia and her father, accompanied by Florio, survive a shipwreck only to expire (perhaps from hypothermia) on the beach.

Scanned image and text by Philip V. Allingham

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