78 Route 18. GENOA. Practical Notes.
second floor) despatches a steamer once or twice a week to New York or
Boston, viá Palermo and Naples. — Steamers of the Hamburg-Amerika Line
(same office) sail 3-4 times a month to New York. For the 'Riviera Service*
of this company (San Remo, Monte Carlo, Nice), aee p. 94. — The North
Germán Lloyd (agents, Leupold Frutelli, Piazza San Siró 10) maintains a
weekly line of steamers from Genoa to Gibraltar and New York, while the
China and Anstralian steamers of this company also touch at Genoa (3 times
a month). — Steamers of the Stoomvart Maatschappij Nederland sail once a
fortnight from Amsterdam (or Rotterdam) viá Southampton to Genoa, Port
Said, and Batavia. —La Veloce from Genoa to Barcelona and South America,
thrice a month, to Central America, once a month. — Compagnie Fraissinet
weekly to Marseilles direct and also viá Nice and Catines.
Gonsuls. British Cónsul-General, William Keene, Via Palestro 8; vice¬
cónsul, R. Macbean. — American Cónsul, James Jeffrey Roche, Corso Andrea
Physicians : Dr. Breiling (speaks English), Corso Solferino 20; Prof. Giov.
Ferrari (speaks English). Via Assarotti 12; Dr. Zaslein, Corso Solferino 17;
Dr. Wild, Via Assarotti 23, int. 4; Dr. Streiff (oculist), Corso Solferino 18,
int. 3. — Protestant Hospital, Salita San Rocchino, supported by the for-
eigners in Genoa (physician, Dr. Breiting). — Dentista: Bright, Via Santi
fiiacomo e Filippo 35; Markus, Via Roma 5; Mela. Salita Santa Catarina 1.
— Chemists: Zerega (English prescriptions), Via Cario Felice 2; Farmacia
Internazionule Moscatelli. Via Carlo Felice 33 ; Farmacia Internazionale (Hahn),
Via Cairoli; Xlnione Farmacéutica Cooperativa, Via Venti Setiembre 38.
Goods Agents. American Express Co., Piazza Annunziata 17; Weiss,
Piazza Serriglio 4; Semler & Gerhardt, Vico San Pancrazio 2, near the
Piazza Fossatello (Pl. D, 4); Weidmann, Via Balbi, Vico Sant' Antonio 5.
English Churches. Church of the Holy Ghost (built by Street, in the
Lombard style), Via Goito (Pl. G, 4); services at 8.15, 11, and 5; chap.,
Rev. Edwin H. Burtt, M. A. Church Seamen's Institute, Via Milano 73
(Mr. Burtt) ; serv. Sun. and Thurs. 7.30 p. m.; weekly concert on Wed,;
reading, writing, and recreation rooms open daily for seamen, 10-10. —
Presbyteriun Church, Via Peschiera 4 (Rev. Donald Miller, D. D.); service
at 11 a.m. Genoa Harbour Mission, in connection with the Brit. S¿ For.
Sailors' Society and the Amer. Seaman's Friend Society; serv. Sun. at 7.30
and Tues. at 8 p.m. in the Sailors' Rest, 15 Via Milano (Rev. Dr. Miller and
Mr. Fr. M. Beattie). Social entertainments Frid. at 8 p.m. (visitors welcome).
Collections and Galleries.
Cathedral Treasury (p. 84), Mon. <fc Thurs. 1-4; i/2 fr.
Museo Chiossone (p. 85), dailv, except Mon., 10-3; 1 fr.
Palazzo Bianco (p. 87), daily, 11-4 (April to Sept. 10-4), 50 c, Sun. & Thurs.
25 c, the last Sunday of each month free.
Palazzo Durazzo-Pallavicini (y. 88), daily, 11-4 (fee 1/2-I fr.).
Puluzzo Reale (p. 89), daily, in the absence of the court.
Palazzo Rosso (p. 86), on Mon., Wed., Thurs., Frid., and Sat., 10-4, free
(no gratuities), closed on Tues., Sun., and holidays.
Principal Attractions (two days). lst Day. Morning: row in the Har¬
bour (p. 81); Cathedral (p. 83); Sant' Ambrogio (p. 84); Museo Chiossone.(v. 80).
Afternoon: Via Garibaldi (p. 85) with visits to the Palazzi Rosso (p. 86) and
Bianco (p. 87); Via Balbi (p. 8S); Palazzo Doria (p. 90); Lighthouse (p. 91).
— 2nd Day. Morning: Villelta Dinegro (p. 91); Corso Andrea Podestá (p. 91);
Santa Maria di Carignano (p. 92); Via di Circonvallazione a Mure (p. 92).
Afternoon: Campo Santo (p. 94) and Castellaccio (p. 93; best towards evening).
— Excursión to Nervi (p. 107).
Genoa, Italian Genova, French Genes, with 155,900 inhah., the
seat of a university and of an archhishop and the headquarters of
the 4th Italian army corps, is a strong fortress and the chief com-
mercial town in Italy. Its situation, rising ahove the sea in a wide
semicircle, and its numerous palaces justly entitle it to the epithet
of 'La Superba'. The oíd town is a net-work of narrow and steep