# Page:Great Neapolitan Earthquake of 1857.djvu/334

By barometer I find the ground at the villa is about 110 feet above the summit of Auletta. Returning from the villa to Auletta, a good view is afforded to the N. W. and W. down the great valley, which I sketched. Castelluccio is visible, perched upon its summit in the centre, and the lower ranges of the shaggy wooded precipices upon the north flank of Monte Alburno, block up the left of the view. Contursi is just visible upon another very distant height upon the right, (${\displaystyle c}$) and the villa Carusso is seen at the roadside at (${\displaystyle b}$). I proceeded on to