Corfu may be considered as the present seat of Grecian literature; as well from its having supplied the place of Scio, in the establishment of an university, as from the number of Greeks of talent who reside on the island. At the head of these is Psallidas, (Athanasios,) who is considered by his countrymen as the nearest rival of the venerable Coray. He is a little, round-faced, good-humoured looking man, whose latitude, if it does not exceed, certainly equals his longitude; and his features, though well-formtd, contain in their expression much more of a gourmand than of a literary character. He was obliged to leave Janina several years ago, in consequence of his apprehensions from his patron, Ali Pacha, and now subsists by teaching ancient and modern Greek at a school in Corfu. His conversation, when I waited on him, was shrewd and spirited; its only drawback being an affected contempt of the talents of Coray [...].