¶ 2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 It was strange to see the men, at the end of each act, stand up and face around, and scan the audience far and near with their opera glasses with the freedom of a lager-beer saloon. The play closed with a splendidly thrilling display of red lights, firing, explosions, and the tumbling down of the Prophet-Kings palace while he was revelling [sic] with women and wine. A rather hard trial of Alices nerves but xxxx she stood it much better than I would have supposed.
¶ 3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 We have also visited the Emperors Palace at Schonbrun [sic] about a mile beyond the city, although the suberbs [sic] reach to it, but it required several miles drive to get out of the city. We were surprised to find the Palace on such low ground, lower than the city. We were again, but happily, disappointed in gaining admittance, as Henry had told us that he never heard of but one or two families finding a chance to get in.