¶ 2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 having the different styles since the time of crossbows. The oldest styles are peculiar from their elaborate inlayings with Ivory. The room is a gay armory having many interresting historical incidents of deaths and narrow escapes of the Imperial hunters- These buildings are very extensive enclosing a large square.
¶ 5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 1 We have visited the picture gallery of Prince Liechtenstein. Situated in the suberbs near the River, we ^found^ it exteriorly quite plain, but as we ascend the immensely wide stairway within, each long step made from a single piece of red marble we are assured that this Palace has been grand in its day. This Prince is the fortunate possessor of several Palaces and seldom occupies this. Kindly leaves the picture gallery open to the public but the servant a gentlemanly person of considerable intelligence goes with us to make the explanations