¶ 2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 to his castle of Ehrenfels, the maid to be married, the girl spurred up her beautiful horse (given her by Cuno) and ^reached^ her lovers castle safely and barred the gates- Kurt fell from his horse and was Killed. Cuno became the heir to Rheinstein.
¶ 4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 Nearly opposite, on a quartzrock in the river stands Mouse tower, deriving its name from the legend of the cruel Archbishop Hatto of Mayence, said to have been devoured here by mice, but was more likely, derived from “Mauththurm” or tower of Customs. It is now used as a watch-tower to signal vesels [sic] to slacken speed of ^those^ descending if they are meeting any going up.
¶ 5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 Just above this tower we reach the large town of Bingen. We leave the steamer, and enter our handsome apartments at the Hotel Victoria secured by Telegraph. All of us are delighted- we all step out of the low windows onto the porch or balcony and feast our eyes on the charming landscape spread out before us- Separated from the beautiful Rhine only by a promenade