¶ 2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 stands, lasting according to my watch just 65 minutes before approaching the “sermon”. The latter occupied just 17 minutes. It was the most intelligent audience that I ever saw in Church, being all visitors. The “Saucer” was passed around as usual. The foundation was laid by Sir Culling Earldly Bart’ and the laud given then by Her Highness Princess. Elizabeth of Homburg.
¶ 4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 Homburg is situated at the foot of the Taunus Mts and is 600 ft above the level of the sea. Population about 8000. The city has a feature that I notice particularly in all German towns. It does not scatter out with open suberbs [sic] as in America, but is jammed all up together as though they were compelled to build within a certain circuit, looking very much as though it has been sliced out of the central portion of some large city and transplanted- It is an old town and I imagine either was walled in formerly, or built with an eye to that end. Probably is but little larger than it was 3000 years ago, when it was called Höhnberg and