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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 Frankfurt                        99

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 following note to the US Secretary of Legation at St Petersburgh= [sic]

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 “Dear Schuyler
I present Mr Wade and his family, and
will be obliged if you will be kind to them
I regret that it is not my privile^d^ge to
show him and his family some attention
(sig^d)  Yours  A.G. Curtin”

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 Mr. Hughes family were particularly kind in calling upon us at the last hour, again-and exchanging photographs, giving me the names of the best hotels +c. We gave them several Books, to save freight upon them.  Did a little business in settling up bills, the Doctor, shoemaker, Piano rent, gas man,  spring girls, board, +c  Delayed nearly two hours getting Mr. Moise’s US. flag finished satisfactorily.           

5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 And then we piled into a carriage with our luggage following behind in another carriage, and in consequence of the previous days hard rain, we had a delightful ride, making the nine miles in one and a half hours. By cars not possible, as the engines had all gone down the Rhine with Troops-

6 Leave a comment on paragraph 6 0 At Frankfurt we were much disappointed in not being able to see the celebrated, original marble statue of “Ariadne and the Panther”.  It is in the private museum of Mr. Bateman [sic] who has closed the doors in consequence of the war excitement. Took suit [sic] of rooms at the Hotel de’ Angleterre 12 fl per day, former price 22fl Hotel not any too well kept up-although it is recommended above all others-    City full of soldiers

7 Leave a comment on paragraph 7 0 Drew on Paris for another 1000 francs, rec^d 975 fr a shave

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