¶ 3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 The dress was very comical when seen collectively- Every one from babe to father wearing a high ruffled collar, laces, and large rosetts [sic] on their low shoes. Each child holding different toys.
¶ 5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 5th Were called up at 6. for breakfast at 7. The latter being slow and unsatisfactory we were scarcely half through when we were notified that the military train for Gôttingen was nearly ready. We gather up each an extra biscuit and hurry across the square to the depot, thence down the road among a score of trains, our family scattering along looking anxiously for Henry, but no one can tell us of the train–finally a boy directs us to back off to the right, nearly the same way we came. We fly, fearful of being left- Come in sight of Henry rushing towards our Hotel. I whistle. He sees us, and both he and the conductor swing their umbrellas frantically, to “hurry”- It was hurrying times in that scattered line of invalids, and I look back anxiously