¶ 2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 of them carpeted. All made of composition and as slippery as glass. Seven rooms were beautifully frescoed with arms guns pistols, swords, daggers, spears, armor, and every variety, from the first ages to the present, all brightly polished and tastefully arranged.
¶ 3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 From the building we drove through the extensive Royal Park, densely filled with wild forests and undergrowth, but cut through with a labyrinth of drives- A half mile within we found a large avairy [sic] containing many rare Birds- In the field were scores of magnificent Peacocks, golden pheasants, Guinea hens +c- Henry says that three years ago the nobles and ladies on horseback had a grand Bear hunt after three Bears which had been turned loose- The woods are filled with tame and beautifull game- the targets for nobles- Three years ago our drivers would have been obliged to wear Livery to gain admission, but now all is changed-
¶ 4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 18th Good bye Naples- Half hours drive to the Depot, and off again: on the nine A.M. Train, northward. How thankfull that we’re going northward- its en-route homeward, and we hope to not retrograde or turn back again.