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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 June 30            On the Rhine

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 named Maso knocked at the gate, a thing gloomy xxxxxx, dark bearded grave looking man but with a ‘cunning eye’–  How he pretended to be an Alchemist, facinated [sic] Werner, melted up his gold in attempts to make more (an secretly hid it).  How his (Werners) lovely daughter offered her life to save her Father, at the demand of the sorcerer to bring a “pure and stainless virgin”.  And how, at midnight, when the maiden was upon her knees before the imposter, a brave Knight of the family of Westerburg, who had watched and followed her by moonlight rushed in and rescued her but the pilgrim escaped with the gold- The Knight, who had arrived a few days before with the Archbishop and some noblemen upon a hunting tour, married the daughter and pardoned the defaulting Treasurer, “lived happy to a prime old age”-as usual-

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 We next come to Oberlahnstein, mentioned in history of 890, which is surrounded by the remnants of ancient walls.  Behind it, on an eminence [sic], rises the pretty castle of Lahneck, restored and now occupied by an Irish gentleman named Moriarty-  We noticed his flag moving from the battlements. Near hear on an eminence is the lastremnants of the Konig- sstahl (Kings seat) where the decrees  

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 [ -Castle of Thurnburg (Maus.)-]

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