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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 46        On the Rhine

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 the Rhine, but the Cat” barred the passage to the passage to the prelate at the side of the upper Rhine-   Kuno understood them and kept them at bay.

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 The last descendant of the Counts had a quarrelsome wife who even illtreated her own Son and Daughter- The Count got a divorce and, later, married his son to a maid of the family of Dillenberg-Nassau and his Daugther ^in^ to the family of the Landgraven of Hessen [sic]-  The young Count was soon after stabbed in Flanders 1454-   His father resolved to marry again and chose the widow of the Duke Otto of Brunswick, a young and esteemable lady [sic].  But the relations, already regarding the Counts estate as their property, conspired against the union and bribed the chaplain of the count to poison the young wife.  The Priest offered her blessed wine, containing arsenic, but the Countess only drank a little – was seized with violent convulsions and saved with much trouble by the assiduous care of her old husband.  The Assassin, pursued by the ladys father Count of Nassau was arrested in Cologne and burnt alive at the foot of the gallows without betraying his accomplices- The lady died without descendants, and the immense estates were divided- in 1470-

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 St Goarshausen below the castle of Neukatzenlnbogen [sic] is protected by an embankment against the inundations of the Rhine-   

5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 [ -St  Goarshausen and “Katz” castle-]

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