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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 Sept 23              Fribourg    250

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 In one of the paved openings stands an interresting old lime tree 14 ft in di-
ameter whose low spreading branches are carefully supported by four stone
columns with beams running around from the top of one post to the others-
Tradition says it grew from a twig brought several hundred years ago by an
expiring soldier whos last word was “victory”!

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 23rd  we were awakened this morning by a long and loud ringing of a Great
many church bells.  These Catholic towns are good places to leave, as soon
as your business
is finished-
In this canton
at every turn of
the road nearly,
we come upon a
Catholic shrine, or
large cross with
an agonized
Savior,  having   [-Lausanne-]
a large red spot on his side.  The same disgusting sights were frequently met
east of here until we reached the Brunig pass-  but at Interlaken the Prot-
testant majority ruled them out-

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 Last night we received Henrys dispatch “No rooms today, tomorrow at Beau Rivage”
on a sheet of thin paper the size of our foolscap, in an envelope as large as a lady’s
note paper, elaborately headed and prepared.      Always so large in Europe – – –

5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 At 1150 Am We were on the train for Geneva via Lausanne.    Romant
on our left is soon reached, a walled town perched on a hill, with towers at frequent
intervals, from the centre of which rises the old castle founded in the 10th century by
The Burgundian Kings-  Thence along the hights and through several long

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