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2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 foot is upon it.   Albums of every description start up a lively tune when
the clasp is opened.  Bottles, cigar cases, workboxes, clocks, snuffboxes.
They make the latter holding a tiny little Bird which, upon pulling a little
slide, raises a little cover on top, jumps out full length and whistles firmly
all the time bobbing from side to side, then pops in shutting the lid after
him, charming,  bright colors, about an inch long-

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 30th  Today we have taken a pleasant little excursion-   Back
through the upper part of the city,  past the Railway depot, up through the
suberb called
Mont Brilliant
along the high
^way^ into France,
gradually ascen-
ding,  thence
branch off to
the right parallel
to the Lake, into
a narrow crooked
road bordered            [-Chateau of Baron Adolph Rothschild-]
with dusty hedge fences, shade trees, and vinyards, with numerous
clusters of xxxx  houses, almost villages,     until we read, on an
eminence, the Gateway and Porters-lodge of Baron Adolph Rothschild.

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 The regulations are to admit visitors into his grounds Mondays and
Fridays from 2 to 5 P.M. free.  tickets of admission to be obtained at the
Hotels.       A little after 2 oclock we presented our tickets to the
liveried attendant at the gate along with several other parties alighting
from their carriage about the same time,     and proceed to walk through

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