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lrile at Oct 27, 2020 06:59 PM

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[illegible?] Paris [illegible?]
[illegible?] taind [illegible?] y bea [illegible?] ued
Park -

thro' [through]
Capital of Bur-
-gundy [[Burgundy]], - formerly
} - a handsome & clean town - Tomb of the [[Dukes
of Burgundy]] in the Cathedral - Two Boulevards,
Parc de Colembier [[Parc de Colombiere]] - [[Palais de Conde]] C1793 the mu-
-nicipality - Facade of the [[Church of St. Michael]] - &
the College -

Chalons [[Châlons-en-Champagne]]
} Bridge - Hospital & Quay - Saint [Marcal?] once
contained the tomb of [[Abelard]] & Eloise [[Heloise]] - public walks -

} by water - [illegible?] - (11." F. Patron: 1.F.") - beau-
-tiful & romantic views - particularly after passing
the [[Isle de Cambe?]] - Cathedral - curious clock - ruins
of a Roman theater, & aqueduct on the Mountain of St. Just - the
exterior of la Chainte & [[hotel Dieu]] - Abbaye St. Fleme - Place de
bellacour - Hotel de brille very handsome - remar[?] [[Claudius]]'s o-
-riginal speech on two tablets of brass in its vestibule - The
Quays particularly that on the shore - still from this walk beauti-
ful - public Library - the Junction of the [[Soane]], & [[Rhone]] - the diffe-
-rent apperance of the two streams - distant [[Alps]].

To [[Lerdon?]]
} Its situation - [[Lake of Montica?]] - Cols of the [[Rhone]] near
[[Avanchy?]] - [[Fort L'Ecluxe?]] - on the right Mt. Blanc [[Mont Blanc]] - on the
left Mt Jura [[Mont Jura]] - the whole road from Lyons to Geneva is truly
beautiful - romantic & scarcely to be equalled -

} Laike - Envisions - Setting of the Sun on the distant [[Alps]] - Junction
of [[Rhone]] & [[Arles?]] - beautiful color of the former [[illegible?]] -

[written at angle, upside down:] mo

[written upside down:] [Laubenkein?] 1798 -

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