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==From Geneva to the valley of
Chamouni Chamonix, near the line of the Arve.==

to La Bonneville
} In passing to the Valley of Chamouni Chamonix you see a truly
interesting country -

to Cluse -
} its situation - cascade near Marglans Magland? - those
of [Aspunas?], & [Ceddre?]-fall of the Arve near -
The entrance into the Valley of Chamouni Chamonix [fine?] -
Glacier of Bossons - Glacier of the Valley of Ice - Montenvet Montenvers? - Sea of
ice Mer de Glace - route de glace -

to Sallenche Sallanches -
} Town of Savoy on the river Arve

to Servez -
in the [bas valais ?]
} Mt. Blanc Mont Blanc - needles &c &c - From Chamouni Chamonix
by le Prieure across the Mts. & by the Col de Balme, to
prospect from the Col de Balme

Trient -
} Glacier - miserable village surrounded by high
mountains - Goitres & Cretins - [leaving?] St. Branchier Sembrancher

to the left? - over the mountains, to

Martigni Martigny - }
on the left the beautiful cascade of Pisse Vache Cascade de la Pissevache 200 ft - large
& magnificent -

to St. Maurice Saint-Maurice - } Its bridge - }

to Bex - } Its' salt-works

to Aigle - }

to Villeneuve - } at the extremity of the Lake Leman Lac Léman, Lake Geneva -

to Chillon - } Chateau de Chillon - } Clarens

[Written upside-down:] Lausanne

to Vevay Vevey - } In the Canton de Vaud - on the lake de Geneve Lake Geneva - prospect
from the upper Ch. yard in the evening - rays of light on Jura Jura Mountains, red & on the
Alps yellow - Meilline Meilen? - Jura - &c &c vide la nouvelle Heloise de Rousseau.
by - [Calli & lubri?] - or upon [the?] Lake

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