ing for the seat of war
meeting with Prince
his interest in public opinion in America
hetting a slender meal, I sent my card to Count von Bismarck, the Chancellor of the North German Confenger; it had also a hand-brake attached.
Count Bismarck and I occupied the rear seat, and Count BiCount Bismarck-Bohlen — the nephew and aide-de-camp to the Chancellor-and Doctor Busch were seated facing usve me a thorough welcome, expressing, like Count Bismarck, though through an interpreter, much inter
Thanking him for his kindness, I rejoined Count Bismarck's party, and our horses having arrived meae Minister of War, General von Roon, and Count von Bismarck assembled on the highest point, and I be Moltke.
He spoke our language fluently, and Bismarck having left the party for a time to go to a nwent back toward R6zonville.
I waited for Count Bismarck, who did not go immediately with the King,itted was to the Queen, the King directing Count Bismarck to prepare it for his signature; then foll