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Chapter 21: Germany.—October, 1839, to March, 1840.—Age, 28-29. Leaving Milan Oct. 6, Sumner reached Santa Maria at midnight, bade farewell to Italy the next morning at sunrise, as he stood on the frontier line, and reached Innsbruck on the morning of the ninth. After a week at Munich, he went to Passau, thence in a small bo
illard. Munich, Oct. 18, 1839.
dear Hillard,—The day after I wrote you from Venice I inscribed my name for a place in the malle-postefor that evening as far as Milan.
We started at eight o'clock; it poured down cataracts: my companions, a countess, and an honest father with his son, a boy of fourteen, going to a school in Swit ght, stopping one half-hour only for dinner.
We passed through Padua, Verona, Brescia, Bergamo; and at nine o'clock on the morning after the second night, entered Milan.
This is a great place for encountering friends, it is such a thoroughfare.
I had just entered the room which contains Leonardo's Last Supper,—a painting truly