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Chapter 2: From Vienna to Florence. Austrian monasteries. Austrian and Bavarian Alps. Munich. Lausanne. Geneva. Turin. General la Harpe. Count Balbo. Pellico. Manzoni. Journal. July 2.—This morning we left Vienna. . . . In the latter part of the forenoon we had fine views of the Danube, and the co
d a large part of their great income in works of benevolence.
When the cholera appeared at Turin last year, they at once gave up a journey they had projected to Florence and Rome, and moved into the city from their villa, devoting themselves to the means of preventing the progress of the disease, as well as to the hospitals, whic much of the tediousness and vexation of the delay, and we have heartily pitied a poor Russian Countess who has heard here of the illness and death of a child at Florence, hardly twenty hours drive from here, which she yet could not be permitted to visit. . . . .
November 1.—This morning we were released.
The population of the