The Innocents Abroad - Chapter 2


The Innocents Abroad - Chapter 2
Grand Preparations—An Imposing Dignitary—The European Exodus— Mr. Blucher's Opinion—Stateroom No. 10—The Assembling of the Clans— At Sea at Last

Stormy and dreary the ship casts off then lies at anchor just at the harbor entrance. The seas are to high to proceed. "We would have shone at a wake, but not at anything more festive."

Mr. Blucher's opinion was first published in the Daily Alta California June 30, 1867 but written May 19th.

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