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The substance of her meditation is anything but dreamlike, as she is occupied mostly with financial calculations, but the label of "dreamer" serves to disavow any serious pursuit of the plan and reflects a real ambivalence at this stage as to her own possible involvement. Later, on December 3, she ventures something a little stronger but still self-depreciating: "How I should like to do something for the education of my own country," she writes, "but when I look around, and see the advantages others have had, which I have not, my hopes INTRODUCTION xxxiii Annesley Hall on the occasion of a Royal Visit, 1905.
From there we went past the church of St. Sulpice which has two high towers, one higher than the other, so built to avoid the law saying no other church in Paris could have towers like the Cathedral. Passing along the Boulevard St. Michel, past Fontaine de TObservatoire and statue of Marshal Ney, we came to St. Etienne du Mont, where are two staircases carved out of solid stone, also a shrine containing the bones of St. Genevieve, the patron saint of Paris. From there to the Pantheon, which stands on the site of two churches, one very old, and dedicated to St.
We went from Crenelle to Garibaldi, then past the Exhibition Grounds and Military school, near the Hotel des Invalides, past the Chambre des Deputes, over the bridge de la Concorde, 2O D I A R Y OF A E U R O P E A N TOUR across the Place, and to the Place Vendome, and the vast column. It is in imitation of Trajan's column at Rome, is 142 ft. high, and 13 ft. in diameter. It is of masonry faced with plates of bronze in form of a spiral, made from cannons taken in the Russian and Austrian campaigns.