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Village on Rhine, two leagues from Coblentz.

" "How can you call Germany stupid when you have a scene like this before you?" said Helen, with a sigh of pleasure, as she looked from the balcony which overhangs the Rhine at the hotel of the "Three Kings" at Coblentz.

" "Palsdorf!was not that the name of the count or baron we heard them talking of at Coblentz?" said Helen to Amy, with a well-feigned air of uncertainty.

Nothing can be more simple and affecting than the following picture, nor less likely to be an imaginary scene: By Coblentz, on a rise of gentle ground, There is a small and simple pyramid, Crowning the summit of the verdant mound; Beneath its base are heroes' ashes hid, Our enemies.

Coblentz Geological Laws On the Rhine Frankfort Darmstadt Worms Chapter XIV.

That evening I rode by rail to Ehrenbreitstein which is opposite to Coblentz.

Coblentz.

Mr. Elmer, of the Coblentzer Volkszeitung, told me that the dialects of the German language are so different, that the people of Coblentz and those of Cologne can scarcely understand each other when they speak their peculiar dialects.

The principle, that whenever a stream of water makes a curve, the outside bank (that which turns the water from its strait course) is always more precipitous than the other in proportion to the amount of curvature of the stream, is well illustrated at the confluence of the Mosel and the Rhine at Coblentz, by the course of the latter.

The streets of Coblentz are mostly narrow, as are also its pavements, many of the latter being only from one to two feet wide.

Some 35 or 40 miles up the river from Coblentz, on the left bank, rise the imposing rocks of the Lurlei to the height of 433 feet above the Rhine.

Clemens Wenzel Nepomuk Lothar, Count von Metternich, was born at Coblentz, on the Rhine, May 15, 1773.

The town of Coblentz is situated at the junction of the Rhine and the Moselle.

Just opposite Ehrenbreitstein, on the left bank, is Coblentz; a superb flying bridge, which passes in three minutes, keeps up the communication between the two towns.

Ehrenbreitstein completely commands all the adjacent country and enfilades the embouchure of the Moselle which flows into the Rhine at Coblentz, where there is an elegant stone bridge across the Moselle.

Where the German language is spoken, there is the country of the Germans!" Coblentz is a clean handsome city, but there is nothing very remarkable in it except a fine and spacious "Place."

Near Coblentz is the monument erected to the French General Marceau, who fell gloriously fighting for the cause of liberty, respected by friend and foe.

Several anecdotes were related of the conduct of the Bourbon princes and of the emigration, who held their court at Coblentz when they first emigrated; these anecdotes did not redound much to their honor or credit, and I remark that they are held in great disgust and abhorrence by the inhabitants of these towns, on account of their treacherous and unprincipled conduct.

It was from here that "La Cour de Coblentz," as it was called, intrigued by turns with the Jacobins and the Brissotins and, by betraying the latter to the former, were in part the cause of the sanguinary measures adopted by Robespierre.

With the same view, emissaries were dispatched from the Court of Coblentz to the South of France in order, under the disguise of patriots, to preach up the most exaggerated corollaries to the theories of liberty and equality.

In the evening I went to the theatre at Coblentz, where Mozart's opera of Don Giovanni was represented.

On arrival at Coblentz we heard that Napoleon had surrendered himself unconditionally to Capt. Maitland of the Bellerophon.

The scenery hereabouts is more wild and romantic than what we have hitherto passed and bears a great resemblance to the landscape on the Rhine between Mayence and Coblentz.

But where he happened to be on a certain afternoon in the first week of October, on which he had just heard the news of Alma, was,upon the hills between Ems and Coblentz.

And far below him fleets the mighty Rhine, rich with the memories of two thousand stormy years; and on its further bank the grey-walled Coblentz town, and the long arches of the Moselle-bridge, and the rich flats of Kaiser Franz, and the long poplar-crested uplands, which look so gay, and are so stern; for everywhere between the poplar-stems the saw-toothed outline of the western forts cuts the blue sky.

They did not see him, but turned away to look at Coblentz; and the steamer swept by.

But calm yourself; the boat stops at Coblentz.

" "Why did they leave Coblentz, then, in such hot haste?" "Ah, the ladies never give reasons.

" "To go to-night,for see the clouds!Not a postilion will dare to leave Coblentz, under that quick-coming allgemein und ungeheuer henker-hund-und-teufel's-gewitter.

That he might economize, and be free to toil in order to pay, he went abroad, residing between four and five years out of England, part of the time at Coblentz, in Rhenish Prussia, and part at Ostend, in Belgium.

After passing Andernach, we saw in the distance the highlands of the middle Rhine, which rise above Coblentz, guarding the entrance to its wild scenery, and the mountains of the Moselle.

They parted as we approached; from the foot shot up the spires of Coblentz, and the battlements of Ehrenbreitstein crowning the mountain opposite, grew larger and broader.

Above Coblentz almost every mountain has a ruin and a legend.

With the enthusiastic promise of allegiance to the plan on their own part and that of their regiments, Calvert quitted the society of these officers, and, certain of the hearty co-operation of enough troops to make the safety of the King and Queen amply assured, he proceeded, by way of the Mozelle, to Coblentz.

Pharmaceutical and medical chemistry, by Samuel P. Sadtler, Virgil Coblentz, and Jeannot Hostmann.

COBLENTZ, STANTON A. The lone adventurer.

Stanton A. Coblentz (A); 4Nov54; R138561.

COBLENTZ, VIRGIL, joint author.

COBLENTZ, STANTON A. The answer of the ages.

Stanton A. Coblentz (A); 8Sep58; R220874. Shadows on a wall.

Stanton A. Coblentz (A); 8Sep58; R220873. COBURN, WALT.

COBLENTZ, STANTON A. The pageant of man.

Stanton A. Coblentz (A); 1Nov63; R325270.

SEE Cobb, Irvin S. COBLENTZ, CATHERINE CATE.

Catherine Cate Coblentz (A); 5Nov64; R348152. COBURN, WALT.

SEE COBLENTZ, CATHERINE GATE.

COBLENTZ, CATHERINE GATE.

Leah Huntley Cate (NK of C. C. Coblentz); 14Aug70; R489647.

SEE COBLENTZ, STANTON A. BARNES, CHARLES C. Exploring our world, by Charles C. Barnes & Elsie M. Beck.

SEE COBLENTZ, CATHERINE CATE.

COBLENTZ, CATHERINE CATE.

Lea Huntley Cate (NK of C. C. Coblentz); 26Apr71; R505065.

COBLENTZ, STANTON A. Green vistas.

ยฉ 26Jan44; A178477. Stanton A. Coblentz (A); 4Feb71; R500521.

The bells of Leyden sing. SEE COBLENTZ, CATHERINE GATE.

COBLENTZ, CATHERINE CATE.

By Catherine Cate Coblentz, artist: Margie Trientja Engelbrecht.

By Catherine Cate Coblentz, decorated by Ralph Ray,

COBLENTZ, STANTON A. The lone adventurer.

Stanton A. Coblentz (A); 4Nov54; R138561.

COBLENTZ, VIRGIL, joint author.

For works claimed by Laura Baker Cobb SEE this list under COBB, IRVIN S. <pb id='032.png' /> COBLENTZ, STANTON A. Songs of the Redwoods, and other poems.

Stanton A. Coblentz (A); 26Apr61; R275002.

COBLENTZ, STANTON A. The pageant of man.

Stanton A. Coblentz (A); 1Nov63; R325270.

SEE Cobb, Irvin S. COBLENTZ, CATHERINE CATE.

Catherine Cate Coblentz (A); 5Nov64; R348152. COBURN, WALT.

COBLENTZ, STANTON A. Songs by the wayside.

Stanton A. Coblentz (A); 28Feb66; R381932. COBURN, WALT.

COBLENTZ, STANTON A. Senator Goose, and other rhymes.

Stanton A. Coblentz (A); 6Nov67; R421602. COBURN, WALT.

SEE COBLENTZ, CATHERINE GATE.

COBLENTZ, CATHERINE GATE.

Leah Huntley Cate (NK of C. C. Coblentz); 14Aug70; R489647.

SEE COBLENTZ, CATHERINE CATE.

COBLENTZ, CATHERINE CATE.

Lea Huntley Cate (NK of C. C. Coblentz); 26Apr71; R505065.

COBLENTZ, STANTON A. Green vistas.

ยฉ 26Jan44; A178477. Stanton A. Coblentz (A); 4Feb71; R500521.

The bells of Leyden sing. SEE COBLENTZ, CATHERINE GATE.

COBLENTZ, CATHERINE CATE.

SEE COBLENTZ, CATHERINE CATE.

COBLENTZ, CATHERINE CATE.

Verse chronicle (review of verse by Oscar Williams, Arnold Stein, Stanton A. Coblentz, Ruth Pitter) By Randall Jarrell.

By Catherine Cate Coblentz, artist: Margie Trientja Engelbrecht.

By Catherine Cate Coblentz, decorated by Ralph Ray,

From Mentz to Coblentz the German Bacchus has pitched his throne on the territory and soil of Nassau.

il y a deja quelque tems qu'il est emigreon le dit a Coblentz.

""As to the battle I know nothing about the matter; but for the Prince of Conde he emigrated some time sincethey say he is at Coblentz.

All the high positions in the army were filled by the marquises, dukes, and counts, of the old era, who had sewed tapestry and picked silk in Coblentz, while the France of the new era was fighting on the battle-field, and they now began to teach the soldiers of the empire the old drill of 1780.

I set out alone for Coblentz, went up the Rhine to that city, but the royal army was not there.

Passing on, I fell in with the Prussian army between Coblentz and Treves.

At Speicher in the Eifel, a district which lies on the middle Rhine, to the west of Coblentz, a bonfire used to be kindled in front of the village on St. John's Day, and all the young people had to jump over it.

There were Ehrenbreitstein and Rolandseck and Coblentz, which I knew only in history.

This was the case where the Salomons dwelt, and to the rear house, in November, 1767, Johann van Beethoven brought his newly married wife, Helena Keverich, of Coblentz, widow of Nicolas Laym, a former valet of the Elector.

After passing Andernach we saw in the distance the highlands of the middle Rhinewhich rise above Coblentz, guarding the entrance to its sceneryand the mountains of the Moselle.

They parted as we approached; from the foot shot up the spires of Coblentz, and the battlements of Ehrenbreitstein, crowning the mountain opposite, grew larger and broader.

Above Coblentz almost every mountain has a ruin and a legend.

In the direction of Mayence, the famed Paradise Plain opens upon the Ringau; and in that of Coblentz, the dark mountains of Leyen seem to frown on the surrounding scenery.

At last we crossed at Coblentz, and got from there into Belgium the first days of June.