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he house of Peter the Great, Emperor of Russia. He ran away from Russia 鏉窞419榫欏嚖璁哄潧

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缃戠珯璧勬簮 and came here and rented this little house with only two rooms, and lived in poverty here, to learn to build ships. Hollandaise builders worked with him a year at a time, but knew not that it was Peter the Great, of the Russias. The little frame hut is three hundred years 鏉窞涓嶆瑙勬礂娴?old, but has been preserved on account of its strange and novel history.

26th of September, and I am at the capitol of Holland, The Hague. The King lives here, about a quarter of a mile from my hotel, the 鈥淏ellevue.鈥?But I just dined with a King. The father of the Queen is the old King of 鏉窞瓒虫荡涓婇棬 Wurtemburg, and he is putting up here, and we have a guard of honor at our door. He is going out鈥攈e bows to me.

COL. FELLOWES LEARNING DUTCH.
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