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145v (SM volume 162)


145v (SM volume 162)


at 5 or 6 miles from Coira passed / the Reno (Rhine) over a bridge alt 80 feet / cover'd & of the same construction / as that I measured - a little way / further pass another Branch of / the same river, a wooden Bridge with / Piles. 10 or 12 Arches - Pay at both / 3 Batz each horse, 70 Batz 1 Florin / of the Empire & 10 En.[glish] Florins 1 Louis d'or / Sunday Eveng 3 o'clock - Lago di Wallestat / took a Boat with 4 men at one Imp. / Florin each (is equal to a Louis) from / this place they pay always with good / florins, the other florins take 13½ to / a Louis, I mean those of Chiavenna / Coira



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