Over the entrance of a little cavern in one of the rocks hanging
above the Rhine-stream at Rolandseck, and covered with odoriferous
cactuses and silvery magnolias, the traveller of the present day
may perceive a rude broken image of a saint: that image represented
the venerable Saint Buffo of Bonn, the patron of the Margrave; and
Sir Ludwig, kneeling on the greensward, and reciting a censer, an
ave, and a couple of acolytes before it, felt encouraged to think
that the deed he meditated was about to be performed under the very
eyes of his friend's sanctified patron.
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