There are great numbers to be seen from the railway from Ems as far as Nordhausen on the route to Berlin.
I had breakfast set for us; we sat down, and I listened for several hours to the curious stories of old Augustine of Nordhausen.
During our stay in Nordhausen, we lived in the house of a Mr. Fleck, a merchant, whose wife was a very amiable hostess.
He accompanied her to Brunswick, where she remained for some time, and he went to Nordhausen.
From Nordhausen to this point the country is ugly, and the inevitable pine-tree forests have reappeared.
Nordhausen sulphuric acid shows this better and more rapidly.
He obtained it, as the Nordhausen variety is still made, by the distillation of dried green vitriol.
It is thus that the acid known under the name of Nordhausen acid is made.
His family were still in Nordhausen, whither he went to pay them a visit in October.
Nordhausen acid is so called from the place of its manufacture in Saxony.