excerpt from 'Information and directions for travellers on the continent, 5th edition' pp. 213 (122 words)

excerpt from 'Information and directions for travellers on the continent, 5th edition' pp. 213 (122 words)

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Information and directions for travellers on the continent, 5th edition

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On Easter Day, at nine in the morning, Foreigners should be at S. Peter's, in order to procure good places for seeing the Pope enter that Church in state […] Between twelve and one o'clock the Pope returns in state from the interior of S. Peter's; and immediately ascends to the Loggia on the outside of the church; where he no sooner appears than all the troops kneel; and, when he has pronounced the blessing, the drums beat, the cannon of S. Angelo fire, and the bells ring in every direction; while the superb costume of the Pontifical Court, the picturesque dresses of the peasantry, and the splendid equipages of the Cardinals, foreign Princes, &c.; render this scene equally magnificent and impressive. 

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