excerpt from 'A View of Society and Manners in Italy. Volume 2' pp. 248, 260 (94 words)

excerpt from 'A View of Society and Manners in Italy. Volume 2' pp. 248, 260 (94 words)

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A View of Society and Manners in Italy. Volume 2

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 On the first Sunday of May, we had an opportunity of seeing the famous Neapolitan miracle, of the liquefaction of Saint Januarius's blood performed. [...]

It was now almost dark—and when least expected, the signal was given that the miracle was performed. The populace filled the air with repeated shouts of joy; a band of music began to play; Te Deum was sung; couriers were dispatched to the royal family, then at Portici, with the glad tidings; the young lady dried up her tears; the countenances of our company brightened in an instant.

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