excerpt from 'Letters from Italy describing the customs and manners of that country, in the years 1765 and 1766' pp. 197 (137 words)

excerpt from 'Letters from Italy describing the customs and manners of that country, in the years 1765 and 1766' pp. 197 (137 words)

part of

Letters from Italy describing the customs and manners of that country, in the years 1765 and 1766

original language

urn:iso:std:iso:639:ed-3:eng

in pages

197

type

text excerpt

encoded value

 

I forbore to finish the detail of the Function I saw at the Pope's chapel [on Palm Sunday], because I would not give you any of my suggestions for matter of fact; but now I am fully informed, I told you, the Pope, Cardinals, &c. went in procession out of the chapel, with their palm-branches in their hands, into an adjacent great hall, but did not mention the whole form, because I was not master of the words set to musick, and sung by two Eunuchs, upon shutting the chapel-door, the moment the procession had entered the hall. The words were these, (the very same I had suggested) Lift up your beads, O ye gates, that the King of Glory may come in, &c. upon which the doors flew open, and the procession returned into the chapel.

appears in search results as

excerpt from 'Letters from Italy describing the customs and manners of that country, in the years 1765 and 1766' pp. 197 (137 words)

1509205217545:

reported in source

1509205217545

documented in
Page data computed in 339 ms with 1,716,472 bytes allocated and 35 SPARQL queries executed.