¶ 3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 The immense windows are filled with stained glass, those in the sides being devoted to historical groupings of life size figures in the most gorgeous costumes, those on the south side were put there three hundred and sixty years ago and compare favorable with the latest specimens of the art-
¶ 4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 As we advance to the railing, (high, solid, carved in dark wood) which separates the officials and choir from the vulgar throng we find ourselves in line of the transepts, having space enough to enclose several small churches to the right and left- At the end of the righthand [sic] one is a stone group, time worn, if not ^so^ worn with catholic kisses. It is a group of three persons, about life size, or a little less, the central figure horizontal, representing christ [sic] after the crucifixion with the spear wound in the side gaping and red, the other figures standing and all having agonized expressions- As we approached, an old woman arose from her kneeling position, kissed the would, and dropped into her devotion again. Ma, with an eye to genuineness, thumped on it with her knuckles which caused the old devotee to roll her eyes in horror at the sacrilidge [sic].
¶ 5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 On the right and left of the choir are seven chapels of large dimensions, containing tombstones of celebrated archbishops, paintings +c- One, the chapel of the three Kings or Magi, contain (they say) the bones of the Magi, brought from