¶ 2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 with his guitar accompanied by another Guitarsman and with a full strong and melodious voice sang the piece with excellent effect. Seeing our delight he immediately followed with “Trovatore” with a feeling that is only natural ^to^ the Italians and appropriate to the pieces-
¶ 3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 Our ride homeward was accomplished in two and quarter hours with magnificent views of the luminous streams of molten lava now active and extending nearly halfway down the mountain before cooling the arrests the flow-
¶ 4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 14th Today at half past one oclock after a hasty lunch and a hasty filling our lunch baskets, we, Mother Wade, Alice,Jep and I… followed by Mr and Mrs C. In a one-horse cabstarted upon a very interresting excursion with the encouraging accessories of a clear and quiet day- Anna remained at home too prudent to attempt the well known fatiguing trip of an ascent of Mount Vesuvius.
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Down the bay, over the same road already twice traverseden route to Pompei [sic] and Herculaneum,
wedging our way through the same multitude of freighting carts where its an ordinary sight to see three animals abreast. An ox in shafts with a poor Horse on one