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2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 changing much or little according to the appearance of their customer Americans being their golden prey, with that exception I never hear of their dishonesty-

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 At several places along the promenade I daily see large plates of money on stools, on the sidewalk before the stores, beside them a card marked “pour les blessés” (for the wounded [sic] but never see any one watching them, frequently they are alone, or only watched by wishful eyed beggars- In other places petty fruit dealers leave their stands along on the sidewalk to return and find a deposit of coppers equally to the fruit appropriated.

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 We have taken a little excursion of there hours to the Monastery of St André, back through the city along the river bank, wide but almost dry, the rusty old houses giving way to cliffs and hills covered with olive trees, useless for anything else- Many of these olives are many hundred years old. Generally the bodies near the stump, are from six to 20 inches in diameter, beyond that, they split open become a mere hollow shell and expand to many feet in diameter, always wide gnarled up and illshaped, and the labor which they require is not trifling- A full crop is expected only once in every three years At certain seasons it becomes

5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 [-Olive Tree-]

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