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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 Genoa 524

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 and all of them very small, about the size of a good closet, their best goods run out as conspicuously as possible in the single narrow window

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 Adjoining the Hotel de France is the Bourse or exchange and the little opening or paved court is crowded all the day long with men of every condition and apparently having nothing to do, come to see what is going on. Mixed with the gentlemen are loafers, beggars, lazaroni having among them the hardest faces and deformities that I ever saw together-

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 We drove up the hills, zigzag, out through the city gate in the strongly fortified walls, where several soldiers were guarding up a narrow valley to the city cemetery or Campo Santo a mile from the city walls- It will be exceedingly attractive when the fourth side is finished. These buildings surrounding a large square are a series of halls, arcades, +c filled on each side with vaults, and the spaces between the columns filled with good statuary and monuments. The pavements on which we walk are large slabs each one being the cover to a vault. In fact the whole structure is in marble of fine architectural proportions hansomely ornamented- The open ground between is filled with the cheap slabs of the common people. Many of them had a lamp hanging on each side of the slab upon a stick a yard high, to light the souls

5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 [-Campo Santo- ]

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