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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 191            Prague

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 cannon,  the ball hangs there now, four to five inches diameter.

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 The Hussites did much damage to the statuary and stone
work, maliciously breaking off noses ears and various projections-

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 Many holy relics were enumerated in each chapel.
From the chapels we follow a new attendance, one, higher in authority
than the last, up a narrow winding stair (Jep says 32 steps)
into the strong chamber containing the church Jewelry, trinkets,
valuables of various kinds,    many articles in solid gold and
silver inlaid with precious stones of all kinds,  many saintly relics
three or four large cupboards each having several shelves loaded with
them.    we were much interested in two cupboards where
hangs the elegant suits of the Bishops, heavily worked in gold and
silver, many of them presents from Kings and Queens.
Alltogether, the church must be very
rich.     Henry says he has never
seen so many valuable articles before
in a church.     It makes one
feel sad to see so much money is
so useless a place, withheld from
the people who so much need it-
Among the upstairs valuables
were were shown a painting said
to be more than a thousands [sic] years
old, head of Christ, a terrible
sickly affair with its long thin
visage and straggling locks.  The
photograph looks better than the painting,            [-Old Synagogue-]  

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