The Innocents Abroad, Or, The New Pilgrims' Progress: Being Some Account of the Steamship Quaker City's Pleasure Excursion to Europe and the Holy Land : with Descriptions of Countries, Nations, Incidents, and Adventures as They Appeared to the Author

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American Publishing Company [and 5 others], 1869 - 651 pagina's
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Inhoudsopgave

THIRTY MINUTES FOR DINNER FRANOR
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THE OLD TRAVELLER
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A DECIDED SIIAVE
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A GASTLY SUBSTITUTE
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J Clutches of a Paris GuidoThe International ExpositionFine Military ReviewGlimpse of the Emperor Napoleon and the Sultan of Turkey
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THE THREE GUIDES
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Zx SILK MAGAZIN
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RETURN IN WAR LAINT
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NAPOLEON III
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THE MORGUE 182
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WE TOOK A WALK 185
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The Can Can 186
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Gratis OF ADELARD AND HELOIBE
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A PAIR or CANONS or 13T1 CENTURY
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Tule PRIVATE MARRIAGE
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AMERICAN DRINKS
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ROYAL HONORS TO A YANKEE
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THE GRISETTE
151
FOUNTAIN AT VERSAILLES
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WOMEN OF GENOA
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PETRIFIED LACKEY
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PRIEST AND FRIAR
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STATUE OP COLUMBUS
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GRAVES OF SIXTY THOUSAND
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CHAPTER XVIII
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ROOF AND SPIRES OF CATHEDRAL AT MILAN Full Page FACE PAGE
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OF CATIIKDRAL AT MILAN
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Bosioon8 EXPERIENCE
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TREASURFS OP TILK CATHEDRAL
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OS CATIIEDRAL AT MILAN
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LA SCALA THEATRE
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CoryING FROM OLD MASTERS
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FACIAL EXPRESSION
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THE ECHO
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NOTE BOOK
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A K188 FOR A FRANO
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CHAPTER XX
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Tue FUMIGATION
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LAKK Como
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GARDEN LAKE COMO FULL PAGE FACE PAGE
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Social DRIVER
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WAYSIDE SURINE
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PEACE AND IIAPPINF88
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CASTLE OF COUNT LUIGI
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THE WICKED BROTHER
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DISGUSTED GONDOLIER
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CATHEDRAL OF ST MARK
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THE PEG
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GOODBY
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MSIKUR GORRDONG 234
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MONUMENT TO TIIE Doge 286
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ST JEROME BY TIIE OLD MASTERS
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RIALTO BRIDGE
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FLORENCK
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THE PENSIONER
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I WANT TO Go IIOME
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The LEANING Tower
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J A Good Word for the PriestsCivita Vecchia the DismalOff
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THE CONTRAST
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ITALIAN PASTIMES
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INCENDIARY DOCUMENT
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CHAPTER XXVI
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A ROMAN OF 1869
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99 MANERTINE PRISON
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OLD Ronan
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COLISEUM OF ANCIENT Home
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CHAPTER XXVII
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NOT COMPLAIX
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UNBOLDT lIouse
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DAN 258
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ST SEBASTIAN BY THE OLD MASTERA
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PENMANSHIP
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107 On A Bust
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VAULTS OF TILE CONTENT
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DRIED CONVENT FEMTs 802
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AT THE STORE i 803
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SOOTHING TUR PILGRIMS 809
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VESUVIUS AND BAY OF NAPLES FULL Page FACE PAGE 823
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FORUM OF JUBTICE POMkul 830
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View or THE ACROPOLIS LOOKING WEST 841
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TaiL PIECE Ruins 853
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STREET SCENE IN CONSTANTINOILE FULL PAGE FACE PAGE
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Modern GreeceFallen GreatnessSailing Through the Archipelago and
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Goosk RANCHER 860
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TE CENSOR ON DUTY 874
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Turkish Bath 878
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FarAWAYMoses 892
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CHAPTER XL
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152 DCIFTING TO STARBOARD
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A SPOILED Nar
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ANCIENT AMPINTIIEATRE AT EPHESUS
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MODERN AMITTILBATRE AT Ernests
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Ruins OF EPIESUS
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THE JOURNEY
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GRAVES or Tire SEVEN SLkerers
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THE SELECTION
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CAMPING OUT 486
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TAIL PIECE ARABS TENTS 487
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Jacksonville in the Mountains of LebanonBreakfasting above a Grand
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163 INTERESTING FÅTE
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SUNDAY School GRAPKA
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An Old Fody
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RACE WITIL A CAMEL
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TEMPLE OF THE Sux
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Ruins or BAALBEC
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EWN STONES IN QUARRY
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MERCY
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PATRON SAINT
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Extracts from NoteBookMahomets Paradise and the BiblesBeautiful
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WATER CARRIER
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VIEW OF DAMASCUR FULL PAGE FACE PAGE
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STREET Cars or DAMASCUS
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FULL DRESSED TOURIST
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IMPROMPTU llospitaL
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The IIORSR BAALBEC
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OAK OF BASILAN
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DANGEROUS ARAB
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GRINES ON TILE WARPATII
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11 TailPIECEBEDOUIN CAMP
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Ilome OF ANCIENT Povr
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JACK
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A DisarrOINTED AUDIENCE
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FigTIEE
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FARE TOO JIngu
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CHAPTER XLVIII
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Syrian Ilouse
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TIBERIAS AND SEA OF GALILEE
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The Ancient BathsYe ApparitionA Distinguished PanoramaThe Last
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Tue GUARD 616
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TAILPIECEGATHERING FUEL
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Toward NazarethBitten By a CamelGrotto of the Annunciation Nazareth
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FOUNTAIN OF THE VIRGIN
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MADONNALIKE BEAUTY 631
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PUTNAM OUTDONE 033
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The BASTINADO
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CHAPTER LI
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I WENT 197 WANT OF DIONITY 133
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Ax ORIENTAL WELL
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ARABS SALUTING
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FREE SONS OF THE DESERT 646
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A Curious Remnant of the Past ShechemThe Oldest First Family
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SIECIIEM 652
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CHAPTER LIII
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BEGGARS IN JERUSALEM 659
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CHURCH OY Tue IIOLY SEPULCHRE
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GRAVE OF ADAM
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VIEW OF JERUSALEM FULL Page PACK PAGE
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Tue WANDERING JEW
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MOSQUE OR OMAB
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CHAPTER LV
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AN EPIDEMIO
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CHARGE ON BEDOUINS 690
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CHAPTER LVI
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DEAD SRA 694
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REAR ELEVATION OF JACK
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STREET IN ALEXANDRIA
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VICEROY OF EGYPT
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EASTERN MONARCH
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Moses S BEACH
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Room No 15
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CHAPTER LVIII
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Tue NILONETER
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ASCENT OF Tax PYRAMIDS
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Ilicu IOPES FRUSTRATED
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Kings CHAMBER IN THE PYRAMID FULL PAGE FACE PAQE
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A POWERPUL ARGUMENT
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PYRAMIDS AND SPuynx FULL PAGE PACE PAGE
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TUE RELIO ILUNTER
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TIE MAMELUKES LEAP
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WOULD NOT Be COMPORTED
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TaiL PIECE TAE TRAVELER
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LIOMEWARD BOUND
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BAD COFFEE
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Pagina 530 - And they went to bury her : but they found no more of her than the skull, and the feet, and the palms of her hands.
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Pagina 549 - ... through Holy Land. Noble old man — he did not live to see me — he did not live to see his child. And I — I — alas, I did not live to see him. Weighed down by sorrow and disappointment, he died before I was born — six thousand brief summers before I was born. But let us try to bear it with fortitude. Let us trust that he is better off where he is. Let us take comfort in the thought that his loss is our eternal gain.
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Pagina 549 - The tomb of Adam! How touching it was, here in a land of strangers, far away from home, and friends, and all who cared for me, thus to discover the grave of a blood relation. True, a distant one, but still a relation. The unerring instinct of nature thrilled its recognition. The fountain of my filial affection was stirred to its profoundest depths, and I gave way to tumultuous emotion.
Pagina 524 - Now when he came nigh to the gate of the city, behold, there was a dead man carried out, the only son of his mother, and she was a widow; and much people of the city was with her. And when the Lord saw her, he had compassion on her, and said unto her, "Weep not." And he came and touched the bier, and they that bare him stood still. And he said, "Young man, I say unto thee, Arise." And he that was dead sat up, and began to speak. And he delivered him to his mother.

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