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“Krap [going to the window]: The procession is just coming through your garden gate,”
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“The procession would then counter-march to the center of the town, right at the crossroads, and turning east, around the Cruikshank store, proceed as far as Back Street gate.”
“The procession was opened by twenty-four pages habited in cloth of silver, each attended by two torch-bearers; these were followed by twelve Syrens playing on hautboys, who were in their turn succeeded by a pyramid whose summit was crowned by a gigantic figure of Neptune, surrounded by water-gods and marine divinities and insignia of every description.”
“The procession entered the Firth of Forth and by noon, the German ships were anchored under the guns of the Inchkeith fortifications.”
“The procession then closed with a long tail of Arabs,”
“The procession started from the Church of Saint-Philippe-du-Roule, to which the coffin had been transported beforehand.”
“The procession moved northwestward over the excellent Cathran highroads.”
“The procession was met at the door of the chapel by Archbishop Hamilton and the bishops of Dunkeld and Dunblane, and then it proceeded slowly to the altar, where the great font was placed with all solemnity upon its waiting stand and filled with holy water.”
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