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Purgatorio Canto 8 ’T now the hour that turneth back desire In those who sail the sea, and melts the heart, The day they’ve said to their sweet friends farewell, WAS And the new pilgrim penetrates with love, 89 If he doth hear from far away a bell That seemeth to deplore the dying day, When I began to make of no avail My hearing, and to watch one of the souls Uprisen, that begged attention with its hand. ” “Te lucis ante” so devoutly issued Forth from its mouth, and with such dulcet notes, It made me issue forth from my own mind.

88 The city of Alessandria is in Piedmont, between the Tanaro and the Bormida, and not far from their junction. It was built by the Lombard League, to protect the country against the Emperor Frederick, and named in honour of Pope Alexander the Third, a protector of the Guelphs. It is said to have been built in a single year, and was called in derision, by tile Ghibellines, Alessandria della Paglia (of the Straw); either from the straw used in the bricks, or more probably from the supposed insecurity of a city built in so short a space of time.

Well mayst thou contented be With this digression, which concerns thee not, Thanks to thy people who such forethought take! 4. The two noble families of Verona, the Montagues and Capulets, whose quarrels have been made familiar to the English-speaking world by Romeo and Juliet. 67 Families of Orvieto. 68 Santafiore is in the neighbourhood of Siena, and much infested with banditti. 69 Not the great Roman general who took Syracuse, after Archimedes had defended it so long with his engines and burning-glasses, but a descendant of his, who in the civil wars took part with Pompey and was banished by Caesar.

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