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Homily XI.

Chapter I.—Morning Exercises.

Therefore on the fourth day at Tripolis, Peter rising and finding us awake, saluted us and went out to the reservoir, that he might bathe and pray; and we also did so after him.  To us, therefore, when we had prayed together, and were set down before him, he gave a discourse touching the necessity of purity.  And when thereafter it was day, he permitted the multitudes to enter.  Then, when a great crowd had entered, he saluted them according to custom, and began to speak.

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