The honorable men had taken their place in the church, always the same seat to each…

By: juanrico

Nov 23 2012

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As it was a common usage in the chapel since the old gray-haired preiest started his office in the first year of the Monarch Restauration.The mayor’s seat was at the main altar to the right, so he could show up his mayor’s stick holding it in his right hand for any who dobted about his power and authority; next to D. Alfred used to take seat the secretary, always moving his tiny lively eyes as if they wanted to list down the truants, – coming to church was not a must but it seemed to be like at that time; in two seats across the main altar in front of the mayor’s, D. Hermogenes occupied his, always turning his head to the right looking for the empty seats as if he wanted to take down notes of the number of medical dates ahead after the rosary…

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