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Pseudo-Clementine Literature.: Chapter I
p. 268 Homily VII.
Chapter I.—Peter Addresses the People.
And on the fourth day of our stay in Tyre, 1080 Peter went out about daybreak, and there met him not a few of the dwellers round about, with very many of the inhabitants of Tyre itself, who cried out, and said, “God through you have mercy upon us, God through you heal us!” And Peter stood on a high stone, that all might see him; and having greeted them in a godly manner, thus began:—
[The historical details of this Homily also have no parallel in the Recognitions.—R.]
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