Chapter 1 Three Days in the Temple

Whoever specially cared to have a ticket in advance could do so for a small tax, as thereby he would be examined sooner; but those who paid no tax had to be the last, generally; no great care was taken about their examination, and usually they received no certificate. These were of course promised to them for a later date, but generally nothing resulted from these promises. – Three Days in the Temple, Chapter 1, Paragraph 10

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