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Howells `took the seven o'clock train [from Naples], which leaves the Nineteenth Century for the first cycle of the Christian Era'; Manning exclaimed: `It is with a strange feeling that one goes to the railway-station and asks for a return ticket to a city which was in its glory when our Lord was yet upon earth, which passed out of existence when the Apostle John was yet living, and which is now being disentombed after an interment of eighteen hundred years.'