An interesting proscription is to be found in the description of a Barcelona Easter week pageant in Joseph Townsend’s A Journey Through Spain in the Years 1786 and 1787:
Those naughty Parisians kept on whipping, of course: check Ruben Dario’s amusing tabloid blast, Agencia (translated by Greg Simon on the same page as Wire Service).
- Aragon, maddest part of Spain
Mr. T. was struck with the number of lunaticks confined in the several provinces of Spain:
- Continuity in voodoo needle magic in Barcelona: 1800s Inquisition records and 1900s crime reports
Antonio Gascón Ricao: Es de sobras conocido que una de las habilidades más comunes de las brujas consiste en clavar agujas o
This is for the whistle-playing smack addict who nearly broke my eggs this morning: King Jaume II … forbade pimps, prostitutes, the
- Dutch orthopedist in Barcelona?
From an advertisement in El Socialista, September 18th 1934: Eibar, April 12th, 1934.- Señor don C. A. Boer, Orthopedist. Pelayo, 38, Barcelona.-
- Here’s looking at you, lunch
I think it’s actually a slow worm, but here’s Thomas Decker’s Honest whore anyway: Lord Hippolito. Scarce can I read the stories