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The Chicago Manual of Style suggests the use of an ellipsis for any omitted word, phrase, line, or paragraph from within a quoted passage. There are two commonly used methods of using ellipses: one uses three dots for any omission, while the second one makes a distinction between omissions within a sentence (using three dots: . . .) and omissions between sentences (using a period and a space followed by three dots: . ...). An ellipsis at the end of a sentence with no sentence following should be preceded by a period (for a total of four dots).
the quote itself was taken off of the original drawing for the mausoleum.... it was originally supposed to House the Darwin Families corpses but Mr Darwin bankrupted and the tomb wasnt built until 2004
GOOD FREND FOR JESVS SAKE FORBEARE,
TO DIGG THE DVST ENCLOASED HEARE!
BLESTE BE YE MAN YT SPARES THES STONES,
AND CVRST BE HE YT MOVES MY BONES
BENEATH YE CLOSE FIND MARLOVES VERSE,
NEAR SHAKESPEARES DVSTY BONES,
O YT BRAGGART JESTE OF GODD BE CVRSD!
HE YTS ENTOMBED OF THESE STONES.