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" The thoughts and feelings of Columbus in this little space of time must have been tumultuous and intense. At length, in spite of every difficulty and danger, he had accomplished his object. The great mystery of the ocean was revealed ; his theory, which... "
The Extractor; or Universal repertorium of literature, science, and arts ... - Page 185
1829
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 48

1828
...of Columbus in this little space of time must have been tumultuous and intense. At length, in spite of every difficulty and danger, he had accomplished...even for the imagination to conceive the feelings of -IK-II a man at the moment of so sublime a discovery. What a bewildering crowd of conjectures must...
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A History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus, Volume 1

Washington Irving - America - 1828 - 472 pages
...in spite of every difficulty and danger, he had accomplished his object. 234 THE VOYAGE. [Book III. The great mystery of the ocean was revealed; his theory,...the imagination to conceive the feelings of such a UKUI, at the moment of so sublime a discovery. What a bewildering crowd of conjectures must have thronged...
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The London Magazine, Volume 10

1828
...of Columbus in this little space of time must have been tumultuous and intense. At length, in spite of every difficulty and danger, he had accomplished...revealed ; his theory, which had been the scoff of sa^es, was triumphantly established ; he had secured to himself a glory which must be as durable as...
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A History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus, Volume 1

Washington Irving - America - 1828 - 490 pages
...time must have been tumultuous and intense. At length, in spite of every difficulty and danger, he bad accomplished his object. The great mystery of the...revealed; his theory, which had been the scoff of sages, was.triumphantly established; he bad secured to himself a glory whicl» must be as durable as the world...
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The London Magazine

English literature - 1828
...object. The great mystery of the ocean was revealed; his theory, which had been the scoff of sa^es, was triumphantly established ; he had secured to himself...glory which must be as durable as the world itself." — Vol i. pp. 231— 234. The newly discovered laud turned out to be one of the smaller islands of...
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The Literary Gazette: A Weekly Journal of Literature, Science ..., Volume 12

William Jerdan, William Ring Workman, Frederick Arnold, John Morley, Charles Wycliffe Goodwin - 1828
...hem tumultuous and intense. At length, in ipite of every difficulty and danger, he had acrompu'shed his object. The great mystery of the ocean was revealed ; his theory, which had t*en the scoff of sages, was triumphantly established; he had secured to himself a glory which matt...
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Southern Review, Volume 2

1828
...accomplished his object. The great mystery of the ocean was revealed. His theory which had been the scoff even of sages, was triumphantly established. He had secured to himself a glory which must he as durable as the world itself. " It is difficult even for the imagination to conceive the feelings...
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The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus

Washington Irving - America - 1829 - 311 pages
...of Columbus in this little space of time must have been tumultuous and intense. At length, in spite of every difficulty and danger, he had accomplished his object. The great mystery of the oceau was revealed ; his theory, which had been the scoff of sages, was triumphantly established ;...
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The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment, Volume 5

1830
...object. The great mystery of (he ocean was revealed ; his theory, which had been the scoff of tas.es, was triumphantly established ; he had secured to himself...imagination to conceive the feelings of such a man, it the moment of so sublime a discovery. What a bewildering crowd of conjectures must have thronged...
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The Eclectic Reader: Designed for Schools and Academies

Bela Bates Edwards - Readers - 1832 - 324 pages
...Columbus, in this little space of time, must have been tumultuous and intense. At length, in spite of every difficulty and danger, he had accomplished...was revealed ; his theory, which had been the scoff even of sages, was triumphantly established ; he had secured to himself a glory which must be as durable...
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