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" ... by a brilliant cavalcade of Spanish chivalry. The streets were almost impassable from the countless multitude ; the windows and balconies were crowded with the fair ; the very roofs were covered with spectators. It seemed as if the public eye could... "
The Extractor; or Universal repertorium of literature, science, and arts ... - Page 192
1829
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Comstock's Elocution, Enlarged: A System of Vocal Gymnastics Designed for ...

Andrew Comstock, Philip Lawrence - Elocution - 1808 - 314 pages
...be sated | with gazing on these trophies of an • Hidal'go, (Spanish) a noble roan or woman. known world, \ or on the remarkable man by whom it had been discovered, i There was a sublimity in this event, | that mingled a solemn feeling with the public joy. | It was...
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The life and voyages of Columbus

Washington Irving - America - 1869
...spectators.' It seemed as if the public eye could not be sated with gazing on these trophies of au un known world ; or on the remarkable man by whom it had been...discoverer, so different from the youth and buoyancy generally expected from roving enterprise, seemed in harmony with the grandeur and dignity of his achievement....
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Works of Washington Irving: Columbus

Washington Irving - 1870
...an un cnown world; or on the remarkable man bj ilium it had been discovered. There was a Jublimity in this event that mingled a solemn feeling with the...discoverer, so different from the youth and buoyancy generally expected from roving enterprise, seemed in harmony with the grandeur and dignity of his achievement....
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The Young scholar, Volume 1

1872
...spectators ; it seemed as if the public eye could not be sated with gazing at these trophies of an unknown world, or on the remarkable man by whom it...mingled a solemn feeling with the public joy. It was considered a signal dispensation of Providence in reward for the piety of the sovereigns ; and the...
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The model elocutionist, by A. Comstock and J.A. Mair

Andrew Comstock - 1874
...spectators. | It seemed, as if the public eye could not be sated | with gazing on these trophies of an unknown world, | or on the remarkable man by whom...had been discovered. | There was a sublimity in this eveni, | thai mingled a solemn feeling with the public joy. | It was looked upon as a vast and signal...
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A History of the Character and Achievements of the So-called Christopher ...

Aaron Goodrich - America - 1874 - 403 pages
...with spectators. : It seemed as if the public eye could not be sated with gazing on the trophies of an unknown world, or on 'the remarkable man by whom it had been discovered. There was a solemnity in this event, that mingled a solemn feeling with the public joy. It was looked upon as a...
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Materials and Models for Greek Prose Composition

Greek language - 1878 - 295 pages
...with spectators. It seemed as if the public eye could not be sated with gazing on these trophies of an unknown world, or on the remarkable man by whom it had been discovered. Appian, Hist. Rom. viii. 66. r I ^HE beginning of nations, those excepted of whom sacred -L books have...
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Warren's Reading Selection

M. Josephine Warren - Readers and speakers - 1879 - 408 pages
...with spectators. It seemed as if the public eye could not be sated with gazing on these trophies of an unknown world, or on the remarkable man by whom it had been discovered. a solemn feeling with the public joy. It was looked upon as a vast and signal dispensation of Providence...
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Complete Works, Volume 3

Washington Irving - 1882
...with spectators. It seemed as if the public eye could not be sated with gazing on these trophies of an unknown world ; or on the remarkable man by whom it...discoverer, so different from the youth and buoyancy generally expected from roving enterprise, seemed in harmony with the grandeur and dignity of his achievement....
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Life and Works of Washington Irving

Washington Irving - West (U.S.) - 1883
...with spectators. It seemed as if the public eve could not be sated with gazing on these trophies of an unknown world ; or on the remarkable man by whom it...discoverer, so different from the youth and buoyancy generally expected from roving enterprise, seemed in harmony with the grandeur and dignity of his achievement....
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