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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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The life and voyages of Christopher Columbus; to which are added ..., Volume 1

Washington Irving - 1885
...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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Half-hours with the Best American Authors, Volume 4

American literature - 1886
...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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Stories of Other Lands

Children - 1888 - 232 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...was looked upon as a vast and signal dispensation of Provi dence in reward for the piety of the monarchs; and the majestic and venerable appearance of the...
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Columbia: A Story of the Discovery of America

John Roy Musick - Bacon's Rebellion, 1676 - 1891 - 345 pages
...be sated with gazing on these trophies of an. unknown world ; on the remarkable man by whom it was discovered. There was a sublimity in this event that...majestic and venerable appearance of the discoverer, in contradistinction to the general idea of the young and reckless rover which had been formed of him,...
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Thomas Psycho-physical Culture

Julia Thomas, Annie Gregory Thomas - Physical education and training - 1892 - 254 pages
...were almost impassable, the very roofs being covered with spectators. The event was looked upon as a signal dispensation of Providence in reward for the piety of the monarchs, and hence there was a sublimity in it that mingled a solemn feeling with the public joy. 7. To receive...
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Columbian Historical Novels, Volume 1

John Roy Musick - 1895
...not be sated with gazing on these trophies of an unknown world ; on the remarkable man by whom it was discovered. There was a sublimity in this event that...majestic and venerable appearance of the discoverer, in contradistinction to the general idea of the young and reckless rover which had been formed of him,...
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Hazen's Primer and First-[fifth] Reader, Book 5

Marshman William Hazen - Readers - 1896
...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. buoyancy generally expected from roving enterprise, seemed in harmony with the grandeur and dignity...
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Famous Authors and the Best Literature of England and America ...: Together ...

William Wilfred Birdsall, Rufus Matthew Jones - American literature - 1897 - 544 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...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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School Reading by Grades: First[-eighth] Year, Book 6

James Baldwin - Children's poetry - 1897
...spectators. It seemed as if the public eye could not be 15 sated with gazing on these trophies of an unknown world, or on the remarkable man by whom it...vast and signal dispensation of Providence in reward 20 for the piety of the monarchs; and the majestic and venerable appearance of the discoverer, so different...
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School Reading by Grades: Sixth Year

James Baldwin - Readers - 1897 - 240 pages
...spectators. It seemed as if the public eye could not be 15 sated with gazing on these trophies of an unknown world, or on the remarkable man by whom it...vast and signal dispensation of Providence in reward 20 for the piety of the monarchs; and the majestic and venerable appearance of the discoverer, so different...
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