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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 Progressive Course in Reading: First[-fifth] Book...

George I. Aldrich, Alexander Forbes - Readers - 1900
...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...that mingled a solemn feeling with the public joy. 11. To receive him with suitable pomp and distinction, the sovereigns had ordered their throne to be...
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The School Speaker and Reader

William De Witt Hyde - Books and reading - 1900 - 474 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. To receive him with suitable pomp and distinction, the sovereigns had ordered their throne to be placed...
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Graded Literature Readers: Fifth book

Harry Pratt Judson, Ida Catherine Bender - Readers - 1900 - 259 pages
...spectators. It seemed as if the public eye could not 10 be sated with gazing on these trophies of an unknown world, or on the remarkable man by whom it had been discovered I. Bnav'I ty (swaV) ; pleasantness ; softness. Martin Alonzo Pin zon' (pen thon j ("1441-1493) : a...
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The Jones Fifth Reader

Lewis Henry Jones - Readers - 1903 - 496 pages
...spectators. It seemed as if the public eye could not be sated with gazing on these 10 trophies of an unknown world, or on the remarkable man by whom it...for the piety of the monarchs ; and the majestic and venn erable appearance of the discoverer, so different from the youth and buoyancy generally expected...
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The Historians' History of the World: The British colonies, The United ...

Henry Smith Williams - World History - 1904
...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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The Sprague Classic Readers: Book 1-5, Book 5, Part 2

Sarah E. Sprague - Readers - 1904
...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...for the piety of the monarchs; and the majestic and the venerable appearance of the discoverer, so different from the youth and buoyancy generally expected...
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Jones Readers by Grades, Volume 7

Lewis Henry Jones - Readers - 1904
...spectators. It seemed as if the public eye could not be sated with gazing on these 10 trophies of an unknown world, or on the remarkable man by whom it...for the piety of the monarchs; and the majestic and ven5 erable appearance of the discoverer, so different from the youth and buoyancy generally expected...
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The Jones Readers by Grades: Book one-[eight], Book 7

Lewis Henry Jones - Readers - 1904
...spectators. It seemed as if the public eye could not be sated with gazing on these 10 trophies of an unknown world, or on the remarkable man by whom it...for the piety of the monarchs ; and the majestic and ven5 erable appearance of the discoverer, so different from the youth and buoyancy generally expected...
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The Jones Readers by Grades: Book one-[eight], Book 7

Lewis Henry Jones - Readers - 1904
...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. 10 173 There was a sublimity in this event that mingled a solemn feeling with the public joy. It was...
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The Fifth Reader

Readers, American - 1905 - 468 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...dispensation of Providence in reward for the piety of the mouarchs, and the majestic and venerable appearance of the discoverer, so different from the youth...
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