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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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Type Lessons for Primary Teachers in the Study of Nature, Literature and Art

Anna E. McGovern - Nature study - 1905 - 315 pages
...these trophies of an unknown world, or on the remakable man by whom it had been discovered. There was sublimity in this event that mingled a solemn feeling...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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The United States of America: A Pictorial History of the American ..., Volume 1

United States - 1909
...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...There was a sublimity in this event that mingled a solemc feeling with the public joy. It was looked upon as a vast and signal manifestation of Providence...
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THE REAL AMERICA IN ROMANCE

JOHN R. MUSICK - 1907
...be sated with gazing on these trophies of an unknown world and 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 which had been formed of him, as a young and reckless rover,...
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The Real America in Romance: With Reading Courses, Being a ..., Volume 1

John Roy Musick - United States - 1908
...be sated with gazing on these trophies of an unknown world and 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 which had been formed of him, as a young and reckless rover,...
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The Historians' History of the World: A Comprehensive Narrative ..., Volume 22

Henry Smith Williams - World history - 1909
...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...upon as a vast and signal dispensation of Providence hi reward for the piety of the monarchs; and the majestic and venerable appearance of the discoverer,...
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The United States of America: A Pictorial History of the American ..., Volume 1

United States - 1909
...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...public joy. It was looked upon as a vast and signal manifestation of Providence in reward for the piety of the monarchs ; and the majestic and venerable...
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Story Hour Readings: Eighth year

Ernest Clark Hartwell - Readers - 1921 - 432 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...upon as a vast and signal dispensation of Providence 5 in reward for the piety of the monarchs; and the majestic and venerable appearance of the discoverer,...
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The Trans-Mississippi West (1803-1853): A History of Its Acquisition and ...

Cardinal Goodwin - United States - 1922 - 528 pages
...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 iii this event, that mingled a solemn feeling with the public joy. It was looked upon as...
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Educational Foundations: A Text Book for the Professional Teacher, Volume 24

Education - 1912
...remarkable man by whom it had been discovered. There was a (80) sublimity in this event that (81)mingled a solemn feeling with the public joy. It was looked upon as a vast and (82)signal (83)dispensation of (84)Providence in (85)reward for the (86)piety of the (87)monarchs,...
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The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus, Volume 1

Washington Irving - Travel - 2013 - 496 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 monarehs ; and the majestic and venerable appearance of the discoverer, so different from the youth...
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