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" Rome : a modest smile lighted up his features, showing that he enjoyed the state and glory in which he came ; and certainly nothing could be more deeply moving to a mind inflamed by noble ambition, and conscious of having greatly deserved, than these... "
Contributions to the Edinburgh Review - Pagina 702
door Francis Jeffrey - 1846
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The Fifth Reader

1905 - 468 pagina’s
...having greatly deserved them, than these testimonials of the admiration and gratitude of a nation. As Columbus approached the sovereigns rose, as if...person of the highest rank. Bending his knees, he offered to kiss their hands ; but there was some hesitation on their part to permit this act of homage....
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Type Lessons for Primary Teachers in the Study of Nature, Literature and Art

Anna E. McGovern - 1905 - 315 pagina’s
...enjoyed the state and glory in which he came; and certainly nothing could be more deeply moving to a mind inflamed by noble ambition, and conscious of having greatly deserved, than these testimonials of admiration and gratitude of a nation, or rather of a world. As Columbus approached, the sovereigns...
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The Works of Washington Irving: Columbus

Washington Irving - 1907
...the state and glory in which he came;* and certainly nothing could be more deeply moving to a mind inflamed by noble ambition, and conscious of having greatly deserved, than these testimonials of tlm admi* Las Casas, Hist. Ind., lib. i. cap. 78, MS. ration and gratitude of a nation, or rather of...
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THE REAL AMERICA IN ROMANCE

JOHN R. MUSICK - 1907
...that he enjoyed the state and glory in which he came. What could be more deeply moving to a mind fired by noble ambition and conscious of having greatly deserved, than these testimonials of admiration and gratitude from a nation— rather, from a world, for was not the whole civilized world...
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The Real America in Romance: With Reading Courses, Being a ..., Volume 1

John Roy Musick, Edwin Markham, Scott Robinson - 1908
...that he enjoyed the state and glory in which he came. What could be more deeply moving to a mind fired by noble ambition and conscious of having greatly deserved, than these testimonials of admiration and gratitude from a nation— rather, from a world, for was not the whole civilized workl...
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Sadlier's Excelsior Studies in the History of the United States, for Schools

Teacher of history - 1910 - 445 pagina’s
...Indies towards the close of the year 1493 ; and, on * As ColmnbuH approached, the sovereigns arose, as If receiving a person of the highest rank. Bending his knees, he offered to kiss their hands ; bat there was Ťome hesitation on their part to permit this act of homage....
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Story Hour Readings: Eighth Year

Ernest Clark Hartwell - 1921 - 432 pagina’s
...the state 25 and glory in which he came; and certainly nothing could be more deeply moving to a mind inflamed by noble ambition and conscious of having...nation, or rather of a world. As Columbus approached, majesties to permit this act of vassalage. Raising him in the most gracious manner, they ordered him...
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The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus, Volume 1

Washington Irving - 2013 - 496 pagina’s
...the state and glory iu which he came ; * and certainly nothing could be more deeply moving to a mind inflamed by noble ambition, and conscious of having...person of the highest rank. Bending his knees, he offered to kiss their hands ; but there was some hesitation on their part to permit this act of 1 Las...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volume 13

Robert Walsh, John Jay Smith - 1828
...and glory in which lie came; and certainly nothing could be mure deeply moving to a mind influinad by noble ambition, and conscious of having greatly...and gratitude of a nation, or rather of a world. As Columbas approached, the sovereigns rose, as if receiving a person of the highest rank. Bending his...
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Werner's Magazine: A Magazine of Expression, Volume 24

1900
...had conferred so incalculable a benefit upon th,e nation. "At length Columbus entered the hall. As he approached, the sovereigns rose, as if receiving a person of the highest rank. Bending his knees he offered to kiss their hand. Raising him in the most gracious manner, they ordered him to seat himself...
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