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" To an American visiting Europe, the long voyage he has to make is an excellent preparative. The temporary absence of worldly scenes and employments produces a state of mind peculiarly fitted to receive new and vivid impressions. "
Two Years' Course in English Composition - Página 40
por Charles Lane Hanson - 1912 - 377 páginas
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The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent, Volumen1

Washington Irving - 1820 - 364 páginas
...third is coming home with rich and wealthy lading. Hallo ! my fancie, whither wilt thou go ? OLD POEM. To an American visiting Europe, the long voyage he...separates the hemispheres is like a blank page in exisence. There is no gradual transition by which, as in Europe, the features and population of u4...
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The American First Class Book, Or, Exercises in Reading and Recitation

John Pierpont - 1823 - 492 páginas
...light embrace. LESSON XIX. Feelings excited by a long voyage — visit to a new continent.W. IRVING. To an American visiting Europe, the. long voyage he has to make is an excellent preparative. From the moment Lesson 19.] FIRST CLASS BOOK. 6ft you lose fight of the land you have left, all is...
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The Flowers of Literature: Consisting of Selections from History ..., Volumen1

William Oxberry - 1824 - 384 páginas
...treason.—RICIIAKD MEADOWS. Gold's 'London Magazine. FEELINGS EXCITED BY A LONG VOYAGEVISIT TO A NEW CONTINENT. To an American visiting Europe, the long voyage he has to make is an excellent preparative. From the moment you lose sight of the land you have left, all is vacancy until you step on the opposite...
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The American Manual, Or, New English Reader: Consisting of Exercises in ...

Moses Severance - 1832 - 312 páginas
...Haices, CHAPTER VIII. PROMISCUOUS PIECES. SECTION I. The incidents* of a Voyage across the Atlantic. 1. To an American visiting Europe, the long voyage he has to make is an excellent preparative. From the moment you lose sight of the land you have left, all is vacancy until you step on the opposite...
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The United States and Canada, in 1832, 1833 and 1834, Volúmenes1-2

Carl David Arfwedson - 1834 - 888 páginas
...produces a state of mind peculiarly fitted to receive new and vivid impressions. The vast space of water that separates the hemispheres is like a blank page...by which, as in Europe, the features and population of^one country blend almost imperceptibly with those of another. From the moment you lose sight of...
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The Saturday Magazine ..., Volúmenes4-5

1834 - 536 páginas
...which had hitherto crowned the British arms in the peninsula. A VOYAGE TO ENGLAND, BY AN AMERICAN. To an American visiting Europe, the long voyage he has to make is an excellent preparative. From the moment you lose sight of the land you have left, all is vacancy until you step upon the opposite...
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The United States and Canada, in 1832, 1833, and 1834, Volumen1

Carl David Arfwedson - 1834 - 452 páginas
...beautiful port. " The temporary absence of worldly scenes and employments," says Washington Irving, " produces a state of mind peculiarly fitted to receive new and vivid impressions."* It is probable, had we landed at another place at first, and only gradually been prepared for the beauties...
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The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Volumen1

Washington Irving - 1835 - 196 páginas
...third is coming home with rich and wealthy lading. Hallo ! my fancie , whither witt thou go? OLD POKH. To an American visiting Europe , the long •voyage...temporary absence of worldly scenes and employments prodnces a state of mind peculiarly fitted to receive new and vivid impressions. The vpst space of...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volumen5

1835 - 272 páginas
...which had hitherto crowned the British arms in the peninsula. A VOYAGE TO ENGLAND, BY AN AMERICAN. To an American visiting Europe, the long voyage he has to make is an excellent preparative. From the moment you lose sight of the land you have left, all is vacancy until you step upon the opposite...
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Tales of Travellers, Or, A View of the World, Volumen1,Tema 1

1838 - 534 páginas
...minutely detailing all the customs practised upon this occasion. A VOYAGE TO ENGLAND. ВY AN AMERICAN. To an American visiting Europe, the long voyage he has to make is an excellent preparative. From the moment you lose sight of the land you have left, all is vacancy until you step upon the opposite...
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