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" The thoughts and feelings of Columbus in this little space of time must have been tumultuous and intense. At length, in spite of every difficulty and danger, he had accomplished his object. The great mystery of the ocean was revealed ; his theory, which... "
The Extractor; or Universal repertorium of literature, science, and arts ... - Page 189
1829
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A History of the United States of America: From the Discovery of the ...

Charles Augustus Goodrich - United States - 1833 - 540 pages
...Columbus, in this little space of time, must have been tumultuous and intense. At length, in spite of every difficulty and danger, he had accomplished...was revealed ; his theory, which had been the scoff even of sages, was triumphantly established ; he had secured to himself a glory, which must be as durable...
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A History of the United States of America: From the Discovery of the ...

Charles Augustus Goodrich - United States - 1833 - 540 pages
...of time, must have been tumultuous and intense. At length, in spite of every difficulty and dnnger, he had accomplished his object. The great mystery...was revealed ; his theory, which had been the scoff even of sages, was triumphantly established ; he had secured to himself a glory, which must be as durable...
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Spain yesterday and to-day. By the Author of “Portugal,” etc

Spain - 1834 - 276 pages
...tumultuous and intense. In spite of every difficulty and danger, he had succeeded in his enterprise. The theory, which had been the scoff of sages, was triumphantly...which must be as durable as the world itself. " It was on the morning of Friday, the 12th of October, 1492, that Columbus first beheld the new world....
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Tales of Travellers, Or, A View of the World, Volume 1, Issue 1

Voyages and travels - 1838
...Columbus, in this little space of time, must have been tumultuous and intense. At length, in spite of every difficulty and danger, he had accomplished...ocean was revealed. His theory, which had been the sneer of fools, and the scoff of sages, was triumphantly established. He had secured to himself a glory...
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Delineations of Scripture characters

mrs. Frederick Montgomerie - 1839
...of Columbus in this little space of time must have been tumultuous and intense. At length, in spite of every difficulty and danger, he had accomplished...glory which must be as durable as the world itself. — Life of Columbus, by Irving. I driven to and fro by many an adverse current, for you are trying...
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The Teacher Taught: Or, the Principles and Modes of Teaching

Emerson Davis - Teaching - 1839 - 79 pages
...&c., possess a faculty not given to those of other species, namely, of closing the pupil entirely. It is difficult even for the imagination to conceive the feelings of such a man, at {he moment of so sublime a discovery. What a bewildering crowd of conjectures must have thronged upon...
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History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus, Volume 1

Washington Irving - 1841
...his object. The great mystery of the ocean was revealed ; his theory, which had been the scoff even of sages, was triumphantly established ; he had secured...even for the imagination to conceive the feelings ot such a man, at the moment of so sublime a discovery. What a bewildering crowd of conjectures must...
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Eclectic Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volume 2

John Holmes Agnew - 1843
...feelings of Columbus in ' little snacv of time must have Wen tumultuous anil intense. At lengtn, in spite of every difficulty and danger, he had accomplished his object. The great mystery of tbe ocean wns revealed ; his theory, which had been the scoff of sages, was ' imphantlyost-ihlishcd...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 2

1843
...voices on ihe silent air, Went o'er ihe waves in songs of gladness there ! Vol.. II. No. III. 19 ject. The great mystery of the ocean was revealed ; his theory, which had been the aeon of sagoft, WBB triumphantly established ; lie had secured to himself a glory which miut be u durable...
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Contributions to the Edinburgh Review

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - Edinburgh review (1802) - 1846 - 762 pages
...of Columbus in this little space of lime must have been tumultuous and intense. At length, in spite of every difficulty and danger, he had accomplished...scoff of sages, was triumphantly established ; he had securea to himself a glory which must be as durable as the world itself. " It is difficult even for...
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