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" Thursday, preceded by sounds like the rolling of heavy artillery over pavements, and like distant thunder. The people were a little alarmed in consequence of this phenomenon, but it did not prevent them from meeting in the churches to celebrate the solemnities... "
Guatemala: the Land of the Quetzal: A Sketch - Page 368
by William Tufts Brigham - 1887 - 453 lehte
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Notes on Central America

E. G. Squier - 1855
...and beautiful capital was made a heap of ruins. Movements of the earth were felt on the morning of Holy Thursday, preceded by sounds like the rolling...hours of the evening nothing unusual occurred, but at half past nine a severe shock of an earthquake, occurring without the usual preliminary noises, alarmed...
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Notes on Central America: Particularly the States of Honduras and San ...

Ephraim George Squier - 1855 - 397 lehte
...and beautiful capital was made a heap of ruins. Movements of the earth were felt on the morning of Holy Thursday, preceded by sounds like the rolling...hours of the evening nothing unusual occurred, but at half past nine a severe shock of an earthquake, occurring without the usual preliminary noises, alarmed...
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Notes on Central America; particularly the states of Honduras and ..., 35. köide

Ephraim George Squier - 1855 - 397 lehte
...and beautiful capital was made a heap of ruins. Movements of the earth were felt on the morning of Holy Thursday, preceded by sounds like the rolling...hours of the evening nothing unusual occurred, but at half past nine a severe shock of an earthquake, occurring without the usual preliminary noises, alarmed...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, 96. köide

Edmund Burke - 1855
...of the day. On Saturday all was quiet, and confidence was restored. The people of the neighbourhood assembled, as usual, to celebrate the Passover. The...evening nothing unusual occurred, but at half-past 9 o'clock a severe shock of an earthquake, occurring without the usual preliminary noises, alarmed...
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The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art, 1. number

1856
...of the day. On Saturday all was quiet, and confidence was restored. The people of the neighhorhood assembled as usual to celebrate the Passover. The night of Saturday was tranquil, as was aleo the whole of Sunday. The heat, it is true, was considerable, but the atmosphere was calm and serene....
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Pictures of travel in far-off lands. Central America

Pictures - 1871
...of the day. On Saturday all was quiet, and confidence was restored. The people of the neighbourhood assembled as usual to celebrate the Passover. The...tranquil, as was also the whole of Sunday. The heat, it is DETAILS OF THE CATASTROPHE. 93 true, was considerable, but the atmosphere was calm and serene. For...
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Salvador of the Twentieth Century

Percy Falcke Martin - 1911 - 328 lehte
...of the day. On Saturday all was quiet, and confidence was restored. The people of the neighbourhood assembled as usual to celebrate the Passover. The night of Saturday was quiet, so also was the whole of Sunday. The heat, it is true, was considerable, but the atmosphere...
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Annual Register

1855
...of the day. On Saturday all was quiet, and confidence was restored. The people of the neighbourhood assembled, as usual, to celebrate the Passover. The...evening nothing unusual occurred, but at half-past 9 o'clock a severe shock of an earthquake, occurring without the usual preliminary noises, alarmed...
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