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" ... to give to all remote and unknown regions ? Had he come upon some wild island far in the Indian sea; or was this the famed Cipango itself, the object of his golden fancies ? A thousand speculations of the kind must have swarmed upon him, as, with... "
The Extractor; or Universal repertorium of literature, science, and arts ... - Page 185
1829
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, 48. köide

1828
...unknown regions ? Had he come upon some wild island far in the Indian sea; or was this the famed Cipango itself, the object of his golden fancies ? A thousand...wondering whether the morning light would reveal a savage wildnerness, or dawn upon spicy groves, and glittering fanes, and gilded cities, and all the splendour...
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A History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus, 1. köide

Washington Irving - 1828 - 490 lehte
...unknown regions ? Had he come upon some wild island far in the Indian sea; or was this the famed Cipango itself, the object of his golden fancies? A thousand...cities, and all the splendour of oriental civilization. 10. BOOK IV. CHAPTER I. FIRST LANDING OF COLUMBUS IN THE NEW WORLD. ['49'-] • IT was on the morning...
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The Monthly Review

1828
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Southern Review, 2. köide

1828
...unknown regions? Had he come upon some wild i.sland far in the Indian sea; or was this the famed Cipango itself, the object of his golden fancies ? A thousand...and glittering fanes and gilded cities, and all the splendours of oriental civilization." pp. 146-8. On his return from this wonderful enter prise, Columbus...
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A History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus, 1. köide

Washington Irving - 1828 - 472 lehte
...; or was this the famed Cipango itself, the object of his golden Chap. IV.] DISCOVERY OF LAND. 235 fancies ? A thousand speculations of the kind must...cities, and all the splendour of oriental civilization. BOOK IV. CHAPTER I. FIRST LANDING OF COLUMBUS IN THE NEW WORLD. [I492.] IT was on the morning of Friday,...
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The Southern Review, 2. köide

1828
...island far in the Indian sea; or was this the famed Cipango itself, the object of his golden fancies 1 A thousand speculations of the kind must have swarmed...and glittering fanes and gilded cities, and all the splendours of oriental civilization." pp. 146-8. On his return from this wonderful entei prise, Columbus...
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The Southern Review, 2. köide

1828
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The Literary Gazette: A Weekly Journal of Literature, Science ..., 12. köide

William Jerdan, William Ring Workman, Frederick Arnold, John Morley, Charles Wycliffe Goodwin - 1828
...unknown regions ? Had he come upon some wild island fa in the Indian sea ? or was this the famed (ipango itself, the object of his golden fancies ? A thousand speculations of the kind must have wanned upon him, as, with his anxious crews, I* waited for the night to pass away ; wonderiof whether...
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The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus

Washington Irving - 1829 - 311 lehte
...of his golden fancies. A thousand speculations of the kind must have swarmed upon him, as he watched for the night to pass away ; wondering whether the...wilderness, or dawn upon spicy groves, and glittering scenes, and gilded cities, and all the splendours of oriental civilization. CHAPTER XI. First landing...
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The Casket, Or, Flowers of Literature, Wit & Sentiment, 3. köide

1828
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