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" The old houses, built of a kind of stone which is seemingly a pure concretion of small shells, overhang the streets with their wooden balconies, and the gardens between the houses are fenced on the side of the street with high walls of stone. Peeping... "
The Spaniards in Florida: Comprising the Notable Settlement of the Hugenots ... - Pagina 111
di George Rainsford Fairbanks - 1868 - 120 pagine
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The People's journal (with which is incorporated Howitt's ..., Volumi 3-4

People's and Howitt's journal
...luxuriant leaves. Tou meet in the streets with men of swarthy complexions and foreign physiognomy, and hear them speaking to each other in a strange language....dialect you have heard is that of the island of Minorca. THE PARTED. O, where are they f Twas a chosen band that round me stood In the shadowy depths of that...
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Letters of a Traveller: Or, Notes of Things Seen in Europe and America

William Cullen Bryant - 1850 - 442 pagine
...pomegranate and of the orange-tree, now fragrant with flowers, and, rising yet higher, the leaning 9* boughs of the fig, with its broad luxuriant leaves....said an acquaintance of mine, " when I first visited St. Augustine, it was a fine old Spanish town. A large proportion of the houses, which you now see...
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Letters of a traveller; or, Notes of things seen in Europe and America

William Cullen Bryant - 1851
...stone, with arches and staircases of the same material, which once belonged to stately dwelling's. You meet in the streets with men of swarthy complexions...said an acquaintance of mine, " when I first visited St. Augustine, it was a fine old Spanish town. A large proportion of the houses, which you now see...
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The History and Antiquities of the City of St. Augustine, Florida, Founded A ...

George Rainsford Fairbanks - 1858 - 200 pagine
...length we emerged upon a shrubby plain, and finally came in sight of this oldest city of the * Bryant. United States, seated among its trees on a sandy swell...said an acquaintance of mine, ' when I first visited St. Augustine, it was a fine old Spanish town. A large proportion of the houses which you now see roofed...
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The History and Antiquities of the city of St. Augustine, Florida, founded A ...

George R. Fairbanks - 1858
...mortar, which in this climate takes and keeps the hardness of rock; and that no other vehicle th.au a hand-barrow -was allowed to pass over them. In some...' Twelve years ago,' said an acquaintance of mine, 4 when I first visited St. Augustine, it was a fine old Spanish town. A large proportion of the houses...
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Bloomfield's Illustrated Historical Guide, Embracing an Account of the ...

Max Bloomfield - 1882 - 110 pagine
...artificial stone, composed of shells and mortar, which in this climate takes and keeps the hardness of the rock ; and that no other vehicle than a handbarrow...said an acquaintance of mine, ' when I first visited St. Augustine, it was a fine old Spanish town. A large proportion of the houses which you now see,...
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Bloomfield's Illustrated Historical Guide: Embracing an Account of the ...

Max Bloomfield - 1883 - 104 pagine
...artificial stone, composed of shells and mortar, which in this climate takes and keeps the hardness of the rock; and that no other vehicle than a handbarrow...said an acquaintance of mine, ' when I first visited St. Augustine, it was a fine old Spanish town. A large proportion of the houses which you now see,...
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The Life and Works of William Cullen Bryant ...

William Cullen Bryant - 1884
...afterward, several murders and robberies on the road. At length we emerged upon a shrubby plain, and soon came in sight of this oldest city of the United States,...said an acquaintance of mine, " when I first visited St. Augustine, it was a fine old Spanish town. A large proportion of the houses, which you now see...
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Prose Writings of William Cullen Bryant: Travels, addresses, and comments

William Cullen Bryant - 1884
...of the fig, with its broad, luxuriant leaves. Occasionally ) T OU pass the ruins of houses—walls of stone, with arches and staircases of the same material,...said an acquaintance of mine, " when I first visited St. Augustine, it was a fine old Spanish town. A large proportion of the houses, which you now see...
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Historic Landmarks of America as Seen and Described by Famous Writers

Esther Singleton - 1907 - 305 pagine
...walls of stone. Peeping over these walls you see branches of the pomegranate, and of the orange trees now fragrant with flowers, and, rising yet higher,...' Twelve years ago,' said an acquaintance of mine, 1 when I first visited St. Augustine, it was a fine old Spanish town. A large proportion of the houses...
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