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" But the orange-groves were the wealth and ornament of St. Augustine, and their produce maintained the inhabitants in comfort. Orange-trees of the size and height of the pear-tree, often rising higher than the roofs of the houses, embowered the town in... "
The Spaniards in Florida: Comprising the Notable Settlement of the Hugenots ... - Pagina 112
di George Rainsford Fairbanks - 1868 - 120 pagine
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Letters of a Traveller: Or, Notes of Things Seen in Europe and America

William Cullen Bryant - 1850 - 442 pagine
...inhabitants in comfort. Orange-trees, of the size and height of the peartree, often rising higher than the roofs of the houses, embowered the town in perpetual...the fragrance of the flowers was almost oppressive." FORT ST. MARK. 103 These groves have now lost their beauty. A few years since, a severe frost killed...
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The History and Antiquities of the City of St. Augustine, Florida, Founded A ...

George Rainsford Fairbanks - 1858 - 200 pagine
...inhabitants in comfort. Orange-trees of the size and height of the pear-tree, often rising higher than the roofs of the houses, embowered the town in perpetual...change of name — is a noble work, frowning over the Matanzas, which flows between St. Augustine and the island of Anastasia ; and it is worth making a...
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The History and Antiquities of the city of St. Augustine, Florida, founded A ...

George R. Fairbanks - 1858
...inhabitants in comfort. Orange-trees of the size and height of the pear-tree, often rising higher than the roofs of the houses, embowered the town in perpetual...change of name — is a noble work, frowning over the Matanzas, which flows between St. Augustine and the island of Anastasia ; and it is worth making a...
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Bloomfield's Illustrated Historical Guide, Embracing an Account of the ...

Max Bloomfield - 1882 - 110 pagine
...inhabitants in comfort. Orange trees of the size and height of the pear tree, often rising higher than the roofs of the houses, embowered the town in perpetual...change of name — is a noble work, frowning over the Matanzas, which flows between St. Augustine and the island of Anastasia; and it is worth making a long...
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Bloomfield's Illustrated Historical Guide: Embracing an Account of the ...

Max Bloomfield - 1883 - 104 pagine
...inhabitants in comfort. Orange trees of the size and height of the pear tree, often rising higher than the roofs of the houses, embowered the town in perpetual...oppressive.' " The old fort of St. Mark, now called Fort Marion—a foolish change of name—is a noble work, frowning over the Matanzas, which flows between...
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Prose Writings of William Cullen Bryant: Travels, addresses, and comments

William Cullen Bryant - 1884
...inhabitants in comfort. Orange-trees, of the size and height of the pear-tree, often rising higher than the roofs of the houses, embowered the town in perpetual...the fragrance of the flowers was almost oppressive." These groves have now lost their beauty. A few years since a severe frost killed the trees to the ground,...
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The Life and Works of William Cullen Bryant ...

William Cullen Bryant - 1884
...inhabitants in comfort. Orange-trees, of the size and height of the pear-tree, often rising higher than the roofs of the houses, embowered the town in perpetual...the fragrance of the flowers was almost oppressive." These groves have now lost their beauty. A few years since a severe frost killed the trees to the ground,...
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New Grammar School History of the United States

John Jacob Anderson - 1889 - 418 pagine
...letter from St. Augustine, April, 1843, the author of Thanatopsis wrote : " The old fort of San Marco, now called Fort Marion, a foolish change of name, is a noble work. The shell rock of which it is built is dark with time. We saw where it had been struck with cannon...
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New Grammar School History of the United States: To which are Added the ...

John Jacob Anderson - 1902 - 434 pagine
...letter from St. Augustine, April, 1843, the author of Thanatopsis wrote : " The old fort cf San Marco, now called Fort Marion, a foolish change of name, is a noble work. The shell rock of which it is built is dark with time. We saw where it had been struck with cannon...
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Historic Landmarks of America as Seen and Described by Famous Writers

Esther Singleton - 1907 - 305 pagine
...inhabitants in comfort. Orange-trees of the size and height of the pear-tree, often rising higher than the roofs of the houses, embowered the town in perpetual...change of name — is a noble work, frowning over the Matanzas, which flows between St. Augustine and the island of Anastasia; and it is worth making a long...
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