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" But its peacefulness continued. I have no doubt that the farmers began to farm, and the traders to trade, and the sailors to sail ; but the tourist felt that he had come into a place of rest. The promise of the red sky the evening before was fulfilled... "
Baddeck, and that Sort of Thing - Page 140
by Charles Dudley Warner - 1874 - 191 pages
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The Maritime provinces: a handbook for travellers [ed. by M.F. Sweetser].

Maritime provinces - 1875
...that the farmers began to farm, and the traders to trade, and the sailors to sail ; hut the tonrist felt that he had come into a place of rest. The promise...mountains than on the sea-coast, it seemed like some nsw and gentle compound of sca-air and land-air, which was the perfection of breathing material. In...
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Osgood's Maritime Provinces

Maritime Provinces - 1884 - 386 pages
...on Monday. But its peacefulness coutinued. I have no doubt that the farmers hegan to farm, and the traders to trade, and the sailors to sail ; but the...place of rest. The promise of the red sky the evening hefore was fulfilled In another royal day. There was an inspiration in the air that one looks for rather...
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The maritime provinces: A handbook for travellers. A guide to the chief ...

Moses Foster Sweetser - Maritime Provinces - 1885 - 336 pages
...into a place of reat. The promise of the red sky the evening hefore was fulfilled in another roval day. There was an inspiration in the air that one...sea-air and land-air, which was the perfection of hreathing material. In this atmosphere, which seems to flow over all these Atlantic isles at this se'ison....
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The Maritime Provinces: a handbook for travelers: A guide to the chief ...

Moses Foster Sweetser - Maritime Provinces - 1888 - 336 pages
...have no douht that the farmers hegan to farm, and the traders to trade, and the sailors to sail ; hut the tourist felt that he had come into a place of rest. The promise of the red sky the evening hefore was fulfilled in another royal day. There was an inspiration in the air that one looks for rather...
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The Maritime Provinces: A Handbook for Travellers

Moses Foster Sweetser - Maritime Provinces - 1892 - 336 pages
...on Monday. But its peacefulness continued. I have no doubt that the farmers began to farm, and the traders to trade, and the sailors to sail ; but the tourist felt that he had eome into a place of rest. The promise of the red sky the evening before was fulfilled in another royal...
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The Complete Writings of Charles Dudley Warner, Volume 12

Charles Dudley Warner, Thomas Raynesford Lounsbury - 1904
...on Monday. But its peacefulness continued. I have no doubt that the farmers began to farm, and the traders to trade, and the sailors to sail ; but the...mountains than on the sea-coast; it seemed like some neff and gentle compound of sea-air and land-air, which was the perfection of breathing material. In...
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Markland Or Nova Scotia: Its History, Natural Resources and Native Beauties

Robert Randall McLeod - Nova Scotia - 1903 - 603 pages
...on Monday. But it is peacefulness continued. I have no doubt that the farmers began to farm, and the traders to trade, and the sailors to sail; but the...tourist felt that he had come into a place of rest. There was an inspiration in the air that one looks for rather in the mountains than on the sea coast;...
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