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" If Pilatus wears his cap, serene will be the day; If his collar he puts on, you may venture on the way ; But if his sword he wields, at home you'd better stay... "
A Family Flight Through France, Germany, Norway and Switzerland - Page 340
by Edward Everett Hale, Susan Hale - 1882 - 404 pages
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Switzerland: With the Neighboring Lakes of Northern Italy, Savoy, and the ...

Italy, Northern - 1863 - 472 pages
...vapours from N. or W. collect on its summits and shroud them from sight. The popular saying runs thus: If Pilatus wears his cap, serene will be the day. If his collar he puts on, then mount the rugged way. But if his sword he wields, then keep at home I sny! If in the morning the...
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Switzerland and the Adjacent Portions of Italy, Savoy and the Tyrol ...

Switzerland - 1869 - 418 pages
...Pilatus is the great and generally trustworthy barometer of the district. The popular saying runs thns: If Pilatus wears his cap, serene will be the day. If his collar he puts on, then mount the rugged way. But if his sword he wields, then keep at home I say ! If in the morning...
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Old Merry's Travels on the Continent

Conduct of life - 1869 - 198 pages
...if he can. Pilatus now is the weatherguide to all this part, and the popular saying runs thus — ' If Pilatus wears his cap, serene will be the day ; If his collar he puts on, then mount the rugged way, But if his sword he wields, then keep at home I say.' " It was very delightful...
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Cassell's family continental handbook, a guide to the health resorts of the ...

Francis John C. Moran - Health resorts - 1872
...is very magnificent. The mountain is a great weather guide to the people of Lucerne, who say — " If Pilatus wears his cap, serene will be the day ; If his collar he puts on, then mount the rugged way: But if his'sword he wields, then keep at home, I say." Pisa (Italy), one...
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Switzerland: And the Adjacent Portions of Italy, Savoy, and the Tyrol

Karl Baedeker (Firm) - Switzerland - 1873 - 421 pages
...Pilatus is the popular and generally trustworthy barometer of the district. An old saying runs thus : If Pilatus wears his cap, serene will be the day; If his collar he puts on, you may venture on the way ; But if his sword he wields, at home you'd better stay ! If the summit is free...
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Switzerland, and the Adjacent Portions of Italy, Savoy, and the Tyrol ...

Karl Baedeker (Firm) - Switzerland - 1873 - 427 pages
...the popular and generally trustworthy barometer of the district. An old saying runs thus: If Pilatns wears his cap, serene will be the day; If his collar he puts on, you may venture on the way; But if his sword he wields, at home you'd better stay ! If the summit is free from...
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Cook's tourist's handbook to Switzerland

1874
...been, and is to this day, the weather guide to all this part, and the popular saying runs thus :— " If Pilatus wears his cap, serene will be the day ; If his collar he puts on, then mount the rugged way ; But if his sword he wields, then stay at home, I say." Others aver that...
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Switzerland as I Saw it

Henry Collings - 1876 - 44 pages
...district, its lofty pinnacles attracting the clouds and the storms ; so that an old proverb runs thus : — If Pilatus wears his cap, Serene will be the day ; If his collar he puts on, You may venture on the way ; But if his sword he wields, At home you'd better stay. In other words, — If...
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Twelve Thousand Miles Over Land and Sea: Or, Wanderings in Europe

William Hutton - Europe - 1878 - 364 pages
...the cloudcapped Pilatus over 6,000 feet high, — and promising a bright and happy day. " If Pilatns wears his cap, serene will be the day ; If his collar he puts on, you may venture on the way ; But if his sword he wields, at home you'd better stay. " To the left rises the...
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Loitering in Pleasant Paths

Marion Harland - Europe - 1880 - 435 pages
...the eternal snow-line of the Engelberger Alps. Across the lake from the city loomed Mt. Pilatus. '• If Pilatus wears his cap, serene will be the day ; If his collar he puts on, you may venture on your way. But if his sword he wields, at home you'd better stay" — is an English translation...
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