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added Clyde added Sanford added Scott arrived asked Baltic barge big boatswain Blaine boat boys brig Briton Burchmore cabin called canal Captain Cumberland Captain Lincoln carioles carriage cashier Christian III Christiania Christiansand Clyde Blacklock Copenhagen coxswain crew deck Denmark Drammen English exclaimed fellow finkel fjord fleet forecastle Forrest gentleman Gottenburg half head Holstein hour hundred island king King of Sweden Kongsberg lady lake land laughed Scott Laybold lieutenant Lillesand looked Lowington miles morning mother Norway Norwegian o'clock oars officer Olaf palace party passengers Paul Kendall Peaks pilot principal quarter-deck Rensdyr replied Sanford replied Scott riksdaler Rjukanfos Russia sail schooner seamen seated second cutter ship shore shouted squadron steamer steerage steward Stockholm Stockwell swain Sweden Swedish tell told tourists town vessels waif walked watch What's Winstock yacht Young America
Page 241 - What if it tempt you toward the flood, my lord, Or to the dreadful summit of the cliff That beetles o'er his base into the sea...
Page 1 - SECOND SERIES. Up the Baltic; or, Young America in Norway, Sweden, and Denmark.
Page 243 - By Art. 77, no man is bound to contribute to the support of a form of worship of which he is not a member; and by Art. 79 no man can be deprived of his civil and political rights on the score of religion, nor be exempted on this account from the performance of his duties as a citizen. According to the census of...
Page 289 - ... Scandinavian Roland, whose numerous exploits form the motive of a multitude of legends. He never appears on the surface of the earth save when the State is in danger, but then he marches at the head of its armies. A peasant, says the legend, who once by some strange accident was introduced to his presence, found him seated at a stone table, to which his long white beard had grown fast.
Page 5 - First Series. I. OUTWARD BOUND; OR, YOUNG AMERICA AFLOAT. II. SHAMROCK AND THISTLE; OR, YOUNG AMERICA IN IRELAND AND SCOTLAND. III. RED CROSS; OR, YOUNG AMERICA IN ENGLAND AND WALES. IV. DIKES AND DITCHES; OR, YOUNG AMERICA IN HOLLAND AND BELGIUM. V. PALACE AND COTTAGE; OR, YOUNG AMERICA IN FRANCE AND SWITZERLAND. VI. DOWN THE RHINE; OR, YOUNG AMERICA IN GERMAN*.
Page 323 - Island of the Dominion of Canada, the six New England States, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. Sec. 3. It shall be the poliey of this organization to work in close cooperation with all other conferences of music supervisors.
Page 324 - Thorkil, caused a law to be passed against the sale of slaves, on the ground that it was in the highest degree criminal for Christians to sell men, whom Christ had redeemed by his blood.
Page 7 - ABROAD," like its predecessors, is a record of what was seen and done by the young gentlemen of the Academy Squadron on its second voyage to Europe, embracing its stay in the waters of Norway, Sweden, and Denmark.