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" Few cities in the world can vie with her either in the beauty or in the natural advantages of her situation; indeed, there are only two places in Europe — Constantinople and Gibraltar — that combine an equally perfect landscape with what may be called... "
Report on a Plan for San Francisco - Page 193
by Daniel Hudson Burnham, Edward Herbert Bennett - 1905 - 211 pages
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The American Commonwealth: The national government ; The state governments

Political corruption - 1888
...of all things strike one so strongly as in San Francisco. Few cities in the world can vie with her either in the beauty or in the natural advantages...with what may be called an equally imperial position. Before you there is the magnificent bay, with its far-stretching arms and rocky isles, and beyond it...
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The American Commonwealth: In Three Volumes

James Bryce Bryce (Viscount) - Political corruption - 1888
...of all things strike one so strongly as in San Francisco. Few cities in the world can vie with her either in the beauty or in the natural advantages...are only two places in Europe —Constantinople and G ibraltar—that combine an equally perfect landscape with what may be called an equally imperial...
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The American Commonwealth, Volume 2

James Bryce Bryce (Viscount) - United States - 1889
...strike one so strongly as in San Francisco. Few cities in the world can vie with her either in te beauty or in the natural advantages of her situation ; indeed, there are only two placesin Europe — Constantinople and Gibraltar — thatcombine an equally perfect landscape with...
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social institutions of the united states

james bryce - 1891
...of all things strike one so strongly as in San Francisco. Few cities in the world can vie with her either in the beauty or in the natural advantages...with what may be called an equally imperial position. Before you there is the magniScent bay, with its far-stretching arms and rocky isles, and beyond it...
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Social Institutions of the United States

James Bryce Bryce (Viscount) - National characteristics, American - 1891 - 298 pages
...of all things strike one so strongly as in &an Francisco. Few cities in the world can vie with her either in the beauty or in the natural advantages...with what may be called an equally imperial position. Before you there is the magnificent bay, with its far-stretching arms and rocky isles, and beyond it...
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Social Institutions of the United States

James Bryce Bryce (Viscount) - National characteristics, American - 1891 - 298 pages
...of all things strike one so strongly as in San Francisco. Few cities in the world can vie with her either in the beauty or in the natural advantages...combine an equally perfect landscape with what may be culled an equally imperial position. Before you there is the magnificent bay, with its far-stretching...
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California today, San Francisco, its metropolis

Travel - 1903 - 192 pages
...picture of the city sketched by that noted Bnglishman, James Bryce, in his ''American Commonwealth." He says: "Few cities in the world can vie with San Francisco...with what may be called an equally imperial position. Before you there is the magnificent bay, with its far-stretching arms and rocky isles, and beyond it...
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California today, San Francisco, its metropolis

California - 1903 - 192 pages
...picture of the city sketched by that noted Englishman, James Bryce, in his ''American Commonwealth." He says: "Few cities in the world can vie with San Francisco...are only two places in .Europe@ Constantinople and Gibraltar@that combine an equally perfect landscape with what may be called an equally imperial position....
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Specimens of Prose Composition, Parts 1-2

Chester Noyes Greenough - 1906
...all a things strike one so strongly as in San Francisco. Few• cities in the world can vie with her either in the beauty or in the natural advantages...are only two places in Europe — Constantinople and Gibraltar—that combine an equally perfect landscape with what 10 may be called an equally imperial...
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The American Commonwealth, Volume 2

James Bryce Bryce (Viscount) - African Americans - 1908
...one so strongly as in San Francisco. Few cities in the world can vie with her either in the beauty or the natural advantages of her situation ; indeed,...with what may be called an equally imperial position. Before you there is the magnificent bay, with its far-stretching arms and rocky isles, and beyond it...
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