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" ... short, the variety of flowers is greater than that of the prairies in the Western States of America, though I think their number is less. Our Rudbeckia is, I think, more beautiful than the chrysanthemum coronarium which you see all over Sicily ; but... "
A Memoir of Mr. John Lowell, Jun: Delivered as the Introduction to the ... - Page 36
by Edward Everett - 1840 - 74 pages
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Lowell Lectures on the Evidences of Christianity, Volume 1

John Gorham Palfrey - Apologetics - 1843
...luxuriant. The palm begins to appear ; the palmetto, the aloe, and the cactus adorn every road side ; the superb oleander bathes its roots in almost every...of song." In Italy and Sicily, he is still in the modem and the Western world, although numberless memorials of the past remain, and a foretaste of Eastern...
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Orations and Speeches on Various Occasions, Volume 2

Edward Everett - Speeches, addresses, etc - 1850
...in almost every brook ; the pomegranate and a large species of convolvulus are every where seen, la, short, the variety of flowers is greater than that...Eastern costume and manners presents itself. But he feels, with full consciousness, that he is indeed on his pilgrimage, when his eyes rest upon those...
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The American Whig Review, Volume 12

1850
...founder of the Lowell Institute, is no doubt drawn from his own recollections and experience : — " When the traveller from Western Europe or America...remain, and a foretaste of Eastern costume and manners presente itself. But he realizes, with full consciousness, that he is indeed on Ins pilgrimage, when...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 5

Henry Barnard - Education - 1858
...vessel for Corfu, and arrived in that island, after a tedious passage of fifteen days. When the traveler from Western Europe or America finds himself sailing...Ionian Islands from the shores of continental Greece, ho feels himself, at length, arrived in "the bright clime of battle and of song." In Italy and Sicily,...
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ORATIONS AND SPEECHES ON VARIOUS OCCASIONS

EDWARD EVERETT - 1870
...the tropics ; and so does the vegetation. It is rich and luxuriant. The palm begins to appear j tne palmetto, the aloe, and the cactus adorn every roadside...of song." In Italy and Sicily, he is still in the modem and the Western World, although numberless memorials of the past remain, and a foretaste of Eastern...
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