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" ... ocean, over which and the utmost north the great sun hangs low and lazy, as if he too were slumbering. In such moments solitude is invaluable ; for who would speak or be looked upon, when behind him lies all Europe and Africa, fast asleep except the... "
We Two Alone in Europe - Page 138
by Mary Louise Ninde Gamewell - 1885 - 348 pages
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The Ladies' Repository, Volumes 35-36

Universalism - 1866
...and believing hearts :!'- its way into the chorus of the redeemed in heaven. — Selected. SPACE is the palace of the Eternal, whereof our sun is but a porch-lamp- — Carlyle. MY EKEOK AND ITS EXPIATIOBTBT HB>. CiXOUKl A. MASON. HESTER and 1 were twins. Singularly...
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We Two Alone in Europe

Mary Louise Ninde - Europe - 1885 - 342 pages
...character ; nothing but the granite cliffs, ruddy-tinged — the peaceful gurgle of that slow heaving polar ocean, over which and the utmost north the great...falling boulders, yet unable to move an inch from our path, panting and foot-sore, yet powerless to stop, — onward we went, in dizzy blindness. At last...
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