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" Egyptian granite piercing the sky, and beyond, the great fa9ade and dome of the Cathedral, I confessed my unmingled admiration. It recalled to my mind the grandeur of ancient Rome, and mighty as her edifices must have been, I doubt if she could boast... "
Views A-foot: Or, Europe Seen with Knapsack and Staff - Page 408
by Bayard Taylor - 1862 - 506 pages
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Views A-foot; Or, Europe Seen with Knapsack and Staff

Bayard Taylor - Europe - 1852 - 393 pages
...mind the grandeur of ancient Rome, and mighty as her edifices must have been, I doubt if there were many views more overpowering than this. The facade...passed the obelisk, went up the long ascent, crossed the-portico, pushed aside the heavy leathern curtain at the entrance, and stood in the great nave....
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Views a-foot: or, Europe seen with knapsack and staff: Pedestrian tour in Europe

Bayard Taylor, Nathaniel Parker Willis - Europe - 1853 - 404 pages
...piercing he sky — and beyond, the great front and dome of the Cathedral, I confessed my unmingled admiration. It recalled to my mind the grandeur of...mighty as her edifices must have been, I doubt if there were many views more overpowering than this. The facade of St. Peter's seemed close to us, but...
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VIEWS A-FOOT OR EUROPE SEEN WITH KNAPSACK AND STAFF

BAYARD TAYLOR - 1855
...Cathedral, I confessed my unmingled admiration. It recalled to my mind the grandeur of ancient Home, and mighty as her edifices must have been, I doubt...ascending the steps dwindled to pigmies. I passed the obelisl^ went up the long ascent, crossed the portico, pushed aside the heavy leathern curtain at the...
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Prose Writings of Bayard Taylor ...

Bayard Taylor - 1862
...piercing the. sky — and beyond, the great faqade and dome of the Cathedral, I confessed my unmingled admiration. It recalled to my mind the grandeur of...boast many views more overpowering than this. The fa-;ade of St. Peter's seemed close to us, but it was a third of a mile distant, and the people ascending...
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views a - foot, or europe seen with knapsack and staff

bayard taylor - 1863
...piercing the sky—and beyond, the great faqade and dome of the Cathedral, I confessed my unmingled admiration. It recalled to my mind the grandeur of...The facade of St. Peter's seemed close to us, but it waa a third of a mile distant, and the people ascending the steps dwindled to pigmies. I passed the...
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The Literary Reader: Typical Selections from the Best British and American ...

George Rhett Cathcart - American literature - 1874 - 426 pages
...piercing the sky, and beyond, the great fa9ade and dome of the Cathedral, I confessed my nnmingled admiration. It recalled to my mind the grandeur of...The facade of St. Peter's seemed close to us, but it WKS a third of a mile distant, and the people ascending the steps dwindled to pygmies. I passed the...
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The Literary Reader: Typical Selections from the Best British and American ...

George Rhett Cathcart - American literature - 1876 - 426 pages
...piercing the sky, and beyond, the great fa9ade and dome of the Cathedral, I confessed my unmingled admiration. It recalled to my mind the grandeur of...us, but it was a third of a mile distant, and the pcople ascending the steps dwindled to pygmies. I passed the obelisk, went up the long ascent, crossed...
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The Literary Reader

George Rhett Cathcart - American literature - 1877 - 426 pages
...Cathedral, I confessed my unmingled admiration. It recalled to my mind the grandeur of ancient Roine, and mighty as her edifices must have been, I doubt...boast many views more overpowering than this. The fa9ade of St. Peter's seemed close to us, but it was a third of a mile distant, and the people ascending...
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The Literary Reader: Typical Selections from Some of the Best British and ...

George Rhett Cathcart - American literature - 1878 - 426 pages
...Cathedral, I confessed my unmingled admiration. It recalled to my mind the grandeur of aucicnt Home, and mighty as her edifices must have been, I doubt...boast many views more overpowering than this. The fagade of St. Peter's seemed close to us, but it was a third of a mile distant, and the people ascending...
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Europe

Andrew John Herbertson - Europe - 1903 - 229 pages
...beyond, the great front and dome of the cathedral, I confessed my unmingled admiration. The fa9ade of St. Peter's seemed close to us, but it was a third...ascent, crossed the portico, pushed aside the heavy curtain, and stood in the great nave. I need not describe my feelings at the sight, but I will tell...
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