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The Dawn of American History in Europe - Page 283
by William Lewis Nida - 1912 - 373 pages
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A history of the life and voyages of Christopher Columbus, Volume 1

Washington Irving - 1828
...heads hanging down ? that there is a part of the world in which all things are topsy-turvy ; where the trees grow with their branches downward, and where it rains, hails, and snows upward ? The idea of the roundness of the earth," he adds, " was the cause of inventing this fable of the...
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A History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus, Volume 1

Washington Irving - America - 1828 - 472 pages
...any one so foolish, he asks, as to believe that there are antipodes with their feet opposite to ours; people who walk with their heels upward and their heads hanging down? that there is a part of the world in which all things are topsyturvv; where the trees grow with their...
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The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus

Washington Irving - America - 1829 - 12 pages
...heads hanging down? That there is a part of the.world in which all things are topsy-turvy; where the trees grow with their branches downward, and where it rains, hails, and snows upwards ? The idea of the roundness of the earth," he adds, " was the cause of inventing this fable;...
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Crisis, and National Co-operative Trades' Union Gazette, Volumes 1-2

Communism - 1833
...their heads down ; that there is a part of the world in which all things are topsy-- turvy ; where the trees grow with their branches downward, and where it rains, hails, and snows upward. The idea of the roundness of the earth," ho adds, " was the cause of inventing this fsble of the antipodes...
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The Life and Voyages of Americus Vespucius: With Illustrations Concerning ...

Charles Edwards Lester, Andrew Foster - America - 1846 - 431 pages
...heads hanging down ? That there is a part of the world in which all things are topsy-turvy ; where the trees grow with their branches downward, and where it rains, hails and snows upward ? The idea of the roundness of the earth,' he adds, ' was the cause of inventing this fable of the...
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The Works of Washington Irving...

Washington Irving - 1848
...any one so foolish," he asks, " as to believe that there are antipodes with their feet opposite to ours ; people who walk with their heels upward, and their heads hanging down ? That there is a part of the world in which all things are topsyturvy : where the trees grow with...
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The British Colonies: Their History, Extent, Condition and Resources, Volume 4

Robert Montgomery Martin - Dummies (Bookselling) - 185?
...there any so foolish," he asks, " as to believe that there are antipodes, with their feet opposite to ours; people who walk with their heels upward, and their heads hanging down ? That there is a part of the world in which all things are nand) was made to John II. of Portugal,...
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The Crayon Reading Book: Comprising Selections from the Various Writings of ...

Washington Irving - Readers - 1849 - 255 pages
...there any one so foolish," he asks, "as to believe that there are antipodes with their feet opposite to ours ; people who walk with their heels upward, and their heads hanging down ? That there is a part of the world in which all things are topsy-turvy : where the trees grow with...
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The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus: Together with the ..., Volume 1

Washington Irving - 1849
...any one so foolish," he asks, " as to believe that there are antipodes with their feet opposite to ours ; people who walk with their heels upward, and their heads hanging down ? That there is a part of the world in which all things are topsyturvy : where the trees grow with...
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The life and voyages of Christopher Columbus

Washington Irving - Astoria (Or.) - 1849
...any one so foolish," he asks, " as to believe that there are antipodes with their feet opposite to ours ; people who walk with their heels upward, and their heads hanging down ? That there is a part of the world in which all things are topsyturvy : where the trees grow with...
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