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" Carmelite. The latter seemed more confounded than his companion, by the rapidity of the movement, and the novelty of his situation. Notwithstanding his confusion, however, an evident look of wonder crossed his mortified features when he first beheld the... "
The Bravo: A Tale - Página 233
de James Fenimore Cooper - 1833
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The Edinburgh Literary Journal: Or, Weekly Register of Criticism ..., Volumen 6

1831
...features, when he first beheld the humble condition, the thin and whitened locks, and the general air aud bearing of the old man with whom he now found himself....Lagunes ! A fisherman that owes much to St Anthony, for favours little deserved.' " ' And why hath one like thee fallen beneath the senate's displeasure?'...
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The Bravo: A Venetian Story, Volumen 2

James Fenimore Cooper - 1831
...Antonio witnessed this movement in silent curiosity ; but when he saw the gondoliers of the state lying on their oars, he glanced his eye again furtively...Lagunes ! A fisherman that owes much to St. Anthony, for favours little deserved." " And why hath one like thee fallen beneath the senate's displeasure !" "...
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The Living Authors of America: 1st ser

Thomas Powell - 1850 - 365 páginas
...evident look of wonder crossed his mortified features when he first beheld the humbled candition, th« thin and whitened locks, and the general air and bearing...like thee fallen beneath the senate's displeasure T " ' I am honest and ready to do justice to others. If that offend the great, they are men more to...
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The Living Authors of America: 1st ser

Thomas Powell - 1850 - 365 páginas
...however, an evident look of wonder crossed his mortified features when he first beheld the humbled condition, the thin and whitened locks, and the general...the impulse of surprise. " ' Antonio of the Lagunes 1 A fisherman that owes much to St. Anthony, for favors little deserved.' " ' And why hath one like...
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The Living Authors of America: 1st ser

Thomas Powell - 1850 - 365 páginas
...however, an evident look of wonder crossed his mortified features when he first beheld the humbled condition, the thin and whitened locks, and the general...man with whom he now found himself. " ' Who art thou V escaped him, in the impulse of surprise. " ' Antonio of the Lagunes ! A fisherman that owes much...
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James Fenimore Cooper - 1892
...and aspect of a bare-footed Carmelite. The latter seemed more confounded than his companion, by tho rapidity of the movement, and the novelty of his situation....him, in the impulse of surprise. " Antonio of the La,mnes ! A fisherman that owes much *3 to St. Anthony, for favors little deserved." " And why hath...
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