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" Is 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... "
A history of the life and voyages of Christopher Columbus - Página 127
de Washington Irving - 1828
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Records of the School of Mines and of Science Applied to ..., Volumen 1,Parte 1

Royal School of Mines (Great Britain) - 1852
...the writings of Lactantius. " Is there anyone so foolish," says he, " as to believe that there are antipodes with their feet opposite to ours ; people who walk with their heels upwards and their heads hanging down ? That there is a part of the world in which all things are topsy-turvy...
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The Illustrated Magazine of Art

1853
...theologian that he was, thus speaks : — " Is there any one so foolish as to believe that there are antipodes with their feet opposite to ours ; people who walk with their heels upwards and their heads hanging down ; that there is a part of the world in which all tilings are topsy-turvy...
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The Crayon Reading Book: Comprising Selections from the Various Writings of ...

Washington Irving - 1855 - 12 páginas
...unworthy of so grave a theologian. " Is there any one so foolish," he asks, " as to believe that there are antipodes with their feet opposite to ours ; people...part of the world in which all things are topsy-turvy : Avhere the trees grow with their branches downward, and where it rains, hails and snows upward ?...
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The Standard First

Epes Sargent - 1857
...so foolish," he asks, " as to believe that there are antip'o-des with their feet opposite to ours ; that there is a part of the world in which all things...branches downward, and where it rains, hails and snows, upwards ? " Col. I have already answered this objection. If there are people on the earth who are our...
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The Standard Fourth Reader for Public and Private Schools ..., Número 4

Epes Sargent - 1855 - 334 páginas
...so foolish," he asks, "as to believe that there are antip'o-des with their feet opposite to ours ; that there is a part of the world in which all things...branches downward, and where it rains, hails and snows, upwards ? " Cnl. I have already answered this objection. If there are people on the earth who are our...
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Astronography; or, Astronomical geography

Emma Willard - 1856 - 297 páginas
...theologian that he was, thus speaks : — " Is there any one so foolish as to believe that there are antipodes with their feet opposite to ours ; people who walk with their heels upwards and their heads hanging down ; that there is a part of the 'world in which all things are topsy-turvy...
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The Life and Voyages of Americus Vespucius: With Illustrations Concerning ...

Charles Edwards Lester - 1856 - 431 páginas
...unworthy of so grave a theologian. ' Is 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 feet upwards and their heads hanging down T That there is a part of the world in which all things are...
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The Standard Fourth Reader for Public and Private Schools: Containing a ...

Epes Sargent - 1857 - 336 páginas
...so foolish," he asks, " as to believe that there are antip'o-des with their feet opposite to ours; that there is a part of the world in which all things are topsj^turvy, where the trees grow with their branches downward, and where it rains, hails and snows,...
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Chambers's Edinburgh journal, conducted by W. Chambers. [Continued as ...

Chambers's journal - 1859
...Lactantius was held most weighty. 'Is 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 upwards, and their heads hanging down ? — that there is a part of the world in which all things are...
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The Works of Washington Irving: Life and voyages of Columbus

Washington Irving - 1861
...ecclesiastical learning, yet their writings were calculated to perpetuate darkness in respect to the sciences. people who walk with their heels upward, and their...downward, and where it rains, hails and snows upward 1 The idea of the roundness of the earth," he adds, " was the cause of inventing this fable of the...
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