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" ... return to Europe. Columbus perceived that it would be of no avail to have recourse to any of his former arts, which having been tried so often had lost their effect ; and that it was impossible to rekindle any zeal for the success of the expedition... "
A New Universal Biography: Forming the first volume of series III - Seite 497
von John Platts - 1826
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The Standard Fifth Reader: (first-class Standard Reader) : for Public and ...

Epes Sargent - 1858 - 478 Seiten
...him instantly to tack about and to return to Europe. Columbus perceived that it would be of no avail to have recourse to any of his former arts, which,...and that it was impossible to rekindle any zeal for tha success of the expedition among men in whose breasts fear had extinguished every generous sentiment....
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The Standard First[-fifth] Reader ...

Epes Sargent - 1859
...him instantly to tack about and to return to Europe. Columbus perceived that it would be of no avail to have recourse to any of his former arts, which,...breasts fear had extinguished every generous sentiment. 3. He saw that it was no less vain to think of employing either gentle or severe measures, to quell...
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Report of Her Majesty's Civil Service Commissioners: Together ..., Bände 4-5

1859
...to tack about and return to Europe. Columbus perceived that it would be in vain to have recourse to his former arts, which having been tried so often...breasts fear had extinguished every generous sentiment. Life of Columbus. Translate into Latin Hexameters — My eye descending from the hills surveys Where...
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The Origin of the North American Indians: With a Faithful Description of ...

John McIntosh - 1859 - 345 Seiten
...tack about and return to Europe. Columbus perceived that it would be of no avail to have recourse to his' former arts, which having been tried so often, had lost their effect ; and lhat it was impossible to rekindle any zeal for the success of the expedition among men, in whose hearts'...
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The Standard Fifth Reader for Public and Private Schools: Containing a ...

Epes Sargent - 1867 - 478 Seiten
...him instantly to tack about and to return to Europe. Columbus perceived that it would be of no avail to have recourse to any of his former arts, which,...breasts fear had extinguished every generous sentiment. 3. He saw that it was no less vain to think of employing either gentle or severe measures, to quell...
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Polyglot Reader, and Guide for Translation: Consisting of a Series of ...

Jean Roemer - 1867
...required him instantly to tack about and return to Europe. Columbus perceived that it would be of no avail to have recourse to any of his former arts, which having been tried so often, had lost their eiFect ; and that it was impossible to rekindle any zeal for the success of the expedition among men...
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Materials for translating English into German, with grammatical notes and a ...

Emil Otto - 1869
...tmmer [tarfer. 14) refl. v. — 15) umlegen. III. Columbus perceived that it would be of no1 avail to have recourse to any of his former arts, which,...extinguished every generous sentiment. He saw that it was no less2 vain to think of employing either gentle or severe measures to quell a mutiny so general and...
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The Marlborough French Exercises

George Walter De Lisle - 1872 - 256 Seiten
...him instantly to tack about and to return to Europe. Columbus perceived that it would be of no avail to rekindle any zeal for the success of the expedition...fear had extinguished every generous sentiment. He felt that neither gentleness nor severity could any longer quell a mutiny so general and so violent....
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Cassell's illustrated readings, Band 1

Cassell, ltd - 1875
...required him instantly to tack about and return to Europe. Columbus perceived that it would bo of no avail to have recourse to any of his former arts, which,...breasts fear had extinguished every generous sentiment. Ho saw that it was no less vain to think of employing cither gentle or severe measures to quell a mutiny...
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Exercises for Translating English Into German

Emil Otto - 1878 - 167 Seiten
...him instantly to tack5 about and return to Europe. Columbus perceived that it would be of no6 avail to have recourse to any of his former arts, which having been tried so often, had lost their eIfect; and that it was impossible to rekindle any zeal for the success of the expedition among men...
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