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" ... accompanied with lightning and smoke, struck them with such terror, that they began to respect their new guests as a superior order of beings, and concluded that they were children of the sun, who had descended to visit the earth. The Europeans were... "
The works of William Robertson, D.D. To which is prefixed, an account of his ... - Seite 126
von William Robertson - 1817
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The History of the Discovery and Settlement: To the Present Time, of North ...

William Fordyce Mavor - 1806 - 458 Seiten
...that they were children of the Suu, who had descended to visit the earth. The Europeans were scarcely less amazed at the scene now before them. Every herb, and shrub, *rid tree, -was different from those which flourished in Europe. The inhabitants appeared in the simple...
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America: In which is Included the Posthumous Volume Containing the ..., Band 1

William Robertson - 1809
...Columbus, c. 22, -is. Herrwa, dec. i, lib, ic 13, dren of the Sun, who liad descended to visit the earth. The Europeans were hardly less amazed at the scene...cultivation. The climate, even to the Spaniards, felt »arm, though extremely delightful. The inhabit>nts appeared in the simple innocence of nature, entirely...
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The historical works of William Robertson, with an account of his life and ...

William Robertson - 1813
...of beings, and concluded that they were children of the sun, . who had descended to visit the earth. The Europeans were hardly less amazed at the scene...climate, even to the Spaniards, felt warm, though OSSESSION OF THE Gra&g Jufy.1808. . BISTORT OF AMERICA. 81 extremely delightful. The inhabitants appeared...
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The Historical Works of William Robertson: With an Account of His ..., Band 3

William Robertson - 1813
...concluded that they were children of the Sun who had descended to visit the earth. — - -' — _: The Europeans were hardly less amazed at the scene...climate, even to the Spaniards, felt warm, though e extremely delightful. The inhabitants appeared in the simple innocence of nature, entirely naked....
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Cooper's Histories of Greece and Rome, and of South and North America

W. D. Cooper - 1818 - 294 Seiten
...mortals here below. The Spaniards were no less surprised at Ihe novelty of their situation. Every herb, shrub, and tree, was different from those which flourished in Europe. The inhabitants appeared in the simple innocence of nature, entirely naked. Their black hair, long and...
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The History of America, Band 1

William Robertson - 1821 - 599 Seiten
...of beings, and concluded that they were children of the Sun, who had descended to visit the earth. The Europeans were hardly less amazed at the scene...different from those which flourished in Europe. The seil seemed to be rich, but bore few marks of cultivation. The climate, even to the Spaniards, felt...
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A History of Useful Arts & Manufactures

1822 - 175 Seiten
...of beings, and concluded that they were children of the Sun, who had descended to visit the earth. The Europeans were hardly less amazed at the scene...though extremely delightful. The inhabitants appeared entirely naked. Their black hair, long and uncurled, floated upon their shoulders, or was bound in...
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The works of William Robertson, D.D., with an account of his life ..., Band 6

William Robertson - 1824
...that they were children of the Sun, who had descended to visit the earth. nishment. . •'. . J ' . f The Europeans were hardly less amazed at the scene...appeared in the simple innocence of nature, entirely I f 112 AMERICA. [1492: naked. Their black hair, long and uncurled, floated upon their shoulders, or...
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Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus

1824 - 177 Seiten
...were hardly less amazed at • It is now called Cat-Island. COLUMBUS LANDING ON THE AMERICAN SHORE. B the scene now before them. Every herb and shrub and...flourished in Europe. The soil seemed to be rich, but bpre few marks of cultivation. The climate, even to the Spaniards, felt warm, though extremely delightful....
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History of the United States: From Their First Settlement as Colonies, to ...

Salma Hale - 1827 - 467 Seiten
...Spaniards, gazing in speechless astonishment. " The Europeans were hardly less amazed at the scene before them. Every herb, and shrub, and .tree was...different from those which flourished in Europe. The inhabitants appeared in the simple innocence of nature, entirely naked. Their black hair, long and...
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