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" Every quarter of the city was illuminated ; the great temple shone with such peculiar splendour, that the Spaniards could plainly see the people in motion, and the priests busy in hastening the preparations for the death of the prisoners. "
The Eton miscellany, by Bartholomew Bouverie - Page 104
by Eton miscellany - 1827
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The Annals of America: From the Discovery by Columbus in the Year ..., Volume 1

Abiel Holmes - America - 1829
...to their idols." " Every quarter of the city," says the descriptive Robertson, " was illuminated ; the great temple shone with such peculiar splendor,...plainly see the people in motion, and the priests busy in hastening the preparations for the death of the prisoners. Through the gloom they fancied that...
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The History of South America, from the Discovery of the New World by ...

William Grimshaw - America - 1830 - 252 pages
...victory. Every quarter of the city was illuminated; the great temple shone with so peculiar splendour, that the Spaniards could plainly see the people in motion, and the priests busy in hastening the preparations for the death of the prisoners. Through the gloom, they fancied...
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The history of ancient Mexico, from the foundation of that empire ..., Volume 2

Thomas Francis Gordon - 1832
...victory. Every quarter of the city was illuminated; the great temple shone with such peculiar splendour, that the Spaniards could plainly see the people in motion, and the priests busy m hastening the preparations for the death of the prisoners. Through the gloom, they fancied that...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 6

1835
...spectacle. Every quarter of the city was illuminated; the Great Temple shone with such peculiar splendour, that the Spaniards could plainly see the people in motion, and the priests busy in hastening the preparations for the death of the prisoners. Through the g'oom they fancied they...
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The History of the Discovery and Settlement of America

William Robertson - America - 1837 - 570 pages
...Every quarter of the city was illuminated ; the great temple shone with such peculiar splendour, ihat the Spaniards could plainly see the people in motion, and the priests busy in hastening the preparations for the death of the prisoners. Through the gloom, they fancied...
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Easy passages for translation into Latin

John Young Sargent - Latin language - 1873 - 160 pages
...victory. Every quarter of the city was illuminated ; the great temple shone with such peculiar splendour, that the Spaniards could plainly see the people in motion, and the priests busy in hastening preparations for the death of the prisoners. Through the gloom they fancied that...
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Dublin examination papers

Dublin city, univ - 1878
...victory. Every quarter of the city was illuminated ; the great temple shone with such peculiar splendour, that the Spaniards could plainly see the people in motion, and the priests busy in hastening the preparations for the death of the prisoners. Through the gloom, they fancied...
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Prose extracts [&c.].

John Edwin Nixon - 1885
...Every quarter of the city was illuminated; the great temple shone with such 15 peculiar splendour, that the Spaniards could plainly see the people in motion, and the priests busy in hastening the preparations for the death of the prisoners. Through the gloom they fancied that...
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Calendar ...

University College, Galway - 1897
...victory. Every quarter of the city was illuminated. The great temple shone with such peculiar splendour, that the Spaniards could plainly see the people in motion, and the priests busy in hastening the preparations for the death of their prisoners. Through the gloom they fancied...
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Studien zu Heines Romanzero

Helene Herrmann - 1906 - 141 pages
...victory. Every quarter of the city was illuminated; the great temple shone with such peculiar splendour, that the Spaniards could plainly see the people in motion, and the priests busy in hastening the preparations for the death of the prisoners. Through the gloom, they fancied...
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