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Seite 21 - Slow sinks, more lovely ere his race be run, Along Morea's hills the setting sun: Not, as in northern climes, obscurely bright, But one unclouded blaze of living light!
Seite 310 - ... possibly be too sanguine ; but they believe this will be the taughtest, trimmest, dryest ship ever built, irrespective of the more important qualities for which it was planned ; they comfort those who dread sea-sickness with the hope that a ship, too long to pitch and too flat to roll, will be bearable even to " the gentlemen of England, who live at home at ease...
Seite 215 - I cannot pretend to say ; but no sooner were the words out of my mouth than the whole...
Seite 68 - Constantinople, which cannot fail to arrest the attention of the most superficial observer, who has been half an hour in the place.
Seite 167 - Oh, certainly ; but this is the first time that I ever heard of a ship being detained in consequence.
Seite 201 - He thought his problem over again, going step by step over the same way which he had traversed before — and it seemed to him that he had at last found the true and the only solution. He could not withdraw himself from the Vice-Consul's house without an explanation ; that would be impossible; therefore the only thing to be done was to go to the Vice-Consul himself, and tell him how the case stood. " I cannot be sure of myself if I go on seeing her every day ; therefore I must give up seeing her...
Seite 110 - A dancing dervish was in attendance, but did not seem to take any more active part in the proceedings than to receive and put by the turbans of the others.