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" The Spaniards, while thus employed, were surrounded by many of the natives, who gazed in silent admiration upon actions which they could not comprehend, and of which they did not foresee the consequences. The dress of the Spaniards, the whiteness of their... "
A History of Useful Arts & Manufactures - Sivu 28
1822 - 175 sivua
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The Popular Educator, Niteet 1–2;Nide 12

1867
...be ashamed. The Spaniards, while thus employed, were surrounded Ъу many of tbe natiTea, who gazed, in silent admiration, upon actions which they could...comprehend, and of which they did not foresee the consequence«. The dress of the Spaniards, the whiteness of their skins, th«r beards, their arms,...

An Historical, Geographical, Commercial, and Philosophical View of ..., Nide 1

William Winterbotham - 1795 - 485 sivua
...difcoveries. The Spaniards, while thus employed, were furrounded by many of the natives, who gazed, in filent admiration, upon actions which they could not comprehend, and of which they did not forefee the confequences. The drefs of the Spaniards, the whitenefs of their Ikins, their beards, their...

The History of the Discovery and Settlement: To the Present Time, of North ...

William Mavor - 1804 - 383 sivua
...Castile and, Leon. The Spaniards, while thus employed, were surrounded by many of the natives, who gazed in silent admiration upon actions which they could not comprehend, and of which they could not foresee the consequence. The dress of the Spaniards, the whiteness of their skin, their beards,...

Universal History, Ancient and Modern: From the Earliest Records of Time, to ...

William Fordyce Mavor - 1804
...Castile and Leon. The Spaniards, while thus employed, were surrounded by many of the natives, who gazed in silent admiration upon actions which they could not comprehend, and of which they could not foresee the consequence. The dress of the Spaniards, the whiteness of their skin, their beard.s,...

The History of North and South America, from Its Discovery to ..., Niteet 1–2

Richard Snowden - 1805 - 362 sivua
...who, in silent admiration, gazed upon actions, the meaning of •which they could not comprehend, or foresee the consequences. The dress of the Spaniards, the whiteness of their skin, their beards, arms and accoutrements, appeared strange and surprizing. The vast machines, in...

Beauties of Dr. Robertson: Containing the Most Prominent and Interesting ...

William Robertson - 1810 - 366 sivua
...discoveries. The Spaniards, while thus employed, were surrounded by many of the natives, who gazed in silent admiration upon actions which they could...and of which they did not foresee the consequences. Their dress, the whiteness of their skins, their beards, their arms, and their ships, appeared strange...

The History of America, Nide 1

William Robertson - 1812
...upon aetions whieh tliey eould not eomprehend, and of whieh they did not foresee the eonsequenees. The dress of the Spaniards, the whiteness of their...their arms, appeared strange and surprising. The vast maehines in whieh they had traversed the eeean, that seemed to move upon the waters with wings, and...

The Historical Works of William Robertson: With an Account of His ..., Nide 3

William Robertson - 1813
...while thus employed, were surrounded hy many of the natives, who gazed, in silent admiration, itpon actions which they could not comprehend, and of which...The vast machines in which they had traversed the occean, that scented to move upon the waters with wings, and uttered a dreadful sound resembling thunder,...

The historical works of William Robertson, with an account of his life and ...

William Robertson - 1813
...The Spaniards, while thus employed, were surrounded ishment!"" Dy man7 °f tne natives, who gazed, in silent admiration, upon actions which they could not comprehend, and of which they idid not foresee the consequences. The dress of the Spaniards, the whiteness of their skins, their...

Cooper's Histories of Greece and Rome, and of South and North America

W. D. Cooper - 1818 - 294 sivua
...lung desired to see. They then took solemn possession of the coumry for the crown of Castile and Leon. The dress of the Spaniards, the whiteness of their...beards, their arms, appeared strange and surprising to the natives. 162 HISTORY OP The vast machines in which they had traversed the ocean, thai seemed...




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