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Sivu 231 - Hamlet lived, reigned, and died, and was buried in Jutland. A conspiracy had been formed against his life by his step-father and mother, as the ancient Dutch chronicles state; he feigned imbecility of mind, being aware of the plot laid to destroy him, formed another against them...
Sivu 232 - ... brook crowned with willows near Elsinore, where Ophelia could have perished ; and the enthusiastic reader of Shakspeare may be relieved from the pain her fate has inspired him with, by the conclusion of its falsity. The grave of Hamlet, as seen in Denmark, is to the back of the mansion of Marienslust, about a stone's throw ; you catch a view of the sea between a contiguous clump of trees planted in a circle, and it is noted by some scattered square stones of small size, which appear to have once...
Sivu 239 - ... principal public buildings are the Hotel de Ville, the Mint, the Post-office, the Exchange, the Theatre; the military and other hospitals, and a splendid range of barracks, said to afford accommodation for 6000 troops. There are several churches; that of Notre-Dame but just...
Sivu 232 - Denmark, is al>out a stone's throw distance at the back of the mansion of Marienslust. The sea is seen between a continous clump of trees planted in a circle, and the grave is noted by some scattered square stones of small size, which appear to have once served for a cenotaph, and stand on a knoll or rising mound covered and surrounded by beech trees. Nothing of their history is known, they seem to be little respected or thought about by the towns-people of Elsinore ; but pious and romantic pilgrims...
Sivu 1 - Sull' orme del tuo pie. Sempre nel tuo cammino, Sempre m'avrai vicino; E tu, chi sa se mai Ti sowerai di me!
Sivu 95 - Hamburgh, in the direction of Altona, and occupies a surface of 150 English acres. It is delightful to see...
Sivu 103 - It is a very curious and interesting specimen of the arts, supposed to have been first used in the beginning of the fifteenth century, but its inventor is not known.

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