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" Knight, That there are many stranger things in the world, than are to be seen between London and Stanes. "
Collections of the Maine Historical Society - Pàgina 20
per Maine Historical Society - 1853
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The History of the World: In Five Books. Viz. Treating of the ..., Volum 4

Sir Walter Raleigh - 1820
...we could in no sort be persuaded to believe, till our own experience had taught us, that there were many stranger things in the world than are to be seen between London and Stanes. Our great traveller Mandeville, who died in the year 1372, and had seen so much of the world, and of...
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The Works of Sir Walter Ralegh, Kt: The history of the world

Sir Walter Raleigh - 1829
...we could in no sort be persuaded to believe, till our own experience had taught us, that there were many stranger things in the world, than are to be seen between London and Staines. Our great traveller Mandeville, who died in the year 1872, and had seen so much of the world,...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts Historical Society - 1833
...self, and I hope the Reader hereof, with the saying of a wise, learned and honourable Knight, that there are many stranger things in the world, than are to be seen between London and Stanes. September the Sixth day, one Mr. John Hickford the Son of Mr. Hickford a Linnen-Draper in Cheapside,...
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The New-York Review, Volum 6

1839
...myself, and I hope the reader, with the saying of a wise, learned, and honorable knight, that there be many stranger things in the world than are to be seen between London and Stanes." He was, in short, a truly philosophical traveller — free at once from prejudice and credulity. He...
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A History of American Literature, Volums 1-2

Moses Coit Tyler - 1878
...for the discovery of such matters as he had not known before, and believing, as he tells us, " that there are many stranger things in the world than are to be seen between London and Stanes." ' ' " Two Voyages to NE" 229. Jossclyn also published in London, in 1674, " Chronological Observations...
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A History of American Literature, Volum 1

Moses Coit Tyler - 1878
...for the discovery of such matters as he had not known before, and believing, as he tells us, " that there are many stranger things in the world than are to be seen between London and Stancs." 1 1 " Two Voyages to NE" 22g. Josselyn also published in London, in 1674, " Chronological...
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A History of American Literature [during the Colonial Time] ...

Moses Coit Tyler - 1890
...matters as he had not known before, d believing, as he tells us, " that there are many stranger ings in the world than are to be seen between London and Stanes." * Two Voyages to NE" 229. Josselyn also published in London, in . " Chronological Observations of America,...
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1607-1676

Moses Coit Tyler - 1879
...for the discovery of such matters as he had not known before, and believing, as he tells us, " that there are many stranger things in the world than are to be seen between London and Stanes." * 1 " Two Voyages to NE" 229. Josselyn also published in London, in 1674, " Chronological Observations...
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A History of American Literature: I, 1607-1676; II, 1676-1765

Moses Coit Tyler - 1883
...for the discovery of such matters as he had not known before, and believing, as he tells us, "that there are many stranger things in the world than are to be seen between London and Stanes." l 1 " Two Voyages to NE" 229. Josselyn also published in London, in 1674, " Chronological Observations...
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A Library of American Literature, Volum 1

Edmund Clarence Stedman - 1888
...myself, and I hope the reader hereof, with the saying of a wise, learned and honorable knight, that "there are many stranger things in the world, than are to be seen between London and Stanes." .... In the afternoon I walked into the woods on the back side of the house, and happening into a fine...
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