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" I have, indeed, been a vessel without sail and without steerage, carried about to divers ports, and roads, and shores, by the dry wind that springs out of sad poverty... "
Essays, Political, Historical, and Miscellaneous - Página 61
por Sir Archibald Alison - 1850
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The Complete Works of Lord Byron: Reprinted from the Last London Ed ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1846
...it is inflicted. I have, indeed, been a vessel without sail and without steerage, carried about lo divers ports, and roads, and shores, by the dry wind that springs out of sad poverty, and have appeared before ttie eyes of many who, perhaps, from some report that had reached them, had...
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The North American Review, Volumen62

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, Henry Cabot Lodge, James Russell Lowell - 1846
...his ill-deserving, on whom it is inflicted. I have, indeed, been a vessel without sail and without steerage, carried about to divers ports, and roads, and shores, by the dry wind that 1846.] Dante. 331 springs out of sad poverty ; and have appeared before the eyes of many, who, perhaps,...
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The Works of Lord Byron: With His Letters and Journals and His Life, Volumen11

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore - 1847
...to his ill-deserving on whom it is inflicted. 1 have, indeed, been a vessel without sail and without steerage, carried about to divers ports, and roads,...shores, by the dry wind that springs out of sad poverty, and have appeared before the eyes of many who, perhaps, from some report that had reached them, had...
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Miscellaneous Essays: Reprinted from the English Originals, with the Author ...

Sir Archibald Alison - 1850
...of happiness, and it is they which hare entranced the world. " It is easier," says Madame de Staël, "to convey ideas of suffering than those of happiness;...described — " Supin giaceva in terra alcuna gente ; Alrиn;i si sedea tulla raccotta ; Ed ultra ;!inl.:\ .1 continuamente. Quella che ei va intnrno era...
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The Modern British Essayists: Alison, Archibald. Miscellaneous essays

1852
...it is endured. I have been, indeed, a vessel without sail or steerage, carried about to divers pens, and roads, and shores, by the dry wind that springs...perpetually on them. Their torments are thus described — "Snpin giaceva in terra aleunagente; Atcnna ii sedea tutta raccnlta ; Ed nltra ondiiva continuamente....
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Lives of the Illustrious: (the Biographical Magazine)., Volumen7

1855
...ill-deserving on whom it is inflicted. I have, indeed, been a vessel without sail and without steerage, earned about to divers ports, and roads, and shores, by the dry wind that springs out of sad poverty ; and have appeared before the eyes of many, who, perhaps, from some report that had reached them,...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen77

1855
...indeed, been a vessel without sail, and without steerage, carried about to divers ports, and roods, and shores, by the dry wind that springs out of sad poverty, and have appeared before the eyes of many, who, perhaps, from some report that had reached them, had...
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Essays contributed to Blackwood's magazine

John Eagles - 1857
...his ill-deserving on whom it is inflicted. I have, indeed, been a vessel without sail, and without steerage, carried about to divers ports, and roads,...shores, by the dry wind that springs out of sad poverty, and have appeared before the eyes of many, who, perhaps, from some report that had reached them, had...
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The Sydenham Sindbad [by - Rand].

Rand, Sindbad (fict. name.) - 1857
...to his ill-deserving on whom it is inflicted. I have, indeed, been a vessel without sail and without steerage, carried about to divers ports, and roads,...shores, by the dry wind that springs out of sad poverty; and have appeared before the eyes of many, who, perhaps, from some report that had reached them, had...
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Miscellaneous Essays, Volumen2

Archibald Alison - 1874 - 390 páginas
...are thus described by himself: — " Wandering over almost every part in which our language extend?, I have gone about like a mendicant ; showing against...them. Their torments are thus described — "Supin ffiaceva in terra ntcuna genie ; Alcnna si *edea tuna raccolia : Ed ultra andava continuamente. Quella...
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