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" priests, keeping their night-watch on the summit of the teocallis, instantly caught the tidings and sounded their shells ; while the huge drum in the desolate temple of the war-god sent forth those solemn tones which, heard only in seasons of calamity,... "
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History of the Conquest of Mexico: With a Preliminary View of the ..., Том 2

William Hickling Prescott - 1843
...the alarm, and fled, rousing their countrymen by their cries. The priests, keeping their night watch on the summit of the teocallis, instantly caught the...capital. The Spaniards saw that no time was to be lost. The bridge was brought forward and fitted with all possible expedition. Sandoval was the first...

History of the Conquest of Mexico: With a Preliminary View of the ..., Том 2

William Hickling Prescott - 1844
...the tf.cjf.allia, instandj caught die ridings and sounded rlv.-ir shells, while the huge drum in die desolate temple of the war-god sent forth those solemn...seasons of calamity, vibrated through every corner of die capital. The Spaniards saw that no time was to be lost. The bridge was brought forward and fitted...

History of the conquest of Mexico, with a preliminary view of the ..., Том 2

William Hickling Prescott - 1850
...the alarm, and fled, rousing their countrymen by their cries. The priests, keeping their night watch on the summit of the teocallis, instantly caught the...capital. The Spaniards saw that no time was to be lost. The bridge was brought forward and fitted with all possible expedition. Sandoval was the first...

HISTORY OF THE CONQUEST OF MEXICO, WITH A PRELIMINARY VIEW OF THE ANCIENT ...

WILLIAM H, PRESCOTT - 1853
...their countrymen by their cries. The priests, keeping their night watch on the summit of the teocalliSj instantly caught the tidings and sounded their shells,...capital. The Spaniards saw that no time was to be lost. The bridge was brought forward and fitted with all possible expedition. Sandoval was the first...

Englische Chrestomathie für den Schul-und Privat-Unterricht

Ludwig Gantter - 1858 - 306 страници
...alarm, and fled, rousing their :ountrymen by their cries. The priests, keeping their night watch 30 )ii the summit of the teocallis, instantly caught the...capital. The Spaniards saw that no time was to be lost. The bridge 35 was brought forward and fitted with all possible expedition. Sandoval was the first...

HISTORY OF THE CONQUEST OF MEXICO

WILLIAM H. PRESCOTT - 1867
...the alarm, and fled, rousing their countrymen by their cries. The priests, keeping their night watch on the summit of the teocallis, instantly caught the...capital. The Spaniards saw that no time was to be lost. The bridge was brought forward and fitted with all possible expedition. Sandoval was the first...

History of the Conquest of Mexico, Том 2

William Hickling Prescott - 1873
...other approaches to the city, took the alarm, and fled, rousing their countrymen by their cries. The priests, keeping their night-watch on the summit of the teocallis, instantly caught the tidings VOL. II. 30 and sounded their shells, while the huge drum in the desolate temple of the war-god sent...

History of the Conquest of Mexico, Том 2

William Hickling Prescott - 1873
...other approaches to the city, took the alarm, and fled, rousing their countrymen by their cries. The priests, keeping their night-watch on the summit of the teocallis, instantly caught the tidings VOL. II. 30 35° EXPULSION FROM MEXICO. and sounded their shells, while the huge drum in the desolate...

Edition de Luxe of the Complete Works of William H. Prescott, Volume V

William H. Prescott - 1873
...other approaches to the city, took the alarm, and fled, rousing their countrymen by their cries. The priests, keeping their night-watch on the summit of the teocallis, instantly caught the tidings VOL. II. 30 and sounded their shells, while the huge drum in the desolate temple of the war-god sent...

History of the Conquest of Mexico: With a Preliminary View of the ..., Том 3

William Hickling Prescott - 1874
...other approaches to the city, took the alarm, and fled, rousing their countrymen by their cries. The priests, keeping their night-watch on the summit of the teocallis, instantly caught the tidings VOL. II. 30 and sounded their shells, while the huge drum in the desolate temple of the war-god sent...




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