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" ... short and green, and in divers parts groves of trees by themselves, as if they had been by all the art and labour in the world so made of purpose; and still as we rowed, the deer came down feeding by the water's side as if they had been used to a... "
American Biography - Страница 328
по Jeremy Belknap - 1846
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A Book of English Prose, Character and Incident 1387-1649

1905 - 395 страници
...prickles, bushes, and thorns, here we beheld plains of twenty miles in length, the grass short and green, and in divers parts groves of trees by themselves,...labour in the world so made of purpose : and still as we rowed, the deer came down feeding by the water-side, as if they had been used to a keeper's call....

Voyages of the Elizabethan Seamen to America: Select Narratives from the ...

Richard Hakluyt - 1900
...prickles, bushes, and thorns, here we beheld plains of twenty miles in length, the grass short and green, and in divers parts groves of trees by themselves,...labour in the world so made of purpose ; and still as we rowed, the deer came down feeding by the water's side as if they had been used to a keeper's call....

The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of ..., Том 10

Richard Hakluyt - 1904
...Crocodiles. Two canoas taken. Three Spanyards escaped. bushes, and thornes, here we beheld plaines of twenty miles in length, the grasse short and greene,...parts groves of trees by themselves, as if they had beene by all the arte and labour in the world so made of purpose: and still as we rowed, the deere...

Britain's Sea Story, B.C. 55-A.D. 1805: Being the Story of British Heroism ...

Ernest Edwin Speight, Robert Morton Nance - 1906 - 427 страници
...prickles, bushes, and thorns, here we beheld plains of twenty miles on length, the grass short and green, and in divers parts groves of trees by themselves, as if they had been by>'all the art and labour of the world so made of purpose ; and still as we rowed, the deer came down...

Great Ralegh

Hugh De Sélincourt - 1908 - 310 страници
...divers parts groves of trees by themselves (he writes with his keen eye for effects of landscape), as if they had been by all the art and labour in the world so made of purpose, and still as we rowed the deer came down, feeding by the water's side, as if they had been used to a keeper's call."...

Voyages and Travels: Ancient and Modern

Herodotus - 1910 - 394 страници
...prickles, bushes, and thorns, here we beheld plains of twenty miles in length, the grass short and green, and in divers parts groves of trees by themselves,...labour in the world so made of purpose; and still as we rowed, the deer came down feeding by the water's side as if they had been used to a keeper's call....

The Cornhill Magazine, Том 19; Том 66

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1892
...woods, prickles, bushes, and thornes, heere we beheld plaines of twenty miles in length, the grass short and greene, and in divers parts groves of trees...the art and labour in the world so made of purpose.' l Embarking again we proceed onward through thin bush for a mile or two until the creek has dwindled...

New World Encounters

Stephen Greenblatt, Stephen Greenblatt, PH D - 1993 - 344 страници
...conquered, already domesticated. Heere we beheld ... in diuers parts groues of trees by themselues, as if they had been by all the art and labour in the world so made of purpose: and stil as we rowed, the Deere came downe feeding by the waters side, as if they had beene vsed to a keepers...
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Voyages in Print: English Narratives of Travel to America 1576-1624

Mary C. Fuller - 1995 - 210 страници
...country is its appearance of being already conquered, already domesticated. "Heere we beheld plaines of twenty miles in length, the grasse short and greene, and in diuers parts groues of trees by themselues, as if they had been by all the art and labour in the world...
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The Routledge History of Literature in English: Britain and Ireland

Ronald Carter, John McRae - 1997 - 584 страници
...prickles, bushes, and thorns, here we beheld plains of twenty miles in length, the grass short and green, and in divers parts groves of trees by themselves,...labour in the world so made of purpose: and still as we rowed, the Deer came down feeding by the water's side, as if they had been used to a keeper's call....
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