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State of the Union 1834 - Andrew Jackson (US President)

... customs or the receivers of our land offices on the moneys arising from the sale of public lands under pretenses of claims against the United States as that the bank would have retained the dividends. Indeed, if the principle be ...

State of the Union 1900 - William McKinley

... legation guards and keep the railway open, an attempt of the foreign ships to make a landing at Taku was met by a fire from the Chinese forts. The forts were thereupon shelled by the foreign vessels, the American admiral taking no ...

The Long Night - Game of Thrones

... JON watch the flames of the Dothraki swarm around their darkened foes. Burning stones continue to rain down, landing just beyond the mounted fighters. DAENERYS's eyes are wide. CUT TO: OUTSIDE THE WALLS BRIENNE and JAIME watch from afar. They ...

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State of the Union 1893 - Grover Cleveland

... in this country not to identify themselves in good faith with our people, but with the intention of returning to the land of their birth and there engaging in sedition. This complaint is not wholly without foundation. A journal ...

The Bells - Game of Thrones

... being beached by its crew. JON walks from the boat to VARYS. CUT TO: THE BEACH VARYS: The Northern armies? JON: Just crossed the Trident. They'll be at the walls of King's Landing in two days. How is she ...

State of the Union 1848 - James K. Polk

... , it is estimated, will be derived from customs, $3,000,000 from the sales of the public lands, and $1,200,000 from miscellaneous and incidental sources, including the premium upon the loan, and the amount paid and to be paid into ...

Aeneid: Book 11 - Publius Vergilius Maro

... , Driv'n on each other's backs, insult the shore, Bound o'er the rocks, incroach upon the land, And far upon the beach eject the sand; Then backward, with a swing, they take their way, Repuls'd from upper ground, and seek their mother ...

Life Of Romulus - Plutarch

... young children were, which being gently landed on a level bank of the river, they were both unexpectedly saved, and from them the place was called Rome. Some say, Roma, daughter of the Trojan lady above mentioned, was married to Latinus ...

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Great Meteorological Phenomena, Etc. - Lucretius

... particles Even from the salt upheavings of the main Can rise together to augment the bulk Of massed clouds. For moistures in these twain Are near akin. Besides, from out all rivers, As well as from the land itself, we ...

The History of Herodotus, Vol I (Chap. 3) - Herodotus

... Sea. After that, from the Serbonian lake, in which the story goes that Typhon is concealed, from this point onwards the land is Egypt. Now the region which lies between the city of Ienysos on the one hand and Mount ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 5 (Chap. 74.2) - Richard F. Burton

... city, but we have heard from the merchants of the caravans that in that direction lieth a land called Al-Yaman.' 'How far is that land from this place?' asked Janshah, and the Jew answered, 'The Cafilah merchants pretend that it ...

In Memoriam A.H.H. (Full) - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... friends, on mind and art, And labour, and the changing mart, And all the framework of the land; When one would aim an arrow fair, But send it slackly from the string; And one would pierce an outer ring, And ...

The Piazza Tales (The Encantadas) - Herman Melville

... its close vicinity. One noon we found ourselves off the South Head of Albemarle, and not very far from the land. Partly by way of freak, and partly by way of spying out so strange a country, a boat's crew was sent ...

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State of the Union 1830 (written) - Andrew Jackson (US President)

... vessels should land their return cargoes in the United States only, and, moreover, that they should during the continuance of the privilege be precluded from carrying molasses, sugar, coffee, cocoa, or cotton either from those islands or from the United ...

State of the Union 1851 - Millard Fillmore

... , the landing of adventurers from any nation on the island of Cuba with hostile intent. The copy of a memorandum of a conversation on this subject between the charge' d'affaires of Her Britannic Majesty and the Acting Secretary of State and of ...

The Man Who Would Be King - Rudyard Kipling

... a spear right down the valley, and gives each a sod of turf from both sides o' the line. Then all the people comes down and shouts like the devil and all, and Dravot says,?'Go and dig the land, and be fruitful ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 2.3) - Thucydides

... Limnaea, they advanced to Stratus the Acarnanian capital; this once taken, the rest of the country, they felt convinced, would speedily follow. The Acarnanians, finding themselves invaded by a large army by land, and from the sea threatened by a hostile fleet ...

The History of Herodotus, Vol II (Chap. 3) - Herodotus

... to the river Caïcos and the land of Mysia; and then setting forth from the Caïcos and keeping the mountain of Cane on the left hand, it marched through the region of Atarneus to the city of Carene. From this ...

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Arabian Nights, Vol. 4 (Chap. 2) - Richard F. Burton

... travelled hither for the sake of traffic, but to divert myself with the sight of foreign lands and folks;" and he rejoined, "O my son, we fear for thee and for thy goods from the wild Arabs." Whereupon the youth answered ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 7 (Chap. 18.1) - Richard F. Burton

... honourable estate and weeping for himself; and the three servants wept for themselves; and the King's daughter deemed that they sang. Now it was her wont, whenever any one from the land of Egypt or elsewhere fell into her hands ...

Life Of Solon - Plutarch

... his friends, Conon, Clinias, and Hipponicus, in whom he had a great deal of confidence, that he would not meddle with the lands, but only free the people from their debts; upon which they, using their advantage, made haste and borrowed ...

Saint Augustine's “The City of God - Book I” - Dr. Tenen

... from the earth, but from the most secret recesses of any other of the elements in which the dead bodies of men have lain hid! CHAP. 13. REASONS FOR BURYING THE BODIES OF THE SAINTS. Nevertheless the bodies of the ...

God's Judgement of White America (The Chickens Come Home to Roost) [Pre-Mecca] - Malcolm X

... , who have spent four hundred miserable years in this land of bondage. His mission is to warn America of the divine destruction that twill soon rain down upon her from the very skies above her. His mission is to warn ...

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The History of Herodotus, Vol II (Chap. 2) - Herodotus

... man who should first offer them hospitality as they returned from the temple. The Dolonkians then passed along the Sacred Road through the land of the Phokians and of the Boeotians, and as no man invited them, they turned aside ...

Chapter 11 - The Tale of Nur al-Din and His So Badr al-Din Hasan - Richard F. Burton

... tale from first to last. Quoth the Sultan, "And how comes he to be thy nephew and we have never heard speak of him?" Quoth the Minister: "O our lord the Sultan, I had a brother who was Wazir in the land of ...

Life Of Lysander - Plutarch

... two continents is fifteen furlongs, which, by zeal and eagerness of the rowers, was quickly traversed. Conon, one of the Athenian commanders, was the first who saw from the land the fleet advancing, and shouted out to embark, and in ...

State of the Union 1846 - James K. Polk

... received that a number of foreign adventurers had landed at Galveston with the avowed purpose of forming a settlement in that vicinity, a special messenger was dispatched by the Government of the United States with instructions from the Secretary of State to warn ...

King Arthur: Book 11 of 12 - Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton

... from untrodden steeps;? XXXI. THE LAND OF FREEDOM called upon the Free! All Nature spoke; the clarions of the wind; The organ swell of the majestic sea; The choral stars; the Universal Mind Spoke, like the voice from which the ...

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Idylls of the King - Gareth and Lynette - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... the land, The Cornish king. In either hand he bore What dazzled all, and shone far-off as shines A field of charlock in the sudden sun Between two showers, a cloth of palest gold, Which down he laid before the throne ...

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: A Middle-English Arthurian Romance - Anonymous

... ripe ere the winter. The drought drives the dust on high, flying over the face of the land; the angry wind of the welkin wrestles with the sun; the leaves fall from the trees and light upon the ground, and ...

The History of Herodotus, Vol II (Chap. 1) - Herodotus

... seat, had now become the successor of Megabazos in the command: and he conquered the Byzantians and Calchedonians, and he conquered Antandros in the land of Troas, and Lamponion; and having received ships from the Lesbians he conquered Lemnos and ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 7 (Chap. 1) - Richard F. Burton

... Mahdiyah to his care, till he should return from his expedition against Ajib; and, when the order was accepted, he set out for the land of Al-Yaman and the City of Oman with twenty-thousand horse and ten thousand ...

King Arthur: Book 12 of 12 - Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton

... To its rackt base the spirit-house of clay; Till the dark Power made firm the crushing spell; And from the man burst forth the voice of hell. LV. ?The god?the god! lo, on his throne he reels! Under ...

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Arabian Nights, Vol. 9 (Chap. 11) - Richard F. Burton

... till we came to a city of the cities, where we sold and bought and made great cheape. Thence we went on to another place, and we ceased not to pass from land to land and port to port, selling and ...

Apollonius Rhodius's “Argonautica” - Lydia Langerwerf

... himself took Hermes' wand; and at once they passed forth from the ship beyond the reeds and the water to dry land, towards the rising ground of the plain. The plain, I wis, is called Circe's; and here in line grow ...

Virgil's “The Aeneid (book 11)” - Lydia Langerwerf

... blood and torn feathers shower from the sky. BkXI:725-767 Arruns Follows Her But the father of gods and men with watchful eyes sat throned on high Olympus observing it all. The maker stirred the Etruscan, Tarchon, to fierce ...

Argonautica - Apollonius Rhodius

... himself took Hermes' wand; and at once they passed forth from the ship beyond the reeds and the water to dry land, towards the rising ground of the plain. The plain, I wis, is called Circe's; and here in line grow ...

Under Western Eyes (Chap. 4) - Joseph Conrad

... .... A great scheme of orderly reforms would be endangered.... The highest personages in the land were patriotically uneasy, and so on. In short, Councillor Mikulin knew what to say. This skill is to be inferred clearly from the mental and psychological ...

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Aeneid: Book 4 - Publius Vergilius Maro

... fierce Numidians there your frontiers bound; Here lies a barren waste of thirsty land, And there the Syrtes raise the moving sand; Barcaean troops besiege the narrow shore, And from the sea Pygmalion threatens more. Propitious Heav'n, and gracious Juno, lead ...

State of the Union 1832 (written) - Andrew Jackson (US President)

... subsisted through the late revolutions of its Government, and, from the events of the last, promise a permanent duration. It has made an approximation in some of its political institutions to our own, and raised a monarch to the throne who preserves ...