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" ... the sky. At first agglomerated in a single confused mass, the lesser parts of this immense whole seemed, as we advanced, by degrees to unfold, to disengage themselves from each other, and to grow into various groups, divided by wide chasms and deep... "
The Quarterly Review - Page 512
1821
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Anastasius: Or, Memoirs of a Greek; Written at the Close of the ..., Volume 1

Thomas Hope - 1819
...confused mass, the lesser parts of this immense whole seemed, as we advanced, by degrees to unfold, to disengage themselves from each other, and to grow...connected, became transformed as if by magic into three entirely different cities,18 each individually of prodigious extent, and each separated from the others...
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The Monthly Review

1820
...confused mass, the lesser parts of this immense whole seemed, as we advanced, by degrees to unfold, to disengage themselves from each other, and to grow...connected, became transformed as if by magic into three entirely different cities, each individually of prodigious extent, and each separated from the others...
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The Monthly Review

1820
...confused mass, the lesser parts of this immense whole seemed, as we advanced, by degrees to unfold, to disengage themselves from each other, and to grow...connected, became transformed as if by magic into three entirely different cities, each individually of prodigious extent, and each separated from the others...
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the quarterly review

john murray - 1821
...confused mass, the lesser parts of this immense whole seemed, as we advanced, by degrees to unfold, to disengage themselves from each other, and to grow...whose silver tide encompassed their base, and made iu vast circuit rest half on Europe, and half on Asia. Entranced by the magnificent spectacle, I felt...
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Il Conte di Carmagnola: tragedia di Alessandro Manzoni, Milano, 1820 ...

1821 - 31 pages
...confused mass, the lesser parts of this immense whole seemed, as we advanced, by degrees to unfold, to disengage themselves from each other, and to grow...individually of prodigious extent, and each divided from the oiher two by a wide arm of the sea, whose silver tide encompassed their base, and made iis vast circuit...
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Anastasius, Or, Memoirs of a Greek: Written at the Close of the ..., Volume 1

Thomas Hope - 1827 - 838 pages
...confused mass, the lesser parts of this immense whole seemed, as we advanced, by degrees to unfold, to disengage themselves from each other, and to grow...transformed, as if by magic, into three distinct cities, 17 each individually of prodigious extent, and each separated from the other two by a wide arm of that...
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New elegant extracts: a unique selection, moral ..., Volume 3, Parts 5-6

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1827
...confused mass, the lesser parts of this immense whole seemed, as we advanced, by degrees to unfold, to disengage themselves from each other, and to grow...connected, became transformed, as if by magic, into three entirely different cities*, each individually of prodigious extent, and each separated from the others...
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New elegant extracts; a selection from the most eminent prose and epistolary ...

New elegant extracts - 1827
...confused mass, the lesser parts of this immense whole seemed, as we advanced, by degrees to unfold, to disengage themselves from each other, and to grow...distantly connected, became transformed, as if by magic, 380 ELEGANT EXTRACTS. P. vI. into three entirely different cities *, each individually of prodigious...
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New Elegant Extracts: A Unique Selection ... from the Most Eminent Prose and ...

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1827
...confused mass, the lesser parts of this immense whole seemed, as we advanced, by degrees to unfold, to disengage themselves from each other, and to grow...groups, divided by wide chasms and deep indentures, untiLat last the clusters, thus far still distantly connected, became transformed, as if by magic,...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volume 14

1829
...horse was actually interrsd in the cemetery of Scutari, under a dome supported by eight pillan." rious groups, divided by wide chasms and deep indentures...cities, each individually of prodigious extent, and each separated from the other two by a wide arm of that sea whose silver tide encompassed their base, and...
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