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" ... four hundred and fifty, we had perfectly in our recollection the accounts we had received on our march, that we were to be put to death on our arrival in the city which we now faw before us, approachable only by caufeways, whereon were feveral bridges,... "
The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review - Seite 141
1801
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The British Critic: A New Review, Band 17

1801
...approachable only by caufcw»ys, whereon were feveral bridges, the breaking of one of which effectually cu: off our retreat. And now let who can, tell me,...this world to be found except ourfelves, who would hav« hazarded fuch an attempt ? " When we arrived at a place where a fmall caufeway turns off, which...
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The True History of the Conquest of Mexico, Band 1

Bernal Díaz del Castillo - 1803
...only by caufeways, whereon were feveral bridges, the breaking of one of which would effectually cut off our retreat. And now let who can, tell me, where...an attempt. • When we arrived at a place where a fmull caufeway turns off, which goes to the city of Cuyoacan, we were met by a great number of the...
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The history of ancient Mexico, from the foundation of that empire to ..., Band 2

Thomas Francis Gordon - 1832
...machinations of their enemies. In this situation we can readily pardon the vanity of Diaz when he exclaims, " And now, let who can, tell me, where are men in this world to be found, except ourselves, who would have hazarded such an attempt?" XXIV. From the point of Xoloc, the army resumed...
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Cortes and Pizarro: Stories of the Conquests of Mexico and Peru, with a ...

William Dalton - 1862 - 499 Seiten
...one of which would effectually cut off our retreat. And now," he adds, with a pardonable boasting, " let who can, tell me where are men in this world to be found, except ourselves, who have hazarded such an attempt." Truly this brave little band had some canse to quake...
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Stories of the conquests of Mexico and Peru

William Dalton - 1872 - 499 Seiten
...one of which would effectually cut off our retreat. And now," he adds, with a pardonable boasting, "let who can, tell me where are men in this world to be found, except ourselves, who have hazarded such an attempt." Truly this brave little band had some cause to quake...
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