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" But no sooner had the knights resumed their station, than the clamour of applause was hushed into a silence, so deep and so dead, that it seemed th.e multitude were afraid even to breathe. A few minutes' pause having been allowed, that the combatants... "
The Waverley novels. 25 vols. - 61 ページ
sir Walter Scott (bart [novels, collected]) 著 - 1862
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Ivanhoe: A Romance, 第 1 巻

Sir Walter Scott - 1823
...interest taken by the spectators in this encounter; the most equal, as well as the best performed, which had graced the day. But no sooner had the knights...into a silence, so deep and so dead that it seemed th<if multitude were afraid even to breathe. A few minutes pause having been allowed, that the combatants...

An Illustration of the Principles of Elocution ...

William Brittingham Lacey - 1828 - 300 ページ
...interest taken by the spectators in this encounter ; the most equal, as well as the best performed, which had graced the day. But no sooner had the knights...having been allowed, that the combatants and their hordes might recover breath, Prince John with his truncheon signed to the trumpets to sound the onset....

The Complete Works of Sir Walter Scott: With a Biography, and His ..., 第 3 巻

Walter Scott - 1833
...interest taken oy the spectators in this encounter : the most equal, as well as the best performed, which had graced the day. But no sooner had the knights...with his truncheon signed to the trumpets to sound tho onset. The champions a second time sprung from their stations, and closed in the centre of the...

Ivanhoe: A Romance

Sir Walter Scott - 1836
...interest taken by the spectators in this encounter ; the most equal, as well as the best performed, which had graced the day. But no sooner had the knights...so deep and so dead, that it seemed the multitude \vere afraid even to breathe. A few minutes' pause having been allowed, that the combatants and their...

The elocutionist: consisting of declamations and readings in prose and ...

Jonathan Barber - 1836 - 392 ページ
...interest taken by the spectators in this encounter; the most equal, as well as the best performed, which had graced the day. But no sooner had the Knights resumed their station, than the clamor of applause was hushed into a silence, so deep and so dead, that it seemed the multitude were...

A Dictionary of Difficulties; Or, Appendix to the French Grammar ...

Pierre François Merlet - 1837 - 296 ページ
...the interest taken by the spectators in this encounter ; the most equal as well as the best performed which had graced the day. But no sooner had the knights resumed their stations, than the clamour of applause was hushed into a silence, so deep and so dead, that it seemed...

Waverley Novels ...: Ivanhoe

Walter Scott - 1853
...interest taken by the spectators in this encounter ; the most equal, as well as the best performed, which had graced the day. But no sooner had the knights...minutes pause having been allowed, that the combatants r.nd their horses might recover breath, Prince John with his truncheon signed to the trumpets to sound...

Waverley Novels: Vol. 4, 第 4 巻

Walter Scott - 1844 - 685 ページ
...most equal, as well as the best performed, which had graced the day. But no sooner had the inights resumed their station, than the clamour of applause...allowed, that the combatants and their horses might reeover breath, Prince John with his truncheon signed to the trumpets to sound the onset. The champions...

The Waverley Novels: With the Author's Last Corrections and Additions, 第 2 巻

Walter Scott - 1844
...interest taken by the spectators in this encounter: the most equal ля well as the formed, whiclnhad graced the day. But no sooner had the knights resumed their station, than the clamour of аррГаиэе was Imshrd in and so dead, that it seemed the multitude were afraid even to breathe....

National Series of Selections for Reading; Adapted to the Standing of ..., 第 4 巻

Richard Green Parker - 1852
...interest taken by the spectators in this encounter, — the most equal, as well as the best performed, which had graced the day. But no sooner had the knights resumed their station than the clamor of applause was hushed into a silence so deep and so dead that it seemed the multitude were...




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