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" There stood the burgomaster, a tall, haggard, imposing figure, with dark visage and a 'tranquil but commanding eye. He waved his broad-leaved felt hat for silence, and then exclaimed, in language which has been almost literally preserved,  "
The Historians' History of the World: France, 1815-1904, Netherlands - 450 ページ
編集 - 1904
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, 第 49 巻

1860
...burgomaster — a tall, haggard, imposing figure, with dark visage, and a tranquil b ut commanding eye. He waved his broad-leaved felt hat for silence, and then exclaimed, in a language which has been almost literally preserved — ' What would ye, my friends ? Why do ye murmur...

THE RISE OF THE DUTCH REPUBLIC

JOHN LOTHROP MOTLEY - 1856
...burgomaster, a tall, haggard, imposing figure, with dark visage, and a tranquil but commanding eye. He waved his broadleaved felt hat for silence, and...been almost literally preserved, " What would ye, rny friends ? Why do ye murmur that we do not break our vows and surrender the city to the Spaniards...

The Rise of the Dutch Republic, 第 2 巻

John Lothrop Motley - 1858
...burgomaster, a tall, haggard, imposing figure, with dark visage, and a tranquil but commanding eye. He waved his broad-leaved felt hat for silence, and then exclaimed, in language which has been * Jan Fraytiers. Bor, vii. 557. Hoofd, ix. 381. Meteren, v. 94. Mendoza's estimate of the entire population,...

Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 第 49 巻

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1860
...tranquil but commanding eye. He wared his broad-leaved felt hat for silence, and then exclaimed, in a language which has been almost literally preserved...What would ye, my friends ? Why do ye murmur that wo do not break our vows and surrender the city to the Spaniards? a fate more horrible than the agony...

The Rise of the Dutch Republic: A History, 第 2 巻

John Lothrop Motley - 1861
...burgomaster, a tall, haggard, imposing figure, with dark visage, and a tranquil but commanding eye. He waved his broadleaved felt hat for silence, and...my friends ? Why do ye murmur that we do not break OUT vows and surrender the city to the Spaniards ? a fate more * Jan Fruytiers. Bor, vii. 557. Hoofd,...

A Compendium of American Literature, Chronologically Arranged: With ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - 1865 - 784 ページ
...burgomaster, a tall, haggard, imposing figure, with dark visage and a tranquil but commanding eye. He waved his broad-leaved felt hat for silence, and...vows and surrender the city to the Spaniards ? — a late more horrible than the agony which she now endures. I tell you I have made an oath to hold the...

The Martyrs of Spain: And The Liberators of Holland

Elizabeth Rundle Charles - 1865 - 400 ページ
...spoke, and his voice, like all of ours, was thin with hanger: "What would ye, my friends?" he said. " Why do ye murmur that we do not break our vows, and...Spaniards ? — a fate more horrible than the agony she now endures ! I tell you, I have made an oath to hold the.city, and may God give me strength to...

The Advanced Reader

1866 - 400 ページ
...burgomaster, a tall, haggard, imposing figure, with dark visage and a tranquil but commanding eye. He waved his broad-leaved felt hat for silence, and...almost literally preserved, "What would ye, my friends t Why do ye murmur that we do not break our vows and surrender the city to the Spaniards? — a fate...

The National Fifth Reader: Containing a Complete and Practical Treatise on ...

Richard Green Parker, James Madison Watson - 1866 - 600 ページ
...burgomaster, a tall, haggard, imposing figure, with dark visage and a tranquil but commanding eye. He waved his broad-leaved felt hat for silence, and...language which has been almost literally preserved : 6. " What would ye, my friends ? Why do ye murmur that we do not break our vows and surrender the...

The Monthly Packet of Evening Readings for Members of the ..., 第 3 巻、第 13〜18 部

1867
...at last when there was silence among the crowd he spoke (as nearly as Karl can remember) thus — * What would ye, my friends? Why do ye murmur that we do not break our vows, and surrender our city to the Spaniards — a fate more horrible than ye can possibly endure now. I tell you, I have...




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