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" Knowing nothing of his past history, one would have said a philosopher, living in dignified retirement, one who had tried the world, and found that all was vanity, one who had suffered ingratitude, and who, if he were ever persuaded to emerge from his... "
Santa Anna of Mexico - Página xxiii
por Will Fowler - 2007 - 501 páginas
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The North American Review, Volumen56

1843
...has a sallow complexion, fine dark eyes, soft and penetrating, and an interesting expression of face. Knowing nothing of his past history, one would have...who had suffered ingratitude, and who, if he were ever persuaded to emerge from his retreat, would only do so, Cincinnatus-like, to benefit his country....
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Life in Mexico, During a Residence of Two Years in that Country

Madame Calderón de la Barca (Frances Erskine Inglis) - 1843 - 437 páginas
...sallow com- j plexion, fine dark eyes, soft and penetrating, and an interesting expression of face. Knowing nothing of his past history, one would have...who had suffered ingratitude, and who, if he were ever persuaded to emerge from his retreat, would only do so, Cincinnatus-like, to benefit his country....
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Life in Mexico During a Residence of Two Years in that Country, Volumen1

Madame Calderón de la Barca (Frances Erskine Inglis) - 1843 - 427 páginas
...has a sallow complexion, fine dark eyes, soft and penetrating, and an interesting expression of face. Knowing nothing of his past history, one would have...who had suffered ingratitude, and who, if he were ever persuaded to emerge from his retreat, would only do so, Cincinnatus-like, to benefit his country....
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The Story of Mexico

Susan Hale - 1888 - 428 páginas
...melancholy-looking person, with a wooden leg. Knowing nothing of his past history, he might have been thought a philosopher, living in dignified retirement, one who had tried the world and found it all vanity, one who had suffered ingratitude, and who, if he were ever persuaded to emerge from...
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Mexico

Susan Hale - 1888 - 428 páginas
...melancholy-looking person, with a wooden leg. Knowing nothing of his past history, he might have been thought a philosopher, living in dignified retirement, one who had tried the world and found it all vanity, one who had suffered ingratitude, and who, if he were ever persuaded to emerge from...
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Life in Mexico

Madame Frances Calderón de la Barca - 1982 - 550 páginas
...has a sallow complexion, fine dark eyes, soft and penetrating, and an interesting expression of face. Knowing nothing of his past history, one would have said a philosopher, living in dignified retirement—one who had tried the world, and found that all was vanity—one who had suffered ingratitude,...
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Mexico City: A Cultural and Literary Companion

Nick Caistor - 2000 - 227 páginas
...quietly-dressed, rather melancholy-looking person, with one leg, apparently something of an invalid... Knowing nothing of his past history, one would have...who had suffered ingratitude, and who, if he were ever persuaded to emerge from his retreat, would only do so, Cincinnatus-like, to benefit his country....
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The Eclectic Review

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1843
...has a sallow complexion, fine dark eyes, soft and penetrating, and an interesting expression of face. Knowing nothing of his past -history, one would have...who had suffered ingratitude, and who, if he were ever persuaded to emerge from his retreat, would only do so, Cincinnatus-like, to benefit his country....
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