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" An opening in the trees now cheered him with the hopes that the church bridge was at hand. The wavering reflection of a silver star in the bosom of the brook told him that he was not mistaken. He saw the walls of the church dimly glaring under the trees... "
The Edinburgh Monthly Review - Page 320
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Enlarged Practice-book in English Composition

Alfred Marshall Hitchcock - 1909 - 422 pages
...edged with fur. 4r He was asked to take the place of the third runner who had sprained his knee. 7. He saw the walls of the church dimly glaring under the trees beyond. 8. Comus offers her the glass which she refuses. 9. As we rode along the air became cooler and more...
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Child Classics: The Fifth Reader

Georgia Alexander, Grace Alexander - 1909 - 392 pages
...jolted on the high ridge of his horse's backbone, with a violence that he verily feared would cleave him asunder. An opening in the trees now cheered him with the hope that the church bridge was at hand. The wavering reflection of a silver star in the bosom of the...
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Selections from the Riverside Literature Series: For fifth-[eighth] grade ...

1910 - 272 pages
...jolted on the high ridge of his horse's backbone, with a violence that he verily feared would cleave him asunder. An opening in the trees now cheered him...the trees beyond. "If I can but reach that bridge," 1 thought Ichabod, " I am safe." Just then he heard the black steed panting and blowing close behind...
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American and English Classics for Grammar Grades: With Biographical Sketches ...

1910 - 444 pages
...jolted on the high ridge of his horse's backbone, with a violence that he verily feared would cleave him asunder. An opening in the trees now cheered him...of the church dimly glaring under the trees beyond. He recollected the place where Brom Bones' ghostly competitor had disappeard. "If I can but reach that...
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International Short Stories: American

William Patten - 1910 - 438 pages
...jolted on the high ridge of his horse's backbone, with a violence that he verily feared would cleave him asunder. An opening in the trees now cheered him...of the church dimly glaring under the trees beyond. He recollected the place where Brom Bones's ghostly competitor had disappeared. " If I can but reach...
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Standard Classics with Biographical Sketches and Helpful Notes: Arranged and ...

1910 - 408 pages
...ridge of his horse's back-bone, with a violence that he verily feared would cleave him asunder. 15 An opening in the trees now cheered him with the hopes...of the church dimly glaring under the trees beyond. He recollected the place where Brom Bones's ghostly competitor 20 had disappeared. "If I can but reach...
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Elson Grammar School Readers, Book 3

William Harris Elson, Christine M. Keck - 1910 - 424 pages
...jolted on the high ridge of his horse's back-bone, with a violence that he verily feared would cleave him asunder. ' An opening in the trees now cheered...church bridge was at hand. The wavering reflection 15 of a silver star in the bosom of the brook told him that he was not mistaken. He saw the walls of...
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How to Read and Declaim

Grenville Kleiser - 1911 - 458 pages
...5. Away then they dashed, through thick and thin, stones flying and sparks flashing at every bound. An opening in the trees now cheered him with the hopes...bosom of the brook told him that he was not mistaken. "If I can but reach that bridge," thought Ichabod, "I am safe." Just then he heard the black steed...
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Irvings̓ Sketch Book

Washington Irving - 1911 - 470 pages
...jolted on the high ridge of his horse's backbone with a violence that he verily feared would cleave him asunder. An opening in the trees now cheered him...the hopes that the church bridge was at hand. The waver5 ing reflection of a silver star in the bosom of the brook told him that he was not mistaken....
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Stories of the Hudson

Washington Irving - 1912 - 356 pages
...jolted on the high ridge of his horse's back bone, with a violence that he verily feared would cleave him asunder. An opening in the trees now cheered him...of the church dimly glaring under the trees beyond. He recollected the place where Brom Bones' ghostly competitor had disappeared. "If I can but reach...
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