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" The signal ball fell at Greenwich. It was noon also at Liverpool. The anchors were weighed ; the great hull swayed to the current ; the national colors streamed abroad, as if themselves instinct with life and national sympathy. "
THE TEACHER'S ASSISTANT, - Σελίδα 144
των CHARLES NORTHEND, A.M. - 1865
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Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Charles Gibbon - 1893
...passengers, nor passengers so nearly related to so many of us. The hour was come. The signal-ball fell at Greenwich. It was noon also at Liverpool. The anchors...current ; the national colors streamed abroad, as if them«elves instinct with life and national sympathy. The bell strikes ; the wheels revolve ; the «ignal-gun...

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1898
...passengers, nor passengers so nearly related to so many of us. The hour was come. The signal ball fell at Greenwich. It was noon also at Liverpool. The anchors...sympathy. The bell strikes, the wheels revolve, the signal gun beats its echoes in upon every structure along the shore, and the Arctic glides joyfully...

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Edwin Anderson Alderman - 1907
...passengers, nor passengers so nearly related to so many of us. The hour was come. The signal ball fell at Greenwich. 'It was noon also at Liverpool. The anchors...the winding channel, and begins her homeward run. 45 nor whispered his errand. And so hope was effulgent, and lithe gayety disported itself, and joy...

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Jacob W. Shoemaker - 1913 - 292 σελίδες
...passengers, nop passengers so nearly related to so many of us. The houi was come. The signal-ball fell at Greenwich. It was noon also at Liverpool. The anchors...swayed to the current ; the national colors streamed above, as if themselves instinct with life and national sympathy. The bell strikes ; the wheels revolve...

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Robin Miskolcze - 2007 - 220 σελίδες
...renowned Reverend Henry Ward Beecher described the scene as the Arctic departed from Liverpool: "[T] he national colors streamed abroad, as if themselves instinct with life and national sympathy" (qtd. in Howe 338). The ship's very size symbolized the fast-growing proportions of the United States....
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