This magnificent palace had been got ready for the reception of the greatest reigning sovereign of the time.
The sun poured down its burning rays upon the heathen deities of marble and bronze: it raised the temperature of the water in the conch shells, and ripened, on the walls, those magnificent peaches, of which the king, fifty years later, spoke so regretfully, when, at Marly, on an occasion of a scarcity of the finer sorts of peaches being complained of, in the beautiful gardens there - gardens which had cost France double the amount that had been expended on Vaux - the
Picture to yourselves, my dear children, a handsome, old-fashioned room, with a large, open cupboard at one end, in which is displayed a magnificent gold cup, with some other splendid articles of gold and silver plate.
Phips a magnificent gold cup, worth at least five thousand dollars.
What a magnificent
train there is to the mantle; and how gracefully the scarf hangs
In fact there are but two chains of moderate elevation, between which runs the magnificent
Mississippi, the "king of rivers" as these Republican Yankees delight to call it.
When we arrived at the place, we found the shrine hidden from our view by a curtain hung between two magnificent
From this lofty eminence, a vast and magnificent
prospect unfolds itself; the great Gulf of California, with the dark blue sea beyond, studded with islands; and in another direction, the immense lava plain of San Gabriel.
Monty waved his hand - a magnificent
and silencing gesture.
A man ought warily to begin charges which once begun will continue; but in matters that return not, he may be more magnificent
It is also necessary that the magistrates, upon entering into their offices, should make magnificent
sacrifices and erect some public structure, that the people partaking of the entertainment, and seeing the city ornamented with votive gifts in their temples and public structures, may see with pleasure the stability of the government: add to this also, that the nobles will have their generosity recorded: but now this is not the conduct which those who are at present at the head of an oligarchy pursue, but the contrary; for they are not more desirous of honour than of gain; for which reason such oligarchies may more properly be called little democracies.
Everybody in the town was talking of the magnificent
Amongst large-winged birds, carried a long distance from all lands and resting upon the waves from the fatigue of their flight, I saw some magnificent
albatrosses, uttering discordant cries like the braying of an ass, and birds belonging to the family of the long-wings.
The rooms had been fitted up in strict accordance with Oriental ideas; the floors were covered with the richest carpets Turkey could produce; the walls hung with brocaded silk of the most magnificent
designs and texture; while around each chamber luxurious divans were placed, with piles of soft and yielding cushions, that needed only to be arranged at the pleasure or convenience of such as sought repose.
The want shall never be felt because, free of the trammels of the tide, easy of access, magnificent
and desolate, they are already there, prepared to take and keep the biggest ships that float upon the sea.