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  • by Ralph Waldo Emerson Written in Naples 1774999Poems — Written in NaplesRalph Waldo Emerson WRITTEN IN NAPLES We are what we are made; each following
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  • International Encyclopædia Neapolis (Naples) 2070209The New International Encyclopædia — Neapolis (Naples) NEAP′OLIS. The ancient name of Naples (q.v.).
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  • Naples (city) 85360The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Naples (city) Naples (nā' p'lz), until 1860 the capital of the kingdom of Naples,
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  • Stanzas: Written in Dejection, Near Naples by Percy Bysshe Shelley 10219Stanzas: Written in Dejection, Near NaplesPercy Bysshe Shelley The sun is
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  • Student's Reference Work (1914) Naples (kingdom) 85365The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Naples (kingdom) Naples, a former kingdom in southern
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  • Louis, kings of Naples 19408211911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 17 — Louis, kings of Naples LOUIS, the name of three kings of Naples, members of
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  • of Naples by John Greenleaf Whittier 35769The Prisoners of NaplesJohn Greenleaf Whittier I HAVE been thinking of the victims bound In Naples, dying
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  • rome 165 a rapid diorama— to naples 233 naples 237 pompeii—herculaneum 243 pæstum 247 vesuvius 248 return to naples 255 monte cassino 261 florence
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  • diplomat and linguist, who served in China and later taught Chinese studies in Naples. Pekinese Rhymes, Chinese Folklore, Pei-t'ang Press, 1896 (transcription
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  • (1913), Volume 2 Auxilius of Naples by Johann Peter Kirsch 95496Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 2 Auxilius of NaplesJohann Peter Kirsch The
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  • (King of Naples) 20572151911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 5 — Charles II. (King of Naples) CHARLES II. (1250–1309), king of Naples and Sicily
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  • Rome, and Naples 985128Folk-Lore. Volume 20 — Number 1 (March, 1909). Collectanea: Amulets from Costers' Barrows in London, Rome, and Naples Amulets
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  • at Naples, and made his classical and sacred studies in the order's schools. As professor of theology in the Dominican college of St. Dominic (Naples),
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  • Station at Naples By Charles Lincoln Edwards 1579427Popular Science Monthly Volume 77 September 1910 — The Zoological Station at Naples By Charles
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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 10 Naples by Umberto Benigni 104370Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 10 NaplesUmberto Benigni The capital of
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  • (King of Naples) 20572101911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 5 — Charles I. (King of Naples) CHARLES I. (1226–1285), king of Naples and Sicily
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  • Grove Naples by Catherine Mary Phillimore 1742390A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Naples1900 NAPLES. The first school of music at Naples was
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  • Earthquake in Naples—Great Loss of Life.  (1851)  by Edward Joy Morris 417102Earthquake in Naples—Great Loss of Life.Edward Joy Morris1851 The National
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  • 1807; d. in Naples, 9 Sept., 1896. He first studied at the seminary of Caiazzo, then took up mathematics and the natural sciences in Naples, getting his
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  • Joseph Shahan Name of several Italian cardinals. FRANCESCO, b. 1665 at Naples, of the family of the Dukes of Atri. He filled various offices under Innocent
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