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" I will be no man's tributary! I am greater than any prince upon earth. Your Emperor may be a great prince ; I do not doubt it when I see that he has sent his subjects so far across the waters; and I am willing to hold him as a brother. As for the Pope... "
Columbian Historical Novels - Page 287
by John Roy Musick - 1895
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 81

1847
...brow grew darker, as he replied, " I will be no man's tributary ! I am greater than any prince upon earth. Your emperor may be a great prince ; I do not...subjects so far across the waters ; and I am willing to hold him as a brother. As for the Pope of whom you speak, he must be crazy to talk of giving away countries...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, Volume 2

Half hours - 1847
...brow grew darker as he replied, " I will be no man's tributary ! I am greater than any prince upon earth. Your emperor may be a great prince ; I do not...subjects so far across the waters ; and I am willing to hold him as a brother. As for the Pope of whom you speak, he must be crazy to talk of giving away countries...
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History of the Conquest of Peru: With a Preliminary View of the Civilization ...

William Hickling Prescott - 1847 - 469 pages
...dark brow grew darker as he replied, "I will be no man's tributary! I am greater than any prince upon earth. Your emperor may be a great prince ; I do not...he has sent his subjects so far across the waters ; andl am willing to hold him as a brother. As for the Pope of whom you speak, he must be crazy to...
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The United States Magazine and Democratic Review

1847
...change his religion. " I will be no man's tributary," snid he, " I nm grenter than any prince upon earth. Your emperor may be a great prince ; I do not...see that he has sent his subjects so far across the water ! and I am willing to hold him as a brother. As for the Pope, of whom you speak, he must be crazy...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1847
...brow grew darker as he replied, ' I will be no man's tributary ! I am greater than any prince upon earth. Your emperor may be a great prince ; I do not doubt it, when I see that be has sent his subjects so far across the waters ; and I am willing to hold him as a brother. As for...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 22; Volume 86

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1847
...brow grew darker as he replied, ' I will be no man's tributary ! I am greater than any prince upon earth. Your emperor may be a great prince ; I do not doubt it, when I see that be has sent his subjects so far across the waters ; and I am willing to hold him as a brother. As for...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, Volume 2

Half hours - 1856
...brow grew darker as he replied, " I will be no man's tributary ! I am greater than any prince upon earth. Your emperor may be a great prince ; I do not doubt it when I see that he hafi sent his subjects so far across the waters ; and I am willing to hold him as a brother. As for...
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Materials for Translating from English Into German

Adolph Heimann - 1859
...no man's tributary! I am greater than any prince upon earth. Your emperor may be a great prince; 1 do not doubt it when I see that he has sent his subjects so far across the waters; and I am willing to hold him as a brother. He then demanded of Valverde, by what authority he had said these things. The...
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Cortes and Pizarro: Stories of the Conquests of Mexico and Peru, with a ...

William Dalton - 1862 - 499 pages
...brow and ilushing eye, replied, — "I will be no man's tributary. I am greater than any prince upon earth. Your emperor may be a great prince; I do not...subjects so far across the waters, and I am willing to hold him as a brother. As for the pope of whom yon speak, he must be crazy to talk of giving away countries...
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Fifty celebrated men: their lives and trials [&c.].

Fifty celebrated men - 1862 - 311 pages
...dark brow grow darker. " I will be no man's tributary," he said ; " I am greater than any prince upon earth. Your emperor may be a great prince ; I do not doubt it, when 1 see that he has sent his subjects so far across the waters ; and I am willing to hold him as a brother....
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