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  • Within the stadhuis is another of the beautiful justice halls which

    A Wanderer in Holland

  • THE golden cock on the top of the stadhuis gleamed; his beak was open like a pair of scissors, and a narrow piece of blue sky was wedged in it.

    The Paper Windmill

  • "Coquerico!" crowed the golden cock on the top of the stadhuis.

    The Paper Windmill

  • Certainly no little town is so good to approach -- with the friendliness of its red roofs before one all the way, the unearthly hugeness of its church and the magic of its stadhuis tower against the blue.

    A Wanderer in Holland

  • Middelburg, and whose truculent lineaments have so often frowned at us from the walls of picture gallery and stadhuis throughout the country -- almost without exception from the hand of Ferdinand Bol, or a copyist.

    A Wanderer in Holland

  • In addition to the stadhuis museum, which is dedicated to the history of Middelburg and Zeeland, the town has also a municipal museum, too largely given over to shells and stuffed birds, but containing also such human relics as the wheel on which Admiral de Ruyter as a boy helped his father to make rope, and also the first microscope and the first telescope, both the work of Zacharias Jansen, a Zeeland mathematician.

    A Wanderer in Holland

  • Among the beautiful buildings which our cannon balls destroyed was the ancient stadhuis.

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  • For one possession alone, among many, the stadhuis must be visited -- its halls of justice, veritable paradises of old oak, with a very wonderful fireplace.

    A Wanderer in Holland

  • Nieuwe Kerk's many bells are rippling a silver tune over the old roofs and gables; who has drunk his beer full opposite the stadhuis at Leyden, and seen Haarlem's huge church across magnificent miles of gaudy tulips, and watched from a brown-sailed boat on the Zuider

    A Wanderer in Holland

  • The stadhuis has also treasures of tapestry and Spanish leather, and a museum containing a very fine collection of antiquities, including one of the famous wooden petticoats of

    A Wanderer in Holland

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