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  • Nonnunquam (saith Tritemius) in sua latibula montium simpliciores homines ducant, stupenda mirantibus ostentes miracula, nolarum sonitus, spectacula, &c.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Quare cum glacies hæc Historica nec sit elementaris, vt ex præsenti loco Frisij optimè sequi iam toties monuimus: nec spiritualis, nec infernalis, quod vtrúmque breuibus, solidis tamen rationibns demonstrauimus: nec coelestis materiæ, quod opinari religio vetat: relinquitur omnino, vt secnndum eosdem Historicos nulla sit, quam tamen illi tàm cum stupenda admiratione prædicant,

    A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas

  • Quare cum glacies h鎐 Historica nec sit elementaris, vt ex pr鎠enti loco Frisij optim� sequi iam toties monuimus: nec spiritualis, nec infernalis, quod vtr鷐que breuibus, solidis tamen rationibns demonstrauimus: nec coelestis materi�, quod opinari religio vetat: relinquitur omnino, vt secnndum eosdem Historicos nulla sit, quam tamen illi t鄊 cum stupenda admiratione pr鎑icant,

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Hinc nauigando per multas et diuersas Insulas, qui in singulas intrare, et moram trahere voluerit, stupenda multa videbit, et poterit venire in Insulam Tracoide.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Res mira ac nimium stupenda tunc accidit; dicto [uicto MSS.] namque cicius tempestas illa seua cessauit ac transitum eis tranquillum administrauit.

    The Latin & Irish Lives of Ciaran Translations Of Christian Literature. Series V. Lives Of The Celtic Saints

  • Passing the Rue de la Huchette, the odour wafted from those splendid roasting-spits which turned incessantly, tickled his olfactory nerves, and he cast a lustful eye into the Cyclopean kitchen which once extorted from the Franciscan monk, Calatigiron, the pathetic exclamation: “Veramente, queste rotisserie sono cosa stupenda!

    IV. Fate. Book VII

  • Vasari described how Titian painted, ottimamente con un braccio sopra un gran pezzo d 'artiglieria, the Duke Alfonso, and how he portrayed, too, the Signora Laura, who afterwards became the wife of the duke, che e opera stupenda.

    The Earlier Work of Titian

  • The angel goes on to foretell the building of "una stupenda, ne più veduta Città;" but the fable is hardly ingenious enough to deserve farther relation.

    Stones of Venice [introductions]

  • "Cosa stupenda!" exclaimed Jackeymo, opening his eyes, and letting fall the watering-pot.

    My Novel — Complete

  • Frisij optimè sequi iam toties monuimus: nec spiritualis, nec infernalis, quod vtrúmque breuibus, solidis tamen rationibns demonstrauimus: nec coelestis materiæ, quod opinari religio vetat: relinquitur omnino, vt secnndum eosdem Historicos nulla sit, quam tamen illi tàm cum stupenda admiratione prædicant, & nos videri ac tangi putamus.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation — Volume 01

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